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Senior POM Analyst (OPNAV N80)

ARServices is seeking a Senior POM Analyst to support development of the Navy’s Program Objective Memorandum (POM). The Analyst will support the OPNAV Programming Division (N80). N80 leads the development and defense of the Navy Program and coordinates the generation, maintenance, and review of all Navy programmatic documentation. The Analyst will provide data gathering and analysis that assists with the decision-making functions within N80. Additionally, the Analyst shall be capable of providing sound counsel for N80 in balancing the POM based upon limited resources and numerous requirements. This position is located in the Pentagon.

 

Responsibilities

  • Provide analytical and management support for the Strategic Fiscal Alignment & POM Governance Branch (N80E).
  • Assist in the development of programming and resourcing Courses of Action
  • Assess Navy-wide impacts of programmatic changes to infrastructure, major acquisition programs, or operational and maintenance accounts.
  • Analyze the impact of potential programmatic impacts of funding reductions to readiness and capabilities.
  • Support analysis of current N80 internal processes that support programming objectives in POM final balancing and in future POM PPBE cycles.
  • Assist in the development of executive level documentation to establish programming processes and convey analytical assessments.
  • Regularly interact and collaborate with external stakeholders such as resource sponsors and Budget Submitting Offices.
  • Assist in the development of N80 executive level presentations that articulate N80’s strategic vision and roadmap to the OPNAV staff, Fleet Staffs, and other commands and directorates as required.
  • Provide recommendations to justify and defend budgets during all required annual and periodic budget submissions or reviews.
  • Utilize the Program Budget Information System (PBIS) to perform tasks, conduct analysis, and provide reports.
  • Provide support for the overall planning, fiscal reporting and controls.

Qualifications

  • Active Secret Security Clearance
  • Master’s Degree in Engineering Management or Business Administration.
  • A minimum of ten (10) years of experience with commercial and/or Government organizations in the areas of strategic planning, financial management, strategic capital allocation, and budget formulation.
  • Experience in the national security realm, cross business domain program development, skills in developing corporate priorities and articulating risk associated.
  • Significant experience in resource allocation from planning to execution in a Fortune 500 corporation or extensive DOD/DON experience. 
  • Executive level experience in process development and strategic planning with a strong ability to communicate effectively to Flag Officers and members of the Senior Executive Service. 

ARServices is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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