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Senior Business Continuity Analyst

Location: US, DC, Washington
Company: CSRA

CSRA is currently looking for an experienced, TS/SCI cleared Senior Business Continuity Analyst (SBCA) to join its mission critical team located in Washington, DC. All candidates must have the knowledge and experience to critically analyze and assess a variety of continuity programs, as well as coordinate with project manager or task leads to develop policies, produce continuity of government (COG) operations plans, and development of training and/or exercise events. In addition, a competitive SBCA candidate should have the following experience and knowledge, which must be clearly described in the resume, along with security clearance status:

  • Assembles, prepares, and analyzes data for studies, economic and statistical models, evaluations, system requirements, and other needs
  • Uses technical discretion within defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for determining approaches or obtaining solutions
  • Assembles, prepares, and analyzes data; presents data in briefing and other formats to clients
  • Provides technical advice, operating assistance and counsel to clients in emergency management
  • Provides input or may prepare technical reports/briefings based on the expert interpretation of analyzed data.

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