The Configuration Analyst (CA) reports directly to the TSSC System Integration Manager and is responsible for the configuration management/version control of software and courseware on the C-130J MATS Program. The CA's primary responsibility is to build and maintain Maintenance and Aircrew Training Device software baselines and Radar/Visual databases. The CA provides Configuration Management support to the Design Change and Instructional Change Request tracking system in Master Control and provides status to customers, partners, key decision makers, and other stakeholders.
Specific duties include:
Configuration Management: Ensures proper application of Design Changes (DC) for USAF and NAVAIR on over 45 Aircrew Training Devices (ATD) at 11 sites worldwide in order to sustain a standardized fleet of devices.
Maintains traceability to customer requirements, and configuration/version control for all products. Develops processes ensuring compliance with CFR Part 60/AS9100, and customer transparency/trust/satisfaction. Provides version control/traceability for USAF Aircrew Courseware.
Training Load Development/Build: Analyzes system configuration to determine applicability of DCs.
Coordinates with Engineering to develop tailored, compatible training loads on a quarterly basis for each site/device. Delivers/installs software upgrades, facilitates testing and customer acceptance. Maintains and installs current, standardized Visual and Radar Databases across entire fleet of ATDs.
Workflow Management: Tracks Design, Courseware and Process changes through workflow ensuring timely completion and compliance with contracts and quality standards.
Develops/delivers metrics to management and customers in order to support data-driven decisions. Develops/implements processes across the enterprise focusing on synergy, efficiency, and effectiveness.
Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) Control/Delivery: Tracks CDRL deadlines.
Coordinates with responsible managers for timely delivery. Ensures proper documentation, and posting to proper repositories. Coordinates customer comments as necessary and rectifies deficiencies when needed.
Ability to develop documentation, instructions, and presentations required.
Should be familiar with military and industry configuration management standards.
Requires understanding of technical principles, theories and concepts, including the interrelated disciplines of Configuration Management and Change Management.
International Travel is required.
Must be capable of obtaining a Secret DoD security clearance. Obtaining a security clearance requires US citizenship.
Lockheed Martin Corporation