Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

Senior Scheduler

Job Locations US-DC
Data Science & Analytics
Security Clearance Requirement
Public Trust
Regular Full-Time


Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA) delivers high-impact, technical solutions to complex national security issues. As we enter our 50th year in business, we are known for continuous innovation for government customers, both long-established and newly acquired, as our capabilities expand around the globe. Our work is state-of-the-art and made possible only through the best personnel, tools, and jobs in the national security business. We are highly collaborative in spirit and practice, and we freely share expertise across SPA in our quest for enduring solutions to critical concerns. Come work with the best! 


SPA's Critical Infrastructure Group (CIG), part of the Strategic Programs and Critical Infrastructure Division (SPCID) is hiring for a Senior Scheduler.



The Senior Scheduler will be responsible for helping to support the development, analysis and reporting of cost, schedule and performance progress. Identifying dependencies and relationships as well as collaborate with FAA senior management. To be successful, the right candidate will have strong verbal and written skills, necessary to communicate and manage client expectations, understand schedule interdependencies and Work Breakdown Structure relationship to program management.


Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, Marketing, Finance, or some quantitative discipline.
  • 10-20 years of meaningful experience within the field.
  • Technical proficiency in Microsoft Project.
  • Experience in leading project planning efforts & Experience in project schedule analysis software, such as Primavera P6
  • Applicants selected will be subject to a Government Public Trust Investigation and meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Hands on experience working with Federal program management and scheduling support processes. Preferred knowledge of FAA but not necessary.
  • Experience providing Critical Path analysis and implementing scheduling standards and standard methodologies
  • Ability to build quality program schedules, including implementation and investment analysis schedules, whether the schedule is built from the ground up, or is “inherited”, following GAO’s Best Practices in schedule development. Master’s Degree or higher may act as substitute for years of experience desired.




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