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Program Planning And Control Analyst

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Textron Hunt Valley , MD 21031

Posted 2 months ago

Description:

Summary:

Primary responsibility includes cost, schedule, and scope implementation in support of various programs within Support Solutions.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the Control Account Manager (CAM) to include scope initiation, organize, plan, execute, monitor, control, and closeout

  • Prepare, monitor, and report all EVMS requirements per DoD Earned Value Management Implementation Guide, Textron Systems Description, and/or Textron Systems Program Management Process Guides

  • Participate in internal/external audits

  • Prepare proposals for follow-on and future work

  • Formulate program plans and objectives for various logistics programs

  • Establish oversight controls and monitor adherence to contract requirements, reporting and justifying of costs through:

    1. Review and analysis of financial metric data


    1. Development, review and update of cost, status, risk and schedule for all elements of the logistics effort from development to critical milestone completion


    1. Establish and monitor adherence to program plans, including schedule and risk management, resource planning, and requirements management.

Qualifications

  • Highly motivated individuals with development goals in Program Management will be considered

  • Two to four years of relevant experience is required

  • A bachelor's degree is preferred.

  • The candidate must be able to work independently, produce analytical and researched results on deadline, and possess a high attention to detail

  • Individual must be able to understand applicable military and commercial specifications and standards such as AS9100 and ISO 9000/14001 requirements

  • Position requires an understanding of basic internal operating processes, procedures and criteria

  • Individual must be proficient with personal computer skills to include at a minimum Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access)

  • Individual will have effective written and oral communication and presentation skills

  • Candidate is expected to demonstrate leadership skills within the program/team.

  • Candidate should have excellent organizational skills

  • An understanding of Sarbanes/Oxley and other legal compliance requirements is required

  • Candidate must possess or be able to obtain a Secret clearance

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Program Planning And Control Analyst

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