Acquisition Logistician (ISR Sensors) in Dayton, OH at DCS

Date Posted: 3/26/2021

Job Snapshot

Job Description

In this role you will provide full-spectrum ACQUISITION LOGISTICS SUPPORT to the ISR SENSORS PROGRAM OFFICE within the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.

This position will include both telework and government-site work requirements.

This position requires a Top-Secret security clearance with SCI Eligibility.

Essential Job Functions:

Develop and apply an understanding of assigned ISR Sensors systems, and the associated documentation for analysis and assessment of the quality of the system contractor’s plans and work products in the areas of logistics and sustainment processes, issues, STE, common tools, PSE, CSE, TOs, special facilities requirements, and software products.

Participate in case reviews, Program Management Reviews (PMRs), technical interchange meetings, design reviews, test readiness reviews, configuration review boards, technical working groups, configuration audits, product acceptance reviews, reliability and maintainability working groups, interoperability working groups, logistics/sustainment reviews, and other working level meetings.

Assist in logistics support of the program, subsystem, and/or line item (i.e. initial spares/support equipment requirements, provisions, spares ordering, modifications, technical data, TOs, repairs, and facilities infrastructure logistics support).

Assist in continually evaluating changes proposed for mitigating impacts of DMS impacting the program. Track and monitor spares and support equipment and items returned for repair, as well as identifying solutions to correct support deficiencies.

Assist in writing and developing contract SOW documents and CDRLs designed to support the country specific international Global Hawk weapon systems FMS case.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Bachelor degree is preferred, along with a minimum of 12 years of experience in the respective technical/professional discipline being performed, 5 of which must be in the DoD. Alternative levels of experience.

An adjudicated DoD Top-Secret level security clearance with SCI Eligibility (DCID 6/4) on the First Day of employment.