BryceTech has partnered with technology and R&D clients to deliver mission and business success for nearly 20 years. Bryce combines core competencies in analytics and engineering with domain expertise. Our teams help government agencies, Fortune 500 firms, and investors manage complex programs, develop IT tools, and forecast critical outcomes. We offer clients proprietary, research-based models that enable evidence-based decision-making. Bryce cultivates a culture of engagement and partnership with our clients. BryceTech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Space Technology Senior Policy Analyst 

BryceTech is seeking a senior analyst to join our team who can deliver policy improvements to government space technology research and development (R&D) and demonstration programs. The position specifically supports NASA’s Small Spacecraft Technology (SST) and Flight Opportunities (FO) Programs within the Agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD). Work will support NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC, but may be performed remotely. Regardless of primary workstation, occasional travel may be required for this position. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.

  • Working with the SST/FO Program Executive and other program personnel:
  • Provide recommendations to tailor NASA R&D program and project management requirements to reduce time to flight with an appropriate risk profile
  • Coordinate with Senior NASA personnel at Centers and Headquarters to build consensus on tailored requirements
  • Systematically identify, recommend, and execute improvements to program policies and processes. Areas for improvement may include, but are not limited to:
    • Technology project acquisition
    • Program and project performance management
    • Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility
  • Design and conduct pilot studies/impact evaluations, as needed
  • Document program processes and policies
  • Support strategy, management, and integration operations
  • Space flight project or program management experience (required)
  • Experience with risk-tolerant or iterative approaches to space technology R&D and demonstration (required)
  • Familiarity with common SST mission elements, such as spectrum licensing, orbital debris assessments, and launch safety documentation (preferred)
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher (required)
  • 15 years relevant work experience
  • U.S. Citizen (required)

BryceTech offers a full range of benefits, including competitive salary, a comprehensive health plan including dental and vision coverage, company-paid life & disability insurance policies, 401(k) plan with company match, and an educational reimbursement program.

In September 2021, the US government issued new federal vaccine guidance that certain government contractors must adhere to. BryceTech is a covered federal contractor and so, based on this guidance, our US-based employees are required to be vaccinated, and show proof of vaccination, by Dec. 8, 2021. What does this mean for you as a potential candidate? It means that if you were to join BryceTech, you would need to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8, 2021, or by your hire date (whichever is later) to be eligible to start in the role. As a condition of employment, you would need to submit official COVID-19 vaccine documentation. BryceTech will consider and review reasonable accommodation requests based on medical or religious grounds for qualified candidates. Please consider this new requirement when applying to BryceTech.

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