UIC Alaska

Program Analyst, Mid

Program/Project Management
Location : Location
Minimum Clearance Required
Public Trust (NAC)
Travel Requirement
Less than 10%


Bowhead seeks a Mid-Level Program Analyst join our team supporting the Program Office for Logistics Integrated Information Systems – Marine Corps (LI2S-MC) in Stafford, VA. The Program Analyst will work directly with the client analyzing complex and unique technical support assignments and lead or collaborate with engineers, cybersecurity personnel, logisticians, and program analysts within a scaled agile environment.


The Program Analyst will develop, analyze, evaluate, advise on, and/or improve the effectiveness of work methods and procedures, organizations, manpower utilization, distribution of work assignments, delegations of authority, management controls, information and documentation systems, and similar functions of management.


• Assist in planning, initiation, and oversight of the projects within the program and provide input/justification for budget requirements and impacts.
• Assist in preparing and formatting briefs.
• Proactively identify changes in work scope and ensure appropriate planning measures are taken to reassess and amend the scope of work requirement, budget, and timeline.
• Implement and manage change when necessary to meet projects outputs.
• Represent team at meetings assuring that priorities are communicated and understood, and that progress, delays, and/or issues are reported.
• Provide input to Weekly Situational Report and Program Management Review briefs.
• Assist in the gathering of fleet requirements and prioritizing Change Requests
• Provide support and coordination concerning the processing and deployment of personnel in all Overseas Contingency Operations.
• Create and maintain deployment status of deployed personnel.
• Coordinate with each of the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) Logistics Modernization Liaison Officers.
• Coordinate with Marine Corps Logistics Group, Marine Corps Tactical Operations Group, MAGTF Integrated System Training Centers and Marine Corps Training and Education Command for training and Fleet support
• Review Memorandums of Agreement/Understanding.
• Maintain TLS systems status and Update DoD IT Portfolio Repository (DITPR)-DON IT and DON Application and Database Management System (DADMS) ID registry.
• Assist in the Risk, Issue, and Opportunity (RIO) Management Process to collect and analyze the TLS Risk/Issues/Opportunities.
• Manage Issues and risk by ensuring issues are resolved in a timely manner so the project stays on track.
• Assist in the preparation, maintenance, review, delivery and tracking of acquisition documentation.
• Prepare and deliver agendas and presentation materials, draft meeting minutes, and capture action items for meetings/events.


• BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university; MA/MS degree preferred.
• Four (4) to Ten (10) years of professional experience.
• Experience with Navy or Marine Corps programs preferred.
• Proven ability to work on high visible or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently.
• Ability to manage the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific task.
• Intermediate to advanced level skills in Microsoft Office software suite - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.
• Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees, Government personnel, and other stakeholders.
• Strong interpersonal skills, good judgment, and the ability to lead a team or perform independently.


SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidate must favorably pass a Public Trust background investigation. Candidates with an In-Scope DoD security clearance are highly encouraged to apply. US Citizenship is required.

Physical Demands:

• Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds

• Must be able to stand and walk for prolonged amounts of time

• Must be able to twist, bend and squat periodically 




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