Submarine Obsolescence Logistics Engineer

Key Role:

Develop and implement logistics plans that may affect the production, distribution, and inventory of finished products to enhance product flow. Assist with the analysis of policies, guidelines, and procedures to ensure quality and cost control. Conduct distribution and network studies, monitor inventory, and analyze requirements to develop strategies to achieve preferred delivery times and order fill rates. Maintain appropriate records and prepare reports. Coordinate logistics activities with internal and external customers. Apply comprehensive knowledge of a particular field of specialization for the completion of complex assignments. Plan, conduct, and supervise assignments under general supervision.

Basic Qualifications:

-5+ years of experience with logistics or engineering in a DoD environment

-3+ years of experience with DMSMS, obsolescence, or submarine electronics

-Experience in working with logistics programs, performing logistics elements, and supporting DoD projects, including performing operational or technical logistics work

-Experience with the analysis, preparation, and presentation of data to leadership

-Secret clearance

-HS diploma or GED

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with DoD acquisition programs and policies

-Experience with maintaining a tracker for production and depot type programs via Microsoft products

-Experience in collaborating and coordinating with a cross-matrix organization to ensure contract deliverables are adequately reviewed from a total logistics support perspective and approved in accordance with contract requirements

-Experience in working with various military services to validate ILS requirements and implement logistics support plans to meet requirements

-Experience with gathering technical information, calculating and analyzing data, and presenting logistics metrics

-Experience with assessing and presenting production issues and challenges and identifying and recommending solutions to leadership

-Experience with evaluating ILS impacts in CM documentation and engineering change proposals

-Ability to comprehend and apply reliability, maintainability, and logistics requirements as documented in USC Title 10, DoDI 5000.02, DoDD 5000.01, and NAVINST 5000.2

-BA or BS degree or 7 years of experience with military logistics

-Logistics or Program Management Certification preferred


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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