ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S. Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S. Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.
We are a Small Business DoD Prime Contractor on Joint Strike Fighter Program Office's (JPO) F-35 Lightning II Program and a Tier-One Sub-Contractor on this effort.
Our team is aggressively seeking candidates to provide the JPO direct support on a Life Cycle Logistics and Sustainment Task Order/Contract.
The scope includes comprehensive Life Cycle Logistics and Sustainment support encompassing acquisition (design, develop, test, produce and deploy), sustainment (operation and support), and ultimate disposal of the F-35 Lightning II Program.
All DoD Integrated Product Support (IPS) elements are included, as required. Support Services shall include, but not be limited to: logistic products technical support, training management and support, data and technical data management support, integrated systems management, sustainment tool analysis and development, sustainment planning, depot planning and support, and supportability analysis.
The program may require the Candidate to provide in-country support to various nations including International Partners, Security Cooperative participants, and FMS participants.
The main effort of work is located within the Washington District of Columbia (DC)/National Capital Region (NCR).
Resumes will be reviewed immediately and candidates meeting the requirements will be contacted for further consideration and preliminary interviews.
The Manpower Support Analyst for the Training & Manpower IPT, Logistics & Support Products Directorate, Joint Strike Fighter Program Office (JSFPO), Washington, DC. The purpose of the T&M IPT is to develop and deliver the complete training system for all Service variants. The JSF Training System shall provide an affordable and executable solution to JSF training, which provides the right number of people with the appropriate skills to safely, effectively and efficiently operate and maintain the JSF air system. Primary IPT task responsibilities include planning programming, and budgeting, requirements analysis, cost analysis, technical planning, new technology/process analysis and identification, Risk identification and management, acquisition support, and management of contractor/government analysis and studies.
1. Supports the Program Manger in the performance and risk of all developmental activities by the air system contractor (ASC) & Propulsion System Contractor (PSC) in terms of cost, schedule, and performance. Ensures that all program participants, both Government, ASC, and PSC organizations, and program personnel are advised of the status and progress of work efforts under the incumbent's cognizance. Support in evaluating program documentation to ensure that the needs of the program are consistent with sound business practices and the degree of risk involved. Synthesizes critical management issues, documentation, and relevant information to support program reviews.
2. Integrate resource requirements with multi-year acquisition and support plans to support the POM and budget inputs. Evaluates the impact of new resource levels, such as budget cuts or increases. Updates estimates of resource requirements to take into account new or revised objectives, technical capabilities, new acquisition strategies, and other such factors. Analyzes all changes that have an impact on the acquisition and develops responsive and effective changes in plans and strategies.
3. Quantify potential manpower savings provided by improved Reliability and Maintainability and the introduction of advanced technologies.
4. Analyze a variety of program information, make sound judgments concerning program progress, and effectively communicate recommendations orally and in writing to higher organizational management.
5. The incumbent must be knowledgeable of a wide range of non-scientific information in the form of Federal Acquisition Regulations, joint military and commercial standards, joint service policies, directives, and instructions and must be able to determine the applicability of these documents to assignments.
6. Coordinate with service manpower organizations (i.e. Bureau of Naval Personnel) to identify new ratings/skill codes or consolidation of existing ratings/skill codes and force levels necessary to support JSF weapon system.
7. Provide common understanding of legacy trade and rank structures across the Services and National boundaries.
8. Provide expertise and support to the F-35 Site Activation process and coordinate Squadron, Wing and Base level manpower requirements for the standup of base operations and the introduction of F-35 into Service and Partner nation operational locations.
• Four-Year college degree
• Secret Clearance
• Experience with Microsoft Office products
• Excellent communication skills
Experience Developing Acquisition Programs
Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) experience
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: Frequent CONUS and OCONUS travel (1-2 trips per month) to various government and partner military installations.
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The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
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ACT I’s management strives to balance the need for competitive compensation packages while maintaining competitive pricing for its customers. Key aspects of ACT I’s compensation package for employees include medical and dental insurance, mandatory company 401(k) contributions, annual profit sharing, salary, vacation, education assistance, life insurance, and short/long term disability. ACT I recognizes the importance of maintaining technical expertise when workforce changes occur, and has set up an informal mentor program that pairs more senior staff with more junior employees with similar skills and interest. In addition to this on-the-job approach, ACT I maintains an education assistance program designed to help employees who wish to pursue further education that supports the business and technical expertise necessary to the company’s service offerings. ACT I prides itself in low turnover, and recognizes that competitive salaries represent only one aspect to the problem of achieving and maintaining a satisfied and productive workforce.
• Profit-Sharing Plan: discretionary employer annual contributions with a vesting schedule.
• Safe Harbor: an employer contribution of total compensation with no vesting schedule.
• 401k: pre-tax or post-tax deferrals with quarterly enrollment participation.
LIFE and DISABILITY. 100 % Employer paid coverage for employee Life, AD&D, and Short Term and Long Term Disability insurance policies.
MEDICAL. Employer paid health/dental for employees; family coverage available at group rate. Those employees opting out of ACT I insurance may receive reimbursement in lieu of coverage.
CAFETERIA PLAN. Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Medical and Dependent Care Reimbursement IAW IRS limits.
LEAVE. All Major Holidays and Comprehensive Leave which increase with years of service.
PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE BONUS PLAN. Annual Performance Bonus Program for outstanding performance.
OTHER PROGRAMS. Tuition assistance & training/certification reimbursement available for job related professional development.