LMI has an exciting opportunity for a supporting the , the Army’s total lifecycle manager for all medical equipment within both the deployed and fixed environments. Within , the principal skills and technologies focus on the medical logistician’s role in lifecycle management, sustaining and modernizing the medical force, supporting exercises and surge operations, promoting medical logistics information and knowledge and ensuring the warfighter and families are medically cared for with the highest quality and standards available today. The is also responsible for the .
· Supporting the Program Manager for Medical Devices - Assemblage Management (MD-AM) and team, managing the authorized non-expendable, durable, and expendable components required within the Class VIII unit assemblages throughout their lifecycle to ensure the warfighter has the necessary equipment and material to meet their assigned mission essential tasks
· Responsible for providing healthcare delivery subject matter expertise to include providing assistance and guidance on clinical and operational issues, along with items within the Army sets, kits, and outfits.
· Familiar with Army deployable Roles of Care 1-3
· Apply clinical decision making and knowledge to provide medical item equivalence substitution and replacement recommendation during routine catalog maintenance actions.
· Consolidate the number of sustainment lines through the coordinated standardization of items within and across deployable medical assemblages according to current best clinical practices.
· Continually survey the healthcare marketplace to provide dynamic evaluation, improvement, and adjustment of the unit assemblages to provide recommendations of new technologies and capabilities to enhance lifesaving care.
· Analyze and interpret clinical discussions in medical after-action reports to trend current practices and ensure inclusion of appropriate equipment and supplies in deployable medical assemblages.
· Access Defense Logistics Agency websites to conduct research and evaluation of medical material and equipment for sustainment of assigned Sets, Kits, and Outfits (SKO’s).
· Assist in establishing criteria and evaluating medical equipment in concert with other ARMY and DOD agencies.
· Work independently with little immediate supervision.
· Primary job functions typically require exercising independent judgment.
· A high school diploma
· Experience in medical equipment and device support acquisition, fielding, and sustainment.
· Ability to utilize office automation equipment, including computers, photocopiers, telephones, and telefax machines.
· Will be required to interface and utilize DoD and USAMMA systems such as Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System (TEWLS), Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army), Medical Materiel Information Portal (MMIP), Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), Defense Medical Logistics Information System (DMLIS) Standard Study Number-Line Item Number Automated Management and Integrating System (SLAMIS), Defense Travel System (DTS), General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), Army Enterprise Equipping System (AE2S) as required by individual taskings.