Logistics Analyst II

Job Locations US-DC-Washington
ID
2022-1439
Type
Regular Full-Time
Opportunity Type
Teaming Partner Opportunity

Overview

BOOST LLC is a dynamic management consulting firm that offers an array of government-compliant back-office solutions to support our teaming partners within the GovCon space. Our consultants are experts in the areas of Accounting, Contracts, Human Resources, Recruiting & Sourcing, and Strategic Pricing and our passion is to guide and propel our partners towards success within this competitive sector.

 

BOOST is helping one of our teaming partners, First Division Consulting, hire a well-qualified Logistics Analyst II to join their team. Our partner is a SBA Certified 8(a), VA Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business and a Small Disadvantaged Business that provides professional technical services, counseling, executive coaching, consulting, facilitation, program management, acquisition, training, continuous process improvement, and logistics services to  a range of Federal government agencies and commercial entities.

 

You will be responsible for providing logistics, operations and sustainment management support services to PMS 408, which includes supporting development of logistics management plans and analyses that address each of the Twelve (12) Logistics Elements. This is a full-time, hybrid role (2-3 days on-site) in the Washington, DC at the Washington Naval Yard (WNY).

Responsibilities

  • Assist in planning, developing, and implementing a phased approach to logistics support
  • Assist the Government in generating and revising logistics plans, analyses, and supporting documentation
  • Provide expertise and support to Government decision makers in the review of logistics policy and procedures
  • Participate in the preparation, analysis and review of acquisition logistics documents, plans and studies (e.g. Acquisition Logistic Support Plans (ALSPs); Life Cycle Supportability Plans (LCSP); Program Life Cycle Cost Estimates (PLCCEs) and associated documents; Configuration Management (CM) Plans; Logistic Management Information (LMI); Equipment Facility Requirements Plans; Operation & Maintenance Manuals; supply support financial planning (Program Support Data); and Performance Based Logistics (PBL)/Business Case Analyses (BCA) studies)
  • Integrate all program logistics decisions and/or milestones into the program master schedule
  • Coordinate with Technical Design Activities (TDAs), hardware vendors, and Program Office logisticians and engineers
  • Assist in preparing for, facilitate and participating as a non-voting member in, significant logistics events including but not limited to ILAs, In-Process Reviews (IPRs) for training curricula and technical manuals, NTSP conferences, Configuration Control Boards (CCBs), Provisioning Conferences, and ILS Management Team (ILSMT) meetings and working groups
  • Coordinate support between the Program Offices and the In-Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs). Recommend measures to improve system performance
  • Provide analyses and administration of parts support, initiation, data input and maintenance of allowance documents, and the Navy Program Support Database (PSD), provide analyses of PSD requirements and input data into the NAVY PSD System
  • Provide logistics resource planning, analyses, assistance, and support to develop and maintain the Logistics Funding Requirements Summary (LFRS)
  • Assist tracking inventories of Sponsor Owned Materials (SOMs) and Government Owned Materials (GOMs) to include cognizant Sponsor/Government entity, type of equipment/material, quantities, storage location, and utilization history
  • Provide direct on-site or temporary team support to fleet or operational activities
  • Organize, facilitate and host program meetings, reviews, and conferences at contractor and government sites while participating as a non-voting member
  • Assist in planning, coordinating and providing analysis to Operations, Maintenance, and Supply (OM&S) and Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Cost (RAM-C) quarterly reports and meetings (i.e. to sending out data calls, collecting and compiling data, coordinating the meetings, developing meeting minutes, and tracking actionable items.)

Qualifications

Education and Experience

  • At least six (6) years of direct support to the United States military or Department of Defense
  • At least Five (5) years of work experience in logistics management
  • Possess the ability to draft, review and adjudicate logistics and acquisition related documentation
  • In-depth knowledge of Navy, NAVSEA and supported command logistical concepts (supply, maintenance, financial systems, policies, procedures, and regulations)

Personal Requirements

  • Strong communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Ability to quickly deliver small projects, and to frequently transition between projects and applications
  • Ability to work independently and within a team setting
  • Proactive and self-motivated

Work Authorization Requirements

  • US Citizenship
  • DoD Secret Eligibility 
  • Ability to work a hybrid schedule in Washington Naval Yard

Preferred Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree (BA/BS) is desired
  • Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Life Cycle Logistics Level II (or equivalent) is desired

Benefits 

  • Medical, dental, vision, life, LTD, STD, holidays, PTO, 401(k) with company match 

 

BOOST is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status

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