Program Scheduler – Van Nuys, CA

Altimeter Solutions
    Published
    March 24, 2021
    Location
    Van Nuys, CA
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    Job Description:

    The kind of experience we need for a Program Scheduler is typically gained by supporting a large Government contract. One where EVMS is required based on the IPMR DI-MGMT-81861A

    • Understand key scheduling terms, practices, and processes based on the NDIA PASEG and 32 guidelines
    • Understand and implement sound EVM processes into the schedule management process
    • Can bring a group of stakeholders together and create a baseline plan.
    • Assess schedule health using metrics and/or other indicators to drive IMS improvements - DCMA 14Pt assessment or DECM
    • Assure horizontal and vertical integration of the schedule (Alignment to the SOW and other authorizing docs-Vert/Logically Linked – Horizontally)
    • Maintain a controlled IMS baseline and forecast (Understands importance of a Change Control Process)
    • Produces schedule data that is consistent and accurate
    • Support the program team and those responsible/accountable for execution of the schedule, status and live and virtual team meeting management.
    • Understand how to use Critical Path/Float analyses to optimize program resources and implement mitigation strategies through what-if modeling
    • Aggressively drive a sense of ownership and accountability for schedule data and supporting processes

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Mathematics, Finance, Engineering, or a related field. In lieu of a degree, equivalent experience may be accepted.
    • Must have Government experience
    • Proficient MS Project, Excel, PowerPoint Earned Value
    • Understand key scheduling terms, practices, and processes based on the NDIA PASEG and 32 guidelines
    • Understand and implement sound EVM processes into the schedule management process
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