Leidos is seeking a Global Logistics Lead to support the Next Generation Enterprise Network – Re-compete (NGEN-R) contract. NGEN-R is the largest IT services program for the Navy. Under the Service Management, Integration, and Transport portion of NGEN-R, the Leidos team will deliver the core backbone of the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet, including cybersecurity services, network operations, service desk, and data transport. Ultimately, Leidos will support the Navy in unifying its shore-based networks and data management to improve capability and service.
The Global Logistics Lead will serve as a member of the NGEN Program Management Office (PMO) to ensure operational success in execution. The ideal candidate will have previous experience leading geographically-distributed programs and teams, with a focus on IT logistics management and training. The ideal candidate will exhibit strong management and communication skills, with the ability to manage competing priorities, and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. The lead will need to exhibit an understanding of IT project management concepts, inclusive of scope, schedule, cost, resource, communication, risk, and stakeholder management. The lead will be responsible for the management of a team comprised of 10-15 logistics and training personnel, in order to manage government inventory. Additional responsibilities include the ability to determine measures required to improve, or maintain processes in order to meet customer requirements. Travel of approximately 25% will be required.
Responsible for performing full life cycle maintenance and integrated product support (IPS) of government furnished property in accordance with FAR Part 45. Duties may include controlling the flow of goods, services and information between the point of origin through customer placement in order to meet customer requirements, as well as ensure the execution and improvement of standard logistic processes.
Oversee the development, integration and management of logistics actions associated with the life cycle management of hardware and software components.
Responsible for the management and maintenance of IT and non-IT assets; inclusive of preventative maintenance and corrective repairs of assigned assets.
Conduct due diligence tasks associated with logistics and training, pro-actively preparing for a full assumption of responsibility at a defined data.
Utilize data management systems to accurately account for all assets, and provide reports on a timely basis.
Responsible for communicating schedule impacting maintenance activities associated with hardware and software.
Lead tracking and management of warranties.
Develop and manage a complete asset inventory baseline.
Provides oversight of asset related CDRLs to include the Asset Audit Report; and Asset Management Implementation Plan.
Manage demilitarization and disposal of hardware and software in accordance with government policies and regulations.
Serve as a mentor, providing guidance associated with logistics and asset management government policies and regulations.
Responsible for the development of a geographically-dispersed team consisting of asset managers, and training coordinators/specialists.
Oversee end user training services, comprised of computer based-training, electronic classroom, web-based e-learning, and/or in person instructor led training.
Coordinate efforts with technical leadership to ensure that all scope requirements are met.
Responsible for assigned budget and meeting financial performance goals.
BA/BS degree and 12+ years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 10+ years of prior relevant experience.
Combination of strong analysis, planning, organization, and consensus-building abilities with effective resolution, negotiation, and relationship-management skills.
Strong analysis skills, with the ability to effectively communicate results to leadership and subordinates.
In-depth knowledge of logistics management processes, and associated government regulations such as: FAR Part 45; FAR 52.245-1, FAR 52.245-9; DFARS 252.246-7005 - 7006; DFARS 246.710-70; DoDI 5000.64
Prior experience developing and managing teams.
Ability to manage service level requirements associated with equipment return and repair.
Understanding of packaging, handling, storage and transportation requirements, and associated documentation.
Strong analysis skills, with the ability to identify areas of concern and develop corrective actions.
Prior experience with resource planning, labor category requirements, and requisition development.
Exhibit leadership qualities required to coordinate and lead meetings to drive progress.
Prior personnel management experience with the ability to drive successful completion of projects and deliverables.
Ability to maintain discretion associated with staffing and cost requirements
In-depth knowledge of Program/Project Management principles and concepts (WBS, PWS, IMS, RACI, Risk Management).
Ability to utilize MS Office Products to develop and maintain program documentation.
Able to multi-task, self-assign work, and function in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to succulently communicate ide.
US citizenship and currently hold a DoD SECRET security clearance.
•Prior experience with the development and management of asset inventory systems.
•Experience with the commercial-off-the-shelf life cycle processes.
•Comprehensive understanding of the logistics management processes.
Pay Range:Pay Range $110,500.00 - $170,000.00 - $229,500.00
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Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, civil, and health markets. The company’s 43,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $12.30 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2021. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
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