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Working As A Disaster Recovery Analyst

  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Getting Information
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Analyzing Data or Information
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Mostly Sitting

  • $78,920

    Average Salary

What Does A Disaster Recovery Analyst Do At Raytheon

* Appling a comprehensive knowledge of site, system and application DR and system high availability planning.
* Identifying and securing back-up systems and written policies and procedures, leveraging the latest trends in technology including cloud and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) to help develop creative solutions that meet the needs of our customer.
* Evaluating the current DR test strategy and environment and providing recommendations to close gaps and/or improve the DR test capabilities.
* Working with Information Security specialists to conduct threat, risk, vulnerability assessments, and recommend DR strategies for both the IT and critical infrastructures supporting the business processes.
* Collaborating with Risk Management on CR and service continuity and the development of resilience strategies and recovery procedures to ensure that critical business functions can resume within defined time frames, data loss is minimized, and failed systems are repaired and/or replaced quickly.
* Serving as the primary DR and COOP contact to provide guidance, response, support and expertise during live events.
* Managing and leading quarterly datacenter failover exercises, including reporting of results and applying post-exercise lessons learned.
* Implementing strategies and processes to ensure that DR and COOP plan documentation and the risk register are kept up to date with changes to production systems.
* Working across all aspects of the business, IT and support areas to define criticality of business functions and processes and identify alignment to technologies

What Does A Disaster Recovery Analyst Do At Regency Centers

* Prepare, analyze, and review all tenant billings for common area maintenance (CAM), insurance, and real estate taxes in accordance with lease terms for properties within an assigned portfolio on an annual and quarterly basis.
* Accurately abstract reconciliation data from leasing documentation and input into abstract database.
* Set up tenant’s expense participation based upon lease and property requirements to accurately reconcile common area maintenance, real estate taxes and insurance expenses.
* Complete dispute resolution for tenant billing discrepancies by analyzing the tenant billings against leasing documents and historical data.
* Prepare tenant accounts receivable reconciliations to assist with cash collections.
* Update system for any changes to tenant setups as it relates to adjustments to tenant billings.
* Review, understand, and summarize key lease terms related to tenant billings.
* Coordinate with operations team to ensure billing data is accurate.
* Prepare budgeted tenant billings.
* Keep management informed on day to day issues, escalate billing situations as appropriate, and provide visibility on new or unique situations as encountered

What Does A Disaster Recovery Analyst Do At Louisiana Department of State Civil Service

* Reviews and evaluates cases involving overpayments/ineligible payments from assistance programs administered by DCFS for correct application of policy and to determine recovery action to be taken.
* Ensures that the correct amount is being recovered.
* Provides technical assistance to parish office staff and other DCFS offices in matters relating to recovery.
* Obtains information from computer and other sources to determine the appropriate continued recovery activity and decides on future recovery action regarding allotment reduction, recoupment, follow- up letters, suspensions and closures.
* Makes referrals to the legal section for civil action on cases.
* Answers inquiries made by clients, attorneys, public officials or other persons or agencies representing clients regarding program policies and procedures and negotiating repayment plans.
* Refers to DCFS program directors and recommends corrective action in case situations where high frequency errors have been

What Does A Disaster Recovery Analyst Do At Stanley Consultants, Inc.

* Conduct site assessments, and write damage descriptions, scopes of work to repair/replace damaged public infrastructure, and develop cost estimates for the Federal funding of the projects.
* Write Project Worksheets (PWs) for the purposes of determining project eligibility, scopes of work and estimating costs to repair or replace a facility/structure to restore it to its pre-disaster design.
* Provide technical, cost estimating, and disaster recovery and/or management services while supporting technical professionals.
* Interpret construction work to ensure compliance with contract drawings and specifications as well as FEMA Public Assistance policy and procedure.
* Conduct preliminary damage assessments (PDAs) in the field with Federal, State and local officials

What Does A Disaster Recovery Analyst Do At CDM Smith

* Communicate with the homeowners, explain the NY Rising program, answer questions, and collect missing documents
* Assist homeowners in completing/providing program required paperwork, which may include traveling to their home to collect the required paperwork
* Assist in solving any design/permitting and construction issues
* Review required verification information from the homeowners to ensure all paperwork is in accordance with program policies and procedures.
* Other duties that may be assigned as needed
* Training on NY Rising program will be provided
* As a HUD-funded project, Section 3 residents from Nassau County are encouraged to apply for these positions.
* A section 3 resident is: 1) a public housing resident; or 2) a low- or very low-income person residing in the area where the Section 3 covered assistance is expended.
* Requisition ID:
* BR
* Business Unit:
* Job Title:
* Disaster Recovery Case Representative III
* Group:
* CDM Smith Employment Type:
* Regular

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Disaster Recovery Analyst Demographics


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Languages Spoken

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  • French

  • German

  • Portuguese

  • Chinese

  • Japanese

  • Carrier

  • Russian

  • Finnish

  • Mandarin

  • Arabic

  • Korean

  • Italian

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Real Disaster Recovery Analyst Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Disaster Recovery Program Analyst LIRO Engineers, Inc. Mineola, NY Apr 01, 2015 $71,000
Disaster Recovery Program Analyst LIRO Engineers, Inc. Mineola, NY Mar 16, 2015 $71,000
Disaster Recovery Consultant Amzur Technologies, Inc. Milwaukee, WI Dec 21, 2015 $60,000
Disaster Recovery Analyst Louisiana State Division of Administration Baton Rouge, LA Sep 29, 2015 $52,800
Recovery Analyst CDR Associates, LLC Manassas, VA Sep 24, 2013 $44,990
Recovery Analyst CDR Associates, LLC Seattle, WA Oct 02, 2013 $43,447
Recovery Analyst CDR Associates, LLC Renton, WA Oct 01, 2010 $42,182

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Top Disaster Recovery Analyst Skills

  1. Recovery Procedures
  2. Backup
  3. Infrastructure
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Assured that recovery procedures were effective for the restoration of corporate resources and the resumption of critical business processes.
  • Helped develop storage, backup, and disaster recovery solutions.
  • Project management of multiple recovery infrastructure exercises.
  • Audit business continuity plans and recommend improvement opportunities.
  • Collaborated directly with property managers and property accountants on fairly and ethically billing clients in financial distress.

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