You are here

Abilities and Skills of An Operations Research Graduate

Operations research graduate

  1. Ability to extract, prepare and provide data and information required to support decision makers.
  2. Ability to benefit from the prediction and detection of the sources of obstacles and problems.
  3. Ability to support senior management decisions.
  4. Ability to identify the problem and identify its axes
  5. The ability to design statistical studies and determine the steps of preparation of these studies, and identify the statistical methods necessary to achieve them.
  6. Ability to choose the appropriate data collection tool (Questionnaire - Interview - Note).
  7. Ability to display and interpret information.
  8. Has good quality information in the field of Quality assurance.
  9. The ability to prepare and design typical models for use in documents of / data and reports analysis issued by the employer.
  10. Ability to prepare and configure a database repository containing all the administrative data of the employer.
  11. Ability to identify database requirements to provide support for the employer.
  12. The ability to coordinate all data systems in the workplace and ensure that the versions are compatible with a level commensurate with the philosophy and center of the employer.
  13. Ability to use database applications and analysis tools to assess data quality to prepare final outputs.
  14. Ability to perform data analysis to meet requests from different parties.
  15. Ability to display the results in a report or presentation template or orally as required.
  16. Ability to prepare results and information on request to assist in strategic decision making.
  17. The ability to think logically and organize and present ideas clearly.
  18. Ability to work under pressure and in a challenging work environment.
  19. Has sufficient skills for teamwork.
  20. Ability to deal with primary and secondary data sources.
  21. Has the ability to teach mathematics and statistics courses in the general education stages, especially the intermediate and primary stage.
  22. Has the capacity to work as a trainer for data analysis and processing courses.