The incumbent serves as a Program Analyst performing vast analytical research studies and the creation/production of reports generated for the Office of Information and Technology (OIT). In addition, provides program oversight, direction, coordination and leadership in all performance management security and analysis activities including performance monitoring/management, external reviews, data management, continuous/total quality improvement and development and change management.Learn more about this agency
This announcement is non-bargaining and may close early once an adequate pool of 50 eligible applicants is reached.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
Compressed/Flexible Schedule: Available
Virtual: This is not a virtual position
Position Description Title/PD#: Program Analyst/ PD13183A and PD13184A
Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized
Financial Disclosure Report: Not Required
Physical Requirements: The work is primarily sedentary in nature. No Special demands are required.
This position involves a multi-grade career ladder. The major duties listed below represent the full performance level of GS-13. At the GS-12 grade level, you will perform assignments of a more limited scope and with less independence. You will progressively acquire the background necessary to perform at the full performance level of GS-13. Promotion is at the discretion of the supervisor and is contingent upon satisfactory performance, availability of higher level work, and availability of funds. Promotion is not guaranteed and no promise of promotion is implied.
- Collect data, research data, analyze data, produce information, and disseminate information related to executive management and operation daily assignments.
- Conduct analytical studies to determine adherence to program policies relative to performance assessment requirements and controls. Document program inconsistencies and/or anomalies and prepare management reports and recommendations to resolve issues.
- Develop and identify data required for use in the management and direction of programs and analyze new or proposed legislation or regulations to determine impact on program operations and management.
- Participate in the development of life cycle cost analyses of projects or performing cost benefit or economic evaluations of current projected programs. This identified information could be used by the team member to create management and/or program evaluation plans, procedures, and methodology.
- Identify resources (staff, funding, equipment, or facilities) required to support varied levels of program operations. Present findings and recommendations on complex issues or problems impacting major programs.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel 10% of the time.
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