ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S. Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S. Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.
Our team is aggressively seeking candidates to provide NavAir 1.4 program management, financial management, training support, policy support, information technology coordination and technical support services.
This position in contingent upon task order award. Anticipated award date is 1 Aug 2017 with a period of performance start date of 1 Sep 2017 (one base year + four option years).
The main effort of work is located on or near NAS Patuxent River, MD.
Resumes will be reviewed immediately and candidates meeting the requirements will be contacted for further consideration and preliminary interviews.
The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), International Programs Department (AIR-1.4), also known as the Systems Command Security Cooperation Office (Hereinafter, SSCO), is responsible for overseeing NAVAIR International Programs and advocates on behalf of the same. SSCO conducts strategic planning, provides training, implements process improvements, manages allocated Foreign Military Sales (FMS) administrative funding, monitors execution of case funding, executes policy, and monitors case development, execution and closure.
The SSCO is also responsible for program management of new and ongoing security assistance programs for various foreign countries and various weapon systems. SSCO also provides the NAVAIR International Programs community with guidance on the implementation of new and modified policies, and improves processes by compiling and analyzing metrics for lean-six sigma projects. SSCO further ensures that NAVAIR personnel achieve the requisite level of International Affairs Certification by developing and providing training courses. The SSCO oversees Cooperative Programs and monitors funding of other customer funds. And lastly, SSCO manages and maintains Information Technology (IT) resources to include hardware, software, share drives, portals and websites utilized by the NAVAIR International Programs community.
Reviews milestone decision documentation to ensure compliance with all aspects of the DoD and SECNAV 5000 series directives. Conducts research and provides recommendations to support the development of program acquisition strategies. Supports the preparation of documentation such as Acquisition Plans (AP), Acquisition Strategy Reports (ASR), Statement of Work (SOW), Procurement Initiation Document (PID), funding documents, contract awards, agreements, and Acquisition Program Baseline Agreements (APBA) for FMS requirements. Assess program procedures, practices, philosophies, and documentation for compliance with specifications, contracts, and mission requirements. Attend, participate, support, analyze, provide input, develop, prepare and report on briefs, point papers, reports, correspondence, meetings, conferences, and review boards. Integrates business and technical methodologies to provide support of hardware, software and service acquisition and life cycle management.
BS or BA degree from an accredited college. ALLOWABLE SUBSTITUTION: An AS or AA degree and an additional four (4) years of experience; OR an additional eight (8) years of experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree.
At least ten (10) years of experience related to weapon systems acquisition, including logistics, research and development, configuration management or systems analysis/design; and demonstrated experience in one or more of the following areas: program management, systems engineering, major system acquisitions, financial management, test and evaluation or integrated logistics support. Demonstrated knowledge, and/or familiarity with the DoD and SECNAV 5000 acquisition series, Federal and DoD acquisition regulations and PPBE process. Leads the execution of complex tasks. Has demonstrated knowledge in one or more of the following areas: system acquisition, acquisition documentation, configuration management, risk analysis and Government furnished equipment (GFE) or Government furnished information (GFI).
Secret personnel security clearance.
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• Profit-Sharing Plan: discretionary employer annual contributions with a vesting schedule.
• Safe Harbor: an employer contribution of total compensation with no vesting schedule.
• 401k: pre-tax or post-tax deferrals with quarterly enrollment participation.
LIFE and DISABILITY. 100 % Employer paid coverage for employee Life, AD&D, and Short Term and Long Term Disability insurance policies.
MEDICAL. Employer paid health/dental for employees; family coverage available at group rate. Those employees opting out of ACT I insurance may receive reimbursement in lieu of coverage.
CAFETERIA PLAN. Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Medical and Dependent Care Reimbursement IAW IRS limits.
LEAVE. All Major Holidays and Comprehensive Leave which increase with years of service.
PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE BONUS PLAN. Annual Performance Bonus Program for outstanding performance.
OTHER PROGRAMS. Tuition assistance & training/certification reimbursement available for job related professional development.