Leidos Knowledge Management and Common Operations Picture Support (Mid-Level) in FORT BELVOIR, Virginia

Description:

Duties: Provide dedicated knowledge management support and consultation for IMCC and IOC overall data, information, and knowledge planning and integration; identifies and analyzes data, information, and knowledge requirements to facilitate delivery of decision-quality information to INSCOM Commanding General at a high OPTEMPO.

  • Use and manage technologies to capture, organize, store historical activities and lessons learned, leveraging collaborative knowledge across disparate organizations. Promote interaction among HQ Staff encompassing a variety of behaviors, including communication, information sharing, coordination, cooperation, problem-solving, and negotiation.

  • Assess, develop, maintain, manage, and provide recommended quality controls related to IMCC Knowledge Management SOPs.

  • Sustain, manage, and deploy data, information, and knowledge-sharing services in a fixed and COOP environment. Includes planning, coordinating, sharing, and managing access to the IMCC and IOC data and information assets in support of HQ INSCOM.

  • Manage technologies to capture, organize, and store tacit (personal know-how) and explicit (recorded) knowledge on various mediums including SharePoint, Google Earth, web-pages, portals, dashboards, and databases.

  • Conduct information analyses to determine proper flow and life-cycle management of information, regardless of medium.

  • Operate information systems to create, collect, process, disseminate, use, store, protect, and dispose of information IAW INSCOM SOPs.

  • Develop, provide, and educate users on workflow capabilities and tools to comply with structured electronic processes and flexibility to create and develop ad hoc courses of actions.

  • Manage timeliness, accuracy, and maintenance of published content. Oversee and report compliance and management of IMCC and IOC KM and collaboration tools to the COR other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR.

  • Perform SharePoint site collection management of multiple site collections by serving as the main point of contact between the organizations end users and INSCOM Information and Technology staff; managing subsites, lists, and libraries to define the taxonomy and structure of data stored within the site collection; managing SharePoint features at the site collection and subsite level; and managing branding, themes, page layouts, and web parts in accordance with organization policies and governance.

  • Support and manage IMCC and IOC Knowledge Enterprise development, design, control, storage, and dissemination. ICW COR or other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR to the contractor, develop a SOP and provide recommended guidance to ensure all content adheres to prescribed style, and format.

  • Provide guidance and assistance on common, standard electronic communications applications and establish draft policy recommendations for processes and procedures for document management, collaboration, and workflow to the COR or other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR to the contractor.

  • Analyze processes, develop solutions, and provide recommendations within the IMCC and IOC to support the existing and future collaborative environment including NIPR, SIPR, and JWICS Networks.

  • Work closely with the COR or other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR to the contractor to develop and maintain operational and reporting procedures pertaining to knowledge management.

  • Maintain and review content displayed on the INSCOM’s IMCC Knowledge Enterprise to ensure content is accurate, correctly classified, organized, and accessible to Intelligence Community consumers IAW appropriate Classification Guide(s).

  • Develop, maintain, and update adaptive visualization and mapping products using standard tools (e.g., Google Earth, ArcGIS, etc.) that allow users to manipulate representations that are relevant in the DoD and Intelligence culture – with an additional emphasis on data, searchability, predictability, and analytics.

  • Ensure HQ INSCOM IMCC Knowledge Enterprise dashboards and content, including Common Operating Picture, shift change and logs are properly archived IAW IOC SOP.

  • Draft recommended policy and guidance, for Government review and approval, which supports the integration and synchronization of knowledge management across the IMCC, IOC and COOP.

  • Coordinate with IMCC leadership to capture, validate, and track knowledge management requirements and issues, and provide possible solutions to the COR, or other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR to the contractor.

Qualifications:

Quals: BA or BS degree in any discipline or Associates degree with at least 8 years of experience in intelligence and Industry Knowledge Management Certification- 5+ years of Knowledge Management experience, with 3+ years working in a business analysis capacity, in the last 10 years- Experience developing and delivering knowledge sharing improvement strategies- 3+ years experience with Microsoft SharePoint 2013, in the last 5 years- 2+ years managing organization process improvement and changing management initiatives in Knowledge Management, in the last 5 years- Managing projects and product development cycles- 3+ years experience in collecting, organizing and analyzing data; generating data-driven reports, in the last 8 years.

-Current DoD TS/SCI Security Clearance

Leidos Overview:

Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company’s 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS). For more information, visit www.Leidos.com. The company’s diverse employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Leidos will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in accordance with relevant Laws. Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer.