The Treaty Analyst primary function is working within Special Access Programs (SAPs). The position will provide “day-to-day” support for Collateral, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and Special Access Program (SAP) activities. Locations may vary; multiple CONUS and OCONUS locations may be available.
Performance shall include:
Provide advice and assistance to policy makers on security, OPSEC, counterintelligence, and vulnerabilities related to the U.S. Government activities under various arms control agreements. Agreements include the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, Open Skies Treaty, Chemical Weapons Convention, U.S.-International Atomic Energy Agency Safeguards Agreement (IAEA), IAEA Additional Protocol, Biological Weapons Convention, Non-proliferation Treaty, Strategic Offensive Arms Reduction Treaty, and others
Maintain operational knowledge of treaties and agreements and their effects on special program interests
Review intelligence reports and open source information for arms control issues, as well as counterintelligence threats to personnel, equipment and information systems associated with research, technology and acquisitions programs on a daily basis
Deploy to represent Special Access Programs during mock arms control inspections exercises to provide advice, assistance and liaison support to Special Access Programs
Coordinate with national-level government agencies to distribute Defense Threat Reduction Agency arms control inspection notifications to applicable entities to ensure necessary security plans are implemented
Brief organizations on potential intelligence and information vulnerabilities during treaty inspections as well as tactics, techniques and procedures available to protect acquisition programs during Arms Control inspections
8 - 10 years related experience
Bachelor’s degree in a related area or equivalent experience (4 years)
Current Top Secret Clearance with SCI Eligibility
Eligibility for access to Special Access Program Information
Willingness to submit to a Counterintelligence polygraph
Must be familiar with security policy/manuals and the appropriate DCIDs/JAFANs and other guiding policy documents
Must have the ability to work in a dynamic environment and effectively interact with numerous DOD, military/civilian personnel and industry partners
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
Possess a high degree of originality, creativity, initiative requiring minimal supervision
Requires travel within the organizational geographic Area of Responsibility (AOR) (note - could be extensive, and includes both air and ground transportation)
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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.