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Program Analyst IV

Posted by on April 16, 2018

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POSITION: Risk Analyst

LOCATION: APG, Edgewood, MD

STATUS: Full time, Funded

TRAVEL: Up to 25%

CLEARANCE: Active Secret Clearance Required

BENEFITS: 401K, Life/Health/ Dental/Disability Insurance, Paid Time Off, and Tuition Reimbursement.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • The contractor shall provide acquisition and operation management support as well as technical expertise, providing written analysis and updates on issues with testing, source selection, acquisition documents, and other related areas.
  • The contractor shall provide comprehensive support on COTS life cycle management programs for DoD WMD response units (i.e., USARC recon and decon elements, NGB CBRNE Enhanced Force Packages, Marine Corps CB Incident Response Force, Army Defense CBRNE Response Force (DCRF), and Army 20th SUPCOM (CBRNE)).
  • The contractor shall provide general support as required (e.g., assisting the PM during POM builds; developing trade-off analyses to support optimization of equipment capabilities; participating in PMRs, IPTs, and other meetings; interfacing with JPEO-CBD IPAT teams; etc.).
  • The contractor shall assist in preparation for meetings, conferences, and program reviews, reserving facilities, scheduling speakers, and sending notifications to potential attendees.
  • The contractor shall review and assess technical, cost, and schedule data, identifying shortfalls and potential corrective actions.
  • The contractor shall develop and recommend changes to program planning, budgeting, and acquisition documentation.
  • The contractor shall meet assigned deadlines.
  • The contractor shall develop WBS strategy and WBS/CES cross walks for new programs.
  • The contractor shall update and brief monthly ASRs and JLCMRs.
  • The contractor shall serve as a subject matter expert at static displays, command-level briefings up to the 4-star level, and meetings with DOT&E and JRO at the Pentagon.
  • The contractor shall prepare senior-level draft briefings, documents, position papers, and white papers pertaining to budget, schedule, spend plans, and cost estimates.
  • The contractor shall evaluate contractor performance for cost, schedule, and work completion based on contract planning (i.e., SOWs and performance criteria).
  • The contractor shall review and evaluate acquisition documents (e.g., SAMP, TES, TEMP, CDD, etc.) for completeness and consistency.
  • The contractor shall evaluate planning for future major milestones.
  • The contractor shall provide periodic and effective communication of SIT objectives, plans and progress to JPM leadership, PSEAG, OPMG, IPSG, and Service/COCOM stakeholders.
  • The contractor shall manage, coordinate, and assist in the development of test and evaluation plans, procedures, and work products.
  • The contractor shall integrate systems by means of data/information fusion, collection, and dissemination in order to present a common operating picture to leaders, thus reducing troop to task and creating more cost effective and efficient systems for saving lives.
  • The contractor shall manage program cost, performance, and schedule using data and information from ASRs, PMRs, and contract and fielding schedules in order to achieve efficient use of funds and maximize performance of contracts and fielding of systems and products.
  • The contractor shall develop plans for integrating program equipment, techniques, and procedures with DHS and Customs and Border Patrol.
  • The contractor shall provide technical and analytical support, coordinating and integrating CBRNE concepts, assessments, requirements, and capabilities.
  • The contractor shall serve as a liaison with the JRO, Services, COCOMs, and DTRA.
  • The contractor shall develop, implement, and manage the White House CBRNE program, including the budget and equipment acquisition and sustainment.
  • The contractor shall serve as the lead action officer for anti-terrorism and force protection, actively involved with EMSG, PSEAG, IBD initiatives, and AATFB.
  • The contractor shall serve as the action officer and advisor to the Project Manager, Deputy PM, Chief of Staff and support Directorates on all critical aspects of CBRNE.
  • The contractor shall develop, review, and update JCIDS products (i.e., ICDs, CDDs, and CPDs) as required to support program development.
  • The contractor shall coordinate acquisition program documents (i.e., fielding acceptance, waivers, and requirements analysis) for all projects that interface with the 20th SUPCOM (CBRNE).
  • The contractor shall participate in daily, weekly, and monthly meetings where data exchanges are discussed and provide regular follow-up briefings to leadership.
  • The contractor shall serve as the primary liaison between the material developer and the various staff officers at the 20th SUPCOM (CBRNE).
  • The contractor shall coordinate equipment fielding and user requirements for programs of record and brief management on program issues.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • BA/BS and a minimum of 12 years of experience, 8 of which must be in or in support of a program management office.  A Master’s Degree can be substituted for 2 years of experience.
  • Must possess extensive knowledge and expertise in the support of Joint Forces acquisition programs across multiple COCOMs (e.g., Common Analytical Laboratory Systems, Analytical Laboratory Systems (ALS), COTS life cycle management programs for WMD, Special Purpose Units and WMD Civil Support Teams, WMD-Elimination and Unified Command Suite (UCS), multiple JUONS and ONS missions (i.e., Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection (R2TD), DCRF, and Command and Control CBRN Response Element B, CBD3 systems, RND systems, DBPAO services and RAIF systems).
  • Must possess proven critical military tactical judgment skills developed from active and continuous interface and partnerships with product management and senior leadership. The contractor shall use these skills to facilitate emerging technologies (i.e., UCS, R2TD, Robotics, ALS, Non-Intrusive Systems, and RND) with DHS as required by CENTCOM, USFOR-A and NORTHCOM.
  • Must possess extensive knowledge and experience in IBD. In addition, the contractor shall assist in the preparation of IBD Supplemental Weapons System Review, IBD Execution Order, and direct requirements.
  • Must possess experience with policies, plans, and procedures for emergency management operations.

EOE. Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Patricio Enterprises Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Info

  • Location: , APG, Maryland ,
  • Salary: Not provided
  • Clearance Required: Yes
  • Spouse Friendly: No

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