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Raytheon Technologies Maintenance Technical Planner in Woburn, Massachusetts

About Us:

At Raytheon Missiles & Defense, by combining our vast resources and investments we are able to dedicate ourselves to solving mission-level vs. product-level customer challenges – together we can anticipate more, move faster and make a bigger impact on the big picture.

Whole Life Engineering (WLE) is responsible for ensuring our products are Safe, Reliable, Maintainable and delivered on time. WLE consists of multiple disciplines that support engineering, our program offices and our customers. Our WLE disciplines participate in the total life cycle of our products from conception to deactivation. Our focus area is product support, including the following disciplines: Reliability System Safety and Supportability.

Job Summary:

The Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) Program has a need for a Maintenance Technical Planner for the Army Navy / Transportable Radar Surveillance Model ‐ 2 (AN/TPY ‐ 2) Radars.

As a Maintenance Technical Planner you’re the liaison between the deployed asset (and supporting personnel), the Program Management Office, the customer, and the engineering staff to ensure all assets are upgraded and maintained appropriately to support availability to the mission.

Your responsibilities will include logistics support to the radars including managing spares, repair parts, consumables, test equipment and procurement of field change notice kits.

Responsibilities to Anticipate:

Responsibilities include:

  • Planning Quarterly Maintenance Periods (QMPs). This includes Non-Conformance material, prioritized CN's, Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services, required Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and special materials

  • Supporting weekly Change Notices (CN’s) burn down / CN status meetings

  • Coordinating Quarterly Maintenance Periods with Site Team, Missile Defense Agency Leadership, and Warfighter community

  • Coordinating Job Hazard Analyses and Logistics Impact Statements for planned CNs

  • Variances and other major maintenance field activities with Safety and Logistics leadership

  • Supporting weekly engineering tag up meetings regarding site maintenance, issues and material requirements

  • Supporting Failure Review Boards

  • Reviewing and supporting Procedural Change Instructions submitted by Radar Site to ensure incorporation and alignment into the Program Standard Operating Procedures

  • Interfacing with the Material Consolidation Point (MCP) to insure timely material deliveries

    An advanced degree can be substituted for additional years of experience as follows: Master’s is equal to 2 years of experience or a Ph.D. is equal to 4 years of experience.

    This role requires 15% international and 5% domestic travel.

    Qualifications You Must Have:

    Education: Bachelor’s Degree or an additional 2 years of relevant professional experience may be substituted for each 1 year of college.

    Employment Experience:

  • 6+ years of logistics or supply chain experience in a military or civilian environment.

  • Experience with either procurement, restock strategies, obsolescence or repair & return.

  • Experience operating from or supporting logistics or supply chain activities for remote sites or OCONUS locations.

  • An active and in-scope Secret US security clearance.

    Qualifications We Value:

  • Experience negotiating with and presenting to government customers such as the Missile Defense Agency DoD, DCMA or military agency.

  • Experience with the Automated Logistics Control System (ALCS) Tool

  • Experience with international import/export regulatory compliance and controls.

  • Experience interfacing with and supporting US and International Government Program Offices.

  • PRISM experience

  • Experience supporting the Warfighter community’s operational evaluations or training events.

    What We Offer: Whether you’re just starting out on your career journey or are an experienced professional, we offer a robust total rewards package that goes above and beyond with compensation; healthcare, wellness, retirement and work/life benefits; career development and recognition programs. Some of the superior benefits on offer include parental (including paternal) leave, flexible work schedules, achievement awards, educational assistance and child/adult backup care.

    Additional Details:

    This job is posted internally as: Sr. Engineering Logistics Specialist II


Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.