Technical Analyst 4

US-SC-N. Charleston
2 weeks ago
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Information Technology


Position:  Technical Analyst 4

Location:  Charleston, SC

Clearance:  Secret

Start Date:  Contingent upon award; estimated December 2017

Number of openings:  3 



The Software Services division is responsible for supplying the customer with an infrastructure of collaborative architectures to provide business solutions including: legacy financial systems, records management system, human resource management systems, security systems, facility systems, warehouse systems, and corporate information systems. These systems require support of thousands of system users at multiple sites for entry authentication and approval/acceptance routing of data and for extraction and reporting of data to authorized external systems and sources.


Support includes emerging Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Navy (DoN) information technology, to design, develop, engineer, and maintain systems that will improve customer organizational efficiency.


This tasking also includes: new standards engineering, prototype installation, application development, data interoperability, system design, system management and maintenance; data collection, analysis, and other management and implementation efforts in support of data translation, data mediation, and data mapping.


Minimum Qualifications:


Education:  BS degree in Physical Sciences, Mathematics, or any Computer related field.

1.5 years of experience in the specific focus area may be substituted for each year of college not completed. The minimum experience for any Analyst position is that needed to satisfy the educational requirement plus that needed to satisfy the experience requirement.


Experience:  Ten (10) years of experience in technical specifications development, process

analysis and design, technical problem solving, and analytical/logical thinking.



  • Must have current Secret clearance verifiable in JPAS

Required Certifications:

  • None


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