Logistics Engineer Technical Specialist

Job Locations US-VA-Chantilly
Requisition ID
Position Category
Top Secret/SCI w/Poly
Space & Intelligence


Working as part of a larger operations team, the logistics engineer will be monitoring and managing assets and logistical requirements for customer at CONUS and OCONUS sites. Develop, evaluate, monitor, and supervise logistics plans and programs including materials and equipment for deployments. Maintain and track logistical requirements through documentation on customer networks affecting assets and logistics. Process customer orders and executing deliveries to meet operational and customer requirements. Candidates to be considered must have an active TS/SCI clearance with a Full Scope Polygraph.


BS 10-12, MS 8-10, Phd 5-7, requires 10yrs experience in lieu of degree and/or Air Force AFSC 2G0X1 or comparable school. Experience with use of database management systems to track and maintain large logistical requirements. Experience in operations relocation in OCONUS environments. Logistics Engineer have the opportunity to deploy overseas in support of operations.

Peraton Overview

Peraton drives missions of consequence spanning the globe and extending to the farthest reaches of the galaxy. As the world’s leading mission capability integrator and transformative enterprise IT provider, we deliver trusted and highly differentiated national security solutions and technologies that keep people safe and secure. Peraton serves as a valued partner to essential government agencies across the intelligence, space, cyber, defense, civilian, health, and state and local markets. Every day, our employees do the can’t be done, solving the most daunting challenges facing our customers.

Target Salary Range

$112,000 - $179,000. This represents the typical salary range for this position based on experience and other factors.


An Equal Opportunity Employer including Disability/Veteran.


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