Program Analyst (Deployment Support and Family Emergency Response)
CNIC offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms. CNIC provides competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and extensive professional development and training. The mission of the Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Programs is to maximize the physical, emotional and social development of the fleet, fighter and family. FFR enables a ready Navy force through its Fleet Readiness, Family Readiness, and Housing Programs. We provide direct and support services to all non-appropriated fund (NAF) employees who work for Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR), Navy Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS), and Navy Getaways throughout the FFR Program worldwide.
Serves as Program Analyst for the FFSP and provides policy/program and data management expertise for the Navy’s FFSPs to ensure a high quality, flexible, support program of human services for active duty military and their families. This position is established to analyze, evaluate and advise management on the effectiveness of line programs and/or the efficiency of the management of assigned programs. Also, to maintain accountability for the full range of assigned responsibilities associated with the Navy’s Work and Family Life Program.
- Occasional Travel
- Frequent travel up to 20% may be required.
- Relocation is authorized.
Knowledge of basic principles, concepts, standards, regulations, and administration related to management of FFSP processes, such as the cycle of deployment, emergency family evacuations, repatriation and family member accountability, and customer service.
Knowledge of military family programs in a military organization, center, administration, policies/procedures, and practices in conducting day-to-day operations.
Ability to brief/speak knowledgeably to all levels of customers and colleagues.
Ability to understand and apply rules, regulations, and instructions pertaining to DoD family programming operations and their application to deployment support and DoD emergency family assistance programming
Knowledge of military systems, communities, and resources available to members, civilians, family members and contractors.
Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative techniques for measuring effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity of assigned programs.
Skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques in the development of new procedures and approaches to identify and resolve significant issues and problems of a unique nature.
Knowledge of the emergency management policies and procedures of multiple federal agencies, state and local governments, in addition to those of the DoD.
Knowledge of emergency management concepts, processes, and procedures.
Ability to develop and implement headquarters-level marketing plans.
Frequent travel up to 20% may be required.