Peraton requires Release Managers to support the Special Operation Command Information Technology Enterprise Contract (SITEC) – 3. Positions are located at the SOCOM Headquarters at MacDill, AFB FL, and at the TSOC and Component locations in the United States and abroad.
The purpose of the Special Operations Forces Information Technology Enterprise Contract (SITEC) 3 Enterprise Operations and Maintenance (EOM) Task Order (TO) is to provide USSOCOM, its Component Commands, its Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs), and its deployed forces with Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services to maintain Network
Operations (NetOps); maintain systems and network infrastructure; provide end user and common device support; provide configuration, change, license, and asset management; conduct training, and perform Install, Move, Add, Change (IMACs) services. The responsibilities and tasks associated with each requirement play a pivotal role to USSOCOM, the CIO/J6 organization, and ultimately the end-user who operate around the globe 24x7x365.
The Release Manager requires extensive experience in order to provide leadership on structuring application changes into a release to meet operational needs while limiting abrupt changes in production systems environment. The Release Manager leads the common definition and methodology of a release management framework for the enterprise by collaborating with portfolio management and other IT domain stakeholders to drive consistency and predictability of every release deployment into production. The Release Manager shall continually improve their ability to deliver changes and releases while minimizing risk to the operational environment. The Release Manager must possess a strong knowledge of software integration. The Manager shall effectively deploy new releases into the production environment while minimizing service disruption. The Manager shall utilize all approved RM processes for implementing approved changes within the SIE
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Developing, implementing, updating, and monitoring RM processes for integrating approved changes.
• Developing and using a holistic approach in creating RM processes and methodologies.
• Ensuring that technical and non-technical aspects of a release are taken into consideration in designing, engineering, and integrating all releases.
• Planning and performing the release of approved software, hardware, policy, and procedural changes.
• Performing RM activities related to preparing new or reconfigured software and hardware for release.
• Adhering to RM policies, procedures, processes, and regulations for implementing approved changes to the enterprise, including software and hardware.
• Socializing technology changes impacting end users, focusing on benefits and expectations through the use of various technologies.
• Collaborating with other support teams which are directly affected or impacted by RM activities including: Change Management, CM, Problem Management, CSD, production operations, and other pertinent IT support groups relating to release training for system administrators, release content, schedule, and approval.
• Developing and updating release implementation plans to cover Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) training operations teams and the CSD. Test the transition of the release implementation plans to the production environment.
• Ensuring that each release and release packages can be tracked, installed, verified, and uninstalled or backed out if required.
• Creating an approach for building, testing, and maintaining controlled OT&E environments, including cloud OT&E environment, with activities including:
• Developing build plans from design specifications and environment configuration requirements.
• Establishing the logistics, lead and build times to set up the environments.
• Testing the build and related procedures.
• Scheduling the build and test activities.
• Assigning contractor resources, roles, and responsibilities to perform key activities.
• Tracking and documenting bug resolution efforts and trends, while highlighting positive and negative trends for future release practices
• Deriving test plans from stakeholder input and communicating the details effectively to development teams
• Coordinating across software development groups to ensure teams understand their goals and are meeting them according to agreed metrics
• Identifying and documenting successes and challenges in release cycles to improve future processes
• Some positions may require shift work and/or an ability to work a non-standard work schedule to support the USSOCOM mission
MacDill AFB, FL
Ft. Liberty, NC
*Positions are contingent on contract award.*
**Salary range is based on geographical location.**
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