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Mobile IT Analyst with Savvion BPM

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Reference: JOB929
Location: Washington, DC, United States
Employer: Maureen Pettine
Application deadline: CLOSED
Contact: Maureen Pettine

Description: Provides information technology services in the areas of systems planning, storage systems analysis, server systems analysis, database analysis, website analysis, web application analysis, LAN analysis, user support planning and related IT systems functions including, but not limited to operations and support, design/test, and administration of each functional area. Will be responsible for planning and analysis for mobile technology services. These services currently include RIM Blackberry, Good Technology, iPhone and iPad. Must have experience in the preceding areas as well as knowledge of other mobile technologies. This position will assist the Program Office in preparation for delivery of information on these and future mobile technologies.


  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Computer Science
  • Five years of relevant mobile technology experience
  • Savvion BusinessManager process management experience
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