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  • Program Analyst IV (CBRN) (JUPITR)

    Job Locations US-MD-Edgewood
    Job ID
    2018-1514
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Other
    Position Type
    Contingent
  • Overview

    Mayvin® is currently seeking experienced applicants for a Program Analyst IV (CBRN) (JUPITR) position for an effort in support of Joint Enterprise Omnibus Program, Engineering, and Technical Support (JE-OPETS) Contract for acquisition support. This objective of this effort is to optimize performance and maximize efficiencies in the areas of funding, schedule, contract management, program management, and execution in the program management offices. The position will be located at Joint Project Manager Guardian (JPM G) in Edgewood, MD and is contingent upon task order award.

     

    You must be a U.S. citizen to be considered. Active Top Secret/SCI clearance is required.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct program analysis of supported programs, including the development and tracking of cost, schedule, risk, and technical parameters, metrics and measures.
    • Support the JPMG portfolio perspective to provide advice and recommendations to Government leadership on all aspects of program start-up, management, strategy, and execution in order to ensure performance requirements are met, applying the Department of Defense (DoD) 5000 systems acquisition process, and organizational acquisition policies. 
    • Support the program office’s data input, review, and participation in the requirements development process, including the development and update of information concerning requirements traceability to acquisition processes and documentation.
    • Support Joint Forces acquisition programs across multiple Combatant Commands (COCOMs) (e.g., Common Analytical Laboratory System (CALS), Analytical Laboratory System (ALS), Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) life cycle management programs for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), Special Purpose Units and WMD Civil Support Teams (CSTs), WMD-Elimination and Unified Command Suite (UCS), multiple Joint Urgent Operational Need Statement (JUONS) and Operational Needs Statement (ONS) missions (i.e., Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection (R2TD), Defense CBRNE Response Force (DCRF), and Command and Control CBRN Response Element B, etc.).
    • Interface and partner with product management and senior leadership to track/facilitate emerging technologies (i.e., UCS, R2TD, Robotics, ALS, Non-Intrusive Inspection Systems, and Force Protection System (FPS)) with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as required by Central Command (CENTCOM), United States Forces Afghanistan (USFOR-A), and Northern Command (NORTHCOM).
    • Support Integrated Baseline Defense (IBD).  In addition, the contractor shall assist in the preparation of IBD Supplemental Weapons Systems reviews, IBD Execution Orders, and direct requirements.
    • Support policies, plans, and procedures for Emergency Management (EM) operations.
    • Provide technical and analytical support, coordinating and integrating concepts, assessments, requirements, and capabilities.
    • Provide evaluation, analysis, and assessment of technical management processes.
    • Plan, organize, and develop program management techniques and internal controls to manage acquisition programs and support functions.
    • Participate in requirements generation.
    • Evaluate the plans for future major milestones.
    • Recommend strategies, review schedules, identify issues, and recommend actions to meet program milestones. 
    • Independently evaluate portfolio/program goals and objectives, adjusting or redefining broad objectives periodically and meeting regularly with member of both Government and Industry to discuss problems with programs.
    • Maintain awareness of program status, execution, and milestones, as well as their corresponding strategic impacts, in order to communicate effectively and accurately.
    • Review and assess technical, cost, and schedule data, identifying any shortfalls and developing potential corrective actions.
    • Review and evaluate requirements and preemptively highlight materiel acquisition issues.
    • Fully vet issues and rapidly respond with comprehensive, accurate, and complete information to senior leadership to inform timely actions and decisions and limit impacts on cost, schedule, and performance.
    • Communicate programmatic issues, concerns, and information to leadership.
    • Report pertinent developments and remain readily accessible and responsive.
    • Identify resources to ensure program success.
    • Establish and maintain close working relationships, open lines of communication, and an understanding of key issues and areas of interest.
    • Gain concurrence, approval, and consensus from stakeholders regarding various project aspects and adjust the project strategy accordingly.
    • Facilitate efficient communication and program support between the program office and external agencies.
    • Gather and assess relevant program data to prepare and update reports, briefings, and databases required to report program status.  In addition, the contractor shall coordinate the review and submission requirements for such reports, briefings, and databases.
    • Develop the initial documentation for program milestones, facilitate review of the draft documentation through the program office, and provide expert analysis of comments in the adjudication process. These activities require the use of the Microsoft Office suite of software, with specific experience in effective use of Outlook, PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, and Word.
    • Develop, review, and provide input to acquisition documentation in support of program milestone decisions and integrated program reviews (IPRs) to ensure completeness and consistency and to recommend changes.
    • Evaluate, analyze, and assess acquisition strategies to execute the materiel approach, consulting afterwards with the Government lead to review the strategies and ensure consistency with DoD 5000 and organizational policies.
    • Review and analyze major reports or policies of organization for internal and external distribution.
    • Assist in preparation for meetings, conferences, and program reviews, reserving facilities, scheduling speakers, and sending notifications to potential attendees.
    • Attend and provide support at meetings, events, and reviews for relevant stakeholders in person and/or via teleconference, video teleconference, and/or web-conference.  In addition, the contractor shall prepare meeting minutes, white papers, and briefings as needed to provide leadership with a recap.
    • Participate in Program Management Reviews (PMRs), milestone decision reviews, integrated product teams (IPTs), and other recurring (i.e., daily, weekly, monthly) meetings, and provide follow-up information to leadership in the form of meeting minutes, executive summaries, position papers, white papers, and/or briefings.
    • Participate in daily, weekly, and monthly meetings where data exchanges are discussed and provide regular follow-up briefings to leadership.
    • Develop and update strategic/top-level briefings for public presentation.
