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GSA Contract Number - GS-35F-068GA

Professional Software Engineering, Inc.
(t/a PROSOFT)

780 Lynnhaven Parkway, Suite 350
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452-7309
757-431-2400

SERVICES SKILL CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS

1. Senior Manager

Minimum General Experience: Ten or more years of experience in related field including seven years of supervisory or management experience. Should have experience as a Program Manager.

Functional Responsibility: The Senior Manager provides top-level leadership and generally supervises two or more programs/projects at multiple geographic sites. Formulates and enforces work standards; and solves complex technical, administrative, and management problems. Serves as top-level interface with Government management personnel. Provides verbal and written skills required at all management levels to maintain complete program control.

Education: Bachelors Degree in related field or equivalent experience. (Masters Degree preferred)

2. Program Manager

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years of experience in related field including five years of supervisory or management experience. Experience should include managing financial aspects of contracts.

Functional Responsibility: The Program Manager provides leadership and overall technical direction; formulates and enforces work standards; and solves complex technical, administrative, and management problems. Serves as the single authorized interface with Government management personnel. Provides verbal and written skills required at all management levels to maintain complete program control.

Education: Bachelors Degree in related field or equivalent experience.

3. Project Manager

Minimum General Experience: Six or more years of experience in related field including at least four years of supervisory experience.

Functional Responsibility: The Project Manager is responsible for all aspects of project performance and provides overall direction to all project activities and personnel. He formulates and enforces work standards, assigns project schedules, reviews work, supervises project personnel and communicates policies and organizational goals and objectives to all project personnel. Provides verbal and written skills required at all management levels to maintain complete project control.

Education: Bachelors Degree in related field or equivalent experience.

4. Principal Systems Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Twelve years of technical experience performing requirements analysis and systems design for enterprise-wide or large-scale computer and information systems. Requires in-depth understanding of structured analysis and complex architecture design, concepts, and methods. Possesses state-of-the-art knowledge of the in open systems standards (e.g., OSI, ISO, OSE, TAFIM), design methodologies and tools such as entity relationships, data flow diagrams, IDEF1x, object oriented principles, and system engineering practices.

Functional Responsibility: Evaluates work flows, organizational processes and procedures and develops enterprise-wide or large-scale computer/information management system solutions. Designs architecture to include the software, hardware, and communications to support the total requirement. Provides for present and future cross-functional requirements and interfaces. Ensures systems are compliant and compatible with open systems architecture standards. Provides Team Leadership and establishes technical responsibilities of team members.

Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field. (Master's Degree preferred).

5. Senior Systems Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Ten or more years of technical experience performing requirements analysis and systems design for enterprise-wide or large-scale computer and information systems. Requires in-depth understanding of structured analysis and complex architecture design, concepts, and methods. Possesses state-of-the-art knowledge of the in open systems standards (e.g., OSI, ISO, OSE, TAFIM), design methodologies and tools such as entity relationships, data flow diagrams, IDEF1x, object oriented principles, and system engineering practices.

Functional Responsibility: Evaluates work flows, organizational processes and procedures and develops enterprise-wide or large-scale computer/information management system solutions. Designs architecture to include the software, hardware, and communications to support the total requirement. Provides for present and future cross-functional requirements and interfaces. Ensures systems are compliant and compatible with open systems architecture standards. May provide daily supervision to project staff.

Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field. (Master's Degree preferred)

6. Senior Systems Analyst

Minimum General Experience: More than eight years of technical experience analyzing and designing computer systems. Possesses knowledge of current storage and retrieval methods and demonstrated ability to formulate and develop specifications and requirements for computer programmers to use in coding, testing, and debugging computer programs.

Functional Responsibility: Provides technical direction for personnel performing system and software development tasks including the review of products for quality. Coordinates with Project Manager to ensure problem solution and customer satisfaction. Makes recommendations for approval of major computer system installations. Prepare milestone status reports and presentations on system concepts. Provides daily supervision to supporting analysts and technicians.

Education: B. S. in computer science or related field or equivalent years of experience.

7. Systems Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Five years technical experience analyzing and supporting the design of computer systems.

Functional Responsibility: Analyzes user interfaces, workload and computer usage, outside system interfaces, downtime, system modifications, upgrades, and information to be processed. Defines problems and develops system requirements.

