Operations Research Analyst (Strategic, Defensive, and Science & Technology)
JOA#: GS 2023-1515-58(SDSD)* Updated
Department: Department of Defense
Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Hiring Organization: Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation
Salary Range: $112,015 to $183,500 Per Year
Open Period: March 27, 2023,to April 10, 2023
Pay Scale & Grade: GS-13/14/15
Series: 1515 Operations Research
Appointment Type: Permanent - Schedule B Excepted Service. A current Federal Career or Career-Conditional employee selected must voluntarily relinquish his or her competitive status prior to appointment to this position.
Work Schedule: Full Time
This job is open to All US Citizens
Clarification from the agency: This public notice is to gather applications that may or may not result in a referral or selection.
Location: Pentagon, Arlington, VA Relocation Expenses Reimbursed: No
Telework Eligibility: As determined by Agency Policy.
This position is in the Office of the Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE). The Director, CAPE is the principal staff advisor and assistant to the Secretary of Defense for planning, analysis, and evaluation of the Defense Program, including formulating the force planning, fiscal, and policy guidance upon which DoD force and program projections are based; analyzing and evaluating planned and proposed military forces, weapons systems and major programs; preparing independent cost analyses of major DoD programs and weapon system acquisitions; evaluating U.S. and foreign force capabilities; developing and evaluating alternative forces and programs; and identifying the key issues and developing information and analyses for use by the Secretary of Defense in decision-making.
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as an analyst in the Strategic, Defensive, and Science and Technology Division (SDSD). The SDSD division supports DoD leaderships decision-making by providing analytic insights on the Departments ability to achieve its priority objectives. SDSD focuses on the nuclear enterprise, missile defense, science and technology, homeland defense, and the defense supply chain. This division explores a range of potential futures and key variables to ensure DoDs limited resources support feasible and affordable future concepts and plans.
Responsibility May Include:
- Leading a Program Review team to consider changes to Defense Components' Program Objective Memoranda to ensure compliance with DoD guidance or to better align programs with the defense strategy.
- Designing and/or conducting studies and analyses on the nuclear enterprise, missile defense, science and technology, homeland defense, supply chain, executability of modernization programs, and the defense industrial base.
- Assessing the nuclear enterprise, missile defense (to include defense of Guam, defense of Hawaii, and Glide Phase Interceptor), science and technology, homeland defense, supply chain, or other portfolios within the SDSD division as well as the technological and acquisition risk associated with developing and fielding these capabilities.
- Applying a variety of analytical approaches to solve mission focused policy, methodological, and/or administrative problems in a fast-paced environment.
- Generating and presenting the findings of analytical products to senior leaders and nontechnical audiences, clearly and concisely.
- Ensuring the techniques used are valid and appropriate to the problem or issue identified. Executes analysis per approved/valid/appropriate methodologies.
- Conducting analysis in a programming or statistical software suite such as R, Python, Excel, AI/ML techniques, MATLAB, ArcGIS (specific requirements may vary).
- Performing independently and within a team setting.
- For consideration as a GS 13, 14 or 15, expected to be a subject matter expert advising senior leaders on methodological or analytical issues.
Travel Required: Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Supervisory status: No
Promotion Potential: 15
Conditions of Employment
U.S. Citizenship is required.
Required to participate in the direct deposit program. Position is subject to random drug testing.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret or a Top Secret/SCI clearance.
Employee may be required to work other than normal duty hours, to include evenings, weekends and/or holidays.
This position may require travel away from your normal duty station on military or commercial aircraft.
Employee may be required to submit an annual financial interest statement. Recruitment incentives may or may not be authorized.
Per National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of fiscal year (FY) 2017. Section 1111 modifies 5 United States Code (U.S.C.) 3326; Veterans who are retiring within 180 days of the appointment effective date may require a 180-day waiver package.
A 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.
Education must be obtained from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
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Applicants must meet all qualifications requirements by the closing date of the announcement. In addition to meeting the basic requirement above, you must also meet the qualification requirements listed below:
GS-13: One year of specialized experience (equivalent to GS-12) experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties and responsibilities of the position listed above. Your experience includes conducting quantitative analytics, developing research plans, and reporting results to management and non- technical audiences.
NOTE: There is no substitution of education for specialized experience at the GS-13 level.
GS-14: One year of specialized experience (equivalent to GS-13) experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties and responsibilities of the position listed above. Your experience includes formulating and conducting independent research programs; defining and selecting basic problems for investigation; interacting with individuals across organizational boundaries to reach a common understanding of issues and data; and reporting results to management and non-technical audiences.
