Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

  • Cap. Based Assessmt (CBA) Ops Research Analyst

    Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
    Operations Research
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    SPA’s Emerging Markets Group is responsible for a broad range of analytical, systems engineering, independent assessments, strategic planning, and technology research, development, testing and evaluation (RDT&E) programs in support of new SPA markets, as well as the company’s San Diego office and portfolio.#


    SPA is seeking an experienced analyst to lead Capability Based Assessments (CBA) for several Government customers (DoD and DHS).  These efforts will be provided in support of the Joint Requirements Office (JRO) for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRND) as well as the United States Coast Guard. #CJ #IN123 



    • Lead the conduct of the CBA
    • Manage resources in support of the CBA
    • Complete doctrinal CONOPS and associated initial draft DoDAF products (OV-1, AV-1, AV-2).
    • Conduct briefings and provide updates.
    • Support completion of the CBA, accompanying Analytic Report, and briefing presentations



    • Master’s degree, from an accredited intuition, in a scientific field (MSE fine). 
    • 5 years or more experience leading a multi-disciplinary team
    • Direct CBA working-level experience 
    • Experienced in applying analytical skills in problem solving in a military environment equivalent to a retired O5 or former GS 14 or above. 
    • Experience formulating briefings and briefing flag level leaders. 
    • Active DOD Secret clearance


    Desired (e.g. Education, Certifications)

    • Experience leading CBAs, and demonstrated ability to apply/manage resources as necessary
    • Experience in the CBRND Community
    • Understanding of/prior experience relating to Pharmaceutical-Based Agents (PBA) threat
    • Experience in the  USCG Community




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