BryceTech has partnered with technology and R&D clients to deliver mission and business success for nearly 20 years. Bryce combines core competencies in analytics and engineering with domain expertise. Our teams help government agencies, Fortune 500 firms, and investors manage complex programs, develop IT tools, and forecast critical outcomes. We offer clients proprietary, research-based models that enable evidence-based decision-making. Bryce cultivates a culture of engagement and partnership with our clients. BryceTech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Supply Chain Subject Matter Expert

BryceTech is currently looking for a Supply Chain Subject Matter Expert. This position will be supporting a high-visibility ASPR client managing over $2B in portfolio value with a variety of needs including support to the project team, acquisition program, and industry outreach efforts. This role will support the development and management of innovative government programs to expand the industrial base for public health sector medical technology.

  • Perform market analysis, industry engagement, requirements definition, cross-agency/department collaboration (FDA, DoD, Commerce, White House), and acquisition process activities to expand current industrial base capacities for medical devices, equipment.
  • Perform technical evaluation of subsequent contract proposals and post-award contract monitoring to include proposed supply chain strategies, business strategies, and key management personnel evaluation.
  • Serve as the supply chain and logistics liaison for industry engagement to find and cultivate innovative technologies aimed at bringing the latest solutions to future health security threats, such as platform technologies for small molecule and biologics manufacturing.
  • Conduct targeted supply chain risk assessments providing suggested disruption mitigation strategies. Areas of focus include disruptive activity such as congestion at sea and air ports, road and rail transportation hubs, labor shortages, and inventory shortages.
  • Provide weekly supply chain update reports for use across ASPR on both global supply chain conditions and specific medical/pharmaceutical supply chain commodities, as required.
  • Provide support for Industry Outreach and Response processes including, but not limited to supply chain risk management and emergency management operations and developments as required
  • Support the review of business systems and tools designed to support client operations
  • Identify business systems and tools to support project, program, and portfolio operations
  • Support Program Management Office operations and serve as the day-to-day point of contact between the client and corporate leadership
  • Must be Fully Vaccinated
  • Master’s degree in Logistics, Supply Chain or similar field. CSCP preferred
  • 15+ years’ experience with supply chain analysis and logistics
  • Experience with federal government acquisition programs.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Proficiency with all MS Office product and Adobe Acrobat

BryceTech offers a full range of benefits, including competitive salary, a comprehensive health plan including dental and vision coverage, company-paid life & disability insurance policies, 401(k) plan with company match, and an educational reimbursement program.

In September 2021, the US government issued new federal vaccine guidance that certain government contractors must adhere to. BryceTech is a covered federal contractor and so, based on this guidance, our US-based employees are required to be vaccinated, and show proof of vaccination, by Dec. 8, 2021. What does this mean for you as a potential candidate? It means that if you were to join BryceTech, you would need to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8, 2021, or by your hire date (whichever is later) to be eligible to start in the role. As a condition of employment, you would need to submit official COVID-19 vaccine documentation. BryceTech will consider and review reasonable accommodation requests based on medical or religious grounds for qualified candidates. Please consider this new requirement when applying to BryceTech.

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