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    NTSB: Independently Advancing Transportation Safety

    This position is located at the National Transportation Safety Board, in the Office of Research and Engineering's Safety Research Division (RE-10). The incumbent serves as a Statistician performing a variety of complex tasks involving statistical, biostatistical, epidemiological and/or econometric principles, methods and techniques in support of the mission of the division and the agency.

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    Responsibilities

    At the GS-13 level, in addition to duties at the lower grade levels, typical duties may include:
    -- Providing technical consultation and guidance to research analysts, accident investigators, and agency leadership on the use of study and experimental designs, and on statistical, biostatistical, epidemiological, or econometric methods and techniques;
    -- Designing, planning, and conducting systematic examinations of risk factors or hazards that influence the causes, incidence, and costs of transportation accidents or injury;
    -- Designing, planning, and conducting evaluations of the effectiveness of transportation safety data, policies, programs, and technologies at preventing accidents and mitigating injury severity;
    -- Collecting, analyzing, and interpreting transportation activity, accident, injury, and other safety-related data to identify emerging problems and recommend corrective solutions;
    -- Authoring comprehensive reports of study results and annual statistical reports to inform and educate on transportation safety; and
    -- Performing highly-specialized data queries, visualizations, and statistical computations and analysis

    At the GS-12 level, in addition to duties at the lower grade level, typical duties may include:
    -- Contributing analysis to systematic examinations of risk factors or hazards that influence the causes, incidence, and costs of transportation accidents or injury;
    -- Contributing analysis to evaluations of the effectiveness of transportation safety data, policies, programs, and technologies;
    -- Collecting and analyzing transportation activity, accident, injury, and other safety-related data to identify emerging problems;
    -- Co-authoring comprehensive reports of study results and annual statistical reports to inform and educate on transportation safety; and
    -- Performing specialized data queries, visualizations, and statistical analyses.

    -- At the GS-11 level, typical duties may include:
    -- Applying knowledge of statistical, biostatistical, epidemiological, or econometric methods and techniques;
    -- Assisting in systematic examinations of risk factors or hazards that influence the causes, incidence, and costs of transportation accidents or injury;
    -- Assisting in evaluating the effectiveness of transportation safety data, policies, programs, and technologies;
    Assisting in the preparation of comprehensive reports of study results and annual statistical reports to inform and educate on transportation safety; and
    -- Performing routine data queries, visualizations, and statistical analyses.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    13

  • Job family (Series)

    1530 Statistics

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