Business Process Analyst

Clearance: Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI Eligibility

Location: Onesite, Washington, D.C. FBI Headquarters 


The Business Process Analyst (BPA) will support the FBI Intelligence Branch, Strategic Intelligence Issues Group (SIIG). The BPA will provide organizational awareness and a standardized, intentional effort toward external policies of strategic importance to the FBI.  The responsibilities focus on creating resources to support a proactive, comprehensive effort to drive external policies of strategic importance to execute the FBI’s national security and law enforcement missions.

  • Manage the Consolidated Intelligence Guidance Systems for tasking, tracking, and metrics analysis.

  • Assign and track status of Task Management System Taskings on a daily basis.

  • Monitor and update progress of the Enterprise Strategy initiatives and performance plan metrics.

  • Build processes for tracking budget resources and program metrics for internal programs. 

  • Assist in the development and evaluation of program practices and processes for efficiency and effectiveness. 

  • Research, document, and organize efforts to ensure program objectives are being met.

  • Develop new approaches and practices in collaboration with team members to resolve challenges to the program.

  • Manage project execution and logistics for the regions and assist with the annual conference.

  • Create data visualization tools and analytical applications.

  • Design and conduct comprehensive management and program studies to determine and develop logical, clear, and well-documented analyses, recommendations, and conclusions (even in cases where the boundaries are broad and difficult).

  • Deliver data analysis (including written or verbal information), risk assessment, and formulation of recommendations that align to organizational goals.

  • Coordinate and produce in-depth studies involving program development, assessment, and strategic planning.

  • Translate and communicate complex subject matters between technical and non-technical audiences.

  • Must have five (5) years of experience developing business analytics qualitative and quantitative techniques and processes.

  • Must have five (5) years of experience as an expert with developing MS Excel and database management, reporting skills for large data sets, creating spreadsheets and pivot tables, PowerPoint presentations, demonstrative graphics, SharePoint lists, and workflow tools.

  • Must have five (5) years of experience with business process analysis, requirements analysis, business process engineering, or statistical analysis. 

  • Must have at least five (5) years of experience with data visualization tools including Palantir; Pivot Tables and Reporting; Advanced Excel Spreadsheets for database management; Analyst Notebook; Macros; Intel and LE Databases; and VBA.

  • Must have knowledge and experience in researching, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting existing or newly developed reports (data, dashboards, graphs and charts), guidelines, directives, and policies in order to obtain accurate and relevant information.

  • Must have expertise in requirements analysis, communications, and training support.

  • Must have critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

  • Must be a highly motivated team player that works well independently and in team environments through collaboration, strong communication skills, and time management effectiveness.