DCS is looking for a contract analyst to assist an Army Product Manager with its purchasing requirements at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
Essential Job Functions:
Review all Acquisition Requirements Packages (ARP) packages, send to Business Management Division (BMD) lead for review/signature.
Update Contract slides and prepare minutes for bi-weekly Contracts Meetings with the Deputy Program Manager, the Product Managers, and the Army Contracting Commands’ representatives.
Attend O-5 Product Managers (PMs) ARP Integrated Product Team (IPT) Meetings.
Lead Quarterly Contract Management Review Board (CMRB) Reviews.
Maintain the Contracts SharePoint Site.
Serve as Contracts Liaison between the PM and the Program Executive Office (PEO).
Provide Procurement Portfolio Management Tool (PPMT)/ Business Intelligence (BI) Updates and Reporting.
Support the customer at the PEO for contracting actions.
Serves as an advisor to the PMs O-5 for all their acquisition concerns.
Respond to PM acquisition concerns on Procurement Portfolio Management Tool (PPMT) Updates and other acquisition concerns from the Army Contracting Commands (ACCs).
Respond to taskers from the PEO Contracts Planning Office Point-Person for all concerns related to contracts, such as consolidated flow charts consisting of PM requirements for existing contracts and future procurements.
Review various Operations Task Management Tool (OPS/TMT) taskers/trackers such as Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs) and equipment loans to other Federal Government agencies.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business or in a related educational discipline and 12 years of practical and relevant experience or Master’s Degree.
Minimum of seven 7 years’ experience in DoD contracting or acquisition.
Must have an active Secret clearance.
Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) level II/III certification in Contracting or Civilian Equivalent.
Job Experience writing government contracting documents (Performance Work Statements (PWS), Justification and Approvals (J&A), and Determination and Findings (D&F).
Good written and verbal communication, organizational, math, and analytical skills.
Ability to respond to challenging program questions and issues by researching and assimilating information into valid recommendations in a timely manner.
Previous experience in a DoD acquisition program office.