ITA International

  • PIB Journeyman ILS Support

    Job Location US-Washington, DC
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  • Overview

    ITA International (ITA) is a provider of integrated support services to include analysis, planning, training, acquisition management, cyber/intelligence, engineering, logistics, and maritime support services to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.


    ITA is currently recruiting for a Journeyman ILS Support for our USCG HQ Washington DC location. 


    ILS Support must:


    • Provide full-time ILS support to the USCG Polar Ice Breaker (PIB) Acquisition project in Washington, DC
    • Analyze and coordinate the logistical functions for the entire life cycle of a product, including acquisition, distribution, internal allocation, delivery, and final disposal of resources.


    • Documented completion of all requirements for a DHS/DAWIA Logistics Level II certification, or "Certified Professional Logistician" (CPL) by SOLE - The International Society of Logistics (SOLE) or equivalent. 
    • seven (7) years experience supporting Major Acquisition Program(s) (DHS/USCG Level I, DoD ACAT I or equivalent) in a logistical support role.
    • familiarity with developing, reviewing and issuing formal revisions of Major Systems Acquisition Manual (MSAM)/DOD 5000 series program documents and non-major acquisition project documents including Shipbuilding Specifications.
    • proficient with MS Access, FLS, CDMD-OA, and SFLC Central or DOD Equivalent.
    • proficient with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint and MS Outlook



     ITA international is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive

    consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,

    disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans


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