CBAI & Associates

Program Analyst - Mine Countermeasures (MCM) Mission Package Program Support

US-DC
Job ID
2017-1297
Category
Program Management
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

CBAIA is seeking a Mine Countermeasures (MCM) Mission Package (MP) Analyst to provide program analyst support to PEO Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Systems in Washington, DC. 

Responsibilities

  • Provide analytical support for the planning, development, and integration of mine-countermeasures in support of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) MCM MP. 
  • Apply DoD (preferably US Navy program office) budgetary, acquisition, and programmatic knowledge with support efforts of the associated MCM MP development, system integration, acquisition, budget, and related programmatic efforts.  
  • Lead day-to-day support efforts such as meeting facilitation, Action Item tracking/updating, drafting briefs/correspondence, and other administrative tasks as required. 
  • Work in a diverse environment of Navy civilians, other support contractors, OEMs, and the larger stakeholder community to include other NAVSEA Program Offices, NAVSEA Field Activities, OPNAV resource sponsor, other government offices, and OEMs in support of LCS MCM MP development and integration efforts

Qualifications

  • Must have BA or BS degree in a related field.
  • Must have five or more years of acquisition and program management support in a DoD program office.
  • The ideal candidate is a proactive, self-starter with 5 or more years of experience within a DoD Navy program office and understands the programmatic aspects of NAVSEA PMS codes: acquisition, budgets, POM cycle, PowerPoint brief development, facilitating meetings (invites, minutes, AI tracking, etc.), and other duties as required.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a government Secret Clearance.
  • DoD, US Navy or NAVSEA program office support experience strongly preferred.

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