Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

  • Naval Special Warfare Project Officer/Navy Seal

    Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
    Program Analysis
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    USIG provides Systems Engineering and Technical Program Management support to high priority DoD programs and projects within NAVSEA, the Naval Special Warfare Community and the Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs by working in a team environment that relies on effective application of technical and engineering skills as well as strong communications and interpersonal skills.



    Support primarily to the Navy's Program Office for Naval Special Warfare within NAVSEA as well as other government organizations and prime contractors.  Provide critical programmatic and technical support including planning, assessment, and analysis to assist decision–makers for all stages of weapon system life cycle support including system design and development; resource scheduling, requirements planning and analysis; program and training documentation development; and other aspects of program life cycle coordination and execution.


    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or a similar technical field.
    • 5+ years of experience in Naval Special Warfare (NSW) or in the acquisition of Undersea Warfare Systems.
    • Knowledge of Special Operations Forces (SOF) requirements and systems is a plus.
    • Project Officer/Project Manager Experience.
    • Strong interpersonal relationship skills and ability to work independently or as part of a team.
    • Proficient with MS Office.
    • U.S. citizenship is required.

    Preferred Qualifications
    • Previous work related to Department of Defense.
    • Naval Special Warfare (NSW)/Special Operations Forces experience (SEAL preferred).
    • NSW weapon system acquisition, program management, life cycle management.
    • NSW weapon system integration; schedule and risk management; and resource planning.
    • Master’s Degree.


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