Program Analyst/Team Lead

November 20, 2020

Tribal Tech, LLC is an American Indian SBA certified 8(m) woman-owned small business, headquartered in Alexandria, VA. We provide a diverse range of management and technical consulting services in the health/wellness, energy and education realm to federal agencies, state government, American Indian/Alaska Native tribes and private businesses. Our staff operates with the highest standards and principles that support legal and ethical business practices. Our guiding principles of “People, Performance and Partnership” embody an environment where employees are empowered and can flourish, and clients may fully benefit from our specialized capabilities.

The Program Analyst/Team Lead will be part of the project team, supporting the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Environmental Management (EM) with onsite quality delivery of client tasks and projects. This individual will serve as the consolidated point of contact that facilitates effective communication and both identifies and mitigates issues within the contractor team and between the contractor and client. He/she will support analysis, enhancement, maintenance, and administration tasks associated with the Federal client’s information, outreach, and public involvement activities. The individual will provide strategic analysis, subject matter expertise, and logistical support, including the preparation of white papers, presentations, speeches, briefings, and correspondence that summarize technical and programmatic material for a variety of audiences, including DOE leadership. Periodic travel throughout the US will be necessary to support the goals and objectives of the Federal client.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform information collection and synthesis to capture program or project progress, grants administration information, or accurate meeting minutes.
  • Prepare and disseminate summary reports, including up-to-date illustration of metrics, strategic planning information, or historical reference material.
  • Communicate daily with Federal clients and program offices.
  • Develop standard operating procedures and policies (SOPs), about EM’s advisory boards and other functions.
  • Serve as speechwriter and presentation developer for EM-4, Office of Regulatory and Policy Affairs. Carry out lifecycle speechwriting: research, scriptwriting, and PowerPoint presentation design.
  • Support EM tribal program activities, by preparing briefings, writing program review summaries, and maintaining records.
  • Coordinate and assist with marketing efforts, through flyer, e-blast, banner, and poster design. Coordinate e-blasting using stakeholder databases.
  • Develop and manage list-serv and other databases.
  • Conduct relevant policy research to develop original concept papers (whitepapers) and/or policy analysis reports.
  • Carry out and provide research to prepare federal staff for meetings, events, and other public speaking engagements for the client.
  • Conceptualize, plan, and support the execution of conferences, sessions, panels, or other client events.
  • Research and perform outreach to potential Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and workforce development partners.
  • Help conceptualize, implement, and manage tribal socioeconomic development projects.
  • Additional duties may include supporting engagement activities with local community groups, advisory boards, tribes, and international stakeholder interactions.
  • Assist with special projects, as needed.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent analytical and writing skills, including attention to detail, grasp of large conceptional frameworks, and demonstrated ability to manage conflicting priorities and multi-tasking.
  • Proven ability to form positive and effective relationships for results.
  • Effective communication skills across multiple teams.
  • Ability to coordinate numerous activities within tight deadlines and a proven record for workflow management and ensuring tasks are accurately completed.
  • Ability to summarize and convey information to a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Ability to work both individually and in a team environment.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree; and/or Master’s degree in Public Administration, or Public Policy (preferred).
  • Experience working with distressed communities, especially American Indian/Alaska Native communities strongly preferred.
  • Socioeconomic development experience, with exposure to workforce development and growth strategies.
  • Experience supporting senior-level clients or leadership.
  • Experience in project management, communications, business, etc.
  • Experience in grants, technical assistance, and/or policy advocacy preferred.
  • 2 – 4 years of related experience in public relations, policy, or technical writing/editing.
  • Work experience in team environment and a Federal agency is a plus.
  • Must be able to pass a background and credit check.

About Tribal Tech, LLC:

We are an American Indian woman-owned small business, founded to provide Training and Technical Assistance, Grants Administration and IT Services to federal, state, tribal and corporate clients. Our guiding principles of “People, Performance, and Partnership” embody an environment where our employees can flourish and our clients may fully benefit from our capabilities. 

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled