Westfield Network Program
Ready to join a dedicated team of experts supporting a program which provides a broad range of enterprise network services? We’re connecting cleared professionals to challenging opportunities and we want your expertise as a part of our future.
Logistics Manager for a complex, multi-year, mission critical DoD communications infrastructure upgrade. Defines, plans, analyzes, and coordinates logistics support activities related to procurement and maintenance of hardware, systems, and components. Reviews and evaluates logistics plans and technical evaluations. Reviews, evaluates, and modifies program acquisition documentation. Interfaces with customer and other designated government agencies. Attends program reviews, technical meetings, Integrated Product Team meetings and briefings as required.
Implements Integrated Property and Logistics Systems (IPLS) functions for assigned projects to include: Research, analyses of customer and statutory requirements, preparing required documentation, and ensuring quality control. Drafts various logistics type documentation, e.g., Integrated Support Plan (ISP), Integrated Logistic Support Plan (ILSP), Materiel Fielding Plan (MFP), etc. Identifies, analyzes, and reports logistics budget data. Analyzes and assesses technical documentation, e.g., manuals, drawings, specifications and source controls. Develops and implements standard procedures to ensure testing, documentation, updates, quality control, and configuration management requirements are considered in the development of the equipment system. Provides IPLS input to the technical proposal preparation process and ensures necessary safeguards for proprietary data. Confers with user/customer to resolve logistics problems. Must be familiar with the principles of purchasing, handling, control and transportation of material and other property. Works independently. Develops, upgrades and improves systems for tracking and reporting material, material handling procedures and scheduling. Directs and supervises subcontractor analysts or logisticians. Must have knowledge and experience with Department of Defense (DOD) plans, policies, standards, and methods aimed at the acquisition, test, certification and implementation support of software, hardware, network, network security and computer resources. Must be capable of assessing recommendations, developing solutions and driving the team to resolution of logistics challenges on the program. Some travel may be required.
Required Skills, Experience, and Education: Candidate must have 16 years of experience that can be a combination of work history and education. This equates to a Doctorate and 8 years of experience OR Masters and 10 years, Bachelors and 12 years, Associates and 14 years, or HS and 16 years. Twelve (12) years of experience working as a Logistician. Experience shall include: property accounting processes to include the associated forms. Shall possess knowledge of automated inventory control systems. Professional experience shall include ordering, processing, shipping, receiving, packaging, material handling, property accountability and discharge of excess property. Shall have experience processing paperwork related to Government Bill of Lading, such as the DD1149.
Required Clearance: Active TSSCI with Polygraph.
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