Logistics Analyst-LRS HC-130 J Model Airframe and Power Plant

Employer
Aptive
Location
Elizabeth City, NC
Posted
Aug 01, 2022
Closes
Aug 31, 2022
Ref
2022-1433
Function
IT
Hours
Full Time
Job Summary

Aptive is currently seeking a Logistics Analyst-(LRS HC-130 J Model Airframe and Power Plant) to support our Mission Support Services business line, on a program for the United States Coast Guard (USCG)

Aptive is a modern consulting firm focused on human experience, digital services, and business transformation. We harness creativity, technology, and culture to connect people and systems to impact the world. We're advisors, strategists and engineers focused on people, above all else.

We believe in generating success collaboratively, leaving client organizations stronger after every engagement, and building trust for the next big challenge.

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) provides centralized logistics support for all USCG aviation missions. As the sole industrial complex for USCG aviation, ALC provides: depot level maintenance, engineering, supply, procurement, acquisition, and information services. ALC's mission supports twenty-five (25) USCG aviation units that operate approximately two hundred (200) aircraft. These air stations are located throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Additionally, ALC supports USCG Headquarters, Aviation Technical Training Center (ATTC), and USCG Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC). Technical Support Services are required to support the mission of ALC in various divisions: Engineering Services Division (ESD), Operational Division (OPS), Medium Range Surveillance (MRS), Medium Range Recovery (MRR), Long Range Surveillance (LRS), Safety and Environmental Health Office (SEHO), and the Support Equipment (SE). Other ALC divisions may be added at a later date.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Monitor changes to OEM, USCG and other services technical directives relating to logistics support (e.g., maintenance , technical data, support and test equipment,facilities, supply support, packaging, handling, storage, transportation, training, training devices and computer resources, design interface (e.g., reliability, maintainability, availability, safety, human factors, commonality, modularity, system architecture)), configuration management and deficiencies for applicability to USCG aircraft and submit recommendations for action to the applicable engineering cell leader for Government action. Act on Government recommendations. Track and provide status of approved recommendations through implementation.
  • Initiate, conduct, and complete SPBO projects, including full and limitedscreen
  • Coordinate own activity with Product Line Manager, Engineering Cell and Supply Cell. Provide information regarding potential cost avoidance of each SPBO Submit all documentation and recommendations to the Government for acceptance. IAW ALCINST 4200.3 (series).
  • Conduct market research to collect and assemble information including, but not limited to, technical data packages, price, availability, quality initiatives in relation to ANSI and ISO 9000 requirements, source approval and validation process, vendor capabilities, vendor past Market research may include sitesurveys to verify information previously assembled. Coordinate own efforts with Government's for additional site surveys.
  • Conduct reverse engineering efforts, including, but not limited to, assemble Level III technical data packages, request creation of technical drawings, review drafts ofdrawings for accuracy, coordinate ALC local manufacture of parts, coordinate or conduct first article and prototype installation or testing of newly manufactured parts, including the Form, Fit and Function process.
    • Identify, assess and recommend resolution for reliability andmaintainability
    • Submit all documentation and recommendations to theGovernment for
    • IAW ALCINST 10 (series), CGTO PG-85-00-250-A and ALCINST 13020.14 (series).
  • Write, review and update policy, procedure and process documents, including,but not limited to, technical manuals, MPCs, TCTOs, ESRs, SRs, PQDRs, ACCB requests, COMDTINST manuals, process guides, IAW applicable ALC and USCG applicable documented guidelines and generally acceptedcommercial or military maintenance or design processes.
  • Generate SICRs for applicable aircraft parts. Submit each SICR with backup documentation to the Government for IAW ALCINST 5213.1(series). Review SICRs generated by other sources and recommendAMC/AMSC and flight criticality codes to the Government. Submit recommendations for Government acceptance.
  • Generate TCTOs for applicable aircraft sub-systems, and/or parts IAW CGTO PG-85-00- 40-A. Assist in validation and verification of TCTOs. Submit TCTO documentation to the Government for acceptance.
  • Track parts that are required and ordered by the Government for TCTO Create TCTO kits using Government-provided parts. Delivery information and kits to Government for acceptance.
  • Generate ACCB packages IAW CGTO PG-85-00-70-A. Submit the product tothe Government for acceptance.
  • Generate Engineering Service Submit information to theGovernment for acceptance. Conform ALCINST 13020.11 (series).
  • Write MPCs that will enable technicians to properly sustain the aircraft IAW CGTOPG- 85-00-230-A. Submit MPC documentation to the Government for acceptance.
  • Write engineering specifications, including schematics and figures, whichdocument approved depot-level repairs and processes. Submit product to the Government for
  • Review CG-22s recommendations for change to aeronautical publications that are submitted via the ATIP for applicability, relevance and technical requirements.Submit recommendations for action or Government acceptance. Act on approved recommendations IAW CGTO PG-85-00-230-A, CGTO PG-85-00-23-A, CGTOPG-85- 00-110-A and COMDTINST M13020.1 (series).
  • Review drafts of technical publications and technical drawings, including wiring diagrams, for content and Submit recommendation for action forGovernment acceptance. Act on approved recommendations.
  • Assist in investigation of Submit recommendations for action forGovernment acceptance. Act on approved recommendations.
  • Provide troubleshooting assistance to air
  • Provide data on an ad hoc basis that includes the following:
    • Serial numbers of equipment in new aircraft or equipment that will beenrolled in
    • Information available in
    • Aircraft specification contained in existing documents or sources


