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Senior, Operations Research Analyst

Are you looking for a rewarding and impactful new opportunity?  Odyssey Systems has an exciting opportunity for a Senior, Operations Program Research Analyst supporting the Nuclear Weapons Acquisition Division, AFLCMC/NDB, Eglin AFB FL, which is part of the AF Nuclear Weapons Center. This Division has responsibility for developing, testing, and producing systems and components related to nuclear strategic weapon systems for our nation's warfighters.  These products include the B61-12 Tailkit Assembly and the Long Range Standoff (LRSO) cruise missile. Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd. is an innovative small business committed to providing world-class technical, management, and training support services to government and public sector clients. We focus on people, processes, and performance to deliver superior results. Since our inception in 1997, our commitment to mission success and customer satisfaction has been recognized with exponential growth and exceptional past performance ratings. We accept challenging assignments and drive projects from the planning stages, through implementation, and into operations and support. Job Responsibilities: Duties and Qualifications include, but not limited to: Design for Reliability (DfR), R&M Block Diagrams/Math models, FMECA, Reliability Growth, HALT, ALT, HASS/ESS, FRACAS Provide support to, and interface with the Propulsion IPT on reliability and maintainability activities and their impact on the Propulsion Subsystem IPT and suppliers. Minimum Qualifications US Citizen Secret clearance (updated within six years) BA/BS with 15+ years relevant experience, Master's Degree with 10+ years relevant experience, PhD with 5+ years relevant experience Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Additional Information Travel required Ability to rent/operate rental cars while on travel Ability to work flexible and varied hours SENIO04224
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Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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