The MITRE Corporation Lead Program Control Analyst in Bedford, Massachusetts
Lead Program Control Analyst
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Join the team of CF&A business analysis professionals providing business operations support to the Air Force Portfolio organization.
Lead Program Control Analyst, in partnership with AF Program Control team, operates as a trusted strategic partner to facilitate the business operations and financial management of an AF Program Division.
Serve as the primary source of day-to-day financial support and guidance to a Program Division Director, Department Heads. Interfacing with Program Control Managers to provide them with the project delivery data and insights they need to support more senior customers.
Provide proactive analysis and recommendations for direct work program for the associated division.
Ensure consistent business practices are used, ensuring compliance with MITRE’s Policy and Procedures
Evaluate project financial health, risk mitigation, funding and execution projections.
Provide analysis and recommendations for indirect Tech Ops budgets.
Communicate with Sr. Management on issue resolution.
Lead a team of program control analysts on staffing, budgeting, and reporting best practices.
Conduct detailed analysis necessary to close out projects successfully including delivery, staffing, and funding requirements
Prepare materials for and facilitate regular financial reviews
Partner with staff across CF&A on cross-training and best practice activities
Support the execution of the organization’s strategic and business goals.
Interface directly with Technical Directors, Project Leaders, Resource Managers and peers serving as a trusted finance partner and CF&A point of contact
Deliver Project Leader training on financial tools and principles of project financial management
BS in business or financial discipline and 8 years of related experience
Ability to interpret, analyze and forecast financial data
Strong Excel skills including create pivot tables, charts and formulas
Experience with budgeting and financial analysis
Strong oral and written communication skills
Job Business Administration
Primary Location United States-Massachusetts-Bedford
This requisition requires a clearance of Secret
Travel Yes, 5 % of the Time
Job Posting Jul 10, 2018, 9:44:01 AM
Req ID: 00050376