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Senior Program Analyst - Anti-Submarine Warfare ASW Sensors / Tactical Operations Center (TOC)

Company: PAI Inc.
Location: Arlington, VA
Job Type: Full-time
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About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking Senior Program Analyst support at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. Contractor will provide services support to Maritime and Carrier branches within OPNAV N98 and will interact with external entities (e.g. PMA, PMW, PEO) in order to gather
information that is of a concern to OPNAV N98 portfolios.

The Contractor will serve as program analyze in a board range of activities as described below:

  • Support Air ASW Sensors / TOC Requirements: Provide requirements knowledge, administrative support financial management expertise and other relevant support and analysis during the PPBE process.
  • Provide support for funding priorities and acquisition development for all ASW Sensors / TacMobile programs through Department of Defense Joint Capabilities Integration Development System, Acquisition and Planning,Programming, Budgeting Execution processes.
  • Provide support of analyses and evaluation of ASW sensors, weapons, TacMobile plans and requirementslogistical and engineering technical aviation support, Military Construction requirements, Non-Nuclear

Ordinance Requirements (NNOR), and Non-Combat Expenditure Allowance Requirements and Procedures for OPNAV N980M. The contractor shall:

  • Employ wide range of qualitative and/or quantitative methods in support of the assessment and improvement of complex Fleet Sonobuoy Non-Nuclear Ordinance Requirement (NNOR) and Sonobuoy
  • Non-Combat Expendable Allocation (NCEA) management processes and systems of complex Naval management resources issues to analyze the credibility of planning estimates through comparative analysis.
  • Conduct detailed review, analysis and evaluation of various plans, studies, trends, reports, legislation, capabilities, planning and policy directives, operational requirements, etc., to assess and determine the impact on Navy missions. Provide analysis to prioritize capability using warfighting requirements balanced against affordability.
  • Conduct economic, trend, and cost analysis studies, identify and conceptualize budgetary and programming problems and assist in the development of alternative solutions involving complex and conflicting objectives; evaluate budget execution to ensure compliance and analysis to the government, corrective action; and evaluate impact of resource legislation in terms of fiscal policy changes andfunding adjustments on program execution.
  • Conduct spreadsheet analysis, database management, and produce graphics packages in order to maintain and provide resource information.
  • Assist in the development of core program documentation including Concept of Operations, Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) Documents, force structure, and Key Performance Parameter (KPP) documentation, Test and Evaluation Master Plans, Capabilities Based Assessments (CBA), Initial Capabilities Documents (ICD), and Analysis of Alternatives (AoA).
  • Analyze MPRA Program issues and potential courses of action.
  • Provide support at briefings, meetings, various working groups and conferences when the MPRA Requirements Officers are not available.
  • Assisting in the development of Concept of Operations, force structure, Information Support Plan, and Key Performance Parameter documentation, Test and Evaluation Master Plan and Training Support Plans.

Provide Subject Matter Expert analysis for all MPRA Program requirements to include:

  • Procurement /production/sustainment phase of respective acquisition life cycles.
  • Analysis for production planning, operational requirements assessment and validation, logistics and tactical employment considerations, and training requirements, and;
  • Addressing technical issues in regards to aircraft and sensor systems procurement and incorporating them into drafts of point papers, and correspondence for Acquisition Integrated Product Team Leads to respond to technical inquiries from Congress, Navy Head Quarters Staff, Marine Corps Head Quarters Staff, and other government agencies.

Additional Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 15 years of experience with USN Maritime platform operations, and the NAVAIR acquisitionprocess and/or requirements development on the OPNAV staff.
  • Possess experience, or undergo training within the first two months after check in, related to the use andmanagement of relevant databases:                                                           
  • Program Budget Information System (PBIS) Web PBIS Database
  • Resource Allocation Model (Dualie Generator)
  • Congressional Information Management System (CIMS)
  • Possess expertise with the following software systems:
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Power Point
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Requires SECRET clearance.  

To apply, please email your resume to .

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