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As a Supervisory Statistician, you will:
- Initiate, formulate, plan, and execute analytic research projects. Lead teams (statisticians, IT specialists, and program analysts) on selected quantitative research and statistical studies or projects related to statistical computation in OIG oversight projects.
- Provide expert technical advice to peers and senior managers within and outside of OIG on statistical methods and techniques, direction and assistance to staff on the methods, adequacy, and completeness of analyses for OIG oversight projects.
- Develop technical material for and/or conduct training sessions for Data Analytics and other OIG personnel on statistical methods and their application.
- Perform quality control reviews to ensure that team research methodology is appropriate and correct, and conducted in conformity with generally accepted government auditing standards (GAGAS), other applicable standards, and OIG policy; mentor junior staff on research design, programing and analytical techniques used by the OIG.
- Review major OIG reports to assure that the statistical portions effectively support findings and recommendations are adequately presented and that the agency responses using quantitative analysis techniques are accurate and valid; keep abreast of statistical developments and best practices through independent research, networking, conferencing and other avenues.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
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