Assessment, Monitoring & Evaluation
Knowledge Management Analysts

SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT: Secret Preferred 

STATUS: Full Time

LOCATION: National Capital Region (NCR)  

EDUCATION

Minimum Bachelor Degree

 

Archive & Knowledge Management Analyst(s) shall support in finding, organizing, and storing data on security cooperation programs (including but not limited to the authorities listed above), including identifying appropriate databases to store such information and updating codebooks to enable building relationships between different data (i.e. aggregating, creating parent-child relationships, translating one authority’s lexicon into another authority’s). The analyst also works to facilitate agreement on ways to further develop Socium or other systems to be used for storage and visualization of said data. As the number of authorities covered by this contract expands, the amount of data requiring archiving will expand, requiring an additional coordinator throughout the option years.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

- 5 years of experience (2 or more of them in a government setting) in identifying necessary software needs,

developing and implementing the latest security procedures and protocols for data management, creating protocols for the retrieval and analysis of ongoing data storage, troubleshooting any data-related problems, and overseeing and managing a team in the day-to-day use of data systems;

- 5 years of experience (3 in a government setting) in analyzing the knowledge management needs of SC organizations and types of AM&E SMEs, facilitating agreement of priorities among information system users (e.g. Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP), Socium, Global-Theatre Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS), Security Cooperation-Training Management System (SC-TMS), Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS), Regional Center Persons/Activity Management System (RCPAMS), Command and Control of the Information Environment (C2IE), TED, CFR, etc.) creating beta-test plans for beta testers, identifying potential problems and risks, establishing and maintaining a risk management program for beta testing, designing, implementing, coordinating, and managing the beta testing process, refining existing beta processes in order to more efficiently track and prioritize issues discovered during the process, working with AM&E SMEs to deliver beta feature documentation, and monitoring, measuring, identifying, and prioritizing issues discovered during beta testing, communicating the status of AM&E development, testing, and use in Socium periodically and as needed;

- 3 years of experience in Security Cooperation or international programs or projects in the security sector for a national organization, an NGO/IGO, the UN, or private industry; and

Preferred Qualifications

- a Master’s degree or higher in the field of business administration, computer engineering, computer science or statistics;

- 7 years of experience (4 or more of them in a government setting) in identifying necessary software needs, developing and implementing the latest security procedures and protocols for data management, creating protocols for the retrieval and analysis of ongoing data storage, troubleshooting any data-related problems, and overseeing and managing a team in the day-to-day use of data systems;

- 5 year of experience in Security Cooperation or international programs or projects in the security sector for a national organization, an NGO/IGO, the UN, or private industry;

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