Defense Predictive Readiness Analyst

Company Name:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Title: Defense Predictive Readiness Analyst
Location: Virginia-Arlington
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Key Role:
Provide subject matter expertise in predictive military readiness analysis to our DoD client. Develop and implement predictive readiness study plans. Conduct current and predictive military readiness analysis and prepare written one-page narrative summaries and supporting data summarizing the analysis of current and projected readiness for quarterly reports. Conduct analysis of aircraft availability calculations and provide readiness analytic models. Identify and select the appropriate model, computer program, database, or similar tool, including government-owned models, such as PRAS, PRISM, and Renoir, commercial analytic tools, such as MATLAB, VINSIM, and SPSS, and standard office systems, such as Microsoft Excel, Access, and other graphic and presentation programs.
Basic Qualifications:
-10 years of experience in a professional work environment, including readiness analysis and military service at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels
-5 years of experience with the predictive analysis of operational readiness matters, including relating corporate processes to operational readiness outcomes and military operations teams
-Active TS/SCI clearance
-MA or MS degree
Additional Qualifications:
-MA or MS degree in Modeling, Simulation, Math, Statistics, or in an Operations Research field
Clearance:
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.
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