Job ID: 2306688
Location: COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, United States
Date Posted: May 24, 2023
Category: Program Management
Subcategory: Project Analyst
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: TS/SCI
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: TS/SCI with Poly
Potential for Remote Work: No Remote
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SAIC's Horizon program is seeking Chief Program Management Analyst with varying levels of experience and backgrounds to support the U.S. Space Forces mission of delivering warfighter capability via the Space Systems Command's Space Domain Awareness and Combat Power weapon system portfolio located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Horizon program is supporting Government weapon systems program offices with subject matter experts that have a background with the Department of Defense major capability acquisition process. Horizon team members provide systems acquisitions and program management support on various capability development programs that are intended to protect and defend the Nation's most valuable space assets. Our team is at the forefront of the advising and assisting the Government throughout the full lifecycle of systems acquisition processes that enable in most instances, rapid fielding to meet warfighter needs.
Fun stuff you will be doing on the job:
You'll provide advice to Program/Project Managers regarding acquisition strategies, schedules, contracting, budgeting, and execution
You'll prepare periodic status reports, coordinate, and execute periodic staff meetings and technical interchange meetings, and develop acquisition plans, schedules, and executive program briefings
You will develop, draft, and coordinate overarching program planning and execution documents asAc prescribed by/tailored from DoDI 5000.02 / Acquisition Framework, and relevant DoD, AF, and local unit policies that pertain to rapid prototyping
You will provide technical and programmatic assessments of contractor design/milestone reviews to assess progress, risks and issues, and the ability to achieve mission requirements
And you'll provide program element coordination, staffing and monitoring; advise and assist government customer regarding funding commitments, obligations, and expenditures as well as drafting and supporting delivery of program funding documentation and monthly financial reports
This is you:
Bachelor’s degree in business management or equivalent business-related discipline and eighteen (18) or more years in government weapon systems acquisitions and program management and, or Contracts management within the Department of Defense. Sixteen (16) years if you have a Master's Degree, or thirteen (13) years' of experience if you have a PhD.
Must have an in-scope background investigation (SSBI/T5) and the ability to obtain Sensitive Compartment Information and Special Access Program accesses as well as be willing to consent to a polygraph examination
Experience with Department of Defense Major Capability Acquisition System processes
Experience with Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System processes
Experience with Planning, Programing, Budget and Execution processes
You will wow us even more if you have these skills:
Master’s degree in business management, technical management, and/or engineering
Professional certifications (e.g., PMI PMP)
Experience in the National Security Space and, or the Space Control mission area
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