Policy and Business Analyst

Location: Springfield, VA

Department: Defense/Intelligence

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Company Overview
Big Sky is seeking a Policy and Business Analyst with an active TS/SCI clearance to serve a Federal Intelligence client. We’re looking for self-motivated, results-oriented professionals who thrive in a high-risk, high-reward environment.

Big Sky is the right place for you if:
-You are a problem solver. You never give up and like to find creative solutions to tough problems.
-You know how to communicate with clients and team members to clearly articulate key points.
-You can work effectively as part of a team and your number one goal is to make your team successful.
-You are able to analyze complex data and draw insightful conclusions.
-You demand excellent results from your own work as well as your team’s.
-You are an expert at juggling multiple priorities and managing your time to achieve maximum results.

Job Mission:
Support our client’s strategic efforts to achieve efficient and high quality team operations. This position requires knowledge of and experience with project planning and management, facilitation of cross-functional working groups, and team leadership. The Planning, Policy and Business Analyst must have an understanding of how to develop and present briefing materials to senior leaders and preferably have experience with DoD and Intelligence Community policy and policy development processes..

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Deliver high-quality products to clients on or before deadlines
  • Provide outstanding support to executive-level clients, including managing specific project tasks.
  • Support project manager in managing and communicating costs, risks, status and timelines of the project
  • Successfully build and manage relationships with clients, key stakeholders, and project team
  • Initiate new ideas for account growth and support business development activities internally

Basic Qualifications:

  • Must possess active TS/SCI clearance
  • Experience being a part of and leading teams
  • Project planning and management skills
  • Facilitation skills, ability to give briefings and lead meetings
  • Comfortable developing and presenting information/data to senior leadership

Additional Qualifications:

  • Process improvement and/or Lean Six Sigma experience preferred
  • Data analysis skills preferred
  • Knowledge of Department of Defense and Intelligence Community policy and policy development a plus
  • Experience in geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) a plus

Our Values: Everything we do at Big Sky is dictated by our values. We take them very seriously, and we're proud of this unwavering commitment.

  • Intellectual Curiosity: We will always be professional problem solvers and learners.
  • Results!: Our success is defined by the results we deliver.
  • Fun in Everything We Do: We spend most of our time working, and we ought to have a good time doing it.
  • Relationships Matter: Our relationships with each other and with our clients are the basis of trust by which we’ll succeed in business and in life.
  • Value Focus: We believe in providing a measurable return to everyone we touch including clients, shareholders, and employees.

Big Sky is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

 

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