Program Analyst II

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POST DATE 11/9/2019
END DATE 1/23/2020

Logistics Management Institute Belcamp, MD

Belcamp, MD
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Full Time
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Mid-Career (2 - 15 years)
Bachelors Degree



LMI is seeking a Program Analyst for U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM). This position requires an Active Secret Clearance.

LMI is a consultancy dedicated to improving the business of government, drawing from deep expertise in advanced analytics, digital services, logistics, and management advisory services. Established as a private, not-for-profit organization in 1961, LMI is a trusted third party to federal civilian and defense agencies, free of commercial and political bias. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction.


Performance Based Tasks for this position include but are not limited to:

* Assist the team lead with the planning, development, initiation, and execution of projects.

* Apply executive skills to review, analyze, and evaluate program development, progress, and performance.

* Perform planning and scheduling activities.

* Provide recommendations to manage and mitigate program risk.

* Participate in program functional Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), In-Process Reviews (IPRs), milestone decisions, and required program updates.

* Review and prepare clear and concise briefings, documentation, reports, and other supporting information to support IPRs, milestone decisions, and program updates/reviews, and submit them for coordination and approval.

* Assist in the development and maintenance of requirements and program documentation, and maintain a list of required documents for assigned programs with corresponding projected need dates.

* Respond to inquiries and tasks.

* Obtain and maintain all information regarding the projects and events he/she is responsible for managing and provide updates on issues, upcoming meetings, briefings, and taskers related to assigned projects, both orally and in written form.

* Monitor/protect acquisition-sensitive materiel.

* Create and consolidate technical information into concisely defined products appropriate for a two-star command.

* Ensure that Army RDECOM OC Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are maintained and updated as needed to reflect current policies, regulation changes, and guidance from Army RDECOM and

* Higher Headquarters. In addition, the contractor shall update the SOPs based on changing mission requirements or, if applicable, results of After Action Reviews conducted after significant events. In the event there is no SOP in place to cover a specific procedure, the contractor shall, upon approval of recommendation, draft a new SOP.

* Maintain the Army RDECOM OC SVTC suite and associated common area to ensure it is ready for conduct of briefings, meetings, and conferences at any given time. (The OC SVTC shall be kept in a "ready" status twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.)
Serve as a subject matter expert at the Army RDECOM OC on the proper use of current and future office equipment (e.g., the existing SVTC, computer using Defense Collaborative Services (DCS), copier, scanner, Secure Terminal Equipment (STE) phone, printer, shredder, etc.). * Maintain SOPs on all equipment.

* Maintain a list of all emergency contacts for Army RDECOM OC maintenance or repair requests.

* Operate and monitor the Controlled Access Area system, security containers, and locks, to include verifying identity, authorizing access, maintaining access rosters, escorting personnel, filling in and filing standard forms (SF) 701 and 702, and coordinating combination changes when needed.

* Support Operations projects (e.g., visits, conferences, ceremonies, VTC/SVTCs, briefings, etc.). Such support will include coordination for use of facilities, preparation of project materials, assembly of information for participation in exercises, and assisting in the set-up and tear-down of facilities used.

* Conduct and attend briefings and meetings, and afterward, submit meeting minutes or Executive Summaries (EXSUMs) to the Government, when needed.

* Develop information papers, briefings, or other reports pertaining to the execution of the Operations mission.

* Monitor the Non-secure IP Router Network (NIPRNET) and Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) for e-mails pertaining to Army RDECOM operations, analyzing and extracting required information identifying reportable incidents, personnel deployments, information requests, orders, taskers, and/or actionable messages. In response, the contractor shall prepare messages, reports, and briefings, and relay accurate and timely guidance to Army RDECOM staff and subordinate units.

* Develop and maintain appropriate distribution lists, rosters, and matrices.

* Maintain a filing system for all electronic communications (i.e., the Personnel Storage Table (PST)).

* Receive, record, prepare, and transmit unclassified, sensitive, and classified information through telephone, e-mail, fax, radio, mail, memoranda, written messages, and face-to-face communication. Such information is critical to the effective operation of the Army RDECOM OC and to the commands it supports. In addition, the contractor shall appropriately file all information.

* Analyze orders (e.g., Operation Plan/Orders (OPLAN/OPORDs), Warning Orders (WARNORDs), Fragmentary Orders (FRAGORDs), etc.) for specified and implied tasks to determine and recommend the appropriate Army RDECOM staff lead. In addition, the contractor shall file e-mail traffic pertaining to orders according to procedures in place.

* When OC Government personnel are not available, contact the on-call Staff Duty Officer (SDO) for guidance on actions to be taken on other-than-normal tasks, and forward or issue action messages to Army RDECOM Staff and subordinate units in accordance with the guidance received.

* Maintain a log of Army RDECOM OC activities, actions, reports, and incoming communications, and prepare and submit Daily Shift Notes to the Army RDECOM OC Staff and Director of Current Operations.

* Serve as a deployment point of contact for the Army RDECOM OC. As part of this assignment, the contractor shall ensure continuous information flow between Army RDECOM and personnel designated to deploy so that all required pre-deployment, deployment, and redeployment actions occur as scheduled.

In addition, the Program Analyst will:

* Coordinate pre-deployment training attendance at Replace Centers throughout the Continental United States (CONUS)

* Prepare movement orders required for personnel deploying

* Prepare, review, coordinate, and distribute Call-Forward orders

* Ensure Individual Readiness Process appointments are scheduled with Garrison APG (GAPG)
Staff approval requests through the command group using GEARS * Ensure the SIF and Synchronized Pre-Deployment Operational Tracker (SPOT) databases are updated with applicable deployment information

* Coordinate follow-on support as needed during the period of deployment and prior to redeployment to the home station

* Maintain and distribute relevant Army RDECOM staff rosters, as well as applicable AMC and other point of contact rosters (e.g., subordinate organization and sister command operations personnel, tasker, deployment, Crisis Management Team, etc.).

* Initiate accountability procedures of the Army RDECOM workforce during emergencies, disasters, incidents, and exercises. As part of this task, the contractor shall prepare briefings as needed.

LMI is committed to the fair treatment of all and to our policy of providing applicants and employees with equal employment opportunities. LMI recruits, hires, trains, and promotes people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other factors protected by applicable law. We welcome applications for employment from qualified disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, and other covered veterans.