Job title: JSA Networking Programmatic Analyst/Reporting (PID 1588)
Job type: Temp-To-Perm
Emp type: Full-time
Skills: JSA sites Power BI data source management Computer Engineering
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: negotiable
Location: Washington, DC
Job published: 02/26/2021
Job ID: 32286
Contact email: gms@epsistaffing.com, rida@epsiworx.com

Job Description

 

Labor Category: Data Scientist I

Location:  Washington, DC

 

Job Overview/Activities   

Support the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization (OEHRM) JSA Programmatic SMEs as a Networking Programmatic Analyst. Candidate will conduct analysis, monitor, schedule meetings, coordinate with stakeholders, and develop products from appropriate data sources to support all programmatic activities. Duties include:

  • Lead coordinator of all programmatic meetings/activities - including support to VISN/Wave level coordination with JSA Programmatic SMEs
  • Responsible for site management and maintenance of all Infrastructure/JSA sites, to include access requests, and Power BI data source management
  • Creation of high-level programmatic documentation and reports - including the development and use of Power BI to conduct these reports

 

Requirements   

Basic qualifications

  • Minimum of 4 years of experience is required. An additional 4 years of relevant experience may be substituted for degree requirements
  • Knowledge of appropriate data sources to address the specific requirements of projects for monitoring, characterization, analysis and modeling.
  • Able to perform scientific research, scientific writing and editing, including the writing and editing of project products to established government standards for the targeted science and lay audiences, proofreading of draft and final documents.

 

Educational Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare, Science, Computer Engineering or related scientific, technical, or clinical discipline

 

Additional qualifications

  • Experience in the VA
  • Experience implementing Electronic Health Records