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Program Analyst - Journeyman

Lexington Park, Maryland

Candidate must be a U.S. Citizen

Clearance Required: SECRET

Some travel is required.

Education: BA/BS Degree in a business, management or relevant technical discipline
  • ALLOWABLE SUBSTITUTION: An AS or AA degree and an additional 4 years’ experience or no degree and an additional 8 years’ experience
  • Must have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in program management, technical or business analysis discipline; and included in the four (4) years, there must be three (3) years professional experience in technical efforts supporting major weapon systems and components development
  • Demonstrated experience managing program/projects using scheduling tools 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of basic acquisition terminology and the acquisition process to include SECNAV, OPNAV and NAVAIR policies for traditional and rapid acquisition methods
  • Demonstrated knowledge related to PPBS, financial planning cycles, and application of appropriations
  • Demonstrated experience in analyzing requirements and monitoring progress of tasks in a distributed workforce
  • Experience with Risk Management terminology and practices
  • Demonstrated experience in researching, compiling, tracking and analyzing program technical and/or financial data

Position Description: 
  • Participate in technical interchange meetings and Program Management Reviews
  • Assist functional leads and managers in identifying and quantifying risks and opportunities
  • Develop strategic priorities that align with National Defense Planning Guidance and Security Strategies
  • Develop government-integrated schedules and performance to plan measures
  • Prepare risk management materials and coordinate risk meetings
  • Prepare executive-level briefing materials conveying data collection methods, data sets, analytical methodologies, forecasted outcomes, and recommended opportunity
  • Assist developing procurement plans and contracting strategies that align with the Naval Munitions Requirements Process (NMRP), program objectives, and joint service requirements 
  • Coordinate program and acquisition reviews to address topics such as resourcing, risk, cost, schedule, performance, earned value, and technical performance measures

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