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Senior Business Analyst/Tester


DRT Strategies delivers expert management consulting and information technology (IT) solutions to large federal agencies, the U.S. Navy, state and local government and commercial clients in health care, technology, and the financial services industries.

The three letters of our name, DRT, stand for Driving Resolutions Together, which is the core philosophy on which the company was founded.  That is, we collaborate with our clients to solve their most pressing IT challenges - together.

We are problem solvers dedicated to your success, combining Fortune 500 experience with small business responsiveness.  We have established a reputation with our clients as a forward thinking consulting firm with demonstrated success in implementing solutions that lead to meaningful results.  Our world-class consultants unite people to work collaboratively to achieve project goals and make your vision a reality.


  • Schedule meetings with the project team, stakeholders and other participants; prepare agendas; and take meeting minutes including discussion points and action items
  • Maintain the Action items list. Work with the project team members to track progress of the action items on a weekly basis
  • Identify, document, and track risks, issues, and action items
  • Attend bi-weekly DDMSS-OIMT (CDER OBI and OIMT) stakeholders meetings
  • Ensure all meeting materials are available online and before, during, and after meetings
  • Develop new or update existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) documents, as needed
  • Assist in maintaining and updating the eCTD Tool Global Submit system Requirements documentations (BRD, SRS, RTM), as well as the Automated Submission Receipt (ASR) system Requirements documentations
  • Develop new or update existing testing documents and artifacts for the project, including Test Plan, Test Data, Test Scripts, and Test Reports, as needed. Ability to develop test scripts from requirements gathered, bugs reported, and other system issues identified 
  • Coordinate User Acceptance Test effort, facilitate meetings, and provide support to stakeholders when they encounter issues or have questions  
  • Perform testing of issues reported by testing participants and forward to Global Submit to fix. Test bug fixes or enhancements received from Global Submit to ensure system functionality meets the FDA’s needs
  • Per FDA Security recommendations, conduct a monthly review of the Electronic Document Room (EDR) user’s list and request removal of users who no longer need access
  • Provide ad-hoc project management support as needed
  • Develop a Weekly Status Report that shows the status of each work assignment, meetings attended, outstanding action items for the current week, as well as for the following week

Required Experience

  • Two (2) years of program or project management experience
  • Two (2) years of testing, including test plan and test scripts development and testing execution
  • Experience with project management tools: e.g., MS Project, Sharepoint, or equivalent
  • IV&V, QA, and testing experience
  • Strong requirements gathering experience
  • Basic knowledge of the Enterprise Performance Life Cycle (EPLC) framework
  • High level of professionalism and patience working with a large number of key stakeholders
  • Experience with MS Word, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Excel and SharePoint
  • Follow-up and follow-through on work products and activities
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail
  • Background in client service positions
  • Ability to multitask effectively
  • Critical thinking skills

Preferred Experience

  • Basic knowledge of the organization of FDA Centers, Review Divisions, and the Office of Information Management and Technology (OIMT)  

Education and Training

  • Bachelor's degree in a Business related field
  • Professional certification preferred

DRT Strategies, Inc. (DRT) celebrates diversity and is proud to provide Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetics, disability, or protected veteran status. In addition to federal law requirements, DRT complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

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