Counterintelligence (CI) Operations Analyst, TS/SCI with Polygraph

Clearance Level
Top Secret SCI + Polygraph
Category
Intelligence Operations Support
Location
Chantilly, Virginia
Onsite Workplace
Key Skills For Success

Human Intelligence (HUMINT)

Information Collection

Intelligence Analysis

REQ#: RQ170495
Requisition Type: Regular
Your Impact

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.

Job Description

GDIT is your place. You make it your own by embracing autonomy, seizing opportunity, and being trusted to deliver your best every day.

We think. We act. We deliver. There is no challenge that we can’t turn into opportunity. And our work depends on a Counterintelligence Analyst joining our team to support Government activities at Chantilly, VA. This position provides an opportunity to work closely with esteemed clients to develop/execute solutions that allow them to carry out high-stakes national security missions. The selected candidate will work with collaborative teams to analyze information and intelligence relevant to threats facing the systems, infrastructure, and resources critical to the nation. The selected candidate will interview individuals in order to collect information pertinent to foreign contact and foreign travel. This information may lead to the creation of intelligence products that will be shared throughout the counterintelligence community. The selected candidate will also present awareness and defensive briefings in order to highlight threats facing the community.

Key Responsibilities:

This position will provide a unique opportunity to act as a CI Analyst, providing subject matter expertise and analytical support to a broad array of satellite-related programs, including acquisition, launch, and space and ground operations. Incumbent will utilize resources to effectively integrate CI analysis and concepts to produce comprehensive assessments about potential CI threats to systems, technology, acquisitions, operations, locations, personnel, and supply chain risk management (SCRM) as related to mission needs.  Intelligence and Operations Analysis Specialists 

  • Apply analytic, counterintelligence, and technical knowledge and experience to assess intelligence reporting, all-source intelligence analysis, and unstructured data received from a range of DoD and IC sources.
  • Perform research and correlate all-source intelligence products pertaining to foreign capabilities, development, and trends in the use of space and counterspace systems.
  • Production in one or more of the following areas: FIS operations, foreign denial and deception, computer network operations, counterespionage and economic/industrial espionage, technology protection and illicit technology transfer, investigations support, operations security, and terrorism.
  • Extensive knowledge of adversary threat, including but not limited to, foreign intelligence entities, and their targeting TTPs and intent.
  • Possess strong analytic tradecraft and critical thinking skills with a demonstrated ability to drive a line of analysis, including strong research abilities and familiarity with various targeting and analytical research tools.
  • Experience/familiarity in one or more of the following disciplines: HUMINT, GEOINT, SIGINT, MASINT, or denial and deception.
  • Familiarity with analytical tools and methodologies such as link analysis, timelines, casual-loop analysis, and risk management.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills with an ability to convey complex information to a variety of audiences.
  • Ability to travel worldwide.

Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Analyze information and intelligence and develop research studies and recommendations pertaining to potential CI threats to the work of our clients.
  • Handle requirements and collection management, as well as the analysis and evaluation of data assessment strategies. Those strategies may include sampling, statistical analysis, evaluation, flow processing and management assessment.
  • Research, development and preparation of briefings and analyses which may include narrative, tabular and graphic materials.
  • Work closely with stakeholders to promote information sharing and collaboration.
  • Standard operating procedures, validation criteria for personnel, entities, components, and communities of Interest will also be developed and disseminated by this employee.
  • Mine data for unknown linkages in existing information or to maintain integrated database tracking systems for controlled correspondence. 

Successful candidates are expected to have related experience and knowledge/understanding of:

  • TS/SCI security clearance with the ability to obtain a Polygraph is required at time of hire. Candidate must be able to obtain the Polygraph within a reasonable amount of time from date of hire
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related specialized area or field or the equivalent is required plus a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in the intelligence and/or CI communities (or equivalent years of work experience in lieu of no degree).
  • Proven ability to conduct research, analysis, and produce finished intelligence on a variety of topics.
  • Production in one or more of the following areas: FIS operations, foreign denial and deception, computer network operations, counterespionage and economic/industrial espionage, technology protection and illicit technology transfer, investigations support, operations security, and terrorism.
  • Experience/familiarity in one or more of the following disciplines: HUMINT, IMINT, SIGINT, MASINT, or denial and deception.
  • Familiarity with analytical tools and methodologies such as link analysis, timelines, casual-loop analysis, and risk management.
  • Ability to travel worldwide.
  • The position also requires interpretation and understanding of Intelligence Community policies, procedures, standards, guidelines, and objectives, as well as an understanding of U.S. intelligence satellite systems, and long-range program and budget expertise.
  • A technical background (e.g., electrical or aerospace engineering) is also desired, but not required.

Education:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field (or equivalent work experience)

Certification:

  • N/A

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies and gain experience in a dynamic IT environment.
  • Continuous learning and professional development opportunities.
  • Collaborative and inclusive work culture.
  • Contribution to critical business operations and the chance to make a significant impact.
Work Requirements
Years of Experience

2 + years of related experience

* may vary based on technical training, certification(s), or degree

Certification

Travel Required

25-50%

Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship Required

About Our Work

We are GDIT. A global technology and professional services company that delivers consulting, technology and mission services to every major agency across the U.S. government, defense and intelligence community. Our 30,000 experts extract the power of technology to create immediate value and deliver solutions at the edge of innovation. We operate across 30 countries worldwide, offering leading capabilities in digital modernization, AI/ML, Cloud, Cyber and application development. Together with our clients, we strive to create a safer, smarter world by harnessing the power of deep expertise and advanced technology.

GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.