Oasis Systems

  • Project Schedule Engineer (EPASS HB)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 5 months ago(8/27/2018 4:25 PM)
    Requisition Number
    Project Management
  • Overview

    Successful candidate will provide EPASS Advisory and Assistance Services to the Battle Management Directorate (AFLCMC/HB) at the AF Life-Cycle Management Center (previously the Electronic Systems Center). The projects we are supporting are: Force Protection Division (AFLCMC/HBU), HBAB-DILS, HBAB-DRAPCON, HBBA-AOC, HBBC-GCCS-AF, HBBC-TBMCS, HBBD, HBD - 3DELRR, HBD - Indirect Supprt, HBD - NCR-IADS, HBD - TACP-M, HBD - WAS, HBGB-DCGS, HBIO-FOG/PEG & Biz Dev Team, HBJ-JSTARS RECAP, HBS-ADS-B Out, HBS-CNU, HBS-HOME OPS, HBS-IPEC, HBSB-E-3 Block 40/45, HBSG-EP, HBU Force Protection Front Office Group (FOG), HBW-SAOC.  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 HB’s projects, programs and initiatives.



    • Ranges from, Level I: BA/BS, 4 years of experience; or  8 years of directly relatable experience;  to Level III: Advanced Degree (MA/MS) and 12 years of experience (5 years DoD), or BA/BS degree, and 15 years of experience (5 years DoD), or 20 years of directly related experience with proper certifications (8 DoD).


    Note: Oasis has some flexibility to swap experience for degree requirements and vice-versa.

    IT Certifications are a plus.



    Position Location(s): Hanscom AFB

    Travel: Occasional CONUS/OCONUS travel may be required.


    The successful candidate will be able to plan, build, coordinate, and manage the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS). The successful candidate will communicate and coordinate IMS activities among the functional disciplines within the PMO. The successful candidate will provide IMS technical products (e.g., GANTT charts, network diagrams, etc.). The successful candidate will ensure integrated schedule management, technical support to system acquisition processes and collaborate and incorporate key schedule requirements to ensure mission success. The successful candidate will support: requirements development, plan preparation, assess ability to achieve results. The successful candidate will communicate schedule objectives, plans, and status to the customer, the project team, and management. The successful candidate will takes corrective actions as necessary to achieve end result. The successful candidate will have an advanced understanding of scheduling tools, to include Microsoft Office Project.


    General Responsibilities:

    • Works with assigned administrative, and matrixed acquisition support, financial management, engineering contracting, configuration and data management, and other staff.
    • Works with the Oasis Task Lead and Oasis teammates to document processes, and initiate and implement AFSO21 Rapid Improvement Events, Training Events and mentoring sessions for all task personnel.
    • Responsible for developing Integrated Master Schedule inputs, and tracking and reporting on Progress for assigned program(s).
    • Develops, reviews, and approves plans, schedules, and other technical documentation.
    • Facilitates and supports Division meetings and reviews, team building, strategic planning, and other on- and off-site activities.
    • Assists as needed in preparing and reviewing program/project documentation, e.g. Determinations and Findings, Justifications and Approvals, Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Statement Of Objectives (SOOs), Statements-of-Work (SOWs), Program Implementation Packages (PiPs), Performance Works Statements (PWS), Systems/Technical Requirements Documents (SRD/TRD), Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs), Program Support Agreements (PSA), EMAs, 1067s, etc. and assist in source selections.
    • Performs other duties as required.


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