• 1180- Configuration Manager*

    Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Configuration Manager                       

    US Citizen for Federal Agency

    Active Secret Clearance at a minimum required

    Onsite Tyson’s Corner, VA


    • Responsible for conducting change control board meetings; provide for the scheduling of change requests
    • Provide appropriate and timely communication about change so that stakeholders are aware and are ready to adopt and support the change
    • Maintain and uphold change and release policies and procedures in accordance with client processes and provide guidance to stakeholders as needed
    • Maintain open communication and good working relationships with teams that participate in Change and Release Management and support ways to increase internal and external client satisfaction
    • Regularly review, maintain and suggest updates to the Release Management calendar based on client requirements
    • Manage day to day functions to ensure the efficient handling of change with minimal disruption to the business
    • Provide governance for all Emergency and Normal change
    • Manage day to day functions to ensure the integrity of the production environments and that correct components are released within applicable timeframes and with minimal issues or problems
    • Manage small to mid-size releases or assist in the management of large release activities
    • Ensure that stakeholder change is managed during the release and deployment activities
    • Manage the baseline configuration for related work artifacts as required
    • Control, track, and report changes to configuration items; Manage and track changes to program baselines, schedules, and progress in achieving control gates
    • Develop and implement CM processes and procedures as defined in Governance documentation
    • Perform configuration management audits and produce reports for exception, status and metrics related to CM


    • Experience with Agile software development lifecycle and processes
    • Understanding of productivity tools using programming, database, or scripting languages in support of software development
    • Experience supporting an Agile development program
    • Experience supporting SAFe agile development and tools such as JIRA, Rally, VersionOne, Confluence
    • Experience working with and supporting a DevOps tool chain
    • Bachelor's Degree (can be substituted for Doctorate plus 1 year, Master's plus 3 years, Associate's plus 7 years, or High School plus 11 years) and five years of experience conducting site surveys.


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