PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provide Scheduling support to the Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) program office, which is within the Digital Directorate located at Hanscom AFB, MA. RESPONSIBILITIES: Evaluate and analyze weekly and monthly submittals of contractor schedules and report on status Develop schedules that include project phasing, project milestones, objective entry and exit criteria, and critical relationships between program tasks to effectively plan, coordinate and visualize all significant program activities Serve as the primary contact for schedules between the prime contractor and Government program office and directly engage with leadership on all aspects of the master schedule Analyze proposals that compare and quantify proposed command, control, surveillance, battle management and information processing systems, components, and approaches for technical feasibility, compatibility and cost effectiveness. Aggregate scope details and tasks of multiple functional areas (eg test, logistics, etc) to develop a highly-complex, baselined Microsoft Project schedule that illustrates a traceable critical path Ensure consistent communication of project status is developed, maintained, and communicated to appropriate stakeholders by various means Work with subject matter experts to assess overall production/program requirements to ensure proper resources are planned and scheduled to support master delivery schedules and milestones. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree and 3 years of work experience. Dept. of Defense experience is preferred. Must possess journeyman level scheduling capability using MS Project Professional. Experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs highly desired. Capable of leading and executing tasks associated with Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) planning, development, execution and analysis for complex weapon systems. Ability to support and interact on a daily basis with high level officials and ability to deliver products successfully in a fast paced environment (on demand). Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to obtain and maintain an active US security clearance.