Operations Analyst to perform professional and scientific work requiring the design, development, and adaptation of mathematical, statistical, econometric, and other scientific methods and techniques and provide advice and insight about the probable effects of alternative courses of action.
Essential Job Functions:
Performs complete studies of limited scope or portions of larger projects, modifying/adapting techniques to fit situations, some requiring innovative approaches.
Establishes assumptions, measures effectiveness of approaches, and evaluates available alternatives.
Identifies and structures the study(s) and defines objectives.
Innovatively applies a variety of analytical techniques to formulate and solve problems.
Determines sources of data, plans, and conducts test(s) to validate study findings and conclusions. Compiles, organizes, and analyzes data. Requirements Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Minimum of a High School/GED plus 16 years of experience.
Active Secret Security Clearance.
Utilizes scientific inquiry in the development of mathematical models and computer programs to evaluate and predict the ability to support assigned projects, studies, or problems.
Diagnoses problems using a comprehensive knowledge of scientific techniques (e.g., data collection and analysis procedures).
Participates in problem definition and refinement.
Identifies significant variables and thoroughly examines underlying relationships.
Utilizes mathematical and statistical techniques, elements of operations research theory, and engineering knowledge to develop solutions to problems.
Analyzes problems revealed by prior studies and advises higher officials of the feasibility of different approaches which provide a basis for action or the solution to a specific problem.