Part Time Strategic Integration Specialist Iii Jobs Vacancy in Cherokee Nation Businesses Lakewood
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Washington, DC Area
Cherokee Nation Management and Consulting is seeking a part-time Strategic Integration Specialist III in support of the Environmental Technology Office (ETO). The Director for the OASA (IE&E) ETO is matrixed to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics & Technology [OASA (ALT)] and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition Policy and Logistics [DASA (APL)] via a memorandum of agreement. The ETO requires systems engineering, and ESOH technical and management support for the Army acquisition community and the OASA (ALT), in close coordination with the OASA (IE&E). The ETO performs several mission and functions providing technical and management support to the acquisition community, integrating environmental compliance, system safety and occupational health within the life cycle of weapon systems.
Support the ETO Director using cross-organizational coordination within the Army and military services to promote value added integration of ESOH requirements into weapon system acquisition processes, beginning prior to acquisition program initiation through end-of-life decision making.
Maintain close coordination with acquisition managers and matrix support offices to respond to ESOH requirements and inquiries
Prepare weekly executive level summaries of significant activities, monthly status reports, meeting minutes, analyses and presentation materials, as required to document contract activities and to answer tasks from the ETO Director
Prepare analyses supporting policy, regulatory and statutory requirements and guidance for implementation by Army acquisition managers
Participate in Army and Joint service system Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) councils and integrated process teams
Maintain coordination with the DASA (ESOH) staff, the Army Safety Office and US Public Health Center, as well as SOH staff across the Services and the Office of the Secretary of Defense
Prepare analyses and presentations materials to support the Director and transfer information to Army acquisition program managers for system safety analyses, health hazard and toxicity assessment, SOH requirements in systems engineering processes, conducting tests, and supporting fielding
Prepare input to policies, guidance and standard practices for SOH evaluations.
Respond to Army acquisition management requests within systems engineering and program management processes
Attend system working groups, provide guidance addressing policies, support systems engineering activities to assess hazards and mitigate risk, and provide analyses supporting risk acceptance decisions. coupled to the execution of ESOH requirements to assure compliance
Respond to Army acquisition management requests within logistics and materiel release processes
Attend system working groups, provide guidance addressing global regulatory trends impacting availability of chemicals and materials due to environmental, safety or health considerations. Manage and oversee the Army reserve of ozone depleting substances
A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience with the following is a must:
Experience in intensive knowledge of statutes, DOD military service and Army acquisition policies, and couple to the execution of ESOH requirements.
Experience with environmental, safety and occupational health issues (related to installation missions, Army science and technology portfolios and technology transition processes across installation and weapon system programs)
Applying organizational and strategic goals and objectives, Army priorities and global regulatory trends impacting weapon system development, testing, operation and support, and execution of ESOH functions within systems engineering disciplines
Knowledge of ASA (ALT) and ASA (IE&E) organizations, strategic goals and objectives, Army priorities and ESOH issues related to installation missions, Army science and technology portfolios and technology transition across installation and weapon system programs, global regulatory trends impacting weapon system development, testing, operation and support, and execution of ESOH functions within systems engineering disciplines as well as federal and international ESOH-relevant policies, regulations and statutory requirements related to required system capabilities
Knowledge and understanding of the application of statues, DOD military service and Army acquisition policies, coupled to the execution of ESOH requirements to assure compliance
Experience in logistics planning, maintenance and supply support
Understanding and managing ozone depleting substances
Experience in Army, other military service, federal and international ESOH relevant policies, regulations and statutory requirements related to required system capabilities
A minimum of four (4) years’ demonstrated (actual) experience in staffing and coordinating actions with the Army Secretariat, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the individual Services
Proficient with MS Office Suite and other federal environmental databases
Excellent critical thinking and communication skills both oral and written
Have the ability to pass a drug screen and federal background check (NACI) is a must
Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Apply online at www.cherokee-cnmc.com
Cherokee Nation Management & Consulting (CNMC) is a versatile small business that provides advisory & assistance services in research, experimental development, technology implementation, and program management. CNMC has expertise in a wide-range of technical disciplines including engineering, environmental, information and asset management, along with a variety of physical and life sciences. The company is an integral part of the Technology Division’s portfolio of companies. Wholly owned by the Cherokee Nation, CNMC is part of the Cherokee Nation Businesses family of companies.
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