Robins Air Force Base, Georgia

Overview

Oasis Systems has an exciting opportunity for Logistics Manager, Senior located at Robins AFB in Warner Robins, GA.

 

LOCATION: Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA

JOB STATUS: Full-time

TRAVEL: As required, see below

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Certifications, Experience, Skills)

 

SECURITY CLEARANCE: Must possess current active DoD Secret Clearance

 

EDUCATION: Advanced Degree (MA/MS) and ten years of experience in the respective technical/ professional discipline being performed with proper certifications as described in the Labor Category performance requirements.

 

OR, BA/BS degree, and 12 years of experience in the respective technical/professional discipline being performed with proper certifications as described in the Labor Category performance requirements.

 

OR, 15 years of directly related experience with proper certifications as described in the Labor Category performance requirements.

 

CERTIFICATIONS: N/A

 

EXPERIENCE LEVEL:

A Senior labor category possesses the advanced knowledge, experience and recognized ability to be considered an expert in their technical/professional field, possesses the ability to perform tasks, and oversee the efforts of junior and journeyman personnel within the technical/professional discipline. Shall demonstrate advanced knowledge of their technical/professional discipline as well as possess a comprehensive understanding and ability to apply associated standards, procedures and practices in their area of expertise. A Senior skill level typically works on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently.

 

 OTHER QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS: 

  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access), Microsoft Internet Explorer, and other standard (Customer specified) applications.)
  • Must be able to transport self to various facility sites, as required. If using own motor vehicle, must possess a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • May require lifting to 25 pounds.
  • Requires visual acuity to use a keyboard.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

All areas of responsibility listed below are essential to the satisfactory performance of this position, with reasonable accommodation, if necessary. Work responsibilities may vary, depending upon assignment. Work located on Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, GA.

 

 

Office Automation Tool Proficiency

The Contractor shall independently demonstrate proficiency in the use of Microsoft (MS) Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint and Skype/Lync) and applications for access to the world wide web including MS Internet Explorer. The Contractor may be required to learn to use other commercial or specialized computer applications as specified in this PWS.

 

Presentation

The Contractor appearance and presentation shall be professional at all times.

 

Self-Assessment Checklists

The Contractor shall be the working level point of contact and shall work independently on reviewing and updating self-assessment checklists by utilizing the Management Inspection Control Tool (MICT).

 

Records Management

The Contractor shall handle all official records IAW AFI 33-322, AFI 33-364, and AFMAN 33-363.

 

Logistics Support Requirements

Logistics Operations

  • The Contractor shall provide product support to the PM and Product Support Manager (PSM) for the execution of the PSM’s duties as the Total Life Cycle Systems Manager. In addition, the Contractor shall assist in planning, organizing, and managing critical aspects of the development, production, and/or deployment of capabilities utilizing DoD, US Air Force, and local logistics policies, procedures, and functionalities, and financial data requirements of acquisition logistics disciplines.

Document Preparation

  • The Contractor shall assist in reviewing and making recommendations on revisions of all Integrated Logistics Support Plans (ILSPs), CDRLs, inputs to Program Management Plans (PMPs), replies to Initial Capability Document (ICD)/Capability Development Document (CDD)/Capability Production Document (CPD), Statements of Work (SOWs), and other evaluation criteria/reports.

Meeting Support

  • The Contractor shall provide support for program reviews, conferences, and other functions. The Contractor shall provide status and decision information on assigned programs and projects.

Requirements Support

  • The Contractor shall assist in: developing integrated support requirements for system and equipment design; developing support requirements that are related to readiness objectives and design; conducting specialized analyses on total life cycle cost, logistics supportability, and warranty; and providing technical assistance and consultant expertise.

Total Life Cycle Supportability

  • The Contractor shall assist in performing tasks related to the total life cycle supportability from concept definition and technical demonstration through disposal. These tasks include assisting in the full range of logistics actions required to analyze problems, defining alternative solutions, providing recommended courses of action, and providing written reports.

Studies and Analysis

  • The Contractor shall assist in performing logistic studies, resource requirements analyses (manpower, spares, cost, etc.), readiness assessments, cost analyses (including trade studies), total life cycle supportability, and comparative logistics/cost trade-offs of specific problems or areas of emphasis.

