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As a Patent Business Analyst, you will serve as an authoritative resource for OPIM relative to the information technology business requirement process. As a technical expert, you will be responsible for the business analysis function. Your duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
-Solving significant problems complicated by interfaces and interrelationships between and among programs, systems, functions, policies and numerous critical issues.
-Integrating patent examining expertise into the development of automated systems serving patent examiners.
-Serving as a project management group leader responsible for integrating patent examining expertise into the development of automated systems serving patent examiners.
-Planning, organizing, and carrying through to completion major analytical studies involving key agency patent business programs.
-Utilizing extensive experience in working with patent processes and procedures to successfully create specialized processing requirements for developing the Patents End-to-End system (PE2E).
-Working with cross-functional teams within OPIM and OCIO offices that may include external partners and/or contractors in order to provide daily direction and coordination for the business aspects on the design, development, and deployment of automated information systems based on professional patent examining knowledge of business processes/needs.
Who May Apply
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Applications will be accepted from current USPTO Federal employees serving on career or career-conditional appointment in the Competitive Service and CTAP eligible candidates in the local commuting area.
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