ReliaSource

Information Technology Specialist

US-MD-Baltimore
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1306
# of Openings
3
Category
Information Technology

Overview

A career at ReliaSource is much more than a consulting opportunity. People who join our organization are joining one of the fastest growing providers of technology consulting services and solutions in the region, and have the opportunity to apply their experience to challenging and rewarding opportunities where their contributions will be appreciated.

 

ReliaSource is seeking an Information Technology Specialist (ITS) at entry (level 1), journeyman (level 2), and advanced levels (level 3-4).

 

We anticipate positions within (not limited to) the following locations: Baltimore MD, Woodlawn MD, Northern VA, Washington DC, and Durham NC.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • The Information Technology Specialist formulates and prepares computer programs used for systems performance measurement and security; participates in the quality assurance review of all new systems development activities; and identifies and provides solutions to technical systems software problems.
  • Possesses hardware and technical software operations knowledge for medium to large scale computer installations; job submission and output criteria and how to debug systems to prevent or resolve errors or malfunctions; data access control techniques and procedures; and machine capabilities and procedures for their effective utilization.

Qualifications

Level 1 requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher AND one year entry level IT experience (basic/Entry level IT certifications may substitute for experience)

Level 2 requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher AND three years intermediate level IT experience (intermediate level IT certifications may substitute for experience)

Level 3 requires a Master’s degree or higher AND five years advanced level IT experience, including experience in emerging technologies (advanced level IT certifications may substitute for experience.

 

The following applies to Level 3 of this position (ITS3):

  • Demonstrates the experience and ability to manage enterprise-wide information technology projects. Qualifying experience must include experience deploying solutions across organizations with more than 40,000 users across multiple geographic locations and using multiple data center architectures. 
  • Must demonstrate extensive knowledge of industry best-practices and lessons-learned in enterprise IT projects and deployments, and experience in the development of best-practices for enterprise size clients.
  • Demonstrates the experience and ability to work without technical oversight and to lead and/or supervise a team of specialists.
  • Possesses superior oral and written communications skills in order to clearly and effectively convey issues, reports, and other deliverables to SSA counterparts.
  • Possesses knowledge of Federal laws and regulations, directives, instructions, policy, standards and guidance so that requirements ensure for security and privacy compliance.
  • Possesses knowledge of FedRAMP requirements and guidance.
  • Leads and/or directs the efforts of specialists on project(s) across components and/or technical areas.
  • Provides guidance and direction across components and acts in a consulting and/or advisory capacity.
  • Manages enterprise-wide IT projects.
  • Manages architecture, engineering, deployment, and operations.
  • Recommends and implements best-practices in the development and delivery of IT services.
  • Provides technical expertise, support, oversight, and needs analysis in functional areas such as, but not limited to, design and development of appropriate IT solutions and architectures, creation of information and decision papers on IT issues, assistance in the development of IT standards, review of logical and physical database and application design, change control and problem resolution, validation and stress-testing of IT solutions, and facilitating the use of IT solutions by end-users.
  • Leads process and data modeling initiatives in support of planning and analysis efforts using both manual and automated tools.
  • Applies an enterprise-wide set of disciplines for the planning, analysis, design, construction, reverse-engineering, and reengineering of information systems on an enterprise-wide basis or across a major sector of the enterprise.
  • Develops, integrates, and deploys enterprise solutions.
  • Engineers and manages hardware and software architectures and ensures compatibility and optimal integration of multiple systems. Responsible for technical architecture adherence to plans and specifications.
  • Leads the formulation, review, and recommendation of solutions to customer problems based on prior experience and hands-on understanding of how products and services interrelate and support the customer mission.
  • Performs needs analysis to define opportunities for new and improved business and process solutions.
  • Oversees the performance of feasibility studies and trade off analyses to define system scope and objectives.
  • Develops cost estimates for new or modified systems.

 

The following applies to Level 2 of this position (ITS2):

 

  • Possesses substantive Information Technology knowledge and has a hands-on background and/or training in areas of analysis of problems and technical requirements in the computing, networking, and application areas.
  • Possesses experience in evaluating, implementing, and supporting the use of appropriate solutions for these problems and requirements.
  • Demonstrates the experience and ability to provide technical expertise and leadership in exploring, planning, and developing solutions to customer problems.
  • Qualifying experience must include experience in evaluating, implementing, and supporting the use of appropriate solutions for a variety of computing, networking, and application challenges.
  • Demonstrates the experience and ability to work independently and/or to lead or supervise a team of specialists.
  • Possesses strong oral and written communications skills in order to clearly and effectively convey issues, reports, and other deliverables to SSA counterparts.
  • Possesses knowledge of Federal laws and regulations, directives, instructions, policy, standards and guidance so that requirements ensure for security and privacy compliance.
  • Possesses knowledge of FedRAMP requirements and guidance.
  • Leads and/or directs the efforts of specialists on project(s).
  • Provides technical expertise in more than one technical area/component including, but not limited to: design and development of IT solutions; developing IT standards; review of logical and physical database and application design; change control and problem resolution; validation and testing; and facilitating the use of new solutions with customers and providing a mechanism for feedback and review.
  • Leads process and data modeling initiatives, reverse engineering and re-engineering initiatives, compatibility analyses, and other processes, or components thereof.

 

The following applies to Level 1 of this position (ITS1):

 

  • Demonstrates the ability to provide analysis of problems and technical requirements in the computing and application areas.
  • Possesses experience in evaluating, implementing, and supporting the use of appropriate solutions for these problems and requirements.
  • Demonstrates the ability to work with some technical oversight and/or as a member of a team in a variety of roles ranging from providing assistance to assuming limited leadership.
  • Possesses oral and written communications skills in order to clearly and effectively convey issues, reports, and other deliverables to SSA counterparts.
  • Possesses knowledge of Federal laws and regulations, directives, instructions, policy, standards and guidance so that requirements ensure for security and privacy compliance. This is critical to prevent delays later in the SDLC.
  • Possesses knowledge of FedRAMP requirements and guidance.
  • Provides limited support in functional areas such as, but not limited to design and development of IT solutions; developing IT standards; review of logical and physical database and application design; change control and problem resolution; validation and testing; and, facilitating the use of new solutions with customers and providing a mechanism for feedback and review.
  • Provides limited assistance in process and data modeling initiatives in support of planning and analysis efforts using both manual and automated tools.
  • Assists in application of reverse-engineering and reengineering disciplines to develop migration strategic and planning documents.
  • Assists in developing, integrating, and deploying enterprise solutions.
  • Assists in the review and recommendation of solutions to customer problems.

 

Applicants selected for this position will require a Public Trust clearance and background screening. Applicants selected for a security clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirement for access to classified information.

 

ReliaSource is an IT services company specializing in information assurance, cyber security solutions, systems engineering, and relocation services for government and private sectors. We provide program management, management consulting, technical engineering, infrastructure management and operation, and advanced data architecture solutions. We serve U.S. federal government (DOD, Civilian and Intel), state, local and commercial sectors, as well as large government integrators. ReliaSource was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.


DISCLAIMER:

 

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position.

Unlike other company’s ReliaSource believes in our employees, our most valuable resource! Our employees are able to participate in a variety of ReliaSource paid premium benefits.

ReliaSource is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ReliaSource provides equal employment opportunity for all persons, in all facets of employment. ReliaSource maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks.

If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to use or access our online system, please contact us on our home page www.ReliaSource.net

 

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