Systems Analyst II - SWFTS Technician

Location: Kings Bay, GA

Department: TSM

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

INTRODUCTION:  The Systems Analyst II provides system engineering/analyses, technical, training and logistic support for the installation, testing, operation, and configuration control of weapon(s) system.  The Analyst I will assist with identifying and performing analyses of weapon system technical problem reports.  This individual will coordinate with other engineering and logistic support personnel and organizations to obtain technical information to support analyses and the statusing of weapon system engineering changes, modifications, and problem reports.  The Analyst II will provide support to the life-cycle and maintenance of complex weapons systems.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Assists the Primary Subject Matter Expert on the SWFTS System providing Fleet Technical Assist (FTA), Assessment and Engineering technical support for U.S. Navy ships.
  2. Provide assistance with the status accounting, identification and resolution weapon system problem reports.
  3. Provides technical assistance on problems affecting systems.
  4. Perform or monitor weapon system installation, testing, and modification.
  5. Performs functional checkout, adjustment and tests of new or modernized shipboard system
  6. Receive, inventory, distribute and coordinate weapon system hardware, software and logistic support items.
  7. Participates in data collection and integral data analysis.
  8. Prepares comprehensive technical reports and/or formal correspondence.
  9. Maintain excellent professional relationships with Government and commercial clients.
  10. Works, cooperates, and communicates, as directed by the site manager, with other program managers, supervisors, team leaders, and coworkers satisfactorily.  This includes the professional, mature acceptance of constructive criticism.
  11. Complies with TSM’s Standard Procedure and DoD 5220-22-M, Safeguarding Classified Information, when dealing with classified information.
  12. Uses standard office equipment, such as computers, typewriters, copiers, fax machines, telephone systems and office automation systems to perform a range of office support tasks.  This includes working knowledge of software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Adobe Acrobat, etc.
  13. Travels, works at other TSM and Government sites, and performs other duties as may be required by management.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Minimum educational requirement is an Associates of Science degree in a technical field.
  2. Substitution for degree is four years of professional experience or two additional years of specialized experience.
  3. Two years of specialized experience in systems level technical analyses of tactical computer systems and operational analyses and evaluation of shipboard systems in operational environments.  This experience should include performance of system level technical analyses or cost trade off analyses with systems essentially similar to the TRIDENT Command and Control System.  This experience may be concurrent with the general experience required.
  4. Additional four years specialized experience to be considered a substitution for the degree requirement must be in the same area specified in the specialized experience stated above.  This experience may not be concurrent with the required four years of general experience.
  5. Ability to obtain a Secret personnel security clearance.

SKILLS:

  1. Experience resolving complex problems with assigned equipment/systems.
  2. Experience applying knowledge of U.S. Navy specifications and regulations pertaining to electronic equipment design, development, evaluation, testing, installation, and maintenance preferred.
  3. Experience communicating orally and in writing to present findings/recommendations on formal engineering reports.
  4. Experience applying knowledge of automated information system concepts, systems capabilities and economic usage to complete assignments.
  5. Experience applying knowledge of the capabilities, limitations, operations, design, characteristics, and functional use of a variety of types and models of electronic equipment and systems.
  6. Experience participating in Alteration Installations Team AITS, which include installations of Ordnance Alterations (ORDALTs), Ship Alterations (SHIPALTs), Machinery Alterations (MACHALTs) and Field Changes (FCS) preferred.
  7. Ability to work in an industrial environment which includes lifting material up to 30lbs; stand or sit for long periods; access confined spaces and traverse ladders, stairways and uneven surfaces.
  8. Advanced knowledge in the use of Outlook, Power Point, Excel, Access and Word software, capable of editing, developing, and reformatting complex formats (graphics, tables within text, revise and update spreadsheets, etc).
  9. Ability to compose correspondence from draft to final version, both electronic and hard copy.
  10. Experience with technical writing (transcribing, formatting technical reports & letters)
  11. Fully capable in development and editing of lengthy, complicated reports that may require multiple software formats.
  12. Exceptional organizational skills be detail oriented, and able to meet agency and customer deadlines
  13. Excellent communication skills to effectively deal with customers.
  14. Ability to quickly absorb new information and build on newly-acquired skills
  15. Ability to obtain/maintain a Top Secret personnel security clearance.

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