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Contract Prvisioner
Ref No.: 18-02228
Location: Sterling Heights, Michigan
Responsible for the development and quality assurance of provisioning data. Provisioning data includes Engineering Data for Provisioning (EDFP), parts screening, and provisioned parts list.
Review the LMP data staging area files against the GDLS TDP
Review technical data to verify the database matches the current configuration delivered
Review Provisioning LSA-036 submittals prior to delivery to Government
Verify the Provisioning data elements are in compliance with the Logistics Modernization Program
Analyze reports and coordinate with Government and GDLS to identify and resolve data discrepancies
Bachelor Degree in Engineering discipline; other degrees will be considered with relevant experience.

Must be familiar with government Logistics Support Analysis Record (LSAR) specifications MIL-STD-1388-2B and GEIA-0007.
Must have an understanding of Logistics Control Numbers (LCNs), Provisioning List Item Sequence Numbers (PLISNs), Source, Maintenance & Recoverability (SMR) codes, Provisioning Contract Control Numbers (PCCNs).
Familiar with relational table databases such as SlicWave, Powerlog.

Must be familiar with IETM viewers such as EMS2, EMS NG, IADS.

Must be familiar with automotive or military maintenance/service tasks and how they relate to provisioning.

Must have excellent customer rapport and ability to work with the customer.

Must be able to meet quality standards as set forth by the department manager.

Must self-edit all developed information. Must be able to read and interpret mechanical drawings.

Must be familiar with Adobe Professional . Must be familiar with all Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access).

Must be able to interpret illustrated parts breakdown figures to support the operation, maintenance and repair of tracked and wheeled military vehicles.
Must know how to apply provisioning codes to specific part applications.
Must have 2-5 years experience with LSA-36 reports in either MIL-STD 1388-2B or GEIA-0007 format.

Must be able to work closely with other logistics engineers and TM personnel to ensure data will support all logistics deliverables (TM's, IETM's and LSA-36 data).

Must be able to coordinate with Government and vendors on user level functional concerns. Must be able to work closely with Quality Assurance, Validation/Verification and the Government to resolve technical issues.

Must be able to prepare reports and presentations from various data sources in support of company and Government reviews.

Must be able to analyze reports and coordinate with Government, GDLS and vendor personnel to identify and resolve data discrepancies. Working knowledge and logistics experience with systems, subsystems, and components associated with heavy and/or medium mobile system operation and maintenance preferred.

Familiarity with U.S. Army logistics support structure, policies and procedures. Understanding of ECP/CR/ERR process required

This assignment is a US Government Contract which requires all applicants to be US Citizens.

No third-party applicants will be considered. If you are a third party contracting company, please do not respond to this position.