Northrop Grumman ITSM Governance Specialist 2 - RITS in Vicksburg, Mississippi
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Northrop Grumman is seeking multiple ITSM Governance Specialists to support the Revolutionary IT Services program at the US Army Corps of Engineers in the following location: Vicksburg, MS.
The ITSM Governance Specialist will:
Define, plan, design, and implement ITSM processes to meet evolving and changing needs and business requirements of USACE, including key stakeholders from CIO/G-6 and Divisions.
Lead the development of procedures, work instructions, and templates to support process execution.
Analyze and use reengineering approaches that ensure linkage among processes, service providers, and organizational structures in order to develop unified and consistent service delivery.
Leverage knowledge and best practice experience to identify and champion recommendations for improvements opportunities within the specific process area.
Ensure compliance with process-specific standards and policies.
Use established industry standard frameworks such as ITIL, Scaled Agile, and Lean Management, as well as improvement methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma.
The ITSM Governance Specialist also:
Monitors processes within the environment and throughout the ITSM process life cycle; validates adherence to specified process requirements and measurement activities; leads quality assurance activities related to process.
Establishes and maintains performance metrics to measure program success. Conducts quality assessments to validate proper implementation of processes to meet quality standards.
Leads analysis, evaluation, and assessment of process performance measurements, and briefs results and recommendations to the appropriate level governance forums.
Defines, designs and implements continuous improvement programs to ensure programs are integrated vertically and horizontally across Divisions / Districts. Installs process excellence supports for program governance, project reviews, communications, training, certifications and rewards.
Facilitates and coaches improvement teams / leads organizational change management. Applies process improvement, reengineering methodologies, and best practice principles to design and implement process modernization and improvements.
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Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 8 years of related work experience including a minimum 5 years specialized experience in process engineering and IT Service Management -OR- a Masters degree and a minimum of 6 years of related work experience including a minimum 5 years specialized experience in process engineering and IT Service Management
Demonstrated experience in process design / process improvement, and advanced knowledge of IT Service Delivery and Governance Frameworks (e.g., ITIL, COBIT, ISO, etc.)
Ability to manage communications with stakeholders through organized processes to ensure that program information is defined, collected, shared, understood, stored and retrieved in a manner that effectively meets program and stakeholder needs.
Extensive knowledge of the Enterprise services portfolio, and experience working with and communicating effectively with executive and Command leadership.
Demonstrated working knowledge of the Service Management workflows and ITSM processes.
ITIL Intermediate certification required.
Active Secret security clearance and US citizenship required.
Demonstrated understanding of business strategy, digital transformation, and security/cybersecurity and the impact it has on Defense and third-party technology vendors focused on emerging digital and security trends.
Demonstrated knowledge of software accounting and chargeback processes; strong knowledge and experience in project management and business acceptance frameworks; and basic knowledge of financial management accounting principles.
Demonstrated experience in leading large Enterprise IT modernization projects, experience in creating interactive dashboards.
ITIL Expert, ServiceNow, Agile, and / or Six Sigma Green Belt or higher, certifications or training.
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Job Category : Program Management