In this role, the successful candidate will execute system analysis for small-to-medium sized projects independently, and provides significant contributions to large/complex projects with assistance from team members.
In this position, you will assist in managing the GPS Directorate Acquisition Systems Program Security, including Personnel Security, Industrial Security, Operations Security, Information Security, Sensitive Compartment Information, Communications Security, and Physical Security.
The Business Systems Analyst will be responsible for gathering, analyzing, & documenting requirements; developing specifications & solutions for software projects with focus on Microsoft Dynamics AX finance and accounting modules.
The Security Analyst will be part of an application security architecture assessment team made up of Security Analysts, Security Architects, and Identity and Access Management (IAM) Security Engineers.
In this role, the candidate will coordinate with other IT project teams within the organization to design new automated interfaces with upstream/downstream source systems and provide support for the existing interfaces.
In this role, you will be responsible for demonstrate technical expertise and understanding of the database structure and relationships of system requirements to project operational needs. Participates in decisions on database and report design and structure.
In this role, the selected candidate will solve organizational information problems and requirements by analyzing requirements; partnering with development teams to design solutions, and recommending system controls and protocols.
In this role, you will apply systems engineering processes to define and translate concepts, identify architecture technical requirements. Participate in system design, development, prototyping, demonstration and testing efforts. Work as part of a Government team to validate and verify design specifications, document and analyze requirements, review and critique system verification plan / procedures, and analyze system performance vs. requirements and user needs.