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The Systems Application Analyst position develops computer systems specifications that address business requirements and that fit with the company’s system architecture standards. They establish and document system parameters and formats, ensure hardware and software systems compatibility and coordinate and/or modify system parameters in terms of existing and projected computer capacity and capabilities. They revise existing systems and procedures to correct deficiencies and maintain more effective data handling, conversion, input/output requirements, and storage.
This senior level systems application analyst candidate shall influence the design, analysis and support of software or hardware solutions that meet business partner needs. The primary area of focus will be Information Technology solutions to support Product Lifecycle Management for Newport News Shipbuilding delivered Ships. Siemens TeamCenter Unified (TcU), Siemens NX & Visualization are among the various applications support lifecycle activities today. The analyst shall have a clear understanding of Siemens toolsets and processes related to Product Model design, activities to enable Manufacturing & Assembly; development of Engineering Bills of Material and Manufacturing Bills of Material, integration into Visual Planning and Manufacturing Execution, planning, and maintenance activities for each delivered product.
The systems application analyst shall ensure the Systems Development Life Cycle process is adhered to and support System Engineers with requirements analysis, specification development, system design and testing associated with implementation and support of the Siemens Product Lifecycle Management suite. The individual needs the ability to work with and lead teams consisting of project management, systems engineers, business analysts, technical resources, process leads, and system users to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of business process enhancements.
• Hands-on system and application administration, maintenance, and monitoring.
• Revises existing systems and procedures to correct deficiencies and maintain more effective data handling, conversion, input/output requirements, and storage.
• Influence the overall technical architecture and strategy for Siemens PLM products (Specifically TCu) managed and being supported by NNS.
• Help Define the technical requirements for the implementation of current and future PLM systems.
• Present the customer technical aspects of solution architectures, including the technology used, methodology followed, and training required as needed.
• Preparing technical solution and administration documents, artifacts, work products and presentations for the customer.
• Representing the customer’s technical solution requirements to all applicable stakeholders.
• Influence the implementation of PLM solutions and support legacy systems often identified as broad, complex, and have critical customer enhancement challenges and issues.
• Contribute to the overall planning of projects by recommending approaches, identifying resources, and developing timelines. Leverage lifecycle implementation experience to anticipate changes required in project plans and processes. Effectively communicate issues and alternative solutions. Takes initiative to achieve valued-added results and improve upon solutions offered.
Develops computer systems specifications that address business requirements and that fit with the companys system architecture standards. Establishes and documents system parameters and formats, ensures hardware and software systems compatibility and coordinates and/or modifies system parameters in terms of existing and projected computer capacity and capabilities. Revises existing systems and procedures to correct deficiencies and maintain more effective data handling, conversion, input/output requirements, and storage.
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