We are seeking an experienced Earned Value Management Specialist to support the Maryland Procurement Office (MPO) customer. This position will focus on EVM for Multiple Defense Acquisition Programs.

This role resides in our SETA Division and reports to our Vice President of Program Communications. This position is on site at Fort Meade with no travel requirement.

 SIXGEN supports cyber and intelligence missions by serving government and commercial organizations as they overcome global cybersecurity challenges. Our highly skilled operators conduct research and assessments based on real-world threats. We simulate adversaries and malicious actors to report details and actionable findings on critical assets and infrastructures. Our program planners advise mission owners to bring rapid solutions to intelligence mission leaders. Using innovative processes, tools, and techniques, we predict and overcome cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Our successes are supported by our diverse team of experienced, technical talent. SIXGEN, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Veterans/Disabled Employer.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate the quality of EVM data submittals and perform data analysis, trend analysis, and develop government Estimates at Completion.
  • Facilitate, conduct, and document Program Status Reviews (PSR) and Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs).
  • Develop and provide training associated with IBRs and other EVM activities.
  • Evaluate the quality and thoroughness of EVM data analysis conducted by other organizations and provide the evaluation to the Program Office. 
  • Conduct EVM system (EVMS) reviews to assess a contractor's compliance with standards.
  • Participate in EVMS joint surveillance reviews or other EVMS surveillance activities to assess the contractor's continued compliance with standards.
  • Respond to requests for EVM contributions from government program and other offices, to include training, data analysis, and independent cost and schedule forecasts.
  • Conduct comprehensive Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) analysis using automated tools and investigative techniques that result in a government position on the reasonableness of contractor provided IMS inputs.
  • Respond to government program office needs for the design of EVM Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) items to be used in a Request for Proposal (RFP). 
  • Review EVM requirements in relation to source selection activities. 
  • Evaluate the use of EVM tools. 
  • Provide direction regarding the strategic planning and implementation of EVM systems and tools as well as innovative ways to conduct EVM and/or project control management leveraging EVM principals and concepts.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • BS/BA and 18 semester hours in quantitative analysis courses or nine (9) semester hours in quantitative analysis and nine (9) semester hours in business and accounting.
  • Minimum of six (6) years of professional experience in Earned Valune Management analysis and cost performance report analysis. At least three (3) of the six (6) years shall be in DoD and/or IC acquisition earned value management experience.

Additional Details

  • Job Location: On Site – Fort Meade
  • Clearance Requirement: TS/SCI/FSP (CI may be considered)
  • Travel: None outside local area; local travel very minimal

Compensation & Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Employer-paid health insurance premiums (medical, dental, vision)
  • Employer-paid short/long term disability insurance and basic life/AD&D insurance
  • 401K with a 4% employer contribution
  • Professional development reimbursement options available (training, certification, education, etc)​
  • Flexible and remote work policies for most positions
  • Paid Time Off (PTO) at a rate of three (3) weeks plus one (1) day per year of service up to four (4) weeks annually
  • 11 paid holidays per calendar year​

We are committed to fostering an inclusive culture that values diversity in our people, reflecting the communities we serve and our customer base. We strive to attract and retain a diverse talent pool and create an environment where everyone is empowered to be their authentic selves at work.

SIXGEN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We ensure that all applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, marital status, ancestry, projected veteran status, or any other protected group or class.

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