Education: Bachelors degree in related field or equivalent experience.

8. Senior Programmer

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years experience within the software industry. Possesses detailed knowledge of software design and attendant programs. Is familiar with Computer aided Software Engineering (CASE) Tools. Possesses knowledge of system and database management concepts. Is expert in one or more programming languages such as C++ or COBOL.

Functional Responsibility: Provides advanced programming services for a variety of specific systems and business, military, scientific, or commercial applications. Participates at all levels in systems analysis, design definition, software development, systems test, implementation, and maintenance. Analyzes coding problems and develops improvements to procedures. Exercises independent judgment. May supervise subordinate programming staff.

Education: Bachelors degree in Computer Science.

9. Programmer

Minimum General Experience: Over four years of general experience within the software industry. One to three years of technical experience designing and programming in advanced programming languages. Competent in analyzing functional business applications and design specifications for functional activities. Possesses knowledge of computer equipment and the ability to develop software to satisfy design objectives. Requires competence in analysis and design of system applications. Possesses knowledge of system and database management concepts and the use of programming languages such as C++ and COBOL. Possesses knowledge of state-of-the-art software/database engineering methodologies, CASE tools, and design techniques, as well as applicable software/database standards.

Functional Repsonsibility: Develops block diagrams and logic flow charts. Translates detailed design into computer software. Supports testing, debugging, and refining the computer software to produce the required product. Prepares program-level and user-level documentation. Enhances software to reduce operating time or improve efficiency.

Education: Bachelors degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.

10. Junior Programmer

Minumum General Experience: Zero to three years experience within the software industry.

Functional Responsibility: Performs elementary programming tasks which closely follow patterns of previously completed projects. Under supervision performs system analysis and program design, develops and tests software, prepares system documentation and specifications, and maintains existing software.

Education: Associates degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.

11. Computer Training Specialist

Minimum General Experience: Three to five years of experience developing and conducting courses to educate technical and non-technical personnel in computer technology fields. Competence preparing curriculum and teaching documents such as lesson plans, training manuals, and computer based training materials. Capable of operating multimedia and distance learning equipment.

Functional Responsibility: Collects, organizes, and composes training materials. Conducts training courses and seminars. May provide one-on-one coaching and assistance, as well as assisting with automated training materials or computer-based training (CBT).

Education: Bachelors degree or equivalent.

12. Senior Database Administrator

Minimum General Experience: Five years experience in database design and development for large-scale access, queries, and storage. Experience in connecting database to external applications, web interfaces, and client tools. Has knowledge of current and emerging database tools, strategies, and technologies. Has minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience with specialized tools such as Oracle or MS SQL Server, Transact-SQL, MS Access, etc.

Functional Responsibility: Designs database table structure and columns, programs key or identifier data elements. Organizes and formats data for efficient query and storage processes. Codes stored procedures or database hooks to access and submit data to a database from applications, web pages, or client tools. Administers and manages data using server management tools and performs modifications as necessary and plans for database scalability.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.

13. Instructional Technologist

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years of experience designing and developing education and training materials in a variety of technical and functional areas. Experienced with the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) process and the Systems Approach to Training (SAT). Thoroughly knowledgeable with distance learning procedures and course design. Possesses state-of-the-art knowledge of educational and training technology. Should have experience with authoring software, (i.e. Toolbook, Designers Edge, Icon Author).

Functional Responsibility: Designs and develops state-of-the-art training and training support materials using the SAT and ISD processes. Selects intermediate and terminal training objectives and develops recommendations for the most appropriate methods to conduct the training. May supervise Computer Training Specialists in course design and development.

Education: Bachelor's degree in appropriate field (Education preferred) or equivalent experience.

14. Senior Training Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years experience in analyzing and developing training requirements and designing training programs. Four or more years of experience in the specified functional area.

Functional Responsibility: Subject Matter Expert who analyzes user needs to determine training requirements as they apply to the systems in question. Works with technical experts and instructional technologists to incorporate the training solution into new or existing training programs. May provide life-cycle support for resulting training systems or programs. Supervises training development staff.

Education: Bachelor's degree in functional Area. (Master's preferred)

15. Training Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Four or more years experience in analyzing and developing training requirements and designing training programs. Two or more years of experience in the specified functional area.

