Program Planning & Control Analyst
Title:Program Planning & Control AnalystKBR is seeking a Program Planning & Control Analyst for the Science and Space Business unit. The Program Planning & Control Analyst will support KBR contracts (primarily Government customers) and will be primarily responsible for Program Planning and Control. The Program Planning & Control Analyst will report directly to the Project Controls Manager.Responsibilities include:Analyze cost trends in order to correct errors and provide forward guidance to maximize revenue and profit and minimize cost variances.Develop and control baselines and budgets.Monitor schedule/milestones to facilitate estimates to complete and process scope changes.Prepare and deliver customer report deliverables per the contract terms and conditions.Analyze/modify cost estimates and re-baseline programs as the need is identified.Prepare forecasts using program resource estimates with appropriately applied rates and factors.Knowledge of project management, scheduling, and control account planning concepts.Develop price/cost estimates utilizing established pricing concepts and applications.Application of FAR, CAS and government accounting standards.Develop Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), perform maintenance and charge number control.Perform moderately complex accounting and analytical tasks, including transaction processing, account reconciliation and analysis.Analyze program funding requirements and track subcontractor costs & fee.Assist in developing presentations and reports for internal and external customers.Track, trend, forecast and analyze subcontractor and vendor invoices.Develop and carry out long- and short-term objectives and balance multiple priorities.Identify, diagnose, and resolve complex problems independently.Perform other duties as assigned.EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field and 2+ years related experience.Knowledge of basic program management concepts (budgets, estimate to complete, project schedules, etc.).Knowledge of project management, scheduling, and control account planning concepts.Experience with COBRA or other MPM toolsExperience with 533 Monthly Contractor Financial Management ReportAdditional Qualifications:Familiarity with standard government agency reporting requirements (NASA, DOD).Proficient with Costpoint, COGNOS systems or other EVMS reporting engine.Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Advanced Excel skills.Remote work options available.Scheduled Weekly Hours:40KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.