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RiVidium offers a great benefits package to eligible employees including health benefits, supplemental dental and vision plans, two weeks paid time off yearly, 10 paid holidays per year, and a family-friendly work environment.

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Budget Analyst - 001770721

Location Multiple NOVA locations

Requirements

  • Active Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) clearance
  • Five (5) years of demonstrated DoD Programming, Planning, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) experience.
  • Expert knowledge of Military Intelligence Program budget processes including financial management principles and practices, budgetary data collection and analytical techniques.
  • Three years of experience with reconciling and resolving Unliquidated Obligations
  • Three years of experience with preparing budget execution packages including Military Interdepartmental Procurement Requests (MIPR) and Interagency Agreements (IA), 7600A, 7600B, etc.
  • One year of experience working with budget and financial management applications and tools (i.e. IRMA-I)
  • One year of experience as a staff action officer on an OSD or headquarters staff.

Description

  • Develop tracking tools, matrices, and templates to efficiently analyze data, identify trends, and track resource actions to resolution.
  • Prepare budgetary and strategic documentation to inform the DoD PPBE process to include Program Objective Memorandum, the Budget Estimate Submission and the President's Budget.
  • Conduct detailed management and cost analyses, using various quantitative estimating techniques and statistical analysis models, to assist top-level management in determining the optimal use of resources.
  • Provide technical advice and analysis to ensure OUSD(I&S) appropriations are effectively justified and executed, ensure acquisition packages are accurate and complete, and transactions are within law, regulation, and policy.
  • Provide support to CL&S Senior Resource Manager to resolve unliquidated obligations
  • Analyze proposed legislation, appropriation language and various DoD issuances. Develop and implement internal procedures and policies that cover all areas of financial management and formulate and execute budgetary resources for various projects.
  • Develop tracking tools, matrices, and templates to efficiently analyze data, identify trends, and track contract actions to resolution.

Locations:

  • Pentagon, Arlington, VA
  • Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  • Quantico, VA

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Senior Administrative Analyst - 001670721

Location Multiple NOVA locations

Requirements

  • Active top secret (TS) security clearance with sensitive compartmented information (SCI) eligibility and current background investigation
  • Seven (7) years demonstrated administrative experience.
  • Demonstrated experience supporting OUSDI&S Director for Intelligence (DDI) or equivalent Front Office Senior Leadership. Experience maintaining an executive calendar, answering phones, preparing briefings, and setting and tracking suspenses.
  • Five (5) years of experience managing, supervising, and conducting administrative functions involving multiple programs including analysis and evaluation on projects and mission objectives.
  • Five (5) years of experience drafting and editing correspondence, briefing slides, and memorandums.
  • Ten (10) years of experience performing action officer responsibilities which includes tracking suspenses, staffing packages, resolving/de-conflicting issues and/or coordinating actions with both internal and external customers.
  • Four (4) years demonstrated experience supporting travel requirements of senior executives including foreign travel.
  • Must possess experience in writing and editing complex information in a clear and concise manner.

Description

  • Develop, revise, interpret and coordinate policies pertaining to personnel security to include, but not limited to, tiered background investigations, adjudications, and continuous evaluation of DoD personnel. This includes national security positions, positions requiring access to classified national security information, sensitive and non-sensitive positions, and personnel that require physical access to DoD installations and facilities, and/or logical access to DoD information systems.
  • Provide support for the development of strategies and initiatives to improve personnel security and adjudication processes to include, but not limited to, implementation of an electronic fingerprint capture, store, and forward capability, Joint Personnel Adjudications System (JPAS) policy maintenance and sustainment, transition from JPAS to the Joint Verification System - Defense Information Systems for Security, adjudicator certification, oversight of investigative service provider billing and product quality, oversight of Central Adjudication Facility policies, procedures, 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act compliance, continuous evaluation to defend against insider threats, establishment and implementation of performance metrics and monitoring.
  • Develop staff packages (Action and Info Memos) in conformance with OSD, OUSD(I&S), and local office requirements.

