Logistics Analyst Sr - Military veterans preferred

SAIC (www.saic.com)


  full-time   employee

Oak Harbor
United States


SAIC is looking for a Logistics Analyst Sr to provide technical and logistical support tasks across the logistics element areas for the Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) Program in Whidbey Island, Washington.  



  • Performs system fault analysis, life cycle maintenance and integrated product support (IPS) of major systems. Controls the efficient flow of goods, services and information between points of origin through customer placement in order to meet customer requirements.

  • May also plan, schedule and manage the efficient movement of material from receiving or the warehouse to production.

  • Develops raw material requirements and scheduling requirements from engineering specifications and production schedules and plans and manages material movement with purchasing, warehouse, and production.

  • Ensures the execution and continuous improvement of standard logistic processes. Logistics functions encompass maintenance, supply, transportation and logistics plans. Inherently included as logistics tasks are program formulation, policy planning, coordination, inspection, integrated logistics processes, joint planning logistics, acquisition and wholesale logistics, product support, asset visibility, material management and supervision (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content.

  • Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee). Complete understanding and wide application of principles, concepts, practices, and standards. Full knowledge of industry practices.

  • Performs assignments in the form of objectives and establishes goals to meet outlined objectives. Work is reviewed by management to measure meeting objectives.

  • Administers company policies that directly affect employees.

  • Recommends changes to team policies.

  • PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Develops solutions to a variety of problems moderate in scope and complexity. May refer to policies, procedures and practices.

  • FREEDOM TO ACT: Works under only general direction. Independently determines and develops approach to solutions. Plans schedules and arranges own activities in accomplishing objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives.

  • IMPACT: Exerts some influence on the overall objectives and long-range goals of the organization. Erroneous decisions or failure to achieve objectives would normally have a serious effect upon the administration of the organization.

  • LIASON: Represents organization as a prime contact on contracts or projects. Interacts with senior internal and external personnel on significant matters often requiring coordination between organizations.



  • Provide technical and logistical support for the research, development, sustainment, and modifications of systems capabilities and components.

  • Provide lifecycle logistics and technical support to ensure the application of processes across all Integrated Product Support (IPS) elements for balanced solutions addressing capability needs, design considerations and constraints, as well as limitations imposed by technology, budget, and schedule; while working to reduce total Life Cycle Cost (LCC).

  • Develop, review, update, provide recommendations, prepare and/or evaluate technical documentation such as repair standards, technical data packages and changes, drawings, specifications, test plans and maintenance procedures including Document Change Orders (DCOs), Design Change Notices (DCNs), Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Request for Engineering Information (REI), Temporary Engineering Instructions (TEIs), Engineering Orders (EOs), and Technical Directives (TDs).

  • Review/Analyze requests for deviations and waivers to determine the effects on production, configuration identification, operation and logistics.

  • Provide technical and logistical support in the following areas for the Airborne Electronic Warfare Program: assessment of system and subsystem requirements, development, analysis, evaluation of concepts/technologies, analyze metrics, data record entry, reproduction, distribution, acquisition logistics, provisioning of parts, reporting, and validation/verification of technical documentation.




  • HS/GED and ten (10) years or more of related experience; Associates and eight (8) years or more of related experience; Bachelors and six (6) years or more of related experience; Masters and four (4) years or more experience; PhD and 0 years related experience.
  • Candidate must be a US Citizen.
  • Must be able to obtain a Full DOD Secret Security Clearance.
  • Knowledge of MS Office applications including word-processing, presentation, and spreadsheet and integrated software applications is required.
  • Working knowledge of SLICwave/PowerLOG-J desired
  • Working knowledge of JEDMICS, DoD EMALL and DRMO is desirable.