SMRC is actively seeking qualified professionals to support the Department of Justice, in various offices throughout the country.
Applicants MUST be able to pass a Minimum Background Investigation (MBI), and obtain a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) level clearance or higher.
In order to be considered for these positions, applicants MUST:
1. Submit your resume in Word (.doc/.docx) format showing all of your
applicable experience relevant to the position requirements, including
Computer Systems Skills, duties performed, responsibilities held, etc.
2. Provide in the email response or resume the contact information for three
(3) professional references (Name/Title/Phone #).
3. Complete, sign and return via fax or email the Authorization Release Form
(to be provided by Recruiter or HR member).
4. State in the email any Compensation or Work Schedule (part-time or fulltime)
requirements that you may have.
Place of Performance:
Department of Justice, Patrick Henry Building, Civil Rights Division
601 D Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Systems Analyst Responsibilities/Duties:
May work directly with Government staff and/or under the direction of the
Contract IT Manager, Systems Manager, Senior Systems Analyst, or Lead
Project Manager. Based on information gathered from the COR, Government
Case Managers, and trial staff, defines system and project requirements.
Designs entire system to meet defined requirements Works out the details of
functional and design requirements, systems design, programming
specifications, data elements, data validation specifications, data capture
mechanisms, and data conversion procedures through discussions with
Government staff and own superiors. Translates the functional requirements into
systems designs suitable for development of appropriate computer programs.
Tests software, including preparation and use of sample data for testing
purposes. Makes presentations of findings, recommendations, and
specifications in formal reports and in oral presentations. Develops systems
documentation required in the task orders. Consults with Government staff and
with other Contractor staff to assure understanding of task objectives, identifies
problems and suggests improvements. Provides technical expertise, direction
and supervision to lower level personnel. May sometimes function as a technical
supervisor or team leader for a project. Reports on progress to Government staff
and to superiors. Provides user and technical documentation and training for
- Must demonstrate substantial, hands-on, successful experience in actually
doing the work on the systems being used, usually at least three years of
such experience. For example, if the work requires setting up
interconnected Oracle databases in a UNIX environment, the Systems
Analyst must have substantial experience in actually doing the work of
setting up Oracle databases in a UNIX environment, including designing,
implementing, troubleshooting, populating, maintaining, documenting, and
training users on such systems. Other systems environments and specific
project requirements will call for other specific sets of technical skills.
- Must demonstrate ability to analyze system requirements and translate
those requirements into a coherent system design.
- Requires broad knowledge of the Government's IT environments,
including office automation networks, and PC and server based databases
- Supervisory or team leader experience very useful.
- Requires excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Experience in automated litigation support very helpful.
- Undergraduate degree strongly preferred; preferably in the computer
science or information management/technology disciplines.