Senior Analyst -1679 with Security Clearance

Summary The MIL Corporation seeks a Senior Analyst to support a Federal Government client at our Arlington, VA location. The Senior Analyst will work in cooperation with the Global Financial Service Support (GFSS) Operations team for the Global Financial Management System (GFMS). Responsibilities o Manage and place interface files for GFMS, managing and loading files from GFMS to Treasury, supporting all Operational testing in GFMS test region, and providing on-call operations support in the evenings o Perform system operations, file transfer and security policies and data mining, and manipulation and testing using SQL o Provide Team Leadership once proven in the client environment Required Qualifications o 10 years of Analyst experience o Experience with federal financial systems in a technical environment o Experience working within a dynamic team environment o Very good communication and customer support skills o Flexibility to be on-call, work weekends and extended hours as needed Desired Qualifications o Experience with Momentum Financials or the Control-M tool; experience executing tests o Technical team lead experience o Microsoft certifications Education BA/BS Clearance All applicants for this position must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance; please note that the clearance process takes into account financial background aspects. The MIL Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity and sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. #CJP

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