NOTE: There is no substitution of education for specialized experience at the GS-14 level.
To qualify for the GS-15 you MUST have at least a year demonstrating accomplishment of the duties and competencies described below. One year of specialized experience is equivalent to 12 months at 40 hours per week. Specialized experience includes: Leading teams in a teaming environment, performing complex statistical analyses; evaluating large and complex military programs using quantitative analytic techniques; performing complex analyses in the absence of defined goals and outcomes, providing expert consultation and technical expertise to agency senior leaders on studies and analysis, and effectively communicating with senior officials, internal and external colleagues, scientific organizations, and industry stakeholders.
NOTE: There is no substitution of education for specialized experience at the GS-15 level.
Part-time or unpaid experience: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid and or part-time work. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week.
Volunteer Work Experiences: Refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service Programs (i.e., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student and social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge and skills that can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs): Your resume and application materials should reflect the depth and breadth of your competencies for the position. Do not submit a separate written statement addressing the KSAs below. Your experience must be relevant and within the past 5 years as your qualifications will be evaluated based on level of knowledge, skills, abilities and/or competencies in the following areas:
- Quantitative Analytics: Mastery of mathematical reasoning that involves designing, developing, and applying operations research, mathematical, statistical, and/or other scientific research methods. Demonstrated experience in using quantitative analytics to solve complex problems with innovative solutions sufficient to receive recognition as an authority in a particular subject. Includes ability to develop new methodologies and/or theories where current approaches are obsolete or do not support evolving directions and strategies.
- Enterprise Programs: Knowledge of DoD nuclear enterprise, science and technology, communications, homeland defense, missile defense programs, or hypersonics, including their contribution to successful accomplishment of critical DoD mission sets. Ability to create and innovate new concepts, analysis and alternatives to improve the SDSD portfolios. Experience in federallaboratories is desired.
- U.S. Defense Policies and Programs. Thorough knowledge of U.S. defense policies and programs, allied military capabilities, and projected threats to U.S. interests. Ability to review DoD planning documents (National Defense Strategy, Defense Planning Guidance, etc.), evaluate impact on manpower, defense-wide, or medical programs, and prepare comments and fact-based recommendations for changes or improvements.
- PPBES: Thorough knowledge of DoDs Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System. Demonstrate knowledge of how DoD broadly aligns defense strategy to resources. Demonstrate familiarity with procedures used to aid decision makers in making choices through independent, objective, and fact-based analyses.
- Building Coalitions: Ability to work with and collaborate with individuals across a broad spectrum of internal and external organizational representatives. Demonstrate ability to independently work across organizations, successfully navigate a complex bureaucracy, to share and obtain information, and to influence outcomes. Must have the ability to develop an expansive professional network with other organizations and to identify the internal and external politics that impact the work of the organization.
- Communication: Ability to translate complex concepts, findings, and limitations into concise, plain language through varied types of written communication to include emails, memos, PowerPoint briefs, white papers, and full reports. Oral communications may include formal presentations or briefings in front of large groups of senior officials and could occur with little to no forewarning and may require communicating on matters with opposing views. Must be able to explain, advocate, and express facts and ideas in aconvincing manner, and to negotiate with individuals and groups internally and externally.
Background Checks and Security Clearance
Washington Headquarters Services is currently operating under an approved reengineered Priority Placement Program (PPP) pilot for all positions in its serviced workforce. This pilot is application based and current PPP registrants who are registered for activity codes 293A and 295A (regardless of the location) are required to apply to the job announcement to exercise their priority placement status. This pilot permits priority applicants to be assessed with other competitive applicants. Anyone claiming priority status must provide a copy of their PPP registration and supporting documentation (e.g., RIF notice, Sponsor's PCS orders, Certification of Expected Separation) at the time of application to verify priority placement and eligibility.
This is a Schedule B Excepted Service Public Notice, under these recruitment procedure applications will be accepted, and selections are made for vacancies as they occur.
A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the selectee fails to meet the pre- employment requirements, including failure to report to any of the scheduled appointments.
This position is eligible for telework, at the time of hire you may request to telework one or more days a pay period depending upon the terms of CAPEs telework policy and your divisions mission.
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Nepotism: Under the provisions of 5 USC 3110, an individual may not be appointed into a position if the position is under the supervisory chain of command of a relative.
The qualifications for this position will be evaluated by Subject Matter Experts prior to a referral. If you meet the minimum qualifications for this position, your application will be evaluated under a multi-hurdle assessment approach, culminating in a ranking and referral.
Resume Review (First Hurdle): Subject matter experts will review your resume to determine qualifications based on the required competencies identified above.