Locations:

  • Pentagon, Arlington, VA
  • Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  • Quantico, VA

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Counterintelligence Policy Analyst - 001570721

Location Multiple NOVA locations

Requirements

  • Active top secret (TS) security clearance with sensitive compartmented information (SCI) eligibility and current background investigation
  • 10 years of experience working with DoD CI criminal investigations, counterespionage/counterterrorism operations, CI collections, CI functional services, and associated DoD CI policies, executive orders, and federal laws
  • One year of experience developing briefing materials and presenting to peers and senior leadership in areas including policy, strategy, oversight functions, capability gaps. One year of experience supporting senior DoD officials as a staff and/or action officer.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively via written reports, verbal discussions, and formal presentations
  • One year of experience conducting research and analysis of DoD policy/guidance documents and legal decisions

Description

  • Provide expert guidance to the OUSD(I&S) Counterintelligence and Law Enforcement (CI&LE) Directorate seniors and staff on DoD counterintelligence (CI) policy development, strategic planning, mission management, functional integration, and internal Directorate operations.
  • Develop, revise, and staff CI policy issuances for the informal, formal and signature processes.
  • Ensure comments are properly adjudicated and promulgated within the provision of the Office of the Director, Administration and Management (ODA&M) guidelines and timeliness standards for DoD Policy directives and instructions.
  • Work with senior CI&LE Directorate personnel to perform CI policy oversight inspections for all DoD components with an organic CI capability and prepares written reports on the results of these inspections.
  • Identify CI best practices to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness of the DoD CI enterprise, and monitor components efforts to address identified deficiencies to become policy compliant.
  • Research and draft responses to questions related to DoD CI issues for senior DoD officials and other DoD stakeholders.
  • Prepare and coordinate staff actions, information papers and official memorandums for distribution within DoD and the Intelligence Community.

Locations

  • Pentagon, Arlington, VA
  • Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  • Quantico, VA

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Senior Instructional Systems Designer/Developer - 001362921

Location Quantico, VA 22134

Clearance – Secret

Qualifications

Contractor shall provide Key Personnel that meet at a minimum the following qualifications:

  • Expert knowledge using Microsoft Office suite, in particular excel, power-point, word, project management. Knowledge of SharePoint and Vizio highly desirable;
  • Expert knowledge, which may include reach-back capabilities, to support content development and production in multiple human resource/human capital areas such as training, performance management, policy development, pay pool management, organizational design, new employee programs (on-boarding programs), awards programs, career/professional development programs, retention and recruitment programs;
  • Advanced facilitation and project management skills;
  • Knowledge of DoD strategic human capital goals and objectives;
  • Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with the reviewing, modifying, adapting, or developing content to support successful transitions across multiple environments;
  • Ability to assist with the development of strategic requirements, conducting trend analysis, and developing reports, briefs, job-aids, working papers, processes, etc. to support Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) initiatives;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to serve as an effective and forward leaning change agent during agency transfer, transition, and transformation efforts; and
  • Experience in benchmarking across multiple functional areas and drafting, editing, and documenting findings into decision briefs or other HCMO process formats for senior leaders review and action.

Functional Area

  • Process Improvement for Customer and Employee Experience
  • Employee, Supervisor, and Manager Development

Education / Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred preferably human resources, industrial/ organizational psychology, human capital management, or related field
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, or equivalent, preferred

Experience

  • At least eight (8) years’ experience as an ISD with emphasis on developing classroom instructor-led programs, courses of instruction;
  • At least four (4) years’ experience supervising assigned ISD personnel and managing ISD programs and projects;
  • Expert knowledge and demonstrated experience developing and implementing instructional development processes applying the ADDIE methodology;
  • Experience developing instructor-led or instructor-facilitated courses, products, or services within the human capital/human resources environment; e.g. new employee orientation, new employee onboarding, etc.; and
  • Experience managing and applying ADDIE methodology in program or course evaluation; program recommendations; modifications, etc.

