Integrated Logistics Support Officer

Job Title: Integrated Logistics Support Officer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: PR/008125_1635902875
Contact Name: Simmi Vakharia
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 03, 2021 12:27

Job Description

  • Immediate start
  • Adelaide, Canberra location
  • Minimum NV1 clearance required up front


Finite is an Australian owned award-winning independent ICT recruitment company that currently supplies to many of the country's largest banks, telecommunications, commercial and State and Federal Government organisations. Finite has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland and Wellington.

The role

Seeking a NV1 cleared ILS Officer will assist with the requirements definition, planning, monitoring and controlling of project.

The requirements:

  • Develop and/or contribute to the Project Execution Strategy (PES) and Government Furnished Material (GFM) plan
  • Contribute to Smart Buyer activities and documentation
  • Develop and update ILS documentation, including a range of technical management strategies and plans; including examination of Operating Support, Engineering Support, Maintenance Support, Supply Support and Training Support
  • Participate in analysis tasks to identify Fundamental Inputs to Capability (FIC) and expression of FIC requirements

The skills required for the role:

  • Previous experience within the ADF Capability Life Cycle
  • Experience with Government Procurement, more specifically Defence procurement
  • Stakeholder Management for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Experience in a logistics environment in acquisition ILS, in-service logistics, sustainment or asset management
  • Experience in the application of Logistical Support Analysis (LSA) activities and the relationship to Test and Evaluation

To be considered please send in your application to Simmi and you can call on 02 6243 6460 to discuss further.

Finite actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people