Life Cycle Logistics Management Analyst

Fort Belvoir, Virginia, United States | Full-time


Augustine Consulting, Inc. a professional services firm providing select services to national defense agencies, seeks a Lifecycle Logistics Management Analyst to serve as a part of the Company’s Systems Engineering team that supports  PM Soldier Protection and Individual Equipment (PM SPIE). The Lifecycle Logistics Management Analyst will provide senior level logistics expertise and advice throughout the acquisition process and lifecycle phases.


As a Lifecycle Logistics Management Analyst, you will:

  • Provide senior-level logistics expertise.
  • Integrate and plan for the 12 Integrated Product Support Elements (IPSE) in all phases of the sustainment and acquisition processes.
  • Interface with ASAALT, AMC, LCMC, PEO Soldier, ATEC, AEC, CASCOM, MCOE, and other PEOs and PM on logistics requirements.
  • Establish and assist in the planning, developing, coordinating, defending and executing all aspects of the PEO/PMs’ Life Cycle Logistics support under the processes of DoD acquisition and sustainment.
  • Produce acquisition logistics documentation in support of the PEO/PMs products.
  • Perform and develop plans and projects, determines needs, investigates and resolves problems, interfaces with other functions and stakeholders, prepares capital assets and operating requests, and manages functional areas.
  • Assist in logistics automation using enterprise planning tools (GCSS-Army, DPAS, LMP, and etc.) for acquisition and sustainment operations
  • Direct the activities of a group of applicable stakeholders in order to conduct focused strategic planning and analysis for all life-cycle management functions.
  • Provide Air Drop Liaison support IAW with PWS 3.4.14


A Lifecycle Logistic Management Analyst who fits our team is:

  • Dynamic: contributes energy and enthusiasm to our daily tasks, to the team’s interactions, and to the Company’s mission.
  • Thorough: possesses an unparalleled work ethic; produces complete, even polished products; persistent; mission-focused; asks “Why?” as often as necessary to get to the root of the matter.
  • Mature: respects others’ opinions, beliefs, and culture; listens to ideas, shares thoughts, and works independently and together to contribute insights to the company’s leaders.
  • Forthright: speaks with conviction; argues based on understanding, respectfully.
  • Inquisitive: seeks deeper explanations of how systems work, not the surface-level description of the actors involved; goes beyond “stick-fetching” to connect the unconnected.
  • Timely: shows up, ready to think, prepared to get on with the day’s assignments; contributes analytical insights that meet time-sensitive, reasonable requests.
  • Honest: knows what’s right, what’s legal, what’s appropriate; acts accordingly.
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree and greater than 10 years’ experience.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen.
  • DAWIA level III certification in Lifecycle Logistics or the equivalent.
  • Thorough understanding of lifecycle logistics regulations and policies including DoD 5000 series, AR 70-1, AR 700-127, and AR 700-142.
  • Competency in communications, leadership, automated logistics systems, team and risk management.
  • Must have the ability to communicate with executive management to ensure program related issues are addressed.
  • Have the ability to think and act independently in a distributed work situation.
  • Must possess a SECRET clearance.
Desired Qualifications:
A thorough understanding of operating a computer, which includes Microsoft Office 365 Suite of applications.
Possess the ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Ability to obtain a TOP SECRET Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) security clearance.

Clearance: Applicants selected will be subject to a background investigation and social media screening and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.