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Statistician (DOE SME)

Global Systems Technologies Washington ,DC
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Global Systems Technologies (GST) seeks applicants for an upcoming opportunity. One Statistician with experience in Design of Experiments (DOE) will be needed to oversee experimental design at the TSA System Integration Facility (TSIF) in Arlington, VA.

The Statistician will design tests to improve operational capabilities of transportation security equipment used by the TSA to maintain security at airports.


Citizenship: Must be US Citizen.

Security Clearance: Must have or be eligible to receive a DoD Secret Clearance.

TSA Suitability: Must be able to obtain TSA suitability.

  • At least ten of years of experience working in DOE with a master’s degree in mathematics or experimental psychology. Alternatively, five years of experience is required with a Ph.D. in mathematics or experimental psychology.
  • Must live in the Arlington, VA area
Beneficial to Have:
  • Ph.D. in mathematics or experimental psychology
  • Experience working at the TSA Security Integration Facility (TSIF)
  • Existing Secret or Top Secret Clearance.

Complete, comprehensive benefits package. We will respond with more details to qualified applicants.

Company Description
We are an engineering firm and prime contractor for the Department of Homeland Security.

Our core capabilities include systems engineering; R&D in the domains of physics, chemistry, biology, electronics, and software; Test and Evaluation (T&E), Human Factors (HF) engineering, Configuration Management (CM), and Integrated Logistic Support (ILS).
GST is the prime contractor for (among others) the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Professional Engineering and Logistics Support Services (PELSS-2) contract, supporting the fields of baggage screening, passenger screening, surveillance, air cargo/ intermodal security and technology integration. Under this contract, we interface with Government and international entities, equipment manufacturers, airports, and personnel from all modes of transportation. We provide liaison to the R&D community, report on emergent technologies, perform trade off studies, develop system architectures, and produce standards, specifications and requirements.

GST also supports the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL) at the W.J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City, NJ. Technical support ranges from lab management to research and development (R&D) on the detectable properties of explosives and other dangerous materials, new technology for explosive detection in passenger and cargo screening, testing and certification of explosive detection equipment.

Global Systems Technologies


Washington, DC