Program Analyst

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AMSG requires continuing Program Analyst support of work with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). AMSG specializes in developing and implementing creative strategies and solutions with the VA Learning University (VALU).

Current Openings
Location: Washington DC (Near Union Station) 
Education/Experience: The candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree and the following skills and experience:

  • 3-5 years of work experience
  • Experience in training analysis and solutions definition, budget analysis and solution testing. 
  • Experience compiling information for presentations and reporting. 
  • Familiarity working with and manipulating data in Microsoft Excel, Word, Access and Project. 
  • Must be able to communicate effectively on an executive level in writing memos, preparing presentations and developing reports. 
  • Experience with the management of the training delivery process in a large, complex organization is a plus.
Clearance Requirements: Eligible for VA security clearance​
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Position Description:

General Description: Responsibilities include: 
  • Facilitating online meetings and training sessions with VA customers and stakeholders
  • Lead/participate in Requirements Gathering activities
  • Writing Correspondence to obtain approvals for Training requests
  • Leverage skills in MS SharePoint, MS Access, MS Excel, MS InfoPath and MS InfoPath in support of the customer’s requirements (see below)
  • Compiling, Analyzing, and reporting on Training Requirement Requests
  • Maintaining SharePoint Training Requirements Team Site
  • Maintaining SharePoint Site for Training Requirements Process
  • Monitoring and Responding to requests from a Group Mailbox
  • Maintaining an Access Database of Training Requirements Requests
  • Running queries and reports in a Microsoft Access Database
  • Creating Presentations/Briefings for VA Program Management Office and VA Leadership staff
  • Creating meeting minutes as required
  • Creating training documentation