Eng Technologist I
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BAE Systems in Keyport, WA, is seeking a candidate to support Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Keyport Obsolescence Management Information System (OMIS) to access material readiness and determine parts availability for multiple military platforms/systems.
- Review, research, and validate parts type, parts characteristic, sourcing issue statements, and commercial off-the shelf (COTS) data cited in OMIS databases.
- Adjust and correct parts data to ensure validity of the data reflected in OMIS database.
- Investigate part Equivalency Technical Assistance requests by gathering specifications and data sheets for various electronic, mechanical and electro-mechanical COTS, and other supporting components using existing DoD Logistical information systems (i.e. FEDLOG, DoD EMALL, Navy One Touch, and Pin Point)
- Evaluate technical characteristics between primary and potential alternate/equivalent parts and develop recommendations for suitability of proposed solutions to resolve obsolescence issues.
- Summarize finding and recommendations in a Government provided report format.
A competitive candidate will possess a unique combination of: Ability to determine production status and availability of OMIS items defined by the customer; a high degree of attention to detail and accuracy; high proficiency with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets; self-starting and ability to work independently; able to function as part of an excellent, well-established team; creative thinking and perseverance.
The successful candidate will also have a good working knowledge of supply chain management that includes the governing supply systems (Army, Navy and DoD), programs, policies, nomenclature, work methods, manuals or other established guidelines.
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