2017 PDP - Business Planning Analyst I - New Grad
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Northrop Grumman is seeking four Business Process Analysts to become part of Northrop Grumman's Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA) Program, a 13 year, $2B program, responsible for providing end-to-end IT Infrastructure to the Commonwealth of Virginia. These positions will initially be located in Chester, VA.
As a Professional Development Program (PDP) candidate, you will participate in a three year rotational training program to develop competencies in business and technical processes to formulate and develop new and modified business information processing systems, such as production and inventory control systems, financial tracking systems, marketing and human resources systems. You will coordinate with business and technology teams, and ascertain system requirements, such as program functions, output requirements, input data acquisition, and system techniques and controls. Your first rotation will be as part of the VITA program's Portfolio Management Department. You'll participate in assignments that will leverage degrees in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and related disciplines. In this position you will gain experience with:
- Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework for providing Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) including work in all areas Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation and Continual Service Improvement
- Data analysis, integration, and data mining.
- Conducting multidisciplinary research and collaborating with equipment and software suppliers in the planning, design, development, and utilization of tools and systems to support our customers.
- Determining user requirements, analyzing system capabilities and developing solutions to meet user needs.
- Utilizing configuration management tools, database applications and related software development tools
The PDP rotations offer the opportunity to experience a variety of job assignments before making a commitment to a particular position. The program will support the individual's growth through training, skill development, and networking opportunities. This program gives its participants the ability to choose their assignments from a variety of departments based on their skills, areas of interest, and availability.
- Completion of a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Business Process or related field from an accredited institution and within one year of graduation date with minimum 3.25 GPA
- Strong ability to interact and communicate with stakeholders at different levels within the organization
- Must be a team player, proactive, and possess excellent problem solving
- Candidate must be highly organized
- Strong oral and written communication skills (a writing sample may be required)
- Be able to deal effectively with competing priorities and deadlines, and be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Must be a US citizen able to obtain a security clearance
- Basic knowledge of e-commerce tools, computer system capabilities, business processes, and work flow
- 3.7 GPA
- Demonstrated project management experience
- A understanding of statistical and analytical principles
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