Support Equipment Logistics Analyst in Lexington Park, MD at DCS

Date Posted: 5/15/2020

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Job Description

DCS is currently seeking an experienced logistics analyst to manage Support Equipment (SE) at a programmatic level.

Essential Job Functions:

Review End Articles for verification/validation.

Assisting the Weapon System Manager interfacing with aircraft program offices on SE matters such as:

Assisting Deputy Asst. Program Managers for Logistics develop, review or update SE requirements in Maintenance Plans or Sustainability Analyses.

Supporting the Change Control Board by reviewing Engineering Change Proposals for SE applicability.

Operating the Support Equipment Management Systems (SEMS) to include the Support Equipment Resource Management Information System (SERMIS) and Automated Support Equipment Recommendation Data (AutoSERD) programs.

Processing Source Data Revision Recommendations (SODARR).

Maintaining or updating Support Equipment Recommendation Data (SERD) documentation for accepted support equipment.

Managing Configuration List Codes for End Articles.

Reviewing and validating SERMIS data for managed avionics systems.

Screening SE declared as excess for re-use, cannibalization or disposal.

Reviewing SE in long-term storage, validating need for continued or initiating disposal.

Proactively collect/receive system data and analyze, evaluate, manage and update SE requirements.

Validating Government Furnished Aeronautical Equipment inquiries from NAVSUP.

Interfacing with Support Equipment Controlling Authorities on:

Disposition of SE.

Validation of fleet SE requirements.

Inventory management.

SERD development or changes.

SODARR implementation.

Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) Site planning.

Assisting development of Aircraft Procurement Navy (APN-7) Budget requirements procuring replacement SE.

Researching APN-7 action items, developing responses, and maintaining minutes.

Assisting generation of the annually updated Support Equipment Master Plan (SEMP) for inclusion into the NAVAIR SEMP.

Receiving and assisting with Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Report Program submissions.

Assisting root cause analysis or other investigation of SE discrepancies.
Responding to fleet user inquiries regarding SE.

Required Skills:

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

A High School Diploma plus sixteen years of experience, an Associate's degree plus ten years or a Bachelor's degree plus eight years of experience is required.

Must have an active secret clearance.

At least eight years of experience in life-cycle logistics under the Defense Acquisition System is required

Candidate should also have experience working with the SERMIS database.

Desired Skills:

Working towards Professional Logistics Certification preferred.