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    The incumbent wiil serve as a Program Analyst in the Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environment and Transportation Systems (CBET), Directorate for Engineering (ENG), National Science Foundation (NSF), in Alexandria, VA.

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    Program Analysts apply analytical techniques and information management skills to capture, assemble and disseminate data for assigned projects; conduct analyses; prepare, evaluate and coordinate activities; and provide advice to management in the following areas:

    Financial Resources Management

    • Identifies and advises supervisor of resources required to provide administrative support including funding, staff and equipment for assigned projects;
    • Administers assigned budget operations by performing continuous analysis of organizational use of allocated funds;
    • Identifies and advises Division management officials on financial matters;
    • Ensures financial management regulations are adhered to.

    Business Process management

    • Works with other team members or project specialists to restructure work processes, standardize procedures, and manage changes for the Division;
    • Evaluates the effectiveness of administrative procedures and the consistency of their contributions to the accomplishment of organizational and program goals and objectives;
    • Recommends changes to meet short and long-term strategic plans and objectives.

    Project Management

    • Plans, develop, coordinates, organizes, implements, communicates, and tracks project plans, guidelines, budgets, procedures and timetables;
    • Performs management studies to evaluate and measure the progress and success of projects and recommends ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of cross-directorate programs and activities;
    • Collects statistical data and narrative information from a variety of sources and applies analytical techniques to data management systems to identify patterns and trends;
    • Participates in management meetings on modifying or initiating programs or projects.


    • Financial Resources Management
    • Computer/IT skills
    • Business Process Management/Project Management
    • Analytical Skills
    • Oral/Written Communication
    • Teamwork/Collaboration

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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