Date PostedDecember 13, 2021
64.000,00 USD–106.000,00 USD Yearly
U.S. citizenship required.
Are you a critical thinker with acumen for problem solving? Would you like to help the government tackle some of its most challenging cost, schedule, and performance issues? Then we want to talk with you. Here at Augur, we believe in creating a fun and challenging environment that embraces team spirit while fostering high-performance.
Augur is a small business and every employee has a direct impact on the success of the company. New hires receive intensive training and are quickly put into a position to provide unique and meaningful contributions. Analysts work in a collaborative and cross-functional environment, interfacing with subject matter experts, gaining exposure to a wide variety of analytical disciplines, and learning consulting best practices.
We are looking for motivated and analytically-oriented students or recent graduates who are ready to start their career next door to our nation’s capital. If you like problem solving, working in a dynamic team environment, and quantitative analysis, this may be the opportunity for you.
Our analysts work closely with government program offices in the acquisition of cutting edge defense systems and technologies. Analysts collaborate with cross functional experts and conduct research to gather inputs, perform analysis, develop models, compile and interpret results, and defend findings.
Cost Analysis responsibilities include: Development and maintenance of complex cost modes, life cycle cost analysis, cost risk analysis, and cost performance tracking. Special projects include analysis of alternatives (AoA), business case/cost-benefit analysis, regression analysis, and cost excursions as needed by customers.
Schedule Analysis responsibilities include: Critical path analysis, schedule variance analysis, integrated master schedule development and tracking, vendor performance analysis and tracking, schedule risk analysis and ad-hoc problem solving.
A Bachelor’s degree is required, with a preference for quantitative science or business disciplines (Economics, Math, Statistics, Finance, Business, Physics, Engineering, etc.)
Candidates must be proficient in quantitative analysis, project management concepts, and data collection and interpretation. Strong problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork, communication, and presentation skills are necessary. Applicants should be proficient in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). Experience with MS Project, analytical software tools, and programing languages such as R, Python, and VBA is helpful but not required.
Must be able to obtain and maintain the necessary levels of security clearance.
U.S. citizenship required.