Program Analyst, Mid
Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD, USA | Booz Allen Hamilton
Functions:Consulting - IT
Job Description:76 people have viewed this job
Are you searching for a position where you can use your program analysis skills to make a difference? A program requires a significant investment of limited resources across multiple projects. With that level of complexity, you need a skilled program analyst examining how those resources are used and keeping the program on the path to success. That’s why we need you, a program analyst who can ensure success through careful analysis and effective communication.
We have an opportunity for a program analyst to join our team as we maintain responsibility for technical activities or analyses and provide analytical support to the business management division lead in the execution of program and product acquisition activities, including acquisition strategies, budgets, and project managers and directors to support a business management division in a PM or PEO organization. You’ll work with program leadership to monitor the cost, schedule, and performance of multiple projects using tools like Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint and maintaining daily interactions with customers, project leads, and budget analysts. The real power of program analysis comes from communication, so you’ll analyze the creation of budget plans, program status briefings, and analysis and make recommendations for improvement to program leadership. We focus on growing as a team to deliver the best support to our customers, so you’ll have resources for mentoring and learning new skills and tools. This is a chance to directly impact a government client while learning how to contribute to program strategy and eliminate risks across projects. Join us and help make sure our key program stays on-time and within budget as we improve warfighter communications.
Empower change with us.
-Experience with weapon system review requirements and coordination and program management reviews
-Experience with unfunded requirements (UFRs), supplemental budgets, what-if drills, impact statements, budget execution reviews, variance reporting, mid-year review preparation, obligation and spend plans, continuing resolution authority (CRA) requirements, justifications, and spend plans, Program Objective Memorandum (POM) planning, transparency reporting, COMPO splits, manpower, and CRA plans
-Experience with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
-Knowledge of the annual ACAT program and Non-Program of Record reviews, P-Form and R-Form coordination, smart charts, and Army parade and recertification
-BA or BS degree
Nice If You Have:
-Knowledge of fiscal law applications, the Weapons System Handbook, GAO and AAA audits, Congressional Justification Book (CJB) updates, and Exhibit 300
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