Duties and Responsibilities:
Under general supervision, formulates and defines systems scope and objectives through research combined with a basic understanding of business systems and industry requirements.
Requires a good working knowledge of business systems lifecycle and functional user needs.
Able to understand the day-to-day operational needs of customers, identify moderately complex business process and system problems and propose solutions that meet user needs.
Analyzes business and user needs, documents requirements and translates into proper system specifications.
Required to write clear documentation, produce use cases, high level and detailed requirements and requirements traceability documents.
Acts as liaison between end-user communities, stakeholders and service providers within an enterprise.
Interacts effectively with users and clarifies requirements.
Develops or modifies procedures to solve moderately complex problems within information systems.
Collaborates with team members to support development of design documents, test scripts, and end-user training.
Detail oriented and organized; able to understand work problems and procedures and ensure accuracy of work and careful documentation.
Reviews the work of others and be able to detect errors or needed modifications.
May be required to train and provide clear guidance to less experienced staff.
A current Secret clearance is required.
Typically requires bachelor’s degree or equivalent, and 2-4 years related experience.
While not essential, experience in any of the following Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) areas is a bonus:
Experience in Service Budget preparation Experience in Defense Agency Budget preparation Experience with OUSD(C) budget preparation Experience with OSD CAPE program preparation Experience with Service/Defense Agency PPBE systems Experience with OSD PPBE systems Experience with OMB budget systems Experience with DoD Accounting Reports Experience with DoD OMB budget reporting preparation Experience with DoD Congressional budget reporting preparations Knowledge of relevant budgetary laws, and guidance provided by OMB, Congress, and DOD.