Qualifying Structured Interviews (Second Hurdle): If the subject matter experts determine that your resume reflects the required competencies, you will have a panel interview (virtual or phone) to further assess whether your experience meets the required competencies. This panel interview may include in-depth questions; detailed review of writing sample and, or exercise/case study to measure your depth of knowledge in relation to the required competencies.
Ranking and Preference: Preference will be applied to applicants who move forward after the qualifying Interviews.
Selection Process: Hiring Managers will receive a certificate listing of qualified candidates who are eligible for selection. If you are not selected for this position, you may be considered for similar positions for up to 6 months (from the certificate date). This certificate may also be shared with other CAPE Hiring Managers. If you are selected for an interview, you may be asked to give a presentation and/or analyze a case study. You may also be asked to participate in several rounds of interviews.
Qualified candidates will be assigned a score between 70 and 100 not including points that may be assigned for veterans preference. Your answers will be verified against information provided in your application and/or by reference checks. If your resume does not support the responses in your application, or if you fail to submit required documentation before the vacancy closes, you may be rated 'ineligible', 'not qualified', or your score may be adjusted accordingly.
To be considered for this position, you must submit your completed application no later than 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time on the closing date of this announcement. Requests for extensions will not be granted, so please begin the application process allowing yourselfenough time to finish before the deadline. Submit a completed application package to CAPE via website @ https://www.cape.osd.mil/).
Required Documents: The following documents are required and must be provided with your application for this announcement:
a.IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR, SPECIFIC AND DETAILED. WE MAY NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE.
b. You must include name, address, personal email/telephone number, months, years and hours per week worked to receive credit for your work and/or volunteer experience. One year of specialized experience is equivalent to 12 months at 40 hours per week. Part-time hours are prorated. You will not receive any credit for experience that does not indicate exact hours per week or is listed as "varies". If your resume does not contain this information, your application may be marked as insufficient and you will not receive consideration for this position.. If your resume does not contain this information, your application may be marked as insufficient and you will not receive consideration for this position.
c. If your resume includes a photograph or other inappropriate material or content, you will not be considered for this vacancy. Do not include any Personally Identifiable Information (i.e., Social Security Number, Birthdate).
3.Writing Sample: To demonstrate your analytical ability and writing skills, submit a writing sample. This can be a previously written paper or report, such as a journal article, thesis, or a paper written for coursework or prior employment.
4.Transcripts: Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for it to be credited towards qualifications requirements. Therefore, provide only proof of attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Copies of a diploma alone are not sufficient. FOREIGN EDUCATION: Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the requirements. You must show proof the education credentials have been deemed to be at least equivalent to that gained in conventional U.S. education program. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying.
5.Veterans Preference: veteran eligibility documentation (DD-214 Member #4 Copy, VA Letter, Standard Form (SF) 15 as applicable). Please note: If you are a veteran who has not yet been discharged, you may provide a statement of intent to discharge from your agency to receive Veterans Preference under the VOW (Veterans Opportunity to Work) to Hire Heroes Act of 2011.
6.SF 50: Your latest SF-50 (if applicable) showing your tenure, grade and step, and type of position occupied (e.g., Excepted or Competitive Service). Remove all Personally Identifiable Information (Social Security Number and Birthdate). If you receive an updated SF-50 after initially applying, please provide the updated document to CAPE to be added to your application.
NOTE: Ensure all submitted documents contain your full name. Failure to provide all the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.
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Operations research analysts manage and evaluate data to improve business operations, supply chains, pricing models, and marketing. In addition, improvements in analytical software have made operations research more affordable and applicable to a wider range of areas.What is a military operations analyst? ›
Military Operations Analyst 2
JSAF operations experience a plus. Analyzes the conduct and results of operational user training, military maneuvers or simulated wartime operations undertaken to main the capabilities of a force.
Market research analysts typically need a bachelor's degree in market research or a related business, communications, or social science field. Courses in statistics, research methods, and marketing are important for prospective analysts.Is Operation Research Analyst a good career? ›
It's a growing field that U.S. News & World Report ranks as the #4 Best Business Job, #10 Best STEM Job, and #20 overall Best Job. Find out more about the operations analyst career path, including what they do, required skills, and job responsibilities.How much does an operations research analyst in the military get paid? ›
Average U.S. Army Operations Analyst yearly pay in the United States is approximately $72,630, which meets the national average.What is the day life of an operations research analyst? ›
Most operations research analysts work full time in office environments, although they may spend some time gathering information in the field. The ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines is important, along with strong communication, analytical and mathematical skills and a knack for problem-solving.What is required to be an operations analyst? ›
Most operations analyst jobs require a bachelor's degree, but at the upper end of the field, a master's degree or higher may be required. These jobs involve investigating all aspects of company or organizational management and require good research skills, analytical skills, and creative thinking.What is the personality of an operations research analyst? ›
Operations research analysts score highly on openness, which means they are usually curious, imaginative, and value variety. They also tend to be high on the measure of extraversion, meaning that they rely on external stimuli to be happy, such as people or exciting surroundings.What is the best degree for operations analyst? ›
Many companies hiring an operations analyst typically look for someone with a bachelor's degree in business, social science or engineering. While required credentials vary, some organizations prefer to hire someone with a master's degree.
