Collaborate with various customers to define, coordinate and track the status of multi-disciplinary tasks and advise on management and business elements, planning and implementation.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
The Program Analyst will be responsible for assisting the US Army in planning, acquiring, and managing government programs and contracts.
Key responsibilities include :
Communication with other involved departments is essential.
Responsible for tracking Project progress, maintaining issues / error logs, and setting meeting agendas.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Functional expert in defense system acquisition management / Comprehensive understanding of Government acquisition processes is strongly desired with an emphasis on program management and acquisition support.
Bachelor's degree preferably in one of the following areas : business administration, management, financial management, information systems, computer science or related information
technology degrees is required or equivalent experience.
Current secret clearance or ability to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance is required
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and project management tools including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Project, Excel required.
Related software packages such as Visio, Adobe, etc. are a plus.
Key Role :
Provide technical input to systems integration contractor's proposed technical solutions from inception to testing and post-
implementation support. Develop Statements of Work (SOW) and other technical documentation based on functional requirements.
Review program e-mails, coordinate PMO responses for daily operational issues, Ensure technical documentation is appropriately reviewed, stored, and maintained, gather data, and monitor performance measures, benchmarking, and quality assurance standards 2+ years of experience with Army or DoD systems.
Responsible for coordinating project development by working with involved departments / teams; creating status reports, attending project meetings, and occasionally performing additional tasks as required by project.