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Jr. IT Acquisition/Administrative Specialist

Dynamis is seeking a junior-level IT Acquisition/Administrative Support Specialist provide administrative and project support for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) End User Support Division (EUSD) at TSA headquarters in Arlington, VA.Support will be focused on project, software, acquisition, and asset management; budget and resource planning; deployment of IT products and services; project and acquisition document creation; and tracking and reconciling of information related to IT and telecommunications products and services.


  • Provide direct support to Land Mobile Radio team, Asset Management team, HQ Support team, and Software Management team.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain schedules and databases and reporting systems required for project management, tracking, budgeting, and updating POC information.
  • Propose, develop, implement, and maintain best practices, automated deliverables, and response management systems to assist with the management of deliverables and responses. Tracking systems should provide a detailed listing of requests and proposals, dependencies, milestone dates, due dates, and other details as required.
  • Assist with the development of documents that define the project, goals, and objectives.
  • Support project activities such as development, implementation, and maintenance of project documents, plans, operating procedures, and performance measures.
  • Support IT asset management, including lifting, carrying, loading, unloading, and inventorying IT equipment as required.
  • Support meetings, activity/task reporting requirements, and electronic filing/records management activities (SharePoint).
  • Work daily with EUSD leadership to gather and disseminate information, documentation, and tasks.
  • Schedule and book weekly meetings, send out agendas, take meeting minutes to relevant TSA iShare (SharePoint) pages/folders.
  • Provide inputs for weekly status reports no later than the last working day of each week.  


  • Minimum of 2 years (and no more than 4 years) of relevant experience
  • Bachelor's degree 
  • Significant knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, Access, SharePoint, and Project
  • Knowledge and experience with telecommunications products and services
  • Familiarity with industry best practices and ability to incorporate them into project planning
  • Familiarity with Government-wide contract vehicles (DHS/TSA preferred) and procedures to help implement IT support capabilities in an efficient and timely manner
  • Familiarity with Federal regulations and directives (DHS /TSA experience preferred)
  • Familiarity with TSA process, products, services, and related applications and tools preferred
  • Experience developing internal TSA-DHS documentation submissions consistent with DHS investment review process (MD #1400) preferred
  • Ability to obtain and maintain TSA suitability
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