Functional Responsibility: Subject Matter Expert who analyzes user needs to determine training requirements as they apply to the systems in question. Works with technical experts and instructional technologists to incorporate the training solution into new or existing training programs. May provide life-cycle support for resulting training systems or programs.

Education: Bachelor's degree in functional area or equivalent experience.

16. Documentation Specialist

Minimum General Experience: Three or more years of related experience.

Functional Responsibility: Supports documentation activities such as technical writing, illustrating, editing, proofreading, production, and quality control required for the preparation of technical documents, on-line help, and other interactive documentation.

Education: Bachelor's degree, English preferred, or equivalent experience.

17. Senior Military Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Ten or more years of related military work experience researching and analyzing issues associated with National Military Strategy; Army, Navy, Air Force or Marine Corps doctrine; Joint and Combined doctrine; new operational concepts; emerging military technologies; warfighting experiments; test and evaluation; or threat assessments. Four or more years of experience in the specified functional area.

Functional Responsibility: The Senior Military Analyst will act as the Subject Matter Expert who provides research and analytical support for Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Transformation and Modernization initiatives, emerging doctrine and tactics, future warfighting concepts and strategic plans, or new systems acquisition and fielding.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in any field or equivalent experience (Masters preferred).

18. Military Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Six or more years of related military work experience researching and analyzing issues associated with National Military Strategy; Army, Navy, Air Force or Marine Corps doctrine; Joint and Combined doctrine; new operational concepts; emerging military technologies; warfighting experiments; test and evaluation; or threat assessments. Two or more years of experience in the specified functional area.

Functional Responsibility: The Military Analyst will act as the Subject Matter Expert who provides research and analytical support for Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps Transformation and Modernization initiatives, emerging doctrine and tactics, future warfighting concepts and strategic plans, or new systems acquisition and fielding.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in any field or equivalent experience.

19. Principal Enterprise Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Ten years experience in overseeing integration of network management processes on an enterprise basis. Responsible for the installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of the full spectrum of network management tools throughout a large-scale enterprise network. Thoroughly experienced in system administration, troubleshooting, distributed monitoring, framework, inventory, remote control.

Functional Responsibility: The Principal Enterprise Engineer oversees the deployment and enterprise-wide integration of all network management tools.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in technical field, or four years additional experience without a degree.

20. Senior Enterprise Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Six years experience in overseeing integration of network management processes on an enterprise basis. Responsible for the installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of the full spectrum of network management tools throughout a large-scale enterprise network. Thoroughly experienced in system administration, troubleshooting, distributed monitoring, framework, inventory, remote control..

Functional Responsibility: The Senior Enterprise Engineer facilitates the deployment and enterprise-wide integration of all network management tools.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in technical field, or four years additional experience without a degree.

21. Senior Telecommunications Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years of experience in the telecommunications field. At least two years of experience with data communications to include software/hardware design, working knowledge of the internet, Host Protocols, Local, Wide, and Metropolitan Area Networks. Demonstrated abilities in data analysis and network documentation, working knowledge of TCP/IP, router configuration techniques, FDDI, and Ethernet.

Functional Responsibility: Applies state-of-the-art knowledge to determine requirements and design telecommunications and networked computer information systems. Provides general supervision to system installation staff.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

22. Telephone Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Four years or more of relevant telephone engineering experience. Working knowledge of current telephony applications. Supervisory experience required. Specific experience private and public exchanges, main and intermediate distribution systems, and general traffic and telephone network analysis or design.

Functional Responsibility: Applies state-of-the-art knowledge to determine requirements and design computer driven telephone systems. Provides general supervision to system installation staff.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

23. Tele-video Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Four or more years of tele-video engineering experience including supervisory experience in video control and distributed systems. Working knowledge of state-of-the-art equipment including familiarization with full motion NCTS composite and non-composite analog, video and audio distribution systems, (red, green, blue (RGB), site design, video teleconferencing, and human factors engineering.

Functional Responsibility: Applies state-of-the-art knowledge to determine requirements and design video teleconferencing and distance learning systems. Provides general supervision to system installation staff.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

24. Installation Supervisor

Minimum General Experience: Minimum of six years recent installation experience in classified and/or unclassified data communications cabling (coaxial and fiber optic). Current Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) Telecommunications Cable Installer or equivalent certificate may be substituted for two years of the required experience. Must be currently trained and certified to work with asbestos materials, in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency's standards.

