The candidate will have ACAT 1 or equivalent program deficiency reporting (DR) experience to include preparing, updating, and monitoring entries to the Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS) or similar system; establishing and maintaining DR/Material Improvement Project (MIP) files and databases; planning and conduct of MIP Review Board meetings; responding to inquiries from field units and Contractors; and managing and reporting on DR status and trends. The candidate will have experience with tools and processes used to track DRs, hardware and software problem reports, and integration and test problem reports across the acquisition lifecycle.
Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.
The candidate will provide services as described below to support DoD acquisition program management requirements. The candidate will apply their acquisition program management knowledge and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish DoD acquisition objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 policies and procedures.
- The candidate will support all aspects of configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT I equivalent programs from technology development through final disposition of the system.
- The candidate will support implementation of government and DoD-adopted industry CM/DM policies for requirements management, document management, change management, production and delivery, and configuration management of the performance, functional, and physical baselines over the programs life cycle.
- The candidate will support planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.
- The candidate will support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.
- The candidate will participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.
- The candidate will support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.
- The candidate will support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.
- The candidate will support development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.
- The candidate will support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the acquisition lifecycle.