System Requirements Analyst

Key Role:
Integrate with existing requirements management and configuration team resources to manage end-to-end configuration. Elicit, document, analyze, manage, and test existing and new Air Force operations and material control functionality and requirements. Draft and present requirements analysis to team members and the Air Force client. Analyze and revise existing system difficulties and documentation, as necessary. Develop use cases and other required supplemental documentation supporting system capabilities and requirements.
Basic Qualifications:
-4 years of experience with working in a team environment
-4 years of experience with the DoD
-2 years of experience with supporting, eliciting, analyzing, or tracking functional requirements
-2 years of experience with performing software testing or user acceptance testing activities
-Experience with developing system use cases
-Experience with Microsoft Office
-Secret clearance required
-BA or BS degree
Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with supporting an Air Force civil engineer
-Experience in interfacing with clients through varied methods, including in-person and technical
-Experience with TRIRIGA or Maximo
-Experience with developing briefs and presentations
-Possession of excellent writing skills
-Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
-Possession of excellent time and task management skills
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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Job: Information Technology
Title: System Requirements Analyst
Location: Virginia-Arlington
Requisition ID: 01221718 0ed4f7d3ef9c4cea98e8f0eabacda321

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