The WSRI Project Analyst is reponsible for supporting the entire project team to complete the project within its planned scope, schedule and budget, while serving as liaison for the project's technical, functional and non-functional teams. Working with the Project Manager, the Project Analyst will perform, analyze and provide project analysis and support to the project team.
Bachelor's degree in business, finance or a related field with two (2) years of prior experience in a management, project management or analytical role – OR – six (6) years of equivalent finance, project management or analytical role.
Ability to obtain a Security Clearance.
Highly skilled in Microsoft Excel; working knowledge of Microsoft Project or other similar commercial product. Hands on experience with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, or other equivalent financial system.
Certification for project management.
Two or more years' of experience supporting project teams in a government contracting environment.
Degree in Accounting or Finance.
Experience with MS Project Server.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
90% Project support and cohesion:
Creating, managing, and distributing reports related to the project
Maintaining communications and related databases
Reviewing and reporting the projects budget and finances
Routinely performing complete or component analysis
Own project related activity within the ERP
Notifying the project team about abnormalities or variances
Special contract terms and conditions of employment will apply. Length of contract is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding.
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