|Description : |
Under the general supervision of the QinetiQ NA AMLLA Operations Manager, incumbent is responsible for development of lessons learned from AMSAA Materiel Lessons Learned Analysis (AMLLA) activities. This process includes substantial research and includes identifying and assimilating available pertinent supporting data, material, and information into final reports and analyses and conducting further analysis using DOTML-PF formats. These duties include coordinating and working with others throughout the AMSAA organization in developing lessons learned and strategies of reuse.
The Integration Analyst's responsibilities include; Monitor the progress of AMLLA reports; Conduct research, identify, and correlate available associated inputs (supporting documents, special studies, related historical reports, illustrations, etc) to subject reports; and Integrates all pertinent material into final reports in preparation for publishing.
The Integration Analyst is task organized under the AMLLA Operations Analyst and habitually works directly with AMSAA Government management. The IA will perform above mentioned duties in addition to other activities.
Essential duties and responsibilities: include, but are not limited to the following.
- Process completed reports through the AMLLA Portal publishing process
- Assist with routine AMLLA administration efforts
- Write clear, concise, grammatically correct, and accurate technical reports that include salient vehicle technical details, root cause analysis, and failure trend analysis
Assist with Portal maintenance and administrative functions
- Collect, analyze and interpret all Army equipment operational, supply, maintenance, and related information (data) needed to complete AMLLA technical reports
- Research various Army and Department of Defense databases on-line or as required to determine equipment densities, component demand history, component usage and orders, Product Quality Deficiency Reports (PQDR), Army maintenance and safety messages, Army technical bulletins, Army technical manuals, Army - Regulations that might affect the product under review or study.
- Conduct research in support of management inquires
- Travel in accordance with the needs of the mission (Infrequent Travel)
- Assist with conducting field research and data collection as needed
- Perform DOTML-PF analysis
- Perform analyses using commonly used tools - Pareto, Fault Tree, Ishikawa, Nominal Group Technique, Brainstorming, Etc
- Collaborate and work with others
- Conduct web-based research using commonly available public search engines
- Conduct text searches of electronic documents and files using MS Office search capabilities
- Use advanced search capabilities related to Army/DoD-specific databases, including PDREP, LIW, etc.
- Identify logical and/or non-typical sources of available information
- Collaborate with other personnel and external organizations to identify related sources of information
- Gather, attach, file, and develop multiple analyses/reports/tasks simultaneously
- Coordinate the participation of key personnel, timelines, and deliverables.
- Sort, categorize, and associate common and related issues that may indicate higher-level issues and trends
- Communicate in person and over phone to articulate ideas and concepts to Program Managers, leadership, and fellow analysts
- Build repertoire and willing cooperation through a professional demeanor
- Evaluate the audience and write effectively in both technical content and in terms that are easily understood
- Possess excellent technical writing skills
- Evaluate and adjust written content to the target audience
- Craft well written and accurate reports using established templates
- Incorporate key elements of information that support reports, analysis, and studies
- Gather information from available sources
- Collaborate with other personnel
- General knowledge of military maintenance policy and procedures
- General mechanical knowledge involving military vehicles and equipment
- Interpret and meet Commander's intent with minimal guidance
- Manage large quantities of data, analyze it, and effectively summarize findings into concise “bottom line” conclusions
- Seek out and recognize second-order effects of maintenance and materiel issues
- Must be able to legally and safely operate Qinetiq North America or Government vehicles.
- Must be able to travel outside the United States.
- Ability to obtain and maintain United States Secret security clearance
- Safely operate rented, leased, and other QinetiQ North America or Government assigned vehicles.
- Accomplish other duties as required.
This position does not have any supervisory responsibilities.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. This position requires normal manual dexterity, speech, hearing, and writing abilities.
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|Qualifications : |
- Associate's degree or equivalent. Bachelors' or higher degree a plus
- Requires a Bachelors degree and five to seven years related experience.
- 10 years of military operations experience working as an individual and member of teams comprised of multiple organizations.
- Lean Six Sigma greenbelt certified.
- At least two years of proven skill at writing clear, concise, accurate, and detailed technical reports
- Significant knowledge of the Army maintenance, repair part supply and logistics programs
- Knowledge of FEDLOG, the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs), Logistics Information - Warehouse (LIW), other networks and other Army maintenance systems, regulations, processes, and procedures
- Extensive experience with working with DOTML-PF analyses in TRADOC Sustainment related issues.
- Windows, Microsoft Office (Power Point, Excel, Word, and Access) and Database Entry