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Production Control Earned Value Analyst - Sterling Heights, MI

Job Description:

The Production Control Earned Value Analyst.

Sterling Heights Mi.

 Responsible for analyzing production (Supply Chain/Manufacturing Operations), material planning, inventory control, distribution, cost analysis, finance, and/or a variety of other business and technical problems to support effective integrated program management in a production based earned value management environment. Responsible for formulating and develop new or modified solutions to business issues to support the program while maintaining compliancy to government regulations and standards. Oversee the work, resources, and dollars using program controls tools drawing from advanced understanding of program management methodology, program control principles, and hands-on experience with planning and cost processing software. Interface with other Program Controls Specialists in the development of templates, serving as a planning and cost processing tool expert, and advising program managers and CAMS on the trends and progress of their plans and schedules. Responsible for the preparation and analysis of monthly trend and Earned Value (EV) performance reports (IPMR), processing updates to the Estimate to Complete (EAC) and implementing baseline revisions. Respect, understand and value individual differences that embody the principles of diversity. Abide by all environmental, safety, and health regulations.

Skills Required •Analyzes production, inventory control, material planning, cost analysis, and/or a variety of other business and technical problems to contribute to the development of new or modified processes affecting the manufacturing operations function. •Understanding of Program Controls/ Program Management processes, as applied on developmental engineering and production programs, including but not limited to risk management, financial management, work breakdown structures, change management, cost estimating, configuration management and system surveillance, operations, and procurement. •Experience with Earned Value Management concepts and processes. •Experience in EVMS Joint Surveillance Audits, System Surveillance Reviews •Experience with Integrated Baseline Reviews •Demonstrated ability to support the development of resource loaded schedules, including but not limited to schedule stat using, reporting, variance analysis, and change control. •Experience with Cobra Data Integration Tools, or equivalent (MPM or Cost Manager). •Experience with insight/APEX Reporting Tools •Experience with Manufacturing Requirements Planning Systems (MRP) •Strong understanding and use of Excel and Share Point Familiarity with Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations, ANSI-748-D, EVMIG, and NDIA Intent Guides. Skills Preferred Familiarity with Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations, ANSI-748-D, EVMIG, and NDIA Intent Guides. •Experience working in a matrixed environment and experience interfacing with high-level internal and external government leadership. •Demonstrated ability to support program managers and their control account managers with the use and maintenance of program controls systems and outputs. •Ability to work independently and meet deadlines, including working in a semi-structured environment with the skill to develop and implement new processes and procedures. •Ability to effectively communicate and work with both technical and non-technical staff. •Program Controls/Program Management certification(s) are desirable. •Ability and willingness to work additional hours beyond the normal work day when required to meet deadlines. •Ability to legally operate cars and light trucks. •Ability to travel domestically and internationally by commercial air carrier. 

Experience Required 2-3 years’ Experience Preferred Education Required Bachelor Degree in a relevant discipline and 2-3 years of Program Controls/ Program Management experience; or a Master degree and 0 years of experience.

 

Job ID:
361741

Dept ID:
10547

Location:
Sterling Heights, MI
United States of America

Industry:
Information Technology / IT - Database

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
322

Posted Date:4/1/2019

Domain:arna

Contact: john.freburger@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Production Control Earned Value Analyst

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 361741

Posted Date: 4/1/2019

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