ESSENTIAL AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:
All areas of responsibility listed below are essential to the satisfactory performance of this position, with reasonable accommodation, if necessary. Work responsibilities may vary, depending upon assignment. Work located on Robins Air Force Base, GA
· Provide product support to the PM and Product Support Manager (PSM) for the execution of the PSM's duties as the Total Life Cycle Systems Manager. In addition, the Contractor shall assist in planning, organizing, and managing critical aspects of the development, production, and/or deployment of capabilities utilizing DoD, US Air Force, and local logistics policies, procedures, and functionalities, and financial data requirements of acquisition logistics
· Assist in reviewing and making recommendations on revisions of all Integrated Logistics Support Plans (ILSPs), CDRLs, inputs to Program Management Plans (PMPs), replies to Initial Capability Document (ICD)/Capability Development Document (CDD)/Capability Production Document (CPD), Statements of Work (SOWs), and other evaluation criteria/reports.
· Provide support for program reviews, conferences, and other functions.
· Provide status and decision information on assigned programs and projects.
· Assist in: developing integrated support requirements for system and equipment design; developing support requirements that are related to readiness objectives and design; conducting specialized analyses on total life cycle cost, logistics supportability, and warranty; and providing technical assistance and consultant expertise.
Total Life Cycle Supportability
· Assist in performing tasks related to the total life cycle supportability from concept definition and technical demonstration through disposal. These tasks include assisting in the full range of logistics actions required to analyze problems, defining alternative solutions, providing recommended courses of action, and providing written reports.
Studies and Analysis
· Assist in performing logistic studies, resource requirements analyses (manpower, spares, cost, etc.), readiness assessments, cost analyses (including trade studies), total life cycle supportability, and comparative logistics/cost trade-offs of specific problems or areas of emphasis.
Life Cycle Logistics Management (LCLM)
· Assist in accomplishing LCLM analyses. The Contractor shall assist in writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to accomplish LCLM.
Product Support Strategy
· Assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to develop a product support strategy that builds around the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)/Product Support and sustainment elements and integrates the acquisition and sustainment phases of the weapon system throughout its life cycle, based on statutes and DoD-directed concepts such as evolutionary acquisition with a spiral development, Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) and Public Private Partnering.
· Provide support in the following areas:
o recommending program strategy, to include logistics impacts and incorporating PBL and public private partnering tenets where feasible
o monitoring performance goals, parameters, and exit criteria
o developing, advising, and assessing the performance of work done at the depot or Contractor locations and partnering agreements
o assisting in the review of logistics support elements and other logistics related efforts
o identifying and monitoring Mission Partner support and field assessment requirements
Supportability Analysis (SA)
· Assist in the performance of any related tasks that provide the capability to evaluate support alternatives, perform trade-off analyses between support concepts and between support, design, and operational concepts.
· Provide support in the following areas:
o developing pre and post award documentation for Total Life Cycle Logistics (TLCL) support
o identifying supportability requirements for support equipment and training devices
o evaluating SA studies/plans and recommending changes, improvements, or follow-on efforts
o evaluating the structure and data quality of the logistics support data base
o accessing and consolidating engineering and logistics data necessary to identify the detailed logistics support requirements
o monitoring SA progress
Logistics Management Information (LMS)
· Assist in evaluating deliverable data products and summaries
Life Cycle Cost Management (LCCM)
· Assist in performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to perform all processes, procedures, and techniques necessary to develop an LCCM and/or DTC program, perform operating and support cost analyses, and/or develop a probable cost estimate.
· The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
o evaluating LCCM and DTC plans, trade studies, and proposals
o assisting in the assessment of impacts from proposed modifications on LCC
o performing studies (cost benefit analysis, business case analysis, trade studies, logistics supportability studies, cost of operational effectiveness analysis, level of repair analysis, organic versus Contractor cost assessment, annual estimate.)
o evaluating and validating analyses methodologies or models
Instructional Systems Development
· Utilize the Instructional Systems Development method to develop training programs for subject areas.
· Conduct specific training courses on ILS/Product Support, sustainment, and warrant-related subjects.
· Perform various tasks related to the planning, development, implementation and management of a comprehensive, affordable and effective systems support strategy.
· Shall have an understanding of the Air Force's 12 Product Support Elements (see Product Support Manager's Guidebook).
· Provide support with the Transportation Plan development and the Defense Transportation System process.
Life Cycle Management
· Assist with the planning, managing, and coordination of life-cycle logistics support for a major weapon system or subsystem.
· Assist with the planning, managing, and coordinating the total cradle-to-grave life cycle logistics support for assigned systems or subsystems, integrating separate functions of supply, maintenance, procurement, and quality assurance into logistics activities required to sustain the system fielding.
· Assist with monitoring functional and organization compliance with milestones and performance criteria.
· Assist in the coordination and integration of taskings.
· Aid in the continuous evaluation of the status and effectiveness of program support in all functional areas to ensure support plans and time phased schedules.
