Configuration Management Analyst III

Perspecta   •  

San Diego, CA

Industry: Aerospace & Defense

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5 - 7 years

Posted 47 days ago

Responsibilities

The Configuration Management Analyst analyzes proposed changes to product designs to determine the effect on overall product and system, coordinates modification records for management control, establishes change orders, and prepares for change authorization and documentation by company and subcontractors. Prepares reports of change effect on overall product then reviews and analyzes released engineering change data and coordinates changes with engineering, quality assurance, manufacturing, program management, procurement and product support. The Configuration Management Analyst ensures that customer requirements are implemented and reviews change accounting activity to ensure compliance with configuration management (CM) policies to include CM planning, identification, change control, audits and status accounting. Oversees and coordinates data management (DM) activities for assigned programs in accordance with customer specific requirements and company procedures.

-Analyze implementation and execution of CM and DM requirements across all systems with a test lab environment.
-Review, evaluate, refine, release and maintain Configuration Management Plans in support of program requirements.
-Provide support, guidance and counsel during the execution of program CM/DM kickoff meetings across all programs. Monitor efficiency and effectiveness and provide improvement recommendations.
-Provide guidance and expertise in the establishment, monitoring and maintenance of configuration baselines across all systems.
-Evaluate and refine Configuration Control Board (CCB) activities to include capturing minutes and action items, tracking action items to closure, and distributing change notifications to program team members. Monitor effectiveness and compliance across all programs.
-Identify, define, implement, release and maintain data items and submittal schedules in support of requirements across all programs. Monitor effectiveness, compliance and provide improvement recommendations.

-Manage controlled access to library of system architectures, technical documentation, and test scripts.

-Manage software licenses for several C4I systems within a test lab.

-Run network CM tool, baseline network configurations, manage network baselines, and report differences before and after test events.

Qualifications

-5 years of experience in CM, Systems Engineering, or Network Enigneering is preferred
-Secret Clearance is required
-BA or BS degree in CS or Computer Engineering is required
-Ability to communicate effectively with multiple engineering disciplines, including software, firmware, hardware, and systems engineering

-Experience with Navy C4I systems is desired

-Experience in IT testing is desired.

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