Job Responsibilities:

Provides program, project, or institutional budget performance measurement products including Institutional Business Forecast (IBF), Cost Phasing, Program Planning, Budgeting & Execution (PPBE), and 533 analysis. Conducts financial analysis and reporting of budget performance, current status to plans, and forecasts impact to project, program, proposal, and/or institutional requirements. Provides assessment of budget health and reporting/tracking requirements to ensure project, program or institution is meeting requirements. Analyzes and reports funding status, burn rates and anticipated exhaustion of funds (AEF). Analyzes and reports productivity and trends and forecasts the impact of changes and performance. Develops and tracks Estimation to Completion (ETC). Provides inputs to business plans, planning guidelines, reviews, and ad hoc requests.


• Build Integrated Master Schedule (IMS), maintain, analyze, and report schedule concerns, associated metrics, and schedule products

• Assess and validate the schedule/cost baseline integrity to ensure that it is effective, accurate, and executable

• Identify and communicate anomalies in the schedule data, analyze horizontal logic and critical path traceability

• Work closely with the Project Resource Analyst (PRA) team to implement and verify cost and schedule integration plan

• Maintain detailed network schedules in Microsoft Project Server including the extraction and analysis (DCMA 14-Point Assessment) of various schedule-related data required for monthly/quarterly reporting

• Support monthly change control board meetings and incorporate approved liens (Baseline Change Requests) into the project baseline or estimate at complete (EAC)

• Assist in the production and present high-level summary schedule reports to key engineering partners.

• Conduct and report “what-if” scenarios that can be easily understood by technical leadership-Generate Quantifiable Back-up Data (QBD) planning and also manage the progress for Earned Value (EV) reporting

• Use technical knowledge about a project to derive schedule risks and potential negative impacts/opportunities to the project schedule

• Work with Lead Scheduler on integrating schedule impact artifacts into schedule presentation package and be able to identify and/or present major takeaways from any set of PSA analysis presentation charts

• Works on critical, often self-initiated, ad-hoc assignments and projects with minimal direction

Required Skills:

• Typically requires a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 6 years of related experience; Master's degree with 4 years of related experience; or a PhD with 2 years of related experience

• Utilizes knowledge, understanding, and application of project planning and control principles and standards, including cost estimation, budgeting, and scheduling; performance measurements, including earned value, as required for the planning and implementation of complex projects

• Able to interface effectively with program/project management, technical organizations, industry partners, and bypass centers

• Resourceful and self-motivated with excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Strong user of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)

• Experienced user of Microsoft Project Professional

Desired Skills:

• Previous experience in a project team environment with project reporting, integrated cost/schedule planning, Earned Value Management (EVM), and various performance measurement techniques

• Experience with cost-schedule baseline change control processes

• Experienced user of Milestones Pro, STATs Health Check