CGI Federal is seeking a Senior Statistician to perform analysis on the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS) dataset. The BLS conducts this survey under an agreement with the Social Security Administration (SSA). The goal of the ORS is to collect and publish information about specific work-related requirements that will be available to the public and used by SSA to help make decision about our disability programs. The resource may also support other statistical work within SSA depending on the priorities.
This position is based at SSA in Woodlawn, MD, Candidates must be onsite post covid-19 restrictions. Skills for the statistician include SAS (a must), Python, Stata and R, preferably in that order.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
• Conduct analysis of the Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS) data, both public and microdata, to address completeness of the ORS estimates. Analysis should include:
o Evaluation of the distribution of estimates for specific ORS elements both across the
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes and within ORS element groups;
o Analysis within and across SOC level data elements to identify which theoretical
estimation domains are/are not plausible;
o Identification of thresholds and qualitative indicators that take into consideration SSA’s
proposed use of the ORS data and increase the amount of publishable estimates in future
ORS data releases;
o Evaluation of survey questions and methods to assist SSA in identifying data collection
practices helpful in producing additional ORS estimates; and
o Identification of target areas for use in small domain estimation research.
• Complete reports that outlines the analysis completed and provides recommendations for updates to the ORS survey, sampling, and disclosure methods, with the goal to increase the amount of publishable estimates.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Ph.D. degree in Statistics and 3+ years of experience OR Master's degree and 8+ years of experience
• Three to five years of professional experience in statistical design and methodology for major federally or grant administered surveys.
• Experience with SAS is required; Experience with Python, Stata and R could be a great addition.
• Excellent communication skills and be effective technical writers.
• Hands-on experience with SAS tools deployed on SAS product including eGuide 7.13.
• Experience extracting data on mainframe using JCL and SAS Connect
• Experience with taking business requirements, translating them into technical requirements, and then to convert to Implementable SAS solution.
• Proven experience in developing functional applications and systems of medium to high technical complexity is required
• Expert use of SQL, experience with relational databases including DB2 and MS SQL Server.
• Be a proactive self-starter
• General knowledge of project management
• Ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and able to meet deadlines
• SAS Enterprise Guide
• Mainframe JCL
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