MCR, LLC Acquisition Logistician Support Sr in Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio

Acquisition Logistician Support Sr

ID: 3300

Location: Wright-Patterson AFB, OH



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Accomplish logistics support tasks to support the day-to-day Foreign Military Sales (FMS) operations within the Simulator Division of the Agile Combat Support (ACS) Directorate including logistics support for the FMS procurement, modification and sustainment of simulators training solutions, and all associated support.

Assist with planning, managing, and coordination of life-cycle logistics support for a major weapon system or subsystem, identify conflicting objectives and priorities, analyze deficiencies, and provide recommendations to management to assist with schedule risk assessments.

Complete Logistics Health Assessments, Management Internal Control Toolset checklists and and write Life Cycle Sustainment Plans.

Provide support with the FMS Letter of Offer and Acceptance, (LOA) International Traffic and Arms (ITAR) process, Transportation Plan development and the Defense Transportation System process.

Review programming documents and assess the impact of external actions and conflicting priorities to determine impact on the program’s development, production, and integrated logistics support.

Utilize theories and principles of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) planning, development, and execution to coordinate and integrate functions into a total, well structured, and viable program.

Identify and correlate specific requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and services needed to support the program:

a. Develop and analyze data to determine logistics objectives and goals;

b. Identify support requirements (including funding, contract development, and other technical support requirements); and

c. Establish relationships between participants involved in deploying the plan.

d. Develop logistics support and maintainability programs or plans, and systems acquisition requirements analysis.

Develop, modify, prepare or validate documentation in relation to automated logistics or maintenance data reporting systems, and management information systems.

Monitor functional and organization compliance with milestones and performance criteria.

Coordinate and integrate tasks needed for execution from different functional organizations.

Evaluate the status and effectiveness of program support in all functional areas to ensure support plans and time-phased schedules are followed.

Identify conflicting objectives and priorities, analyze deficiencies, and advise the Government of actions needed to ensure projects are kept on course and recommend policy and regulatory changes, and program enhancements.

Gather facts and develop conclusions and recommendations relative to any matter having a significant impact on solutions to problems requiring command attention, because of criticality or involvement with high-level policy.

Review program documents and assess the impact of external actions and conflicting priorities to determine impact on development, production, and integrated logistics support to ensure programs are within established plan parameters.

Exercise technical leadership `to obtain agreement on required actions, schedules, and resolution of conflicting points of view.


Minimum of 10 years of experience (specifically related to the subject matter) and a Master’s degree or a minimum of 18 years of experience and a Bachelor’s degree.

Knowledgeable in all phases of the FMS acquisition program management life cycle requirements.

Understanding of the Air Force’s 12 Product Support Elements (Product Support Manager’s Guidebook).

Working knowledge of logistics policy and guidance, logistics and maintainability programs, and understanding of contractual processes, procedures, and technical requirements.

Understanding of theories and principles of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) planning, development, and execution.

Understanding of budgetary or financial analysis and control and lifecycle cost analysis and control.

Understanding of Automated Information System (AIS) hardware and software standardization and compatibility; Product Support; Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Cost (RAM-C); program test and evaluation; planning and execution; and, Product Support/RAM-C analysis and assessments in supportability planning.

Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Project, and PowerPoint) and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

US Citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance (Secret). Must have an active Secret clearance.


FMS experience preferred.


MCR, LLC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.