Supervisory Management and Program Analyst

This position is closed.

Agency:

Occupation:

  • Developing formal analyses, reports, or similar documents to aid in decision-making.
  • Monitoring or developing performance measurements/metrics to evaluate effectiveness of operations and/or assist in program administration.
  • Presenting analytical results, related implications, and recommended actions to internal and/or external stakeholders based on goals and findings.
  • Recommending solutions showing innovation, business sense and understanding of an organization's mission.
  • Monitoring progress in achieving goals and objectives of the agency's strategic plan.
  • Reporting on the status of the strategic plan implementation to Congress, the public and agency employees.
  • Collaborating with program managers to define change management strategies.
  • Analyzing the effects, implications, properties, and/or resources (e.g., cost, time) of strategic initiatives on agency mission, goals, and constituents.
  • Recommending strategies for incorporating requirements into systems or business processes that have agency-wide or organization-wide implications.
  • Reviewing new or proposed directives to ensure compliance with existing policies.
  • Managing projects or programs relating to the administration of policy, procedures and programs.
  • Using business data to analyze problems and choose between multiple possible solutions.
  • Drafting and developing complex proposed policies or procedures.
  • Delegating work assignments based on priorities and staff capabilities.
  • Monitoring work of others to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Assigning and reviewing work of others to ensure compliance with regulations, policies or procedures.
  • Representing the organization's point of view to an outside organization, external agencies or interdepartmental officials, particularly when the point of view expressed is controversial or likely to be met with opposition.
  • Relaying complex instructions, decisions or assignments from organizational leaders to staff.
  • Providing consultation and advice to senior management and/or leadership and experts of an organization.
  • Facilitating communications between organizational leadership and outside groups (e.g., customers, other organizations, government.)
  • Representing an institution or organizational leaders to interagency committees and organizations.
  • Conducting briefings and presentations to external groups on programs/policies and handling question and answer period.
  • Presenting technical studies and reports to interested parties
  • Writing material that is of a policy/decision masking nature.