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    This position serves as a Provisioner in a FAA Logistic Center product division providing technical services in support of the provisioning logistics discipline during all phases of life cycle support.

    Performs multiple and varying assignments as a Logistics Management Specialist (PROV) under the limited direction of the manager or more experienced professional. Acts as an individual contributor and may perform some leadership functions for small projects/programs.

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    Applies experience and advanced knowledge as the primary representative of the FAA Logistics Center in the planning, coordination, and establishment of logistics support through all program phases for assigned programs. Accomplishes provisioning actions required to support assigned equipment/system acquisition, deployment, modification, and technology refresh activities. Applies knowledge of logistical contract requirements, assists in the development and review of key logistic documents, including but not limited to contract, Statement of Work for new acquisition requirements, or critical program initiatives. Identifies program logistics support shortfalls and provides options and recommendations to other organizations, including other government agencies and contractors. Understands the purpose and methodology in constructing the top-down break-down structure. Typical assignments include; tracking and analyzing data to ensure compliance with policies and procedures; providing guidance to less experienced professionals in day to day operations; identifying, analyzing, and recommending solutions for complex/difficult problems.

    Maintains continuous interface with program managers within government agencies and private industry for logistics provisioning. Support equipment programs and systems identified as requiring technical refresh and/or hardware configuration. Serves as a consultant and advisor to the Division Manager on provisioning support matters. Serves as a chairperson of provisioning conferences, selects initial spare parts requirements, classification of repairable items, ascertains repair sources and their impacts on the FAA Logistics Center repair program. Coordinates with Inventory Management Specialists, Engineers and Equipment Specialists to provide non catalog support for old and new systems. Provides guidance to the provisioning team in obtaining resources, selection and acquisition of spare parts and establishment of follow-on supply support program's to ensure compliance with Logistic Support concepts.

    Established policies/procedures provide guidance for most assignments, but allow considerable discretion to select the most appropriate approach or to recommend new approach. Resolves most problems and work issues without the assistance of the manager or more experienced professional. Work is reviewed periodically, typically at major milestones and at completion, for policy compliance and alignment with the requirements of the project or other work activity.

    Work may require up to 25% travel to support program requirements.

    This position requires involvement with and access to classified materials involving Customs & Border Protection Law Enforcement systems, projects, programs, files, drawings and data. The applicant will be required to successfully complete a high risk security level clearance (i.e. Background Investigation).

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0346 Logistics Management

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