Program Analyst - PMP

  • Washington, DC
  • Full Time
  • Mid Level

Position Overview

We are seeking a Program Analyst to support a client engagement working with the Department of the Interior (DOI) in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). The candidate will collaborate with HR, Acquisition, and Asset Management personnel to create business process maps and SOPs. Background experience with the Department of Interior, business process mapping, and CIO support are strongly preferred.

 

Qualifications and Experience:

  • PMP certification required with strong Project Management experience
  • Department of the Interior (DOI) experience preferred
  • In-depth knowledge, expertise and proven experience in process analysis, creation, and documentation required
  • Experience creating, analyzing, and presenting process maps and standard operating procedures (SOPs) for areas of business including HR, Acquisition, and Asset Management
  • Strong collaboration skills – ability to work extensively with others
  • Experience with Business Process Management Software, standard Microsoft Office products, Google apps
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Experience with Lean principles a plus

Job Description Requirements: The candidate shall provide support to the client, to include:

  • Develop and analyze processes for the OCIO Business Operations Division
  • Collaborate with HR, Acquisition and Asset Management personnel to create process maps
  • Develop and manage project plans to create deliverables in conjunction with DOI Staff
  • Create and deliver high level reports and processes to executive level management
  • Provide program operations support to the Office of the Chief Information Officer
  • Support the development of presentations and documentation to be delivered to leadership and external stakeholders

Position Particulars

  • Location: Washington, DC or Reston, VA
  • Job Type: Full-time, Contract 
  • Salary: Based on experience
  • Certification: Project Management Professional (PMP), required
  • Clearance: Ability to obtain suitability determination to work with US Government
  • Compensation: $75,000 - $90,000 based on experience

About Censeo

Censeo Consulting Group is a top management consulting firm with an award-winning culture. We work to change how the public sector operates, taking a personalized approach to solve our clients’ most complex problems and build operational excellence that transforms their organization. Censeo’s seasoned team is backed by years of experience navigating the intricate landscapes of the government and nonprofit sector. We have a unique, data-driven approach that delivers real change and sustainable results to our clients.

Censeo is rapidly growing and has been recognized for our unique approach, culture, and values:

2019 Ivy Exec Top 50 Consulting Firms

2018 Consulting Magazine Best Small Firms to Work For 

2018 Ivy Exec #9 Top Consulting Firms for Culture

2017 Vault #12 Best Boutique Consulting Firm

2016 Forbes Best Management Consulting Firms in America

2015 Washington Business Journal’s Philanthropy List


One of the key areas in which we differentiate ourselves is through our innovative, flexible consulting model. Members of the Censeo team not only get the chance to be part of a dynamic culture, work with amazing people, and drive exciting results for our clients … they do so without the traditional consulting lifestyle of heavy travel and long hours!

Censeo is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law.

 

 

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