MOBIS Labor Categories

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Labor Category Descriptions

Program Manager: Requires a bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree is preferred) in business, economics, engineering, mathematics, computer science or a related field and at least ten years of program management experience with at least two years in contract management. This position requires an individual with the ability to plan, direct, coordinate and supervise activities of personnel involved in technical support of programs including, reviewing and evaluating all work performed; providing technical direction; establishing project schedules; and developing acquisition strategies.

Cost/Operations Research Analyst III: Requires a bachelor’s degree in business, economics, mathematics or a related technical field and the ability to work independently. A minimum of seven years experience in developing Program Office Estimates/Baseline Cost Estimates, Life Cycle Cost Estimates,Economics Analysis and Cost Benefit Analysis is required. Excellent communications skills, including presentation and briefing skills along with Microsoft Office are required. (See Note-1)

Cost/Operations Research Analyst II: Requires a bachelor’s degree in business, economics, mathematics or a related technical field. A minimum of three years experience in developing Program Office Estimates/Baseline Cost Estimates, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, Economic Analysis and Cost Benefit Analysis is required. Excellent communications skills and Microsoft Office experience are required. (See Note-1)

Cost/Operations Research Analyst I: Requires a bachelor’s degree in business, economics, mathematics or a related technical field. Must have the desire to learn, follow directions and work as a team. (See Note-1)

Program/Management Analyst III: Requires a bachelor’s degree and a minimum seven years experience in formulating short and long range resource planning requirements; analyzing trends in funding decrements, systems deployment, new programs and changes in user priorities; performing studies and analyses regarding continuous improvement, acquisition, budget, organizational realignment and manpower issues; preparing Memorandums of Understanding and Agreement (MOUs and MOAs), point papers, fact sheets, requirements analysis, decision documents, and support of Program Reviews. (See Note-1)

Program/Management Analyst II: Requires a bachelor’s degree and a minimum three years experience in formulating short and long range resource planning requirements; analyzing trends in funding decrements, systems deployment, new programs and changes in user priorities; performing studies and analyses regarding continuous improvement, acquisition, budget, organizational realignment and manpower issues; preparing Memorandums of Understanding and Agreement (MOUs and MOAs), point papers, fact sheets, requirements analysis, decision documents, and support of Program Reviews. (See Note-1)

Program/Management Analyst I: Requires a bachelor’s degree in business, economics, engineering or related field. Excellent communications skills and the desire to learn, follow directions and work as a team are required. (See Note-1)

Systems Analyst/Engineer III: Requires a master’s degree in engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science or related field with a minimum of ten years experience performing technical analyses, studies or project planning and monitoring involving the design, development or acquisition of systems and implementation of associated functional changes. (See Note-1)

Systems Analyst/Engineer II: Requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science or related technical field with a minimum of five years experience performing technical analyses, studies and project planning involving the design, development or acquisition of systems and implementation of associated functional changes. (See Note-1)

Systems Analyst/Engineer I: Requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science or related technical field with a minimum of three years experience with functional requirements determination, test and evaluation, systems management or programming. (See Note-1)

Subject Matter Expert III: Requires a Master’s degree with a minimum of ten years experience in the functional area for which the work is to be performed. Provides senior level advice and assistance to the Program Manager and technical staff relating to the processes and performance standards of functional task being performed. Fifteen years of specialized experience within the functional area and a bachelor’s degree may be substituted for the master’s degree.

Subject Matter Expert II: Requires a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of ten years experience in the functional area for which the work is to be performed. Provides advice and assistance to the Program Manager and technical staff relating to the processes and performance standards of functional task being performed. Fifteen years of specialized experience within the functional area may be substituted for the bachelor’s degree.

Subject Matter Expert I: Requires a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of five years experience in the functional area for which the work is to be performed. Provides advice and assistance to the technical staff relating to the processes and performance standards of functional task being performed. Ten years of specialized experience within the functional area may be substituted for the bachelor’s degree.

Clerical/Administrative Support: Excellent organization and communications skills; technical tying; data entry; filing; scheduling appointments; arranging travel itineraries; maintaining visitor control; and answering telephones. Microsoft Office experience is required.

Computer Graphics Specialist: Requires experience in the production of printed and visual graphic media through the use of computers and software to develop briefings, brochures, newsletters, reports, displays for public presentations and promotional materials. Must be able to use MS Office, Photoshop and Illustrator. Knowledge of state-of-the-art graphics software packages is desirable.

NOTE-1: An additional five years of related experience may be substituted for a Bachelors degree, per contract modification PS-0001, dated 01-14-2005.

Contracts Specialist I: Requires an AA Degree, or 4 years plus High School, preferred with NAC Certified Level 2, Acq. Log. Responsible for resolving various issues such as cost and no-cost extensions, technical changes, compliance with fiscal law policy regulations, procuring additional services/ancillary hardware, and exercise of options. Identifies Task Orders that need to be extended, re-solicited, or are ready for closeout.

Contract Specialist II: Requires a Masters Degree or BA with 4 years or 8 years if no Degree, preferred with NAC DAWIA Level 2 Contracting. Provides acquisition expertise related to contract activities with moderate to high risk. Provides expertise in the area of review of solicitations and preparation of specialized of non-routine requests for proposals. Analyzes contract requirements, special provisions, and terms to ensure compliance with regulations, policies, and procedures.  Provides expertise in the management of contract change control process. Develops negotiation strategy and assists negotiation team on contractual issues. Often communicates with legal, finance, and business team disciplines for resolution of contract issues and disputes. Assists in identification, development, and implementation of new contract policies and processes.

Contract Specialist III: Requires a Masters Degree with 2 years experience. Bachelors with 6 years experience or No Degree with 10 years experience of which 5 years are specialized. Prefer WIA/Acquisition Corps Level III. Provides acquisition expertise related to contract activity with moderate to high risk. Conducts non-routine activities requiring development of specialized contract vehicles and techniques to accomplish organizational goals and objectives. Prepares specialized or non-routine documentation. May provide general acquisition training. Independently performs analysis of contract requirements, special provisions and terms to ensure compliance with regulations. Communicates results of the analyses to others. Develops negotiation strategy and leads trends for potential impact on contract policy and processes. Communicates with law, finance, and business team disciplines for resolution of contract issues and disputes.

Cost & Price Analyst I: Requires a Bachelors Degree, or No Degree with 4 years experience.   Analyzes cost elements on contract proposals and modifications. Prepares estimated costs and pricing data in support of proposal activities and related pricing efforts to include labor and indirect costs. Interfaces with DCAA personnel for audit information, forward rate pricing agreements, and related matters.

Cost & Price Analyst II: Requires a Masters Degree or Bachelors Degree with 4 years experience,  or No Degree with 8 years experience of which 4 are specialized. Analyzes cost elements on contract proposals, modifications and establish targets and negotiation positions. Structures financial incentives during
acquisition planning for efficient and economical contract performance. Advise contract personnel of procurement policies, regulations, and procedures in the area of cost principles, allowable profits and incentives.

Cost & Price Analyst III: Requires a Masters Degree with 2 years experience, a Bachelors Degree with 6 years, or No Degree with 10 years experience of which 5 are specialized. Analyzes cost elements on contract proposals, modifications and establish targets and negotiation positions. Structures financial incentives during acquisition planning for efficient and economical contract performance. Advise contract personnel of procurement policies, regulations, and procedures in the area of cost principles, allowable profits and incentives.