REQ#: RQ73305 Operations Researcher Systems Analyst (ORSA) (Open)
Travel Required: None
Public Trust: None
Requisition Type: Regular
The Operations and Research Systems Analyst directly supports Assessment Cell. ORSAs are uniquely skilled personnel who apply advanced analytical methods to provide recommendations to military leaders to assist in decisions making; they are problem solvers. ORSA personnel properly define the problem, gather facts and make necessary assumptions, generate potential solutions, develop a methodology for solving the problem, analyze the problem using a variety of analytical techniques, clearly communicating the complex problem to the decision makers, and recommend a solution. ORSA personnel will conduct analysis and recommend solutions to NSOCC- A/SOJTF-A staff and Commander at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels. ORSA personnel utilize a wide range of tools to include probability and statistical analysis, optimization, and simulation. ORSA personnel will analyze significant event data in order to identify spatial and temporal trends. They will also develop strategies to effectively allocate or employ limited resources through cost effective means.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS. Minimum qualifications required
Familiar with the Total Army Analysis process
Graduate of the Operations Research and Systems Analysis Military Applications Course (ORSA-MAC) or civilian equivalent
Graduate of the Functional Area 49 course or 361515 Systems Engineering, Operation Research (civilian equivalent)
Minimum of three years prior military experience working with Special Operations or experience conducting analysis and recommending solutions in direct support of Special Operations
Ability to respond rapidly and sufficiently to changing requirements, unexpected contingencies and other challenging situations
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Adept at communicating their results in a clear and concise manner to senior leaders
Possess an active Top Secret/SCI Clearance
Must be able to pass the latest CENTCOM MOD medical/dental/immunization requirement
Must be willing to work in austere environment
Will be required to deploy through the Conus Redeployment Center, Non-LOGCAP
*This position will deploy with U.S. Forces, and therefore is subject to Deployed Contractor training and regulations, and USCENTCOM Individual Protection and individual / Unit Deployment Policy. Successful candidates will be subject to initial and recurring physical examinations and medical testing, and meet fitness for duty requirements in accordance with the CENTCOM Policy and related modifications and regulations.
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