Provide acquisition support in an Army Product Management office. Must have experience developing Acquisition Requirements Packages (ARPs) and supporting the DOD acquisition process. Highly desire prior experience supporting electronic sensor systems and similar technical products. Must have experience as a contractor supporting Army officers (MAJ; LTC; COL) and collaborating with systems engineers, cost analysts, logisticians, and trainers. Prior experience in military facilities or construction is rated low; prior experience in Milestone B, Milestone C, and product sustainment for electronic systems is rated highly. Active SECRET clearance required.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Serves as a company expert to acquisition clients. Oversees the analysis of the most complex problems relating to government acquisition and program management.
Performs original research to conceptualize program strategy or innovative acquisition designs that maximizes effectiveness.
Develops and updates organization policy, practices or automated systems to incorporate changes in statute, economic conditions or best practices in use in the industry.
Understands all integrated aspects of acquisition cycle from basic research to production and test.
Skilled at applying acquisition-streamlining techniques.
Trains clients and CACI personnel on new systems and policy changes.
Provides functional guidance on more complex projects.
Skilled at documenting process change and at writing white papers to capture new concepts or specialized applications.
Uses automated systems and mentors others on contract writing, reporting, and technical performance analysis.
Leads Community of Practice within an acquisition specialty.
Responsible for knowledge management or knowledge presentation systems relating to that Community of Practice.
Provides creative leadership from knowledge of industry best practices and most current developments in acquisition.
Works with senior management to identify important acquisition issues.
Researches and recommends acquisition policies and procedures.
Provides regular reporting to senior management on acquisition issues.
May oversee creation of procedures and communication material that document acquisition practices.
May lead team or work as single consultant to client.
Active Secret clearance
Army acquisition experience, experience developing acquisition requirements packages ARPs, experience preparing MIPRs money transfer, experience with Army acquisition documentation, PWS, IGCE, Acquisition plans, acquisition strategy and J&A.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and 10-12 years of related experience. Master's degree and professional certification preferred.
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.
US-Fort Belvoir-VA-VIRGINIA SUBURBAN