Location: Arlington, Virginia
ENERGY PROGRAM ANALYST
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Minimum Clearance Required: Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: TS/SCI Eligible and Common Access Card (CAC)
CTC is seeking an Energy Program Analyst to support senior-level Department of Defense clients with a portfolio focused on installation energy requirements and issues. As an Energy Program Analyst, you will help our DoD clients develop and oversee DoD policy and guidance for military installations, and apply their expertise in DoD energy, infrastructure and resilience programs. The Energy Program Analyst will be involved in working with and understanding technical requirements, while also being able to communicate them to a broad audience. The selected candidate will participate in daily client interactions and provide advisory support to the Government Director, and ultimately senior-level officials.
- Providing direct support to government program managers for installation energy to meet OSD goals and requirements
- Participating in appropriate working groups to assess installation energy-related data and methodologies to use and share that data to improve energy-related decision-making
- Participating in conferences and forums to promote new energy policies
- Assisting in the development of energy metrics to measure and track progress against goals in the Department Energy Strategy.
- Supporting analytical, reporting, and coordination of tasks associated with broader Department energy policy, including relevant Congressional reports, alternative energy and fuels, energy resilience, doctrine, and international engagement and cooperation
- Preparing reports, briefings, point papers, reviews and oral presentations
- Assessing and understand current statutes, executive orders, and inter-agency policy related to installation energy, operational energy, and energy resilience
- Reviewing proposed and/or draft legislation, policies, and guidance related to installation energy, and develop supporting analyses, responses, appeals, and informal views.