Provide logistics management and lifecycle planning expertise to government customers in support of acquisition of major automated information systems
Provide leadership to and contribute to management of a large and diverse team in support of acquisition of major automated information systems
Provide support to the preparation and evaluation of technical documents, papers, studies, analysis, and briefings in support of acquisition of major automated information systems
Prepare and execute detailed logistics and lifecycle support planning analyses of program management office and logistics activities in support of the acquisition of major automated information systems
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in lifecycle support planning and management of DoD automated information systems.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with Marine Corps Systems Command, Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), Chief of Naval Operations (OpNav), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) policy and documentation related to lifecycle management of military acquisition programs
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with the requirements of the Department of Defense 5000 series
Demonstrated skills in developing business related presentations, both orally and in writing
Demonstrated ability to work as part of a large and diverse team
BS or BA degree in a Business, Management, or relevant discipline from an accredited college/university
An AS or AA degree from an accredited college and an additional 4 years of experience or an additional 8years of experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree
11 years of experience in defense acquisition logistics and product support management; with a minimum of 2 years of experience working with business systems programs associated with automated information systems acquisition
Security Clearance: All personnel must have an active Secretsecurity clearance.