Senior Business Analyst/Technical Writer

  • Remote
  • Full Time
  • Experienced

Position Overview

Censeo Consulting Group is a top management consulting firm with an award-winning culture. We work to change how the public sector operates, taking a personalized approach to solve our clients’ most complex problems and build operational excellence that transforms their organization. Censeo’s seasoned team is backed by years of experience navigating the intricate landscapes of the government and nonprofit sector. We have a unique, data-driven approach that delivers real change and sustainable results to our clients.

We are seeking a Senior Business Analyst/Technical Writer who will support the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) in a fast-paced environment providing support to the Office of the Administrator. The role will require high quality operational program support in the areas of data input, trend analysis, tracking status of projects/programs, scheduling meetings and facilitation, as well as drafting and updating reports and correspondence.


Required Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in English, Business Administration, or other relevant field
  • At least four (4) years of experience in Technical Writing/Business Analyst role
  • At least two (2) years federal employment policy experience
  • At least two (2) years of project management or federal consulting experience
  • Demonstrate experience with editorial and/or technical writing
  • Ability to utilize critical and creative thinking, as well as analyze, problem solve, and recommend solutions
  • Strong Interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with all levels of the organization
  • High degree of initiative and technical ability for document management, organizing, presenting information
  • Ability to Prepare complex data and comprehensive reports

Position Requirements:

  • Compile, write, revise, up-date, and edit various types of documents, templates, speeches, correspondence, and presentations, including web content.
  • Collect, research, and analyze information to prepare documentation
  • Assist in the review and drafting of reports, correspondence and other documentation
  • Prepare multi-media presentations and brief reference materials as required
  • Make necessary corrections in grammar, punctuation, spelling, and format to ensure all documents are up-dated, free of errors, and follow writing guidelines in FRA style guides and the United States Government Printing Office Style Manual
  • Utilize desktop publishing software to produce publication-ready materials in both hardcopy and electronic copy formats
  • Work with reviewers to ensure technical accuracy and overall quality of written materials
    • Attend and facilitate meetings/briefings.
  • Define, research, analyze, document, and recommend best business practices process solutions, guidance, legislation, protocols, policies, and integrated tools.
  • Collect, maintain and analyze data for trends.
  • Prepare, maintain, update, and track task assignments, reports, and correspondence to ensure consistent information exchange and completion.
  • Collect, compile, input, and analyze information in systems and spreadsheets for complex administrative projects requiring technical analyses and input from various segments of the organization.

Position Particulars

  • Location: Washington, DC (Remote)
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Clearance: Ability to obtain suitability determination to work with US Government

About Censeo

Censeo Consulting Group, a management consulting firm, is an advisor and partner to management teams who lead some of the largest and most complex organizations in the world. Our key areas of expertise include operations improvement, acquisition strategy, organization effectiveness, and IT strategy with a strong Federal footprint. Censeo is rapidly growing and has been recognized for our unique approach, culture, and values:

  • 2018 Consulting Magazine Best Small Firms to Work For 
  • 2018 Ivy Exec #9 Top Consulting Firms for Culture
  • 2017 Vault #12 Best Boutique Consulting Firm
  • 2016 Forbes Best Management Consulting Firms in America
  • 2015 Washington Business Journal’s Philanthropy List

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