Program management analyst-team lead

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Provide analysis and recommendations of cases to the Federal Government for final review and determination of dispositions.
Access and update various databases and automation suites with the analysis and recommendations, which are then available to the Federal Government to assist in their case review and adjudication responsibilities.
Compile and report the status of various contractual and other performance metrics for the monthly status report.
Lead and supervise a team of 3-7 personnel including Quality Control of work products.
Participate in various working groups and meetings to improve workflow processes, facilitate deployment of various systems and initiatives, and identify systemic impediments to organizational success.
Bachelor's degree.
Current DHS Public Trust security clearance.
Five years of relevant/specialized experience in the skills needed to perform the job duties.
Experience as an School Certification Case Analyst and/or Program Analyst.
Ability to conduct comprehensive research and analysis of technical and sensitive documents, briefing materials, management directives and correspondence and then communicate informed recommendations of the synthesis both orally and in writing.
Demonstrated experience working in a team environment.
Experience with standard MS Office suite products.
Prior experience leading teams.
Experience in researching, interpreting, and making informed recommendations regarding the application of federal and state regulations and various policy guidelines.
Experience working in or supporting multicultural activities.
Demonstrated experience in using creativity and innovation in seeking resolutions to problems of various complexity.
Possession of interpersonal skills to facilitate team coordination and effectiveness.
Demonstrated ability to analyze information and formulate logical conclusions.
Prior experience working in an academic or federal government setting will be considered an asset.
Prior experience working with compliance issues and providing customer service support will be considered assets.
Ability to speak a second language and/or overseas travel experience will be considered an asset.
Date: 2014-09-10
Country: US
State: VA
City: Arlington

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