    • Provide evaluation, analysis, and assessment of both internal and external reports, pre-briefs, and briefs, including those of other agencies, and provide expert analyses of the documents, including relevance and impact.
    • Present clear and concise reports and briefings to communicate input, findings, and recommendations.
    • Lead the effort to gather, generate, review, and assess data to update the recurring reports and the portfolio assessments.  The contractor shall coordinate to obtain review and submission requirements for the reports, and ensure that all deadlines for report submission are met.  The contractor shall also brief the reports when needed.
    • Provide a weekly summary of activities conducted.
    • 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, both orally and in written form. 
    • Meet assigned deadlines.
    • Provide acquisition and operation management support, as well as technical expertise, providing written analysis and updates on issues with testing, source selection, acquisition documents, and other related areas.
    • Provide comprehensive support on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) life cycle management programs for DoD weapons of mass destruction (WMD) response units (i.e., US Army Reserve Command Reconnaissance and Decontamination elements, National Guard Bureau (NGB) CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFPs), Marine Corps Chemical and Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), and Army Defense Chemical Radiological Biological Nuclear and Explosive Response Force (DCRF) and 20th Support Command (SUPCOM) (CBRNE).
    • Provide general support (e.g., assisting the Program Manager (PM) during Program Objective Memoranda (POM) builds; developing trade-off analyses to support 6353375
    • interfacing with JPEO-CBRND Integrated Product Assessment Teams (IPATs); etc.).
    • Develop and recommend changes to program planning, budgeting, and acquisition documentation.
    • Develop Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) strategy and WBS/Cost Element Structure (CES) cross walks for new programs.
    • Serve as a subject matter expert (SME) at static displays, command-level briefings up to the 4-star level, and meetings with the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) and Joint Requirements Office (JRO) at the Pentagon.
    • Prepare senior-level draft briefings, documents, position papers, and white papers pertaining to budget, schedule, spend plans, and cost estimates.
    • Evaluate contractor performance for cost, schedule, and work completion based on contract planning (i.e., Statements of Work (SOWs) and performance criteria).
    • Provide periodic and effective communication of SIT objectives, plans and progress to JPM leadership, Physical Security Equipment Action Group (PSEAG), Office of the Provost Marshal General (OPMG), Intelligence Program Support Group (IPSG), and Service/COCOM stakeholders.
    • Manage, coordinate, and assist in the development of Test and Evaluation (T&E) plans, procedures, and work products.
    • Integrate systems by means of data/information fusion, collection, and dissemination in order to present a common operating picture to leaders, thus reducing troop to task and creating more cost effective and efficient systems for saving lives.
    • Manage program cost, performance, and schedule using data and information from recurring reports, PMRs, and contract and fielding schedules in order to achieve efficient use of funds and maximize performance of contracts and fielding of systems and products.
    • Develop plans for integrating program equipment, techniques, and procedures with DHS and Customs and Border Patrol.
    • Serve as a liaison with the JRO, Services, COCOMs, and Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).
    • Develop, implement, and manage the White House Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) program, including the budget, equipment acquisition, and sustainment.
    • Serve as the lead action officer for anti-terrorism and force protection, actively involved with the Emergency Management Steering Group (EMSG), PSEAG, IBD initiatives, and Architecture and Architecture and Analysis Team for Force Basing (AATFB).
    • Serve as the action officer and advisor to the Director Special Investigation Team (SIT) on all critical aspects of CBRNE.
    • Coordinate acquisition program documents (i.e., fielding acceptance, waivers, and requirements analysis) for all projects that interface with the 20th SUPCOM (CBRNE).
    • Serve as the primary liaison between the material developer and the various staff officers at the 20th SUPCOM (CBRNE).
    • Coordinate equipment fielding and user requirements for programs of record and brief management on program issues.
    • Provide support to Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs).
    • Acquire, review, and understand operational Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) in support of program analysis.
    • Identify and harvest current intelligence and modeling data to support assessment and analysis of program data.
    • Interpret collected information to inform testing and analysis with definition of representative threats.
    • Support the development of program evaluation criteria.
    • Support the development of system Capabilities and Limitations reports.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Bachelors degree from an accredited university highly preferred but not required.

    Clearance:

    • Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret/SCI clearance is required.

    Experience:

    • Experience with DoD acquisition process required.
    • Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite.
    • Strong communication, organizational, creative, analytical and problem solving skills.
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and switch between tasks quickly.
    • Ability to work in a team environment.
    • Ability to create and maintain formal and informal networks.

     

    About Mayvin:

     

    Mayvin is a dynamic small business created out of a commitment to deliver unparalleled service to our clients. Our team brings expert knowledge of project management services specializing in Streamlined Acquisition and Operations Management to government organizations. We create effective strategies for program design, execution, and sustainment while implementing action plans to provide our clients with maximum visibility, access, and an impact that serves the needs of the United States. Our team has a diverse array of credentials directly related to providing a comprehensive mission support plan for both military and civilian agencies.

     

    A "Mayvin" is a trusted expert in a particular field who seeks to pass knowledge on to others - a builder of networks, a communicator of knowledge.

     

    Our compensation package includes a competitive salary and benefits package, along with a dynamic corporate culture and supportive team environment. 

     

    Mayvin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

     

    Mayvin is a current participant in E-Verify and conducts internal I-9 audits at least once per year.

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