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    Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
    Position Description Title/PD#: Procurement Analyst (Direct-Hire Authority)/ 44300-A
    Compressed/Flexible Schedules: Eligible
    Telework: Eligible - Ad Hoc basis until proficiency of TAC processes/procedures are mastered
    Virtual Position: Not Eligible

    This recruitment is for Multiple positions with the Office of Procurement, Acquisition, and Logistics - Technology Acquisition Center located at: 23 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ 07724

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    Responsibilities

    This is an open continuous announcement for 90 days or until all positions are filled. It will be used to fill immediate and future vacancies for this agency. There will be multiple cut-off dates with the first being 15 days after the initial opening date of 06/10/2020. Additional 30 day cut-off dates will be established until all vacancies have been filled. Candidates will be referred to the selecting official based off the number of applicants. Applications will be reviewed, as received, with 75 applicants reviewed for each cut-off date. Additional candidates may be referred based on hiring needs. This announcement may be extended an additional 90 days at the request of the service if vacancies have not been filled.

    Writes contracting policy, guidance, and procedural documentation for the wide range of contracting functions; Serves as a Subject Matter Expert in converting manual contracting business processes into automated business processes; Analyzes new policies and laws and interprets changes for senior management prior to issuing to contract specialists; Reviews procurement packages that are complex and difficult prior to senior executive level signature approval; Resolve complex procurement issues; Oversees a team to prepare data prior to audit or inspection; Analyzes and evaluates audit and inspection reports; Performs as an expert with authority to respond to inspection and audit reports; Develops operating guidance and procedures for the complex issues that arise and uses them as a basis to provide training to staff;Interprets new legislation and provides synopsis to senior level management; Conducts training of interns or other contract specialists; Explains impact of new policies, regulations, and guidance; Defends and explains complex issues with auditors resulting from an audit; Participates as a member of procurement task forces or chairs these bodies working on high level procurement issues with agency wide impact; Writes contracting policies and procedures for use by operational contracting specialists; Writes updated policy impact to business processes and informs contracting staff via writing; Responds in writing to audit reports and defends complex contracting actions; Prepares written contracting material for use in training; Prepares briefings on complex procurement issues for use by senior procurement officials.


    Physical Requirements: The work is primarily sedentary, but may involve some walking, standing, and bending.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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