Acquisition logistician

Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
Not Applicable/None
Job Description:


Supporting the U.S. Army, Combat Capabilities Development Command-Armaments Center (CCDC-AC), Enterprise System and Integration Center (ESIC), Logistics Research and Engineering Directorate (LRED) the Integrated Product support (IPS) Acquisition logistician will be responsible for planning, development and execution logistics activities including: maintenance; fielding support; supply support; support and test equipment; training and training devices; technical data; Performs the full range of planning, liaison, and control of logistics phases of field exercises and tests.

Position overview:
  • Gathers and analyzes data on product plans and project objectives. Provides tracking, status reports, and logistics plans to support and ensure distribution and delivery commitments for manufacturing or servicing of products, equipment, and systems.
  • Executes tasks to influence and support system design to achieve an optimal life cycle operational readiness, while minimizing total ownership costs.
  • Develops policies, guidelines, and procedures to ensure quality and cost control.
  • Conducts distribution and network studies, monitors, inventory, and analyzes requirements to develop strategies to achieve or improve desired results.
  • Ensures that product support strategies are integrated into product-wide design and are properly incorporated into design documentation
  • Monitor product support strategies that are integrated into design documents to determine utilization rates as well as capturing lesson learned.

Specific Qualifications:
  • Experience delivering logistics support for complex government acquisition programs
  • Understand 12 elements of IPS
  • support issue resolutions by developing corrective action plans (CAPS) as needed and coordinating with program stakeholders for final resolution. All CAPS shall be coordinated and facilitate effective integration of support system logistics
  • Experience planning and accomplishing the transition of developmental systems to sustainment
  • Provide logistics support cost estimations that support each product support element and portions of the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) estimates.


Bachelor's degree with typically 2+ years of related professional experience. (NOTE: Newly hired MS graduates are typically hired into this level.) Non-degreed incumbents must meet equivalency guidelines established for designated job family.