Lead Program Administrative and Analytical Support

Employer
P3S Corporation
Location
Arlington, VA
Posted
Nov 26, 2022
Closes
Nov 30, 2022
Ref
718732290
Hours
Full Time
*Job Title*Lead Program Administrative and Analytical Support*Schedule*Operational Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM*Location*F-35 JPO - 200 12thStreet South, Arlington, Virginia*Onsite and offsite**Salary*D.O.E*Benefits*A' . Company Social OutingsA' . Unique Office SpaceA' . Dental InsuranceA' . Vision InsuranceA' . Health InsuranceA' . Life InsuranceA' . Gym Membership DiscountsA' . Paid Time OffA' . Paid HolidaysA' . 401K / Retirement Plan*Requirements*A' . *SECRET CLEARANCE REQUIRED*A' . US Citizen*Education*A' . Bachelor's degree in Business Management or related field or Associate's degree and 4 years work experience*Experience*A' . 4 years of experience in program management, technical, or business analysis discipline, related to weapon systems acquisition and life cycle management; and a minimum two (2) years of specialized experience supporting the DoD or other federal agency in tracking, monitoring, performance/cost analysis and executive reporting for contractor support services (CSS).A' . Knowledge of federal law and associated regulation that are applicable to federal contract administration requirements outlined in the FAR, DFAR, JTR, FTR, etc.A' . Experience with extracting data and conducting analysis in the preparation and presentation of recurring and/or ad hoc business reporting.A' . Ability to analyze program effectiveness and implement process improvement techniques.*Job Summary*The Contractor shall identify a Lead Program Administrative and Analytical Support personnel by name, who shall serve as the primary interface and point of contact (POC) with the Government program authorities and representatives on technical program/project issues.*Responsibilities and Duties: *A' . Provide management, oversight, direction, administration, quality assurance, and leadership of the execution of this contract.A' . Serve as the primary contact for all Contractor staff on JPO-specific inquiries related to processes and procedures, systems, and training. Facilitate Government and Contractor communications and all activities necessary to ensure the accomplishment of timely and effective support, performed in accordance with the requirements contained in this PWS.A' . Use industry best-standards that assure that all contract activities are identified, documented, and tracked so that the contract will continuously be evaluated and monitored for timely and quality service by the Contractor.A' . Notify the Contracting Officer Representative (COR), Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO), and Technical Points of Contacts (TPOCs) in writing of any technical, personnel, or general managerial problems encountered throughout the contract period of performance (PoP)A' . Provide qualified temporary staff coverage or assess and redistribute workload as needed when vacancies occur in order to mitigate gap in support.A' . Manage in-processing and out-processing of Contractor support staff to include but not limited to; coordination of required on-boarding documentation, facility access, Security check points, IT access, and government furnished property. The Lead shall adhere to current JPO on-boarding and out-processing procedures.A' . Provide regular and recurring training on DESA processes and systems, as required.to new Contractor support staff.A' . Provide deliverables in accordance with Contract Data Requirement List (CDRL) exhibits A001 - A008.*Telework*A' . All Contractor personnel will provide on-site support at the Government site listed in Section 4.3 for approximately 25% of the time unless approved by the COR. Additionally, the Contractor must provide their Telework policy detailing the roles, responsibilities, security, safety, and requirements for adherence by the Contractor to the COR. All positions are eligible to telework approximately 75% of the time unless otherwise specified. Contractor discretion is required when making alternate worksite and telework decisions based upon the nature of support provided by the employees. In the event telework is utilized, the Contractor remains responsible for performance and compliance with any applicable cost accounting standards and contract cost principles/procedures. The Government is not responsible for any operating costs associated with telework by the Contractor up to and including maintenance, insurance, and/or liabilities. Telework can be terminated by the PCO or COR at any time.*Reporting Schedule*Monthly status report on project updates and activities accomplished and the level of effort for all tasks.*Other: ** Communication Skills - The ability to communicate verbally and in writing with all levels of employees and management.* Integrity and Trust - Widely trusted, direct, truthful, present unvarnished truth in an appropriate and helpful manner, admits mistakes, and does not misrepresent information.* Teamwork - Involves working well in a collaborative setting, supporting work team by volunteering for and completing assignments, acting as a positive team member by contributing to discussions, developing, and maintaining both formal and informal relationships enterprise-wide.Job Type: Full-timePay: $70,000.00 - $90,000.00 per yearBenefits:* 401(k)* Dental insurance* Health insurance* Life insurance* Referral program* Vision insuranceSchedule:* Monday to Friday* No weekendsAbility to commute/relocate:* Arlington, VA 22202: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)Experience:* Program management: 4 years (Preferred)Security clearance:* Secret (Required)Work Location: Hybrid remote in Arlington, VA 22202

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