Acquisition Logistics Analyst (DAWIA I-III)




AMSG has a continuing requirement for Acquisition Logisticians with knowledge of USMC Programs including but not limited to TFITS, Networking, Satellite, Tactical Communications, or USMC Intelligence Systems.

Current Openings

Location: Quantico, VA 
Senior Level requires DAWIA Level III/PMP equivalent, Bachelor's Degree or 10 years of experience. Mid Level requires DAWIA Level II equivalent, Bachelor's Degree or 4 years of experience. USMC experience desired. Knowledge of the respective USMC programs highly desired.
USMC experience desired. Previous work at MARCORSYSCOM highly desired.
​Clearance Requirements:
Secret clearance required

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General Description: 
Must have experience developing/executing Integrated Logistics Assessment (ILA) procedures and strategies for Programs of Record (POR) at Milestones (MS) B, (MS) C, developing logistics programmatic documentation that includes logistics planning, maintenance & reliability analysis, spares determination, provisioning documentation and related sustainment assurance; technical CDRL deliverables, MC-SAMPs, Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM), various Supportability Plans (e.g., Integrated Logistics Support Plan); Fielding Plans, Item Unique Identification (IUID) Plans; Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) plan development; In-Service Management Plan; Statements of Work; Depot Level Source of Repair documentation; Logistics Requirements Funding Summary (LRFS); Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE) development; Purchase Description (PD) / Performance Specification (PS) reviews; Provisioning Requirements; Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA) review; supported Provisioning Conferences, In-Process Reviews (IPR’s) and Program Assessments. Previous work with the following databases/spreadsheets: Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS) management and data entries, The Online Project Information Center (TOPIC) system, and Supplemental Tracking & Reset Reporting System (STARRS). Experience supporting Technical Publications development and review; and Requirements documentation development and review; Obsolescence identification and removal reviews is a plus. Analyze manpower and personnel data using the USMC Manpower and Training (MP&T) Decision Tool, develop and review MP&T Plans and MP&T Analysis Reports (including manpower estimates, baseline comparisons, task analysis, media analysis, analysis of alternatives, design for supportability trade-off studies, business case analysis, training facility studies, and training effectiveness evaluations). Capable of supporting analysis and evaluation for training systems, subsystems, embedded training, devices, job aids, curriculum, interactive multimedia instruction, and simulations in accordance with DoD, DoN, USMC, and MCSC polices, processes, and technical standards.