General Engineering Job for the Defense Acquisition University
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 join a world class corporate university and take on the challenge of reaching over 150,000 learners worldwide?
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 on the acquisition community.
For optimum consideration, please ensure your resume reflects how your experience and educational achievements are related to key functional areas of this position including: experience, teaching abilities, mission assistance/consulting, and curriculum development.
Current Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) level 3 certification in the Facilities Engineering career field or equivalent professional certification is required or have the ability to obtain this certification within 24 months of appointment.
1. Experience: Describe in detail the depth and breadth of your facility engineering experience in the Department of Defense (DoD) or other federal agency.
Contracting and/or program management experience related to facilities engineering is preferred and should also be included.
A professional engineer (PE) or registered architect (RA) certification is preferred.
This includes processes used in real estate, planning, design, construction, maintenance, and disposal of a facility on military installations and the infrastructure developed in civil works projects.
This also includes environmental professionals with direct knowledge on how environmental considerations are integrated into facility life cycle.
Experience in the total ownership cost management on how a facility integrates into a military installation's mission and how well it co-exists with the installation, the surrounding environment, and how it is managed in the Defense acquisition system.
2. Teaching: Demonstrated ability to teach and facilitate adult learning, process relevant threads/themes, define objectives, draw conclusions, maintain audience interest, and effectively facilitate student learning in facilities engineering areas noted in paragraph 1. This includes the ability to communicate (orally and in writing) complex material to students with different backgrounds in delivery methods such as guided discussions, short lectures, role plays, problem-based learning and case studies.
3. Curriculum Development: Ability to develop and manage course material, learning assets and learning products for the facilities engineering career field, and other career fields, to include the continuous assessment, currency, and quality of various types of learning assets and learning products for the facility engineering areas noted in paragraph one.
Describe any experience with curriculum development in the areas of classroom courses, distance learning courses, or continuous learning modules.
4. Mission Assistance/Consulting: Ability to consult with DoD and/or non-DoD clients in areas related to facilities engineering as noted in paragraph 1 above and to DoD acquisition management in general.
This announcement is open to all U.S. Citizens.