Provide support to the goals of the Office of Performance Analysis by performing a wide range of program office support functions including but not limited to, integrated schedule management, information gathering, analysis and timely reporting of information attained and analysis accomplished.
The overall achievement goal is to provide planning and organization to bring about the successful completion of specific program goals and objectives.
- Coordinate with the Office of Performance Analysis by providing updates, sharing information, and ensuring that the analysis and recommendations to be attained are in alignment with FAA goals. This coordination and support overlies the OPSNET Replacement Program and its connections to and integration with other existing AJR-G2 tools and programs.
- Provide support for the completion of requirement documents and artifacts required by the FAA Joint Resources Council (JRC) for the successful progression of the OPSNET-R program through the FAA Acquisition Management System (AMS). Provide procurement support in industry outreach and preparation of Requests for Information (RFI), and the formulation and execution of procurement strategies.
- Develop a Program Management Plan, including a master schedule, from current state through acquisition and design that would line out the steps of implementation of the new OPSNET-R system after contract award. Create a monitoring plan that would keep the FAA current on all activities to ensure system development progress is being made as proposed.
- Develop and support a Configuration Management plan to baseline, track changes, and determine impact of changes to systems architecture, hardware, software, ensure a method is in place to document history.
- Take actions to inform the FAA of any cost overruns, scheduling delays or other items that would impact the implementation of the OPSNET-R system. Make recommendations to mitigate items that might lead to delays.
- Provide artifacts and presentations for executive management upon request. Review different Contract data requirements list (CDRL) and provide comments in support of OPSNET-R Program Office.
- Develop information and briefing materials for response and presentation to executive management and other parties as necessary.
- Develop materials describing the integration and Modeling Portfolio as they related and pertain to Air Traffic Operations and analysis requirements for Metrics Dashboards.
- Coordinate activities and act as a liaison between OPSNET-R Development contractor and various FAA organizations/offices, including FAA Cloud Services (FCS) and Enterprise Information Management (EIM) program office.
- Provide support to the Team by keeping track of incoming workload, coordinating needed activities with various FAA stakeholders, updating the progress of the workload and providing weekly and monthly status reports including charts and graphs.
- Assist in the preparation of formal documentation (including briefings) and present plans, recommendations and results to a wide variety of audience.
- Typically requires BA degree and 12 – 15 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 10 – 13 years of prior relevant experience.
- Additional years of experience may be substituted for a degree at the hiring managers discretion.
- May possess a Doctorate in technical domain.
- Knowledge of the FAA Joint Resources Council processes and documentation.
- Familiarity with the FAA Acquisition Management System (AMS)
- Familiarity with FAA Cloud Services (FCS) and Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
- Experience with Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL)
- Experience in Scheduling
- Experience with developing a Program Management Plan
- Experience with Microsoft Office and Project
- Have the ability to work unsupervised, and as part of a team.
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:None
Travel:Yes, 10% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
Job Family:Proj and Prog Management
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