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.
Program Analyst V

BryceTech is looking for an Program Analyst V to join our team in Frederick, MD to support our federal government customer! This position will be supporting a DoD client with a variety of needs including acquisition, program management, technology assessment, demonstration support, and testing and evaluation.

Responsibilities

  • The candidate shall possess the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, among a variety of audiences.
  • The candidate shall tailor all DoDI 5000.02 documentation requirements for each applicable program and strategy, developing the documentation IAW the latest regulatory, statutory, and organizational policies.
  • The candidate shall prepare, staff, and present (when necessary) recurring (i.e., daily, monthly, annual) reports and briefings in support of milestone decisions and both internal and external program reviews.
  • The candidate shall participate actively on multiple IPTs, providing the acquisition subject matter expertise needed to fulfill the critical planning and execution requirements that contribute to program success.
  • The candidate shall communicate programmatic issues, concerns, and information.
  • The candidate shall formulate top-level acquisition strategy and program structure that addresses requirements in accordance with JCIDS, PPBE and compliant with the DoD 5000 series.
  • The candidate shall perform integrated risk assessments and risk analyses regarding cost, schedule and performance of assigned programs in accordance with the DoD Risk Management Guide. 
  • The candidate shall research, interpret, analyze, advice on, assist with, and apply the rules, regulations, and procedures found in the DoD Instruction (DODI) 5000.02, other DoD acquisition policies, and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations applicable to biopharmaceutical advanced development.
  • The candidate shall serve as a liaison among members of the Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP) Enterprise (i.e., JPEO-CBD; Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO), Joint Requirements Office (JRO); and Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office (PAIO)).The candidate shall advise and assist the Program Manager (PM) in all aspects of program management (e.g., analysis of candidate schedules and technical proposals, development of programmatic briefings, award fee board execution, requirements traceability analysis, etc.
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  • The candidate shall possess a mastery equivalent to the information obtained in Defense Acquisition University (DAU) course PMT 352B of the Department of Defense (DoD) 5000 process for acquisition systems. In addition, the candidate shall possess demonstrated experience applying this process to the development of Department of Defense acquisition strategies and management of advanced development programs. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.
  • Preferred: Possess an ability to apply the DoDI 5000.02 process to the development of medical products and systems is desired.
  • Preferred: DAWIA Level III in Program Management. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.
  • The candidate shall possess the expert knowledge required to integrate the JCIDS, PPBE, and DoDI 5000.02 processes.
  • The candidate shall possess twenty (20) years of experience working in a Government program management or executive office, specifically applying DoDI 5000.02 tenets in the areas of program management (e.g., acquisition documentation development, risk management, integration of DoDI 5000.02 with the PPBE system and JCIDS, etc.).

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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