Telecommunications Analyst Jobs in District of Columbia
10 District of Columbia Telecommunications Analyst jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 10 of 10
Your Team : High Cost Program The High Cost Program team helps provide support to ensure that telecommunication rates paid by consumers that live in high-cost areas are reasonably comparable to rates in other areas. Last year, we distributed $4.15 billion to over 1,900 eligible telecommunications carriers to support and benefit Americans living in remote or rural areas. We're a group of highly mot...
Your Team : High Cost Program The High Cost Program team helps provide support to ensure that telecommunication rates paid by consumers that live in high-cost areas are reasonably comparable to rates in other areas. Last year, we distributed $4.03 billion to over 1,900 eligible telecommunications carriers to support and benefit Americans living in remote or rural areas. We're a group of highly mot...
Your Team : Performance Assessment and Internal Controls The Performance Assessment and Internal Controls team is responsible for ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of business processes throughout USAC, as well as for monitoring and reporting to both Senior Management and the FCC on the timely resolution of audit findings. We work with every department and the FCC in a cooperative partners...
Bond & Pecaro is a financial consulting firm that specializes in providing business valuation services to the media, technology, and telecommunications industries. The firm provides valuations in connection with financing needs, potential investments, tax and financial reporting, stock options, expert testimony, and litigation support. The firm has extensive experience in enterprise valuations, de...
Energy, Environment & Transportation Washington, DC About ICF International If you want to work on the leading issues of the day, if you want your work to reflect your passion in life, if you truly want to make the world a better place, then you want to work at ICF International. Whether ensuring efficient use of energy resources, protecting the environment for generations to come, supporting canc...
Security Clearance: Ability to obtain a clearance Knowledge required in subject areas such as accounting, finance, communications, or program management. Experience in cost accounting. Budget or invoicing experience. Proficiency with MS Excel. The Program Analyst will support the Task Order Manager (TOM) in all aspects of Task Order Management and Administration. Specifically to include the follow...
Security Clearance: Ability to obtain a clearance Experience working in the Environmental, Occupational Health and/or Safety professions. Ability to travel 20% of the time. Six years relevant exempt experience with relevant BS/BA or Four years relevant exempt experience with relevant MS. The focus of this position will be to provide Occupational Safety & Health support to the Lockheed Martin, NISC...
Security Clearance: Other * Experience with LAW PreDiscovery. * Experience processing electronic files. * Experience loading data to litigation support platforms such as Relativity, Concordance, or similar systems. * Previous experience in a technical, legal, electronic discovery, or litigation support environment. * Excellent multi-tasking and communication skills. The candidate will be responsib...
Reperio, Inc., a Boston-area search firm, is conducting a search for one of its clients. Our client, a high-growth software company in the Boston / Cambridge area, is seeking multiple client-facing, highly experienced and deeply technical Field Consultants to be based in the Washington DC / Northern Virginia area. These are unconventional roles, requiring senior level professionals with 15+ years...
Ace Info Solutions , Inc. (AceInfo) is a federal contractor with a focused vision: empower our clients, challenge our employees, and grow our business. Founded in December 2000, AceInfo has grown at an average rate of 50% per year since inception and currently has over 350 professionals. We have a deep commitment to ensuring quality and customer satisfaction with a mature corporate infrastructure,...
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Typical Salary for Telecommunications Analyst in District of Columbia
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Maintains telecommunications environment by gathering, analyzing, and reporting performance data; conducting tests and making adjustments.
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General Programming Skills
Maintains documentation by recording problems, solutions, and maintenance; maintaining databases.
Identifies communications problems by responding to user problems and outages; conducting tests and diagnostics; analyzing results and impact; isolating issues.
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