Logistics Analyst Towed Systems - Sr. Level

Company: BAE Systems ( Learn More )

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Seeking candidates for proposal scheduled to be released on or about 1Q 2018. BAE Systems in Middletown, RI, is seeking a full-time Logistics Analyst III to provide field and production Logistics support to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center’s Division Newport Naval Array Technical Support Center (NATSC). The selected candidate will be interfacing with our primary customer, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport, Rhode Island. BAE Systems is an international leader in developing and delivering advanced aerospace and defense systems for military and commercial customers in the U.S. and around the world. The selected candidate will:

Perform logistics analysis and support for US Navy and FMS tactical and Surveillance towed array systems used on submarines and surface combatants.

Perform logistics analysis and support for towed arrays being overhauled, repaired, and upgraded at NATSC.

Plan, allocate, and schedule resources required for all overhaul and delivery of NATSC product lines including using inventory level information from the Fleet (incl. NAVSUP) and Towed Systems IMAs.

Review and provide inputs/updates to daily Work-In-Process (WIP) Report (i.e., production schedule) including Not-Ready-For-Issue (NRFI) inventory for products awaiting processing.

Coordinate with NATSC Configuration management personnel to review all hardcopy documentation for NATSC operations, IAW NATSC Document & Data Control Policy and Procedures to ensure the latest revision level is used for all Work-In-Process (WIP).

Compile, review, and update product repair and manufacturing files for all products throughout all work-in process stages. This includes: all travelers, work instructions, test instructions and test results, inspection records, deviations, and any other document required to repair and manufacture all NATSC products.

Coordinate long-term storage of product repair and manufacturing records in the NATSC facility

Review, monitor and update technical and engineering product changes in accordance with NATSC CM requirements.

Produce Bill of Materials (BOMs)/logistic packages including: review work packages for latest document revision Level and properly-marked/approved-for-use (travelers, technical work instructions, repair instructions, test instructions, or any other technical documentation required to perform authorized repair/overhaul of Towed Array assets).

Prepare and submit Trouble Reports, Deviation Requests as needed in accordance with NATSC procedures.

Review and comment on PECP/ECP packages to determine what impacts, if any, these packages will have on repair times, production throughput, product quality. For Towed Array assets designated for repair/upgrade, use the NATSC Towed Array Management System (TAMS) to identify any applicable outstanding ECP(s) that requires incorporation.

Use the NATSC NUWC Depot Application (NDA) to maintain and track inventory levels and use the NATSC NUWC Trouble Report system in Master Control (TAMS)identify problems for daily floor activities, documentation errors, or technical problems in accordance with NATSC procedures.

Participate in failure analysis and prepare reports identifying root cause failure modes, mechanisms and parts that failed; as well as recommendations

Review, monitor and update production line repair processes/procedures to reflect approved changes to technical and engineering products in accordance with customer CM requirements.

Coordinate with engineers, technicians, and other NATSC program professionals to obtain additional information or to interpret policies and procedures for reporting design changes.

Prepare summary of the WIP reports, Meeting Minutes, Agendas, Plant Equipment Status, Inventory Status, and Action Item lists for weekly NATSC Production meetings and weekly Program Office Production meetings.

Prepare briefing materials for presentation, meeting minutes with technical recommendations, and participate in technical and program review meetings assessing overall NATSC performance to facilitate lessons learned and identify opportunities for improvement. Evaluate the material condition of submarine and surface combatant towed systems arrays, modules, components and associated handling equipment and implementing corrective action.

Typical Education & Experience Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 4 years work experience or equivalent experienceRequired Skills and Education

Typical education and relevant work experience: High School Diploma and at least 8 years of relevant/related work experience. Experience should include using on-line-computerized databases for identifying and recording nonconforming product and material and track the disposition and/or usage of nonconforming parts and material plus maintaining records of parts issued.

Security clearance requirement: Active DoD Secret security clearance.Additional experience/skills:Demonstrated experience with reviewing/updating procedures, specifications, technical manualsExperience working in an ISO 9001 QA environmentDemonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office softwareStrong written and verbal skillsPreferred Skills and Education

Highly desired, but not required:10 or more years experience with Logistics support/analysis experience in the operation, maintenance, installation, test and/or repair of submarine electrical, electro-mechanical, and or electronic systems/equipment.Experience and/or training related to U.S. Navy towed array and handling equipment logistics or operation on 688 Class, Seawolf Class, Ohio Class, or Virginia Class Submarines and/or Surface Combatants, or SURTASS platforms.Experience maintaining and tracking inventory levels using NATSC Depot Application (NDA).Experience identifying and recording nonconforming product and material in and reviewing the NATSC NDA system to track the disposition and/or usage of nonconforming parts and material plus maintaining records of parts issued to repair a product.Naval Supply Systems Command Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) experience.Experience working at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport.Experience developing PECP/ECP Impact Analysis Reports for PECP/ECP development per the PEO-SUB PMS4011/4013-CCM-001 configuration control manual (CCM).Ability to initiate, prioritize and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously Ability to operate independently and proactively Experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).Experience working in a culture promoting workplace safety, environmental, and Hazardous Materials Control compliance including familiarity with OSHA regulations.Experience supporting Failure Mode Analysis (FMA).Experience using NUWCDIVNPT/NATSC Depot Application (NDA), Trouble Report system in Master Control(TAMs) (e.g., change requests, trouble reports, action items, engineering change proposals, requests for deviations, inventory adjustment authorizations, loan transfer authorizations, test records, inspection/test exemption requests, material review board dispositions, etc).

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