• Systems Management Technologist

    Job Locations US-CA-Monterey
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  • Company Description

    Spry is a certified Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) headquartered in McLean, VA. Spry provides Enterprise, C4IT, Management, and Cyber Solutions to the federal government and commercial entities. Founded in 2001, Spry Methods was built on the foundation of combining industry knowledge with unmatched responsiveness to produce results for our customers. Our goal is to build a business dedicated to the maximization of value for all stakeholders starting with our employees, our customers, and our community. We recognize that talented and dedicated employees are our most valued assets and the foundation of our success. Guided by these principles, we have established an impressive track record of proven past performance serving our customers within the Commercial, Federal Civilian, DoD, and Intelligence Communities. A CMMI Level 3 certified and ISO 9001:2008 registered company, Spry is committed to quality and continuous improvement.


    The Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FLENUMMETOCCEN), under the direction of the Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, has the mission to collect, interpret, and apply global atmospheric and oceanographic data and information in support of strategic and tactical warfare and peace-keeping initiatives. Capability Assessment and Planning support services shall include facilitating and standardizing various cross-command planning processes and sub-processes, with a specific focus on transitioning capabilities expected to migrate from other organizations, such as the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).  Gathering, synthesizing, tracking and reporting information regarding future capabilities will cross both technical and business areas and require coordination of senior-level stakeholders.

    Job Responsibilities and/or Success Factors

    • Investigate and gather historical data concerning current FLENUMMETOCCEN operational capability and the projects expected to become operational
    • Review and assess future capabilities to be transitioned from NRL Monterey and other external entities against the established “as-is” capabilities, and identify gaps and/or shortfalls in the FLENUMMETOCCEN IT architecture with regards to supporting these future capabilities
    • Facilitate  and provide meeting minutes for all meetings lead by either the N-8 department head, the Deputy Program Manager or the N-82 Systems Engineer that involve  capability planning, capacity planning or requirements development of FLENUMMETOCCEN
    • Prepare for, attend, and deliver reports on all meetings and telephone conferences with personnel from Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), NAVMETOCCOM, various Program Executive Offices (PEOs), Naval Facilities, Naval Postgraduate School and Office of Naval Research, which will affect FLENUMMETOCCEN’s requirements
    • Create and maintain documentation used by N-8 for capability assessment, planning, and implementation of requirements

    Required skills and experience include

    • Secret Clearance
    • 3 years of experience coordinating / communicating with managers and technical personnel
    • 2 years of experience tracking projects / programs / processes
    • 1 year of experience facilitating cross-command projects / programs /processes
    • 2 years of technical writing/speaking experience

    EEO Statement

    At Spry, we believe talented and dedicated employees are our most valued assets and the foundation of our success. We are committed to crafting a diverse and inclusive workplace that endorses engagement, creativity, quality and innovation.


    We are proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and as such, we evaluate qualified candidates in full consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, and any other protected status.


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