Team CATHEXIS elevates the government contracting experience through rapid response, deep skill, and thoughtful problem-solving and communication. Our core capabilities are our top-tier program and project management, data analytics, and audit services, the backbone of which is our integrated approach to operational excellence. 

You worked hard to get to where you are. You strive to make every day better than the day before. So do we. Team CATHEXIS operates with an all-in mindset. We are working together to create a company that supports our shared values and individual goals. Our values are centered around Respect, Integrity, Teamwork, and Excellence in everything we do for our employees, clients, partners, and communities. We believe success is best when we listen and lead with empathy; model high standards of ethics to provide a rewarding candidate experience; work hard, have fun, and appreciate the strengths we all bring to the team; and empower our employees to create innovative and trusted results. 

We are looking for a dynamic Junior Management/Program Analyst to join our team in Washington, D.C.!  The Junior Management/Program Analyst will will support the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) and Office of Transition and Economic Development (OTED) Program Management Office (PMO), Management and Oversight support and Curriculum Development and Revision tasks. The TAP contract supports over 250,000 Servicemembers that leave military service and return to life as civilians. The TAP, is an overarching program implemented by each of the military services (U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Coast Guard) in order to provide transition assistance, information, training, counseling, and services to eligible service members in order for them to be career ready upon separation, retirement, or release from active duty, thus enabling them to pursue additional education, seek or return to employment in the public or private sector, start their own business, pursue vocational training, or other activities that meets the need of that service member and their family. The Junior Management/Program Analyst will provide assessment of various aspects of the program, track performance and drive improvements in coordination with senior members of the team.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Sr. Mgmt/Program Analyst to conduct an assessment of the TAP operations contract under the oversight of OTED management, using the checklist and scoring mechanisms
  • Conduct quality interview with Benefit Advisors using Government approved questions. Questions shall verify the BA knowledge base to ensure that the Transitioning Service Member and/or Veteran is receiving accurate information
  • Support any government assessment administrative functions necessary to ensure contractor and government assessments are integrated, standardized and reported to a central TAP contract oversight repository that the contractor will develop for the government
  • Perform tasks requiring delivery of analysis and advice for management regarding the evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of large scale programs and operations.
  • Conduct organization studies that specifically assess and analyze current organization states and management systems; performing gap analyses of differences between current and targeted states; documenting and delivering findings and recommendations; and conducting surveys, focus groups, and other accepted techniques for data collection in support of organization studies that specifically assess and analyze current organization states and management systems.
  • Perform tasks requiring program planning, audits, and evaluations related to large scale programs.
  • Support program analysis, strategic planning, integrated master scheduling, event planning, Congressional Affairs, metrics, Financial Management Systems, and risk management.
  • Perform tasks related to policy and regulation analysis and development related to a government agency.
  • Conduct analysis of specific issues, identification of alternatives, white paper development, development of policy review papers, development of policy directives and handbooks, and other analytical tasks focused on VA policy that is ultimately approved by Government employees.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience
  • TAP experience a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Visio, and SharePoint
  • Able to obtain a minimum of NACI (National Agency Check with Inquiries) for a Veterans Affairs Public Trust Clearance

Skills:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Team player who is a flexible, self-starter with strong attention to detail
  • Attends to details in deliverable production, customer interaction and action tracking
  • Strong facilitation skills and experience with client facilitation (staff through leadership level)
  • Can consult with others in an effective and polite manor
  • Assumes ownership and responsibility for assigned actions and/or tasks
  • Sets priorities and recognizes when re-prioritization is needed based on project and client needs
  • Can effectively organize information
  • Strong interest in gathering and analyzing data
  • Possess the ability to synthesize information
  • Government contracting experience
  • Highly desired: DoD and VA experience as a contractor or otherwise 
  • Highly desired: Former military experience

 

CATHEXIS is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability EEO IS THE LAW. The Company invites any applicant and/or employee to review the Company’s written Affirmative Action Plan. This plan is available for inspection upon request by contacting info@cathexiscorp.com . If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact the Recruiting Department RecruitingTeam@cathexiscorp.com

 

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