• IT Enterprise and Efficiency Analyst

    Job Locations US-DC
    ID
    2019-1050
    Category
    Information Technology
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Responsibilities

    Provide IT network and program requirements analysis to support Navy’s alignment to DoD network architecture and cybersecurity efforts to network programs. Analyst will research and develop emerging technical requirements and capabilities needed for Navy’s networks, providing detailed analysis of technical and funding requirements to senior Navy leadership within OPNAV N2N6. The analyst should also be able to perform detailed financial analysis to provide assessments of network capabilities and requirements to support and defend Navy network investments during each phase of the Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution (PPBE) cycle. Analyst will participate in planning and support of Navy and DoD IT meetings to develop new Insider Threat policies, requirements, and financial data to accurately present Navy positions to senior Navy leaders to inform critical decisions on network strategy, requirements, policy, and investments. This position will involve interfacing and liaising with numerous Navy and DoD IT network stakeholders; coordinating, leading, and participating in stakeholder meetings; and collecting and analyzing network requirements.

     

    Qualifications

    • Strong communicator, preferably knows the Navy (and/or DoD) and is
    • Comfortable working at the senior level in a policy/compliance type role. Person
    • Will work a variety of key IT enterprise and efficiency initiatives, can include: Enterprise Software Licensing, Cloud, Compile to Combat in 24 hours (C2C24), etc.

    Minimum Experience: 7 years of experience (at least three years of which were in a managerial capacity) in capability definition and operation of IT, space systems, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems or unmanned systems

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