Posted by: ACT1 Federal on Sep 19, 2023
Ready to take ACTION in your career? Ready to launch your future forward with an organization certified as a Great Place to Work™? ACT1 is seeking a Program Management Analyst in Lakehurst, New Jersey! #ACT1inACTION #Hiring
ACT1 is all about taking bold, innovative actions to deliver for our customers and our workforce. Every day, members of the ACT1 team drive creative solutions on the most challenging problems facing customers across the Aviation, Space / Intelligence, and International Cooperation portfolios.
At ACT1, our people make the difference. As a Program Management Analyst, supporting the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) team in Lakehurst, NJ. You will be trusted to provide program support to the ALRE Program Offices.
In this role, a typical day will include: Providing support for the NAWCAD Lakehurst Program Management (PM) function for ALRE and EAF programs for the full range of Navy, DoD, and FMS aircraft. Recommending methods for implementing policy and regulation as it pertains to acquisition planning, and providing expert opinion to leadership on the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for assigned programs. Facilitating and participating in ALRE Flight Safe team meetings and conduct Flight Safe training courses for NAWCAD Lakehurst ALRE personnel in accordance with the NAVAIRINST 13800.18 establishment of ALRE Flight Safe program. Providing acquisition support to the assigned Integrated Product Team Lead (IPTL), including preparation and staffing of ARPs in accordance with DoDI5000.2. Providing PARM support for developing, maintaining, and transmitting Government Furnished Equipment (GFE), Government Furnished Information (GFI), or engineering data to support ship acquisition and modernization or system/equipment acquisition programs to cognizant NAVSEA Program Managers. Providing support to include preparation of program milestones with estimated cost and manpower requirements, justification for costs and manpower, justification for delays in program spending, modifications to budget submittals and back-up data/charts to support estimates for weapon systems. Collecting, analyzing, and managing PM data on in-house as well as on third party software, web, and database as required for ALRE projects to include control and maintenance of data repositories, data warehouses, and relational databases. Providing support for the preparation, coordination, and evaluation of program management reviews, including program status and milestones, technical reports, briefings, documentation, and product roadmaps. Participating in the Annual ALRE/EAF conferences providing support in meeting preparation including drafting agenda, preparation of meeting materials, and meeting minutes with action items.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or universityThree (3) years of relevant Engineering or Program Management leadership experience may be substituted for the degree A minimum of three (3) years of experience managing complex multi-disciplined programsA minimum of one (1) year of experience in Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) or Support Equipment (SE) is preferred, with knowledge of the land based and ship environments in which these systems will operate. Experience managing organizations working on Abbreviated Acquisition Programs (AAPs), or programs of comparable size and complexity. Must possess skills relating to task, schedule and people. Must be able to effectively operate with Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) policies and processes, with an understanding of how to effectively work within the constraints of NAVAIR financial, staffing, and contracting systems.