Oasis Systems has an exciting opportunity for RWWG Digital Engineering Portfolio Manager located at the AFRL/RWWG Digital Engineering in Eglin AFB, FL.
LOCATION: Eglin AFB, FL
JOB STATUS: Full-time
TRAVEL: Some travel is required (estimated at 8 trips per year).
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Master's degree and 10 years of experience or equivalent experience
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret
EXPERIENCE LEVEL: 10 years of experience or equivalent work experience
10 years applicable experience.
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, esp Microsoft Excel and Microsoft SharePoint, expert attention-to-detail & highly organized.
Excellent communication skills.
Hold and maintain Active Secret Security Clearance.
Knowledge of AF instructions and operations
Professional experience in administrative duties & office organization.
Excellent customer service experience and skills.
Prefer prior AF experience and/or experience in laboratory setting working with scientists and engineers.
Prefer prior finance and management experience, especially working with highly technical information
Provide support & assistance to RW as overseen by the Directorate's Strategic Planning and Integration Division, Strategic Planning Branch (AFRL/RW), for the functions of strategic planning, programming, and budgeting.
Capable of analyzing, formulating, documenting, and monitoring RW-specific processes for initial approval of research projects and for managing proposed portfolio adjustments; developing and maintaining SharePoint workspaces, and workflows that implement the defined investment processes; collecting, analyzing, and reporting of the data which reflects required and desired metrics.
Capable if developing cost estimates during the formulation phase of key technology maturation efforts such as high visibility Flagship programs to include Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations, Advanced Technology Demonstrations, or quick-reaction risk reduction efforts; documenting early cost estimates so as to facilitate their maintenance/update by subsequent, dedicated program cost estimators; assessing the currency, accuracy, and completeness of AFRL/RW investment portfolio data contained in multiple data management systems; continually assess and understand technical principles across a broad spectrum of technologies as part of a thorough understanding of program management; providing critical, often time-sensitive support evaluating and executing RW budgets, and assisting RW Product and Support divisions to capture current and future investment pictures as required by RW, HQ AFRL Management, Secretary of the Air Force Acquisition (SAF/AQR), and Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
Capable of building strategy and marketing approaches for enhancing RW's long-term capability planning, including support in writing white papers and technology summaries.
Capable of developing and training new and existing RW PMs and Scientists and Engineers (S&Es) to analyze, project, and maintain proposed future research projects and programs.
Capable of communicating and capturing RW's overall acquisition management, systems planning, engineering and scientific R&D processes from bench-level engineer to RW Management through reports, white papers, summaries, as needed; developing and reviewing roadmaps, vision/attribute charts, associated end states, funding profiles, and similar planning exhibits; designing and maintaining data bases used for planning and programmatic purposes; writing and maintaining software to maintain, monitor, and report plans and programs data; developing project activity and WBSs using software designated by the Government; generating programmatic and planning charts; analyses involving exploration of programmatic technical and schedule risk; planning and performing analyses concerned with unique or controversial matters leading to major readjustment of program documentation, budgets, and resource assignments; and preparation of briefings, reports, and planning/programmatic charts.
Capable of reviewing contract deliverables such as program milestone schedules and SRs to determine if events, problems, status, and actions are accurately described with advisory comments to Government; advisory and assistance expertise during source selection processes beginning with evaluation criteria through advice on preparation of responses to proposals; all in accordance with prior Contracting Officer approval; design, maintain, and operate a Munitions Directorate infrastructure data base; interface with organizations and facility managers to update data that describes major facilities and supports AF core strategies; prepare analyses and reports as required; interpreting, researching, organizing, executing, and coordinating assignments to meet planning schedules, management-directed exercises, and associated deadlines; assist with hosting and participating in meetins, workshops, TIMS, etc. nationally and internationally.
Providing expert advice and assistance regarding proposed AFRL management information systems pertinent to plans and programs.
Providing assistance for RW on aligning with Air Combat Command (ACC) capability planning activities and products; supporting the distillation of AF guidance and analysis to munitions focused problems.
Providing assistance to RW with real-world operator/warfighter experience and expertise to support next-generation weapon development capability planning and problem-solving; provide cross-functional team support to Directorate management with expertise in acquisition Project Management, test and evaluation, aircraft operations, and international military affairs.
Provide assistance to Directorate management for new, high profile quick reaction programs from initial operational capabilities to program initiation, to help RW deliver ensured continuity in all R&D efforts to warfighter, as well as high-visibility Flagship programs and Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations.
Provide in the form of updating HQ AFRL databases to include but not limited to: Clarity, TM1, and other AFRL Enterprise Business System (EBS) databases. The Contractor shall assist and instruct RW Management and Program Managers on the use of the EBS databases. The Contractor shall ensure all data in the EBS databases are accurate via a minimum of quarterly quality assurance reviews.
Providing logistical advice and assistance to Directorate management to initialize and maintain foreign affairs including expertise in International Partnerships and Agreements and International Diplomacy; setting agendas, support in orchestrating and participating in meetings with industry, academia and RW team members during technical interchange deliberations.
Building and maintaining an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for program efforts. Excellent interpersonal skills and expert use of MS Office Suite is integral to working with the team, defense industry partners, and developing and sustaining the numerous management tools identified in this requirement.
Must have knowledge of AF management directives and procedures and be able to gain and retain that same knowledge for AFRL guidance and procedures. Must interface directly with the lead program manager and maintain team calendars for Leave/Meetings/TDYs and tracking program action items. In this capacity they must have excellent attention to detail and be able to track and coordinate multiple programmatic and technical activities simultaneously and effectively. In this role the contractor shall also advise and assist with, but are not limited to the following actions:
Maintain tasker status regarding requests for briefings, charts, information, etc
Maintain internal and external team contact lists
Track team visit requests to external facilities
Manage multiple Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) products for associated contracts. Track status of CDRL document receipt, reviews and approvals. Notify program team when documents are due and when they are late
Assist with keeping program Collaboration Files, SharePoint information, and Clarity database up-to-date with current documentation and status updates
Assist with keeping program Risk Management templates/charts up-to-date; work with assigned risk OPRs to update information prior to monthly risk meetings
Support the development of program briefings and documents, assisting with formatting and graphics
Support planning and execution of large program events; find rooms/facilities, schedule rooms for required briefings/discussions/meetings/etc & Coordinate security requirements. Tracking status of base access for visiting personnel. Coordinate event notices and announcements.
Maintain attendee lists.
Take notes and integrate notes from others into single set of minutes.
Coordinate requests/receipt of necessary briefings.
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Oasis Systems is a premier provider of customer-driven, cost-effective and quality Engineering Services; Enterprise Systems and Applications; Human Factors Engineering; Information Technology and Cyber Security; Professional Services; and Specialized Engineering Solutions to the Department of Defense, FAA, NRC and other federal agencies.
We strive to be an exciting and welcoming company that attracts, develops, motivates and retains the most talented, skilled and dedicated people in the industry; where they are encouraged to achieve personal excellence, purpose, and their full potential and career aspirations; while supporting mission-critical national security technologies and programs.
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