Cost Analyst

Company Name:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Title: Cost Analyst
Location: Virginia-Stafford
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Key Role:
Leverage cost estimation and analytical knowledge in support of US Navy and Marine Corps programs to develop life cycle cost estimates and methodologies associated with the acquisition of new systems or equipment for these programs. Conduct technical and cost data collection efforts to support cost model development and develop quantitative cost models that provide effective, insightful analysis. Provide subject matter expertise to US Navy analyses to assist with supporting the validation and verification of analyses developed. Work in a fast-paced, highly flexible client and team environment.
Basic Qualifications:
-3 years of experience with DoD cost estimating, cost model development, or providing cost analysis for Navy or Marine Corps programs
-Ability to work independently or as a member of a project team
-Ability to communicate technical issues and solutions effectively orally and in writing
-Secret clearance
-BA or BS degree in Operations Research, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Engineering, or Economics
Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with the US Navy preferred
-Experience with the Marine Corps preferred
-MA or MS degree in Operations Research, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Engineering, or Economics
-Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (CCEA) preferred
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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