 

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Personnel Process Modernization Functional Lead - 001262921

Location Quantico, VA 22134

Qualifications

  • Expert knowledge using Microsoft Office suite, in particular excel, power-point, word, project management. Knowledge of SharePoint and Vizio highly desirable;
  • Expert knowledge, which may include reach-back capabilities, to support content development and production in multiple human resource/human capital areas such as training, performance management, policy development, pay pool management, organizational design, new employee programs (on-boarding programs), awards programs, career/professional development programs, retention and recruitment programs;
  • Advanced facilitation and project management skills;
  • Knowledge of DoD strategic human capital goals and objectives;
  • Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with the reviewing, modifying, adapting, or developing content to support successful transitions across multiple environments;
  • Ability to assist with the development of strategic requirements, conducting trend analysis, and developing reports, briefs, job-aids, working papers, processes, etc. to support Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) initiatives;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to serve as an effective and forward leaning change agent during agency transfer, transition, and transformation efforts; and
  • Experience in benchmarking across multiple functional areas and drafting, editing, and documenting findings into decision briefs or other HCMO process formats for senior leaders review and action.

Functional Area

  • Position Management and Classification
  • Process Improvement for Customer and Employee Experience
  • Modernization of Recruitment

Education / Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred preferably human resources, industrial/ organizational psychology, human capital management, or related field

Experience

  • Eight (8) years of experience directly related to the functional areas;
  • Experience conducting position management reviews to ensure pay grade, organizational structure, and other position based attribute consistency;
  • Experience utilizing social media platforms that support and promote agency level communication and outreach efforts;
  • Experience developing recruitment strategies and plans to support workforce planning initiatives; and
  • Three (3) years of experience must have been with DCIPS. Expert knowledge of DCIPS as demonstrated by:
  • Knowledge of DCIPS statutes, regulations, directives, instructions, etc. and their applicability across the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE); or
  • Knowledge of DoD human resources statues, regulations, directives, instructions, and programs, and the DoD Human Resources/DCIPS interrelationships, as applicable; or
  • Knowledge of DCIPS organizations and/or those entities affected by DCIPS; or
  • Experience supporting DCIPS policy interpretation, pay pools, performance management, awards, programs, or hiring and staffing programs; or
  • Experience drafting DCIPS information documents or providing DCIPS briefings to employees, supervisors, managers, or leaders of an organization populated with DCIPS positions

Clearance:

  • Top Secret/SCI

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Senior Human Resources/Human Capital Policy Functional Lead - 001162921

Location Quantico, VA 22134

Clearance - Secret

Qualifications

  • Expert knowledge using Microsoft Office suite, in particular excel, power-point, word, project management. Knowledge of SharePoint and Vizio highly desirable;
  • Expert knowledge, which may include reach-back capabilities, to support content development and production in multiple human resource/human capital areas such as training, performance management, policy development, pay pool management, organizational design, new employee programs (on-boarding programs), awards programs, career/professional development programs, retention and recruitment programs;
  • Advanced facilitation and project management skills;
  • Knowledge of DoD strategic human capital goals and objectives;
  • Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with the reviewing, modifying, adapting, or developing content to support successful transitions across multiple environments;
  • Ability to assist with the development of strategic requirements, conducting trend analysis, and developing reports, briefs, job-aids, working papers, processes, etc. to support Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) initiatives;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to serve as an effective and forward leaning change agent during agency transfer, transition, and transformation efforts; and
  • Experience in benchmarking across multiple functional areas and drafting, editing, and documenting findings into decision briefs or other HCMO process formats for senior leaders review and action.

Functional Area

Policy Life Cycle Framework Development and Support

Education / Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred preferably human resources, industrial/ organizational psychology, human capital management, or related field

Experience

  • Eight (8) years of experience directly related to the functional area;
  • Three (3) years of experience must have been with DCIPS. Expert knowledge of DCIPS as demonstrated by:
  • Knowledge of DCIPS statutes, regulations, directives, instructions, etc. and their applicability across the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE); or
  • Knowledge of DoD human resources statues, regulations, directives, instructions, and programs, and the DoD Human Resources/DCIPS interrelationships, as applicable; or
  • Knowledge of DCIPS organizations and/or those entities affected by DCIPS; or
  • Experience developing DCIPS policy, guidance, instructions, programs, or program guidance; or
  • Experience supporting DCIPS policy interpretation, pay pools, performance management, awards, programs, or hiring and staffing programs; or
  • Experience drafting DCIPS information documents or providing DCIPS briefings to employees, supervisors, managers, or leaders of an organization populated with DCIPS positions

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Strategic Workforce Planning Functional Lead - 001062921

Location Quantico, VA 22134

Clearance – Secret

 