Life Cycle Logistics Management (LCLM)

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing LCLM analyses. The Contractor shall assist in writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to accomplish LCLM.

Product Support Strategy

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to develop a product support strategy that builds around the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)/Product Support and sustainment elements and integrates the acquisition and sustainment phases of the weapon system throughout its life cycle, based on statutes and DoD-directed concepts such as evolutionary acquisition with a spiral development, Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) and Public Private Partnering. The Contractor shall provide support in planning, formulating, editing, developing and publishing finished products, e.g., program documentation, plans, directives, reports, briefings, correspondences and other presentations (technical and non-technical) in the media and format requested.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
    • recommending program strategy, to include logistics impacts and incorporating PBL and public private partnering tenets where feasible
    • monitoring performance goals, parameters, and exit criteria
    • developing, advising, and assessing the performance of work done at the depot or Contractor locations and partnering agreements
    • assisting in the review of logistics support elements and other logistics related efforts
    • identifying and monitoring Mission Partner support and field assessment requirements.

Supportability Analysis (SA)

  • The Contractor shall assist in the performance of any related tasks that provide the capability to evaluate support alternatives, perform trade-off analyses between support concepts and between support, design, and operational concepts.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • developing pre and post award documentation for Total Life Cycle Logistics (TLCL) support
  • identifying supportability requirements for support equipment and training devices
  • evaluating SA studies/plans and recommending changes, improvements, or follow-on efforts
  • evaluating the structure and data quality of the logistics support data base,
  • accessing and consolidating engineering and logistics data necessary to identify the detailed logistics support requirements
  • monitoring SA progress

Logistics Management Information (LMI)

  • The Contractor shall assist in evaluating deliverable data products and summaries.

Life Cycle Cost Management (LCCM) Design-to-Cost (DTC)

  • The Contractor shall assist in performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to perform all processes, procedures, and techniques necessary to develop an LCCM and/or DTC program, perform operating and support cost analyses, and/or develop a probable cost estimate.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • evaluating LCCM and DTC plans, trade studies, and proposals
  • assisting in the assessment of impacts from proposed modifications on LCC
  • performing studies (cost benefit analysis, business case analysis, trade studies, logistics supportability studies, cost of operational effectiveness analysis, level of repair analysis, organic versus Contractor cost assessment, annual estimate.)
  • evaluating and validating analyses methodologies or models

Instructional Systems Development

  • The Contractor shall utilize the Instructional Systems Development method to develop training programs for subject areas.
  • The Contractor shall conduct specific training courses on ILS/Product Support, sustainment, and warrant-related subjects.

 

ILS/Product Support and Sustainment Elements

Integration of Maintenance Planning (MP)

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to conduct the orderly arrangement of all maintenance support, including support equipment, to keep systems and equipment ready to perform assigned missions. This includes all levels of maintenance and implementation of those levels using partnering, organic, and Contractor support.
  • The Contractor shall assist in defining the process of evolving and establishing maintenance/support concepts, plans, and requirements to be performed during the total life cycle of the system or equipment. The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
    • performing reliability centered maintenance program analyses, level of repair analyses, aircraft battle damage repair, and other maintenance trade studies
    • recommending required maintenance capability for all levels of repair to include calibration concepts, requirements, and plans
    • tracking and monitoring weapon system modifications
    • performing source of repair assignment process and assisting in inter-service screening
    • aiding in the identification of requirements for interim contractor support, contractor logistics support, and post production support
    • developing maintenance activation planning and processes
    • ensuring provisions are made for survivability, corrosion control, nondestructive inspection, structural integrity, built-in test and performance monitoring, and hazardous materials in addressing environmental logistics impacts
    • identifying, quantifying, and assessing the ILS/Product Support and sustainment elements.

