This positon supports the Open Source Enterprise. It requires and independent problem solver who can identify, research and resolve problems across a wide range of areas as they arise. The individual will use their initiative to create processes and adjust workflows related to requirements management within the organization.
OSCAR-MS is the open source collection requirements tool. The candidate will regularly update the Sponsor task manager with metrics and other evaluation data on the tool and the content it tracks.
Engage in content management activity on the Open Source Collection Management Space located on line for all collection plans (standing and dynamic) and any new product line that follows. These duties entail changing the layout of the web page whenever necessary, adding new plans and removing older plans from specific AOR pages and the unique Hot Topics category, updating plans as required when there is missing content and providing web site tutorials to new collection management specialists when necessary.
Collect requirements metrics for sponsor managers
Conduct detailed and thorough line-by-line review of each standing and dynamic collection plan when the collection management specialist for each region submits them.
Reference the Production Tradecraft Team (PTT) OPS and Style Guide and become familiar with the manual so that edits are incorporated into every collection plan.
Track the number of productized collection plans.
Keep metrics for all collection plans that are expected, under review and released for Executive Staff manager and congressional taskings
Create graphs is excel that can be shared with collection manager to inform OSE groups fo their progress and readership.
Manage Community collection requirements received via OSCAR-MS.
Provide content management assistance consistent of mining articles and other specialized content relevant to OSE tradecraft or digital trends.
Support content management activities by coordinating with authors of substantive material for posting to OSE’s tradecraft repository and working with technical POC’s to make posts aesthetically pleasing and interactive, when possible.
Bachelors degree and 2 years of relevant experience. Work experience can be used/combined with education
Ability to identify and resolve problems independently
TS/SCI with poly
Experience with Open Source mission
Understanding of Open Source requirements process
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
External Referral Bonus $:5000
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI with Polygraph
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
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