The Kenjya-Trusant Group seeks a Database Management Specialist to support an existing contract in the Annapolis Junction area.
Clearance Requirement - TS/SCI with active polygraph
- Supports the Cryptographic Infrastructure Solutions program as a Data Management Specialist in the Linthicum area. This important program defines minimum security and interoperability network requirements, evaluates the design of cryptographic network products, and guides the development of encryption products that meet the needs of the DoD and the Intelligence Community.
- Support the organization’s efforts to move to the next generation of encryption products by assisting in the creation of data and configuration management standards.
- Improvie processes for data and knowledge sharing within the Organization.
- Must have outstanding technical, interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills. Candidates will interact with a wide variety of Government and Contractor employees.
- Candidates need to be self-motivated and able to integrate themselves into the customer’s organization with minimal guidance or supervision.
- Uuse your data management, configuration management, knowledge sharing, and government service experience, to help ensure affordable, supportable and effective systems are delivered to the customer.
- Expertise will help control the factors that influence communication, data sharing, cost, schedule, performance, and risk. You will play a vital role in ensuring the success of a critical Intelligence Community program.
- Five (5) years of demonstrated experience in Data Management; knowledge of document management processes and software; knowledge of how to create, implement, and maintain data file structures, knowledge of the use of system utilities to troubleshoot faulty database information.
- Clear understanding of the DoD 5000 acquisition process, C4ISR/DoDAF documentation requirements, record keeping and archiving processes, and system engineering is highly desirable
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