LMI is seeking a Program Analyst for U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM). This position requires an Active Secret Clearance.
Clearly communicate, orally and in writing, among a vaUriety of audiences.
Use Microsoft Office suite of software; Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word.
Be fully conversant with the acquisition processes and policies as outlined in the DoDI 5000.02, relating it to product development, production, and sustainment.
Influence and shape acquisition streamlining.
Lead projects or tasks which involve tracking risk and providing constant status or process oversight.
Be conversant in DoD acquisition and life cycle management policies, procedures, and practices.
Write, review, and staff high-level staff action papers, studies, policies, and acquisition documents.
Independently manage, synchronize, and track multiple, complex, and cross-functional actions
Have an understanding of Chemical, Biological, and Nuclear protection and shall apply its principles and theories to programs.
Assist the team lead with the planning, development/refinement, initiation, and execution of new requirements, projects, procedures, and guidelines.
Know all program execution and milestones, as well as their strategic impact.
Consider affordability, technology maturity, and responsiveness to assist in the formulation of broad, time-phased operational goals and initial capabilities.
Assist in development, design, and implementation of annual and long-range plans to realize the product development components of strategic goals.
Facilitate milestone planning by preparing, reviewing, and updating technical briefing materials, documentation, and program schedules; and developing and implementing technical and programmatic plans and measures to track programs.
Review, analyze, and evaluate program development, status/progress, and performance (i.e., acquisition strategies and documentation, acquisition phases and decision levels, and timing and scope of decision reviews), and make recommendations for tailoring an acquisition approach which best fits program conditions. Recommendations shall minimize the time it takes to satisfy the validated need, consistent with common sense, sound business
A Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Level III certification, or the equivalency, in Program Management. DAU courses will be at Government cost. Travel to/from DAU course is not reimbursable. A Masters degree with at least 10 years of general experience and at least 8 years of relevant experience.
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