Program Analyst (Propulsion) in Arlington, VA at DCS

Date Posted: 11/22/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Provide non-supervisory Program Analyst subject matter expertise (SME) to support the F-35 Joint Program Office in the Propulsion Program Management Office (PMO).  

Essential Job Functions:

Perform critical program management, technical, or business analysis of major DoD acquisition systems.  

Collect, complete, organize, and interpret technical data and financial information relating to aircraft acquisition and product programs. 

Track program/project status and schedules and integrates with other Integrated Product Teams (IPTs). 

Assists in the coordination efforts regarding programmatic, technical, and sustainment areas, including program management, systems engineering, personnel management, scheduling, risk management, contracting, acquisition, budgeting/funding, configuration management, integration, testing, life cycle logistics and training.

Required Skills: 

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required. 

A Bachelor's degree plus 4 years of experience in program management, technical or business analysis discipline is required.

An active Secret Clearance is required.

Minimum 2 years professional experience in technical efforts supporting major weapon systems and components development.  

Demonstrated experience in the program/project status and schedules.  

Demonstrated knowledge of Service and OSD policy and documentation related to PPBS, life-cycle management of military acquisition programs (as specified in the DoD 5000 series). 

Must have experience processing program acquisition, funding and contract documentation for military aircraft programs both domestic and international.  Familiarity with DoD Instruction (DoDI) 5000.2 (Operation of the Defense Acquisition System), DoD Directive (DODD) 5530.03 (International Agreements), and the International Cooperation in Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (IC in AT&L) Handbook.  

Demonstrated knowledge of the principles, policies, and practices of system acquisition to plan, organize, and coordinate critical aspects of the development, production, deployment, and sustainment of systems, subsystems, and equipment.  

Demonstrated knowledge of the system equipment life-cycle phases and the documentation, analyses, and reviews associated with those phases.