Program Process Analyst
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Ricardo Defense has an immediate need for an experienced Program Process Analyst to join our growing team supporting our government customer. This Program Process Analyst will serve as a co-located matrix support member to our DoD customer located in Warren, MI. This Program Process Analyst is a full-time position working Monday through Friday.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Tie Audit/Audit Readiness Responsibilities into Army Material Command (AMC) Line of Effort (LOE)s.
- Responsible for dissemination of new policies that are the result of audit support Corrective Actions Plans (CAPs).
- Evaluate and document organizations internal business processes and controls and provide identification of system deficiencies and best practice initiatives.
- Coordinating with necessary personnel and organizations needed to compile all requested sample documentation and ensure their accuracy. Required to work with the TACOM Internal Audit Point of Contact (POC) to submit completed audit packages and verify all standards and deadlines are met.
- Ensure and support Case Managers with methods and practices to maintain official case records in a single repository. Additionally, assure the accessibility of retired files, source documents, invoices, bills of lading, other proof of shipments, and other applicable documents that provide the audit trail to account for United States Government (USG) and purchaser funds per newly implemented audit requirements.
- Ensure and support an auditable methodology, tracking, reporting, management, and reconciliation methods and practices are established and maintained to document travel, labor and all other associated costs for work each individual performs on a Technical Assistance Line, or a Program Management Services Line.
- Use audit business process standardization and corrective action plans to support supply availability and installation/equipment readiness with agile and resilient information systems that enable readiness.
- Support Quality Review Board as an active participant assuring audit principals and methodologies are applied prior to case implementation.
- Support internal stakeholders with processing Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) initiatives.
- Use audit initiatives and best practices learned to increase the Command’s ability to perform data analytics, update management, and provide information that support current and evolving Army readiness.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in an applicable field of study.
- a minimum of ten years of relevant experience.
- Ability to interact remotely and independently with other Government agencies in a distributed, multi-site fashion with multiple defense contractors.
- Candidate must posses excellent communication skills (oral and written) to successfully prepare and conduct briefings to leadership and stakeholders.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a Common Access Card and Government Security Clearance is required.
Ricardo Defense offers an impressive compensation and benefits package including:
- Medical, Dental & Vision Benefits
- Company Paid Life and AD&D
- Company Paid Short Term and Long-Term Disability
- Flexible Spending & HSA Accounts
- 401k with Company Match
- Paid holidays, vacation and sick days
Ricardo Defense is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ricardo Inc. established as a separate limited liability company in 2015 and structured under a Defense Security Service ‘Special Security Agreement’. Ricardo Defense provides engineering, technology, product innovation, sustainment, and field support services for our customers in the defense industry. We are committed to providing outstanding value through quality engineering solutions focused on class-leading product innovation and robust strategic implementation. We are guided by our corporate values of respect, integrity, creativity & innovation and passion. Ricardo, Inc. is the US subsidiary of Ricardo plc. For more information, visit www.ricardo.com.
Ricardo Defense is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity or gender expression), age, mental or physical disability, creed, ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, medical condition, genetic trait or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.