HOT FILL !!!! Acquisition Management Consultant (Mid-Level) Naval Support Facility |Arlington, VA


Acquisition Management Consultant (Mid-Level)

Naval Support Facility |Arlington, VA



Job Title:  Acquisition Management Consultant (Mid-Level)

DOD Clearance: Must have a ACTIVE Secret Clearance

Location: PEO EIS HQ  | Naval Support Facility Arlington, VA

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Economics, Finance or related field from an accredited college or university


2-5 years’ progressive experience in a Navy/DoD Acquisition Program Office environment.

  • Previous experience supporting Requirements Analysis, Program Reviews, Gate Reviews, Program and Scheduling and developing Milestone Decision documentation in an IT Acquisition environment supporting MAIS programs.
  • Ability to effectively interface with various PEO EIS stakeholders and Program Managers.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communications.
  • Must have high degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Prior experience working directly with senior Military or government civilian staff.
  • Ability to cope with changing environments, shifting work priorities and short deadlines.
  • Analytical problem solving with a high attention to detail.
  • Experience conducting research.
  • DAWIA Level II (or equivalent) preferred.

Key Role/Position Description:  Responding to routine and non-routine data calls assigned to the Acquisition Management team.  Drafting, revising, reviewing, and/or routing inputs to respond to data calls in the form of point papers, impact statements, spreadsheet updates.  Conducting acquisition related risk reporting such as Probability of Program Success and PMRs.  Analyzing and providing recommendations for potential changes to existing acquisition related policy, guidance, and direction.  Coordinating and monitoring of acquisition and program transition issues within PEO EIS and other acquisition/join commands.  Providing recommendations regarding acquisition requirements needed to implement a new program/project, modification of an existing system or transition of a project.  Developing acquisition documentation to support specific program or project requirements including documents including but not limited to as Acquisition strategy (AS), Acquisition program baseline (APB), program Deviation Reports.  Identifying and providing recommendations for developing and tracking acquisition and risk metrics to provide insight into trends within PEO EIS programs, projects and/or acquisition/risk-processes.  Drafting and tracking of acquisition documents.  Track competency compliance with statutory requirements and policies.  Conducting reviews and providing insightful feedback on Acquisition documentation taking into account the latest IT Acquisition guidance.  Working with the PEO EIS Acquisition team to streamline or tailor the Acquisition process for each project depending on requirements.  Assist in the development of metrics to track acquisition activities and drive efficiencies.  Support special projects for the PEO EIS.

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