Latitude, Inc. Operations Research Analyst in Washington DC, District Of Columbia
Must have current Top Secret clearance (based on SSBI completed within the last five years) with SCI eligibility.
The Operations Research Analyst will support the Joint Staff J8 Battlespace Awareness Functional Capability Board (FCB) by:
Applying mastery level skill in advanced analytical, mathematical, or statistical techniques related to statistical analysis, parametric and non-parametric analysis, computer modeling, simulation, decision theory, mathematical programming, regression analysis, and economic analysis.
Serving as a senior analyst in an analysis cell responsible for developing analytical models and methods.
Being the Battlespace Awareness lead for Joint Urgent Operational Need (JUON) and Joint Emergent Operational Need (JEON) processes
FCB Contract Labor Category Description:
The Operations Research Analyst (ORA) supports discrete projects or tasks focused on solving complex problems and improving operations, business processes and training.
Can work independently or as part of a process improvement team
By supporting the development of analytical methods as well as adapts and modifies techniques from other scientific, technical, and analytical disciplines to solve complex problems in support of management, organization, and business improvement efforts
Studying management and operational methods to improve workflow, work measurement and performance standards, and to simplify reporting procedures or implement cost reductions, focusing on process and productivity improvements
Providing expert advice, assistance, and guidance regarding potential problem solutions, and advice and insight about the probable effects of alternative solutions
Analyzing problems in terms of management information and conceptualizes and defines problems and required solutions
FCB Specific Task Description:
The Operations Research Analyst will:
Conducting required capability evaluations through assessments and studies to support the analytical underpinning for developing and refining issues that support JROC recommendations
Employing their functional and technical expertise in participating in strategy and planning development, programming, resourcing activities, and a variety of feedback avenues specifically related to the BA FCB task
Assessing capability issues that arise from Integrated Priority Lists (IPLs); Lessons Learned; Joint Quarterly Readiness Review (JQRR) issues and deficiencies; studies and assessments; processes; meetings; Combat Support Agency Review Team Assessments (CSARTS); or senior leader tasking as outlined in CJCSI 3137.01
Supporting assessment of BA-related topics including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) planning and direction (P&D); observation; tasking collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination (TCPED); analysis and production (A&P); blue force tracking (BFT); Joint blue force situational awareness (JBFSA); and space situational awareness (SSA) issues at the collateral and compartmented levels
Supporting analysis of the programmatic aspects of the Joint capability including competing or duplicative programs as potential offsets; develop assessment methodologies and analytical frameworks that include the collection, validation, manipulation, and maintenance of pertinent data for assessments, models, and simulations
Masters of Science degree in Operations Research with a minimum five (5) years of task related experience,
Bachelor's of Science degree in Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics or Management Science with at least twenty-four (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 three (3) of the twenty-four (24) semester hours must have been calculus with at least twelve (12) years of task related experience