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Military Operations Analyst (SEAD/UTAG)
Req Code10-206
Job TypeMilitary Operations Analyst
LocationAlexandria, VA
The Undersea Technology Assessment Group within SPA provides expert support of the U.S. Navy Undersea Warfare community through quantitative and qualitative analysis informing development of military requirements, operating concepts and major acquisition decisions. SPA plays a key role in facilitating transition of advanced technologies for delivering warfighting capabilities to the Fleet.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering with 8-10 years of S&T/R&D experience.  
• Master’s Degree in Engineering with at least 5 years of Science and Technology & Research and Development  may be substituted.
• 3+ years in undersea technology.   
• Passion for helping the government solve technology transition challenges.  
• Strong written and oral communication skills.   
• Must have the ability to multi-task and be capable of quickly resolving client questions and issues.
• Experience with submarine hull, mechanical and electrical systems (HM&E) is desired.
• Experience in supporting Office of Naval Research Transition Programs such as Future Naval Capability (FNC) projects, Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR), Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) and others is desired.
• Knowledge and experience in the Temporary Alteration (TEMPALT) process is desired.
• Experience in program management support, technology assessment, investment prioritization, and tradeoff analysis is desired.
• Active DoD security clearance.  

Job Description:
Support the Navy’s Undersea Technology community in the development and transition of technologies needed for delivering advanced capabilities for undersea warfare. Specific roles and functions include assessment of the military potential in technologies undergoing S&T development, identifying S&T efforts needed for enabling advanced undersea capabilities. Provide advice to the government on transition strategies, develop transition plans including sequenced technology development efforts, exit criteria and funding needs. Develop plans for demonstrating technologies on in-service submarines. Draft technology transition agreements, memoranda of understanding (MOU) and memoranda of agreement (MOA) and facilitate coordination. Develop white papers and presentations for articulating program value, development and transition strategies to senior officials.

Candidates must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Successful candidates will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. citizenship required.

Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
2001 North Beauregard Street
Alexandria, VA 22311-1739
FAX: 703-399-7350
SPA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans)

In addition to professionally rewarding challenges, SPA employees also enjoy an excellent benefits package that includes insurance, leave, parking, and more, plus a generous qualified 401(k) plan.