Program Analyst, USNORTHCOM & Components (Finance)
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SPECIFIC JOB DESCRIPTION:
ANSER is seeking Program Analysts to support a Task Order providing the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) with subject matter expertise (SME) support services to the Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation (AM&E) of Security Cooperation Programs. This Task Order will support the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy (OUSDP) with planning and AM&E support. The focus of this effort is to support the Geographic Combatant Commands (GCCs), Services, and the Department in the implementation of the new requirements such as identification of comprehensive institutional capacity building capability opportunities to support security cooperation sustainability, develop logic frameworks, theories of change, and performance indicators to measure progress. Responsibilities include:
Assist Senior Program Analysts in the development and implementation of security cooperation programs by working across the Department and with key interagency and state partners, the broader security cooperation community, stakeholders, and interest groups.
Participate with OSD Policy and DSCA in developing, supporting, and progressing security cooperation programs, activities, and initiatives.
Support program management planning, logistics and administrative requirements, and interagency coordination in the field.
Keep abreast of new policies, procedures, regulations, and directives affecting security cooperation activities.
These are full-time positions based at NORTHCOM, SOCNORTH, USARNORTH, AFNORTH, MARFORNORTH, and NAVNORTH in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The anticipated start date is October 1, 2019. These positions are contingent upon award.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
At least five (5) years of experience.
Experience with security cooperation programs and procedures.
Active secret security clearance required.
Subject matter expertise in assessments and monitoring of key security cooperation functions, such as strategy/policy, defense institution building/institutional capacity building, logistics, human resource management, resource management, and protection of civilians/SSR/civil sector/human rights.
Regional expertise and overseas experience.
Experience working within the Command and its components.
Experience with the NORTHCOM area of operations
EDUCATION & YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:
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