Acquisition logistics analyst iii

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Engility is in need of an Acquisition Logistics Analyst III to support our Program Manager Advance Amphibious Assault and Program Manager Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles proposal in Stafford, VA.
The Acquisition Logistics Analyst III performs and directs a variety of technical, operational and analytical tasks in support of customer integrated logistic support requirements. Applies advanced logistics principles and methods to evaluate, plan, analyze and monitor the design, execution, feasibility and efficiency of systems, subsystems and equipment acquisitions. Defines and executes integrated logistics support programs for highly complex systems, subsystems and equipment acquisitions and develops detailed ILS requirements. Develops, delivers, reviews and interprets Logistics planning documents, systems and equipment modifications and ILS managements procedures. Maintains coherence among ILS elements and ensures established management procedures are observed. Establishes ILS requirements, parameters and constraints. Performs logistic impact assessments and prepares ILS input for planning documents, Requests for Proposals and contracts. Develops system upgrades, integration products and associated documentation and reports. Leads major ILS Projects and coordinates with customers, project teams, subcontractors or field service staff to define critical issues, resolve logistics problems, evaluate plans, develop modifications to ensure successful and timely project completion and meet contractual obligations. Functions as group spokesperson on critical ILS programs and participates in long-range planning. Coordinates with senior customer personnel on significant technical matters. Acts a resource for co-workers in resolving complex logistical issues. Plans, schedules and directs the work of less experienced team members and technical support personnel
US Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance
BA/BS and 5 +years or recent relevant experience. Six years relevant experience may be substituted for degree
DAWIA Level I or equivalent certification in Logistics
Proficient in MS Office, MS Project and USMC and DoD Logistics Management tools.
TFMS Super User
Active Secret Security clearance
DAWIA Level II or equivalent certification in Logistics
Current AAAV/MRAP Program experience

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