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Logistics Analyst



  • Performs system fault analysis, life cycle maintenance and integrated product support (IPS) of major systems.

  • Controls the efficient flow of goods, services and information between point of origin through customer placement in order to meet customer requirements. May also plan, schedule and manage the efficient movement of material from receiving or the warehouse to production.

  • Develops raw material requirements and scheduling requirements from engineering specifications and production schedules and plans and manages material movement with purchasing, warehouse, and production.

  • Ensures the execution and continuous improvement of standard logistic processes. Logistics functions encompass maintenance, supply, transportation and logistics plans. Inherently included as logistics tasks are program formulation, policy planning, coordination, inspection, integrated logistics processes, joint planning logistics, acquisition and wholesale logistics, product support, asset visibility, material management and supervision (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content. Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee). Frequent use and application of industry practices, techniques, and standards. General application of concepts and principles.

  • Receives assignments in the form of objectives and establishes goals to meet outlined objectives.

  • PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Participates in the development of solutions to a variety of problems moderate in scope and complexity. Often refers to policies, procedures and practices for guidance.

  • FREEDOM TO ACT: Works under general direction on routine work. May receive detailed instructions on new projects or assignments. Follows established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment, overall adequacy and accuracy.

  • IMPACT: Contributes to the completion of organizational projects and goals. Errors in judgment or failure to achieve results would normally require a moderate expenditure of resources to correct.

  • LIASON: Frequent internal company and external contacts. Represents organization on specific projects.

  • Incumbent will serve as the liaison between Naval Supply (NAVSUP) and the Polymers and Undersea Sensors Branch (Code: GXPS) working with OneTouch, Navy ERP (N-ERP), Navy Data Environment (NDE), and Naval Vessel Register (NVR).  Responsibilities will include the tracking and reporting of health analysis of projects and identify all system Backorders, Casualty Repairs (CASREPs), and Planned Position Requirements (PPRs) for all GXPS/customer tasking which drives repair and manufacturing objectives.

  • Incumbent will analyze and correspond with all Regional Maintenance Centers (RMCs) and New Construction Shipyards to evaluate schedules and monitor shipments of repairable carcasses sent back to the Designated Overhaul Point/Depot Supply Point.

  • Coordinate all repair and new construction estimates/costs and projected quantities for each NSN/NIIN. Investigate issues and coordinate shipments of the TR-343 Transducer P/N 7344014G001, Trunk Cable P/N 8338906-1 and -2, and Stave Cable P/N 8338913-1 and -2 with NAVSUP; these are restricted items and all requisitions must have the Crane approval prior to any requisition. 

  • Incumbent will administer the induction and shipment of TR-343 Transducers from the Fleet to Crane Depot. Maintain the Shipyard Availability Schedule utilizing the NDE network by researching changes in ship schedules and using N-ERP to forecast the repair/production requirements needed to sustain sufficient stock of assets.

  • Candidate will develop and organize the TR-343 Support Plan to reflect the long-term effects of the shipyard availability needs against the limited quantity of NAVSUP assets driving long-term production/repair goals for the TR-343 NAVSUP repair units for availabilities and of NAVSEA new build units for DDG new construction and CG47 class conversions.



  • 3 years’ experience working with underwater sensors and Bachelor's degree desired.

  • Active Secret Clearance required (Clearance must be listed in JPAS).

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CRANE, Indiana
United States
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