Work with AIR's Strategy Office and Practice Area leaders to identify new opportunities, cultivate funding sources, conceptualize approaches, contribute to writing, and conduct critical technical reviews of major proposals and grant applications
Applies sufficient knowledge of statistical procedures, psychometric methods and statistical programming (e.g., SAS) to work independently on most aspects of statistical analysis work, while receiving instruction and guidance in other aspects.
Develop and maintain system requirements, design specifications, installation and deployment instructions, and other system-related information to address information security engineering/architecture requirements.
Conduct a variety of activities with staff and AIR's Communications Department to achieve preeminence for AIR's applied work in the education field through presentations at major conferences, publications, visits with clients, etc.
The Content Team in our Education Assessment Program is responsible for the creation of all test materials, products, and services for the Assessment Program of the American Institutes for Research (AIR).
Analyze certain company requirements for procurement/subcontracting activities, assist with initiating Requests
for Proposal, and assist in the negotiations of procurement arrangements with subcontractors that are financially and
contractually favorable to AIR.
Perform compliance scanning/testing to ensure systems conform to established system baselines and security configurations. Measure, identify, and systems that do not meet minimum security standards.
Work with Service Operations teams to troubleshoot and resolve operational issues that impact the confidentiality, integrity or availability of IT systems.