CBAIA is seeking a Logistics Analyst to provide ILS support on Mine Warfare Systems to PEO Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Systems in Washington, DC.
Provide the client logistics staff with comprehensive Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) program management support for acquisition and in-service mine countermeasure combat systems; with emphasis on the acquisition of logistics support plans and products, which provide for the sustainment of Navy systems from fleet introduction throughout their useful life.
Attend, or conduct, program office meetings and teleconferences as a representative of client's logistics staff to provide information regarding ILS concerns, gather information from original equipment manufacturer (OEM), in-service engineering agent (ISEA), ILS, etc. in order to adjust system planning appropriately.
Review Engineering Change Proposals for logistic impacts, identify issues/concerns, and provide solutions.
BA or BS degree in a related field.
Must have a minimum of (4) years of acquisition and program management support in a DoD program office.
Knowledge of logistics related documents such as the Logistics Requirements Funding Summary (LRFS), Life Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP), Single Acquisition Management Plan, Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) charts, maintenance plan, item unique identification plans etc. ability to write, review, and edit these types of documents.
Familiarity with the twelve product support elements and their logistics support plans, for example, Navy training system plans (NTSP), provisioning, and supply chain products.
Experience with aviation maintenance and training (Navy/Marine Corps rotary wing preferred). In support of fielded systems, a background with Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS), Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA), or Decision Knowledge Programming for Logistics Analysis and Technical Evaluation (DECKPLATE) desired.
Ideal candidate will be proactive and a self-starter.
Proficient with Microsoft Office applications, Windows software, including Word processing, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and database applications.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a government Secret Clearance.