Supports senior technical personnel and project managers in the planning and execution of Operational Readiness and Maintenance activities in support of SEA 21A. To gather and obtain CASREP, maintenance and other readiness data Develops and applies, mathematical or statistical theory to collect, organize, interpret and summarize numerical data to provide usable information, and present the data and information to program office leadership to address issues or resolve or direct solutions to problems.
Primarily utilize experience with naval shipboard operations and/or navy programs to develop metrics and apply statistical methods to data extracted from DoD, and Navy data bases, and analyze data provided from the fleet, and other members of the program office to search for trends, anomalies, variations to address issues or resolve systemic maintenance and readiness problems.
Analyzes and interprets data in order to identify trends, or significant differences between operational performance data, maintenance history, failure rates, and other significant operational and maintenance data.
Performs computations, applies methods of numerical analysis and sampling techniques or utilizes complete enumeration bases to data.
Develops mathematical or statistical models to project costs to implement solutions, to conduct costs benefit analysis of possible solutions or courses of action.
Participates in research projects that apply valid operational research techniques and utilize information obtained from baselines or data bases in order to structure analyses to determine limitations in terms of reliability, failure rates or usability and any factors that could impact operational readiness.
Prepares data for processing by organizing information, checking for inaccuracies and adjusting and weighting the raw data to eliminate out-liars.
Reports results of statistical analysis in the form of graphs, charts, tables, and assist in assembling information into a presentation or white paper for use by the program manager and SEA 21 Leadership to make decisions.
Bachelor¿s degree in engineering or a related scientific discipline plus 6 years directly relevant work experience. Master¿s degree plus 5 years directly relevant work experience or doctorate plus 3 years of directly relevant work experience.
In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 10 years applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by
market survey data.
4 years of service in the Navy and a tour of duty aboard a navy ship.
Experience with shipboard maintenance, CASREP Reporting and tracking, data analysis, metrics development/ tracking, operations research and/or business.
A secret security clearance is required.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
Strong communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Familiar with Microsoft Access or other program management data bases
Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.
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