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Pay Range:
$36 to $65 / Per Hour
Job Grade:
AD-1102-0
Schedule:
Intermittent
Duration:
Term - 1 year
Apply by: 2017-07-06 Published: 6 months ago

All qualified applicants will receive consideration.

However, the person who is selected must reside within the local commuting area of the assigned duty station.

There are multiple positions being filled.

The location of the positions will be determined between the AGENCY and the APPLICANTS selected.

This is NOT a full-time position.

The number of hours required and the timeframe to be worked will be negotiated at the time of selection.

This position does not have a normal schedule, but will be used to enable the University to meet various changes and surges in requirements.

There is no minimum guaranteed hours of work for an intermittent position, and the total hours that will be required will not exceed 1,000 hours per contracted year.

Are you ready to help a world-class university take on the challenges of reaching over 150,000 learners worldwide?

The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is the recognized leader as a corporate university, advancing the use of technology in all areas of education.

The professional faculty and staff at DAU work in a strong team environment to continuously improve the ways we help our students learn by delivering the right knowledge and skills at the point of need.

Come join this dynamic team using your expertise to make a real impact in the acquisition community.

For optimum consideration, please ensure your resume reflects how your experience and educational achievements are related to key functional areas and ensure you address your potential to execute the key functional areas of this position including: contracting experience, teaching abilities, mission assistance/ consulting, learning asset management (curriculum development and knowledge sharing), leadership, and resource management.

Current Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) level 3 certification in the Contracting career field or equivalent professional certification is required, however level 2 certification may be acceptable subject to obtaining level 3 within 12 months after initial hiring.

1. Acquisition Experience: Experience in key government and contractor acquisition-related positions involving the duties of a Contracting Officer, leadership positions or other senior level positions within the 1102 job series.

Candidates should demonstrate both a broad and in depth job experience in DoD Contract Management policy, practice, process and regulations applicable to DoD acquisition management.

Demonstrate an understanding of the latest changes/issues (commercialization, partnering with industry, teaming, etc.) and the contracting professional's role as a business advisor to the customer.

This element includes experience in and knowledge of techniques and approaches required to organize and implement good federal contract management practices with an understanding of both the theoretical and practical aspects of federal contract management.

2. Technical Knowledge: Identify both breadth and depth of knowledge in DoD Contract Management policy, practice, process and regulations applicable to DoD acquisition management.

Demonstrate an understanding of the latest changes/issues (commercialization, partnering with industry, teaming, etc.) and the contracting professional's role as a business advisor to the customer.

An in depth knowledge of DoD contracts/business management is required for this position.

This element includes experience in and knowledge of techniques and approaches required to organize and implement good federal contract management practices, with an understanding of both the theoretical and practical aspects of federal contract management.

Specific technical knowledge and experience across various types of DoD acquisitions inclusive of supplies, services and major weapon systems.

3. Teaching: Present and facilitate instruction both in classroom and through web-based or virtual learning modes to adult learners.

Instruction is provided both on the campus and on-site, which may require 25-40% travel (TDY).

Conduct lectures, case studies, simulations, and workshops.

Typical courses are 2 or 4 weeks in duration.

At a minimum, expected to teach DAWIA Contracting Career Field Level I and/or II courses (e.g., CON 090, CON 170, CON 270, & CON 290).

See DAU at iCatalog http://icatalog.dau.mil/ for course descriptions and corresponding learning objectives.

4. Curriculum Development: Design, develop and prepare course material (student and instructor) according to current instructional systems design technology.

Design and develop lectures, case studies, simulations, and workshops.

This announcement is open to all U.S. Citizens