- Meet with vital agency leaders and backers, collaborating with other consultants and advising agency personnel regarding the development of innovative data analysis techniques.
- Build data ingestion and pipeline processes for innovative analytics platforms using best practices and open source tools such as, NiFi.
- Develop and apply quantitative and qualitative analytic methods to identify, collect, process and analyze large data sets for specified purposes.
- Develop analytical solutions that are scalable, repeatable, effective, and meet the expectations of the decision-makers and stakeholders.
- Conduct analysis and make recommendations that significantly affect the content, interpretation, or development of major programs and policies.
- Develop polished, high-impact persuasive reports and presentations that enable strategic decision-making supporting the project’s mission.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, quantitatively-focused social sciences, or other quantitative fields.
- 1 to 4 years of experience working with large and varying data sets, applying qualitative and quantitative analysis to interpret the data.
- Knowledge and experience utilizing open source and business intelligence tools such as Python, R, Java, and SQL.
- Preferred Experience with Tableau, AWS, Apache, Hadoop, NiFi, OrientDB, HBase, ElasticSearch, and JIRA.
- Understanding of and experience with building canned and ad-hoc reports based on user requirements.
- Proficient in MS Office with advanced skills in Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Projects, and Visio.
- Strong writing skills and experience conveying highly technical material to non-technical audiences.
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyze data sets to determine trends, establish strategies, and make decisions.
- Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with diverse audiences and influence cross functionally.
- Experience working in the federal contracting space is highly desired.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a government suitability clearance.