ASSISTANT DEPUTY COMMANDANT, INSTALLATIONS & LOGISTICS (E-BUSINESS & CONTRACTING)
Serve as the "Principal Assistant for Acquisition" to the "Head of the Contracting Activity," (Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for Installations and Logistics) as those terms are used in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and the Navy Marine Corps Acquisition Regulation Supplement (NMCARS) with all the authorities delegated to such principal assistants under the FAR, DFARS and NMCARS. As the senior contracting professional responsible for acquisition policy in the Marine Corps, prescribe and direct the development of and approves policies, regulations and procedures governing all aspects of the Marine Corps field procurement and contracting programs within the framework of applicable laws and regulations. Develop and issue directives to the subordinate commands and activities and provides procedures and oversight to assure that such authority is exercised correctly. Responsible for policy and professional responsibility oversight of all field contracting activities as well as the contingency contracting function for the deployed forces. Direct impact of over $1 billion in annual contract awards; additionally have responsibility for the proper application of the Government Commercial Purchase Card Program used by nearly 1200 Marines and Civilians to purchase over $100 million in goods and services annually. Provide workforce and community management as prescribed by the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) as applied to the Marine Corps. Collect data and maintain an automated reporting system for all applicable contract actions and uses this data to satisfy higher level reporting requirements and forecasting of future contracting community staffing and skill requirements. Prepare and monitor the long-term training and development plan associated with the contracting community, both military and civilian of over 600 contracting professionals worldwide.
To meet the minimum qualification requirements for this position, you must show that you possess the five Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs), Mandatory Technical Qualifications (MTQs), and other qualifications, if applicable, listed below.
These factors are required, and must be addressed for the incumbent to perform the duties of the position. The mandatory technical qualifications must be met to be rated eligible for this position.
BASIC EDUCATION REQUIREMENT:
Applicant must meet the following Department of Defense qualification requirements for 1102 contracting positions:
MANDATORY TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
The applicant is to provide a separate narrative statement to each of the following technical qualifications which describes fully, but concisely, how his/her experience supports each of the following qualifications. Each technical qualification narrative should not exceed 2 pages. Failure to address these specific qualifications in a separate narrative statement will eliminate you from consideration.
1. Knowledge of contract laws, rules, regulations and practices as applied within the Department of Defense in both a dispersed organizational approach and during contingency operations.
2. Ability to develop and execute acquisition plans for multi-dimensional complex procurement actions.
3. Experience managing a decentralized workforce composed of both military and civilian employees in accordance with the principles of Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA).
4. In depth knowledge of the federal Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution process to include all aspects of resource management such as adapting mission to accommodate resource reductions.
5. Ability to establish the vision and create an execution plan for E-Business including integration with the supporting establishment, acquisition community, and the financial management department.
EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs): The ECQs describe the leadership skills needed to succeed in the Senior Executive Service, and are in addition to the specific technical factors listed above. To assess the executive experience of each candidate, applicants who are applying for their initial career appointment in the SES must demonstrate, with specific examples, how their experience is relevant to exercising leadership in each of the five competencies. Current or former SES Career employees are not required to address the ECQs (SES Career employees include only those appointed under Title 5 U.S.C. 3393). A concise executive summary must show where and when the qualifications were obtained, the organizational setting in which the experience was acquired, (e.g. organizational size, level, and assigned fiscal resources), and a narrative discussion of the qualifications. The ECQs must not exceed 10 pages.
1. Leading Change: The ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to establish an organizational vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.
2. Leading People: The ability to lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts.
3. Results Driven: The ability to meet organizational goals and customer expectations. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks.
4. Business Acumen: The ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically.
5. Building Coalitions: The ability to build coalitions internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organizations, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.
These ECQs must be addressed in a separate narrative statement. Specific instructions for preparing your statement and definitions of these core qualifications are available at http://www.opm.gov/ses/recruitment/ecq.asp
This position has positive education requirements, you must submit a copy of your transcripts or an itemized list of college courses which includes equivalent information from the transcript (course title, semester/quarter hours, and grade/degree earned). See OPM's General Policies for information on crediting education.
Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the qualification requirements if the applicant can provide documentation indicating that the foreign education is comparable to that received in an accredited educational institution in the United States. It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide such evidence when applying for further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html
Selected candidate will be subject to a two-year probationary period in the Senior Executive Service unless required probationary period has been served. Selectee may also be subject to a records review prior to being appointed to this position.
In accordance with Executive Order 12564, applicants selected are required to submit to a drug test and receive a negative drug test result prior to appointment.
Must be able to obtain an interim and/or final (e.g., confidential/secret/top secret, etc.) security clearance prior to entrance on duty AND must be able to maintain the required level of clearance while employed in the subject position. Failure to obtain and maintain the required level of clearance may result in the withdrawal of a job offer or removal.
Selectee will be required to complete and submit an Executive Personnel Financial Disclosure Report, OGE-278, prior to entering the position and annually thereafter.
All newly appointed career SES leaders must sign the Reassignment Rights and Obligations Agreement as a condition of appointment into the SES in accordance with DoD Directive 1403.03.
Recruitment incentives may or may not be authorized.
All qualifications and eligibility requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement and clearly documented in your resume.
This position is designated a Critical Acquisition Position (CAP) and is subject to the following quality ranking factors per the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations. An applicant must:
1. Be a member of the Acquisition Corps (AC) prior to placement in the position, become a member, or obtain a position assignment waiver from the DACM prior to placement in the position;
2. Meet the Level III Career Field mandatory certification requirements within 24 months after assignment to the position;
3. Have 10 years of acquisition experience, 4 of which were in a critical acquisition position; and
4. Execute a CAP Service Agreement prior to assignment to the position.
This position is in the Contracting career field.
Ensure proof of membership in the Acquisition Corps is attached to your application.
Additional information regarding the Defense Acquisition Workforce requirements can be found at DACM On-Line: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/rda/workforce/Pages/CareerManagement.aspx
Department of the Navy offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, a 401K-type retirement plan and an Employee Assistance Program. More information can be found at: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/Benefits/Pages/Default.aspx
Male applicants born after Dec. 31, 1959 must certify at the time of appointment that they have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service law (see http://www.sss.gov/).
Veterans preference does not apply to the Senior Executive Service.
Within the Department of Defense (DoD), the appointment of retired military members within 180 days immediately following retirement date to a civilian position is subject to the provisions of 5 United States Code 3326.
A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the selectee fails to meet the pre-employment requirements, including failure to report to any of the scheduled appointments.
The Department of the Navy uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.
Federal annuitant information: The selection of an annuitant is subject to the Department of Defense and Department of the Navy policy on the employment of annuitants. Policy information may be found at: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/Documents/CivilianJobs/FedCivAnnuitants.pdf
Filling of this position is not subject to the provisions of the DOD Priority Placement Program (PPP).
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