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Automation and Control Strategies Group, INC. dba ACS Professional Staffing Business Analyst in Vancouver, Washington

  • Location: Vancouver, Washington
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #7792 Overview: ACS Professional Staffing is looking for an employee to work on-site with our client. This Business Analyst position will analyze business issues, recommend solutions, and define project requirements with stakeholders. Additionally, this role will be documenting requirements, collaborating with teams for implementation, maintaining the requirements process, and communicating project status while escalating issues as needed. This full-time position is located in Vancouver, WA. Pay Rate: $35.82 - $51.18 Benefits:
  • Paid holidays: 11
  • PTO: Starting at 10 days
  • Sick Leave: Up to 56 hours per year (prorated based on start date)
  • EAP: Employee Assistance Program
  • Benefit Options Available: Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, DCA, LPFSA, HSA, Group Life/AD&D, Voluntary Life/AD&D, Voluntary Short-Term Disability, Voluntary Long-Term Disability, Voluntary Critical Illness, Voluntary Accident, 401k (immediately eligible for employee and employer contributions - employer match up to 4%)
  • Other benefits include the following: Calm App, Access Perks Responsibilities:
  • This position will provide project management and change control associated with several NERC compliance and cybersecurity initiatives
  • Firmware tracking, Vulnerability assessments and password management; as well as providing detailed analysis of the Cascade and BES (Bulk Electric System) data to determine where equipment is located and how much of a risk the company has for non-compliance with NERC and requirements and standards.
  • Coordinate activities for manager-assigned projects that enable goals or objectives to be accomplished within the prescribed time frame and funding parameters.
  • Escalate concerns to appropriate manager / federal personnel.
  • Propose and monitor tasks and deadlines associated with new regulatory requirements, compliance violations, and process changes.
  • Build project sites, workflows and document libraries in SharePoint.
  • Schedule meetings, prepare agendas, take and distribute minutes, and track action items.
  • Compliance Analysis
  • Monitor new and modified equipment to verify that configurations comply with Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) requirements.
  • Prepare plans to verify that compliance requirements are defined and documented, compliance plans are formally approved, and milestones are accomplished.
  • Interview Field personnel to identify what equipment is installed in the field, update system information as appropriate.
  • Design, draft, and recommend forms, reports and/or tools to track progress and verify completion of mitigation activities for compliance violations.
  • Perform research in asset and maintenance databases to gather and organize information (i.e., recent maintenance, missing data, and trouble reports).
  • Assemble data from multiple sources and utilize advanced Excel, Power BI, or reporting applications to analyze data for potential violations, and to present data in a user-friendly format for evidence reviews.
  • Assist appropriate manager / personnel with analysis of "problem equipment" data and verify whether there is enough information to formulate solution plans.
  • Develop, draft, and recommend records management procedures and schedules for filing, protection, and retrieval of records associated with equipment in the Field related to NERC.
  • Mark documents and maintain filing system(s), files, emails, and records in accordance with compliance requirements. Share and disperse documents only to appropriate personnel (those with a Lawful Government Purpose (LGP) to know). Mark and maintain all official records in accordance with the Information Security (INFOSEC) and Information Governance & Lifecycl To view the full job description,