Senior Life Cycle Material Manager Technician

Mid-Senior Level
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Job Description

REF #001

ADGA has several current opportunities for Life Cycle Material Management (LCMM) Technicians.

This role will support all life cycle material management (LCMM) functions, including: Repair and Overhaul (R&O) services; spare parts; training; documentation; packaging, handling, storage and transportation; problem resolution; and other maintenance support.

Tasks will include:

  • Conduct engineering studies and analysis to provide technical solutions to stated technical/logistic or operational requirements/problems including preparation of Engineering Changes. (ECs)
  • Prepare and issue Material Change Notices (MCNs) whenever ECs affect end-items such as part numbers, drawing numbers, manufacturer’s code, quantities and applicability.
  • Define standards and criteria relevant to equipment or systems maintenance;
  • Prepare, modify or update specifications and drawings.
  • Prepare, modify or update maintenance handbooks, parts lists, operating manuals and technical instructions and orders.
  • Perform configuration management.
  • Monitor and report on material under management including cataloguing activities, spares, replacement parts, obsolescence issues, upgrade options, and divestment activities.
  • Perform analysis of maintenance, repair and overhaul data.
  • Investigate Unsatisfactory Condition Reports (UCRs) and Technical Failure Reports (TFRs)
  • Prepare technical statements of requirement, draft specifications and purchase descriptions.
  • Prepare data for initial provisioning and repair parts scaling.
  • Review the design, development, manufacture, installation and testing of prototype modifications.
  • Prepare support cost option analysis for systems and equipment.
  • Review disposal certificates, making appropriate recommendations.
  • Track and analyze updates to supported items and provide advice of impact to current equipment and systems;


  • 3+ years of demonstrated experience (within the last 5 years)
    • in the preparation of technical documentation including requirements, specification, checklists, bulletins, reports, proposals, and equipment disposal plans.
  • 4+ years of demonstrated experience performing the following tasks:
    • developing briefing notes and presentations to address technical and logistics issues pertaining to equipment.
    • liaising with stakeholders to support the life cycle management of equipment.
    • providing advice, guidance and recommendations on technical issues to support the decision making of senior management.
  • 5+ years of demonstrated experience as an LCMM on Military Command and Control Systems will be required for the more senior roles.
  • 6 + years of demonstrated experience (within the last 8 years) performing at least 6 of the following tasks:
    • using a recognized Process framework or using an LCMM Handbook.
    • working on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software (e.g. SAP) for equipment cataloguing.
    • working on ERP for coordinating equipment distribution.
    • working on ERP for maintaining and developing checklists.
    • evaluating and providing solutions to deficiencies in Technical Failure Reports (TFR) and Unsatisfactory Conditional Reports. 
    • analyzing Statements of Operational Requirements (SOR)
    • reviewing Technical Data Packages. (TDP)

Education Requirement:

  • A college diploma in Electronics, Computer Technology or a relevant technical field required to support LCSS (Land Command Support Systems/Military related) "OR"
  • A demonstrated Qualification Level 6B (QL6B) in a relevant technical field (in Canadian Forces) required to support LCSS and a demonstrated min substantive rank of Warrant Officer in the Canadian Forces.


Additional Information

  • Must be eligible and obtain the Secret Level 2 security clearance with PSPC.
  • Preference given to qualified candidates that already hold this level. We will process a Controlled Goods Assessment for the candidates hired.
  • Hybrid role. 
  • We are offering a competitive salary and benefits package! 

ADGA commits to putting diversity into action to build a stronger, more representative team and help our customers and communities thrive. We are a proudly Canadian company, striving to further diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and provide every individual with the opportunities and resources to help them reach their full potential.

ADGA s'engage à mettre la diversité en action pour bâtir une équipe plus forte et plus représentative et aider nos clients et nos communautés à prospérer. Nous sommes une entreprise fièrement canadienne. Nous nous engageons pour promouvoir la diversité, l'équité et l'inclusion dans le milieu de travail et d'offrir à chaque personne les possibilités et les ressources qui lui permettront de réaliser son plein potentiel.

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