Facilities and Logistics Policy and Strategy Analyst

MCLEAN, VIRGINIA

3/29/18

3/29/19

Description

Title: Facilities and Logistics Policy and Strategy Analyst
Clearance: TS/SCI CI Polygraph 
Location: McLean, VA

Minimum Requirements

Responsibilities 
Serve as the Contractor SME, documenting and properly updating processes to meet audit regulations.
Draft, edit, coordinate and provide configuration management support for technical summaries, oversight reports, memorandums of record, briefings or other deliverables in support of DNI requirements and Congressional mandates.
Review and process tasks; identify risks and propose mitigation strategies.
Provide technical expertise in specific areas as required, including but not limited to logistics operations, supply chain management, and asset management.
Assist the Government with updating key facilities and logistics processes; identify additions, deletions and updates required to accurately document procedures.
Assist the Government with facility data collection regarding real property; provide input to quarterly data calls.
Assist the Government with the collection and review of Capital Improvement Projects; properly document assets and inform CFE for input and/or removal in Construction in Progress (CIP).
Sample and review existing facility and logistics Internal Control Processes (ICP); identify additions, deletions, and/or updates to ensure processes are documented accurately.
Assist the Government with BUILDER transition and maintenance.
Provide audit support to Government in relation to audit findings; update and assist with responses to audit inquiries.
Maintaining a current and accurate internal documentation library.
Provide technical research, analysis, reports, and presentations in response to internal and external ad hoc taskings and requests.

Desired Requirements

Required Qualifications 

Bachelor's degree or higher in Business Administration, Program Management, Acquisition or eight (8) or more years federal policy related field experience.
Experience interpreting and applying Federal, IC and DoD Acquisition policies, regulations and guidance.
Knowledge of Government audit regulations and policy.
Technical knowledge and skill in working with quantitative data, utilizing one or more software tool:Archibus, Builder, Microsoft Access, and/or Microsoft Project.
Ability to handle multiple, demanding, and complex tasks in a timely manner with accurate results.
 
TS/SCI w/poly
Work Schedule
You are required to work 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday.  Core work hours are 9:00 am EST to 3:00 PM EST.