Qualifications

  • Expert knowledge using Microsoft Office suite, in particular excel, power-point, word, project management. Knowledge of SharePoint and Vizio highly desirable;
  • Expert knowledge, which may include reach-back capabilities, to support content development and production in multiple human resource/human capital areas such as training, performance management, policy development, pay pool management, organizational design, new employee programs (on-boarding programs), awards programs, career/professional development programs, retention and recruitment programs;
  • Advanced facilitation and project management skills;
  • Knowledge of DoD strategic human capital goals and objectives;
  • Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with the reviewing, modifying, adapting, or developing content to support successful transitions across multiple environments;
  • Ability to assist with the development of strategic requirements, conducting trend analysis, and developing reports, briefs, job-aids, working papers, processes, etc. to support Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) initiatives;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to serve as an effective and forward leaning change agent during agency transfer, transition, and transformation efforts; and
  • Experience in benchmarking across multiple functional areas and drafting, editing, and documenting findings into decision briefs or other HCMO process formats for senior leaders review and action.

Functional Area

  • Workforce Planning and Analytics
  • Employee, Supervisor, and Manager Development

Education / Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred preferably statistics, economics, computational social science, industrial/organizational psychology, human resources, human capital management, human capital analytics, or related fields

Experience

  • Eight (8) years of experience directly related to the functional areas;
  • Experience in workforce planning at the corporate and mission unit level;
  • Experience in employee development to include career mapping;
  • Experience developing or presenting training for supervisors, leaders, and/or employees;
  • Advanced knowledge of statistical methods, data visualization and data journalism tools and techniques; and
  • Experience in oral and written communication skills as demonstrated by the ability to transfer ideas through various channels of communication with intent to persuade and influence, advise, inform, or direct intended and select audience(s). 

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Program Manager - 000962921

Location Quantico, VA 22134

Qualifications

  • Expert knowledge using Microsoft Office suite, in particular excel, power-point, word, project management. Knowledge of SharePoint and Vizio highly desirable;
  • Expert knowledge, which may include reach-back capabilities, to support content development and production in multiple human resource/human capital areas such as training, performance management, policy development, pay pool management, organizational design, new employee programs (on-boarding programs), awards programs, career/professional development programs, retention and recruitment programs;
  • Advanced facilitation and project management skills;
  • Knowledge of DoD strategic human capital goals and objectives;
  • Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with the reviewing, modifying, adapting, or developing content to support successful transitions across multiple environments;
  • Ability to assist with the development of strategic requirements, conducting trend analysis, and developing reports, briefs, job-aids, working papers, processes, etc. to support Human Capital Management Office (HCMO) initiatives;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Ability to serve as an effective and forward leaning change agent during agency transfer, transition, and transformation efforts; and
  • Experience in benchmarking across multiple functional areas and drafting, editing, and documenting findings into decision briefs or other HCMO process formats for senior leaders review and action.

Education / Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, or equivalent

Experience

  • Minimum of ten (10) years relevant managerial experience that includes project planning, management and project administration;
  • Minimum of 3 (3) years DoD or federal government human resource/human capital experience including expert knowledge of and experience working with Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS) issues;
  • Demonstrated experience with multiple media resources and technologies to support and promote a fully functioning Human Capital Management Office, responsible for employees that are geographically disperse;
  • Expert in change management philosophies with demonstrated ability to positively bring about change on a large scale; and
  • Expert Knowledge in/of the human resource and human capital management civilian workforce environment and ability to analyze workforce data to develop, integrate, and align HR strategies with enterprise focus to support and influence decision-making on human capital needs and planning.

