Acquisition Logistics Analyst, Senior
From both a personnel and systems perspective, the US Navy is growing fast. As an Acquisition Logistics Manager, you use your functional expertise to provide our Navy clients with big picture strategic ideas rooted in technical and data-driven solutions that will help to propel them into the future and ensure military and maritime dominance.
You will lead a team to analyze the development and implementation of modernization and logistics plans that affect the production, distribution, and inventory of finished products to enhance product flow and improve Fleet use while delivering end-to-end integrated warfighting capabilities.
You will juggle multiple projects and timelines and connect with clients around the world to work collaboratively to improve communication and workflow. You thrive on autonomy and are eager to continue your seasoned management approach across the acquisition, program management, and logistics spectrum.
-10+ years of experience with acquisition logistics
-4+ years of experience with Product Support Manager functions, including acquisition support, supply support and outfitting, maintenance and readiness support, life cycle solutions, Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Program Management and Analysis, Human Systems Integration (HSI) Analysis, or Training
-AA or AS degree
Nice If You Have:
-Experience with a DoD logistics as Active duty and NAVSEA Program Office support staff
-Experience with program management of major ACAT programs
-Experience with the PPBE cycle
-Experience with the Navy Modernization Process (NMP)
-BA or BS degree preferred; MBA or MS degree in an analytical field a plus
-PMP or DAWIA Level II or III Certification or equivalent
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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