(AECSS FIRES1) Program Systems Analyst II – APG (MD)
Location: Remote with occasional reporting to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland
Clearance Required: Secret
Anticipated start date: (no later than) December 1, 2020
PCI has an exciting opportunity for a Program Systems Analyst II to support Army Test & Evaluations operations at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
- Independently performs technical and analytical work which requires the ability to learn and apply new and established methods, procedures, and techniques.
- Assists in planning, coordinating, arranging, managing, and conducting of test events, data collection and evaluation efforts.
- Completed work is reviewed for soundness of analysis, the suitability of methods used, and for conformance with organizational analytical procedures and practices.
- Programs and issues may present problems not susceptible to resolution by accepted methods and/or may require application of new developments and theories.
- Serves as a Subject Matter Expert on all aspects of the assigned program areas.
- Compiles new information, considers data from a variety of sources, and follows standard approaches, methods, and procedures to plan and carry out assignments.
- Reviews, conducts and evaluates routine sampling, surveys, inventories, data and findings.
- Monitors operations to identify and rectify problems.
- Evaluates adequacy of controls and corrective measures and identifies and make recommendations on determinations of alternate measures.
- Prepares, coordinates and/or reviews the preparation of plans, forms, reports, schedules, and milestones.
- Assist in the organization, scheduling and administration support of meetings.
- Proposes agenda topics, tracks resulting action items, coordinates development of presentations, and ensures complete coordination.
- Monitors issues pertaining to project compliance, schedule and corrective actions.
- Assists in developing and conducting various training.
- Conducts limited collection, analysis, integration, categorization, and summarization of technical and funding data on programs.
- Using analysis will develop briefings, information papers, and reports that explain and support routine program initiatives, solutions and investments.
- Evaluates, selects, adapts and modifies standard techniques and criteria.
- Monitors budgets, safety requirements and ensures quality is met.
- May be required to serve as a Combatant Command Liaison Representative in the United States or abroad.
- Liaison duties would include, but not be limited to: providing direct planning, coordination, Information Assurance, Interoperability, and Mission Assurance assessment and exercise support onsite.
- Must possess an Associate’s degree (or higher) in Business or related field.
- Ten or more years of experience to include one year as the team leader of an acquisition project and an additional three years as a practicing analyst responsible for a functional area of an acquisition program.
- Progressively responsible experience in the management of acquisition programs.
- Experienced in both R&D production and/or deployment phases of the acquisition process.
- Must possess sufficient familiarity with modern qualitative and quantitative analysis tools to apply to the solution of problems and to provide guidance to subordinates on the selection and use of such tools.
- Discipline may be required to utilize advanced knowledge of modeling and measuring techniques, mathematics, statistical methods, engineering methods, operational mathematics techniques, and other principles of scientific and economic disciplines in determining solutions.
- Must possess managerial or supervisory experience sufficient to ensure positive direction of subordinates.
- Must be familiar with systems integration techniques, system trade-off analysis, and/or program planning.
- An active US Secret security clearance is required.
Minimum of Five (5) years of experience gained within the last 10 years (2010 to present) in at least one of the following areas:
- Developmental test (DT), operational test (OT), and evaluation methods (includes test and evaluation (T&E) planning, test design, test readiness, test execution, data collection during test, evaluation of test or modeling data, and development of evaluation analysis plans and reports) of mounted (Armor Brigade Combat Team (ABCT), Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT), and/or Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV)) systems/subsystems;
- Data collection, reduction, and analysis to include planning and execution of mounted (ABCT, SBCT, and/or TWV) systems/subsystems.
- Oral and written communication such as briefings, writing technical papers, etc. (includes T&E plans and reports such as System Evaluation Plans (SEP), Test & Evaluation Master Plans (TEMP), Early Strategy Reviews (ESR), Concept In Process Reviews (CIPR), OT and/or DT Test Plans, Operational Test Agency (OTA) Milestone Assessment Reports, OTA Evaluation Reports (OER), OTA Assessment Reports (OAR), Capabilities and Limitations Reports (CLR), Safety Releases (SR), and Safety Confirmations (SC)) for mounted (ABCT, SBCT, and/or TWV) systems/subsystems;
- Integrating Army and Joint Service system acquisition documentation (includes Department of Defense (DOD), Army, and Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) regulations, pamphlets, instructions, and guidance) in the development of DOD system acquisition products for T&E of mounted (ABCT, SBCT, and/or TWV) systems/subsystems.
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