POSITION TITLE: Content Manager, Knowledge & Learning Product
The online content analyst will report to the K&LP Product Director and will be responsible for planning, creating, managing, monitoring, and updating the content and organization/presentation of content for ASI’s acquisition and program management-related online products; this includes managing the online content for existing products, such as the Virtual Acquisition Office™, as well as creating content for new products. Content may include, but is not limited to: templates, samples, checklists, processes, decision trees, quick reference guides, videos and audio files. Topics addressed will include procurement, acquisition, program management, acquisition workforce, and other related topics.
This is a new position in a recently realigned organization. The Content Analyst will have the lead on content development efforts and will seek input and work collaboratively with others across the organization, and will responsible for the quality assurance and final approval of all work products. It is envisioned that as the workload grows, the team will grow and the Content Analyst will be responsible for managing a small team of content contributors.
Intimate knowledge of federal acquisition is required for this position. The ideal candidate will have direct and recent experience in creating acquisition products or tools, or at a minimum organizing acquisition-related content in unique ways that are clear, concise, and easily understood by the reader or user.
Plan, create, manage, monitor, update, and organize content for ASI’s acquisition and program-related online products
Stay current on acquisition and program management developments and actively engage in creating and implementing new ways to organize and present information to make it as understandable and as easy-to-use as possible
Work collaboratively with subject matter experts and other contributors and reviewers across the company
Work collaboratively with product director and technical team to understand technical possibilities and limitations that must be considered in development content
Maintain awareness of general technology developments and trends to generate new content delivery ideas
Update pre-existing ASI products and tools, such as FAR and DFARs-based checklists, acquisition templates, COR checklists, samples, and database of interagency contracts
Working with the product director, generate ideas for how current products/tools might be reorganized and/or delivered in different media to increase their value
Conduct detailed analysis of regulatory changes and update ASI’s FAR and DFARs-based checklists as new changes to regulations are released, and create new checklists, as warranted
Evaluate sample acquisition documents to identify those that are “best in class” for presenting on the VAO website, and developing document templates for presenting on the VAO site.
Generate program management content for presentation in new potential products
Research, analyze, summarize and logically organize protest decisions, courts cases and regulatory developments
Analyze usage statistics and adapt the content strategy accordingly
Intimate, detailed knowledge of procurement, acquisition, and program management
Strong writing, logic, and organizational skills
Both a strategic and detailed focus; A creative mind that can envision and then execute on plans for creating content that is value-added, user-friendly, and accurate in detail
Ability to work well independently and in cross-functional teams, ensuring timely completion of projects and meeting established quality standards
Detail-oriented, coupled with an understanding and vision of the "big picture" and trends in acquisition
Ability to interpret regulatory, policy and related acquisition guidance and clearly communicate the concepts presented in guidance to others
Ability to converse with clients and company employees to understand trends, needs, and ideas for conveying content
Ability to present information that is appropriately written for the audience, including high-level government officials, policy officials, and contracting operations officials, CORs, program managers
Comprehensive knowledge and mastery of Federal acquisition laws, regulations, and processes
Strong analytical, research, writing and organizational skills
Ability to work well independently and in a virtual environment
Strong customer-service focus
Bachelor degree or equivalent additional related work experience required
About ASI Government
For more than a decade, ASI Government (formerly Acquisition Solutions, Inc.) has served as a trusted advisor to government leaders seeking to improve mission performance, enhance organizational effectiveness, and drive strategic change. Our professionals are called in to help agencies deal with their toughest program and acquisition challenges, and we have a history of delivering results. We hire the best and the brightest in the industry. Our people are skilled professionals with integrity, intelligence, and the motivation to make a difference. Best of all, we offer meaningful work, open communication, and a highly collaborative environment.
Equal Opportunity: ASI Government is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer with a drug-free environment. All employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of drug and background screenings. Some positions may require a Federal agency-specific suitability background check.