CLOSED - Senior Acquistion Management Specialist
Works on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties identified above independently.
May oversee the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job.
Prepare deliverables such as reports, briefings, and product visuals for assigned projects and programs.
Monitor and report performance against plans to ensure that cost, performance, and schedule objectives are met.
Analyze project and program-related problems and propose innovative solutions to address them.
Develop project and program plans that support cost, schedule, and performance.
Provide acquisition management support for PMW 750/760 resulting in the successful accomplishment of mission requirements to the operations and sustainment phase.
Maintain, coordinate, review, deliver, and track acquisition and milestone decision documentation and data.
Enter and maintain acquisition documentation in designated databases such as the Department of the Navy Chief Information Office (DON CIO) DON Application & Database Management System (DADMS), ASN RDA Information System (RDAIS), and the PEO C4I Acquisition Management Office (AMO).
Ensure documents are current and compliant with regulatory and statutory requirements, directives, and guidance.
Coordinate technical inputs with stakeholders to prepare Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research Development & Acquisition (ASN(RDA)) Dashboard Report Submissions and Probability of Program Success reports.
Experience executing acquisition requirements (DoD 5000 series, applicable OMB circulars, Defense Acquisition Guide, DoD Guide to Planning and Scheduling, etc.) as demonstrated via application of each in the acquisition life cycle for ACAT and Non-ACAT programs and projects.
Experience executing scheduling requirements (Integrated Master Schedule, Work Breakdown Structure, etc.) as demonstrated by developing and managing integrated schedules and scheduling products, and ensuring actual events are incorporated into the scheduling process.
Experience with risk management as demonstrated by identifying risk drivers, dependencies, root causes, and developing risk mitigation / consequence management strategies throughout the program lifecycle.
Experience developing acquisition documents such as the Initial Capabilities Document, Capability Development Document, Capability Production Document, Acquisition Strategy, Acquisition Program Baseline, Program Management Plan, Acquisition Decision Memorandum, Affordability Estimate, Analysis of Alternatives, Cost Analysis and Requirements Description, and Integrated Master Schedule.
Specialized acquisition support experience with a Navy acquisition program or related/comparable acquisition support experience with Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.
Excellent oral and written skills.
Excellent critical thinking skills.
Proficient in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Ability to work independently and as a team member.
Ability to learn and apply project management concepts to assigned duties.