A successful candidate in this position will...
- Perform statistical analyses of projects pertaining to the Energy sector or to a sub-sector of it.
- Initiate, formulate, plan, execute and control statistical studies or continuing projects.
- Modify and adapt a variety of methods or develop new systems and procedures.
- Apply mathematical statistical theories, techniques and methods to statistical studies, projects and programs.
- Participate in studies.
At the full performance level, Mathematical Statistician, GS-1529-12, you will:
- Select, adapt, modify, and refine a variety of methods and develop new procedures for mathematical statistical projects.
- Develop new or improved methods and evaluate different mathematical statistical approaches/methods such as frame development and maintenance, survey design, cognitive testing, data confidentiality, editing, imputation, estimation, graphical validation, statistical analyses, regression, and forecasting to ensure data quality.
- Analyze findings, evaluate mathematical statistical limitations of data, and specify the range of possible explanations.
- Work as part of a multi-disciplinary study team or independently, contingent on the magnitude and complexity for which the study requires.
- Conduct presentations at meetings and conferences.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required to attend training, conferences or meetings.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…
- Current and former Federal Employees with reinstatement eligibility
- Veterans Recruitment
- 30% Disabled
- Individuals with disabilities
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