Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Senior Program Analyst
The successful candidate will provide program support to the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) F/A-18 and EA-18G program office, Program Management Air 265 (PMA265), Aircraft Core Avionics Integrated Product Team (IPT). Specifically, the candidate will be performing the following tasks: Working in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook) drafting program briefs (e.g. acquisition strategy, production decision review briefs, reviewing milestones documents, developing Cost Analysis Requirements Description and develop, review and collect inputs for Statements of Work and Contract Data Requirement Lists; review proposals. Write technical evaluations and providing feedback to the IPT leads. Review / track the DD-1149 retrograde parts from Depots to Central Kitting Authority (CKA), review Technical Directive Kit Shipment Report (TDKSR) to assure the deliveries date/quantity/kit type are matched with the contract, review Depot Modifications on established reports in order to update the matrix tracking to systemize the JHMCS / SSR /USSR/ CVRS I AMC to show the installation status, review TDSA reports to ensure required data is recorded correctly to reflect the incorporated vs non-incorporated kits, coordinate with Depot Production Control, Squadrons, and CKA to track the retrograde materials/parts, provide the update tracking information and follow up on processes/status of repairing/restoring and re-issuing to Depots as requested, monitor the modification kits condition(s) at CKA in turn coordinating with the OEM to provide the backfill parts to replenish these shortage kits needed to support the modification installation plan, participate in the Strike Aircraft Modification Scheduler (SAMS) FA-18 System meetings, review the aircraft Three Quarter Modification Plan in the SAMS database to ensure the man hours (MHRS) and kit type are correct for each Lot aircraft’s effectivity, research and provide the modification history data of JHMCS / AMC / SSR / USSR for the Prior Years to support the Basis for cost estimate updates, follow up on the kit issue and installation process, review the Strike Aircraft Modification Schedule and provide corrections/updates based on the current actual status, review/research using the RAMP / FLUX database information and requirements to provide a forecast installation recommendation for each fiscal year (FY) to support SAMS importing effort, assist and monitor navy depots to identify all of the unused modification kits from stricken A/C and request these sites to ship unused kits back to the storage site.
Candidate should have familiarity with cost management, collecting and consolidating initiatives, tracking and monitoring action items and facilitating and leading meetings and recording minutes. Candidate will also provide recommendations and workarounds for executing F/A-18 retrofit modification/installation programs. This position requires daily interface and coordination with the IPT team, including government customer, contractors and field activity personnel associated with the program office. In addition, the candidate will provide requested updates and kit information to the Air Vehicle IPT Lead using current year and out year project schedules, additionally candidate will assist in planning and coordinating airframe kit quantities requirements, kit procurement and kit installations, and aircraft availability identification. The candidate will also be required to monitor the development of new Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) and Technical Directives (TDs), Air Frame Changes (AFCs), Accessory Changes (AYCs), Avionics Changes (AVCs), and Armament Changes (AACs). The candidate must exhibit excellent and proven verbal and written communication skills: interpersonal skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, organizational skills and computer skills.
Required Skills & Experience:
A MS or MA degree in a Business related field is required.
Allowable Substitution: a BS or BA degree in any field or a Project Management Institute (PMI) certification and an additional three (3) years can be substituted for a MS or MA degree. An additional five (5) years of experience maybe substituted for the degree requirement.
This position requires a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in program management, technical or business analysis discipline related to weapon systems acquisition and life cycle management as specified in the DOD 5000 series.
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
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