Full Job Description
Analyze, assess, and coordinate acquisition program documentation, including acquisition strategies, acquisition program baselines, or acquisition decision memorandums. Apply specific functional and working industry knowledge. Develop or contribute to solutions to a variety of problems of moderate scope and complexity. Work independently with some guidance and review or guide activities of junior employees, if needed.
1+ years of experience with acquisition management
1+ years of experience with program management
Experience with developing and evaluating acquisition strategies, performing analyses, developing and reviewing documentation, and applying defense systems acquisition expertise
Experience with providing acquisition program and acquisition management planning
Experience with advising on program status, schedule, and risk
Experience in working with senior government staff at the Program Executive Officer (PEO) or Project Manager (PM) level
Knowledge of Directive 5000.01, The Defense Acquisition System, Instruction 5000.02, Operation of the Defense Acquisition System, the Defense Acquisition Guidebook, Urgent Operational Needs DoD 5000.02 Encl 13, UONs, JUONs, JEONs, and Middle-Tier Acquisition Rapid Prototyping or Rapid Fielding Production, FY16 NDAA Section 804
Ability to prepare milestone or decision briefs to convey program plans to stakeholders
Secret clearance required
BA or BS degree
Experience with contracts and acquisitions management for a Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) in the Navy
Experience with tracking and drafting key Acquisition and Milestone related documentation across programs
Experience with overseeing a team as they plan, track, and execute project plans from start to completion
Experience with supporting multiple projects and activities simultaneously
Knowledge of the statutory and regulatory requirements regarding Milestone B, engineering and manufacturing development and Milestone C, initiating production and deployment
Ability to develop metrics to monitor progress against programmatic goals, baselines, and objectives, including cost, schedule, performance, and risk
Ability to monitor the status of all requirements necessary to gain formal Milestone approval for portfolio programs and projects
Ability to provide recommendations for the planning and execution of procurement and contractual documentation
Ability to plan, communicate, and achieve objectives through a program or project team
Ability to build and maintain relationships with external stakeholders, including Resource Sponsor, Requirements Officer, Operational Test Authority to ensure successful program execution, and obtain concurrence on acquisition way-ahead
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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