CLOSED - Mid-Level Logistics Specialist
Provide logistics management support to PMW 750/760 resulting in the successful accomplishment of mission requirements.
Provide logistics management support for ILS efforts resulting in the successful accomplishment of mission requirements. This requirement involves supporting Assistant Program Managers for Logistics (APM-Ls) to resolve issues for fielded ILS products and deliverables.
Examples of support functions include the following: Track fielded ILS products and GFE to ensure products are delivered in accordance with C4I product providers' POA&Ms and Fielded Checklists. Review installation schedules in the designated government system. Serve as a liaison with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. system commands, system centers, fleet customers, PEOs, etc.) to resolve ILS issues that may impact Surface Ships.
Provide guidance related to ILS for the Government. Conduct quality assurance such as reviewing and validating ILS Checklists (submitted by C4I system providers) before distributing them to stakeholders outside of PMW 750/760.
Coordinate ILS management functions for the Government. Provide comments, questions, and recommendations in ILS meetings such as Logistics Readiness Reviews (LRRs), ILS Management Team (ILSMT) meetings, Program Reviews, and ILS Government Lead teleconferences.
Prepare, update, and maintain logistics documentation such as Life Cycle Support Plans (LCSPs), User Logistics Support Summaries (ULSSs), and ILS certification packages, Logistics Requirements Funding Summaries (LRFSs), and other briefs and reports.
Prepare, update, and review SOPs/lessons learned.
Provide comments, questions, and recommendations related to ILS for topics such as supply support, maintenance, training, and ILS certifications.
Manage the logistics database on Government approved systems such as Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System (JETDAS), Interactive Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS), SPAWAR Acquisition Integrated Logistics Online Repository (SAILOR), and Naval System Data Support Activity/Technical Data Management Information System (NSDSA/TDMIS).
Prepare, update, and maintain logistics documentation such as Program Support Documents (PSD) using designated tools such as the Provisioning Automated Reporting and Tracking System (PARTS) online database.
Provide logistics management support for training efforts resulting in the successful accomplishment of mission requirements. Examples of support functions include Provide guidance related to training for the Government, coordinate training management functions for the Government to provide training solutions, provide comments, questions, and recommendations related to training in meetings.
Prepare, update, and maintain training documentation such as Navy Training Systems Plans (NTSPs), Training Planning Process Methodologies (TRPPMs), Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) analyses and plans, Front End Analyses (FEAs), Training Situational Requirements Analyses (TSRAs), and other briefs and reports.
Prepare and maintain training documentation using the Government’s designated system (e.g. Human Analysis and Requirements Planning System (HARPS)).
Prepare, update, and maintain training documentation such as Navy Training Systems Plans (NTSPs), Training Planning Process Methodologies (TRPPMs), manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT) analyses and plans, Front End Analyses (FEAs), Training Situational Requirements Analyses (TSRAs), and other briefs and reports.
Coordinate with stakeholders such as C4I builds & baselines manager(s) to identify capability builds and their respective equipment product line variants/versions.
Collaborate with stakeholder organizations such as PEO/PMW C4I PORs, NAVWAR 4.3.4, and APEO-L/Deputy APEO-L to focus training strategies on effective overarching C4I capability “builds/ streams” (i.e., Networks & Applications, Tactical Data Links (TDLs), Transport/ Communications and ISR) in addition to or instead of existing stand-alone system training.
Identify requirements and resources such as funding, manpower, material, facilities, equipment, virtualization, and services to support training requirements.
Ensure the training curriculum quality and the “Ready for Training date” are in accordance with schedules.
Coordinate propose capability-based training solutions with stakeholders such as product and integration PMWs, PEO C4I, and NAVWAR 4.0/ 4.3.4 for concurrence and authorization.
Conduct activities such as performing analyses to support the advocacy of proposed end to end C4I Training solutions and Resource Officer POM submissions.
Experience with Navy contracting procedures and regulations.
Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills, including using computers proficiently to effectively communicate complex procurement regulations, contract strategy, processes, and procedures
Experience with preparing briefings and reports appropriate for senior government executives.