Internship/Operations Research Analyst (JTAD/OSAG)

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Summer Internship. DoD Top Secret Clearance is required.
The Operational Support Analysis Group (OSAG) provides timely and objective assessments to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics through the Research, Development and Acquisition Task Force.
Participate in analysis and assessments which integrate the technical, operational, programmatic, policy and business aspects across various elements of the Department of Defense. Working as a member of one or more focused project teams, the intern will be responsible for assisting government customers in the analysis of complex issues related to capability development, warfare analysis, and system acquisition. Duties will include database development, implementation and testing of M&S; tools; data mining; statistical analysis; and preparation and presentation of analytical results.
The successful candidate will be currently pursuing a degree in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Operations Research or Engineering, and have experience in operations research, and/or database programming or software development. A passion for applying operations research methodologies to address complex problems is required, along with excellent written and oral communications skills. The successful candidate must possess the ability and willingness to multi-task, and be capable of applying innovative analysis to solve client problems. In addition, the ability to prepare and present complex ideas (including modeling methodologies and results) in a clear and coherent form before an audience is required. Candidates must be proficient in the Microsoft Office suite of products. DoD Top Secret Clearance is required.
Advanced Problem Solving Skills
Computer Programming (C++, C#, , VBA)
Data Analysis (MATLAB, SAS, S-Plus, R)
Methodology Development
Application of Statistical Principles

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