Acquisition Program Analyst

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AMSG is seeking a DAWIA Level III/PMP equivalent Acquisition Program Analyst experienced in providing acquisition support to leaders and project officers in the execution of the DoD acquisition process.

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Location: Quantico, VA
Education/Experience:
Senior Level requires DAWIA Level III/PMP equivalent, Bachelor's Degree or 10 years of experience. Mid Level requires DAWIA Level II equivalent, Bachelor's Degree or 6 years of experience. Entry Level requires DAWIA Level I equivalent, Bachelor's Degree. USMC experience desired. Knowledge of USMC Networking, Satellite, Tactical Communications, or USMC Intelligence Systems highly desired. 
Clearance Requirements:
Secret clearance required

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Position Description:

General Description: Individual will develop documentation for program milestones to include: 

  • Acquisition Strategies/Acquisition Plans (AS/AP’s); Naval Probability of Program Success spreadsheets and briefings; Program Management Plans, Marine Corps Single Acquisition Management Plan (MC-SAMP) to include risk management, or equivalent separate documentation if required.
  •  Participate in meetings (including pre-program management reviews and internal PM meetings); develop meeting minutes; prepare written milestone team assessments in support of the program management review process; assist in the development and/or review of contractual documentation (i.e., SOW paragraphs, contract data requirements lists (CDRLs) etc.) in support of program teams; and assist in the review and development of appropriate responses to taskers assigned. 
  • Capable of preparing, reviewing and maintaining Integrated Master Schedules (IMS’s) and other internal program schedules and performing critical path analysis to provide early insight into program and schedule risks and issues. 

Requirements:

  • Candidates must have experience providing acquisition support to Leaders and project officers in the execution of the DoD acquisition process. 
  • Expertise in the development of required DoD 5000 acquisition documents and presentations (e.g., briefings using multi-media (net-conferencing, digital imagery and digital video) for internal and external stakeholders to support milestone reviews for all programs.