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    Senior Resource Analyst

    Caribou Thunder
    Mclean, VA 22067
    Full-time, Part-time
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    Job Description

    Job Description

    Overview

    Caribou Thunder LLC is a provider of global engineering services since 2006. The company is certified by the Small Business Administration as Women and Native American Owned, HUBZone and Small Disadvantaged Business, that has completed projects for Department of Defense and Intelligence Community in 22 countries around the globe and 35 states across America.

    Caribou Thunder is seeking Senior Resource Analyst. That will be located in McLean, Virginia and will support a large Department of Defense contract. The work environment is that of a casual small-company feel but backed by large-company resources and infrastructure. Applicants should be highly motivated self-starters with willingness to learn outside their core technology areas. With Caribou Thunder you have a wide range of opportunities for career growth.

    ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

    This is senior level performance (Level III-Senior) work and is located at the Directorate level throughout the Agency. Positions are located at the group, office/component level, Directorate, or Working Capital Fund office. This position may be responsible for: preparing supporting documentation for the budget exercises, requests for reserve release, supplementals and reprogramming; performing operational, short- and long-term trend analyses; and preparing briefings on programmatic activities. The subject matter is moderately to highly complex and involves coordination across components and functions of the Agency (human resources, financial resources, Working Capital Fund expenditures, and contracts). This position may be a Subject Matter Expert in their field utilizing specialized analytic, technical, or operational knowledge to meet mission requirements and priorities:

    • Demonstrates professional competence as a Resource Analyst and awareness of all component or directorate programs and how they relate to the Agency as a whole
    • Support the annual budget build by developing the Program Budget Submission and the Congressional Budget Justification Book (CBJB) for the assigned organization
    • Exhibits full awareness of physical, technical, human, and financial resource requirements and availability for all a component or directorate program, both for the execution year and for all budget out-years
    • Uses knowledge of component resources and alternative resource sources to propose and implement cost-efficient strategies for meeting mission goals
    • Develops and implements long-range plans to accomplish component or directorate goals
    • Prepares budget exercise submissions; assimilates information about program goals, requirements, costs, and schedules; ensures that submissions are rational, defensible, and executable
    • Ensures that program execution is proceeding within available resource constraints and remains consistent with goals; implements resource realignment (including from multiple sources) as required or in response to unplanned circumstances
    • Exhibits broad comprehension of relevant statutes, regulations, and policies in resource utilization and in the budget development and execution processes
    • Routinely constructs and maintains background documentation on programmatic and resource analyses, discussions, thinking, and decisions to aid the component's resource management continuity

    Strategic planning

    • Exhibits awareness of the component’s alignment with strategic goals of the component, directorate, Agency, and Community
    • Participates in discussions to identify objectives, specific actions, and timelines to achieve goals in the plan, linked with resource requirements
    • Applies analytic results, including historical trends and significant findings, in constructing budget submissions and assessing budget execution; draws inferences, extrapolates, and generalizes as appropriate; identifies gaps in information provided by analyses

    Advocacy of programs

    • Prepares documentation, briefings, and discussions that represent, explain, justify, and defend program directions and resource requirements
    • Conducts research to help respond to ad hoc taskings such as those arising from Congressionally Directed Actions and Questions for the Record; coordinates with other components in these taskings
    • Capably leads or conducts briefings or meetings, assessing audience reactions, and appropriately addressing concerns, questions, and comments

    Coordination and collaboration

    • Coordinates cross-Agency activities with resource managers and policy counterparts to ensure Agency-wide integration
    • Supports CPA managers in the implementation of decision support tools, and methodologies to support CPA business imperatives (dependent upon position of assignment)
    • Consults with CPA senior management on data and analytical requirements
    • Designs and executes analytic studies to evaluate proposed or ongoing Agency programs and activities that are highly sensitive or complex
    • Demonstrates tools to CPA staff, senior management, and external stakeholders
    • Serves as an Agency resource for developing methods to verify and validate data
    • Obtains accurate information from a variety of sources that provides for consistent and comprehensive results; determines the appropriate tools to mine, evaluate, and present data culled from corporate repositories
    • Implements highly innovative, effective procedures and processes to solve the difficult problems and cost equations; identifies and resolves data discrepancies
    • Creates databases to facilitate analysis, develops complex information repository systems/methods and standard reports for use across the work unit, office, and Agency
    • Reviews highly complex and/or sensitive Agency initiatives and draws conclusions about required funding levels
    • Other duties as assigned

    Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

    • Ability to obtain considerable knowledge of the Agency’s strategic planning and resource management processes
    • Ability to obtain considerable knowledge of the Agency’s program planning and execution processes
    • Considerable knowledge in the use of automated program planning software applications
    • Considerable knowledge of business resource planning practices and ability to obtain knowledge of Agency budgeting practices and procedures
    • Ability to obtain working knowledge of Agency and CFO mission, plans, and programs needed for participation in the Agency’s decision-making process
    • Ability to obtain considerable knowledge of Agency regulations, policies, and unique authorities
    • Considerable knowledge of appropriate Federal regulations and laws for area of assignment
    • Considerable knowledge of quality assurance procedures to ensure data integrity and timeliness of the data
    • Ability to apply analytic and diagnostic techniques and quantitative techniques sufficient to identify, evaluate, and recommend to managers substantive solutions to resolve interrelated quantitative analytical problems and issues
    • Working knowledge of management science, operations research, or cost analysis methodologies

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS 

    • Minimum of eight (8) plus years progressively responsible professional work experience in Project/Program Management, Quantitative Analysis, Financial Analysis, or structured approaches to analysis to include data manipulation comparable to a full performance level program analyst. Or, eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience comparable to work functions performed at the developmental Cost Estimator performance level or full performance or as a Level II Resource Analyst or equivalent
    • A Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or a closely related field with a concentration in Financial Management or Financial Analysis or a Bachelor's Degree in Quantitative Analysis, Financial Analysis, Social Sciences, or a closely related field
    • A Master’s Degree in Quantitative Analysis, Financial Analysis, Social Sciences, or a closely related field. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) may substitute for two years of applicable work experience at the developmental full performance level

    CLEARANCE REQUIRED

    • Requires active TS/SCI with Full Scope Poly

    LOCATION

    • McLean, Virginia

    Benefits Overview of Caribou Thunder, LLC

    Caribou Thunder, LLC is an established Department of Defense contractor with over 15 years of experience delivering global engineering programs. We offer industry leading salaries as well as world class benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Savings Plans, and 401k offerings. We offer challenging and exciting work opportunities with growth potential, within several Department of Defense contracts and have a turnover level much lower than industry averages due to our tradition of serving our employees with the highest level of support. Caribou Thunder, LLC is pleased to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, in which hiring decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. United States citizenship is a requirement for all positions.

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    Posting ID: 565632758Posted: 2021-01-17