Work Location: Stafford, VA Clearance Requirements: Secret
Program Analyst III
C6, a subsidiary of Goldbelt, Inc., Goldbelt, Incorporated is an urban, Alaska Native, for-profit corporation with locations in Juneau, Alaska and Herndon, VA. Its primary purpose is to manage assets and to conduct business for the benefit of its shareholders, approximately 3,600 people, almost all of Alaska Native heritage. Goldbelt, Inc. is in search of a Program Analyst III.
Experience and/or Certifications Required
Preferred: may possess a Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Level III certification, or the equivalency, in Program Management.
Performance Based Tasks Required
Clearly communicate, orally and in writing, among a variety 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.
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
Possess 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 management practice, applicable laws and regulations, and the time-sensitive nature of the users' requirement.
Review and assess technical, cost, and schedule data and work with Government staff to identify shortfalls and potential corrective actions.
Assist in identifying, assessing, developing, and mitigating program risks.
Work at a senior level to stimulate customer alliances for portfolio, program, and project support, maintaining personal and organizational interactions to enhance stakeholder relations and actively promote rapport with customers.
Draft, review, staff, file, and update a variety of documents, including acquisition documentation, memorandums, information and issue papers, briefings, executive summaries, milestone review packages, e-mails, and meeting minutes.When applicable, the contractor shall prepare documents in accordance with DoD policies and procedures for the research, development, test and evaluation, and procurement of materiel and shall be sufficiently complete, accurate, and timely to establish program goals, objectives, and milestones.
Maintain a list of required documents for assigned programs with corresponding projected need dates.
Lead an IPT and/or participate and provide input to program functional IPTs, IPRs, milestone decisions, and required program updates.
Coordinate internal and external conferences, meetings, and reviews for relevant stakeholders, ensuring locations, phone, and video teleconference lines are properly booked for use; scheduling speakers; developing and providing meeting materials (e.g., day-to-day schedules, agendas, presentations and displays, etc.); and tracking action items as needed.The contractor shall support each event in person and/or via teleconference, video teleconference, and web conference.In addition, for each meeting conducted, the contractor shall develop meeting minutes and/or an executive summary.
Review and provide input to acquisition documentation in support of program milestone decisions and IPRs.
Provide input to support annual, monthly, and weekly recurring reports.
Brief leadership on the status of program reviews and recurring reports.
Provide program status updates at regular senior staff meetings.
Communicate programmatic issues, concerns, and information.
Assist to develop and update top-level briefings for public presentation at various conferences and events.
Track the status of action items, meeting minutes, program milestones, and monthly reports.
Assist in determining appropriate assignments; setting priorities, monitoring progress, and reporting on progress to meet established milestones and deadlines.
Ensure that product teams are aware of deadlines, assignments, and objectives.
Assist in maintaining program management tools and processes.
Obtain and maintain all information regarding the projects and events he/she is responsible for managing and provide updates on issues, upcoming meetings, briefings, and taskers related to assigned projects, orally and in writing.
Assist in the review, preparation, and submission of responses to formal taskers related to acquisition and program office operations.
Monitor/protect acquisition-sensitive materiel.
Meet assigned deadlines.
Serve as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high-Explosives (CBRNE) authority, assisting to effectively achieve program technical, logistics, cost, and schedule objectives; developing and coordinating all required program acquisition documentation and briefings; and ensuring all program requirements and milestones are communicated and coordinated with program leadership.
Assist in the development and maintenance of CBRNE programs of record, to include developmental CBRNE-related programs and programs within the sustainment phase of the life-cycle.
Provide support during program development, new equipment training, and fielding.
Provide advice and assist in managing projects and programs throughout the life-cycle, including cost, schedule, risk, and performance issues.
Develop estimates and monitor budgets for a diverse CBRNE portfolio.
Assist in controlling expenses to stay within budget guidelines and priorities set by spend plans, making every effort to achieve economic savings across projects.
Provide programmatic, systems engineering, and/or integration support in conjunction with Joint Program efforts.
Consult with CBRNE teams and the management team to identify priorities with CBRNE material development and opportunities to improve the agency's performance in order to develop new or improved methods, prepare and present concept/strategy papers and presentations, train agency staff when required, and demonstrate and communicate the selected method(s) of effectiveness.
Serve as a liaison to other Federal agencies, universities, task forces, end users, Industry, and other groups and organizations on issues related to the development, operation, and management of CBRNE programs.
Assist in project management and leadership for activities that are part of support plans, providing insight into best practices based on research and analysis of these practices in and out of the Government and DoD 5000.
Serve as an advocate for materiel solutions project management techniques and best practices.
Independently research and evaluate new and emerging methods for CBRNE protection, detection, identification, decontamination, command and control, and cost savings with respect to suitability and effectiveness for inherent capabilities, operating force employment, potential costs and benefits, and adaptability to requirements.
Research technical capabilities of contractors; develop estimated costs; draft technical Statements of Work (SOWs), Statements of Objectives (SOOs), and Request For Proposals (RFPs); assess capability of contract logistics support activities; and provide advice to the Government on a final selection.
Coordinate team activities to prepare a site to receive a project/segment (i.e., conduct site visits; deployment scheduling; development of test and transition documents; assisting with IPTs; and coordinating New Equipment Training, environmental site acceptance, and program acceptance).
Support the development and review of Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (MTTPs) for CBRNE Defense to ensure that developmental and operational testing either aligns with current Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) or adequately describes new TTPs to fully test a program.
Support the development and review of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) documents, e.g. Standard Agreements (STANAGs); Quadripartite Standardization Agreements (QSTAGs); Allied Engineering Publications (AEPs); Allied Joint Publications (AJPs); and Allied Tactical Publications (ATPs).
Maintain a library of program-specific electronic files and acquisition reference materials.
Be required to travel at least 25% of the time.
Goldbelt Inc. and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.