Acquisition Program Management Specialist

Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Job ID
2018-1962
Category
Management Consulting
Clearance Level
Secret

Overview

RGS a USfalcon company is currently seeking an Acquisition Program Management Specialist to work alongside our client at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC. 

Responsibilities

  • Independently develop and communicate senior-level point papers, briefings, and correspondence, including pre-screening read-ahead and draft executive summaries as requested.
  • Assist with preparing, coordinating and staffing acquisition documents to support submissions, reviews and milestone decisions.
  • Track acquisition documentation (statutory and regulatory) progress and advise of potential delays to include recommendations for way forward.
  • Coordinate and/or attend working group and Integrated Product Team (IPT) meetings.

Qualifications

Required:

  • 5+ years experience in a Navy/DoD Acquisition Program Office environment supporting Requirements Analysis, Program Reviews, Gate Reviews, Program Scheduling, Milestone, and PPBE/POM acquisition documentation development
  • Demonstrate critical thinking, analysis, and compile statistics necessary in preparing reports, correspondence, and memoranda
  • Working knowledge and experience in developing acquisition documentation to support specified program requirements, including such acquisition documents as the Performance Work Statements, Acquisition Strategy, Acquisition Plan, Acquisition Decision Memorandums and/or other acquisition documents as required
  • Must have an advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Must be able to work onsite at Washington Navy Yard
  • Bachelors Degree from an accredited institution
  • Active Secret clearance

Desired:

  • DAWIA II/III Certification in Acquisition
  • PMP Certification
  • Master’s Degree
  • DoD 5000 series experience
  • Action Officer Experience
  • Former O-3 to O-5 Military leader

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