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- This position is in the Office of Planning, Analysis and Risk Management (OPARM).
- OPARM leads FSIS efforts related to strategic planning and evaluation, data analysis and advanced analytics, data science and enterprise risk management, and internal controls.
- As a Student Trainee (Mathematical Statistician), your duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
- > Using statistical (including data science), data visualization and other software applications or tools to query and analyze data, draw conclusions, and make recommendations with respect to existing policies and planned initiatives.
- > Expressing ideas and concepts orally and in writing, and by numeric and graphic means, to support the coordination and tracking of data analysis activities.
- > Reviewing, analyzing, monitoring, visualizing, and interpreting public health and operational data.
- > Performing quality checks to assess consistency of data reporting across program areas.
- > Tracking project activities, tasks, and status to ensure data and performance-related deliverables are properly monitored, completed, and communicated.
- > Performing other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
12 - Promotion Potential for Student Trainee position is 07. Upon conversion to a permanent position, Promotion Potential is GS-12.
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