G-Invoicing Program Business Analyst

Washington, DC

G-Invoicing Program Business Analyst

Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)

Main location: United States, District of Columbia, Washington

Position ID: J0224-0700

Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

Looking to take that next leap in your career? Come build your career with us on an exciting and dynamic program supporting Federal Law Enforcement. We are looking for an experienced team member to support the ongoing pilot of G-Invoicing. This support includes ongoing support of existing G-Invoicing agreements in Production, supporting and developing a strategy to transition in-flight orders, and implementing new G-Invoicing enhancements with Momentum 8.1. Knowledge of inter-governmental business or federal financial systems is required. Role is flexible and leadership opportunities are available.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

Candidate will support a team responsible for the following duties: Production support, requirements elucidation, system and interface configuration, design and development of new functionality and solutions (as needed), testing and validation, and maintaining production operations procedures.

Working in coordination with the Program Manager and other business analysts and government project team members (client) to complete the project requirements on schedule and with high quality.

A successful candidate would be able to work independently and with team members well. Manage and/or support all configuration management tasks; interface system configuration tasks, and change requests as necessitated by new or existing requirements. Additionally, the ideal candidate would be able to:

• Plan and oversee all testing associated with changes and/or enhancement implementation.

• Support business SMEs to design and test customizations according to client specifications.

• Lead demos of functionality and run weekly project status meetings with various stakeholders.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

• Top Secret Security Clearance

• Bachelor's Degree required.

• Experience with at least Momentum Financials or G-Invoicing software, both preferred.

Ability to communicate well and effectively face-to-face, by phone and email with clients and colleagues

Desired:

• Knowledge of Atlassian Jira

• Knowledge of Momentum IPAC/G-Invoicing module

• Experience working in a classified environment with sensitive data

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Skills:

  • Business Analysis

  • Customer Service & Support

  • Momentum Financials

What you can expect from us:

Insights you can act on

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