Aircraft Logistics Analyst

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ManTech, a well-respected industry leader, is actively seeking talented professionals eager to support mission critical programs and solve some of the toughest problems critical to our great Nation s security.
ManTech is seeking an experienced Aircraft Logistics Analyst for an emerging, cutting edge platform at our operations in FRC Northwest Whidbey Island, WA.
This is an opportunity that offers the ability to obtain your Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) certification.
The Ideal candidate must have significant Navy or Marine Corp aviation maintenance experience with an understanding of Depot level maintenance and Reliability Centered Maintenance ( RCM). Must be familiar with corrosion control and prevention techniques. Background in RCM and Master Training Specialist highly desired. Knowledge of Depot level PMI/IMC program helpful.
Duties & Responsibilities:
o Collect data on O-Level maintenance discrepancies and activities to enhance corrosion prevention, inspection, detection and repair methodologies
o Provide in-service corrosion training to all levels of squadron personnel in proper inspection, detection and treatment methods
o Report data as needed to support metrics reporting as required by the FST that demonstrates that this effort is having a measurable positive effect on the aircraft material condition in general
o Observe O-Level Focus Area List (FAL) and PMI specification areas and provide guidance to address corrosion prone areas.
o Provide O-Level guidance on data entry inconsistencies to improve RCM data collection and analysis
o Provide real time data to the FST-IMC/RCM Lead on emerging corrosion concerns
o Report recommendations to reduce corrosion ISR and Planner and Estimator (P&E) repairs and update FAL requirements to improve incoming aircraft material conditions for PMI events
Secret Clearance is REQUIRED
Key Words: O level, Depot, aviation, airline, corrosion, reliability, aviation maintenance, TAT, ISR, P&E, IMC.

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