Successful candidate will provide EPASS Advisory and Assistance Services to the Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, and Networks (C3I&N) Directorate (AFLCMC/HN) at the AF Life-Cycle Management Center (previously the Electronic Systems Center). The C3I&N Directorate’s primary mission is: Connecting Warfighters with Affordable, Secure, and War-Winning Cyber, C3I and Network Systems. The Directorate provides C3I connectivity, network, and infrastructure between Joint, Coalition, AF, and Allied countries space, air, terrestrial, and cyber domains. The Directorate in headquartered at Hanscom AFB, MA with 11 other operating locations. This position will have to interface with a team of military, Government civilian, contractor project managers and FFRDC/A&AS support personnel in the day-to-day activities associated with management of HN’s projects, programs and initiatives.
Master’s degree and 15 years of general work experience, 10 years of which must be in acquisition program management.
Position Location(s): Hanscom AFB, Lackland AFB.
Travel: Occasional CONUS/OCONUS travel may be required.
Secret, Top Secret clearance (depending on location); or as a minimum, the ability to obtain a clearance
The successful candidate investigates, analyzes, plans, evaluates, drafts and/or recommends solutions for project/program efforts. Provides expert level issue resolution and recommendation support to achieve desired program outcomes. Applies broad knowledge of organizational missions and programs, such as acquisition management and modernization planning. Applies knowledge of and expertise with acquisition management, program management, budget/finance principles and methodologies, modernization planning, and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Executing (PPBE) process. Review initial and revised acquisition documents and provide the enterprise level perspective to ensure consistency and accuracy. Provide comments on acquisition documentation that add value from an enterprise perspective and facilitate an integrated, system-of-systems approach across division.