Abacus Technology

  • Logistician (Intelligence Community)

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington
    Posted Date 8 months ago(2/13/2018 10:39 AM)
    Job ID
    2017-3040
  • Overview

    Abacus Technology is seeking a Logistician to provide acquisition support for enterprise programs.  This is a full-time position.

    Responsibilities

    Conduct acquisition logistics management support to include performing life cycle supportability analyses; developing/reviewing Integrated Logistics Support Plans, Computer Resources Life Cycle Management Plans, and solicitation documentation; and establishing maintenance/support concepts.  Assist with the procurement and management processes of support equipment, test equipment, technical orders, spares, training, supply support, and other resources.  Provide functional support in the areas of reliability and maintainability, Instructional System Design (ISD), and acquisition/training documentation development.

    Qualifications

    Positions available at multiple experience levels including entry (0-3 years), mid (3-7 years), senior (7+ years), and principal (7+years directly related and advanced degree).  Bachelor’s degree in a related field; Master’s or graduate degree preferred for senior-level and principal positions.  Experience with Federal and DOD regulations as they pertain to acquisitions and logistics.  Capable of producing and maintaining well-written documentation to meet management and contract requirements.  Familiar with the full life cycle of the procurement process.  Must be organized and detail oriented.  Able to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization and demonstrate strong customer service skills.  Must be a US Citizen.

     

    Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

     

    EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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