Functional Responsibility: The Installation Supervisor is responsible for supervision of installation of both cable and fiber optic (e.g. reading and interpreting blue prints, sketches, wiring diagrams, terminating fiber optic cables, and experienced in the operation of a Time Domain Reflectometer for copper and fiber optic conductors.

Education: High School diploma, or GED certificate required.

25. Senior Telecommunications Technician

Minimum General Experience: Six or more years experience with telephony techniques to include design, switching, call routing, voice mail programming, maintenance, and testing procedures. Experience with fiber optic termination, operation, design, connectorization, and fusion splicing. At least two years experience with network operation and troubleshooting, installation of network equipment, and network wiring techniques.

Functional Responsibility: Assists in the design of networked telecommunications systems. Terminates and tests fiber optic cable. Supervises installation of telecommunications systems and networks. Performs Quality Insurance inspections.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required

26. Telecommunications Technician

Minimum General Experience: Four or more years experience with telephony techniques to include design, switching, call routing, voice mail programming, maintenance, and testing procedures. Experience with fiber optic termination, operation, design, connectorization, and fusion splicing. At least two years experience with network operation and troubleshooting, installation of network equipment, and network wiring techniques.

Functional Responsibility: Assists in the design of networked telecommunications systems. Terminates and tests fiber optic cable. Installs and maintains telecommunications systems and networks. Programs voice mail systems and computerized switchboards. May supervise cable installation teams and subordinate technicians.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required

27. Communication Systems Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Three years or more experience in designing or maintaining communications systems hardware or software. Experience includes planning and installing Local Area Networks (LANs) and connecting them to large public data networks and analyzing communications system requirements and performance characteristics.

Functional Responsibility: Analyzes telecommunication systems and network to ensure optimal performance. Tunes, designs, installs, and administers data networks.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

28. Communications Specialist

Minimum General Experience: Five or more years of general experience in the communications industry including research, system analysis, concept and system design, problem resolution. Experience must include both Local area and Long-Haul Networks and Internet and host connection protocols.

Functional Responsibility: Develops and interprets communication system hardware and software requirements. Performs market research and evaluates state-of-the-art communications technologies.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience.

29. Senior Network Integration Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Eight or more years professional experience with local and wide area networks. Formal certification by a major network vendor.

Functional Responsibility: Analyzes requirements and designs, installs, configures, implements, and supports network infrastructure, Local; and Wide Area Network operating systems and computer data exchange requirements. Analyzes and evaluates network performance, tunes as required. Consults with customers and non-technical sources on problems that are complex in nature and acts as task leader providing technical direction to supporting professional and technical staff.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience.

30. Senior Network Engineer

Minimum General Experience: Four to seven years professional experience with local and wide area networks. Formal certification by a major network vendor.

Functional Responsibility: Installs, configures, implements, and supports network infrastructure, LAN/WAN operating systems and computer data exchange requirements. Analyzes and evaluates network performance, tunes as required. Reviews work and installation progress for accuracy, adherence to network design, and conformance to telecommunications standards. Consults with customers and non-technical personnel as required.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience.

31. Senior Network Administrator/Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Six or more years of experience managing local, metro, and/or wide area networks. Competent in the acquisition and management of communication hardware and software and in operating and maintaining LAN/MAN/WAN and other network related equipment. Formal certification by a major network vendor. Possesses knowledge of network and computer hardware and software such as bridges, routers, gateways, and modems; network operating systems such as Windows NT, NetWare, and Banyan Vines; protocols such as TCP/IP, X.25, X.400, and X.500; and technologies such as ATM, frame relay, and FDDI.

Functional Responsibility: Provides technical leadership in the integration and testing of large-scale computer integrated networks. Designs and optimizes network topologies and site configurations. Plans installations, transitions, and cutovers of network components, network operating systems, and capabilities. Oversees network control center. Supervises installation and maintenance of network components. Optimizes network costs and performance, accounting, fault, and security management. Coordinates network requirements with users and sites.

Education: Associates Degree or ADP certification, (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and Novell Certified Network Administrator (CNA))

32. Electronics Technician V

Minimum General Experience: Five years of work related experience in electrical/electronic telecommunications systems. Experience includes network operations and troubleshooting, installation of network equipment, network cabling techniques, network configuration and control procedures as well as fiber optic cable termination, operation, design, connectorization, and fusion splicing. Telephony technologies to include design, switching, call routing, voice mail programming, maintenance, and testing procedures.

