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Instructor - Federal Personal Property Management
at Management Concepts
Tysons Corner, VA
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Management Concepts, Inc. is recruiting for a Instructors to join our Acquisition and Contracting Division to teach our Federal Personal Property Management Courses as an Independent Contractor. In this role, you will provide student-focused, competency-based, live classroom instruction to federal personnel involved in the management of personal property either in the hands of the government or contractors. You will address the following topics depending on the course you are asked to teach:
Scope of personal property management and its basis in law and regulation
Requirements determination process
Property cycle to include acquisition, management, accountability, utilization, and disposal
Accounting for personal property
Administration of contractor-held property
Audiences may include federal employees and/or contractor personnel who seek comprehensive knowledge of the management of personal property either in their agency or that has been provided by the government under their federal government contracts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Present 5-day classes to groups of up to 30 students
Apply principle of adult learning in course presentations
Deliver courses in accordance with instructor guide, student materials, and published course descriptions
Adhere to course schedules
Provide feedback on materials to curriculum development staff
Deliver client-specific versions of courses in onsite presentations
Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ability to clearly and accurately explain legal requirements and best practices in the personal property management environment
Thorough understanding of federal personal property management including determining and satisfying requirements, receipt of property, recording receipt, storage, inventory management, physical inventories, maintenance, motor vehichle management, and aircraft management and reporting.
Thorough understanding of the requirements for management of property in the hands of contractors under their federal government contracts or grants and at subcontractor locations.
Hands-on familiarity with Federal Property Management Regulations, Federal Management Regulation, the Federal Acquisition Regulation as it pertains to government property, and other federal regulations and policies that govern the personal property management process
Personal property management experience through out the property cycle, including acquisition planning, solicitation, source evaluation and selection, and lease administration is highly desired.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Design and implement consulting engagements in areas related to Federal acquisition, to include engagements specific to performance-based service acquisition.
Provide input to development of customized acquisition training courses, collaborating with instructional design staff to meet client or market requirements and deliver training for customized acquisition courses.
Serve as Technical/Subject Matter Expert in writing or reviewing Performance Work Statements, Statements of Objectives, or Statements of Work.
Collaborate in the design and development of high quality proposals that create value for the client.
Identify leads and expand client opportunities building high level relationships with clients.
Represent the company in diverse venues as speaking, forum discussions, workshop panels, and event presentations participate in conferences and symposia.
Maintain currency relative to changes in regulations, laws, legal decisions and trends in acquisition and contracting and prepare white papers on specific themes extending company thought leadership.
Maintain the knowledge of the theory and practice of Federal acquisition best practices throughout the Federal contracting/acquisition industry.
Contribute as a Subject Matter Expert to Federal acquisition organization assessments and/or competencies development.
Skills and Experience:
Bachelors degree is required.
At least 10 years of recent experience working with federal personal property management in various positions to include property management officer, accountable property officer, custodial officer, property administrator, and plant clearance officer
Recent instructional or presentation experience a plus.
Must Complete an instructional skills course focused on delivery of student centered training or have completed such a course within the last three years.