CACI has an immediate opening for a highly motivated Ship Combat Systems Program Analyst that supports the Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) 10.0 office at our Washington, DC location. PEO IWS 10 leads a professional and experienced organization that delivers the Ship Self-Defense System Integrated Combat System (SSDS-ICS) to U.S. Navy carrier and amphibious warships.
What You’ll Get to Do:
Work and communicate with senior military and government civilian personnel on a routine basis.
Assist the In-Service PAPM/APM’s in the planning and execution of all C5I/C4I integrated Combat System installations on all In-Service Amphibious ships.
Assist the In-Service PAPM/APM’s in the tracking of IWS 10 procured GFI/GFE for all C5I/C4I integrated Combat System installations on all In-Service Amphibious ships.
Liaise between IWS 10, PEO IWS PARMs, NAVAIR and SPAWAR PARMs, Warfare Centers, and PMS 407 for procurement and tracking of GFI/GFE for all In-Service Amphib combat system-related matters.
Exercise a high degree of innovation, originality, and sound judgment to initiate and/or implement guidelines and policies to fulfill the IWS 10 mission. When deviating from traditional or established guidelines, the incumbent will adapt or develop new and innovative methods.
Establish the path to completion while understanding risks and waivers required to normal policy.
Track risk of late and missed Fleet Modernization milestones for all In-Service Amphibious ships for SEA 21 SPMs, PARMs, Type Commanders (TYCOMs), Navy Information Forces (IFOR), and Fleet Forces Commands.
Track combat system modernization from advanced planning through on-board testing IAW the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM).
Ensures proper preservation of program briefs and records in accordance with both customer and CACI requirements. This will include use of various IT based solutions such as the IWS SharePoint site and the CACI IWS 10 SharePoint.
Work closely with the PEO IWS 10FM Execution Plan Integrated Product Team (EP IPT) as a functional member of the IPT.
Assist in collecting and performs analysis on various Combat Systems Readiness related metrics (GFE/GFI EDD, CASREPS, SOVTs, SOTs, Tech Assists, etc.) as directed by the 10FM team.
Execute required Modernization/Maintenance tracking actions IAW the following Navy directives; USFFC C5ISR Modernization Policy, NAVSEA PEO IWS Combat System Certification Policy, Navy Modernization Program-Management and Operations Manual, and others as required.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Must possess a current DoD Secret clearance.
Require bachelor’s degree and five years of related (project support or management) experience.
Experience in supporting a project group.
Excellent organizational skills in managing mini-projects and facilitating meetings, i.e., logistics (equipment and facilities), preparation of meeting invitations and meeting agendas, capture and tracking of action items, and publication of meeting minutes.
Skill with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
Ability to identify those tasks that need to be done and follow through to completion.
Availability for face-to-face meetings with the Navy client on a daily basis, particularly on short notice.
Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Basic experience providing acquisition or logistics support to US Navy combat and weapons systems programs.
What We Can Offer You:
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We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
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