The Leidos Intelligence Group has an opening for a fully cleared Business Process Analyst who is seeking a rewarding and challenging opportunity for an Intelligence Community (IC) customer in Northern Virginia. This is a new position with tremendous opportunity for personal and professional growth, an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys supporting an important mission in the National Security arena.
This position will report to a Federal building in Chantilly, VA. Occasional local POV travel to other buildings in the region may be required for meetings.
The Business Process Analyst (BPA) will serve as a trusted advisor to the client, serving as a project manager, process expert, and IT liaison in support of a holistic program rollout. The BPA will:
- Design and develop program implementation roadmaps to include process, technology, and communication plans,
- Ensure timely development and submission of project deliverables, to include project schedule and reports, status briefs and presentations, and strategic recommendations,
- Coordinate with cross discipline team members to ensure all parties are on track with project requirements, deadlines, and schedules,
- Manager stakeholder expectations and obtain acceptance of project deliverables and satisfaction within project transition period,
- Establish and maintain programmatic structure and discipline throughout the project lifecycle to facilitate team adherence to the project management framework methodology,
- Conduct meetings with team members to proactively identify and resolve issues,
- Coordinate the development of user manuals, training materials, and other documents as needed to ensure successful implementation and transition to the Government PM,
- Develop measures of success criteria for pre and post project implementation evaluation and identifying successful and unsuccessful project elements,
- Identify successful and unsuccessful project elements, risks, lessons learned, and develop and implement mitigation strategies.
- TS/ SCI with polygraph clearance is required
- Bachelor’s Degree and 8-12 years of relevant experience.
- 5+ years’ experience working as a Business Process Analyst, Business Liaison, Systems Integrator, or comparable role managing the implementation of IT systems/projects, either in a Program Management Office (PMO) or for the classified client
- Excellent verbal and communication skills with the ability to communicate technical concepts to a variety of audiences, both in person and in writing
- Strong inter-personal skills, collaboration and teambuilding skills, and the ability to interact effectively with various stakeholders
- Ability to work well under pressure with strong customer service skills
- Keen flexibility and creativity; ability to identify and respond to evolving priorities and identify solutions to problems
- Strong organizational skills, sound judgement, and flexibility to adapt and adjust to changing priorities
- Ability to plan, set goals, and determine strategies for accomplishing results, as well as monitor, evaluate and report on progress towards goals
- Lean Six Sigma, Project/Program Management, or similar experience is highly desired
- Experience with the classified client’s project management framework and protocols
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