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Business Analyst I

 

A Business Analyst I is responsible for supporting various practice groups and senior team members within the organization with business, financial and policy projects, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community.

+ Job Overview:

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Provide independent business, financial and government research and analyses, in support of internal and client deliverables, based on objectives provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Keep abreast of key political, operational and policy developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including providing specific information and data, upon request from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Assist Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts in preparing client deliverables.
  • Provide background support for the creation of presentations, collateral, concept papers and white papers for clients and government customers, including background research and the preparation of initial draft deliverables, based on guidelines and objectives set by Directors, Managers, or Senior Analysts.
  • Participate in client meetings and subsequent client strategy discussions, including assisting Directors, Managers or Senior Analysts in preparation and follow-up activities.
  • Manage meeting schedules and client deliverable schedules, to ensure timely execution.
  • Assist in planning and executing firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables)
  • Help prepare Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts for critical federal, state, and international engagements
  • Assist in preparation of grant applications, white papers and RFP responses
  • Work with team and/or clients on targeted assignments
  • Assist with the creation of business cases and value propositions
  • Prepare internal memos and presentations
  • Prepare weekly internal and external client summary reports

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter, with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)
 

Business Analyst II

The Business Analyst II is responsible for supporting various practice groups and senior team members within the organization, in a project-level support role with business, financial and policy projects, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with Federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community.

 

+ Job Overview

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Create near-final quantitative and qualitative client facing strategic, business and financial analyses, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Keep abreast of developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including providing information upon request from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts, including providing professional insights and recommendations regarding the relevance of the information for specific client projects.
  • Prepare near-final client deliverables, with significant independence, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Generate and/or edit near-final written and presentation materials for clients, with significant independence, but where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts. These include but are not limited to, client presentations, strategic business analyses, collateral and concept papers and white papers for clients and government consumers.
  • Administrative management of grant applications, whitepapers, and RFP/RFQ responses.
  • Participate in client meetings and subsequent client strategy discussions, including delivering content and directing discussions in areas where they provide specific expertise and insight into the presentation and discussion. This includes leading certain follow-up actions, with input from Directors, Managers or Senior Analysts.
  • Manage meeting schedules and client deliverable schedules, including working with the team to ensure deliverables are correct, on time and on target.
  • Execute practice group and firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables).
  • Help prepare Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts for critical federal, state, and international engagements.
  • Work with team and/or clients on targeted assignments, including taking a leadership role in completing key elements of the final deliverables.
  • Lead the creation of near-final business cases and value propositions, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Research companies, investors, markets, and government programs, including developing tactics for achieving the objective of these efforts, with input from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Prepare internal business memos and presentations, with minimal input from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree
  • 2-5 years of work experience in a government- or business- facing environment (or 1-2 years, plus an MBA), or 1-2 years as a Business Analyst I, Technical Analyst I, or substantially similar position
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and modeling skills
  • Self-starter, with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)
 

Senior Business Analyst

The Senior Business Analyst is responsible for supporting various practice groups within the organization with business, financial and policy projects, in a project-level leadership role, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community.

 

