The Senior Configuration Management Manager is responsible for configuration management (CM) tasks to include use of Software Configuration Management tools for configuration identification, configuration control, configuration status accounting, configuration verification and audits, product release and delivery, and preparing and migrating builds and deployments. Manages all IPPS-A environments enforces strict version control process to ensure all environments are consistently configured.
Develop design and establishes software configuration management planning documentation and procedures.
Authorize the release of software change-sets, processes, drawings and software configuration changes specified by management and other functional groups.
Provide subject matter advice and guidance on CM best practice methods, standards, and requirements to individuals responsible for software lifecycle management to SI Leadership.
Monitor and manage corrective action plans and implements process improvement responses.
Leads and provides guidance to CM Specialists and Stat Administrators ensuring all personnel are performing CM tasks as required by contract.
Lead the CM Share Service team providing CM support across all releases.
Designs and seeks agreement on the scope of the entire Configuration Management framework, including identifying and documenting the items to be controlled and the information to be captured and recorded.
Ensures the proper baseline identification of configuration items, perform periodic audits, and provide verification of version release configuration items.
Develops and maintains CM process standards, plans, and procedures. Ensure changes to the process methods and processes are properly approved, communicated and managed throughout the CM lifecycle.
Maintains status accounting records to ensure that current and historical configurations of products can be accurately determined throughout the product life cycle. Tracks all problems and changes in product documents and reports changes and current configuration.
Participate in Configuration Control Board/Test Readiness Board team, as well attends meetings with management and other functional groups to obtain and authorizes the release of configuration items, drawings and software configuration changes specified as needed.
Assists the CM Specialist, Lead in the creation and management of each project specific Configuration Management Plan.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, or Information Systems, or business administration or other technically relevant field
Minimum of seven years direct experience in configuration management of information systems
Knowledge of enterprise-level applications, including Enterprise Release Planning (ERP), Electric Data Interface (EDI), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), data warehouses, etc. and ERP applications (e.g., PeopleSoft, SAP) is strongly desired.
Current active Secret Clearance
Experience working in software system development and sustainment as a software developer, analyst, systems engineer, or CM systems administrator
Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner with success working in an Agile Collaboration Teams.
Experience working in an AGILE environment
Minimum of 3 years hands-on experience utilizing a CM Tool (e.g., SVN, Clear Case) that supports an enterprise CM framework (e.g., version control, third-party version control support, code migrations, file merging, branching, custom reports generation, impact analysis, third-party tool integration, and roll back capabilities) as well as tool administration and configuration
Familiarity with Quest STAT for CM/Version Control of PeopleSoft, third-party apps, and any custom-developed code
Experience working with PeopleSoft 9.1 ERP and Oracle 11g databases
Experience in managing development and delivery of multiple overlapping Releases
Experience designing and managing a Configuration Management Data Base (CMDB) (knowledge of HP uCMDB is strongly desired)
Experience with HP Quality Center repository for system builds
Knowledge of CMMI Level 3 processes
Familiarity with Risk and Issue Management
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