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AMSEC Logistics Management Analyst 4

Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
Philadelphia, PA
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Company Huntington Ingalls Industries

Job Title AMSEC Logistics Management Analyst 4

Jobid 2646295

Location: Philadelphia, PA, 19133, USA

Description **22728BR**

**Job Title:**

AMSEC Logistics Management Analyst 4

**Department/Cost Center:**


**External Job Description:**

Position Specifics:

**Candidate must have a Secret security clearance to start**

This position is to directly support the PMS and ILS Feedbacks Branch (Code 316), Integrated Logistics Engineering, Readiness and Training Division (31), Machinery Research, Logistics and Ship Integrity Department (30), Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD), Philadelphia, PA. The incumbent of this position is responsible for maintaining, revising and developing Hull Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) equipment and systems maintenance procedures and associated documentation as it relates to the Navy’s Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for coordinating and responding to technical feedback reports, executing special projects.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent must be technically familiar with maintenance procedures, products and processes for all HM&E systems and equipment found on U.S. Navy surface ships.

The incumbent is responsible for maintaining, revising and developing maintenance including but not limited to Planned Maintenance System (PMS), maintenance plans, PMS Technical Feedback Reports (TFBRs) and special projects for HM&E equipment and systems for surface ships. In addition, technical review of complex maintenance related problems to determine potential solutions is frequently required. Impact to other logistics product lines also needs to be identified. He/she must have a good working knowledge of the HM&E equipment and systems that support the ship’s mission.

The incumbent serves as a contributing team member and advisor both internal and external to NSWCPD in the area of logistics and maintenance. He/She will attend meetings, conferences and symposia as required, and is expected to provide input.

The incumbent prepares and delivers presentations as required on the results of work performed, to provide status/review.

SCHEDULING: It is the incumbent’s responsibility to establish schedules that meet the customer’s valid requirements, where the customer may be either internal or external to NSWCPD. He/she will aid in establishing priorities and contingencies which conform to available resource levels

The incumbent provides input as required to revise schedules and/or adjust priorities so that NSWCPD is responsive to the needs and interests of the Navy.

LIAISON/REPRESENTATION: In both technical and administrative capacities, the incumbent may be called upon to represent NSWCPD to organizations, both government and private. Must present a professional appearance and be well spoken.

Controls the efficient flow of goods, services, and information between point of origin through customer placement in order to meet customer requirements. Ensures that customer service and time objectives are achieved within existing financial constraints in order to meet marketing and financial objectives. Ensures the execution and continuous improvement of standard logistics processes, such as the replenishment system, data interchange systems, demand management, electronic data systems administration and related functions. Builds relationships with strategic customers through logistics initiatives. Integrates learning from customers, competitors, operating entities, distribution, transportation, customer service, other industries, industry groups, and professional training to continuously improve competitive position.

May require working in an office, industrial, shipboard, or laboratory environment. May require visit ship or shore sites, requiring movement throughout equipment compartments and up and down ladders. Capable of climbing ladders and tolerating confined spaces and extreme temperature variances.

**Auto req ID:**


**Marketing Title:**

AMSEC Logistics Management Analyst 4

**Basic Qualifications:**

10 Years relevant experience with Bachelors; 8 Years relevant experience with Masters; An additional 4 years of specific job experience with a HS diploma may be substituted for the Bachelor's degree requirement for this job. This experience is additional to subsequent relevant years of experience listed with the job's education requirements. Example: If this job required a Bachelor's degree + 5 years relevant experience the equivalency would equal HS diploma + 9 years job related experience.


AMSEC (0480)



**Clearance Type:**





Yes, 25% of the time

**Company Statement:**

AMSEC is a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII). Huntington Ingalls Industries is America’s largest military shipbuilding company and a provider of professional services to partners in government and industry. For more than a century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. HII’s Technical Solutions division provides a wide range of professional services through its Fleet Support, Integrated Missions Solutions, Nuclear and Environmental, and Oil and Gas groups. Headquartered in Newport News, Virginia, HII employs nearly 37,000 people operating both domestically and internationally.

**Relocation Assistance:**

No relocation assistance available

**Minimum Education:**

High School Diploma/GED


Philadelphia-Pennsylvania-United States

**US Citizenship Required for this Position:**


**EEO Statement:**

Equal Opportunity Employer - Veterans/Disabled Welcome. U.S. citizenship required for most positions.

**Preferred Qualifications:**

DDG 51 Class knowledge and experience is preferred.

1. Working knowledge of logistics management concepts, principles and practices that enable him/her to serve as the technical expert with regard to maintenance of HM&E equipment and systems on US Navy ships

2. Working knowledge of Planned Maintenance System – Reliability Centered Maintenance Process

3. Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Level 1 Level certification (may be attained after selection) (prior certification a plus)

4. Working knowledge of surface Navy (DDG 51) HM&E equipment and systems. (prior Navy enlisted E5-E7 in engineering rating highly preferred)

5. Knowledge of Navy organizational structure and interrelationship sufficient to manage and coordinate HM&E ship maintenance program and its impact on other logistics product lines

6. Skills to organize work involving diverse Department of Navy activities and contractors and the ability to coordinate and gain the cooperation of others.

7. Effective skills in oral and written presentations at various levels. (Must be a clear communicator)

8. Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of engineering staff and management. (Must be a clear communicator)

9. Effective computer skills including solid working knowledge of common software applications (MS Office, Adobe Pro) (Remedy, PMSMIS, NPE or CDMD-OA experience a big plus)


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