Program Analyst - Military veterans preferred

2020-07-10
SAIC (www.saic.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Macdill Afb
Florida
33608
United States

Description

Join SAIC’s team, in support of the U.S. Special Operations Command's  Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Support Services (SOF AT&L), in meeting its mission by providing rapid and focused acquisition, technology, and logistics support to Warfighters, through the delivery of the most effective capabilities to our Special Operations Forces.

 
The candidate selected for this position shall:
  • Collect and analyze metrics and requirements from supported organizations

  • Develop elements of program acquisition strategies

  • Support/conduct portions of market research
  • Keep program information current and organize data to submit to management for decision making

  • Prepare reports and briefings on program status, policies and procedures, in support of acquisition program milestones

  • Support cost/benefit analysis
  • Analyze effectiveness and efficiency of program; develop recommendations to improve program operations

  • Answer data calls and inquiries on program policies and procedures

  • Participate in requirements development process in support of Senior Managers and Government counterparts

  • Monitor programs to ensure compliance with policies and procedures

  • Manage program cost, schedule, performance, and risks in accordance to policies and procedures; formulate proposed mitigations as necessary

  • Coordinate program information with personnel
  • Interpret regulations and directives to determine impact on programs

  • Determine requirements; develop goals and objectives to accomplish mission of Program Support government counterparts to ensure execution of programs in accordance to plans, and to modify program policies and procedures based on changes to regulations

  • Research ways to eliminate program bottlenecks and barriers to production; support government counterparts in development of solutions to program issues

  • Oversee the allocation of resources based on program requirements

  • Maintain broad understanding of assigned acquisition program; develop acquisition documentation to include SOW, PWS, SAMP, APB, ADM,  CFDR, FDR, MFP, LCSP, ILSP, program protection plans, and FM deliverables spend plans, Congressional Briefs, inter-department and agency funding transfers, and develop funding strategies addressing emerging requirements and budget challenges

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelors and fifteen (15) years or more of related experience; Masters and thirteen (13) years or more experience; PhD or JD and four (4)  years or more experience

  • Must possess a DoD TS/SCI clearance
  • 10+ years DoD acquisition experience with a minimum of 3 years DoD experience in Psychological Operations

  • DAWIA Level II Equivalency IAW the PWS, and in the Program Management field.  Completed DAWIA Level II non-resident course prerequisites in Program Management.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written

  • Ability to perform as part of a diverse team
  • Strong working Knowledge of Microsoft (MS) Office Suite software

  • Knowledge of methods and techniques of fact-finding, analysis and resolution of complex contracting problems, and the ability to develop concrete action plans to solve problems

  • Working knowledge of the Defense Acquisition System as directed by DoD Instruction 5000.02, “Operation of the Defense Acquisition System”

  • Working knowledge of the Defense Acquisition Framework process

  • Knowledge of business practices and market conditions applicable to program and technical acquisition requirements

  • Knowledge of price and cost analysis sufficient to review proposals, actual and estimated expenditures and established rates to determine price reasonableness or to determine a negotiation position. Ability to properly apply funding rules associated with the obligation of multiple types of appropriations

  • Ability to apply precedents found in government contracting case law to specific contracting situations to ensure that legally binding contracting officer decisions are consistent, justifiable and will be upheld at appellate courts or boards

  • Knowledge of contracting negotiation, administration and termination principles, policies, procedures and technical requirements applicable to the full range of contracting actions for a variety of contract types

  • Working knowledge of Project management/scheduling software programs such as MS Project

  • Experience and knowledge of PEO/Directorate Lead's internal and external stakeholder organizations is highly desirable

  • Experience with task management systems, proficient in building executive level briefings, and able to apply acquisition experience to formulation and consolidation of official responses to taskers, RFIs, etc.

  • Knowledge of principles and practices of teambuilding. Ability to establish performance goals and assess progress toward their achievement

  • Ability to adjust work operations and program objectives to meet emergencies, changing programs or production requirements within available resources and with minimum sacrifice of quality or quantity of work