Responsibilities include providing the Commander, Naval Surface Forces, and Pacific Fleet staff with engineering and technical support to execute the Maintenance and Material Management (3M) Program on surface ships.
Lead project to establish and maintain a data monitoring and control function to monitor production yields and rejects, equipment status, environmental monitoring ( BMS ), housekeeping and sanitization status, etc.
Assisting in QA and UAT functional testing efforts, ensures business requirements are delivered as expected; facilitates UAT with release documentation, test scripts and training; responds to users questions and issues and tracks responses.
Responsible for developing solutions to business problems, operational area consulting, systems and data architectures, project management and implementation evaluation. Maintain knowledge of current information technology and business requirements in order to recommend solutions consistent with company and departmental objectives.
Serve as a system analyst to provide C4I systems expertise for troubleshooting and issue resolution, diagnostics of tactical communications and networks, and performing C4I system set-up, maintenance, upgrades, configuration management, and over-the-shoulder training for fielded Marine Corps C4I systems.
The System Performance Analyst main role is to conduct in-depth analysis and design remedial steps to permanently resolve on-going performance problems to these critical systems as quickly as possible.
Leading multiple sized projects as team member or lead to implement new functionalities and improve existing functionalities including articulating, analyzing requirements and translating them into effective solutions.