UIC Alaska

Logistician Master

Logistics & Transportation
Location : Location
Minimum Clearance Required
Travel Requirement


Bowhead seeks a Logistician Master to support the NIWC LANT PMES (Program Manager Equipment Support) contract located in Quantico, VA. The Logistician Master will Provide continuous logistics support to the logistics leads by developing or updating logistics acquisition documentation, and sharing knowledge of DON, USMC and MARCORSYSCOM Acquisition Logistics of various ACAT programs and information necessary to support the Government’s assessment activities. Documents are identified and include, but not limited to, Lifecycle Sustainment Plans, Independent Logistics Assessments, Fielding Plans, Item Unique Identification (IUID) Implementation Plans, Corrosion Control and Implementation Plans, Facilities Impact Reports (FIR), Stock-List 3 (SL-3), Technical Manuals, supply and equipment instructions, fielding plans, and disposal plans.



  • Provide input and logistics support by applying knowledge of the 12 Integrated Product Support Elements of Logistics into the support activities. Independent Logistics Assessments (ILAs) are in accordance with SECNAVINST 4105.1C Independent Logistics Assessment and Certification Requirements and Logistics Combat Element Systems (LCES) guidance to conduct ILAs. This includes an abbreviated Logistics Assessment (LA) conducted for programs, Supply Chain management implementation, the MARCORSYSCOM Birth Record Guidebook, sparing levels, reorder points, Just in Time (JIT) process, and Total Quality Management (TQM) in order to support the Government when new and existing variants for programs are received.
  • Provide continuous logistics support to the logistics leads in the development of program readiness assessments by analyzing supply and maintenance readiness for PM IS-managed equipment, evaluating historical data, identifying readiness issues and recommending possible corrective actions or changes to reduce logistics-related total ownership cost or improve material readiness. Activities may include, but not limited to, assessments of documentation such as limited Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) plans, Material Readiness Reports, limited Depot Source of Repair (DSOR) recommendation letters, Maintenance Task Analyses (MTA), Tracking Exchange of equipment, Marine Control Audit, and Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) products.
  • Provide continuous support to Logistics Lead in the development, review, and updating of Technical Manuals as required by the Government.
  • Review and monitor the program Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action System (FRACAS). Additionally, the contractor shall analyze and deliver FRACAS data in the form of a FRACAS Report quarterly.
  • Provide continuous training support to the logistics leads in the development, maintenance, and support of training such as New Equipment Training associated with the fielding and sustainment of a solution. Documentation includes Program of Instruction (POI), lesson plans, student handouts, and additional curriculum for New Equipment Training in the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) format. Packages include New Equipment Training Plans, Lesson Plans, Instructor Guides, and Student Outlines and require a thorough understanding of SAT, curriculum development, Job and Task analysis, and the development of training aids (Computer based training, interactive training, Quick reference cards, and Smart Guide development) to support Program systems and enable the Government to deliver operator and maintainer training instructions as part of New Equipment Training (NET) to Marine Forces.
  • Provide logistics support to Property Custodians (PC) and Responsible Individuals (RI) in order to assist with the inventory and reconciliation of Custodian Assets Reports (CAR) and Consolidated Memorandum of Record (CMR). Activities may include consolidating data, physical assessment of components, coordinating onsite visits where inventory assessment occurs, or analyzing deltas that arose between events.


  • Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
  • Ten (10+) years with Master’s or fourteen (14+) years with Bachelor’s degree of experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes.
  • Experience shall include at least six (6+) years of support withC4ISR or similar systems, to include: Analyzing Contracts, Analyzing System Design Specifications, Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.
  • Experience supervising Logistics Specialists. Experience may be achieved simultaneously.
  • Individual shall have Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics Advanced/Level 3; demonstrate/specify equivalent life cycle logistics training; or possess an additional three (3) year (i.e., total 13 years minimum experience with Master’s or 17 years with Bachelor’s degree) working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.
  • Intermediate to advanced level skills in Microsoft Office software suite - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees and outside contacts.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and good judgment with the ability to work alone or as part of a team.


Physical Demands:
• Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds
• Must be able to stand and walk for prolonged amounts of time
• Must be able to twist, bend, and squat periodically


SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIRED: Must be able to maintain a security clearance at the Secret level. US Citizenship is a requirement for admission to this location. 




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