The F/A-18 & EA18G Advanced Weapons Laboratory is seeking an
experienced, motivated, and professional individual to become a
member of the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) team. The ILS team
is the technical lead within the AWL for identifying Life Cycle
Logistics impacts related to the operation, testing and
supportability and maintainability of designated F/A-18 & EA-18G
Essential Job Functions
Interface with all levels of the F/A-18 IPT on logistics matters
related to engineering, modification planning and scheduling,
logistics planning, trainers and project status.
Review software/ hardware upgrade plans and schedules to ensure
logistic elements are effectively addressed, such as supportability
and maintainability (technical publications, support equipment,
maintenance effectivity, etc.).
Responsible for the review of F/A-18 update/modification
requirements for hardware Engineering Change Proposals, schedules
and plans to ensure that all logistics elements are available to
meet schedule requirements.
Investigate logistics, maintenance and/or modification issues
associated with the release of F/A-18 software and related hardware
products to the fleet, identify issues with potential
contractual/operational impact, and assist in the development of
problem resolution strategies.
Investigate coordination issues associated with F/A-18
modifications incorporating new and/or prototype subsystems into
Utilize expertise to provide informed guidance to Government
program management personnel.
Exercise discretionary initiative, creativity and mature
technical judgment in carrying out assigned responsibilities.
Prepare draft status briefings appropriate for release to
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S.
Citizenship is required.
A Bachelors degree plus 8 years of relevant experience is
required. An Associates degree plus 10 years of relevant experience
or high school diploma plus 16 years of related experience will
also be considered.
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
Effective communication skills.
Ability to plan, track and communicate status, risks and
Familiarity with the NAVAIR 00-25-300, Technical Directives
System and associated Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) process
Practical experience with F/A-18 functionality.
Ability to multi-task in a dynamic work environment. Non-local
domestic and foreign travel may be required to attend technical
reviews and programmatic meetings (approximately 15%.
Working knowledge of MS Office (Excel/PowerPoint/Word).
Life Cycle Logistics Defense Acquisition University (DAU)
Familiarity and/or prior experience with NAVAIR acquisitions
Prior experience interfacing with OEM program management, tech
pubs personnel and Logistics Elements Managers.