Minimum Qualifications

  • Five (5) years' experience troubleshooting C-130J with aircraft, airframe and powerplant systems maintenance manuals including, but not limited to:
      • Air-conditioning
      • Equipment and Furnishings
      • Fire protection
      • Flight controls
      • Fuel
      • Hydraulic power
      • Ice/rain protection
      • Landing gear
      • Pneumatics
      • Auxiliary power
      • Engine
      • Engine subsystem
      • Propeller
  • Documentation of experience shall be provided along with a summary ofcompleted projects above.
  • Minimum three (3) years' of experience on the AE2100D3 engines and shallhave demonstrated experience with all aspects of engine maintenance and overhaul.
  • Minimum five (5) years' of documented and demonstrated experience developing
  • HC-130J prototypes and implementing airframe and power plant modificationsincluding hands-on implementation and technical data development (text, drawing schematic and diagrams). Documented experience provided shall give examples and instances of incorporation of information into HC-130J aircraft technical publications.
  • Able to locate, monitor and evaluate other services' and OEM technical changedirectives within maintenance, engineering, and logistics disciplines for applicability to USCG aircraft or support systems for direct or indirect application to the applicable aircraft program and provide logically justified recommended action.
  • Demonstrated and documented experience developing and writing MPCs including schematics and figures.
  • Demonstrated and documented experience submitting CG-22 to correct or updateMPCs and other publications.
  • Demonstrated and documented experience writing engineering specificationsincluding schematics and figures for the express purpose of documenting approved depot level repairs and processes.
  • Able to read and interpret manufacturer blue prints and technical drawings and understand engineering specifications to resolve engineering technical
  • Demonstrated and documented ability to work on complex engineeringprojects that require thorough research and coordination with engineering personnel.
  • Able to provide aircraft technical specifications and support for aircraft Support is for the purchasing of new AGSE or troubleshooting existing AGSE.
  • Demonstrated and documented ability to work
  • Have demonstrated and documented ability to solve technical aircraft issues and the ability to make recommendations to engineering for repair or fabrication ofaircraft parts or airframe repairs.


Desired Qualifications

  • Previous experience with the Coast Guard highly preferred


Client Information

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) provides centralized logistics support for all USCG aviation missions. As the sole industrial complex for USCG aviation, ALC provides: depot level maintenance, engineering, supply, procurement, acquisition, and information services. ALC's mission supports twenty-five (25) USCG aviation units that operate approximately two hundred (200) aircraft. These air stations are located throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Additionally, ALC supports USCG Headquarters, Aviation Technical Training Center (ATTC), and USCG Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC). Technical Support Services are required to support the mission of ALC in various divisions: Engineering Services Division (ESD), Operational Division (OPS), Medium Range Surveillance (MRS), Medium Range Recovery (MRR), Long Range Surveillance (LRS), Safety and Environmental Health Office (SEHO), and the Support Equipment (SE). Other ALC divisions may be added at a later date.

About Aptive

At Aptive, we know compelling communication motivates people and inspires acion. We know technology empowers performance and fuels change. We understand how partnerships expand an organization's reach. Our people change the way organizations operate, creating measurable value for our clients, end users and society.

EEO Statement

Aptive is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, parental status, veteran status, age, disability, or any other protected class.

Veterans, members of the Reserve and National Guard, and transitioning active-duty service members are highly encouraged to apply.

COVID 19 Vaccine Statement

This position supports a federal government contract and is subject to government vaccination mandates or other customer vaccination requirements. All new hires are required to report their vaccination status and proof of vaccination, or an adjudicated accommodation may be required for employment.

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