Program Analyst (SOSD/FBG)

Company Name:
ClearedPath
Provide oversight, coordination, and support of technical, fiscal, operational, policy and programmatic assessments of Defense programs.
Responsibilities:
Monitors program to ensure work scope, schedule, and budget are well defined and maintained. Coordinate with program leadership and stakeholders to ensure that program and project execution is consistent with budget plans and is coordinated with program sponsors as needed. Leads analysis on cost, schedule, performance, variance and risk. Defines, generates, reviews and ensures acquisition documentation is accurate, complete, meets editorial and government specifications and adheres to standards for quality, graphics, coverage, format and style. Uses quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develop risk reduction and mitigation approaches for improving acquisition and program, planning, control, and execution. Develops management systems to monitor/report technical, cost, schedule performance. Develops presentations, white papers, executive summaries, and management reports.
Requirements:
Bachelor''s degree in a Technical or Business-related field is required. Advanced degree is a plus. 5-8 years of relevant experience, particularly in Program, Financial or Project management is required. Experience in Program Acquisition, Cost Analysis, and PPBE is highly desired. Navy ERP, Cost Estimating and Earned Value Management (EVM) knowledge/experience preferred. Must be capable of demonstrating initiative and critical thinking. Ability to obtain a Top Secret clearance to satisfy contract requirements is required. Must be proficient in MS Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

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