Senior Logistics Manager

Advanced Project Consulting is a defense contracting firm based in Warner Robins, GA.  We provide outstanding engineering, logistics and information technology support to our customers while maintaining agile, personalized service.  We are constantly looking for energetic, trustworthy and dedicated professionals to add to our team.We have contingent positions open at Robins AFB for Senior Logistics Manager supporting base Logistics Management. This effort will provide Logistics Management support for selected ECISAP/FMS programs by defining scope, interface requirements, policy issues and performance criteria. Obtains and compiles information, defines problems, develops recommendations for issues to be addressed in Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) plans as well as to develop associated milestones. Support capabilities shall include coordinating the planning with officials of all concerned functional elements. We are responsible for providing functional managers background information, planning rationales and possible alternatives, as well as research and evaluation of logistics support concepts.SkillsAble to effectively prepare ILS plans encompassing the preconception, concept exploration, demonstration and validation, full scale engineering development and operational phases of a supported program.Promptly establish and monitor milestones for the logistical support of assigned new or enhanced systems. Must thoroughly address problems in the support of logistical milestones and initiate actions to remedy them. As required, support the negotiation with officials of other commands and components and of private firms in the resolution of support issues.Quickly identifies problems, determines resolutions and coordinates FMS activities with functional specialists to assure logistics support goals are met. Accurately interprets policy and provides technical information to IPT Lead and/or other team members concerning program requirements. Fully reviews Price and Availability (P&A) data to ensure that material need and regulatory requirements are met.Develop program schedules, support equipment requirements, data requirements, training requirements and maintenance concept.Ensure accountability of case funds, travel funds, release of classified data, and asset availability of Government Furnished Equipment to contractor, delivery of systems and support equipment from contractor to ECISAP or country. Close and constant contact with FMS country liaison personnel, US ILP offices, and contractors is mandatory. A high degree of tact and diplomacy must be exercised.Qualifications:Fifteen (15) years’ experience in Air Force program management working as a program manager/logistics managerTen (10) years’ experience in Foreign Military Sales working as a program manager/logistics managerClearance / Security:  Successful candidates must pass a background/security investigation and  drug-screening.  Travel: Travel is not required for this position.Relocation: Relocation is not available for this position. 
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