26 May 2023
Full-Time Remote* Program Analyst – Konark
The Program Analyst is responsible for overseeing and managing complicated Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program efforts; accomplishing comprehensive client work goals; acting as a liaison with clients; coordinating operations; negotiating duties and addressing difficulties.
Job Title : Remote* Program Analyst
Location : Konark, Odisha, India
Salary : $ 55.99 per hour.
Company : Sesame Workshop
Job Type : Full-Time
- Maintain a close eye on political developments, terrorist threats, security sector dynamics, human rights conditions, and administrative management difficulties that might affect ability to conduct counter terrorism assistance and/or capacity building initiatives.
- Extensive knowledge of a variety of evaluative and analytic methodologies and procedures that allowed them to adapt and develop new approaches to examining specific results and assessing progress and achievements.
- Long-term research projects requiring a significant investment of time and resources may be carried out using a wide variety of management and organizational strategies and processes, including ways for budgeting.
- help the IT business management office on a daily basis, including the development of client briefings, reports, and other business-related papers that incorporate sophisticated financial data from different programs and projects.
- Following an evaluation of present practices, documentation of particular activities, processes, and procedures should be provided as how-to/Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documentation.
- Assess the structure of the organization, management policies, practices, and processes; as well as administrative operations, processes, and mechanisms, using qualitative and quantitative methodologies and procedures.
- Be aware of legislative and policy developments that may have an influence on the government’s attitude and response to pertinent issues in the nation or region.
- To identify areas where further guidance is needed, do a review and assessment of current management and program policies and procedures.
- By conducting in-depth interviews and on-the-ground inspections, you can determine if a certain country is politically safe while simultaneously keeping an eye out for prospective risks.
- Recommend changes that will work well for programs that work with the country in question directly or indirectly through third parties or multilateral organizations.
- A comprehensive understanding of how to design complicated projects and programs that are critical to the firm. Project and program objectives, goals, and deadlines are all included in this.
- Foreign policy and intelligence departments must be able to communicate effectively at all levels.
- keep an eye on the legality of all new hires If the new employee wants to keep their job, they must fix any problems that the system reveals. This is required under federal law.
- awareness of how a particular topic, initiative or development affects policy within the confines of one’s own geographic or functional speciality.
- Experience working in a PMO or BMO for at least two years is required (e.g. financial management, schedule management, risk management, communications management)