These positions are assigned to the Farm Production and Conservation (FPAC) Business Center (BC), Economic and Policy Analysis Division.
- Working in teams charged with carrying out program studies and analyses.
- Interact and perform effectively in situations where frequent changes, delays, or unexpected events arise.
- Use and manipulation of large databases and proficient in the use of spreadsheets (e.g. Excel).
- Identify, collect, and prepare data to estimate economic impacts of alternative policy scenarios.
- Summarize legislative proposals, implementation issues, and possible market impacts using self-generated economic models.
- Knowledge of Federal safety net, conservation and/or credit programs and policy.
- Ability to demonstrate creative thinking and innovation related to issues impacting Federal policies.
- Conduct quantitative research that includes planning, data collection, and analysis
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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