• Configuration Management Analyst

    Job Location US-VA-King George
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/26/2018 8:21 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Configuration Management
  • Overview

    SCCI is seeking a Configuration Management Analyst to join our Configuration Management (CM) team.  This position provides support to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) and is located in Dahlgren, VA.


    • Establishes and maintains equipment and firmware attributes associated with Configuration Identification (CI) data.
    • Identifies process improvements and updates standard operating processes accordingly.
    • Updates and monitors baseline documentation for incorporation into Baseline Module of Advanced Configuration Control and Engineering Status Accounting System (ACCESS).
    • Maintains all approved and unapproved nomenclatures ensuring only approved nomenclatures are used for status accounting purposes.
    • Maintains all files containing approved Nomenclature Assignment Requests (NARs). Conducts nomenclature analysis of all Configuration Item Requests, verifying Configuration Identification.  Verification is done using the Approved Nomenclature Assignment request when available,  various Part Number programs, associated documents, Participating Acquisition Resource Manager (PARM) information and In Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) consultation.
    • Obtains hard copies from the Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System (JETDAS) database, Configuration Management Reference Material (CMRM) database and from the vendor when necessary.
    • Analyzes proposed Engineering Changes for impact relative to the identification/re-identification of affected equipment and computer programs.  This assessment includes accuracy of stated identification, determination of impact to "Next Higher Assembly", an evaluation of interchangeability, identification relationships, recommended solution if corrective action is required, and synopsis of overall assessment.
    • Establishes ship and maintains initial ship configuration breakdown in accordance with shipbuilding contract milestones in ACCESS.
    • Participates in test efforts from the result of enhancements to ACCESS. 
      • Provide scenarios, test scripts and conducts testing in accordance with requirement documentation.
      • Develops requirements for upgrades to configuration identification modules. 
      • Provides CI input to customer service requests at the Change Control Board (CCB) and Change Review Board(CRB).



    Essential Skills and Experience:

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen and have an Active Secret Security Clearance
    • 5-8 years of Configuration Management experience, specifically in Configuration Identification (CI).
    • Demonstrated experience reading and interpreting engineering drawings.
    • Strong research and analytical skills.
    • Ability to effectively communicate across all organizational levels to include co-workers, managers, and government customers.
    • Ability to multi-task, work well independently as well as in a team environment.
    • Experience reviewing Nomenclature Assignment Requests (NARs).
    • Proficient with MS-Office, including PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Access.
    • Ability and willingness to support occasional travel requirements.

    Preferred skills and Experience:

    • Bachelor's Degree in a technical field or related discipline.
    • Prior board support or auditing experience.
    • Experience using:
      • SharePoint Advanced Change Control and Engineering Status System (ACCESS)
      • Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System (JETDAS)
      • Configuration Management Reference Material (CMRM)
      • Other related Navy CM databases
    • Experience using and creating reports in Discoverer, Business Objects or similar ad-hoc reporting tools.


    SCCI is committed to providing a comprehensive and competitive benefits package to meet the needs of employees and their families. EOE of Minorities, Females, Veterans, Disabilities. 


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