CACI has an immediate opening for a Functional Analyst to support the Naval Aviation Production Process-Sustainment (NAPP S) efforts undertaken by the Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA). Administratively assigned to Training Air Wing Five as the Production/Student Transaction Manager, the Functional Analyst will be tasked to provide administrative services which include tracking and/or reporting the status of student training, student and instructor flight hours and aircraft hours and availability POSITION SUMMARY: Leads small project teams or contributes to larger teams, analyzes factors and components of systems to manage interrelationships and facilitate change. Detects inefficiencies or conflicts in systems and processes and helps to identify effective improvements. Facilitates communications between customers, SME's and Technical staff. Participates in various testing functions (i. e. string and acceptance tests) to verify that results are correct. RESPONSIBILTIES: Collaborates with customers to gather information, define complex work problems, and designs a system and procedures to resolve problems. Maintains currency in understanding of relevant technologies and subject areas. Identifies emerging relevant technologies that may result in improvements to current processes and systems. Oversees the analysis of problems in terms of management information and conceptualizes proposals that afford maximum probability of profit or effectiveness in relation to cost or risk. Leads functional analysis projects to document complex process steps, tasks and their inter-relationships. Detects problems in how systems are working and creates effective solutions. Performs advanced and complex systematic reviews of selected functions to determine application and design of systems or models. Recommends improvements of modifications in sequence of operations, equipment utilization and related matters. Generates recommendations in the form of technical briefings, reports, and other major documents provided to senior level client personnel. Develops and updates functional or operating manuals outlining established methods of performing work in accordance with organizational policy. Ensures specifications and user manuals are organized and cover all essential material. May serve as a client liaison to coordinate activities with sub-contractors, government personnel, and technical experts. Communicate with both SMEs and members of the development staff. Translates SME information into a form understandable by the development team. Provides functional guidance/team leadership on more complex projects. May review the work of others and be able to detect errors or needed modifications. Participates in special projects as required. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Active Secret clearance Must have the ability to work with large amounts of data and to manipulate data across multiple systems and sources. Must have strong information management and analytical thinking skills, be comfortable and productive in a fast-paced environment, and committed to long term employment. Must have personal transportation and comply with all vehicular/personnel requirements necessary to access U.S. Military installations. Must be proficient in Microsoft Applications (Word, Excel (intermediate to advanced application ability), PowerPoint), experience with Access and other data base applications a plus, familiar with web browser technologies and common data entry requirements, Windows operating systems and communicating/connectivity within the NMCI environment. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically Requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, and seven to nine years of related work experience. CERTIFICATIONS: Must be able to obtain/maintain Information Assurance (IA) user certification after obtaining NMCI user account. 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. Some travel may be required.
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