The Office of Management’s (OM) primary responsibility is to provide leadership and direction for CVM’s management and administrative functions. This includes interactions with the Center, Agency, Department, and other Federal agencies to assure compliance with statutes, executive orders, and administrative directives. Additionally, OM performs management and program analyses, program assessments, and special studies of key issues relative to policy review and oversight.
As an Operations Research Analyst on OM’s Budget Planning and Evaluation Staff, you will:
- Collect and analyze performance information to improve evidence-based budget formulation, budget deliberations, and overall performance measurement throughout the Center.
- Construct mathematical models using advanced operations research, cost/benefit analysis, economic theory, and risk assessment techniques to evaluate the need for changes in practices and policies.
- Lead and conduct analysis and evaluation of program policy and program operations that require the application of disciplines such as operations research and analysis, process analysis and improvement, value-stream analysis, risk analysis, decision analysis, economics, mathematics, or statistics.
- Lead strategic assessments using operations research skills to assist with existing budget formulation processes to include evaluating various options and timing under differing budget assumptions.
- Lead the conceptualization of complex analyses and the choice of specific method and approach for a single project or an entire area of investigation to achieve the objective of evaluation tasks.
- Utilizing predictive analysis and data visualization to validate and summarize study findings and conclusions in succinct and informative recurring written and oral reports issued to management; and
- Developing in-depth analytical models and methods to investigate study/project objectives and determine future budget requirements utilizing the appropriate techniques for quantitative and qualitative data collection;
- Serving as technical advisor to leadership responsible for making broad budget formulation and resource capacity determinations for an organization.
Qualification & Experience:
Degree: in operations research; or at least 24 semester hours in a combination of operations research, mathematics, probability, statistics, mathematical logic, science, or subject-matter courses requiring substantial competence in college-level mathematics or statistics. At least 3 of the 24 semester hours must have been in calculus.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: New York, NY, US
Application Deadline: N/A