**Please note, this position is part-time-on-call (PTOC). Hours vary, average working hours per week is twenty-four (24).**
Competitive acquisition consultant provides support to a variety of primarily Government clients, as well as support internal Business Groups. Responsibilities include acquisition strategy support and development, source selection training, sourcing facilitation, and becoming an expert user of the automated source selection tool, FedSelect.
Work may be multiple client-sites (continental US), main CACI office (Arlington, VA), and/or telecommute. Ability to travel to work sites is required.
As a competitive acquisition consultant, you will be supporting clients as an expert advisor on government and commercial sourcing requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Normal duties include marketing the automated source selection tool, FedSelect, marketing acquisition consulting services, cultivating new and existing client relations, developing and presenting government source selection training, presenting FedSelect user training, facilitating government source selections using FedSelect, and writing proposals to drive new business.
Competitive acquisition consultants provide support in pre-acquisition planning by reviewing Sections L & M, acquisition strategy plans, source selection plans, and any other sourcing documents. Provide recommendations on evaluation
criteria, draft reports, and assist in writing source selection supporting documentation and decision documents. Expert in the use of the automated source selection tool, FedSelect, and can adapt the tool to the particular circumstances of the acquisition to include competitive acquisitions, simplified acquisitions, and broad agency announcements. Provide training for the roles involved in the source selection process to include evaluator training, FedSelect system administrator training, and facilitator training.
Team culture: Consultants are self starters that take ownership over individual assigned projects. The ability to work well on your own and in a team environment is a necessity. Customer service is paramount and consultants present a professional image at all times. Senior managers provide FedSelect consultants with career broadening opportunities by assigning challenging and rewarding project and program management responsibilities.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and two to four years of related (government acquisition) experience.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.