Supply Chain Analyst with Security Clearance

Arlington, Virginia
Apr 01, 2024
Apr 08, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Are you interested in joining a firm where professional development and growth opportunities are a part of its corporate culture? If you are seeking a role that offers you the opportunity to advise Government clients through critical issues, while allowing you to develop personally and professionally, Deloitte could be the place for you! Join our team of Government Supply Chain specialists and play a key role in helping to transform the Government marketplace! The Team: Our Supply Chain Networks and Energy Reform teams help clients transform their value chains into competitive weapons. We drive efficiency, improve flexibility, and increase responsiveness through proactive insights and decision-making. We advise, implement, and operate transformational solutions that bring world-class supply network and operational capabilities to our clients. We provide operational know-how, digital technologies, advanced analytics, and industry-specific hybrid solutions to deliver unprecedented client value. Work you'll do/Responsibilities: Identify opportunities for efficiencies in work process and innovative approaches to completing scope of work.
Participate in team problem solving efforts and offer ideas to solve client issues.
Improve customer service operations and develop cost-effective supply chain acquisition solutions.
Conduct relevant research, data analysis, and create reports.
Maintain responsibility for completion and accuracy of work products.
Assist in proposal development, as requested.
Actively expand consulting skills and professional development through training courses, mentoring, and daily interaction with clients
Qualifications: Required Bachelor's degree in supply chain management, business management, engineering, analytics, or related field.
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
Must be able to obtain and maintain the required clearances.
Ability to travel up to 25% on average, based on the work you do and the clients and industries/sectors you serve.
Preferred Energy technical SMEs: Strong knowledge of energy efficiency projects / policies / best practices and associated emissions abatement.
Energy program planning and implementation experience.
General understanding of utilities and energy/power generation and supply and sequencing and cause/effects of the energy transition.
Possess significant subject matter knowledge to lead analyses, build capacity of others to do this work, and drive technical conversations (both for business development and delivery). Greenhouse gas inventory/decarbonization planning: GHG inventory development / emissions measurement across scope 1/2/3. Inclusive of a client's specific organizations and emissions measurement by sector across a state or city (e.g., emissions from agricultural sector / transportation / energy generation).
Experience modeling mitigation activities against business-as-usual emissions projections, including, as necessary, researching emissions reduction potential over time and making informed estimations of co-benefits and co-pollutants.
Experience analyzing emissions and energy use data to identify trends / hotspots / opportunities for intervention.
Experience developing marginal abatement cost curves or cost benefit analyses of these projects to identify the most effective ones and prioritize.
Experience with major public data sources, such as the EPA SIT modules, MOVES, WARMs, Argonne National Laboratory's GREET model, the International Energy Association's Annual Energy Outlook, the US Greenhouse Gas Inventory, tools from the National Census of Agriculture and National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). Information for applicants with a need for accommodation: