Chimera Enterprises International Space System Program Management Analyst in Arlington, Virginia
Chimera Enterprises International is seeking an experienced Space System Program Management Analyst to support the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security.
This position requires a Top Secret/ Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) clearance.
Provide staff packages in space-related areas including policy, strategy, operations, requirements, and programmatic efforts within compressed timelines.
Represent USD(I&S) positions and equities in all space policy, strategy, operations, and programming efforts including capability based assessments (CBA), Congressionally directed actions (CDA), Interagency policy committees, DoD and IC studies, and other efforts as applicable.
Conduct research and analysis; draft formal positions; review and analyze documents; prepare briefs, talking papers, memoranda, and letters in the form of senior leadership decision staff packages, and other duties as required
Perform technical studies and analyses, document reviews, and budgetary reviews related to space ISR systems, architectures, and requirements related to the Battlespace Awareness and Security Portfolio.
Provide national security recommendations to facilitate government direction, policy guidance, acquisition oversight and programmatic recommendations, for ISR programs supporting the DoD and the Intelligence Community (IC).
Support OUSD(I&S) interaction with Congress including assisting in the drafting of testimony, drafting of responses to congressionally directed actions, and drafting appeals to related Congressional budget marks.
Provide analysis of BA, ISR, and commercial; space programs for compliance with OSD policy and provide recommendations to ensure efficient use of MIP and NIP funding.
Assist in the government’s development of policy and planning guidance to Defense intelligence components through relevant chapters of the Defense Planning Guidance and the USD(I&S)/DNI Consolidated Intelligence Guidance (CIG) for the NIP and MIP.
Conduct and/or participate in directed studies, workgroups, program reviews, integrated product teams (IPT), OSD Policy and ODNI forums on commercial space, Joint Staff functional capability boards, and associated activities that assess policy and acquisition development options for satisfying new requirements, plans, systems, or policies and provide specific technical evaluations and process improvements to optimize the activities or systems/programs discussed.
Assist as needed in the coordination and staffing that supports the daily execution of the overall BA portfolio ensuring consistent OUSD(I&S) positions with Service, Joint and OSD staffs across affected functional areas.
Prepare materials for the director and deputy directors of Battlespace Awareness and Security Programs (BASP), the DDI (ISPR), and the USD(I&S) as directed
10 years of experience of which a minimum of five years must be specialized in space ISR and BA systems/programs in OSD, ODNI, or Joint Staff.
5 years of experience preparing functional requirements analysis and development of Space/ISR requirements.
7-10 years of experience working with Space/ISR Systems and Capabilities.
7-10 years of experience working with process re-engineering for Space/ISR systems and PED processes.
10 years of experience working with science and technology impacts.
7-10 years of experience providing quick-turn technical analyses of Space/ISR capabilities using modeling and simulation.
7-10 years of experience preparing technical analyses of Space/ISR system performance and simulation.
5-7 years of experience working with operational requirements and plans
5-7 years of experience conducting analysis of operational needs and gaps.
5-7 years of experience executing a cost-benefit analysis.
7-10 years of experience conducting strategic planning for Space/ISR capability acquisition.
5 years of experience working with the Requirements Process (JCIDS), PPBES, and DoD Acquisition Process.
DAWIA Level II Acquisition certification (or equivalent two years of experience)
PLACE OF PERFORMANCE:
National Capital Region
About Us: Chimera Enterprises International (Chimera) is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Company with headquarters in Maryland. We are built to inspire growth for our clients with innovative solutions, that helps our clients succeed. Chimera is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting and retaining the most qualified employees regardless of race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, age or disability.
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