CBAIA is seeking an Equipment Specialist to provide C4IT Systems support on US Coast Guard programs.
Provide review of engineering data, job aids, technical guides/documents, desk guides, standardized configuration drawings and illustrated parts break-downs prior to field implementation to ensure consistent high-quality product delivery.
Provide technical editing of documents as well as identifying and preparing illustrations/images.
Review and analyze configuration and supply data to identify and correct discrepancies as well as assist in stock control and management.
Participate in supportability analysis to include Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and Level of Repair Analysis (LORA).
Provide Quality Assurance (QA) review of maintenance and supply plans; identifies and corrects deficiencies in required logistic support elements necessary to maintain supported systems.
Assists Inventory Managers (IMs) as required; including parts management and allowancing analysis and support.
Monitor diminishing sources of supply and provides recommendations to the PL/CT managers.
Develop procurement packages, conduct adequate market research, and complete Purchase Descriptions (PD) and Repair Descriptions (RD) as required.
Inspect frustrated material and assist with resolving material receipt discrepancies.
Assist and provide recommendations regarding review of excess material/supply.
Must have a High School Diploma.
Must have 5 years of hands-on experience in Fleet Logistics System (FLS), tracking property items in Oracle Fixed Assets Management (FAM).
Experience of equipment and its characteristics and properties.
Must collect, analyze, interpret, and provide specialized information about equipment together with related advice to those who design, test, produce, procure, supply, operate, repair, or dispose of equipment.
Identify and recommend practical solutions to engineering design and manufacturing defects and recommend use of substitute testing or support equipment when equipment requested is unavailable.
Develop, install, inspect, or revise equipment maintenance programs and techniques.