Functional Responsibility: Installs, troubleshoots, repairs, and maintains networked telecommunications and computer systems. Supervise subordinate technicians.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

33. Electronics Technician IV

Minimum General Experience: Four years of work related experience in electrical/electronic telecommunications systems. Experience includes network operations and troubleshooting, installation of network equipment, network cabling techniques, telephone wiring and troubleshooting skills, and voice mail programming skills. Fiber optic cable termination, splicing, connectorization, troubleshooting and theory of operations. Telephony technologies to include design, switching, call routing, maintenance, and testing procedures.

Functional Responsibility: Supports installation, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining networked telecommunications and computer systems. May supervise cable-laying procedures.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

34. Electronics Technician III

Minimum General Experience: Three years of work related experience including telephone wiring and troubleshooting skills, network troubleshooting skills and techniques, fiber optic cable termination, splicing, connectorization, troubleshooting, and theory of operation, and basic voice mail system programming.

Functional Responsibility: Supports installation, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining networked telecommunications and computer systems. May supervise cable-laying procedures.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

35. Senior Engineering Technician

Minimum General Experience: Four years technical experience in mechanical, electrical, or electronics systems. Requires competence in the preparation of original technical documentation involving the operation, maintenance, and repair of mechanical, electrical, or electronic equipment and systems.

Functional Responsibility: The Senior Engineering Technician applies advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems. Prepares engineering change documentation, integration/installation plans, and system testing plans.

Education: High School diploma, or GED certificate required.

36. Engineering Technician

Minimum General Experience: Two years technical experience in mechanical, electrical, or electronics systems. Familiarity in the preparation of original technical documentation involving the operation, maintenance, and repair of mechanical, electrical, or electronic equipment or systems.

Functional Responsibility: The Engineering Technician applies technical knowledge to solve engineering problems. Prepares engineering change documentation, integration/installation plans, and system testing plans.

Education: High School diploma, or GED certificate required.

37. Senior Help Desk Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Three or more years experience operating a PC-based Help Desk, Call Screening Center including one or more years of supervisory experience. Two or more years experience working with Microsoft Office, Corel Office, Windows 95, Windows NT or comparable products. Three or more years experience with personnel computer communication products including network protocols. Two or more years experience with Internet browsers.

Functional Responsibility: Supervises Help Desk Call Screening Center. Responds to telephonic, faxed, e-mail, or walk-in requests for assistance. Ensures automated Help Desk Log is maintained and monitors status of open requests. Maintains Help Desk metrics and provides performance reports as tasked.

Education: Bachelors degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience.

38. Intermediate Help Desk Technician

Minimum General Experience: Three or more years experience operating a PC-based Help Desk, Call Screening Center. Two or more years experience working with Microsoft Office, Corel Office, Windows 95, Windows NT or comparable products. Two or more years experience with personnel computer communication products including network protocols. Two or more years experience with Internet browsers.

Functional Responsibility: Responds to telephonic, faxed, e-mail, or walk-in requests for assistance.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

39. Help Desk Technician

Minimum General Experience: Two or more years experience operating a PC-based Help Desk, Call Screening Center. One or more years experience working with Microsoft Office, Corel Office, Windows 95, Windows NT or comparable products. One or more years experience with personnel computer communication products including network protocols. One or more years experience with Internet browsers.

Functional Responsibility: Responds to telephonic, faxed, e-mail, or walk-in requests for assistance.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

40. Administrative Assistant

Minimum General Experience: Three to five years of administrative experience within the industry.

Functional Responsibility: Works under minimum supervision in performing administrative and/or financial tasks of a highly specialized nature to develop, administer, and support project activities. On occasion uses independent judgment and initiative in resolving problem. May supervise subordinate clerical personnel.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

41. Technical Illustrator

Minimum General Experience: Four or more years experience in graphic arts and technical drawing. Two or more years experience with AutoCAD and computer graphics packages.

Functional Responsibility: Creates overall graphic design, artwork, technical drawings and layout for all types of documentation, including on-line help and other interactive documentation, for Internet and World Wide Web documents. Demonstrates creativity and resourcefulness and the regular use of independent judgment when interfacing with customers and members of the technical staff. Use analytic skills and automated tools to resolve complex design problems.

