Own your opportunity to serve as a critical component of our nation’s safety and security. Make an impact by using your expertise to protect our country from threats.
This position supports the Government’s intelligence information requirements. Supporting a senior intelligence analyst, it requires the ability to identify, analyze, consolidate, and report on information available through various intelligence resources and to identify and mitigate risk to the program. This position requires the ability to gain an understanding of complex analytical issues, identify intelligence gaps and make recommendations to fill or mitigate those gaps and evaluate intelligence information to meet the Government’s mission requirements. This position will create, draft and brief assessments, white papers, studies and reports, and present briefings to senior Government officials.
• Intelligence analysts are expected to have subject-matter expertise in foreign intelligence, U.S. Government capabilities, international terrorism, domestic terrorism, transportation security, weapons of mass destruction, cyber threats to domestic infrastructure, anti-terrorism/force protection, critical infrastructure/key resources protection, policy development, and/or other national security concerns. Intelligence Analysts are expected to have an understanding of intelligence capabilities and limitations within the continental U.S.
• Analysts shall produce tactical and strategic intelligence products to Government clients including senior executives and other Government officials, Communities of Interest and other staff.
Assist the Government in refinement of a comprehensive intelligence program.
Assist the Government with establishing, prioritizing and refining information requirements.
Assist the Government with maintaining existing and establishing new relationships across intelligence and law enforcement communities to gather relevant intelligence information and products.
Perform in-depth threat analysis of multi-source intelligence resources.
Gather various technical, military and geospatial information to support the Government’s intelligence priorities.
Prepare and provide intelligence briefings, assessments and reports.
Draft responses, assessments and reports in response to Requests for Information (RFI) from senior Government Officials.
Prepare and provide intelligence briefing, assessments and reports.
Provide real-time multi-domain intelligence support during exercises and operational activities.
Attend related meetings and promulgate meeting minutes.
3-5 years of experience working as a multi-disciplined all-source intelligence analyst, ideally having had experience in threat/risk assessments with specialization in counterintelligence, Operations Security, and/or Program Protection preferred.
Experience in briefing senior executives on intelligence and operations desirable.
Strong writing, oral, and interpersonal skills to draft complex analysis and concisely convey relevance to senior government officials and personnel less familiar with Intelligence Community (IC) processes, structure and limitations.
Familiarity with submitting RFIs, Information Needs or other related requests to intelligence agencies is desirable.
Ability to build consensus and diverse and competing requirements.
Ability to convey complex issue with those less familiar with the IC processes, structure and limitations.
Familiarity with IC cryptologic and geospatial capabilities
Strong computer skills (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook). Knowledge of operating within a SharePoint Environment a plus.
Ability to travel periodically up to 2 weeks within the continental U.S. to support exercise and operational activities. Ability to deploy for longer periods in support of contingency operations if required.
Demonstrate understanding of ICD 703, Protection of Classified national Intelligence.
Working knowledge of ICD 203, Analytical Standards.
Familiarity with ICD 204, National Intelligence Priorities Framework.
Familiarity with formulating Priority Intelligence Requirements.
Ability to travel periodically for periods up to 2 weeks within the continental U.S. to support exercises and operational activities.
Possess and maintain TS clearance with SCI eligibility. A polygraph may be required at some point during employment if needed to meet future requirements for information or system access.
Years of Experience
3 + years of related experience
* may vary based on technical training, certification(s), or degree
Less than 10%
U.S. Citizenship Required
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