Logistics Management Specialist

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  • Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
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Opens: June 5, 2024
Closes: June 20, 2024
The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) is currently seeking a full-time Logistics Management Specialists  009771341M to work for the Secure Storage Division (NDW), Air Delivered Capabilities Directorate (AD), Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, NM.

These positions are NH-0346-03, which have a typical 2024 salary range of $87,878 - $135,851(with locality).

The primary purpose of these positions is to develop plans, processes, preparations, and activities to ensure logistics and sustainment needs are met for nuclear surety stakeholders. As a key member of this incredible but small team, you will directly collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders across the DoD, DOE, and industry to ensure program success and supportability of new, existing and emerging security and surety capabilities that are vital U.S. nuclear weapons deployed in the field around the world. You will plan, coordinate and evaluate logistical actions in support of the Division’s mission. You will be supporting the activities of DoD funded and DoD/DOE jointly funded acquisition efforts to provide the U.S. and NATO allies with highly-capable and robust systems to protect America’s nuclear arsenal overseas.
Candidates should have an advanced understanding of the cradle-to-grave life cycle logistics support required to support nuclear systems or subsystems, demonstrated experience in communicating and working effectively with multiple levels within DoD from installation to Major Command (MAJCOM).
  • Effectively plan, manage, monitor and coordinate cradle-to-grave life cycle logistics support for assigned nuclear surety and security systems and subsystems using Life Cycle Logistics (LCL) expertise.
  • Lead activities either directly executing or supporting DoD acquisition/sustainment efforts, to include DSOR/SORA processes, and orchestrating program integration activities across multiple government agencies.
  • Effectively plan, manage, monitor and coordinate support for assigned nuclear systems and subsystems with focus on nuclear surety, warfighter requirements and cost efficiencies.
  • Develop and coordinate effective Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) plans, Life Cycle Support Plans (LCSP), roadmaps and milestones concerning logistics and related economic impacts.
  • This position provides logistics management and logistical support to multi-functional teams. The candidate is expected to perform independently, responding to frequent short deadlines, to ensure program logistics issues are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Interactions with internal and external officials and/or customers are usually diplomatic, convincing, professional, and promote effective working relationships.
  • Effectively communicate with personnel from the Departments of Energy and Defense, Air Force Air Staff, MAJCOM Staff, AFNWC Staff/Wings/Divisions, field level users and their respective support agencies as well as NATO host nation operational units.
  • Effectively provide briefings and keep program participants informed on program plans.
  • Ensure participation and outcomes of special projects result in positive impact(s) on the organization and/or improves quality.
  • Prepares reports on time, neat and high quality for Air Force senior leaders. Include recommendations, meaningful program information, written summaries and results from synthesized data and/or metric analysis.
  • U.S. Citizenship
  • Employee must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance of Top Secret or Top Secret with SCI depending on the position.  A current TS is preferred. This is a drug testing designated position. The incumbent is subject to pre‐employment drug testing as a condition of employment, and participation in random drug testing.
  • A professional degree at the bachelor’s level from an accredited institution is desired. An advanced degree preferred.
  • Expert knowledge of system life cycle concepts, theories and principles of ILS planning, development, design and execution sufficient to coordinate and integrate functions into a total, well-structured and viable sustainment program.
  • Experience in a DoD system program office or sustainment center highly desired.
  • Familiarity with laws, policies, regulations and precedents applicable to ILS planning.
  • Ability to interpret logistics and related policies and apply them in acquisition and sustainment processes through authoring, coordinating and executing program plans and processes.
  • The candidate must possess experience with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
When applying at the link below, please use Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. Click the apply button to complete an application and upload resume (PDF or Word Doc) and/or additional documents (Transcripts, certifications, Vet Docs (DD214), SF-50).
Apply at  https://afcs.experience.crmforce.mil/s/registration?jobId=a0583000000HeucAAC by June 20, 2022.  Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and / or Relocation Incentives may be offered.
Visit the AFNWC webpage to see the current vacancies at https://www.afnwc.af.mil/About-Us/Jobs/
If you have questions about this position or about the application process, please contact Arlene Pando AFNWC Recruitment Specialist, at arlene.pando@us.af.mil
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