The Mathematical Analysis Division provides analytic support to all agency programs concerning crash data analysis including the role of alcohol and vehicle crashworthiness, occupant restraint system performance and reduction of occupant injuries in crashes, as well as providing direct support of crashworthiness, crash avoidance, and traffic safety activities within the agency.Learn more about this agency
As a Supervisory Mathematical Statistician, you will:
- Direct division staff, in a variety of design, analysis and information activities to support Agency programs. These activities include in-house and contract studies, data inquiries and summaries, reports, briefings, technical consulting, and methodological research.
- Coordinate and advise other NCSA Offices and the Associate Administrator for NCSA on matters affecting design and analysis, including field data collection procedures and quality, sample design, automated data file design and management, analytical techniques, and reporting.
- Provide consultation for all agency programs that require mathematical, statistical and survey analysis. His/her interpretations, findings, and judgments are authoritative in these areas and form the basis for appropriate official Agency action or policy.
- Manage the program through team leaders by scheduling and coordinating the division's analytic work and allocating available resources to best fit the data needs, priorities, and deadlines of the Agency.
Ideal Candidate Statement: NHTSA is searching for an experienced Supervisory Mathematical Statistician who possess knowledge of the laws, policies, and regulations governing the agency's programs. He or she must have outstanding ability to plan, initiate, coordinate, implement and complete data design and analysis programs. He or she must demonstrate administrative skill in allocation of resources, scheduling, budgeting, and supervising highly trained technical experts.
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