Resource Analyst - Level III - Senior
Mission Services | McLean, VA | Full Time
Resource Analyst - Level III – Senior
Hours: Full time (day)
Clearance: Top Secret/SCI/Polygraph
Location: Multiple Locations
- 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.
- Alternatively, 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’s of Business Administration (MBA) may substitute for two years of applicable work experience at the developmental full performance level.
This is senior level (Level III) work in the multi-level Resource Analyst occupation and entails providing strategic/programmatic guidance to Agency customers on moderately to highly complex issues, preparing supporting documentation for budget exercises, and employing program analysis techniques.
This is senior level performance (Level III-Senior) work and is located at the Directorate level throughout the Agency. Positions are located in 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 reprogrammings; performing operational, short- and long-term trend analyses; and preparing briefings on programmatic activities. The subject matter is moderate to highly sophisticated 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.
Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Support the annual budget build by developing the Program Budget Submission and the Congressional Budget Justification Book (CBJB) for the assigned organization
- Ensures that program execution is proceeding within available resource constraints and remains consistent with goals; proposes and 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
- Exhibits full awareness of physical, technical, human, and financial resource requirements and availability for all of a component or directorate program, both for the execution year and for all budget out-years
- Routinely constructs and maintains background documentation on programmatic and resource analyses, discussions, thinking, and decisions to aid the component's resource management continuity
- Provide supervisors or managers or senior leaders with periodic status updates
- Works with component, group or directorate Plans or Program office on resource planning and guidance
- Demonstrates professional competence in occupation and awareness of all component programs and how they relate to the Agency priorities
- Uses extensive knowledge of component resources and alternative resource sources to provide guidance on cost-efficient strategies for meeting goals and to implement those strategies
- Assists in the development and implementation of long-range plans to accomplish component goals; participate in senior component management in developing and implementing strategic plans
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 of 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 a 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 the area of assignment.
- Considerable knowledge of quality assurance procedures to ensure data integrity and timeliness of the data.
- Strong interpersonal skills are necessary to elicit cooperation and support from others and to interact tactfully and effectively with co-workers, supervisors and other Agency employees.
- Strong oral and written communication skills are sufficient for responses or briefings on substantive research topics and issues to a wide range of technical and non-technical customers, co-workers, and managers.
- Ability to manage competing priorities and work requirements by continuously evaluating the needs of the organization’s mission against on-going work; and planning/scheduling own and unit’s work.
- Ability to interact with people who have different values, cultures, or backgrounds.
- Ability to interact with customers, employees, and managers at all levels in order to contribute to and influence decision-making and resolve the conflict.
- Working knowledge of Project Management concepts and principles.
- 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.
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