+ Job Overview

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Create final quantitative and qualitative strategic, business and financial analyses, for client deliverables, including developing initial objectives and tactics, with input from Directors and Managers.
  • Keep abreast of key political, operational and policy developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including independently identifying important information and activities related to client projects, developing insights into the relevance of this information in advancing these projects and providing this information to the relevant teams.
  • Lead the completion of client deliverables, with input from Directors and Managers, including defining objectives and tactics, working with others in the CSA team to gather the necessary materials and information, and producing the final, polished deliverable, to the clients, on time and meeting or exceeding expectations.
  • Generate final written and presentation materials, with input from Directors and Managers, including developing initial objectives and tactics. These include, but are not limited to, client presentations, strategic business analyses, collateral, concept papers and white papers for clients and government consumers.
  • Strategic management of grant applications, whitepapers, and RFP/RFQ responses, with input from Directors and Managers.
  • Lead client meetings and subsequent client strategy discussions, with input from Directors and Managers, including developing the objectives and desired outcomes for the meeting, creating agendas and ensuring that all participants are prepared to contribute their parts of the meeting, in advance.
  • Develop and direct practice group and firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables).
  • Work with the CSA team and/or clients on targeted assignments, including taking a leadership role in defining the objectives and the generating the final deliverables.
  • Lead the creation of business cases and value propositions, with input from Directors and Managers, including defining the objectives and tactics for completing the project.
  • Independently identify and research companies, investors, markets, and government programs, based on knowledge of various client projects, and their objectives. Update Directors and Mangers on the information identified, including insights into the relevance of the information for advancing the overall objectives of specific projects and clients.
  • Prepare internal business memos and presentations, with input from Directors, but based primarily on their own insight into the needs and objectives of various client and non-client projects across the company.
  • Coach and mentor assigned Business Analyst I and II employees

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree
  • 5-7 years of work experience in a government- or business- facing environment (or 3-5 years, plus an MBA), or 1-2 years as a Business Analyst II, Technical Analyst II, or substantially similar position
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and modeling skills
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems
  • Self-starter, with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Ability to lead small teams
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)
 

Senior Technical Analyst

The Senior Technical Analyst is responsible for supporting various practice groups within the organization with technical, scientific, research and quantitative analysis projects, in a project-level leadership role, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community.

 

+ Job Overview

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Create final quantitative and qualitative technical analyses for client deliverables, including developing initial objectives and tactics, with input from Directors and Managers.
  • Keep abreast of technical and technical program developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including independently identifying important information and activities related to client projects, developing insights into the relevance of this information in advancing these projects and providing this information to the relevant teams.
  • Lead the completion of client deliverables, with input from Directors, including defining objectives and tactics, working with others in the CSA team to gather the necessary materials and information, performing any necessary quantitative data analysis or modeling and producing the final, polished deliverable to the clients, on time and meeting or exceeding expectations.
  • Generate final technical materials (written and in presentation or spreadsheet format), with input from Directors, including developing initial objectives and tactics. These include, but are not limited to, client presentations, quantitative technical value-propositions, collateral, concept papers and white papers for clients and government consumers.
  • Lead client technical meetings and subsequent strategy discussions, with oversight and input from Directors, including developing the objectives and desired outcomes for the meeting, creating agendas and ensuring that all participants are prepared to contribute their parts of the meeting, in advance.
  • Execute and direct practice group and firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables).
  • Work with the CSA team and/or clients on targeted assignments, including taking a leadership role in defining the objectives and the generating the final deliverables.
  • Lead the creation of technical analyses and value propositions, with input from Directors, including defining the objectives and tactics for completing the project.
  • Strategic management of grant applications, whitepapers, and RFP responses, with input from Directors.
  • Independently identify and research companies, technologies and government programs, based on knowledge of various client projects, and their objectives. Update Directors and Mangers on the information identified, including insights into the relevance of the information for specific projects and clients.
  • Prepare internal technical memos and presentations, with input from Directors and Managers, but based primarily on their own insight into the needs and objectives of various client and non-client projects.
  • Coach and mentor assigned Technical Analyst I and II employees.

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree in a hard-science or engineering (e.g. material sciences, physics, physical chemistry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and/or similar subject matter)
  • 5-7 years of work experience in a technical field (or 3-5 years plus a PhD in a hard-science or engineering field), or 1-2 years as a Technical Analyst II, Business Analyst II, or substantially similar position
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Excellent quantitative analytical and modeling skills
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems or apply technologies to new applications
  • Self-starter with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Ability to lead small teams
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)
 

Technology Analyst I

A Technology Analyst I is responsible for supporting various practice groups and senior team members within the organization with technical, scientific, research and quantitative analysis projects, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community.

