The MIREM OPERATIONS ANALYST is overall responsible for the successful completion of all MIREM objectives and tasks as defined
Ensures the validity of MOE/MOP used to accurately quantify exercise results
Conducts statistical trend analysis on sensor, systems, weapon and countermeasure data to incorporate multiple exercise results and ascertain system performance and TTP effectiveness
Investigates the validity of probabilistic models and algorithms resident in proposed tactical decision aids
Ensures the design and execution of M&S studies meet the specified objectives
Communicates exercise results in oral and written formats to representatives of naval commands, engineering labs, and program offices
Assists by providing insight during ad hoc workshops and conferences and responds to statistical queries of systems performance
Supervises the performance of other analysts
Operations Analyst shall have an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) applied mathematics, statistics, or operations research, and minimum of four (4) years practical experience at a professional level in operations research, operations analysis, applied math, and / or statistics. Additional experience shall include the following (which may be gained concurrently):
Two years of experience is required in leading analysis teams
Possession of excellent analytical problem solving skills
Experience in the use of analytical software tools (i.e. Matlab, Statistical Analysis Software)
Current Secret clearance required
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