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    This position is located in the U.S. International Trade Commission, Office of Operations, Office of Analysis and Research Services, Statistical and Data Services Division. As a Survey Statistician, you will be involved in the collection, compilation, and analysis of data; preparation of reports; and the presentation of relevant information. In addition, you will develop analytic and management data tools, conduct research, and advance office initiatives.

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    A Survey Statistician (Economics) participates in providing statistical analysis and development of statistical applications, survey and sampling expertise support to users; applies statistical expertise in defining and quantifying analytical problems, and suggests possible approaches to their resolution; plans and carries out assigned projects for collecting and analyzing detailed statistical data; plans and prepares quantitative and qualitative analysis of data.

    You will plan, carry out, and lead assigned projects for collecting and analyzing detailed statistical data, which may require checking the accuracy of statistical reports. Microsoft Excel and Access, SQL, SAS, and STATA will be the most commonly used software platforms to accomplish your work. At times, using Visual Basic for Application (VBA), JavaScript, and other computers programming languages will be necessary to efficiently complete your tasks. You will develop comprehensive written reports, graphics, and charts illustrating the results of your analysis. You will also prepare, present, and defend your findings in oral presentation to senior staff and project team members.

    You will conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses, appropriate to your experience and education, utilizing a variety of software tools. You will perform duties related to statistical surveys, such as the tabulation and processing of data, the routing and posting from secondary sources, and preparation of charts, tables or graphs. You will analyze data and information related to international trade and import injury investigations. You may conduct literature reviews and other research on international trade issues and topics, including summarizing findings through written products.

    This position requires a high level of intellectual curiosity, resourcefulness, initiative, creativity, perseverance, and the ability to work independently.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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