Employees: We offer a competitive benefits package designed to ensure the health, safety and financial security of our employees and their families.

We welcome additional subject matter experts and the top 1% of professionals for our most challenging client projects.

LSI Employees

LSI is seeking motivated candidates for client account executives to develop strategic relationships with our industry clients. LSI is specifically looking for candidates in these following areas:

  • ​Aerospace, defense, security
  • FedCivil
  • State, local, and education
  • Information technology
  • Healthcare

Client account executives are responsible for building relationships between LSI and our clients, helping market LSI's services and capabilities. Specifically, account executives will:

  • Develop and implement strategic plans for business development
  • Identify and influence key decision-makers
  • Build relationships with key executives to develop ideas, pursue opportunities and close sales
  • Plan and drive business development efforts across the breadth of client business units and functions
  • Play a leadership role in proposal development
  • Work closely with LSI's Operations Group and consultants to ensure client satisfaction

The ideal candidate will have relevant industry experience in addition to experience developing and selling professional services. And lastly, they should possess an entrepreneurial spirit and strong relationship management skills.



LSI is currently seeking motivated consultant candidates who are subject matter experts in the following areas:

  • Air Force Subject Matter Experts in Warner Robins, GA and Oklahoma City, OK - various areas of expertise are needed
  • Cybersecurity
  • Government relationship executives, including retired military general officers, SES employees, GS-15 executives and SMEs with DoD experience

LSI is also seeking the top 1% of professionals with the following expertise:

  • Strategy & operations consulting
  • Business development
  • Capture managers
  • Proposal professionals, including proposal managers, writers, editors, volume leaders, document designers, desktop publishers and graphic designers

  • Program personnel, including program architects, planners, program managers, contract administrators, technical subcontract managers and supply chain managers

  • Engineering


Available Positions

Aircraft Parts Room/Warehouse Worker

Contact Information: Keri Holley
Date Posted: 02-07-2020
Closing Date: 02-28-20


Under the direction of the Parts Room/Warehouse Worker Lead and under the supervision of the Senior Inventory Supervisor, these positions maintain inventory control of aircraft parts and aeronautical tools and equipment. These positions assist the Lead position by performing the following tasks.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Receipt, storage, inventory, and issuance of tooling or equipment.
  • Operation of material handling equipment as necessary.
  • Loading and unloading trucks, freight cars, or other common carriers and transporting material to specified areas.
  • Assist in the receiving, unpacking, and checking of incoming tooling or equipment against invoices or bills of lading to verify items and quantities received.
  • Packaging, tagging, and moving material to designated locations.
  • Stocking and restocking shelves, bins, or other storage facilities.
  • Preparing material for local issue or shipment.
  • May also be required to operate motor vehicles.
  • Follow parts management procedures as outlined in the CAL FIRE Repair Station/Quality Control Manual No. CF0R047Z.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Required Experience, Skills and Education:

  • High School diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Must possess a valid California driver’s license.
  • One (1) years’ experience in the following: handling, packing and shipping of stock performing inventories and maintaining inventory records.
  • Ability to operate forklifts and other types of material handling equipment.
  • Ability to take inventories and maintain inventory records.
  • Possess basic computer skills including a working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to accurately input information into a computerized data base.
  • Must be able to lift twenty-five (25) pounds.


Desired Experience and Skills:

  • Aviation parts components or maintenance operation related experience highly desired.
  • Military experience involving parts, supply, or warehouse experience preferred.
  • Prior forklift experience and certification is helpful.
  • Bar code inventory parts tracking experience a bonus.

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