Acquisition Program Manager/Contract Officer's Representative- PTERO167
This position is located at DIA HQ, Washington, DC and is with the Directorate for Operations, Plans Branch - Acquisition/COR Team, DSO2A.
Position is responsible for the following: perform Contract Officer Representative (COR) duties for DO Contracts as assigned; plan, organize, and lead Integrated Product Teams comprised of DO functional experts and CFO-Acquisition Contract Officers (KO) to accomplish fully-coordinated contract packages; assist with Draft Acquisition Planning Record (APR) packages and upload to the Contract Management System (CMS). The Acquisition/COR team maintains oversight of all contract actions in DO and conducts routine coordination with CFO KOs, DO Office Business Managers, and DO functional Subject Matter Experts.
Responsible for assisting in the creation of and quality control for Acquisition documents such as Statements of Work, Market Research, and Independent Government Cost Estimate. Responsible for contract life-cycle maintenance to include: invoice certification on existing contracts, facilitating on-board/in-processing of new contractors, and assisting in contract close-out. Assists team lead with briefing DO Senior Leadership on status of contracts, drafting DO Acquisition Strategies, and coordinating routine meetings with stakeholders.
Required to complete annual COR training requirements to maintain proficiency and COR certification. The position is covered by the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA). Certification in the acquisition career field of Acquisition Program Management at Level II or Level III, is desired.
Mandatory Qualification Factors / (KSAs):
1. (U) Plans, organizes, prioritizes, and schedules own work activities to complete assignments in timely and effective manner. 2. (U) Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills to compose and deliver responses to complex questions in a clear, concise, and organized manner. 3. (U) Plans, directs, coordinates, and manages the various contracting functions, including administering, modifying, closing out, and terminating contracts. 4. (U) Oversees multiple project or programs to ensure goals are met efficiently and on schedule 5. (U) Monitors funds and ensures they are expended in a timely manner and in accordance with regulations and directives
Highly Desired Factors (Optional)
1. (U) Experience performing COR duties and coordinating with contracting Officers
2. (U) Experience using Contract and Financial databases
3. (U) DAWIA Program Management Certification Level II or III
This is a 24 month assignment with an optional 12 extension. This assignment provides Joint IC Duty credit in accordance with Intelligence Community Directive 601. Service in more than one element of the Intelligence Community is highly valued.
APPLICATION PROCESS: If you are not currently a federal IC employee and viewing this vacancy from www.dni.gov, please contact the Primary POC directly to be considered for this position. Be prepared to provide items included in requirements 1 , 2, and 3 below.
If you are currently a Federal IC employee please coordinate with your organization's Joint Duty Program Officer for the appropriate application procedures and be prepared to submit requirements 1a and 1b below.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. IC employees must apply by the vacancy close date. The IC employee application should include the following: a. A brief (two-page limit) candidate resume or biographical summary. b. A short narrative describing the applicant's qualifications (general and specific) for the joint duty rotational assignment. 2. IC employees must be nominated by their employing (home) element within 10 days of the vacancy close date in order to be considered by the gaining element. Please contact your employing element's Joint Duty Program Office for nomination procedures as some agencies may require written supervisory endorsement at the time of application. 3. Non-IC Employees may be required to submit additional information including: a. Two most recent performance evaluations. b. Current SF-50 to very federal employment.
Scott Dominick 202-231-7632 982-8150
DIA HQ's. Washington, DC