Program Material & Procurement Specialist

Raytheon - Dulles, VA4.0

Full-timeEstimated: $90,000 - $130,000 a year
Raytheon is supporting a U.S. Government customer on a large mission critical development and sustainment program to design, build, deliver, and operate a network operations environment with new cyber capabilities to address emerging threats.Raytheon CSM is seeking a Program Material & Procurement Specialist to collaborate with the Customer’s team to manage planning, ordering, receiving and management of information technology hardware and software.

Responsibilities Include:
  • Serving as the liaison between Supply Chain and the Program Manager.
  • Creating, managing and executing material program strategy (MPS) and the material program plan (MPP) to ensure program competitiveness and performance from the front end of the business through contract closure
  • Supporting program financial management (i.e., budgets, targets, working capital, material forecasts, etc.)
  • Supporting the oversight of the supplier management process
  • Communicating customer flow-through requirements such as FAR/DFARS, ITAR, offset, public law, quality, warranty, etc.
  • Coordinating approval for all material procurements from Government Program Managers and Development Leads
  • Participating in the Program Procurement Management Board (PMB)
  • Participating in the Program Risk and Opportunity Management Board (ROMB)
  • Serving as a Cost Account Manager for procurement related Cost Accounts
  • Evaluating and coordinating program requirements to ensure a controlled flow of materials and services to meet customer requirements.
  • Working with various vendors to assure equipment purchased meets customer requirements to include TAA compliance, etc.
  • Performing a wide variety of tasks relating to the acquisition of materials, merchandise and subcontractors.
  • Requisitioning and purchasing supplies and equipment for the customer through the Prism/APEX database for approved tasking.
  • Overseeing and coordinating the operational aspects of ongoing projects and serve as liaison between project management and planning, project teams, and customer management.
  • Confirming material supply and demands, and prepare purchase requests for the purchase of components or parts based on approved material tasks.
  • Providing status updates for work in progress, material availability, and potential delivery problems to ensure that personnel, equipment, materials and services are provided as needed.
  • Working with internal and external personnel to include Logistics Engineers to support our customer’s inventory control
Required Skills

  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Top Secret clearance with SSBI in last five years (TS/SCI desired)
  • Must be able to obtain DHS Suitability
  • 8+ years of directly relevant experience
  • Experience working in supply chain systems
  • Strong understanding of FAR regulations
  • Ability to work independently
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and track procurement Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Demonstrated experience with tracking and entering government purchases within a specialized DHS SharePoint portal
  • Cognizant of Systems Engineering Lifecycle (SELC) processes and practices, Change Management practices, requirements management, traceability, and associated tools
  • Extensive experience with MicroSoft Office applications
Desired Skills:
  • Experience supporting procurement and logistics on DHS Programs
  • Knowledge of inventory, material tracking and status related to logistical processes and procedures
  • Experience and/or familiarity with software and system lifecycle methodologies, (e.g ISO, CMMI, ITIL, Agile, SAFe).
Required Education:
BS/BA in Engineering, Engineering Management, Logistics Systems, OR a related field. Two years of related work experience may be substituted for each year of degree level education. Master’s Degree preferred.


Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.