This position is located in the Office of Audit (OA), Business Intelligence (BI) Directorate, Office of Inspector General (OIG), Department of Labor (DOL). BI is responsible for leading data science projects for the organization, including developing business intelligent solutions that encompass statistical analysis, data mining, data analytics, and predictive analysis using vast amounts of data across disparate systems and databases.Learn more about this agency
- Formulates, develops, and implements policies, programs, plans and procedures for applying statistical sampling and related advance techniques to OIG audit programs. Develops sampling frames and sampling designs that are optimal in terms of audit goals and desired cost levels.
- Serves as a technical resource for OIG audit and assists in planning, developing and executing audit activities using quantitative/qualitative analysis techniques. Develops nationwide sample designs and statistical procedures. Determines the audit resources necessary to accomplish statistically planned audits.
- Reviews OIG audit reports to ensure that the statistical portions effectively support findings and recommendations are adequately presented.
- Conducts research, defines problems, and determines areas where statistical techniques will be feasible and useful in collecting statistical data on a local, regional, or nationwide project and develops and formulates designs and methods for implementation.
- Develops graphs, charts, and animations from statistical and computational analyses, and create static and dynamic visualizations such as motion charts, digital maps and word maps that clearly show insights from data and corresponding analytics.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel (approximately 35 percent) is required.
14 - Position is at the full performance level, GS-14.
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