1+ months

Program Risk Analyst

Kittery, Maine 03904
  • Job Type
    Employee
  • Job Status
    Full Time

Bristol Infrastructure Designs Services, LLC is seeking a qualified Program/Project Risk Analyst to help support the Navy Mission at the Portsmouth Navy Shipyard in Kittery, ME. The incumbent will identify, analyze, track, record and provide guidance with respect to actions to manage and/or mitigate risks. The Program Risk Analyst will produce professional quality, well edited, and technically accurate project documentation and correspondence in the format accepted by this organization. They will ensure timely submission of reviews and recommendations/comments, documentation in accordance with project and/or COR’s schedules.

Major Responsibilities

  • Assist the GPMO/OICC in the review of program and project risks during the planning and design stages of project development.
  • Assist the GPMO and FEAD/ROICC/OICC review the program and project risks during the construction stage of project execution.
  • Coordinate with the program and project teams and stakeholders to facilitate the identification of risks and develop and maintain a sense of ownership and responsibility for the risks and associated risk response actions.
  • Guide efforts to identify project risks using brainstorming sessions, interviewing experienced project participants and subject matter experts, and root-cause analysis.
  • Develop risk identification checklists based on historical information and knowledge that has been accumulated from similar previous programs/projects and from other sources of information.
  • Where appropriate, use strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis to identify risks.
  • Assist in the recording of identified risks in the appropriate program/project risk register to achieve an increasing level of awareness of risks over time.
  • Assist with the prioritization of risks for further analysis or action by assessing and combining the probability of occurrence and impact. Considers factors such as timely response and the program leadership’s risk tolerance associated with the project’s constraints of cost, schedule, scope and quality.
  • Utilize the program’s established Probability and Impact Matrix to rate each risk on its probability of occurrence and impact on an objective if it does occur.
  • Utilize the risk register’s criteria for the combination of probability and impact to assign a classification of high risk, medium risk and low risk for assessed risks.
  • Assist program and project managers to develop an effective plan to lessen the impact of the risk. Categorize risk by sources of risk, the area of the project affected, or other useful categories such as root causes.
  • Recommend to the person responsible for risk response an appropriate response for the significance of the risk, cost to address, feedback of individuals responsible for any impacted processes and other relevant factors.
  • Assist program and project managers to control the risk process by continuously monitor efforts for new, changing, and outdated risks.
  • Apply techniques, such as variance and trend analysis, which require the use of performance information generated during program/project execution.
  • Assist in the control of the risk process by assisting program and project managers with the choosing of alternative strategies, executing a contingency or fallback plan, taking corrective action, and modifying the program management plan.
  • Monitor risk response owner’s periodic reports to appropriate authorities assessing the effectiveness of the plan, any unanticipated effects, and recommends corrective actions needed to handle the risk appropriately.
  • Update the programs process assets, including project lessons learned databases and risk management templates, for the benefit of follow on programs/projects.
  • Monitor and analyze risk trends and variances.
  • Monitor resolution of risk response actions.
  • Assist the Government with verification that risk response has been addressed appropriately.
  • Recommend execution of contingencies and/or modifications to the program management plan to the Area Coordinator, Program Coordinator and the ROICC if this COA becomes necessary.
  • Use initiative, resourcefulness, and sound judgment when providing advice to the Government on quality assurance matters requiring knowledge of construction methods.
  • Research and collection of necessary data to provide recommendations, prepare documents and review construction contractor deliverables as it pertains to this scope of work.
  • Provide detailed, written reviews of the risk assessment program, and its application to specific construction projects by identifying risks, briefing risk assessments to Government and appropriate construction contractor personnel and recommending risk response actions. Continuously monitoring the program for new, chancing and outdated risks to control the risk process.
  • Prepare Courses of Action (COA) to determine options and feasibility for any and all risk response actions. COAs must incorporate consideration of anticipated costs and schedule impacts as well as overall program effects.
  • Ensure documentation and dissemination of risk response final government decisions is made via the proper government channels (e.g. GPMO, FEAD/ROICC/OICC).
  • Generate, maintain and monitor a risk identification checklist based on historical information and knowledge that has been accumulated from similar previous programs/projects and from other sources of information.
  • Maintain the Risk Register, which has the criteria for the combination of probability and impact and establishes a classification of high risk, medium risk and low risk for assessed risks.
  • Maintain a log of decisions made that corresponds to the Risk Register, contains reasons and COAs vetted and considered and includes date of issue, date of decisions, date of dissemination of risk response actions and monitoring dates. Ensure Area Coordinator and Program Coordinator are both aware and on the distribution. Include risks that are still pending decision, reason for the hold – further research needed, other risk response actions that are in progress, target date of resolution, prioritization of risk and etc.
  • Establish a probability and impact matrix for the program.
  • Maintain matrix trackers at the frequency agreed upon by the ROICC/GPMO/OICC.
  • Prepare all submittals/deliverables using a PC computer using software compatible with existing NAVFAC software (i.e. MS PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Excel, etc.), Primavera, Costworks, and Success Estimator, etc. Submittals/deliverables include but are not limited to project reviews and recommendations, PowerPoint briefings, and presentations. Having the ability to adapt to new software such as eCMS may also be necessary.

Requirements

Minimum Education/Experience

Risk Management Professional (RMP) certification preferred.

Required Knowledge or Skills

  • Have demonstrated recent experience/technical competence in similar scopes of work for risk identification, analysis and management for projects and programs of similar scope. Provide a maximum of 10 examples of completed, relevant projects with samples of risk registers or similar documentation to verify experience. Demonstrate cost control, quality control and compliance with performance schedules.
  • Have demonstrated the ability to apply analytical methods and techniques as they relate to risks.
  • Have demonstrated the ability to guide, motivate, and coordinate the work of professionals in a matrix organization (one in which there are multiple reporting relationships) is required. Skills in utilizing effective, constructive, employee and team feedback for the purpose of improving performance, and knowledge of group dynamics, project and program management tools are required.
  • Have demonstrated experience in the use and application of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, etc), Primavera, Costworks, Monte Carlo Simulation packages, and Success Estimator, etc. Have demonstrated the ability to adapt to new software such as eCMS may also be necessary.
  • Be able to obtain security clearance as required by the task order.
  • Complete the SF-85-P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions. Each task order shall establish necessary base/building access requirements.
  • Be able to travel and possess a passport.
  • Be a United States citizen. The Government may approve the assignment of foreign nationals to select positions on a particular task order.

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Posted: 2022-04-21 Expires: 2022-09-17

The Bristol Alliance of Companies (Bristol) is a group of Alaska Native-owned, small business and 8(a) companies eligible for direct awards. Our companies have large bonding capacity and a long history of excellent partnerships with the military, government organizations, and private industries across the United States. Our projects are completed safely, with exceptional quality, on schedule, and within budget. We pride ourselves on being solution-based, focused on delivering projects from beginning to end, and we are committed to building lasting relationships that reflect our hard work, ingenuity, and dedication to safety.


Each Bristol company is wholly owned by Bristol Industries, LLC (BI) an Alaska Native Company. BI is jointly owned by Choggiung Ltd. and Bristol Bay Native Corporation.

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