Northrop Grumman Logistics Management Analyst 3 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Serve as a Repair Asset Analyst for B-2 LRU/SRU's in support of the ICS/WSSC repair program. Accountable for induction and tracking of repairable assets through the repair cycle using MAXIMO Data System. Validates repair induction requests against projected and authorized repairs, initiates daily status updates, and resolves information deficiencies. Assists Repair Specialists in managing repair cycle time to meet B-2 end-item performance metrics. Ensures that customer service and time objectives are achieved within existing financial constraints in order to meet marketing and financial objectives. Evaluates scheduled, over and above requests, funding levels and Period of Performances for multiple CLINs. Monitor schedule and available funding provided to ensure repairs remain on-time and within budget. Complete and submit documentation concerning LRU repair disposition and over and above work. Serve as a consultant to management and act as the external spokesperson for the program on matters pertaining to plans and objectives. Keeps the Program Manager and NGAS customer apprised of RCT issues/special requirements status. Ensure that customer service and time objectives are achieved. Builds strong and trusted relationship between NGAS, NGTS, and customer. Make decisions with heavy impacts on programs future. Develops solutions to complex problems which require the regular use of ingenuity and innovation. Ensures solutions are consistent with organization objectives. Generate and brief Management Presentations in the Supply Chain Management arena specific to Line Replaceable Unit repair activities. Produce weekly and monthly program and contract metric reporting charts and graphs. Reviews historical database of technical activities to categorize data and provide trends and cycle reports for recommendations to support current contract efforts for generation of estimated costs and predicted parts consumption. Assist with proposals and BOEs, as required. Accomplish assigned duties in accordance with ISO processes. Candidate should be well organized, able to adjust to rapidly changing requirements, effective working independently as well as in a group environment as part of a multi-disciplined team, able to handle multiple assignments, and possess superb oral and written communication skills. The highly motivated candidate will be part of a dynamic team providing the Reliability, Maintainability, and Supportability and Sustainment activities for the B-2 program.
Bachelor's degree and 6 years of relevant experience, 4 years with Masters. 10 years' experience in lieu of degree.
Proficiency in Microsoft Suite required.
Candidate must have an active Government Security Clearance and ability to obtain and maintain a program access.
Must have working knowledge of shop-process, work-flow, military logistics support and quality assurance requirements.
Ability to establish/maintain databases.
Aircraft maintenance experience or component check-out and test.
Proven success working with Operations, Logistics, Property, Engineering, Finance and Program Office in identifying and resolving problems.
Possess expert computer skills for Microsoft products Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
Extensive experience/understanding/ability to "data mine" Government Supply Chain Legacy Systems required (D043, D035, D200, EMALL, LIMS-EV suite).
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