CLEARANCE:  Secret **This position requires a Secret Clearance, Active on the first day of performance.**
POSITION TITLE:  Subject Matter Expert II
LOCATION:  Tampa, Florida

Sehlke Consulting is a looking for a Manager to support SOCOM. This work provides Logistics Support services which include, draft policies, provide Support Agreement Manager (SAM) services, and procurement system services within the Plan-to-stock, Acquire-to-Retire, and Order-to-Cash business processes. 

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following disciplines: Logistics or SCM, Accounting or Finance, Information Technology, or Business Management or Business Administration  OR 10 years’ combined experience in Logistics, Supply, Warehouse or Item Management
• 5 years of experience with DoD or other federal agency in Item/Material Management
• 5 years of experience with HQ level supply chain logistics operations
• 5 years of experience with HQ level Program management
• Performs supervisory/management duties for all personnel assigned to the Item Manager team; responsible for and controls all daily tasks/operations.
• Responsible for planning, managing, and coordinating logistics supply chain support for all team assigned major systems or subsystems.
• Oversees integration functions of supply, maintenance, spares procurement, and quality assurance into logistics activities required to sustain fielded systems.
• Assists PEO/Product Support Managers (PSM) in the establishment of acquisition milestones as they pertain to sustainment/supply chain management and monitors product support providers throughout the supply chain to ensure schedules are met, deficiencies are identified, and required adjustments are made.
• Analyzes planning and programming documents to determine the nature and scope of acquisition efforts throughout the life-cycle to determine scope, interface requirements, policy issues, and performance criteria impacting current and transitioning systems.
• Assists PEO/PSM to implement Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) plans and milestones as directed by policy and guidance to provide the best product for the user, ensuring the most effective and economical means of support are considered and planned for during all stages of a system’s life cycle.
• Ensures comprehensive consideration of all factors that impact the logistic supply chain with regard to design and support, including emerging technologies, testing, spares procurement strategy, supply support, product support providers, and any required field/depot training.
• Evaluates supply chain alternatives from the standpoint of life cycle cost and other trade-off parameters to ensure optimal use of product support providers and resources without degrading operational readiness.
• Recommends deviations from plans based on costs, schedules, and performance to accommodate incorporation of new equipment and/or requirements into assigned systems.
• Develops and validates internal controls and recommends policy and regulatory changes, as well as program enhancements when needed.
• In collaboration with PSM, act as Item Manager to gather facts, analyze data, and develop conclusions relative to any life cycle matters having a significant impact on solutions to problems requiring command attention because of their criticality or involvement with high-level policy.
• Performs program level ICP management/maintenance functions with APSR.
• Receive and stay up to date with any APSR required training.
 Founded in 2011, Sehlke Consulting is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Arlington, VA – and an Equal Opportunity Employer that values the strength diversity brings to the workplace. Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.   

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