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Logistics Analyst - Hanover, MD

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Job Title: Logistics Analyst
Location: Hanover, MD

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The Senior Logistics Engineer applies a working knowledge of logistics engineering fundamentals in a managed team environment. This role requires interactions with managers, engineering staff, support staff in all departments as well as customers.

It is required to be familiar with and have some experience with the DoD acquisition logistics procedures and documentation requirements, including FMECA, RM&A, DMSMS, spares determination, system training, and technical manual development.



§  May coordinate the efforts of technicians, designers, technical writers, and other engineers on assigned projects.

§  Complete difficult logistics engineering tasks that may include a variety of complex dimensions and requirements.

§  May review progress and evaluate results of work accomplished by self and other team members.

§  Conduct research, including reading source material, and meeting with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) as needed.

§  Prepare reports and present results to Project Managers and Integrated Logistics Support Manager (ILSM).

§  Demonstrate sound technical judgement, independent evaluation, and ingenuity.

§  Conduct routine analyses/tests and complete required documentation.

§  Develop objectives, schedules, and estimates for assignments and prepare reports on the results.

§  Support the Systems Engineering Program in accordance with customer/project requirements, including the performance of hazard analyses and FMEAs.

§  Provide Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) services to commercial and military programs.

§  Interface with engineers and vendors to obtain drawings/specifications/data to allow development of a support concept through analysis such as; trade studies, configuration breakdown, logistics support resources, and provisioning data.

§  Ability to meet schedule, cost, and technical performance requirements of complex, customer design/build systems.

§  Interact with customer, and their representatives to define and manage expectations.

§  Evaluate Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and vendor capability to provide required product or services.

§  Document analyses as required by program (i.e. contract deliverable requirements, on-line logistics databases, etc.)

§  Some travel may be required. 



§  Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or technical discipline. Significant experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.

§  3-5 years of practical experience in logistics engineering.

§  Experience with the development of:

o    Integrated Logistics Support Plans (ILSPs)

o    Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analyses (FMECA)

o    ILS Management Plans

o    System Training Plans

o    Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) analyses.

o    Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS)

§  Ability to work independently and in a small team environment.

§  Able to apply a working knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of related engineering fields.

§  Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to successfully interact with all levels of the company and subcontractor organizations.

§  Ability to interpret engineering drawings and data.

§  Demonstrated, successful performance in Logistics discipline.

§  Must be proficient in MS Office applications and Database management.

§  Working knowledge of government and commercial contract requirements.

§  Working knowledge of Government publication standards.


§  Experience with large-scale commercial and/or military systems.

§  Ability to obtain security clearance.

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Hanover, MD
United States of America

Legal/Compliance/Finance / Legal

Job Type:
Temp Position
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Posted Date:11/2/2018



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Job Title: Logistics Analyst

Location: Hanover, MD

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 345594

Posted Date: 11/2/2018

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