Defense Acquisition Assistant III
SIM, Inc - Fort Belvoir, VA

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DAU Level II certification (PM) or equivalent and Secret Clearance required. Duties and Responsibilities: Facilitates efficient office operations and apply traditional and innovative methodologies for team building and strategic planning. Performs all aspects of administrative support for the organization, including, but not limited to, the following: Maintaining order within the office by organizing both electronic and paper, technical and administrative files in accordance with applicable regulations; managing schedules for program management leadership and staff; maintaining office reference materials; and developing and updating personnel rosters Processing and transmitting correspondence as required by the Government lead, to include editing grammatical and formatting errors, verifying for conformance to policy, insuring corrections are made, and preparing for review and signature Tracking, assigning, and responding to information requests related to scientific, acquisition, and fiscal status and goals of the program Drafting program documentation and briefings, as required, to support data calls Controlling inventory (i.e., monitor content, order, store, and issue administrative supplies and equipment) and managing postal services Developing, editing, and updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to document operational guidelines within the office and ensuring that any corresponding objectives, activities, and/or deadlines are communicated and enforced across the organization g. Maintaining office access security by screening callers and visitors to the office; developing and implementing facilities, infrastructure, and physical security; leading Government personnel security efforts by following applicable security regulations and using Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS); and identifying security risks and developing, recommending, and implementing mitigation solutions Assisting to coordinate all Government and non-Government related training, to include ordering supplies, sending out announcements, scheduling conference rooms and setting up the training environment Additionally, support program leadership by coordinating all interagency (i.e., internal and external stakeholders, both within the Government and internationally) interaction, including coordinating with staff and leadership of other organizations, and planning and executing internal and external meetings (e.g., sending out meeting requests; ensuring background documentation is prepared; developing an agenda; setting up the meeting space, webconference, and/or teleconference), scientific conferences and special events.

Education: Successful completion of a full course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a Bachelor ’s Degree, preferably with a major in Engineering, Business Management, or a related discipline, and DAU Level II certification in PM, or the civilian equivalent, are required. General Experience: Four (4) years of general experience and two (2) years of experience in a program office or similar organization Specialized Knowledge and Skills: A clear understanding of DoD and Army (JPEOCBD specific is best) policies and procedures, templates and best practices is required. Responsible for answering routine questions and referring other questions to appropriate staff members.

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