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Project Analyst
Ref No.: 18-16014
Location: San Diego, California
Individual will assist a project by developing and managing processes, procedures, and tools designed to increase the projects productivity. A Project Analyst will aid risk identification by collecting, analyzing and reporting program-related metric views
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Physics and/or Economics Requires the mastery of standard Microsoft applications (MS Office including Word, Excel, PPT, MS Project and Visio), strong computer expertise, and the ability to learn new applications and technologies rapidly. Must have strong Excel skills, especially with formulas, pivot tables, macros to extract data from multiple sources, vlookups, graphs, etc. Knowledge in Microsoft Office, SharePoint, JIRA, Microsoft Project Planning, Tableau, ThoughtSpot and other equivalent data analytics and program management tools. Experience understanding and working with technical concepts. Should have the ability to work well in a team environment. Strong analytical skills, and the ability to understand high level and low level business and technical concepts a must. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, process development skills, and problem solving skills. Comprehensive understanding of project management concepts, including a strong understanding of project tracking, planning and budgeting. Should be able to attend technical meetings and independently recognize potential impacts to project schedules. Must also understand relationships between projects, subsystems and tasks. Good understanding of technical concepts. Also requires the ability to independently recognize areas for improvement and/or growth, the ability to gather requirements and implement solutions, and the ability to develop creative methods for accomplishing objectives.
Preferred Qualifications:
Analytical Skills - The ability to collect information and identify fundamental patterns/trends in data. This includes the ability to gather, integrate, and interpret information from several sources. Building Trusting Relationships - The ability to build trusting, collaborative relationships and rapport with different types of people and businesses. This includes delivering on commitments and maintaining confidential information, as well as being approachable, and relating well to people regardless of personality or background. Communication - The ability to convey information clearly and accurately, as well as to choose the most effective method of delivery (e.g., email, phone, face-to-face) for technical and non-technical information. Creating the New and Different - The ability to be creative. This includes the ability to produce breakthrough ideas, being a visionary, managing innovation, having broad interests and knowledge, and gaining support in order to translate new ideas into solutions. Decision Making - The ability to make quick, accurate decisions. This includes the ability to weigh alternatives and take into account the impact of the decisions on people, strategy, and resources. Technical Knowledge - Knowledge of the overall process for technical area. This includes knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of one's own area and other functions, including key strategies, best practices, and deliverables. This also includes the ability to identify common issues and solutions.
Education:
Required: Associate's, Computer Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering and/or Electronics & Satellites Eng Preferred: Bachelor's, Computer Engineering or equivalent experience