CACI International Lead Information Manager in North Charleston, South Carolina
Job Description: CACI has an opening for a Lead Information Manager to support medical applications within the AFCENT CIO area of operations. Under limited supervision, these individuals will Lead a Team of Information Managers and provide on-site support and over-the-shoulder training to medical applications users and administrators. The primary system supported is the Theater Medical Information Program (TMIP). These positions will involve support at US military medical facilities within the Central Command area of operations.
POSITION SUMMARY: Lead a project team, analyzes factors and components of systems and processes to manage interrelationships and facilitate change. Create, manage and coordinate written curriculum, training plans and travel schedules. Teaching clinical and ancillary personnel functional use of theater medical systems. Facilitates communications between customers, SMEs and Technical staff. Participates in various testing functions (i.e. string and acceptance tests) to verify that results are correct.
Leads Information Management Team, evaluates staffing rotation trends for all supported locations and develops schedules for IM trips to provide maximum contact for site staff.
Provides oversight for all training materials to standardize training curricula between all IMs.
Performs duties as the lead subject matter expert on IM activities when required to interface with other agencies involved in development, deployment and support of software and hardware within the theater medical information program.
Gathers information from users to define work problems and support the design of systems and/or procedures to resolve problems.
Maintains currency in understanding of relevant technologies and subject areas. Identifies emerging relevant technologies that may result in improvements to current processes and systems.
Analyzes factors and components of systems/processes to recommend and institute changes to increase efficiency.
Performs functional analysis to document complex process steps, tasks and their inter-relationships.
Plans studies of work problems and procedures, such as organizational changes, communication, information flow, integrated production methods, or cost analysis.
Recommends improvements or modifications in sequence of operations, equipment utilization and related matters. Generates recommendations in the form of technical briefings, reports, and other major documents provided to senior level client personnel.
Writes training manuals and user documentation for client or user personnel. Translates user requirements into system specifications, configuration management plans, life cycle management documentation, and integrated logistics support plans and related operational summaries.
May serve as a client liaison and coordinates with sub-contractors, government personnel, and technical experts.
Communicates with both SMEs and members of the development staff. Translates SME information into a form understandable by the development team.
Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced analysts, and may have supervisory responsibilities. May review the work of others and be able to detect errors or needed modifications.
Participates in special projects as required.
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, and five to seven years of DoD medical information management systems experience, to include: functional and technical use of the TMIP suite of applications, medical business processes, clinical and ancillary support services and aeromedical evacuation. The ideal candidate would be/have:
A former DoD (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or DoD Agency) Instructor with experience in AHLTA-T, TC2 and Aeromedical Evacuation documentation and procedures.
Experience with Active Directory (accounts and permissions) is preferred.
Basic networking skills (IP assignments, scope management).
Basic system imaging skills (utilizing system image drives)
Ability to accomplish work in the vicinity of severe trauma patients.
Create, edit and staff training plans, curriculum and schedules. Possess superior written and oral communications skills.
Due to the deployed nature of this position, must be able to make sound decisions under conditions of limited information. Please cite your experience in working in an independent and demanding environment.
Must be able to speak clearly and concisely with an above average professional and technical vocabulary. This "customer-facing" position requires professional appearance and behavior at all times.
Must obtain or possess a US Passport.
Must have current DoD Secret security clearance.
AHLTA-T/AHLTA use TMIP Theater CACHE (TC2) use Exposure & Experience in Aeromedical Evacuation documentation
CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. Join CACI, where you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. A Fortune magazine World's Most Admired Company in the IT Services industry, CACI is a member of the Fortune 1000 Largest Companies, the Russell 2000 Index, and the S&P SmallCap600 Index. CACI provides dynamic careers for over 20,000 employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.