Description: Operate as part of an integrated product team working closely with engineers and logisticians to formulate a system cost estimate to be used in developing, acquiring, and supporting affordable Naval Aviation Systems. Applies diversified knowledge of weapons systems cost estimating principles and practices in areas of assignments. The analyst shall have an understanding of technical baseline, technical judgment, translation of technical and financial risk into cost including risk ap-plication to provide estimate confidence, budgeting, planning, programming, budgeting systems, the acquisition process, and logistics support processes. Work requires the modification and exten-sion of existing methodologies and may require the use of advanced techniques. Normally receives technical guidance or consults with senior estimators on unusual or complex problems.
Education and Experience Requirements: Must have as a minimum of: BS/BA with 24 semester hours in quantitative analysis courses and at least three years of weapons system acquisition cost analysis experience. - At least two of the three years of weapons system acquisition cost analysis experience must be on systems similar to those managed at NAVAIR. - Four (4) years of additional direct experience may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree.
About NSI Naval Systems, Inc.
Naval Systems, Inc. (NSI), is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business supporting the Naval Air Systems Command from locations near Patuxent River, Maryland; Cherry Point, North Carolina; Jacksonville, Florida; and China Lake, California.
Our main office is located in Lexington Park, Maryland; just minutes from NAS Patuxent River. NSI has experienced strong growth since our founding and has developed a reputation among clients for superior quality, cost and schedule performance; providing innovative solutions to difficult problems; and demonstrating uncompromising devotion to the ultimate customer: Warfighters.
NSI's outstanding value to our customers results from a great depth of knowledge in engineering, logistics, and management disciplines by the leadership team and key employees, a flat management structure with an extremely efficient business model, and many years of cumulative hands-on experience in Naval Aviation operations and depot level support. The NSI culture has been built upon the core values of Quality, Integrity, and Victory.