Acquisition Logistics SME
Location: Picatinny Arsenal, NJ
-SECRET security clearance REQUIRED
-A minimum of 5 years' of experience in the US Army logistics process as it relates to individual weapon systems.
-Knowledge of Army Regulations (eg, AR 700-127) and the documentation requirements for DoD Milestones, Type Classification, and Materiel Release (AR 700-142) is required.
-Familiarization with Class V Ammunition of all types, bombs, explosives, mines, fuses, detonators, pyrotechnics, missiles, rockets, propellants, and associated items and Class VII Major end items such as launchers, tanks, mobile machine shops, some parachute systems and vehicles supplies.
-Extensive military background is desired to understand the logistics implications at both the Soldier and Unit level.
-Extensive acquisition logistics, experience working the twelve (12) Integrated Product Support (IPS) elements is required to in order to understand and perform Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) tasks required during the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) and Production and Deployment (P&D) phases.
-Effective written and verbal communication
-Provided in support of research and development, production and fielding of small calibre ammunition, weapon systems, and accessories.
-Provide technical program acquisition related recommendations and direct oversight pertaining to projects in support of the Project Manager related accessory and support equipment programs throughout their life cycle.
-Support the Test IPT in development of test plans as well as presentation/reporting of test activities and data.
-Provide support in all acquisition logistics activities including preparation of program documents as required for pre-Milestone \"C\" Decisions (ie, Life Cycle Sustainment Plans, ILS certifications, UID Plan, BOIP, Type Classification, Fielding DPAS & LMP, Disposal Plan, First Rate Production [FRP] etc.), acquisition requirement plans (ARP)s, support equipment and tools specific to small arms, Logistics Task Analysis, technical manual development as well as validation and verification of the same, small arms requirements on packaging, handling, storage, and transportation, and development of small arms new equipment training.
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