Must be a U.S. Citizen
Clearance Required: SECRET
BS or BA degree in Acquisition, Logistics Management, Business, or Management.
An additional five (5) years of acquisition or operational logistics management experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree.
At least ten (10) years’ experience in acquisition related to in-service support of DoD weapons systems performing any of the following: LORA, Maintenance Planning, Logistics Support/Supportability Analysis, Operational Availability analysis, or resource requirements analysis. Life Cycle Costing experience desired. Four (4) years’ experience supervising and directing in the performance of comprehensive analyses across the spectrum of ILS elements, during a job assignment in an Acquisition Command or supporting an acquisition command.
- Provides guidance and supervision for logistics analysts supporting aircraft, weapon systems, training, or SE programs Conducts logistics, supportability, reliability, maintainability, and operational analyses and provides recommendations for tailoring, optimizing, and establishing logistics element requirements in support of aircraft, weapon systems, training, or SE programs.
- Provides recommendations for changes to site support including maintenance planning, phased support, manpower and personnel requirements, initial provisioning and material support, support equipment, training and training devices, technical data packaging, handling, storage and transportation, and facilities.
- Provides recommendations for the development of Life Cycle Cost (LCC) and TOC Management Plans.
- Provides recommendations for the review and development of Maintenance Plans/Logistics Support Analysis (MP/LSA) records, maintenance tasks and Level of Repair Analysis recommendations.