The Talent Placement Specialist is both client and candidate facing and is the primary owner of the matching, selection and placement process to fill Manpower orders. The Talent Placement Specialist will leverage existing pools of candidates to identify and place qualified candidates based on client needs and requirements.
Demonstrated ability to independently perform penetration testing of applications, systems and enclaves belonging to or managed by DLA. Identifies security flaws in computing platforms and applications and devise strategies and techniques to mitigate identified cybersecurity risks.
Analyze and/or evaluate existing or proposed systems and develop index and search solutions in support of customer requirements. You will work with the other software development team members in an Agile development environment on tasks utilizing specific specialty skills.
In this role, the Systems Analyst will have the ability to comprehend technical information and /or having that background is important. You must be able to focus on both format and content of the documentation.
Review business requirements with project teams to propose and produce technical documentation such as data architecture, data modeling, data dictionary, source to target mapping with transformation rules, ETL data flow design, and test cases.
Manage and administer all security aspects for multiple programs, including implementing physical, program, facility and information security requirements to ensure compliance with NISPOM, DCIDs, ICDs, federal security regulations and information security requirements.
Manage HSE programs and initiatives to meet regulatory requirements and HSE needs of client accounts operating within Canada. Evaluate new and existing programs to assess suitability and the need for change.