Deployed Support Generalist

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The Deployed Support Generalist performs a variety of administrative duties including plans, schedules, organizes and executes senior-level meetings, conferences and off-sites. Participates in meetings and events, serving as a recorder; will brief and present administrative support related information; assist with preparing weekly status reports on initiatives for the business area. Produces documents such as instructions, spreadsheets, presentation, and reports. Maintains a schedule of appointments for office. Assists with the maintenance and enhancement of existing websites and SharePoint. Performs as Action Officer for oversight, monitor on reports on status of transactions; maintains tracking of records and filling systems, databases and spreadsheets. Produces content and materials for briefing packages and presents information through briefings. Prepares and disseminates information to appropriate individuals/offices. Processes administrative and personnel paperwork. Assists with ordering supplies and arranges for the repair of office equipment, maintains inventory, supports office renovations and move activities. Performs as a focal point for programs and/or processes. Coordinates, tracks and monitors administrative and program support activity.
Ten to twelve years of related (technical project management) experience. Candidates must have an active TS/SCI clearance with polygraph. Ability to work independently and as a part of an active and dynamic team, as well as professionally handle a wide variety of tasking required during multiple and simultaneous PMRs. Must be willing to adjust his/her work schedule to accommodate the core hours of the office. Prior field experience and basic project management knowledge would be beneficial for this position. Familiarity with Agency field operations and procedures. Knowledge of Agency WZs, familiarity with the larger IC and experience working with DoS/DoD would be a plus.
Bachelor degree or equivalent
The company provides technological support.

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