Duties include but are not limited to, the following tasks:
- Supply Support
- Maintenance Planning & Management
- Packaging, Handling, Storage, & Transportation
- Design Interface
- Technical Data
- Training & Training Support
- Support and Test Equipment
- Aid in technical oversight for the shipbuilder’s execution of logistics CDRL development. Determine shipbuilder compliance with applicable NSC contract Document and report discrepancies to the assigned Task Manager and/or COR for documentation in the contract history file.
- Distribute Shipbuilder provided logistics CDRLs to the USCG matrix review team. Track review statuses, and report statuses to PROGC Logistics Lead/TAM as
- Assist PROGC in the management of all baselines associated with surface asset acquisition, including functional, allocated, and product
- Provide logistics Configuration Data Management (CDM) and Configuration Status Accounting (CSA) support to PROGC by evaluating the configuration statuses of production assets, ensuring applicable logistics documentation, and technical and design specifications are consistent with the as-built configuration, and approved
- Record Government review and approval processes to track and report on configuration change management developments including Diminished Manufacturing Sources (DMS), Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Waterfront Changes (WFC), and Minor Change Notices (MCN).
- Identify, track, and report changes to supply support products, and provide PROGC with recommendations for alternative solutions using the Allowance Change Request (ACR)
- Assist in the review of Contractor Furnished Equipment (CFE) incremental buy lists, material proposals, and development of Technical Evaluation Reports (TER) in support of program
- Interface with USCG and USN technical authorities to ensure Government Furnished Information (GFI) reflects the as-built configuration of Navy Type/Navy Owned (NT/NO), and Navy Type/Coast Guard Owned (NT/CGO) equipment installed onboard NSC(s).
- Review GFM buy lists to ensure compliance with established
- Maintain PROGC Microsoft Office Suite Logistics tracking
- Provide input to, and evaluation of, risk management efforts to include risk planning, identification, analyses, and mitigation
- Establish and maintain effective communication and liaison with various process groups; particularly the USCG technical authorities, USCG NSC Program Management Office (PMO), USN representatives, PROGC IPT, the Shipbuilder’s Logistics management, and Pre-Commissioning (PRECOM) Cutter’s
- Identify problem areas, recommend solutions, and assist in resolving problems associated with lifecycle logistics
- Support logistics conferences, ILS Management Team Meetings (ILSMT), Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM), and production milestones as
- Provide production and post-delivery logistics support to USCG stakeholders
- Participate in the development of data submittals in response to assigned Task Assignment Manager/COR
- Provide subject matter expertise toward the development of innovative logistics process improvements and solutions
Required work occurs in an office setting and in an industrial construction environment. The work is sedentary while in the office. The required work performed in the industrial environment occurs outdoors, in warehouses, aboard NSCs during construction and while underway, at sea. Safety conditions require the use of personal protective equipment or clothing as dictated by PROGC and the Shipbuilder’s policies and procedures.
The tasking described within this work statement requires moderate walking, ability to lift up to 50 pounds, movement throughout an industrial shipyard facility, movement throughout NSCs under construction, and while underway, at sea. This includes traversing narrow and steep stairways and ladders.