Clearance:

  • Secret

 

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Policy Data Technician - 000862221

Location Arlington, VA 22201

Our Policy Data Technician will:

  • Drive efficiency and accountability in task management
  • Tracking correspondence and staffing packages
  • Preliminary coordination of policy and the formal OSD policy issuance process

You will:

  • Continually monitor the publications box for incoming issuances, questions, and RFIs, promptly processing, posting to appropriate portals, and assigning to action officers per assigned portfolios via NIPRnet or SIPRnet policy portals or JWICS email when classification warrants.
  • Set suspenses consistent with DoDI 5025.01 guidelines, confirm action officer receipt, and track suspenses on a consolidated calendar and Excel spreadsheet, following up to ensure external suspense dates are met and updating the Policy Focal Point daily
  • Create portal accounts and update accesses on assignment of any new task, on close-out of an issuance, or on assignment of new staff to the Policy Division, keeping an up-to-date record of accesses and permissions while protecting PII
  • Provide portal help-desk and data entry support to ensure the proper functioning and prompt completion of tasks, conducting training by request
  • Maintain a file plan for all key Policy documents, coordinating with OUSD(I&S) ExecSec to ensure compliance with the OUSD(I&S) records management plan
  • Prepare and monitor all CATMS actions and reports, assign tasks per portfolio, coordinate stakeholder input, manage responses to that coordination, and track the completion of tasks

Tasks

  • Review issuance coordination requests & post to policy portals
  • Assign per portfolio assignments
  • Tasks started and assigned in Policy portal
  • Requesting org informed of status 5.15
  • Coordinate classified issuances
  • Grant Portal access
  • Authenticate users, assign permissions, provide admin site maintenance, helpdesk support, data entry
  • Tasks started and assigned in JWICS email
  • Requesting org informed
  • Accounts and groups assigned with appropriate permission

Security Clearance

  • TS/SCI

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Project Manager - 000562221

Location Alexandria, VA 22206/ Washington D.C 20001

This role will be a “working” PM who will oversee/ manage a small team conducting Risk Management Framework/ Information System Security Officer (ISSO) support activities as well as perform in a technical capacity. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as the single Point of Contact for the government Contracting Officer/Contracting Officer Representative for all contracts and programmatic requirements.
  • Manage the day-to-day task assignments of assigned project staff in accordance with government priorities.   
  • Ensure quality of services and deliverables meet the standards established by the government as well as the company.
  • Serve as a technical expert in the planning, coordination, and execution of Cyber Readiness and Security Inspections.
  • Serve as a technical expert on multi-agency working groups to identify, address, and provide recommendations for Information Assurance improvements.
  • Conduct security assessments/blue team assessments for IT systems to include hardware, software, web applications, and other IT technologies.
  • Support security testing of information systems to include penetration testing.
  • Prepare and/or review System Security Plans, System Assessment Plans, Security Authorization packages, and other Risk Management Framework (RMF) related artifacts.
  • Coordinate and evaluate vulnerability scans including Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) compliance.
  • Conduct continuous monitoring of information systems, document, and report vulnerabilities/ weaknesses, and recommend mitigation strategies.

Mandatory Qualifications

  • Possess at least 12 years of experience with eight (8) years’ specific experience performing Risk Management Framework activities in accordance with NIST 800 series and other federal government policy/guidance cybersecurity requirements.
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field of study or Associates degree with 10 years relevant experience.
  • Certified as a Certified Network Defender (CND-AU and/or CND-IR) and/or Computer Security Service Provider (CSSP).
  • Proven ability to manage multi-disciplinary teams of up to 10 personnel.
  • Proven ability to manage and maintain ATO requirements across multiple platforms including classified, unclassified, cloud-based, and off-network systems.
  • Currently hold a Top Secret; must be eligible to obtain a clearance at the TS/SCI w/ CI Poly level.

Desired Qualifications

  • Expertise in using the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) RMF tool.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Information System Security requirements
  • Strong oral and written communications with an ability to develop high visibility products and brief senior leaders.

Security Clearance

  • Top secret with eligibility for TS/SCI w/ CI Poly

 

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Project Manager - 000462221

Location Alexandria, VA 22206

This role will be a “working” PM will oversee/ manage a small team conducting Risk Management Framework/ Information System Security Officer (ISSO) support activities as well as perform in a technical capacity.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as the single Point of Contact for the government Contracting Officer/Contracting Officer Representative for all contracts and programmatic requirements.
  • Manage the day-to-day task assignments of project staff in accordance with government priorities.   
  • Ensure quality of services and deliverables meet the standards established by the government as well as the company.
  • Conduct Assessment and Authorizations (A&A) services in accordance with Risk Management Framework (RFM) requirements to achieve Authority to Operate (ATO)
  • Conduct continuous monitoring of Information Systems in Ongoing Authorization status.
  • Advise key stakeholders of any identified vulnerability or issue and document the resulting risk-based decision.

