Life Cycle Material Management Technician
Life Cycle Material Management Technician
Region: National Capital Region
Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time
Security Clearance: Secret (Level 2)
Language Requirements: English
Job Reference Number: 37494 - LK
ADGA delivers strategic insight, world-class technology and service excellence in Defence, Security and Enterprise Computing to clients in the Federal Government, other levels of government and in the private sector. In a world driven by convergence, ADGA provides the expertise and innovation that organizations need to remain secure, efficient and productive. This rests on an outstanding track record built since 1967, safeguarding some of Canada’s most critical assets. Headquartered in Ottawa, with offices across Canada, ADGA is a privately owned Canadian company that employs more than 800 employees, technical consultants and subject matter experts.
We are guided by a set of ethical values of Respect, Loyalty and Trust and a commitment to excellence, which define us and guide our organizational conduct.
We are currently looking for a Life Cycle Material Management Technician for one of our opportunities in the National Capital Region.
Life-cycle materiel management is the effective and efficient management of assets from the identification of requirements to the disposal of the assets. Materiel management strategies must always consider the full life-cycle costs and benefits of the alternatives for meeting program requirements. By using life-cycle costing techniques, departments can evaluate the total costs to the Crown of owning or leasing an asset before it is acquired. This evaluation is accomplished by considering such factors as the current value of the costs of future operation, maintenance, and disposal, in addition to initial and ongoing capital costs. Estimating life-cycle costs also creates standards by which costs can be monitored and controlled after acquisition. By adopting this approach to the management of materiel, departments can ensure that their materiel management and asset management decisions are financially prudent and represent the best value to the Crown.
- Conducting engineering studies and analysis to provide technical solutions to stated technical/logistic or operational requirements/problems including preparation of Engineering Changes (ECs)
- Defining standards and criteria relevant to equipment or systems maintenance;
- Preparing, modifying or updating specifications and drawings;
- Preparing, modifying or updating maintenance handbooks, parts lists, operating manuals and technical instructions and orders;
- Performing configuration management;
- Performing analysis of maintenance, repair and overhaul data;
- Investigating Unsatisfactory Condition Reports (UCRs) and Technical Failure Reports (TFRs);
- Preparing technical statements of requirement, draft specifications and purchase descriptions;
- Preparing data for initial provisioning and repair parts scaling;
- Reviewing the design, development, manufacture, installation and testing of prototype modifications;
- Preparing support cost option analysis for systems and equipment;
- Reviewing disposal certificates, making appropriate recommendations
- Technologist diploma or equivalent military training and experience;
- Previous experience in life cycle materiel management
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
- Ability to work independently
- Eligibility for Secret Clearance
- Experience business planning and budgeting
- Experience estimating acquisition, use and operating, and disposal costs
- Experience operating, using, maintaining and disposing of materiel
- Experience in assessing investment planning and asset acquisition
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Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. If accommodation is required, it is requested that you contact ADGA’s Accessibility Officer.