Acquisition Logistics Support, Senior in Beavercreek, OH at DCS

Date Posted: 5/20/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Candidate shall assist in developing and documenting recommended logistics inputs for PWSs, Request for Proposals (RFPs) and Contract Data Reporting Lists (CDRL) for assigned programs.

Essential Job Functions:

Collect and analyze data to provide advice and recommend solutions; provide technical expertise, recommendations, and advisory assistance to the Government in the day-to-day management of the 12 product support/integrated logistics support (ILS) elements: Sustaining/Systems Engineering; Design Interface; Supply Support; Maintenance Planning and Management; Support Equipment/Automatic Test Systems; Facilities; Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation; Technical Data Management/ Technical Orders; Manpower and Personnel; Training; Computer Resources; and Protection of Critical Program Information (CPI) and Anti-Tamper Provisions.

The Contractor shall draft documentation support by identifying product support concerns, risks, and issues; providing recommended courses of action, routinely reviewing and monitoring all product support elements; and performing analyses to ensure program supportability.

Provide acquisition logistics support by preparing for and participating in program reviews, meetings and/or working groups, as requested by the Government. The Contractor shall provide assistance by gathering and compiling information to support briefings/working group meetings, preparing briefing charts, assisting in finalizing meeting minutes, and tracking action item resolution.

Provide assistance by preparing and coordinating correspondence and reports.

Provide acquisition logistics support by assisting in the preparation of budget estimates and evaluation of cost, schedules, performance, and program risks.

Assist the Government by providing advisory support for the evaluation of change proposals, draft directives, military specifications and standards for logistics program impacts resulting from each proposed change.

Provide advisory assistance to the Government for assembling Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)/Supplier CPARS inputs. The Contractor shall provide advisory assistance and draft documentation support for efforts to include, but not limited to, briefings, letters, and planning/coordination support for meetings.

Provide advisory assistance and draft documentation support by conducting research and performing analysis necessary to assist in determining the ability of hardware/software designs to meet rotary wing system reliability, maintainability, availability, deploy ability, sustainability, survivability, standardization and interoperability requirements.

Assist with monitoring the operation and maintenance of the fielded rotary wing system and assessing if it meets reliability, maintainability, and availability metrics.

Assist in monitoring all maintenance planning activities related to field support.

Assist in monitoring OEM/Supplier Interim Contractor Support (ICS) planning for the weapon system until it becomes organically or contractor supported.

Provide advisory assistance by performing warranty technical and management support.

Provide advisory assistance and draft documentation support by monitoring/tracking supply support requirements and providing recommendations designed to ensure the required supplies to establish an organic rotary wing capability are properly procured, stock listed and available to meet reliability, availability, maintainability, supportability, and deploy ability requirements.

Provide advisory assistance by ensuring Item Unique Identification (IUID) requirements are included in all applicable acquisition documentation.

Provide advisory assistance and draft documentation support in the development of the maintenance concept and requirements for the life-cycle for all levels of maintenance.

Provide advisory assistance and draft documentation supporting the preparation of plans necessary to activate bases receiving new rotary wing aircraft and equipment.

Provide recommendations and advisory assistance to the Government in the Depot Maintenance Activation Planning (DMAP) process, source of repair analysis decisions, and depot maintenance inter-servicing decisions.

Review and assess the Support Equipment/Automatic Test Systems (SE/ATS) programs, and make recommendations to the Government to ensure proper SE/ATS is available by the established need date. Additionally, the Contractor shall review, evaluate, process, and track Support Equipment Recommendation Data (SERDs).

Assess rotary wing facility requirements to provide recommendations to ensure adequacy to operate and support the system, subsystem, or end- items.

Assist in evaluating the packaging, handling, storage, and transportation requirements and provide recommendations to ensure proper processes and procedures are implemented.

Provide assistance for the acquisition and sustainment of rotary wing technical data required based on the product support strategy. This includes data rights, data management strategy, engineering data, drawings and associated documents, specifications, and scientific or technical information necessary to operate and/or maintain the weapon system.

Provide assistance by reviewing manpower and personnel planning/requirements to ensure they include adequate resources to operate and support the weapon system over its planned life cycle.

Review and assess the rotary wing training and training equipment/system program, plans and schedules and make recommendations regarding potential improvements, issues, and risks.

Provide assistance by assessing and recommending the facilities, hardware, software, documentation, manpower and personnel needed to operate and support computer systems (stand-alone and embedded systems).

Assist the Government in ensuring adequate planning is in place to protect sensitive information identified in the Program Protection Plan (PPP) during operations and sustainment.

Provide strategic advice, technical guidance, expertise and support telecoms and meetings in the development of the acquisition strategy and RFP for OEMs, as well as Milestone C documentation.

Review and analyze guidance to determine key milestones and deliverables required to comply with current acquisition regulations and law.

Assist in identifying and developing program documentation to include but not be limited to the Life Cycle Sustainment Plan, Facility Requirements Plan, and Material Fielding Plan. The results of analysis of statutory and regulatory guidance will drive the documentation required.

Provide strategic advice, technical guidance, detailed analysis, support and assistance with the development of OEM RFPs and affiliated documents and briefings.

Will demonstrate advanced knowledge of their technical/professional discipline as well as possess a comprehensive understanding and ability to apply associated standards, procedures and practices in their area of expertise. (Program Office, Enterprise and Staff Level Support interface).

Required Skills:

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

A High School Diploma plus twenty three years of experience, an Associate's Degree plus seventeen years, a Bachelor's Degree plus fifteen years or a Master's Degree plus twelve years of experience is required.

An active Secret security clearance is required.

At least five years of experience in the DoD.

Possesses the advanced knowledge, experience and recognized ability to be considered an expert in their technical/professional field, possess the ability to perform tasks and oversee the efforts of junior and journeyman personnel within the technical/professional discipline.