Hours: Most Operations Analysts work traditional 9-5 hours. You'll often collaborate with other teams and senior leaders, so you'll need to be available during normal business hours. Tools: Most of your tools are digital.How long does it take to become an operations analyst? ›
Hiring managers expect an operations analyst to have soft skills such as writing skills, math skills, and interpersonal skills. Once you have all the required skills and experience, it takes an average of 6-12 months of job training to become an operations analyst.Do you need a PHD to be a research analyst? ›
Earning a Graduate Degree
Not all government research analysts are required or expected to have a graduate degree; it depends on the particular job and agency. It's possible to land an entry-level job in this field with just a bachelor's degree.
You don't need a full-blown degree to become a data analyst, but you do need a structured and formal approach to learning the necessary skills. The best (and most flexible) way to do so is through a project-based course.Is research analyst stressful? ›
Work in this field can be stressful
As a result, the time constraints associated with this work can lead to stress for market research analysts.
Working as an operations analyst can be stressful at times, depending on the nature of the problems they are tasked with solving.Is Operation Research easy or hard? ›
Operations Research is a challenging programme that attracts the very best students. You should be a hard worker – this research master's programme is anything but easy. You should also be ambitious, aiming either to go on to do a PhD or to become a top researcher in the business world.What comes after operations analyst? ›
The most common job after being an operations analyst is an business analyst.What is the average salary of operations analyst in US? ›
|Job Title||Average Salary||Salary Range|
|Sales Operations Analyst||$69,716||Min: $37K Max: $215K|
|Account Manager||$79,354||Min: $40K Max: $230K|
|Inside Sales Manager||$83,090||Min: $41K Max: $205K|
|Client Success Manager||$87,118||Min: $39K Max: $250K|
Average Lockheed Martin Senior Operations Analyst yearly pay in the United States is approximately $84,991, which meets the national average.
An Operations Reporting Analyst in your area makes on average $74,736 per year, or $1,924 (3%) more than the national average annual salary of $72,812.What is the career path for operational research? ›
Career path and progression
With experience you could become a project or team leader, then manager of an operational research department. You could also become self-employed as a management consultant.
People with an innate knack for solving complex math problems and who are computer savvy are well-suited for a career as an operations research analyst.What makes a good operations analyst? ›
A good Operations Analyst must have excellent communication skills as they work with different levels of management, and they must have strong analytical skills in order to understand and interpret data throughout their projects.What makes you a great candidate for the role operations analyst? ›
A: An operations analyst who becomes personally involved with employee engagement shows initiative and passion for the work that they complete for a company. The ideal candidate will have leadership skills and the ability to relate to their coworkers in a broader scope.What is the difference between a business analyst and an operations analyst? ›
Operations analysts concentrate on the internal operations of a business. They focus on the production aspect and evaluate ways to improve processes and employee performance. Business analysts focus on the overall effectiveness of an organization's business strategies.What is the difference between data analyst and operations analyst? ›
The main difference between operational analytics and other forms of data analytics is that the former utilizes almost real-time data. Many forms of data analytics solely use historical data, for instance, to make financial projections or to identify patterns that might affect upcoming product launches (for example).What is an example of an operations research analyst? ›
For example, an operations research analyst may help determine how a supermarket is organized, schedule airline flights or set the cost of a software package. Others could design new product lines or upgrade existing ones. These professionals can find work in many industries, and jobs are available around the country.Which 4 personality types are considered to be analysts? ›
The personality types in the Analyst Role – Architects (INTJ), Logicians (INTP), Commanders (ENTJ), and Debaters (ENTP) – are known for their love of rationality. Because they share the Thinking trait, these types often aim to make decisions with their heads rather than their hearts.What techniques do operations research analysts use? ›
Operations research analysts are high-level problem-solvers who use advanced techniques, such as optimization, data mining, statistical analysis and mathematical modeling, to develop solutions that help businesses and organizations operate more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Highest salary that a Data Analyst can earn is ₹11.6 Lakhs per year (₹96.7k per month).Can an analyst make 6 figures? ›
Data analysts make from $43,000 to six-figure salaries, with the potential to earn even more in bonuses, commissions, and profit-sharing. Many analysts advance to higher-paying roles.Do you need a masters for operations research? ›
You Can Become an Operations Research/Analytics Professional
Entry-level professionals generally begin with a bachelor's degree in math, business, or industrial engineering with an emphasis in operations research, analytics, or quantitative methods.
