Program Support Analyst

OVERVIEW: ANSER enhances national and homeland security by strengthening public institutions.  We provide thought leadership for complex issues through independent analysis and we deliver practical, useful solutions.  ANSER values collaboration, integrity, and initiative and we are client focused in all that we do. Because we were established for the purpose of public service and not for profit, we measure our success in the impact of our service.  SPECIFIC JOB DESCRIPTION: ANSER is seeking an Analyst to support the Joint Program Executive Office for Assembled Chemical Weapons Authority (ACWA) Strategic Studies and Analysis task.  In the course of this work, the ideal candidate will provide program support to the PEO ACWA Team including the Government director of program planning and analysis to include operation planning and implementation of new technologies. The analyst will: Continuously identify program and resource needs and requirements and assess those requirements based on the program needs of the PEO ACWA Provide risk management support to PEO ACWA Provide technical writing support to policy and planning document development MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree with 5 years' experiencesupporting government or DoD programs Strong communication, briefing and technical writing skills required A high degree of interpersonal skill in working with various levels of technical and business oriented individuals is required Strong Microsoft Products Skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook) Active DoD Secret Clearance DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate degree An understanding of Earned Value Management System (EVMS) US Army experience, especially at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) or Edgewood, MD An understanding of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) programs and their challenges Familiarity with Microsoft Project/Visio Active Top Secret DoD Secret Clearance or higher
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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