WorldOpp Fellow Candidate
|Degree Preferred||No Degree|
|* A combination of study and work hours shall be around 40 hours a week|
A WorldOpp Fellow Candidate (hereinafter, the Candidate) is an entry-level role of WorldOpp candidates within an WorldOpp incubator of Friends Of CNM (hereinafter, the Group). Future WorldOpp fellows are expected to start out as the Candidates and later move to the Lead Candidate roles.
De facto, the Employer is a non-profit group that supports Career Network Ministry and enhances its services. De jure, the Employer acts as a division of one of the corporate friends of Friends Of CNM depending on your location. In Northern Virginia, our primary corporate friend is Educaship Alliance LLC (formerly known as People's University).
We are looking for an analyst candidate to join our DevOps Department. The ideal candidate will be a driven, self-starter who loves getting lost in data and can build an actionable story. This role will primarily be responsible for analyzing the employment market and technology solutions. This person will identify and help integrate data sources that are essential for analysis. They must be able to synthesize and analyze large amounts of data in order to form valuable insights for the business. This role will be interfacing with multiple areas of the organization and should possess exceptional communications skills.
- No GED would be considered, but not necessary
- No degree preferred, but not necessary
- No relevant experience desired, but not necessary
- School and college drop-outs are particularly welcome
- Representatives of vulnerable communities such as the physically or mentally limited, residents of war zones, home-stay caregivers, orphans, widows or widowers, non-educated youth, and/or unemployed are especially welcome
Data Integration Identify critical data sources and collaborate with others across the organization to integrate data into a consistent and usable format Analysis Utilize analytical and quantitative methods to understand, predict, and improve the performance of market players and technology developments. Reporting Design, build, and maintain reports, dashboards, and metrics to monitor performance. Presentation Present insights and recommendations to the general public Other Assist the DevOps Department and Friends Of CNM on special projects; particularly, organize at least one CNM Cyber roundtable a week as a CNM Cyber event host.
- We are looking for an analyst apprentice to join our DevOps Department. The ideal candidate will be a driven, self-starter who loves getting lost in data and can build an actionable story. This role will primarily be responsible for analyzing the employment market and technology solutions.
- This person will identify and help integrate data sources that are essential for analysis. They must be able to synthesize and analyze large amounts of data in order to form valuable insights for the business. This role will be interfacing with multiple areas of the organization and should possess exceptional communications skills.
- Qualifications: (a) No GED would be considered, but not necessary; (b) No degree preferred, but not necessary; (c) No relevant experience desired, but not necessary; (d) School and college drop-outs are particularly welcome; (e) Representatives of vulnerable communities are especially welcome.
- We at CNM are looking for fellow candidates, possibly, with little-to-no higher educational and/or work experience, to join our WorldOpp incubator. You are welcome to learn individually and as well as by being part of an enthusiastic team -- isn't it an amazing yet promising learning experience helping you grow both ways?
- Friends of CNM – About us
- CNM stands for Career Network Ministry. To enhance and support its services, we are building a network of employers, workforce developers, educational institutions, and career service providers.
- Job Summary - The Apprentice Analyst will provide support for various analytic requirements. These requirements include multi-source analysis, network and vulnerability analysis, intelligence analysis, threat analysis and reporting, information insurance analysis, network and media forensic analysis, malicious code analysis and Computer Network Operations (CNO) synchronization planning and support.
- Primary Responsibilities
- Perform internet research.
- Discover and document information on high interest targets.
- Analyzing technical and intelligence data, document information and processes; analyze exploitation opportunities, and interpreting analytical results.
- Conducting research and evaluating technical and all-source intelligence with specific emphasis on network operations and cyber warfare techniques, tactics and procedures.
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment and non-standard hours when needed.
- Primary Responsibilities
- Goal - This ministry tries it’s best to outreach individuals by facilitating them during transition of their line of business by providing thoughtful support. Within the ministry, Friends of CNM started out as it’s tech. training crew in 2012 and by 2017 has grown up to its IT division. Outside the ministry, Friends of CNM act as a department of Educaship Alliance LLC; its premeditated/strategic partners.
When was my first time to encounter this job, I'm confused, have no idea of what to do, what to expect, and what to learn, because chaos is this job's environment and you need a weapon to fight that chaos and I call it senses. When I found out my first task, another task is there and you need to lift up your 'sword' to fight this and I call this enemy, deliverable. One thing I know, if you finish this task, this will help you to discover your another skill and realized that the project management was just a thing you did, a job you had, but when something went good or bad, everybody else stepped backward, and you were the one left. Project managers were the only ones who could talk about the process, not just the product. And, usually, you were the person who had the power to do it.
You should be comfortable with ambiguity. You need to be tranquil and the decision is very important. You have to be willing to reshape the rule, the process, whenever things change. It's really important to be comfortable with people too, different cultures, so much of business being international now. You'll be called to walk into a situation where you don't know the people you're working with, maybe not even where, or their genders, and say, 'How do I work with these people?' You'll have to create a bit of a roadmap for yourself, and hopefully, be likable enough to get by.