Logistics Analyst Jobs in District of Columbia
5 District of Columbia Logistics Analyst jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 5 of 5
-Best filled by a recently retired USN Supply Corps O-4, O-5 -Specialty experience: Mechanicsburg, OPNAV Staff, NAVSEA, and or Acquisition experience highly desired. -Location: Washington Navy Yard -Security Clearance Secret required -Immediate opening Duties and Responsibilities: This Position requires at least 10 years of experience in the Navy/DoD acquisition environment. The candidate sho...
Alion is actively seeking a creative, highly talented individual with submarine logistics expertise to support a US Navy submarine program. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Provide logistics and administrative support to a submarine program. Provide support to process integration teams (PITs). Includes the gathering and analysis of information on product plans and project objectiv...
Senior Logistics Analyst (PBUSE)(91857) Logistics - Analyst USA-VA-Ft Belvoir Security Clearance:Secret Clearance Status:Must be Current Schedule:Full Time : Type of Travel:Continental US Percent of Travel Required:Up to 25% Description Position Summary: The Contractor shall perform logistic program activities from conceptual stage through life cycle of product. Duties and Responsibili...
LOGISTICS ANALYST 1(91695) Logistics - Analyst USA-MD-Aberdeen Security Clearance:Secret Clearance Status:Must be Current Schedule:Full Time : Type of Travel:Local Percent of Travel Required:Up to 10% Description CACI requires a Logistician for our group in Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. This position requires a US Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance. Duti...
Navy Ship Logistics Analyst, Washington Navy Yard(90889) Logistics - Analyst USA-DC-Washington Security Clearance:NACI Clearance Status:Must be Current Schedule:Full Time : Type of Travel:Local Percent of Travel Required:Up to 10% Description Duties and Responsibilities: CACI has an immediate opening for a Navy Ship Logistics Analyst to support the Naval Sea Systems Command Surface Warf...
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$32,000.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Logistics Analyst in District of Columbia
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Maintains logistics operations by defining logistics requirements; collecting, analyzing, and interpreting logistics situation; preparing reports.
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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2006
Ability to establish and maintain a database
Ability to evaluate logistical forecasts and develop methods to improve them
Ability to forecast logistical requirements through integration of diverse data sources
Collects logistics information by developing and synchronizing collection tasks; issuing requests; importing, abstracting, correlating, and indexing data; participating on multi-disciplinary teams.
Manage subcontractor activities, reviewing proposals, developing performance specifications, and serving as liaisons between subcontractors and organizations.
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