Management Analyst

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  • Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
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CLOSES: July 18, 2024

The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) is currently seeking a full-time Management Analyst 009603381M to work in the Surety and Certification Division, Nuclear Technology and Integration Directorate (NT) at Kirtland Air Force Base near Albuquerque, New Mexico.

This position is a NH-0343-03 which has a typical 2024 salary range of $87,878- $135,851.

The primary purpose of this position is to serve is to serve as a Management / Program Analyst and advisor to upper management on the various effectiveness of organizational support projects and operations within the nuclear enterprise.  Performs as program planner and technical specialist in ICBM nuclear weapons systems and/or facilities with the responsibility for advising on, reviewing, analyzing, integrating, and certifying technology programs, nuclear weapon and nuclear weapon system related hardware, and software, and operational procedures pertaining to the life cycle management and stewardship of Air Force ICBM systems.

This Program Analyst position blends the expertise of management analysis with the precision of Nuclear Surety, Compatibility, and Certification. In this unique role, you'll have the opportunity to leverage your ICBM Experience while also honing your management analysis skills. If you're ready to bring your background to the table and embark on an exciting journey that merges specialty with analysis skills, we want to hear from you!
Candidates should have exceptionally strong teamwork, organizational, communication, qualitative, and quantitative skills. Candidate needs to be able to effectively communicate and collaborate with AFNWC Staff/Divisions/Directorates, field level users and their respective support agencies. This position is not eligible for remote work; situational telework only.
  • Performs in-depth, well-rounded, independent thought and analysis on nuclear surety, compatibility, and certification processes throughout the development and modification of the ICBM weapon system.
  • Prepares consolidated management reports, decisions, recommendations, and analysis submitted by review teams, groups, and or specialists in the assurance of the policies, procedures, and processes.
  • Provides recommendations to senior management officials and procedures that will be implemented across the organization in a variety of areas: provide analysis and studies to ensure adequate facilities, equipment, technical data, and processes are in place to support organization's mission requirements in a cost effective, safe, and timely manner to support management directives.
  • Reviews strategic and programming documents to assess impact and determine effects and limitations.
  • Incumbent will establish, develop, and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management, functional staff offices, and organizational counterparts at various levels in response to special project directions, funding issues, policy changes, and the impact of these changes.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to justify, defend, present, and/or advise on processes/actions and maintains good working relationships. 
  • Knowledge of Nuclear Surety, Compatibility, Certification, ICBM weapon system interfaces, weapon system support activities (logistics, inventory, production, program management, and engineering).
  • Ability to work effectively with stakeholders and assess information to provide information, expertise, and assistance to satisfy requirements.
  • Ability to refine existing work methods and techniques to conduct analysis of specific issues or resolve of problems. Ability to gather, plan, organize and direct their own work and develop alternatives, and make recommendations to resolve problems.
  • Required to obtain and maintain a Top-Secret security clearance.
  • Work may occasionally require travel away from the normal duty station on military or commercial aircraft.
When applying at the link below, please use Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. Click the apply button to complete an application and upload resume (PDF or Word Doc) and/or additional documents (Transcripts, certifications, Vet Docs (DD214), SF-50).
Apply at by July 18, 2024

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