MissionEssential Knowledge Manager in United States
Mission Essential is currently seeking Knowledge Managers to provide recommendations for the development of Knowledge Management (KM) systems by designing and implementing SharePoint process improvement solutions. Government personnel must approve all solutions prior to contractor implementation. The Knowledge Managers shall produce for Government review and approval, a KM SOP IAW Army FM 6-01.1, which shall guide KM efforts within the organization and assist implementing the KM structure, practices, and governance model into place. ;The Knowledge Managers shall provide position papers containing analysis that provide assessments regarding the effectiveness of current organizational SOPs and processes as discussed during the KM Working Group (KMWG). The Knowledge Managers shall facilitate the KMWG using a variety of techniques and tools to enable that collaboration to occur; push out information received to individuals or to the entire working group, , and pull information from the working group that they know members need. The Knowledge Managers shall publish minutes to the SharePoint KM portal site and in email to designated Government personnel from the KMWG and provide recommendations for the follow-on KMWG. The Knowledge Managers shall provide surveys, interviews, and the results of each that enable methods of sharing knowledge both within and outside of the organization, as well as vertically and laterally. The Knowledge Managers shall participate in meetings to ensure requirements and design concepts are accomplished through the creation of governance and maintenance plans, custom workflows and site themes, SharePoint content management with Microsoft Office applications and the transfer of content from shared drives and other repositories to SharePoint.; The Knowledge Managers shall implement the KM practice by leveraging SharePoint as enabling technology, where applicable. The Knowledge Managers shall provide formats and recommendations in the management and use of SharePoint from any prioritized KMWG recommendations, which facilitate knowledge sharing within the organization. The Knowledge Managers shall provide status updates to the client, including actual versus planned task progress made, schedule status, surveys/interviews conducted, meetings attended, issues, and recommendations. These status updates shall identify planned versus actual tasks completed within the previous week. The Knowledge Managers shall Provide CI Operations Trends and Strategic Communications support, which involves the review of operations files, exchange of analyses, conduct of operational data queries, collating and organizing the data of operational activity to include dossiers on over 1,500 operations, articulate operational leads, gaps, vulnerabilities, and trends.