Conduct planning and what-if studies to establish executable work statements and schedules for evolving program changes in design, development, integration, modification, verification and validation, and test activities and processes to ensure successful integration within well-defined and commonly understood requirements and interfaces with minimal risk.
In Accordance With (IAW) the Army Regulation (AR) 25-2 and the approved Joint Technical Architecture (JTA) ensuring configuration, security and connection into the DoDIN-A and Global Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) enterprises are maintained.
Web Service standards (SOAP, REST, WSDL, WS-I Basic Profile, WS-* extensions and standards). SOA stack - Oracle preferred (Enterprise Service Bus, rules engine, service broker, BPEL engine, metadata registry).
Schedule the test for execution and then will monitor, measure, control and report on the test progress, the product quality status and the test results, adapting the test plan and compensating as needed to adjust to evolving conditions.
The individual will also work with senior systems analysts to identify data and approaches for computing system performance metrics, and extend, develop, and support a suite of tools for performance analysis.
Utilizes strong verbal and written communication skills, as well as exceptional attention to detail. Initiates, works, and coordinates multiple tasks simultaneously with minimal supervision. Identifies risks and develops mitigation.
Electromagnetic Environmental Effects and Survivability site testing including but not limited to test planning, scheduling and test performance in compliance with standards MIL-STD-188-125, MIL-STD-461, and MIL-STD-464. Candidate must have experience creating test reports, procedures, and control plans and guidelines.
Providing Desktop Management duties utilizing Microsoft SCCM, ensuring 90% of network systems are Information Assurance Vulnerability alert (IAVA) compliant in accordance with US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) technical directives and timelines.
Availability of core network services (authentication, messaging, collaboration, data storage) shall exceed 99%, calculated quarterly using the formula [time available] / [total time] - [authorized downtime]. Diagnosing and resolving IT operations failures.