Program Cost Scheduler & Control Analyst 3
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Sets up cost control system, monitors and controls costs and schedules on contracts requiring validated cost schedule control system. Performs analyses and prepares reports in order to ensure that contracts are within negotiated and agreed-upon parameters and government cost control guidelines. Prepares budgets and schedules for contract work and performs and/or assists in financial analyses such as funding profiles, sales outlook, and variance analysis. Performs economic research and studies subjects such as rates of return, depreciation, working capital, investments, and financial and expense comparisons by analysis of profit and loss statements and income statements. Performs schedule risk assessments to identify and mitigate program cost and scheduling risks. Ensures adequate funding availability by maintaining accurate records of expenditures, directing preparation of expenditure projections, and submitting timely requests for additional funding to the government. Incorporates contractual changes into control systems by staying aware of outstanding work against each contract in order to maintain realistic contract cost and schedule baselines.
- 6 Years with Bachelors; 4 Years with Masters. In lieu of formal education, 10 years of applied experience may be considered.
- Must have working knowledge of EVMS.
- Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office programs, with extensive experience in Microsoft Excel and Project.
- Knowledge and Experience in SAP.
- Must be able to obtain and hold a special access program clearance.
- EVMS certification
- PMI Scheduling Certification
- Experience with Maximo, macro creation, and database
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