• Junior Analyst / Project Support Assistant

    Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
    Posted Date 2 months ago(1/10/2019 1:44 PM)
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    BRTRC Federal Solutions, a growing government contractor, is seeking a Junior Analyst / Project Support Assistant.  This is a full-time, entry-level position and will be located at our headquarters in Vienna/Tysons, Virginia.  This position has the strong possiblity to transfer to another office or client location.    


    The successful candidate will work in a corporate environment and gain exposure to defense contracting, business structure, operations and decision making processes. This position will provide support for various government and administrative projects, while giving the candidate the opportunity to assess abilities and determine interest in the contracting industry for future career options and decisions.

    The ability to work both independently, as well as part of a team, will result in success. The selected candidate will possess strong problem solving skills, sound judgment and solid analytical skills. The ability to take initiative, follow direction and respond positively to constructive criticism will allow for growth both personally and professionally.


    Some travel may be required.


      • Bachelor's Degree
      • 0 - 2 years of work experience
      • Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office products
      • Attention to detail and the ability to effectively and efficiently perform multiple tasks while balancing competing priorities
      • Ability to communicate effectively with managers, colleagues, and clients
      • Ability to repond and adapt quickly to changing requirements and competing demands
      • Ability to obtain a DoD security clearance is required; active clearance preferred

    We offer a competitive salary, exceptional benefits and a professional work environment.


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