HR Systems Division Program Management Subject Matter Expert (SME)
The contractor shall provide the Subject Matter Expert (SME) expertise and support associated with existing legacy (sustainment) programs and new acquisition programs. Capabilities include the use of specialists and/or consultants who will provide expert support to the customer's mission requirements. Essential support for the Government involves user understanding and engagement along with strategic planning capabilities, including support provided to the HR Systems Division for strategic and enterprise planning activities. Capabilities also include Providing consulting and executive support to defense/Government programs and personnel; provides executive knowledge and insight on Governmental issues; performs analysis and develops recommendations that may have substantial impact on Governmental programs,processes and activities; and provides key insight into Governmental plans, policies, processes, management strategies and systems acquisition. This support will stay in contact with several organizations to include the US Space Command; Air Force Personnel Operating Agency; Air Force Personnel Center; SAF/AQ; SAF/FM; SAF/US(M); HAF/AI; HAF/CVA; HAF/RES;USecAF and SECAF that are looking at the way forward for a combined Personnel and Pay System and will provide recommendations where programs may fit for subsuming, interfacing and enhancing the core capabilities. This capability will aid the HR Systems Division in assigning realistic program milestones, prioritize future activities; and to identify proper funding needed to achieve the Division's present and future objectives. Provide support that aids the Government PM in the development of acquisition strategies associated efforts with the deployment of systems across the Air Force.
Duties include the following:
• Identifies and advises on acquisition strategies following principles outlined in both DoD
5001 , the Business Capabilities Lifecycle and Performance Based Service contracts.
• Outlines policy disconnects, policy interpretation, and management of all acquisition efforts.
• Advises the PM on best practice PM principles to achieve substantial process improvements,
efficiencies, and potential cost avoidance.
• Analyzes acquisition issues and develops risk reduction and mitigation approaches for
improving program planning, control, and execution.
• Advises on responses to governance and MDA requirements, Higher Headquarters (HHQ)
engagements, and other oversight required to support the acquisition process.
• Identifies programmatic issues and develops recommendations to facilitate issue resolution; supports the HIH PMs, Section, Branch and Division leadership in the day-to-day
management of the programs by expertly creating Integrated Master Schedules including all
the interdependencies of new acquisition programs with existing HR Systems' legacy
Required minimum education and experience:
Required minimum education and experience: Advanced Degree (post Bachelor's) and 7 years of related experience or a Bachelor's Degree and 11 years of related experience. All secondary degrees should be completed in an appropriate field of study matching the position duties and responsibilities.
Oasis Systems is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Oasis Systems is a leading provider of Information Technology, Systems Engineering, Enterprise Applications, Professional Services and Program Management to the Department of Defense and other Federal Agencies. Oasis strives to support our National interests by creating an environment that attracts the most skilled and motivated people in the industry to meet our customer's needs with innovative, quality and cost-effective services and solutions. (http://www.OasisSystems.com)