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Scheduling Analyst (Temporary)

NOTE: This Scheduling Analyst position is a Temporary position that goes from 10 March 2015- Approximately 12 May 2015
GMRE is seeking a Scheduling Analyst to support AF DCGS scheduling for program and project management managing the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for programs/projects. The Scheduling Analyst will utilize automated planning software to perform schedule analysis and reporting, supporting an automated cost and schedule integrated environment. Analysis shall include critical path analysis and assessment, schedule risk assessment and schedule health metrics analysis. Candidate will have the opportunity to interact with customers to determine requirements and evaluate schedules.
Additional support areas include:
Apply extensive Microsoft Project and scheduling knowledge to assist and guide IPT government leadership, recommending the way forward with regards to the decision making process on interactive scheduling.
Provide support to the internal and external customer to include gathering source planning data and logically arranging dependent activities, loading resources and setting activities duration based on sub-project schedules, available resources, and constraints in the DCGS and/or individual ACAT's Master Schedules.
Provide status reporting, link technical dependencies and de-conflict schedule across DCGS and/or individual ACAT Enterprise, and properly reflect priority sequencing of technical modifications to the systems and possible "earned value analysis" of work performed against the approved baseline plan.
Prepare automated planning software to perform schedule analysis and reporting.
Support development and maintain program top level Interface Master Plan (IMP), and associate IMS as day to-day execution tools used by the government to periodically assess progress in meeting program requirements
Report program/project progress IAW the IMP at program reviews, as required and/or as requested, and work with government program manager/IPT's leads on identified potential program problems and recommend solutions.
Knowledgeable in governmental systems, acquisitions, and program management; specifically in Air Force and DoD environments covering the DoD 5000 series policies.
Maintain integrated and networked multi-layered schedule of program tasks required to complete the work effort capture in a related IMP, not toinclude all MPT events.
Brief to top government leadership
Required Education/Training/Experience
Minimum of 2 years of related experience in DoD government environment or other related technical field is required.
Extensive experience in Microsoft Project and MS Office Suite Programs
Must have or be able to obtain a Government Secret Clearance

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