Junior Cost Estimator

Company Name:
AERO-VA-CH-13:021: Junior Cost Estimator
Category Engineering/Technical
Group Aerospace Group
Location VA-Chantilly (AERO)
Schedule Full Time
Job Description
Wyle is in need of an experienced Cost Estimator to provide System technical assessments in support of the cost estimating and program analysis functions of our government customer. The ideal candidate will join a team whose responsibilities will include risk analysis, statistical analysis of program cost data, as well as economic analysis of key indicates. The group will also provide parametric cost analysis, data collection and normalization, system architecture trade studies, model development, special studies, as well as technology readiness level analysis.
Education: A Bachelor''s degree is required. Degree(s) in Engineering, Math, Economics, Statistics, Science or Operations Research are highly favored. A Master''s degree is a plus.
Experience: Selected candidate is required to have (0-2) zero to two years of industry/skill set experience. Some experience in performing system engineering trade studies, system analysis, architecture studies, Life Cycle Cost Estimates, using cost estimating tools or model development is a plus.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Candidate will also be called upon for knowledge in cost and technical data collection, cost risk analysis, and/or earned value management. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Skills with cost estimating tools such as SEER/SEM, PRICE, @Risk are a plus.
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. A Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) completed within the past five years is required in addition to a current CI Polygraph.
Application Instructions
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