Mandatory Qualifications

  • Possess at least 12 years of experience with 8 (4) years’ specific experience performing Risk Management Framework activities in accordance with NIST 800 series and other federal government policy/guidance cybersecurity requirements.
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field of study or Associates degree with 10 years specific experience.
  • Certified as an Information Assurance Manager (IAM) Level II or higher.
  • Proven ability to manage small teams of up 5-10 technical staff.
  • Proven ability to manage ATO requirements across multiple platforms including classified, unclassified, cloud-based, and off-network systems.
  • Currently hold a minimum of a Secret clearance; Top Secret is highly desired.

Desired Qualifications

  • Previous experience serving in an Information System Security Officer (ISSO) type role.
  • Strong oral and written communications with an ability to develop high visibility products and brief senior leaders.

Security Clearance

  • Minimum Secret with Top Secret Eligibility

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Front Desk Receptionist - 000262121

Location Vienna, VA 22182

Summary:  The Receptionist will provide support and coverage to the RiVidium Headquarters front desk.  The Receptionist will greet, assist, and provide direction and information to staff, clients, visitors, and other guests of the organization.  This position provided all necessary conference room scheduling, upkeep kitchen and common areas, ordering and inventory of office supplies, and is responsible for a variety of other assigned tasks.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Greets and directs office visitors, answers office telephone system, responds to direct requests for information and/or forwards messages to the appropriate staff; provides beverages and refreshments to visitors and guests.
  • Provides meeting supports, including, but not limited to scheduling conference rooms, coordinating food, logistics, etc., as needed.
  • Monitor office supplies inventory and place orders, as needed.
  • Ensures office common areas, kitchen, and conference rooms are maintained in and orderly and clean fashion.
  • Answers office multi-line phone system, screens, directs calls and messages to the appropriate staff.
  • Performs administrative and clerical support tasks, as needed.
  • Performs basic filing and recordkeeping.
  • Coordinates materials for meetings, training sessions, and other activities of the company.
  • Signs for and distributes UPS/FedEx packages.
  • Maintains and updates database(s), as needed.
  • Receives and distributes all incoming mail, coordinates outgoing mail, including courier services, postage meter account, and interoffice mail distribution.
  • Serve as lead and main point of contact in providing support of mailing and/or coordinating bulk mailing processes.
  • Provides administrative support to staff for copying, faxing, and large-scale mailings.
  • Performs other duties as required and/or assigned.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

  • Proven experience as an office receptionist
  • Strong proficiency in people skills and providing excellent customer service
  • Strong working knowledge of office procedures and having a professional demeanor and appearance
  • Excellent typing skills (ability to type 40 wpm minimum)
  • Punctual with strong attendance history
  • Working knowledge of office equipment, such as printers, copiers, and fax machines
  • Proficiency in MS Office:  working knowledge and high proficiency in MS Word, Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook (in particular)
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work, good organization and multi-tasking skills
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent listening, written and verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Strong problem-solving and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
  • Ability to multi-task while maintaining careful attention to detail
  • Ability to work effectively both individually and within a team environment
  • Ability to handle a large of amount of confidential information and maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines and address competing priorities
  • Willingness to take initiative

Education:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required. 

Experience:

  • Minimum of two (2) years receptionist experience in an office environment required

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Contract Specialist - 000162121

Location Vienna, VA 22182

Summary:  The Contract Specialist will provide support to the Contract Team and the Finance Department.  The Contract Specialist is responsible for various phases of contract development from researching legal regulations to negotiating terms and preparing print documents.  This position will draft and review contractual agreements between Rividium/TripleCyber and its clients for products and services.  Duties for this position will include evaluating bids, preparing contracts, and negotiating terms, and a variety of other assigned tasks.