Integration of Manpower and Personnel (M&P)

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to identify military and civilian personnel requirements with the skills and grades needed to operate and support a weapon system and equipment over its lifetime at peacetime and wartime rates.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • performing suitable analyses such as mission area, comparability, human factors data, workload, manpower and personnel, occupational structure, and task and skill
  • developing operator and logistics support manpower requirements
  • identifying, quantifying, and assessing the ILS/Product Support and sustainment elements
  • accessing the modeling database and performing specified analyses

Supply Support

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to accomplish all actions, procedures, and techniques necessary to determine requirements to acquire, catalog, receive, store, transfer, issue, and dispose of secondary items.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • identifying spares required for pre/post-operational support phase, including test and evaluation
  • developing a provisioning strategy and computing initial, deployment and replenishment requirements
  • tracking and monitoring repair of spares (production management)
  • determining interim Contractor support and breakout requirements
  • incorporating Contractor Supported Weapon System tenets to include financial and support trade-off efforts that affect system readiness and cost
  • determining source of supply by assessing alternative supply strategies such as diminishing manufacturing sources
  • reviewing provisioning technical documentation for Long Lead Time Items (LLTI) and spares Acquisition Integrated with Production (SAIP)
  • recommending release of provisioned items orders
  • arranging and supporting provisioning conferences
  • reviewing and recommending current/future parts unique identification requirements
  • tracking and monitoring delivered spare or repair parts and developing Readiness Spares Package (RSP) date; and
  • assisting in the identification, quantification, and assessment of the ILS/product support and sustainment elements

Support Equipment (SE)

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to accomplish all actions necessary to ensure all mobile or fixed equipment required to support the operation and maintenance of a weapon system is provided in a timely manner to the correct location at an affordable life cycle cost.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • identifying, recommending, and tracking delivery of SE
  • arranging and supporting SE conferences
  • identifying requirements for SE, i.e., software, data rights, computer resources, technical data, support equipment, etc. to include test and evaluation
  • reviewing SE recommendations data
  • identifying breakout candidates for separate acquisition; and
  • identifying, quantifying, and assessing the ILS/Product Support and sustainment elements

Technical Data Management (TDM)

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to acquire in a timely, efficient, cost-affordable manner the recorded information needed to translate system and equipment design requirements into discrete engineering and logistics considerations.
  • The Contractor shall assist in supporting an integrated data system that captures and controls the technical baseline, provides data correlation and traceability, facilitates technology insertion for affordability improvements during post-production support, supports configuration procedures and serves as reference for planning the system engineering effort, including technical data drawings, technical and commercial operating and repair manuals, and specifications.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • preparing an engineering data management plan, technical order verification plans, and technical order management plans
  • identifying engineering data requirements and data rights claims
  • arranging and supporting engineering data/technical order guidance conferences and in-process reviews
  • reviewing, tracking, and monitoring verification and delivery of engineering/technical data for manuals
  • arranging for printing and distribution of technical orders and updates
  • identifying and reviewing deficiencies and engineering change proposals in accordance with the weapons system contract
  • tracking and monitoring technical compliance technical orders

Training and Training Support (TTS)

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to manage and integrate the processes, procedures, techniques, and equipment used to train military and civilian personnel to operate and maintain a weapon system throughout the system’s total life cycle.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • integrating task and skill analyses information to define/develop training system requirements
  • defining requirements and prepare training development plan to define all training requirements
  • defining alternative training requirements to include follow-on crew and support personnel training

Computer Resources Support (CRS)

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to ensure the facilities, hardware, software, and personnel needed to operate and support mission-critical systems are acquired in a timely, effective, and cost-affordable manner.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • preparing the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence Support Plan in accordance with DoD and Air Force guidance
  • reviewing, tracking, and evaluating computer software development reports, schedules, and other documentation for TLCL

Facilities Support

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to ensure that all required facilities are available to operating forces and supporting activities so that the base, depot, weapon system, and the means for their employment are able to operate as an “integrated system.”
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • assisting in conducting site surveys to determine requirements for pre-operational and post operational facilities
  • assisting in the preparation of facility requirements plans
  • supporting base and depot site activation task force meetings

Packaging, Handling, Storage & Transportation (PHS&T)

