SFL-TAP Installation Liaison Analyst - Fort Rileył KS

Job Description:
The Soldier For Life Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP, formerly ACAP) Installation Liaison Analyst compiles, maintains, verifies and may interpret data in accordance with plans developed by others, performs basic trend analyses of data in order to identify any potential technical and management problems, assists with drafting reports of findings along with related documentation for higher level review, relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job, and works under immediate supervision.
This individual will be responsible to do the following:
--Prepare monthly command level briefings--Collect, gather, analyze, and report the effectiveness and timeliness of tasks at post-level--Prepare weekly command level reports--Provide ad hoc reports to the Government.
Analyze and report on SFL-TAP events to determine throughput, attendance, and facility/resource usage weekly--Identify, plan, organize, research, collect, analyze, conceptualize, and interpret information to solve problems and assist in the development of plans and courses of action in execution and implementation of VOW Act--Conduct studies, collect data, review reports and workload, and perform analysis of other empirical data--Perform trend and change analysis, conduct reviews, identify problem areas, forecast probable effects of change, interpret policy effect on programs, and develop recommendations--Collect verify, analyze, and interpret transition and job assistance program reports--Prepare narrative presentations, fact sheets, information papers, briefings, graphs, memos, charts and other papers.
Work is generally performed in a normal office environment where there is minimal exposure to unpleasant and/or hazardous working conditions.
Job assignments may require working at client site where working conditions may vary.
Travel may be required.
Required Skills and
--Requires Bachelor Degree or equivalent plus up to 3 years' transferrable experience--Must have knowledge and applied experience of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field--Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check)--This position supports a U.
Government Contract whose terms require Serco to staff it only with U.
Citizens--Military Veterans and Spouses encouraged to applyEmployment Type:
Full time

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