Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

Space Control Program Analyst - Mid/Senior

Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
ID
2020-4815
Category
Program Analysis
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

The Cyber, Acquisition, Intelligence Group (CAIG) supports a broad array of clients the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (A&S) and Research and Engineering on cyber, space, nuclear, intelligence and acquisition efforts. The OSD Program Analyst - Space Control position will be located at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.

Responsibilities

SPA is seeking a mid-to-Senior level Program Analyst to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Information and Integration Portfolio Management (DASD I&IPM). The candidate will support DASD I&IPM in the monitoring of Space Control modernization and sustainment activities, review and monitoring of acquisition programs through the DAES system, and perform action officer tasks such as setting up meetings at the GO/FO/SES level and preparing staffing packages ready for Senior-level review.  Successful candidate will have a direct impact on Space Control-related acquisition programs, to include Space Domain Awareness, Offensive Space Control, and Defensive Space Control.    

 

The candidate will support the client on-site daily at the Pentagon, with expectations to be a high-performer, able to communicate clearly, work independently, and be capable of multi-tasking. Ability to be cleared for Special Access Programs (SAP) is required.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • Active TS/SCI clearance 
  • 3+ years experience at a SPO, Headquarters Staff, at OSD, Joint Staff, Service or other Agency level
  • 3+ years of experience with DoD Acquisition processes 
  • 5+ years of experience with DoD Space Control policy, modernization or sustainment programs
  • Experience with DoD Space Control operations highly desired
  • SAP eligibility required

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