CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Management Analyst I (DHS) in WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
Management Analyst I (DHS)
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Management Analyst I (DHS)
City: WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States
Position ID: J1219-0134
Employment Type: Full Time
CGI Federal is seeking a Management Analyst I to support DHS in Washington DC.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Conducts initial fact gathering, individually or in conjunction with senior management analyst(s). Reviews routine and repetitive processes and conducts surveys and limited studies to resolve issues or operational problems in the functional areas under the contract. Assist in conducting operation cost versus benefit analysis projects. As assigned, conducts quality assurance reviews of services as needed, and prepares various reports pertaining to such subjects as productivity trends, mail volumes, and operating costs.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
Must have excellent knowledge of basic fact gathering, interview, and research methodology, and the ability to accurately interpret facts and make viable recommendations to resolve issues or operational problems. Also required are excellent written and interpersonal communications skills, and the ability to work independently and as a team member. Experience with various software is essential.
Must be able to pass CGI Background Investigation
Must be able to obtain DOJ MRPT clearance and DHS MRPT clearance
Must have a clean valid drivers license
What you can expect from us:
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