Highest reported salary offered who knows Operations Management is ₹68lakhs. The top 10% of employees earn more than ₹35lakhs per year. The top 1% earn more than a whopping ₹50lakhs per year.Is working in operations stressful? ›
Working as an operations manager can be stressful at times. One of the challenges of the job is that the company relies on them to ensure the company is well-staffed with qualified employees and that they have the resources they need.What is a typical day of an analyst? ›
However, a typical day will consist of managing and attending team meetings, project planning, user story refinement, documentation management, and communicating proposed solutions to stakeholders based on the analysis you have undertaken.Is it hard to get a job as an analyst? ›
As with any other job, finding a career as a business analyst takes persistence. You may have to go too many different interviews for many different companies before you find anyone who will hire you.What is the career summary for operations analyst? ›
Talented operations analyst well-versed in gathering, organizing and modeling data. Proficient at developing forecasts and reporting on relevant trends to facilitate strategic planning. Offering over seven years of experience and a strong desire to make a positive impact on business operations.
To be considered, you will need at least a 3.0 GPA, excellent communication and writing skills, and an interest in foreign affairs. To be accepted, you will need to go through the standard hiring process, including medical and security evaluations that are detailed below.Can you get into PhD without Masters thesis? ›
Can You Get a PhD Without a Masters? Yes, you can get a PhD without first obtaining a master's degree. A number of universities offer direct entry to PhD programs from undergraduate or bachelor degree studies. In some cases, specific schools or programs may prefer that applicants hold a master's degree.
Programming languages: Although not always necessary, some companies do require market research analysts to know a programming language, such as R, SQL, SAS, or SPSS, which feeds into their data gathering and data interpretation efforts.Why do I want to be a research analyst? ›
“I want to be a Research Analyst because the role is a match for my own natural skills and qualities, and the work is something I am very passionate about. As a Research Analyst, there is a requirement to work under pressure, and the results you produce must be accurate if your employer is to achieve their goals.What are the interview questions for research analyst? ›
- Why do you want to be a research analyst?
- Explain what you know about the company.
- What circumstances led you to apply for new roles?
- What's your strongest technical skill?
- What's your strongest soft skill?
- What are the areas where you want to improve?
Is working as a research analyst a good career? Yes, being a research analyst is a rewarding career for those passionate about giving insights that help companies gain an advantage over their competitors. These professionals usually earn a high salary and enjoy many perks and benefits.How to get a job at 30 with no experience? ›
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- Be willing to take on an entry-level position.
49.2% of all research analysts are women, while 50.8% are men. The average age of an employed research analyst is 36 years old.What is it like being an operations research analyst? ›
Operations research analysts manage and evaluate data to improve business operations, supply chains, pricing models, and marketing. In addition, improvements in analytical software have made operations research more affordable and applicable to a wider range of areas.Are research analysts in demand? ›
Employment of market research analysts is projected to grow 19 percent from 2021 to 2031, much faster than the average for all occupations.
The best Business Analyst jobs can pay up to $133,500 per year. The job of a business analyst is to streamline a client's business efficiency at a high level.Is analyst job stressful? ›
Several data professionals have defined data analytics as a stressful career. So, if you are someone planning on taking up data analytics and science as a career, it is high time that you rethink and make an informed decision.
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Operations analysts at the top of their game go on to work in a variety of senior positions. They might become operations managers, senior financial analysts, or vice president of operations within a company.What is an operations analyst also known as? ›
Operations analysts are often referred to as operations research analysts, which describes the job quite effectively. In this role, you'll research company operations to help management make decisions, reformulate policies, adjust logistics, and make changes to streamline operations.What is the difference between operations analyst and business analyst? ›
Operations analysts concentrate on the internal operations of a business. They focus on the production aspect and evaluate ways to improve processes and employee performance. Business analysts focus on the overall effectiveness of an organization's business strategies.What is the difference between financial analyst and operations analyst? ›
The biggest distinction between a financial analyst and a business analyst is that a financial analyst deals more with investments while a business analyst deals more with operations and management. It comes down to the field in which you feel more confident and knowledgeable.How much does an audit operations analyst earn? ›
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