Behavioral/Quantitative Scientists Positions Available at Northrop Grumman Corporation
Northrop Grumman Corporation is seeking Scientists to work on studies of Military Readiness and Resilience designed to inform policy decisions of Senior Military Leaders. Job tasks will vary with the needs of a large scale, five year project using very large data sets (N > 100, 000). Candidates should be ready and motivated to participate in every aspect of the research process, including literature reviews, data management, data analyses and preparation of peer-reviewed manuscripts, presentations and technical reports. Content knowledge and interest in behavioral health is desirable. Experience and expertise in advanced quantitative methods including longitudinal modeling, simulations and data mining is required. Proficiency in R, SAS/SPSS and MPlus is highly desirable. The ideal candidate will have background in agent based modeling, advanced machine learning, and experience in software programming (Java). Educational requirements are a PhD in psychology, public health or related field with relevant experience (e.g., post-doctoral experience with large-scale data sets) or Master’s Degree with several years relevant applied quantitative experience. These are full-time positions with benefits.
Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and their current CV or resume to Anne.Kilman@ngc.com.
Anne C. Kilman
Program Manager, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Research Facilitation Laboratory/Army Analytics Group
Office of the Deputy Undersecretary of the Army
20 Ryan Ranch Road Suite 170
Monterey, CA 93940