This job announcement will be accepting candidate submissions until 15 Dec 2023.
Position duties include, but are not limited to:
Manage and lead enterprise-level Information Technology (IT) applications, workflows, and infrastructure for the International Office.
Senior technical advisor to functional users providing IT technical assistance to organization, and POC for the installation network services contract and serves as the contracting officer's representative (COR) for the IT support contract.
Ensure coordination with the local comms squadron and IT support staff to ensure local, corporate and Air Force network services are available and updated.
Synchronize local mobile device coordination, determining acquisition, provisioning, operating, and refresh processes.
Ensure organizational information including shared drives, digital repositories and web-site postings are accurate and up to date.
Liaise with the Defense Information Systems Agency to ensure the London-based Wide Area Network architecture is available, economical, and meets performance requirements.
Serve as the EOARD Computer Security Manager ensuring cybersecurity and information assurance requirements, policies, orders, and instructions are applied and enforced.
Manage the office IT budget, including hardware, software, and telecom costs, and acquisition of information technology (IT) assets and continuity of operations in accordance with policy and mission needs.
Oversee coordination with telecom providers to ensure mobile, landline and long-haul circuits are provided as required.
Develop applications and workflows for reporting, project and records management, and contracting.
Manage IO records inventory in AFRIMS and Content Server on behalf of the IO Director.
Serve as Scientific Technical Information (STINFO) Officer supporting IPO reports, proposals, and reviews, and monitors organizational inboxes.
Evaluate the continuous development of AFOSR enterprise systems (e.g., Pega, SharePoint, Content Server/Livelink, Tableau, etc.) in meeting IO requirements.
Interviews will be held mid-January 2024
Overseas tour length: 3-5 years
1 year probationary period
No locality pay; may be eligible for other entitlements
Yes, this position is eligible for telework opportunities; as determined by agency policy Remote Work (CONUS)
No, this position is not approved for remote work. Required Qualifications
U.S. Citizenship Required.
Males must be registered for Selective Service, see www.sss.gov
A Secret security clearance is required. Must be able to obtain/maintain clearance.
PCS expenses if authorized will be paid IAW JTR and Air Force Regulations.
This position is subject to provisions of the DoD Priority Placement Program.
This is an APDP position requiring Level/Tier 1 (Foundational) Non-Critical certification in Engineering & Technical Management (N). This position has been designated as an acquisition position and is covered by the Acquisition Professional Development Program (APDP). The employee must meet or be capable of meeting Defense Acquisition Work Improvement Act (DAWIA) requirements applicable to the duties of the position.
Has managed Information Technology (IT) applications, workflows, and infrastructure.
Has provided IT technical assistance and cybersecurity and information assurance support.
Has managed IT budget, including hardware, software, and telecom costs, and acquisition of IT assets.
Familiar with records inventory (AFRIMS), Scientific Technical Information (STINFO), and contract oversight.
Working knowledge of enterprise systems (e.g., Pega, SharePoint, Content Server/Livelink, Tableau, etc.)