GDIT’s Military Health IT Team is HIRING a Lead Analyst to support the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency’s (AFMRA) Integrated Test Project, Evaluation & Analytical Support Services program in Fort Detrick, Maryland.
The Lead Analyst performs a variety of broad engineering tasks, which involve design and implementation, including personnel, hardware, software, and support facilities and equipment. In this role you will supervises a contractor team of engineers and subject matter expertise through project completion. You will possess technical editor capabilities to assist as needed with the generation of test documents and reports.
Assists Operational Medicine Test & Evaluation (OMT&E) test directors, providing operational test expertise, test planning, cost estimation, test program time estimation test data collection, analysist and reporting
Supports OMT&E test directors in early tester involvement through participation on high performance teams assuring testability of Air Force Medical System capability requirement documents, test evaluation strategy documents, test cost estimates, and test evaluation master plans.
Assists OMT&E test directors to compose and execute assessment execution documents, data collection sheets, collect and collate test data, analyze collected test data, craft test reports.
Uses established OMT&E templates, flow charts and timelines to accomplish the above to meet test director deliverables.
Participates in analysis of test data collected to make recommendations to the test director regarding suitability and effectiveness of equipment tested.
Identification of equipment and systems under test malfunctions and issues requiring creation and submission of deficiency reports.
Completes reports accurately within established timelines for action by the requisite test director and Integrated Test Teams (ITT).
Looks for opportunities to combine operational and developmental test events to create integrated test opportunities. Suggests improvement to test schedules and overall efforts to decrease time and cost to the assigned test director.
Maintains familiarity and competency in latest Director of Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E), Joint and Air Force acquisition and test policies and instructions.
Composes and conducts OMT&E Immersion Brief and Non-Traditional Assessment Methods training courses (1-2 days) for OMT&E.
Proposes updates and improvements to OMT&E test templates, procedures, and policies to test directors and the OMT&E Deputy Chief in order to improve quality, performance, decrease time or costs of operational test and evaluation.
Proposes updates and improvements to OMT&E test templates, procedures, and policies to test directors, Program Manager and OMT&E Deputy Chief in order to improve quality, performance, decrease time or costs of operational test.
Bachelor’s degree in medical life sciences, mathematics, computer science, engineering, or management
At least two (2) years of experience as a lead analyst
Working knowledge in operational test and evaluation
Record of course completion from Defense Acquisition University (DAU) in the following areas: test, acquisition, systems engineering, contracting, market research, and/or requirements
Must be a US Citizen and able to obtain a NACI clearance
Prior/current military experience
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