The Leidos Corporation is seeking an Enterprise Business Process and Data Analyst for the ESA IV program. ESA IV is an IT Services program supporting several customers within the Department of Justice. The program provides a range of IT services, including help desk, deskside support, Windows workstation engineering and maintenance, managed print services, ITSM, Active Directory services, and video conferencing, among others.
The Enterprise Business Process and Data Analyst (Analyst) is responsible for developing a clear understanding of the existing business and data domains for an ESA IV customer project. The individual selected for this position should have a broad technical background along with in-depth knowledge of business functional processes. The Analyst is responsible for analyzing and measuring the effectiveness of existing business processes and developing sustainable, repeatable and quantifiable business process improvements. Duties include researching best business practices within and outside the organization, collecting and analyzing process data to initiate, develop and recommend business practices and procedures that focus on enhanced safety, increased productivity, and reduced cost. Additionally, duties may include determining how new information technologies can support reengineering of core business processes. The candidate should have the ability to multitask and juggle numerous priorities. The ability to clearly articulate technical messages for a variety of audiences, both through written and verbal means, will be a critical skill necessary for success in this position.
The Analyst shall review the customer’s documentation describing various major business functions. The Analyst shall conduct and document interviews with leadership and designated stakeholders to collect information leading to an organized set of data that addresses an understanding of the major activities that drives the customer’s mission. The Analyst is expected to determine what the various business functions are and how staff do what the documentation says they do and to document the types of data that come out of the process, with a particular emphasis on understanding the record retention policy of each and what the level of mission criticality of each. Completing that, the contractor shall document the major interfaces between and among the various groups, and identify the major business processes so that they can be optimized – for example, COOP. In partnership with other members of the ESA IV team, the Analyst will develop an architecture of IT services and solutions which will support the existing and newly documented business processes.
The Analyst is responsible for preparing weekly status reports, enterprise technical and business architectural documents, logical data diagrams and data/records catalogs.
This position will be based at the ESA IV Program Office in Washington, DC. Regular visits to various customer offices, mostly within walking distance of the Program Office, are expected.
The individual selected to this position must successful complete a security investigation by the government.
This position is not eligible for telework. Relocation may be considered.
EDUCATION amp; EXPERIENCE: Typically requires Bachelors with 8 – 10 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6 – 10 years of prior relevant experience.