Management Analyst

All Native Group
  • Location
    Washington, D.C.
  • Sector
  • Experience
    Early Career / Mid Career
  • Posted
    Jun 26

Position description

ANG seeks a Management Analyst to support the Department of State that drives global security policy and serves as the Department’s integrator of diplomacy and defense. The organizational hub for the Bureau, coordinating actions among the Bureau’s 11 offices the Management Team that is responsible for managing the bureau’s operating budget, overall management issues, emergency response procedures, and special events in coordination with the Executive Office; and a team that is responsible for ensuring efficient information flow.


Essential Functions

Manages the schedule of bureau principals and arranges meetings, conferences, and VIP visits.  Advises on transportation policies, prepares travel arrangement, and finalizes travel expenses and vouchers.

Makes and receives calls on behalf of the principal.  Facilitates effective and efficient contact with key stakeholders, meeting participants, and internal/external officials.

Speaks for the principal on administrative and operational matters, or pragmatic areas within the assigned area of responsibility.

Analyzes administrative processes and/or agency programs. Communicates with colleagues, agency management, and other contacts outside the agency to gather and analyze information about agency processes and programs. Writes, reports, letters and other documents with recommendations for management programs, policies and activities.

Perform management and/or program support work, such as planning, research, analysis, correspondence control, communication, and/or special projects.

Perform procurement and other administrative functions

Solicit, evaluate, negotiate, administer, award, analyze, advise on administrative processes.

Perform administrative work, including travel, personnel administration, budgeting, procurement, property management, data entry, records management or supplies.

Coordinate office moves, office construction, and other facility improvements which include: recommending selection and requisitioning of furniture, purchasing/leasing equipment, obtaining telephone services and equipment, and obtaining maintenance agreements for the equipment procured.

Manages and/or prepares responses to correspondence in an organization; and/or acts as a liaison or handles the communication with persons and/or groups within and outside of the organization.

Coordinate facilities and related arrangements for planning conferences, assist with presentation materials, and provide on-site support.

Ensure PM's emergency management and crisis response system is functioning optimally. Conduct regular training for Duty Officers and Task Force participants and assist in coordinating PM Task Force participation. Revise curricula for training to ensure the bureau is prepared to respond to emergencies. Follow up on after action reviews from PM Task Force participation. Ensure PM phone rosters and task force reference book are up to date. Advise Front Office principals of necessary training requirements,

Support, as assigned, special projects of particular interest to the Chief of Staff, Assistant Secretary, and PDAS, including PM Workforce Modernization and development of a SharePoint site that serves as a one stop shop for information on human resource management for the bureau. Use knowledge of the missions, roles, responsibilities and structure of the Bureau to formulate recommendations and trouble-shoot issues which arise (i.e. communication breakdowns, quality control, etc.).



  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Expertise in contract
  • Oral and written communication
  • Problem-solving skills

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