Education: Associates degree or completion of a technical school in a related area or equivalent experience.

42. Word Processor III

Minimum General Experience: Two or more years of experience within the industry.

Functional Responsibility: Works under general supervision in performing moderately complex administrative and word processing duties. Transforms rough draft documents provided by the technical staff into error free final products meeting customer specifications. May greet visitors and perform receptionist duties as necessary.

Education: High school diploma or GED certificate required.

43. Cost Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Three to five years of experience providing functional financial analysis in support of information resource management. Competent in evaluating, developing, and projecting the costs of alternative ways to accomplish functional objective. Knowledgeable in performing economic analyses as they apply to telecommunications and information management systems.

Functional Responsibility: States costs and risks as a net change to the functional baseline cost, and projects the cost of doing business now and in the future. Provides technical and financial justifications obtained by collecting information relevant to the decision and displaying that information in standard formats. May also be responsible for financial analysis and cost accounting.

Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field or equivalent experience.

44. Functional Area Expert

Minimum General Experience: Must possess at least eight years of general experience, at least six years in the designated functional area.

Functional Responsibility: Applies analytical skills to support process improvement, specialized studies, and definition of requirements. Typical duties include analysis, planning, developing requirements documents, building functional models, developing procedures, developing functional architectures, and other related management and technical duties. Requires expertise in specialty area.

Education: Alternate qualifications include a) substitution of a Bachelors degree for two years of general or specialized experience and b) substitution of various functional area technical certifications (such as Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), CISCO router certification, FORE Systems Engineer) for two years of general or specialized experience.

45. Senior Configuration Management Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Eight years experience in development of configuration management plans, familiarity with physical and functional representation at the system level, ensures proper labeling and grouping of code, performs audits of hardware/ software and documentation, uses CM tools to coordinate changes to system, maintains CM library. Establishes procedures for implementation of system and operational changes.

Functional Responsibility: The Configuration Management Analyst oversees the development of Hardware and Software CM Plans, including development and maintenance of comprehensive system documentation.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in technical field, or four years additional experience without a degree.

46. Configuration Management Analyst

Minimum General Experience: Five years experience in development of configuration management plans, familiarity with physical and functional representation at the system level, ensures proper labeling and grouping of code, performs audits of hardware/ software and documentation, uses CM tools to coordinate changes to system, maintains CM library. Establishes procedures for implementation of system and operational changes.

Functional Responsibility: The Configuration Management Analyst applies technical knowledge in the development of Hardware and Software CM Plans, including development and maintenance of comprehensive system documentation.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in technical field, or four years additional experience without a degree.

47. Engineering Analyst

Minimum General Experience: At least three years technical experience in design, project coordinating and field services within the engineering field (e.g., Marine, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, etc.); system planning, performance management, capacity planning, testing and validation, benchmarking, information engineering. Demonstrates the ability to define and execute systems engineering and analysis activities within a project.

Functional Responsibility: The Engineering Analyst guides users in establishing requirements, advises alternative approaches, conducts feasibility studies and analyses.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering field, or associate's degree in related field and two years technical experience, or five years engineering experience without a degree.

48. Senior Capacity Planner

Minimum General Experience: Eight years experience in IT-wide capacity planning. Develops models for forecasting system utilization, documents measurements of systems capacity, reviews current operating environment to determine best utilization practices, models various solutions to fulfill capacity requirements, recommends systems reconfigurations when appropriate, evaluates impact of planned business growth and reductions on the environment, evaluates the impact of process and applications changes on the environment, develops trend analysis reports, develops and monitors planning assumptions and forecasts.

Functional Responsibility: The Senior Capacity Planner measures resource consumption against planned utilization, monitors variances, and recommends solutions to the system.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in technical field, or four years additional experience without a degree.

49. Logistics Specialist

Minimum General Experience: Four years logistical experience in material and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) programs. Knowledgeable in the identification of material and ILS requirements, Bid Specifications, application of logistics and procurement systems, and procedures for requisitioning and purchasing program materials and equipment and long lead materials.

Functional Responsibility: The Logistician identifies ILS requirements and coordinates material procurement. Prepares Bid Specifications and reviews specifications for material and equipment.

Education: High School diploma, or GED certificate required.