Associate Analyst

  • Washington, DC
  • Full Time
  • Entry Level

Position Overview

Associate Analyst

We are seeking an Associate Analyst to  provide general operations support to the client office to facilitate tasks and coordinate logistics to support a client within the Federal Government

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Clearance: Ability to obtain a public trust clearance
  • Years of Experience Required: 0-3 Years
  • Bachelor’s Degree Required
  • Experience creating, analyzing, and presenting surveys and data analysis
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Experience with Adobe Connect, standard Microsoft Office products, Google apps

Key activities may include, but not be limited to:

  • Support the design of survey data elements focused on identifying vendors’ perspectives and preferences.
  • Gather market intelligence on vendors’ concerns, market trends, and new and innovative products/solutions that will help the client make decisions and set priorities for their contracting programs and processes.
  • Conduct research on internal vendor engagement activities and offers recommendations on improving collaboration efforts across the organization.
  • Catalog data to their Content Management System (CMS) database.
  • Support the execution of industry engagement events such as reverse industry trainings (RITs).

Job Description Requirements: 

  • Assist in conducting surveys.
  • Analyze basic survey data and place the data in a readable form. There will be a system in place, and the contractor will place the information into an existing system.
  • Provide research and analysis support. The Office will direct the contractor as to the areas where research is to be targeted. Deliverables include but are not limited to:
    • Presentation and analysis of research findings (written report);
    • Catalog of information to Case Management System;
    • Provide program operations support to the Office of the Procurement Ombudsman.
  • Assist in outreach opportunities, communicate with federal counterparts and stakeholders across government.
  • Support the development of presentations to be delivered to leadership and external stakeholders (e.g. Industry associations, Congress, other agencies, other governments).

Job Details:

  • Job Type: Full-time, Exempt
  • Location: Washington D.C.
  • Salary: $40,000-$45,000

About Censeo Consulting Group: 

Censeo Consulting Group is a top management consulting firm with an award-winning culture. We are dedicated to helping public sector and non-profit clients build operational excellence, deliver better outcomes and lower cost. We take a personalized approach to strategic consulting to solve our clients' most complex problems and build operational excellence that transforms their organizations. Our unique, data-driven approach delivers sustainable results to our clients, allowing them to deliver on their public and social missions. 

At Censeo, you'll join a tight-knit community of passionate and intelligent colleagues. Our small team staffing approach ensures that senior talent is involved in each project and that our more junior team members can engage with clients from the beginning. Censeo Values contributions from all of our team members and our open-door policy encourages a culture of entrepreneurship at all levels of the company. 

Our passion wins awards, and we have been recognized from our unique approach, culture, and values:

  • 2019 Ivy Exec #7 Best Boutique Consulting Firm
  • 2018 Consulting Magazine Best Small Firms to Work For 
  • 2017 Vault #12 Best Boutique Consulting Firm
  • 2016 Forbes Best Management Consulting Firms in America 
  • 2015 Washington Business Journal's Philanthropy List 

Censeo is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law. 

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