Functional Analyst

Organization
The Tauri Group
Job Location
Edwood, MD
Salary
$107K
Benefits

The Tauri Group offers competitive salary and benefits package including 401(k) with employer match, medical, dental, and vision insurance.  EEO employer.  To find out more about use please visit our website at:  www.TauriGroup.com

Job Description

Functional Analyst

HHS Healthcare and Surveillance Systems

Edgewood MD

The Tauri Group

 

Immediate hire!

Must have Secret Clearance

Start of Work Date:  1 October 2015

The Tauri Group, an innovator in analytical consulting, applies creative, responsive problem solving to homeland security, defense, and space enterprises. Government agencies and multinational contractors trust our objectivity and vision. They know we bring the leading minds in homeland security, technology, aerospace, arms control, public health, and more to tackle issues with no easy answers. Our projects are at the forefront of today's world of security, defense, science, and technology.

We are searching for a Functional Analyst to support an HHS/DOD Army Public Health Command in Edgewood MD. The Functional Analyst will:

Requirements
  • The functional analyst will support HHS/DoD related healthcare and surveillance systems efforts as assigned.

  • identify, document, prioritize, and gather functional occupational and environmental health surveillance requirements from DoD and inter-agency stakeholders.

  • identify and document current and proposed future state workflows in order to determine, analyze, and document functional requirements and develop technical specifications.

  • The contractor shall become a SME in the functional requirements of the Joint Health Risk Management (JHRM) program.

  • analyze occupational and environmental health surveillance requirements related documents (i.e., CBAs, ICDs, CDDs, and CPDs) and provide written recommendations on requirements for potential new programs for future capabilities needed to support new CBRN Defense/Combating WMD concepts.  In addition, the contractor shall routinely prepare white papers and briefings to document analysis results and recommendations.

  • participate in analyses of alternatives, system analyses, and system design.

  • work with IPTs or working groups comprised of civilians, military and non-Government personnel, and matrix support staff with diverse areas of expertise, to include program managers, budget analysts, regulatory specialists, acquisition analysts, and logisticians.  As a member of these IPTs or working groups, the contractor shall record minutes and taskings; and write and/or contribute to the development of CONOPS, briefs, and other products that supports acquisition-related documentation.

  • record and proofread minutes and taskings lists resulting from meetings attended and distribute them for review and action.

 

Education and Experience Required

  • Education:  Master’s degree in Business Administration or a related field -AND- fifteen (15) years of program management experience and ten (10) years of relevant experience (i.e., Business Process Re-engineering).

  • expert knowledge in, and be fully conversant with, the DoD 5000 systems acquisition process and understand and apply its processes to the development of information systems.

  • knowledge of health risk management and occupational and environmental health surveillance, to include how these areas are applied in the DoD environment.

  • maintain current and relevant technical knowledge and skills, applying them to the job as necessary.

  • Level III acquisition certification equivalency.

  • ten (10) years of working experience with Microsoft Office, to include MS Outlook, MS Project, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, and MS Word.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please forward your resume along with a cover letter outlining your experience and salary expectations to Ddyke@TauriGroup.com

About Our Organization

The Tauri Group, an innovator in analytical consulting, applies creative, responsive problem solving to homeland security, defense, and space enterprises. Government agencies and multinational contractors trust our objectivity and vision. They know we bring the leading minds in homeland security, technology, aerospace, arms control, public health, and more to tackle issues with no easy answers. Our projects are at the forefront of today's world of security, defense, science, and technology.

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