Management & Program Analyst (Contracts & Acquisition) GS-0343-11

DHS - Customs and Border Protection

About the organization

CBP’s Professional Staff plays a vital role in supporting the frontline mission.

Standing behind Frontline personnel is a dedicated team of professional staff members. CBP has thousands of employees working in interesting and complex mission and operations support roles such as cyber security, forensic laboratory services, international affairs, international trade, and intelligence research. CBP posts all professional job opportunities on USAJOBS.gov. Log on, apply now, and join our team!

Duties

This position is located within the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of
Professional Responsibility (OPR), Mission Support Division, Contracts & Acquisition Group.
Serves as an analyst and/or program advisor to management on various procurement functions and
activities requiring application of qualitative and/or quantitative methods for assessment of management processes, systems and procurement programs. Provides support to management on organizational changes, as well as analyze trends and patterns to make recommendations on business improvement processes.

Qualifications

- Knowledge of contracts and acquisition management principles, concepts and practices to provide advice and guidance to OPR employees and managers on procurement principles, concepts, laws, regulations, techniques and guidelines.

- Ability to plan, schedule, and conduct projects and studies; develop new or modified work procedures; and analyze current procedures to make recommendations.
Knowledge of the Contracting Officer responsibilities to serve as MSD point of contact, and ability to provide guidance to managers on contracting activities.

- Expert knowledge of analytical tools and methodology regarding procurement for the implementation of laws, policies and regulations; resolving planning, evaluation, control, and resource allocation problems; and an ability to provide advice to parties dealing with various management levels throughout the agency.

- Demonstrated interpersonal and administrative skills sufficient to organize and coordinate thorough, systematic, professional efforts to meet the organization's planning needs and requirements, and to provide written and oral reports with conclusions, alternatives, and recommendations on policies, projects, or studies for the agency.

Salary

72,750 - 94,581

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please email resume and non-competitive eligibility letter to [email protected]

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