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Be part of a growing team implementing mission-critical solutions for Government customers! If you are ambitious, dedicated and motivated by the chance to implement a GOTS/COTS software solution that will positively impact the United States Army of the 21st century for the foreseeable future; this project promises to deliver and needs your expertise for the near and long-term future.
Team CGI is looking to build a diverse team of functional, technical, and development experts that can work in an AGILE environment to create a unified system that supports the United States Army across the Institutional, Operational, and Self-Development training arenas to maximize soldier readiness.
Your future duties and responsibilities
The Configuration and Data Manager (CDM) directs the change management process and maintains the system documentation. The CDM must have experience in maintaining and updating documentation using basic publication standards.
Coordinate with the customer for change control policy implementing processes in support of ATIS system and Enterprise solution for United States Army. Develop and maintain change control processes and ensure Team CGI is aware of changes that may affect the Design, Build, Test, and Delivery in the ATIS system within an AGILE/SAFe iterative approach. Analyze changes for impacts on configuration, current environment, and performance. Prepare change assessments for the CCB and, as required, brief the CCB on the change. Upon approval develop release packages for the change. Monitor the impact of the change in the development, test, and production environments, recommend rollbacks if required.
• Own the Configuration Management System (CMS)
• Within an operational context, this includes internal configuration management database (CMDB)
• Plan, publicize and oversee implementation of an updated Configuration Management System (CMS).
• Ensure that the CMS is populated with CIs according to policy
• Ensure maintenance of the CMS
• Ensure that CIs are uniquely identified with naming conventions. Ensures that staff comply with identification standards for object types, environments, processes, life-cycles, documentation, versions, formats, baselines, releases and templates.
• Within an operations context:
• Use or provide the CMDB to facilitate impact assessment for change requests and to ensure that implemented Changes are as authorized.
• Create Change records, configuration baselines, and package Release records in order to specify the effect on CIs of an authorized Change. Ensures any changes to Change authorization records are themselves subject to Change Management procedures. Ensures that the CMDB is updated when a Change is implemented.
• Provide the CMDB to help identify other CIs affected by a fault that is affecting a CI.
• Carry out the Process Manager responsibilities for the Configuration Management process
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• Due to the nature of this government contract, US Citizenship and the ability to obtain a DOD Secret Clearance is required.
• Strong understanding of change control and prior change management and control experience.
• Bachelor’s degree with 10 year’s experience.
• The CDM must hold a certification (National Defense Industrial Association preferred).
• Must have experience in configuration planning, management, identification, control, status accounting, verification and audits, and Release/delivery.
• ITIL certification required
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