The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) develops performance and other standards for its Members in the electrical and medical imaging industries. NEMA crafts and executes advocacy campaigns and provides analytical products to assist Member companies with business decisions.
The Manager – Business Information Services has primary responsibility for all aspects of a select group of market data reports including survey design, data collection and verification, and final report preparation and communication with survey participants. The incumbent will work in a matrixed organization supporting participating Member companies and/or Sections and must coordinate with other NEMA functional areas on special projects. The individual will assume additional tasks as required.
The position reports to the Director – Statistical Operations and is in Arlington (Rosslyn), Virginia. Up to 5 percent time on travel is anticipated.
Serve as the primary Member company contact for managed statistical programs
Lead Statistical Committees or other entities involved in determining scope and direction of statistical programs
Ensure timeliness and accuracy measures of all reports adhere to Department quality standards
Analyze data and compile periodical market data reports
Clarify anomalous data from participating companies and other sources
Make estimation decisions with respect to participants’ data
Compile summary reports and review final versions for publication
Review/assess value to Member companies of statistical program services provided and develop interest in, and approval for, new programs at Division/Section levels
Contact nonparticipating Member companies and garner their active involvement
Recruit non-Member companies to participate in market data reports
Experience and Qualifications
BA/BS in Economics/Statistics or closely related field required
2+ years professional experience, quantitative expertise a strong plus
Strong time management skills and ability to execute multiple projects against demanding timelines
Performs duties effectively either working independently or as part of a team where close self-review of the quality of work produced is the norm
Positively contribute to Department, NEMA and personal professional goals
Ability to write and speak effectively, especially to non-technical individuals
Utilize quantitative methods to deliver convincing and business-relevant analytical products to participating companies
Eager to take on new challenges and consistently evince a positive attitude
Possess computer literacy and working knowledge of database and spreadsheet programs (Microsoft Access and Excel a plus)
About National Electrical Manufacturers Association
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) develops performance and other standards for its members in the electrical and medical imaging industries. NEMA crafts and executes advocacy campaigns and provides analytical products to assist member companies with business decisions.