• Logistics Management Specialist

    Job Locations US-OH-Dayton
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    Logistics Management Specialist

    Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH




    Establish, coordinate, integrate and implement Aerospace Systems directorate policy at WPAFB for all aspects of maintenance and supply logistics programs necessary to support science and technology, including Test, Measurement Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) processes, equipment maintenance, coordination of items calibrated by the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL), quality assurance, procurement, equipment inventory and supply.  The areas directly under the incumbent’s span of control in support of this goal include administering the many aspects and facets of the directorate’s maintenance and supply logistics program, as well as, organizing and managing the logistics component of the Air Force Inspection System (AFIS). This goal directly supports the broader goal of maintaining the Aerospace Systems Directorate.



    1. Knowledge of a wide range of federal and agency maintenance and supply logistics concepts, principles, practices, procedures, and regulations applicable to a full range of maintenance and supply logistics management to develop and recommend policies and procedures for the organization. Knowledge of a wide range of principles, practices, procedures, and regulations applicable to the AFMC Self-Inspection Program and compliancy issues.
    2. Skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations.
    3. Skill in assessing issues and formulating solutions to complex problems.
    4. Ability to evaluate, plan and adjust work operations of subordinate installations organizational segments to meet program requirements and objectives within available resources.
    5. Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, clearly, concisely and with technical accuracy.


    1. Comprehensive knowledge of the policies, concepts and theories of tailored AFRL, maintenance and supply logistics. AF depot maintenance and acquisition management work sufficient to evaluate the policies and proposals involved in the transition of AF/AFMC logistics within the Directorate.
    2. Comprehensive knowledge of the policies, concepts and practices of the AFMC Self-Inspection Program and compliancy issues as related and applicable to the Directorate.
    3. Knowledge of program management methods, funding and program element relationships, and Directorate organizational missions, relationships and senior personnel.
    4. Knowledge of requirements for life cycle cost and techniques for providing these support capabilities.
    5. Knowledge of procurement policies as they are related to Directorate interface with industry.
    6. Knowledge of Air Force operations and logistics functions as they relate to the duties and responsibilities of this position specifically Air Force practices as they relate to maintenance, supply and transportation, reliability, maintainability, supportability and sustainment as well as quality assurance and compliance inspections.


    Work Environment                                                           

    Work regularly require visits to hazardous laboratory settings and other industrial areas (machines, shops, mechanical rooms etc.), and involves moderate risks or discomforts. Protective clothing and gear and observance of safety precautions are required. Work activities regularly require time with exposure to hazardous noise, environmental extremes, hazardous materials, high voltage, chemical hazards and high pressures, etc.







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