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Project Execution Analyst (Crystal City) (Top Secret req’d) – POC in Listing

Posted by on December 28, 2017

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Project Execution Analyst



Arlington, VA 22203



Contingent upon award.
We are seeking Project Analysts to support the DoD Strategic            Capabilities Office (SCO). These positions will support the            Project Execution and Technical Support area. The Strategic            Capabilities Office (SCO) was established and operates under            the authority of the Deputy Secretary of Defense. The SCO            conducts analysis of innovations to shape and counter            emerging threats with system level concepts across services            and defense/intelligence agencies. The SCO’s primary mission            objectives are to analyze and accelerate the development,            demonstration, and transition of capabilities to counter            strategic adversaries and improve the U.S. security posture            in peacetime, crisis, and conflict.             Candidates must have a current SECRET clearance; ability to            obtain and maintain TOP SECRET/SCI             Education and Experience Required • SECRET security clearance and ability to obtain and            maintain TOP SECRET/SCI. Candidates with a DCID 6/4            eligibility within the last five (5) years are highly            preferred • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university            in engineering, computer science, physics, or other science            and technology related subjects is required • Minimum of twenty (20) years of recent and relevant            programmatic and technical support experience. Proficient in            program management, systems engineering, and an in-depth            knowledge of one or more of the following: (Army long range            fires; Data science, artificial intelligence, deep learning            systems; Autonomous systems; Long range weapon kill chains;            Communications, networking, inter-networking in            communications denied environments) • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs • Have excellent communication skills, ability to work in a            team environment, and be independently motivated maintaining            a strong commitment to system transition             Responsibilities • Develop program plans, schedule, milestones, and monitor            technical progress against performance objectives and budget            and assist in creating pathways for these technologies to            enter into warfighter capability sets. Shall partner with            Service or Defense Agency Program Offices to leverage            existing capabilities in new and innovative ways and to            provide expertise in relevant technical disciplines • Assist in conducting quantitative analyses of system            mission requirements as they pertain to the potential            insertion of advanced technologies, evaluate alternatives            and trade-offs, evaluate costs and benefits, investigate            compatibility, inter-operability and integration, and study            reliability issues • Provide input to the SCO regarding portfolio objectives            and in carrying out associated technical and program            management responsibilities. This may include technical            analyses to help define, assess, and monitor the technical            aspects of the program. In particular, will conduct            performance analyses and assist with technical assessments            of performer progress based on the task elements within the            performer’s SOW in order to track program progress,            technical risk, and potential program impact of failure • Assist in the development and transition of technology and            systems to the user community. Support the activities of            on-going and future work and be familiar with the            interaction of the technology/system program with the            respective community at large. This shall require            identifying and translating user requirements into specific            technology/system R&D objectives, illustrating the            benefits of applying the technology/system to military            equipment users and developers, identifying the military and            commercial utility of new products and technology/system            developments, and defining system architectures and            supporting subsystem performance requirements • Coordinate rapid prototyping and demonstration efforts to            generate preliminary technical management plans and estimate            costs for demonstration and project milestone schedule for            senior leadership







Debbie Dyke

(W) 703-548-7156

(C) 571-212-6718


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