Occupational Analyst
Fully Remote United States

Find a new opportunity at SOLID! Join our well-established, growing company as an Occupational Analyst where you can be a key part of a team creating complex digital solutions to help United States military veterans plan for and transition into successful civilian careers. 

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Occupational Analysts perform responsibilities and duties related to military and civilian occupational research and analysis and are the main contributors to this type of work at SOLID. Occupational Analysts are responsible for items such as job/task analyses, skills gap analyses, and occupational/workforce development classification research and analysis. Tasks tend to be independent in nature, however Occupational Analysts are expected to frequently collaborate with a wide array of internal and external stakeholders. 


SOLID's virtual workplace, emphasis on work/life balance, and team-based approach will allow you to have a big impact at a small company. We also offer generous paid time off, a 401(k) with a company match, a profit-sharing plan, and comprehensive medical, dental, and disability insurance benefits.


SOLID has operated a virtual workplace environment for the 20 years we've been in business; you will work from home as an Occupational Analyst.


Due to the military focus of much of our work, this position would be well suited for a military veteran or military spouse. 


Essential Job Functions / Responsibilities / Duties

  • Performs qualitative and quantitative analysis; collects, examines, organizes, manipulates, and synthesizes data to draw conclusions, identify trends, shape processes, and support project deliverables. 
  • Supports the implementation of research and analysis projects and ensures the timely completion of assigned deliverables, (e.g., annual reviews, snapshots, training gap analysis, course mappings, task classifications).
  • May serve as a support lead analyst, ensuring the completion of project tasks and communicating with clients, other analysts, and Project Owners to identify needs and goals, recommending appropriate solutions and providing regular updates on progress.
  • Utilizes content management systems to gather, publish, edit, modify, and maintain information. 
  • Employs data collection methods and systems to gather specified, structured information in a systematic manner.
  • Supports the full lifecycle of Research and Analysis projects, including the establishment of project requirements as well as the design and implementation of project deliverables (e.g., annual reviews, snapshots, training gap analysis, course mappings, task classifications). 
  • With support of Senior Analysts - may oversee, check, or verify the successful completion of data entry and administrative tasks performed by Junior Analysts or other Analysts.
  • Prepares and summarizes weekly, monthly, and periodic activities to support reporting requirements and requests for information.
  • Conducts research (gathers, evaluates, compiles, summarizes information) to support project deliverables, respond to inquiries, solve problems, and explore issues. 
  • Participates in new business process and marketing activities, including writing and/or researching upcoming technical/non-technical focus areas, supporting the proposal process through content generation and reviews, participating in industry events, and engaging with potential customers.
  • Attends and/or supports stakeholder meetings to share, receive, or present information. May be asked to lead calls or portions of calls and presentations.
  • Provides guidance, mentorship, and training to Junior and Associate Analysts.
  • Participates in staffing and selection processes, and/or onboarding activities.
  • Performs other duties as necessary.


Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, Public Administration, Human Resources, or I/O Psychology (or related area). Social science degrees preferred. Related experience may be considered in lieu of required education. 


Required Experience:  At least three (3) years of related and demonstrated experience. 


Additional Requirements: Must be a United States Citizen


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of and experience with civilian occupational classification systems (e.g., SOC, O*NET, OPM).
  • Knowledge of military HR, military career counseling, or military recruiting information.
  • Knowledge of military occupational classifications, military education, and military training.
  • Knowledge of credentialing, including professional certifications and licensures.
  • Excellent research and analytical skills, with an emphasis on qualitative analysis (e.g. collect, organize, visualize, and assimilate data).
  • Critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to deconstruct information and draw conclusions.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Intermediate or advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, Office365, and MS Teams environments.
  • Experience and comfort with working virtually in a flexible environment.


SOLID is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.


Due to the nature of this role, this position will require and is dependent on the successful completion of a criminal background check.