Oasis Systems

Logistics Specialist

US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
1 week ago
Requisition Number
2017-6618
Category
Logistics

Overview

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Provide logistics support to the Battle Control System (BCS) Program, which is within the Battle Management Directorate (AFLCMC/HB) at Hanscom AFB, MA

 

 

 

Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of sustainment support experience
  • Experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs desired
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in an IPT environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office suite
  • Must have an active US security clearance

Responsibilities

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in the implementation of robust logistics and sustainment support processes to address the lifecycle requirements of the BCS program.
  • Provide Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) services that include drafting and reviewing logistics documentation to include ILS Plans (ILSPs), RFPs, SOWs, PWSs, Technical Requirements Documents (TRDs), CDRLs, SEPs, LCMPs, Technical Manuals (TMs), Technical Orders, FCA/PCA documents, and Depot Source of Repair (DSOR).
  • Provide analyses of the development /sustainment contractor’s ILS program, data deliveries, pre-award surveys, design reviews, and support-related testing.
  • Document, evaluate, and review the development/sustainment system’s life cycle cost analyses and repair level analyses.
  • Developing logistics instructions for operational organizations regarding field implementations of system logistics concepts .
  • Coordinate procurement of logistics deliverables (e.g., spares, support equipment, an.d training support).
  • Integrate system upgrade documentation into logistics information repositories
  • Support provisioning, inventory and asset management, inventory and asset accountability, and site surveys.

 

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