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Sumaria Systems, Inc. Senior FMS Logistics Manager in Fairborn, Ohio

Senior FMS Logistics Manager

Department: Advisory and Assistance Services Division

Office: WPAFB

Location: Fairborn, OH

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Sumaria has an opening for a Senior FMS Logistics Manager supporting the Medium Altitude UAS Division (MQ-9 Reaper). This position:

Desired skills:

  • Provide life cycle sustainment logistics support for FMS (LG) in sustaining/systems engineering, design interface, supply support, SE/automatic test equipment and PHS&T. The Contractor shall be able to travel up to seven days per month.

  • Provide FMS product support as described below in execution of its acquisition management support mission.

  • Assist in producing and reviewing products for PO use that include business case analyses, trade-off studies, estimates for PO acquisition and logistics requirements, written requirements documents for planned acquisitions, and acquisition strategies and plans.

  • Assist in identifying requirements that will support the acquisition of new Prime Mission Equipment (PME) and SE and supportability improvements to existing systems PME and SE. The Contractor shall assist in tracking the status of these new requirements and recommended improvements shall be tracked from the point at which they are first identified to the point where the capability is fielded at customer sites.

  • Assist in managing the acquisition, modification, transportation, and support of existing PME and SE processes. In addition, the Contractor shall provide administrative support for meetings as required.

  • Accomplish PME and SE studies and analyses when new PME or SE requirements have been identified or when changes to existing support concepts are anticipated. These analyses shall include recommendations to enable the Government to make informed PME and SE support decisions.

  • Provide support in reference to the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), transportation plan development and Defense Transportation System support.

  • Shall be familiar with systems and procedures for moving supplies to FMS customers through Government and commercial means.

  • Verify eligibility and proper documentation, packaging and marking of the products that will be shipped to the FMS customers.

  • Assist in the coordination of resources (financial, management, procurement, engineering, and logistics) and the consolidation of their inputs into common documents; assist in planning for the accomplishment of various program milestones.

  • Assist in producing and reviewing products that include the following: logistical planning documents, acquisition strategies and plans, evaluations of Contractor proposals, assessments of supportability, recommendations for improvement of support plans, deployment plans for delivery of systems to sites worldwide, integrated logistics support plans, technical orders, technical manuals, electronic technical manuals, illustrated parts breakdowns, Computer Program Identification Number, freight forwarding, and work specifications to ensure the documentation meets Government logistics support requirements.

  • Assist with the AFSAC Directorate/Parts and Repair Ordering System, USAF supply system, warranty and the Supply Discrepancy Report and Quality Deficiency Report processes. This also includes participation at PMR, supportability assistance reviews and other meetings as required.

  • Provide life cycle sustainment support in maintenance planning, technical data management/TO (depot, DSOR/SORA data rights), and design interface production management support for the MQ-9 and similar systems.

  • Provide life cycle sustainment support for aircraft research, development, production, and lifecycle acquisition and sustainment activities in the areas of technical data management/TOs, maintenance planning, design interface and supply support for MQ-9 and similar programs.

  • Provide advisory and draft documentation support to the Government for efforts relating to the acquisition of new development, production and modification/retrofit activities for the fielding and sustainment of the MQ-9 (or similar) systems.

  • Attend and provide advisory support during meetings with Contractors, suppliers, users and repairers to develop overall equipment support plans.

  • Provide advisory support to the Government in their function relating to efforts to compile, maintain and revise allowance lists, provisioning documents, or other designations of tools, parts and components necessary for the efficient operation and repair of equipment and systems. The Contractor shall make recommendations for Government consideration.

  • Support the review of layouts, engineering and production drawings, specifications and test reports. The Contractor shall identify potential issues and make recommendations for Government consideration.

  • Provide advisory and draft documentation support for the development and review of changes for updated or revised technical manuals, maintenance service letters, technical bulletins and a variety of supplementary documents such as supply catalogs to identify, interchange, substitute, and cannibalize parts and components.

  • Coordinate with program functional groups to ensure technical requirements are captured and included in appropriate documentation. The Contractor shall identify potential issues and make recommendations for Government consideration.

  • Provide advisory and draft documentation support for the analysis and development of contract language, CDRL, SOW and other program documentation.

  • Provide advisory support to the Government in their function of working with engineering personnel to assess system designs. The Contractor shall identify potential impacts to current support plans and reliability/maintainability impacts and make recommendations to the Government for consideration.

  • Provide advisory support for the analysis of equipment requirements. The Contractor shall prepare recommendations for Government consideration relating to potential implementation and risk mitigation strategies.

Desired Education/Experience

Bachelors of Science (BS) degree and 15 years of experience in the respective technical/professional discipline being performed OR . 20 years of experience without a degree. Five years mush be in the DoD.

Travel: Yes

Security Clearance Required: Secret

Position Type: Full Time

Work Location: WPAFB, OH

Top salaries paid for qualified candidates.

For more information on Sumaria Systems, please visit our website at www.sumariasystems.com

Sumaria is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status.

Sumaria Systems, LLC (Sumaria) is a market leader in Professional Services, Engineering, and Information Technology has been a trusted partner to U. S. Department of Defense communities for more than 30 years. Sumaria Systems only provides engineering services to the federal government, and does not provide professional engineering or surveying services to the public within the meaning of Ohio Revised Code Section 4733.16. With expertise to lead, insight to deliver and commitment to succeed; we staff each mission with a carefully selected team of seasoned professionals. Headquartered in Danvers, MA, with operating locations in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah, and Virginia.

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