Alion Science and Technology Sr. Military Analyst in Sasebo Nvl Base, Japan
Position Summary Professional analyst on the SURFMEPP program, monitoring the execution of maintenance strategies and Baseline Availability Work Package (BAWP) for U.S. Navy surface ship maintenance availabilities. Develops problem resolution options based on thorough knowledge of the situation, globally, as well as internally, utilizing quantitative and qualitative theory and principles to develop viable options. Under the direction of a project, program, and/or division manager, and within the scope of work derived from a contract with a government customer, performs multi-faceted assignments requiring the analysis and synthesis of complex systems and projects. Utilizes effective theory, concepts and principles in the development and implementation of analytic models and systems. Is well versed in the field and in certain client communities. Anticipates future requirements. Develops and evaluates plans for various projects or program activities to meet requirements. Assesses and recommends the feasibility of proposed approaches to solve problems. Possesses knowledge of applicable operational mission areas and national defense requirements. Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for tracking execution of Baseline Availability Work Packages (BAWPs), coordinating execution of Mandatory Technical Requirements with Regional Maintenance Center Project Managers and Assessment Directors, primary interface with TYCOM Port Engineer in support of Availability Work Package planning for assigned ships. Provides policy and guidance recommendation to commercial and government senior level staff, based on thorough analysis that utilizes accepted theory, principles and methods. Operates in multinational, interagency, joint, and service unique environments. Applies operational background and experience gained from military service and leadership roles, as well as operational proficiency in analytic theory and principles, during joint and combined operations at tactical, operational and strategic levels of warfare to solve current and/or future mission needs or to correct problem areas. Develops operational ideas in specialty area, and develops effective implementation schemes. Plans, develops, coordinates, and may direct (on an ad hoc basis) several small complex projects. Prepares or coordinates the preparation of proposals as required. Participates in working groups, program development forums, analytical activities, readiness exercises, training, education and other forums as required to accomplish contract requirements. Monitors standards for the quality of programs and documents. Assists in the resolution of project and program priorities. Assures quality control throughout all contract activities. Develops and executes budgets, work breakdown structures and other management procedures as required to monitor and control projects. Demonstrates superior writing and presentation skills to develop briefings, documents, papers, conceptual, and analytical reports for clients. Maintains and complies with security procedures in the performance of duties. May provide direction, training, and assistance to other project staff, as an expert in a particular field of endeavor. Performs additional duties and responsibilities as assigned. Education and Experience Bachelors degree in engineering or a related scientific discipline plus 6 years directly relevant work experience in U.S. Navy ship depot level maintenance planning functions. Masters degree plus 5 years directly relevant work experience or doctorate plus 3 years of directly relevant work experience. In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 10 years applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by market survey data. Preferred experience includes management or supervisory roles at a Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Repair, and Conversion command, Regional Maintenance Center, U.S. Navy Central Planning Activity, U.S. Navy Planning Yard Activity, or a Planning for Engineering and Repair Activity. Experience as a Naval Supervising Authority Project Manager or a U.S. Navy Port Engineer is also preferred. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Experience in advanced quantitative and qualitative analysis. Computer literate and proficiency in Microsoft applications. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. A SECRET level security clearance is required for employment.
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U.S. Citizenship Required.