· Aid in the identification of conflicting objectives and priorities, analyze deficiencies, and provide recommendations to assist with schedule risk assessments.
· Assist with developing conclusions and providing recommendations on any impending issues and/or potential mitigations.
· Review program documents and shall assist in the assessment of the effects of external actions and conflicting priorities to determine their impacts on the program's development, production, and integrated logistics support.
· Assist in obtaining agreement on required actions, schedules, and the resolution of conflicts concerning program and/or policy matters.
Logistics Policy and Guidance
· Shall have a working knowledge of logistics policy and guidance, including Title 10 United States Code Section 2466, Limitations on the Performance of Depot-Level Maintenance of Materiel, as amended by the National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAAs); applicable Air Force Systems.
· Shall have an understanding of the theories and principles of ILS planning, development, and execution sufficient to coordinate and integrate functions into a total, well structured, and viable program.
· Shall have an understanding of system life cycle concepts and design as they apply to system research, development, and acquisition.
· Shall have a working understanding of contractual processes, procedures, and technical requirements.
· Assist in the planning, analyzing, and coordination of a system's, or portion of a major system's, acquisition and transfer into operational use, to include the following tasks:
o assisting in the identification and correlation of specific requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and services needed to support the program
o assisting in the development and analysis of data to determine logistics objectives and goals
o assisting in the identification of support requirements (including funding, contract development, and other technical support requirements)
o assisting in the establishment of relationships between participants involved in deploying the plan
Logistics and Maintainability Support
· Shall have a working knowledge of logistics and maintainability programs to include, but not be limited to, technical evaluation and identification of weapon systems logistics requirements and resources.
· Assist in the development of logistics support and maintainability programs or plans as well as systems acquisition requirements analysis.
· Shall have an understanding of budgetary or financial analysis and control and lifecycle cost analysis and control.
· Shall have an understanding of Automated Information System (AIS) hardware and software standardization and compatibility; Product Support; Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Cost (RAM-C); program test and evaluation; planning and execution; and, Product Support/RAM-C analysis and assessments in supportability planning.
· Assist in the collection, compilation, analysis, investigation, research, and/or application of logistics, maintenance, acquisition or financial data and information.
· Assist in the development, modification, preparation or validation of documentation in relation to automated logistics or maintenance data reporting systems, and management information systems.
Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)
· Assist in the management, monitoring, evaluation, and coordination of ILS implementation.
· Assist in the management and monitoring of acquisition projects throughout their execution.
· Assist in the monitoring of functional and supporting organization compliance with milestones and performance criteria.
· Assist in the coordination and integration of taskings needed for execution from different functional organizations.
· Assist in the continuous evaluation of the status and effectiveness of program support in all functional areas to ensure support plans and time-phased schedules are followed.
· Assist in the identification of conflicting objectives and priorities, analyze deficiencies, and advise the USG of actions needed to ensure projects are kept on course.
· Assist in gathering facts, developing conclusions and providing recommendations for any matter having a significant impact on solutions.
· Establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with co-workers, and customers.
· Follow policies and procedures as described in corporate manuals and directives.
· Attend work each day during scheduled work hours unless on approved travel or time off.
· Perform occasional travel to contractor and customer sites, as required (see WORKING CONDITIONS below).
· Work flexible hours, including occasional overtime.
· Carry out other duties as may be assigned or requested.
· May be required to travel using commercial air, USG air, and other conventional modes of transportation to Outside Continental United States and Continental United States (OCONUS and CONUS) locations in support of program meetings, reviews, audits and other activities held at Government and Contractor facilities.
· Shall travel unaccompanied and unsupervised.
· All travel (including plans, agenda, itinerary, and dates) require prior approval by the EPASS CO for OCONUS travel or COR for CONUS travel.
· CONUS travel requests shall be submitted no later than ten business days prior to travel.
· Shall notify the EPASS CO or COR of the costs of air travel, and receive prior written approval when the use of other than least costly air travel is required to complete a Government-directed task.
· Shall submit a Trip Report upon return from travel. The trip report shall be submitted within 5 business days of return from earliest date of travel. At a minimum the trip report shall include: name of employee; date(s) of trip; site visited; trip purpose; relevant observations during trip.
· Check for additional OCONUS Travel Requirements for FAR clauses 52.228-3 and 52.228-4 that apply to OCONUS travel.
Office Work Environment:
· Work is performed indoors with some potential risks to safety and health hazards related to electronics.
· BA/BS with 3 - 10 years' directly related experience or 12 years' directly related experience to this discipline.
· Must possess an active DoD Secret Clearance
· Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access), Microsoft Internet Explorer, and other standard (Customer specified) applications.)
· Must be able to transport self to various facility sites, as required. If using own motor vehicle, must possess a valid driver's license and proof of insurance.
PESystems, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for Employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, marital status and disability (including physical or mental disability as well as pregnancy) veteran status or any other status protected by Federal State or local law.