Opening is for a mid- to senior-level consultant on the staff of a not-for-profit, government management consulting organization headquartered in Tysons, Virginia. This position may support a variety of projects from short term studies to long-term, on-site client support. Top candidates will have a record of performance supporting teams on multiple, concurrent projects/engagements to and develop and deliver implementable solutions in fast-paced, deadline driven environments.
Provides consulting support services in the areas of acquisition and procurement policy; strategic sourcing and category management; acquisition administration and oversight; process improvement; acquisition management support; and other related activities.
• Ensuring high quality service delivery.
• Managing and participating in multiple, concurrent client engagements.
• Identifying, developing, and leading analytical teams, as required.
• Conducting detailed research and analysis.
• Authoring reports, studies, presentations and other artifacts for submission to clients.
• Serving as a trusted advisor to government clients on policy, process, and oversight issues within the acquisition domain.
• Developing and maintaining relationships with senior federal managers and functional specialists in client organizations.
• Identifying and shaping support opportunities to capture new business.
• Bachelor’s degree.
• Advanced degree in business, finance, public administration, public policy or other relevant area preferred.
• At least thirteen (13) years of experience supporting federal acquisitions as a consultant advising and assisting federal clients and/or as a federal official.
• Expansive knowledge of planning, pre-award, award, post-award, and closeout phases of the acquisition lifecycle for one or more federal agencies.
• Detailed knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, and procedures in the federal acquisition environment.
• Detailed knowledge of the Federal Procurement Data System – Next Generation (FPDS-NG), System for Award Management (SAM), Federal Business Opportunities (FBO), the Acquisition Gateway, and related acquisition systems and databases
• Demonstrated ability to distill complex data, reach conclusions supported by evidence, and present findings in a concise and compelling manner.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to draft and edit regulations, policies, technical presentations, research papers, management reports.
• Strong interpersonal and representational skills with the ability to develop and maintain highly professional relationships with colleagues, team members, and clients.
• Proficiency with a variety of software applications, including Word, Power Point, Excel, Visio and MS Project.
• Knowledge of SharePoint or other business collaboration tools preferred.
• Federal Acquisition Certification (FAC), Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA), and/or Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferred.
Security Clearance Statement:
Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. For this position, LMI will only consider applicants with current security clearances or applicants who are eligible for security clearances. Please note that only U.S. Citizens are eligible for a security clearance.