Supervisory Responsibilities:  None

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serves as main liaison and POC with outside contracting representatives and clients regarding contract matters; corresponds directly with client and/or contractor to satisfy issues or questions pertaining to proposals or contracts.
  • Administers contracts and coordinates with clients and contractors to guarantee terms of contracts are fulfilled in compliance with contract terms and regulations.
  • Completes Price Negotiation Memorandums (PNM) to document the file upon successful completion of negotiations.
  • Assesses contractor performance to identify need for amendments of existing contracts.
  • Prepares and edits contracts between company and potential clients; negotiates contract agreements for products and services.
  • Maintains electronic contract database; monitors industry and government trends ensuring efficiency and compliance; makes recommendations as necessary.
  • Coordinates pre-award process activities from requirements definition through contract/task order award (including identifying, resolving, and improving process bottlenecks - and providing weekly status briefings).
  • Participates and coordinates with Contract Team and Finance Department in development and implementation of effective procurement proposals.
  • Researches regulations to guarantee contracts are updated and in compliance with laws.
  • Maintains correlational journal of Commitments and Obligations - reflecting all activity for MIPRs/Contracts.
  • Handles breach of contracts in a timely manner; routes necessary documentation for contract and legal reviews.
  • Generates contract requisitions/modifications for CFO and/or C-Suite approval; determines terms and conditions for solicitations and contracts; prepares contract modifications and documentation for negotiations of Contracts and Modifications; updates and prepares contract files and electronic documents to support decisions made regarding programs.
  • Processes contracts, purchase orders, delivery orders, and contract modifications for CFO and/or C-Suite Leadership to review.
  • Administers task orders and contracts including processing invoices, monitoring, contract provisions, and ensuring contractor performance.
  • Assists in coordinating document exchanges with responsible COs for CORs entering and exiting contract management responsibilities.
  • Creates and maintains performance and statistical data on budget and performance data; prepares documentation for contract file; compiles and analyzes contract data.
  • Develops standardized performance measures, accumulates performance data, and provides scheduled and ad hoc reports.
  • Maintains Project Status Reports for each individual contract activity; provides burn-rate analysis, Period of Performance monitoring, modification status reports, and other vital historical data elements.
  • Participates, coordinates, and supports meetings, conferences, and site visits, as required.
  • Performs other duties as required and/or assigned.

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

  • Current working knowledge of:  Contract Management, Contract Closeouts, Sole Sourcing, Evaluation of Contract Price Proposals, Price and Cost Analyses, FedBiz OPS postings, Acquisitions Planning, Non-Disclosures Agreement, Teaming Agreements, Joint Ventures, Subtract Agreements, and Memorandums of Understanding.
  • Highly proficient experience in preparing contract documents including, but not limited to, RFPs, RFIs, RFQs.
  • Ability to negotiate contract terms, prepare contracts, evaluate bids, and research current regulations; knowledge of negotiation best practices, both in-person and in written form, that considers cultural norms and client's best interests.
  • Expert working knowledge on drafting and editing contracts with demonstrating office
  • lent attention to detail.
  • Possess current in-depth knowledge of procurement regulations, contract agreements, and legal terminology.
  • Clear adherence to company policies and procurement rules and regulations.
  • In-depth knowledge of procurement regulations, contract documents, and legal specifications.
  • Outstanding negotiation and interpersonal skills; strong proficiency in providing excellent customer service.
  • Ability to resolve client complaints and concerns; attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines and address competing priorities.
  • Strong problem-solving and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
  • Excellent time management skills and organization skills; ability to prioritize work and multitask on several projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to work effectively both individually and within a team environment.
  • Ability to handle a large of amount of confidential information and maintain confidentiality.
  • Excellent listening, written and verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills.

Education:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree with at least twenty-four (24) semester hours in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management.  Advanced degree preferred.
  • Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution above minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.

Experience:

  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience in a similar role with minimum of three (3) years in government contracting.
  • DAWIA Level II certified and/or FAC-C equivalent are preferred.
  • In-depth working knowledge and experience with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFARS).
  • Possess proficiency in use of MS Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of current and legally-binding contractual language and terminology, as well as applicable laws, rules, regulations and procedures in government contracting.

Required Clearance Level:  None

Conformance Statement:

The statements in this document are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, knowledge, skills, and abilities required of individuals so classified. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job duties and responsibilities.

Working Conditions/Equipment/Safety:

Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk.  Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds at times.  Normally works in a general office environment with the use of computer, printer, telephone, copier, fax, and calculator. Lighting and temperature are adequate and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc

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