FMS F/A-18 Propulsions Logistics Analyst
This position provides Logistics and program support to Naval Air Systems Command's Program Office (PMA-265). Performs and coordinates detailed analysis of the F/A-18 engine systems (F404/F414). This is a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) multi-cases for Kuwait in supporting the Deputy Assistant Program Manager for Logistics (DAPML) for Propulsion and Power. Provide effective logistics support in all logistics elements supporting the delivery of new aircraft engines to include but not limited to acquisition planning, supply support, support/test equipment.
Supports customer logistics requirements through the analysis, organization, planning and administration of various phases of day-to-day provisioning, spares, maintenance and/or repair activities.
The successful candidate will develop schedules in MS Excel and/or MS Project and monitor milestones for established and new logistical requirements and identify problem areas. Must have effective communication skills to liaison with logistic element manages and NAVAIR competencies.
Will be required to analyze standard contractual documents and technical data. Review customer usage data, customer maintenance practices, customer operation characteristics, and related reports for assigned contracts. Also, will assist to determine spares provisioning or maintenance/repair requirements and research for new repair vendors.
Tracks action items, analyzes issues and recommends actions to resolve and supports team administrative processes. Reviews/prepares acquisition documentation to ensure effective and efficient support for services, products, equipment, and/or systems specific to F/A-18 engines, upgrades and associated systems and be an effective writer.
Participates in special projects as required.
Must have a BA/BS degree and at least six (6) years of experience in operation logistics support/maintenance engineering, or Demonstrated Master Logistician DML) plus three (3) years of recent experience in acquisition logistics/maintenance engineering. Three (3) years of experience in technical analysis of operational ILS requirements.
Three (3) years of specific experience in operational logistics planning. Experience or education demonstrating ability to perform ILS studies, analysis, and evaluations in support of DoD weapons systems/equipment. Allowable Substitution; An additional five (5) years of acquisition or operational logistics management experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree.
Should have a strong organizational and multi-tasking ability to manage daily program demands. Candidate should have knowledge of the USN Jet Engine Test Instrumentation System (JETI) engine test and associated facilities. Able to be forward thinking and provide proactive solutions.
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