Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Journeyman Systems Analyst
KBR is currently seeking an experienced Journeyman Systems Analyst (JSA) for the JTDI program with knowledge supporting deployed applications at remote sites. The JSA will provide technical support for the Joint Delivery Management System (JDMS) java based client server application. The JSA must be customer focused in support of our warfighter mission and have a broad technical knowledge of the supported network infrastructure. The JSA must also understand the DoD warfighter customer base in support of Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). The JSA will be part of a team responsible that responsible for the JDMS application data transfer of aviation and ship maintenance and logistics data. The JSA shall have the knowledge and skills to support JDMS deployed systems supporting CONUS and OCONUS data transfer between ship and shore systems. The JSA tasks include end user customer phone support and response to JTDI service and incident requests.
Duties and Responsibilities
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