Process Improvement Specialist

Location: Springfield, VA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Overview

Big Sky is seeking a Process Improvement Specialist with an active Top Secret/SCI clearance to apply process improvement, reengineering methodologies, and best practice principles to design and implement process modernization and improvements for a federal client. We’re looking for self-motivated, results-oriented professionals who thrive in a high-risk, high-reward environment.

This position will be performed on-site in Springfield, Virginia.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Assist with analysis, evaluation, and assessment leading to development of recommendations for system and process improvements, optimization, development, and/or operations sustainment efforts for IT systems, software, and processes.
  • Coordinate and manage analysis evaluations and quality assessments for proper implementation of programs, systems specifications, and quality standards.
  • Establish performance measures, monitor and analyze performance metrics to identify and implement performance based improvements.
  • Work closely with senior engineers/specialists or task leads.

Qualifications:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • Active TS/SCI Clearance
  • Experience in a distinct functional or cross-functional analysis/assessment methodologies and associated tools.
  • Experience may be broad-based crossing multiple markets (i.e., government, industry) and may also include relevant/associated certifications (e.g., ITIL, Six Sigma, CMMI, and ISO) and knowledge of applicable tools, methodologies, or best practices.
  • Experience in designing new processes and documenting improvements.
  • Ability to lead tasks or portions of tasks.
  • Ability to create process maps and/or models in standard tools.
  • Ability to create implementation plans.
  • Ability to provide government executives recommendations on process improvement implementation activities

Level I: Bachelor’s Degree and/or less than 3 years of experience within related field.
Level II: Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3-6 years of equivalent experience in a related field.
Level III: Bachelor’s Degree and/or 7-10 years of equivalent experience in a related field.
Level IV: Bachelor’s Degree and/or 11-14 years of equivalent experience in a related field.
Level V: Graduate Degree and/or 15+ years of equivalent experience in a related field.

Our Values:
Everything we do at Big Sky is dictated by our values. We take them very seriously, and we're proud of this unwavering commitment.

Intellectual Curiosity: We will always be professional problem solvers and learners.

Results!: Our success is defined by the results we deliver.

Fun in Everything We Do: We spend most of our time working, and we ought to have a good time doing it.

Relationships Matter: Our relationships with each other and with our clients are the basis of trust by which we’ll succeed in business and in life.

Value Focus: We believe in providing a measurable return to everyone we touch including clients, shareholders, and employees.

Big Sky is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.


 

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