Strong programming skills and familiarity with bioinformatics tools are required. Familiarity with genetics research and/or dental / cranial research is a plus. Experience with Progeny, Link, R or other comparable systems and programs is also a plus.
Expertise in the functionality of modules within OFSAAI like Profitability Management, Funds Transfer Pricing, Security Management Services, Operations, Unified Metadata manager, Unified Metadata Manager, Rules Framework etc.
The Logistics Business Process Analyst will serve as a member of multi-disciplinary teams providing technical and analytical support to Army customers on a variety of logistics subjects, alongside a variety of Army logistics organizations.
Individuals must also have excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to summarize complex scientific issues for executive leadership as well as non-scientific audiences. Individuals must be proficient in standard Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). Candidates must be US citizens with the ability to obtain a Public Trust Clearance.
The Business Analyst is responsible for the set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals.
The Data Analyst has the primary responsibility of data collection, modeling, and reporting of results; during the analysis phase of a project they will qualify the opportunities in the client's business and during the engagement phase they will support the need for ongoing data-driven work to enhance the client's systems and processes.