Sr. Acquisition Analyst

  • Fort Belvoir, VA
  • Posted 32 days ago | Updated 5 hours ago

Overview

On Site
USD 96,500.00 - 209,100.00 per year
Full Time

Skills

Attention to detail
Acquisition management
Decision-making
Product demonstration
Program management
Team management
Cost-benefit analysis
Project management
Database administration
Government contracts
Acquisition
Documentation
Strategy
Leadership
Regulatory Compliance
Management
Budget
Logistics
Performance management
Procurement
WAWF
GFEBS
CGI
Law
Training
Insurance
Teamwork

Job Details

Sr. Acquisition Analyst

Position Description
We are seeking a highly experienced and detail-oriented Acquisition Analyst IV to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for executing acquisition management across an entire product line, coordinating products and taskings throughout the acquisition process and life cycle phases. You will prepare milestone documentation, assist in determining contracting strategy, and lead various acquisition-related tasks to ensure successful program outcomes.

This position is located in Ft. Belvoir, VA.

Your future duties and responsibilities
- Execute acquisition management across an entire product line, ensuring alignment with program objectives.
- Coordinate products and taskings throughout the acquisition process and life cycle phases to meet program requirements.
- Prepare, configure, and staff all milestone documentation to support program milestones.
- Assist in determining contracting strategy, preparing contracting documents, and coordinating activities with the Army Contracting Command.
- Participate in source selection boards and conduct technical evaluations to support decision-making processes.
- Lead and provide oversight of product Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), test events, test reviews, and product demonstrations.
- Assist in providing contract oversight for assigned products to ensure compliance and performance.
- Maintain and manage the program budget and master schedule, identifying cost, schedule, and performance tradeoffs.
- Lead and oversee the preparation of Supply Requests Packages to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and manage the transition of products from PM to DLA or Army Sustainment.
- Develop and draft Acquisition Strategies, Acquisition Plans, and other acquisition documents to guide program activities.
- Coordinate contracting actions with local procurement contracting officers to facilitate efficient procurement processes.
- Perform acquisition strategy requirements to support program goals and objectives.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role
- Bachelor's Degree and over 18 years of relevant experience in acquisition management.
- Acquisition career specialization aligned to duty assignment (e.g., Program Management, Contracting, Logistics).
- Expert knowledge and demonstrated skills in managing cost, schedule, performance in a program office, Product Life Cycle Management, Project Team Management, preparing Acquisition and Contracting documents (including J&A, Source Selection Plans, PWS, IGCE, D&F), WAWF, iRAPT, cost analysis, Project Management, database management, GFEBS, DODI 5000.02, Defense Acquisition System JCIDS.
Desired qualifications/non-essential skills required:
- Acquisition career specialization aligned to duty assignment (e.g., Program Management, Contracting, Logistics).
- Expert knowledge and demonstrated skills in managing cost, schedule, performance in a program office, Product Life Cycle Management, Project Team Management, preparing Acquisition and Contracting documents (including J&A, Source Selection Plans, PWS, IGCE, D&F), WAWF, iRAPT, cost analysis, Project Management, database management, GFEBS, DODI 5000.02, Defense Acquisition System JCIDS.

CGI is required by law in some jurisdictions to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. The determination of this range includes various factors not limited to skill set, level, experience, relevant training, and license and certifications. To support the ability to reward for merit-based performance, CGI typically does not hire individuals at or near the top of the range for their role. Compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the current range for this role in the U.S. is $96,500.00 - $209,100.00.

At CGI we call our professionals "members" to reinforce that all who join our team are, as owners, empowered to participate in the challenges and rewards that come from building a world-class company.
CGI's benefits include:
Competitive compensation
Comprehensive insurance options
Matching contributions through the 401(k) plan and the share purchase plan
Paid time off for vacation, holidays, and sick time
Paid maternity and parental leave
Learning opportunities and tuition assistance
Member assistance and wellness programs
Due to the nature of this government contract, ship is required.
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