 

+ Job Overview

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Provide independent technology research and analyses, including qualitative and quantitative analysis of fundamental scientific principles and their impact on device and systems related to client projects, based on objectives provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts. This will involve learning and explaining technologies in fields that are both familiar and unfamiliar to the Analyst.
  • Keep abreast of key technical and technical program developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including providing specific information and data, upon request from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Assist Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts in preparing client deliverables.
  • Provide background support for the creation of technical presentations, collateral, concept papers and white papers for clients and government customers, including background research and the preparation of initial draft deliverables, based on guidelines and objectives set by Directors, Managers, or Senior Analysts.
  • Participate in client meetings and subsequent client strategy discussions, including assisting Directors, Managers or Senior Analysts in preparation and follow-up activities.
  • Manage meeting schedules and client deliverable schedules, to ensure timely execution.
  • Assist in planning and executing firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables)
  • Help prepare Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts for critical federal, state, and international engagements
  • Assist in preparation of grant applications, white papers and RFP responses.
  • Work with team and/or clients on targeted assignments
  • Assist with the creation of quantitative technical and performance value-propositions for various client technologies in application areas being targeted within the government
  • Prepare internal technical memos and presentations.
  • Prepare weekly internal and external client summary reports.

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree in a hard-science or engineering (e.g. material sciences, physics, physical chemistry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and/or similar subject matter)
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Excellent quantitative analytical skills
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems or apply technologies to new applications
  • Self-starter with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)
 

Technology Analyst II

The Technical Analyst II is responsible for supporting various practice groups and senior team members within the organization with technical, scientific, research and quantitative analysis projects, in a project-level support role, with a focus on helping commercial technology clients implement strategies for working with Federal and state governments, the military & intelligence community, and the venture capital community

 

+ Job Overview

Location: Mountain View, CA

  • Create near-final quantitative and qualitative technical analyses for client deliverables, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Keep abreast of technical and technical program developments within the government, including DoD, CIA, NIH, DoE, DHS, FBI, and the Intelligence Community, including providing information upon request from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts, including adding technical insights and recommendations regarding the relevance of the information for specific client projects.
  • Research companies, technologies and government programs, including developing tactics for achieving the objective of these efforts, with feedback from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Prepare internal technical memos and presentations, with minimal input from Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Prepare near-final client technical deliverables, with significant independence, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.
  • Generate and/or edit near-final technical materials and analyses for clients (written and in presentation or spreadsheet format), with significant independence, but where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts. These include but not limited to, client presentations, technical value proposition analyses, collateral and concept papers and white papers for clients and government consumers.
  • Administrative management of grant applications, whitepapers, and RFP/RFQ responses, as well as technical and analytical input into certain sections of the final deliverable, under the direction of Directors, Managers or Senior Analysts.
  • Participate in client meetings and subsequent client strategy discussions, including delivering content and directing discussions in areas where they provide specific expertise and insight into the presentation and discussion. This includes leading certain follow-up actions, with input from Directors, Managers or Senior Analysts.
  • Manage meeting schedules and client deliverable schedules, including working with the team to ensure deliverables are correct, on time and on target.
  • Execute practice group and firm initiatives (e.g. conferences, events, team deliverables).
  • Help prepare Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts for critical federal, state, and international engagements.
  • Work with the CSA team and/or clients on targeted assignments, including taking a leadership role in completing key elements of the final deliverables.
  • Lead the creation of near-final technical analyses and value propositions, where initial objectives and tactics, as well as periodic feedback are provided by Directors, Managers and Senior Analysts.

+ Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Masters degree in a hard-science or engineering (e.g. material sciences, physics, physical chemistry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and/or similar subject matter)
  • 2-5 years of work experience in a technical field (or 0-3 years, plus a PhD in a hard-science or engineering field), or 1-2 years as a Technical Analyst I, Business Analyst I, or substantially similar position, or a PhD in a hard-science or engineering field
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Excellent quantitative analytical and modeling skills
  • Ability to think creatively and independently about how to solve new problems or apply technologies to new applications
  • Self-starter, with ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to quickly adapt to change
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Strong proficiency with standard business software tools (Word/Excel/PPT, etc.)