  • The Contractor shall assist in analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to ensure that all requirements, procedures, processes, resources, design considerations and methods necessary to ensure systems, equipment, and support items are preserved, packaged, handled, stored, and transported properly.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • identifying support requirements to include identification of hazardous materials, conventional munitions, and classified materials
  • assisting in the review and development of transportability reports, packaging management plans, transportation data reports, and traffic management plans
  • assisting in the review and evaluation of data processed through the container design retrieval system
  • assisting in the tracking of total asset visibility requirements
  • assisting in the performance of budget calls for second destination transportation funding
  • assisting in coordination with other DoD agencies to ensure documentation and clearance requirements are complete

Design Interface

  • The Contractor shall assist in accomplishing analyses, writing reports, recommending actions, or performing any related tasks that provide logisticians the capability to relate logistics design parameters to systems readiness resources requirements and support cost. These logistics-related design parameters include reliability and maintainability, human factors, system safety, survivability and vulnerability, hazardous material management, standardization and interoperability, energy management, corrosion, nondestructive inspection, and transportability.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • identifying and establishing system-sustaining engineering processes
  • identifying and establishing logistics-related design parameters
  • reviewing configuration item specifications
  • identifying, quantifying, and assessing ILS/product support and sustainment elements

ILS/Product Support Studies

  • The Contractor shall assist in conducting studies into various warranty-related subjects as determined by the USG.
  • The Contractor shall provide support in the following areas:
  • assisting in the selection and application of cost-effective warranties to individual acquisitions
  • assisting in the execution of end-to-end warranty analyses and implementation
  • assisting in the preparation of warranty plans
  • assisting in the tracking and monitoring of warranties in accordance with the weapon system contract

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Travel

  • May be required to travel using commercial air, USG air, and other conventional modes of transportation to Outside Continental United States and Continental United States (OCONUS and CONUS) locations in support of program meetings, reviews, audits and other activities held at Government and Contractor facilities.
  • Shall travel unaccompanied and unsupervised.
  • All travel (including plans, agenda, itinerary, and dates) require prior approval by the EPASS CO for OCONUS travel or COR for CONUS travel.
  • CONUS travel requests shall be submitted no later than ten business days prior to travel.
  • Shall notify the EPASS CO or COR of the costs of air travel and receive prior written approval when the use of other than least costly air travel is required to complete a Government-directed task.
  • Shall submit a Trip Report upon return from travel. The trip report shall be submitted within 5 business days of return from earliest date of travel. At a minimum the trip report shall include: name of employee; date(s) of trip; site visited; trip purpose; relevant observations during trip.
  • Check for additional OCONUS Travel Requirements for FAR clauses 52.228-3 and 52.228-4 that apply to OCONUS travel.

Office Work Environment

  • Work is performed indoors with some potential risks to safety and health hazards related to electronics.

 

 

Who We Are

Oasis Systems is a premier provider of customer-driven, cost-effective and quality Engineering Services; Enterprise Systems and Applications; Human Factors Engineering; Information Technology and Cyber Security; Professional Services; and Specialized Engineering Solutions to the Department of Defense, FAA, NRC and other federal agencies.

 

We strive to be an exciting and welcoming company that attracts, develops, motivates and retains the most talented, skilled and dedicated people in the industry; where they are encouraged to achieve personal excellence, purpose, and their full potential and career aspirations; while supporting mission-critical national security technologies and programs.

 

Oasis Systems is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of any legally protected characteristic including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, medical condition, military veteran status or on the basis of physical handicap which, with reasonable accommodation, render the application to satisfactorily perform the job available.

 

Robins Air Force Base, Georgia

Oasis is a fast growing provider of Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS). We are strategically positioned to support Federal Government Agencies across the USA. Oasis provides a wide array of capabilities to our customers, including but not limited to: Acquisition Program Management Systems Engineering Information Assurance / Cyber Security Network Operations and Systems Management Software Development and Management Test and Evaluation Software Engineering Logistics Our growth is a result of competing, winning and executing programs as a prime contractor with a passionate commitment to customer success. We perform over 90% of our business as a Prime Contractor with an experienced management team, DCAA approved financial systems, and the highest possible ratings from Dun & Bradstreet. Oasis has a proven unparalleled track record of transition, management and performance capabilities.

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