Advises Research Division Vice Presidents, Research Team Leaders and/or President & CEO on issues related to area of expertise. Reviews papers and research projects. Conducts research, as appropriate.
1 Provides input and advice to CNA leadership staff.
2 Reviews papers, briefings and project approaches that are technical or operational in nature.
3 Identifies project opportunities and executes them, as appropriate.
4 Performs other duties as assigned.
1 Education: Bachelor's degree in related field required; advanced degree preferred. Experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
2 Experience: Fifteen years of operational and/or policy experience directly related to area of expertise is required.
3 Skills: Demonstrated expertise in dealing with analytic aspects of expertise area; ability to identify issues and find ways to contribute in an unstructured environment; ability to interact with the research staff and management; ability to interact with sponsors.
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