CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Business Systems Analyst in Albany, Georgia

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Business Systems Analyst

Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)

City: Albany, Georgia, United States

Position ID: J0618-1408

Employment Type: Full Time

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Position Description:

CGI Federal is looking for a Business Systems Analyst to work on technical application development projects and systems analysis projects for MARCORLOGCOM. The Business Systems Analyst will be the conduit between the user population and the development team for a cloud based emerging technology.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

• Act as a technical liaison between customers, service engineering teams and support

• Participate in user traning and support sessions

• Participate in all facets of SDLC methods including analysis, design, and development of modern IT applications. Excellent oral and written communications skills particularly conveying complex technical concepts to program-oriented clients.

• Researches existing applications, system data, business processes and constraints to evaluate current and future system capabilities

• Work with senior client technical managers and staff. Advise on application design, systems requirements, and all phases of the SDLC and best practices.

• Create current and future business process designs and work flows to identify areas for improvement

• Track progress on various initiatives and make decisions / recommendations to mitigate risk, ensure timely responses and escalate appropriately as required. Identifies issues that may be a risk to the project and communicates the risks and possible mitigations to the team and clients.

• Work closely with business process analysts and both program and technical clients to develop technology systems that meet business requirements and mission.

• Offer recommendations for improvements in systems, applications, processes, and solving problems that may arise in the course of the SDLC.

• Oversee configuration management, software integration, managing and analyzing software test results, as well as remediating for poor test results

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

PMP Certification is required.

• In depth knowledge of Marine Corps and MARCORLOGCOM's policies and procedures specific to inventory control and equipment accountability

• Knowledge of MARCORLOGCOM G4 business processes

• Experience with DoD's Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR)

• Experience in developing and implimenting efficient quality measurement systems

• Skilled in data analysis and developing reporting mechanisms and presentations to support system integration and sustainment.

• Must have excellent commnication skills, written and verbal

• US Citizenship is required.

• Experience working within software development or Internet-related industries

• High level of comfort communicating effectively across internal and external organizations

• Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with executives, IT Management, and developers.

• Strong written communication skills

• Demonstrated ability to adapt to new technologies and learn quickly


• Experience with Stock Control System (SCS), DPAS, MDR, and GCSS-MC

• Defense Logistics Management Standards (DLMS)

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