Senior Business Case Analyst

The position requires 10+ equivalent years of experience in business, investment, cost, benefit, or technical analysis. An MA or PhD may count for additional years of experience. Large-scale government systems investment analysis experience is a plus. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) experience also a plus.

Individuals will perform a wide variety of complex business and investment analyses,  including: cost, benefit, economic, and other related quantitative and qualitative studies and analyses for federal government clients. Individuals will provide analytical solutions, including development of program life cycle cost estimates (LCCEs); capital investment program analysis; benefit estimates; assessments of economic indicators such as NPV, ROI, and IRR; and business case documentation for a wide range of investment analysis tasks.

Work may include data collection, data normalization, life cycle cost and benefit analysis, software cost estimation, cost model development, cost and benefit risk analysis, mulch-criteria decision making analysis, and other technical analyses as needed.

Individuals should have familiarity with goal-oriented decision making within an Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) framework, including basic understandings of the fundamentals, execution and interpretation of results.

Individuals may also support budget planning and congressional document formulation (e.g., OMB Exhibit 300 formulation).

Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in economics, engineering, mathematics, operations research, or finance.
Master’s degree a plus.

High level of proficiency with MS Excel and other MS Office products.
Strong analytical background and writing skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Experience managing client relationships.
Experience with project and team leadership.

PMP Certification
Proficiency in use of cost estimating and risk tools such as @RISK, PRICE, Crystal Ball, ACEIT, SEER-SEM, COCOMO II.
Proficiency in understanding Analytical Hierarchy Process fundamentals and tools such as Expert Choice or Decision Lens.
Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (CCE/A) designation from the Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis (SCEA)
DAWIA Level II or III certification in life cycle cost estimating

Must be available for occasional travel.

Must be a US citizen or a legal resident for three of the past five years.
Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

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