full-time part-time employee contract
USfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a Senior Maintenance Support Specialist to work in Huntsville, Alabama.
SUMMARY: The position will provide Life Cycle Logistics support services and Subject Matter Expert (SME) capabilities to meet NSRWA PO mission requirements (CONUS/OCONUS) while adhering to DoD, Department of the Army (DA), and Program Executive Office Aviation (PEO AVN) directives, regulations, and policies.
This position will require CONUS travel.
Support logistics efforts for preliminary requirements investigation and planning, Letter of Request (LOR), Pricing and Availability (P&A)/Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM), Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA), Technical Assist/PO support assessments, and case execution through case closeout actions.
Provide technical expertise to review, analyze, and recommend revisions in order to complete Contract Requirements Packages (CRPs) to include but not limited to preparing Performance Work Statements (PWS)/Statements of Work (SOW) and their corresponding Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) and other contract requirements documentation.
Provide technical expertise to perform and/or advise on market research, sources sought, proposal evaluations, and source selection boards. Perform cost estimating efforts and review of Government furnished CDRL deliveries.
Provide logistics expertise and prepare correspondence, memorandums, white papers, briefing preparation, briefings, reports and/or records of meetings/minutes and other written, oral and graphic presentations.
Correspond and coordinate with internal/external stakeholders, customers, contractors, and other governmental agencies as required.
Provide a logistics liaison to plan, coordinate, and facilitate technical, business, and programmatic actions; conduct and participate in logistics, technical, business and programmatic Integrated Product Teams (IPT), working groups, meetings, program updates, reviews, and conferences.
Provide maintenance and fleet management expertise in support of NSRWA PO systems; evaluate requirements, perform comparative engineering assessments and maintenance task analysis, develop maintenance alternatives and identify advantages and disadvantages of planning and maintenance concepts.
Provide maintenance planning input and formulate recommendations.
Analyze overall system and equipment reliability, maintainability and availability characteristics of NSRWA PO systems and subsystems to determine material condition and projected availability.
Provide analysis of readiness and other status reports to identify current fleet readiness, fleet health issues, mission capability rates, factors causing readiness degradation, and correct action recommendations.
Assess and recommend depot level maintenance support actions in support of NSRWA PO systems; develop concepts, plans, schedules, monitor progress, and status of depot services support for aircraft and component overhaul and heavy repair.
Provide logistics support and analysis concerning aircraft incidents/accidents, aircraft grounding actions, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Service Bulletins, Safety-of-Flight messages, Aviation Safety Actions, Safety of Use, and Maintenance Information messages and prepare draft messages for transmittal.
Provide supply chain management and aviation support equipment expertise and recommendations for NSRWA PO systems. Conduct supply chain management, supply support and equipment support analysis, develop and formulate logistics support recommendations, and perform actions to determine requirements for acquiring, distributing, repairing, and replenishing inventory to support NSRWA PO systems.
Conduct analysis and formulate recommendations to assess and support the readiness of NSRWA PO managed aircraft systems to include but not limited to: provisioning/acquisition of spare/repair parts; determination of requirements for distribution/redistribution of serviceable and unserviceable materiel; disposition of condemned or excess materiel; and demand/usage data to identify supply trends. Additionally, assess and develop plans for property management, property recovery, re-utilization and disposal.
Research, assess and determine the cause of supply and aviation support equipment discrepancies; perform analyses on removals, faults and parts usage to identify additions/deletions/reductions and provide recommendations to remedy supply support issues.
Review, evaluate, develop, and update NSRWA PO provisioning technical documentation and contractor logistics support contracts representative parts listings resulting from Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Design Change Notices (DCNs), and Letters of Instruction.
Research, recommend, formulate, validate and monitor Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation (PHS&T) requirements to acquire, receive, store, consolidate, transfer, ship, issue, and dispose of materials, equipment, spare parts, repair parts, and consumable items.
Review, analyze, and formulate recommendations to ensure that systems, systems equipment, support equipment, and repair parts are preserved, packaged, marked, handled, and stored properly.
Evaluate and determine recommended item packaging levels and storage requirements based on design specifications, environmental conditions, shelf life, safety precautions, special handling procedures, and security requirements.
Review, analyze, and formulate recommended transportation procedures, modes and networks available, and authorized for use; develop transportation plans and cost estimates for the worldwide movement of materiel; identify potential transportability problems and recommended solutions; develop transportability documents to obtain transportation approvals and facilitate coordination for transportation support.
Support material movements, conduct materiel hand-off/material extraction and participate in logistics field support operations. Fly on military and civilian variant aircraft for the purpose of providing logistics support, analysis, observation and evaluations, if required.
Additional duties as assigned.
A minimum of ten (10) years of DoD Aviation experience and ten (10) years of Logistics experience.
A minimum of five (5) years of Production Control / Maintenance experience.
Six (6) yearsâ?? work experience may be substituted for a Bachelor's Degree OR Associates Degree plus four (4) yearsâ?? work experience may be substituted for a Bachelor's Degree.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook).
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.