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Office Coordinator (Government)

Suitland, Maryland

AT&T Government Solutions is seeking an Office Coordinator to support a Government program office in Suitland, Maryland.

  • Work is 100% on site at a government location.
  • Provide administrative support to multiple Government program managers. Provide daily support to the Office Director.
  • Coordinate administrative and office support functions (e.g. formal letters, memos, instructions, reports, etc.), ensuring compliance with existing policies and procedures.
  • Review existing policies and procedures, identify potential problem areas, and develop solutions. Maintain procedures manual.
  • Provide security administration support for the office, including personnel security documentation, facility access control, visitor access/escort control, and visit certification.
  • Function as the office records retention manager, including document control processes and filing (hard-copy and electronic). Coordinate responses to multiple periodic reports and maintain tracking databases.
  • Assist with development, review, and reproduction of briefing materials, reports, and other project documentation.
  • Interface between the program office and various stakeholders, including resource sponsors, technical/design agents, field activities, and vendors).
  • Manage office supply inventory and maintain program office calendar.
  • Submit and track trouble tickets to maintain operation of department automated data processing equipment.
  • Assist contractor team with travel report processing and other related tasking

Required Skills, Experience, and Education:

  1. Current active TS/SCI clearance required (must have current SSBI).
  2. Associates Degree.
  3. Three (3) or more years of experience in support of a DOD program office.
  4. Excellent communication skills (written and oral), able to effectively interact with customers, partners and associates at all levels.
  5. High proficiency with MS Office Suite, web-based applications, and database population.
  6. Energetic professional, ability to multi-task in a dynamic environment in support of numerous projects with a demanding workload and little or no supervision. Provide rapid responses to short-fused tasking.
  7. Detail-oriented, with solid understanding of Quality Management practices and excellent time management skills.

Desired Education and Experience:
  1. Bachelor’s degree.
  2. Familiarity with DOD and U.S. Navy organizations and functional missions.
  3. Understanding of Navy business/terminology and practices.
  4. Understanding of the DOD Acquisition System (completion of DAU coursework).

Job ID 1948336 Date posted 09/10/2019

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