POSITION SUMMARY: CACI is seeking a Sr. Telecommunications Analysts to lead a large Team of telecommunications and acquisition professionals in the migration of numerous Government Agencies from their current Telecommunications contract to a new contract provider. The team will be responsible for gathering and summarizing the current telecommunications requirements for each Agency, analyzing them to determine the best migration path, facilitating the migration to the new provider and follow-up with the Agency staff to ensure the migrations was successful. RESPONSIBILTIES: Manage the overall operation and coordination of the team. Perform all project management and control functions including project monitoring and reporting, quality assurance and control, communications management, and project planning and scheduling. Provide expert telecommunications knowledge and leadership to the team and Government representatives. Ensure compliance with and on time delivery of all contractual requirements. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Bachelor‘s of Science degree in a technical or engineering field and 12 to 15 years of telecommunications experience of increasing complexity. A minimum of 10 years of successful telecommunications management experience with at least 4 years managing a team of 50 or more employees. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Experienced in using Microsoft (MS) Project, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for creating clear, professional-quality presentations, publications/documentation, and spreadsheets to accomplish project tasks. Ensures that staff members are trained and scheduled as customer demand for services fluctuates over time. DESIRED QULAIFICATIONS: PMP or equivalent project management certification. Experience with Federal agencies‘ telecommunications systems and network designs, especially those procured through the GSA‘s regional local service contracts. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Substantial travel may be required.