CACI International Business Analyst Level 2 in Millington, Tennessee
CACI is the prime contractor for the MyNavyHR Transformation program, a large-scale integration and development transformation effort, that will offer significant growth opportunity for candidates. This position will be a unique and exciting career opportunity that will involve the integration, development, and deployment of enterprise wide systems involving COTS ERP, SaaS solutions, mobile solutions, and enterprise data analytics in a state-of-the-art Agile development environment. The transformation and integration of over 50 legacy systems to ERP and SaaS solutions will be a monumental technical experience for this position. In addition, the resulting solution will deliver direct support to our Navy Sailors and their families.
At CACI, our philosophy of employee advancement rests on a cultural foundation of providing unlimited equal opportunity for growth, recognition and rewards. We provide the environment and support to immediately nurture and stretch your abilities. The project offers a 5-year contract opportunity and a significant exposure and growth opportunity for individuals joining CACI. This project is part of a significant strategic growth plan centered on human capital systems and other ERP and SaaS lines of business in CACI. Joining the project offers more than a project assignment; it offers a career growth opportunity in a growing and strategic CACI line of business with great success for Federal and DoD market customers.
Navy is modernizing the way it operates to provide improved service delivery to current and future Sailors and their families. The Navy is successfully recruiting, training, and managing its Sailors in today’s demanding operational environment. However, the MPT&E enterprise’s organization, processes, and infrastructure are complex, outdated, and inefficient. Over the next several years, the MPT&E enterprise will transform how Human Resources (HR) services are offered through a holistic, end-to-end effort that will directly impact the entire Navy “Hire-to-Retire” (H2R) lifecycle. Toward this end, MPT&E will employ services to integrate disparate platforms used for MPT&E mission functions, existing or evolving systems, infrastructure, mission capabilities, data analytics, and programs to build an interoperable and scalable network of capabilities in support of the Sailors’ MPT&E needs. The Navy's MPT&E enterprise must evolve to meet the needs of the Fleet and our Sailors. Today, success greatly depends upon the extraordinary efforts of Sailors working tirelessly to overcome 70-year old industrial age processes that cannot support an Information Age Navy growing to meet the demands of the National Security Strategy
The Business Analyst Level II will be a part of the Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) enterprise team. Business Analysts will be assigned to Development and Integration Scrum teams. Establishes processes and guidelines for incorporating MPT&E business requirements into solutions delivered by Agile scrum teams. Supports the “Bring your own SME” initiative, serving as a proxy for the Government Product Owner. Delivers ongoing business case analysis and decision analytics. Work with a team of training developers and instructors to plan training requirements, develop training products, and deliver training aligned with the Pilot to Production delivery framework used to establish the MPT&E target architecture baseline. The business analyst is expected to play a key role in existing and potential customer relationships and be proactive in optimizing business results of the team’s technical solutions. The Business Analyst will provide direction and guidance for our customer, contribute to continuous improvement, and clearly interpret the requirements for the technical team. The ideal candidate is analytical, strategic, articulate, and excels at understanding our customer’s needs and can document business requirements to effectively support the program. This position will be responsible for requirements management for the full development lifecycle. The Business Analyst must communicate with business owners and the technical team. All requirements must be documented, and testing developed and executed to validate requirements. This position will interface will multiple teams. As part of a multi-disciplined development team, the candidate should take the initiative to attack new challenges and learn new skills independently.
Acts as liaison between end-user communities, stakeholders, and service providers within an enterprise
Interviews personnel from functional user area under study to learn general purpose of systems and information requirements of positions involved in the data flow
Analyzes business and user needs, documents requirements, and revises existing system logic difficulties as necessary
Identifying and defining client business requirements based on evolving policy directives. This includes proposing processes for business analysis and workflow, identifying key performance indicators, and developing the system requirements to support the business
Proactively researching new government policies, working with Subject Matter Experts, and reading project material to develop a full understanding of the business, the data, and both the operational and executive reporting needs
Proposing/Documenting design requirements include report layouts, reporting dimensions, and mapping data as required to the technical specifications.
Communicating with multiple teams to ensure requirements are clear and understood from both a functional and technical perspective.
Communicating within the Business Analysis team to ensure process, definitions, metric designs, and metadata are used consistently, and that documentation is updated and available for all team members
Serving as the client liaison for the team while gathering input, building buy-in and come to agreement while containing scope and staying on schedule
The ability to be adaptable and to work constructively with a technically diverse team is also crucial. A willingness to learn and stay abreast of industry trends is also required. The program emphasizes innovation, and CACI looks for individuals who can bring creative ideas to solve complex problems, both technical and procedural.
University Degree or equivalent experience and minimum 3 years of related work experience
Minimum 5 years of Human Capital Management business experience
Knowledge of business processes, capability needs, business requirements, and business information models.
Ability to follow functional decomposition of large business needs into multiple layers of requirements/user stories.
Knowledge of the software development life cycle, including planning, development, requirements management, CM, quality assurance, and release management.
Familiarity with Agile Methodologies.
US Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance
Familiarity with the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK)
Previous experience working with Navy MPT&E
Understanding of Navy MPT&E business processes and application systems.
Knowledge of Oracle PeopleSoft, Salesforce, and ServiceNow platforms
Knowledge and understanding of the DoD Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) Framework for Human Capital Management
Knowledge and understanding of relevant cloud-based development and delivery tools to support the successful execution of the MPT&E Transformation Program
CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.