This community, from my experience, is a natural fit for a growing
labor requirement I'm seeking to fill. It's also a great fit for
those comfortable with controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, thesauri,
concept model, semantic models, ontologies, and ontology integration.
I'm looking for qualified/experienced management analysts (e.g.,
retired OPM GS 343) to support a funded and evolving management
analysis, modeling, visualization, and improvement effort with work
to be performed primarily at commercial sites, occasionally and
intermittently at government sites, and to a lesser degree via
telecommuting. This effort extends across:
~enterprise-wide requirements life cycle management;
~to technology stacks (such as IT and other technologies such as
facilities, motor vehicles, transportation, materials-handling,
~to concurrent management of multiple categories of resources
(people, knowledge/semantics/info/data/sensors, funds, skills,
materiel, facilities, services, etc.);
~to multiple processes (manual, automated, natural, mechanical,
electrical, electronic, etc.);
~to multiple functions (executive, production, or support); ~
to multiple organizational units (staffs, program, projects, etc.);
~to multiple organizations (government, commercial, non-profit,
~to multiple locations (DC locally initially, but extending globally
as the effort evolves.
Documentable knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience (KSAE)
across any three or more of these categories is required.
This is a natural fit for those with experience in Military Force
Structure Analysis and Management (e.g., TOE, MTOE, TDA, Joint Table
of Allowances - JTA, Army Manpower Management, Air Force Management
Engineering, Navy Efficiency Reviews, Doctrinal and Combat
Development) OMB Management Analysis, systems analysis).
Training on the applied analysis and modeling methodology,
metaschema, and technologies will be provided during early stages of
any resultant employment or independent contract (IRS 1099).