Military Health Care Business Analyst

Location: Fairfax, VA
Position:

Enterprise Resource Performance Incorporated (ERPi) is an industry leading, service-oriented professional management consulting firm delivering transformational services to federal health care agencies. ERPi combines health care expertise and experience with a collaborative consulting methodology to deliver innovative and successful business transformation for our clients. ERPi consultants are highly qualified advisors, subject matter experts and project managers who are driven by a desire to serve their clients’ missions through delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges.
ERPi is seeking business analysts with 1 to 4 years of experience in management consulting, to join a high performing team that supports the Defense Health Agency in program management, studies and analysis, and consultative advice on emerging trends and issues impacting decision making by the Assistant Secretary of Defense/ Health Affairs and other senior DHA leaders.
 
Role Description:
The business analyst will, under the supervision of a program manager and senior business analysts, support the following activities:
  • Supporting DHA (the client) directors/managers with high-level, cross-functional focus and assistance.  Routine activities include tracking/monitoring and frequent status updates and advisories on task/project accomplishment, suspense tracking, and the preparation/delivery of high quality, senior executive-level decision support tools and professionally written staff products in a wide variety of forms (e.g., memoranda, executive summaries, information papers, fact sheets, award recommendations, staff position descriptions) that convey information and articulate/represent DHA positions.
  • Apply expert professional-level analytical and problem-solving skills to problem management requirements and professional-level skills in effective communicating with senior executive level and other senior Government/private sector personnel, both within and outside of the organization, to address difficult/controversial policy/program matters and identify resolutions to complex issues.  Evaluate analytical results and develop new and adapted analytical techniques as may be required/appropriate to best accomplish program management tasks.
  • Manage, coordinate, facilitate, oversee, and track and assist in guiding the progress of multiple projects and activities with varying timelines and due dates.  Ensure directors/managers meet project milestones and due dates on schedule and within established guidelines and allocated resources.
  • Accomplish a variety of special projects, covering a broad range of mission activities, as directed.  These projects typically address high-priority issues that are sensitive in nature and have short deadlines, and may include the development of operational guidance and executive briefings and information summaries.
  • Accomplish/assist with the preparation of briefings, studies and reports for presentation to senior executive level and other senior military and civilian officials, to include high-level working groups and meetings of senior officials.
  • Analyze complex issue papers/packages and briefings proposed for presentation to senior leadership and develop summaries of overview and key management information for senior leaders/managers.
  • Provide management analysis support for infrastructure projects and issues, including development, review, and analysis of organizational and staffing structures, directorate and division level goals and objectives, policies and procedures, and office automation information and management requirements.
  • Review and analyze reports involving workload data, performance metrics, and other statistical information for content, completeness, and timeliness, and develop executive summaries of key information.
  • Review, analyze, edit and ensure full coordination of directive/procedural guidance and various other documents drafted/proposed, such as policy memoranda, administrative instructions, operating procedures, and memoranda of agreement/understanding.
  • Research and prepare staff papers and other documents, such as memoranda, charters, procedures, information and decision papers, spreadsheets, and briefs as required/requested.  Incorporate technical information into draft correspondence as appropriate.
This role requires a combination of strong problem solving and analytical skills, strong organization and prioritization skills, ability to work in a dynamic, results-driven environment, ability to build and manage client relationships at all levels, ability to think strategically to effectively assess clients’ situation and assemble solutions to meet needs, and excellent written, verbal and presentation skills
 
Required Skills and Experiences:
  • 1 to 4 years of experience, preferably in management consulting
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills
  • Able to analyze quantitative and qualitative data
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including reports and presentations
  • Strong organization and prioritization skills
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, collaborative and results-driven environment
  • Ability to build and manage client relationships at all levels
  • Ability to think strategically to effectively assess clients’ situation and assemble solutions to meet needs
 
Additional Skills Desired:
  • Knowledge of health care policy and practice
 
Education and Certifications Requirements:
  • Bachelors degree or higher, preferably in a health care related discipline
 
Company:

Enterprise Resource Performance Incorporated (ERPi), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is an industry leading, service-oriented professional management consulting firm delivering transformational services to federal health care agencies. We combine highly specialized expertise and experience with a collaborative consulting methodology, called ERPi’s Collaborative Advisory Methodology (CAM), to deliver innovative and successful business transformation for our clients. ERPi consultants are highly qualified advisors, subject matter experts and project managers who are driven by a desire to serve their clients’ missions through delivering innovative solutions to complex challenges. Founded by Army Veteran Chris Jones in 2001, we are over 180 client service professionals, with health care experience and credentials that include: nursing, medicine, clinical psychology, social work, public health, clinical research, dentistry, clinical informatics, health communications, health care finance and administration.
 
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