What You’ll Get to Do:
Perform technical intelligence analysis of IED and other improvised weapon system incidents, fusing the intelligence with other forensic data and all-source intelligence data to provide attribution of individuals and groups to devices and events. Analyze devices and events to determine technical profiles and signatures. Through the links discovered, analysts identify insurgent and IED networks, which include leaders, facilitators, financiers, cell members and bomb makers to identify potential targets for possible lethal and non-lethal action. Use these analytical conclusions to support Level II exploitation labs and other expeditionary facilities across the globe.
More About the Role:
The senior analyst must be proficient in analytical tradecraft skills to assess new analytical assignments and assume primary responsibilities for specific production requirements. As required, the senior analyst will represent the program and NGIC at intelligence forums and coordinate customer engagement visits with CONUS-based tactical units. The senior analyst must be comfortable with integrating analysis CITP’s all-source target development analysts, as well as NGIC's IED Branch, Combat Incident Analysis Division, Identity Intelligence Division and the large C-IED community. The senior will work independently and lead a small team to integrate analytical findings into the Intelligence Cycle, F3EAD and the development of force protection countermeasures. Must be capable of fusing exploitation data with recognized analytical tradecraft directives and apply trend and pattern analysis, geospatial analysis, network link diagrams, pattern of life (POL) analysis and large data manipulation to prepare assessments. Should possess strong technical expertise and operational experience with data research tools on, SIPRNET and JWICS search engines. Must demonstrate experience in researching multiple intelligence databases and producing intelligence products IAW ICD directives. Must be able to prepare and present formal targeting analysis products at the tactical through operational level. Prepare and present intelligence briefings and presentations. Evaluate information reporting and sources. The analyst is expected to meet global deployment requirements in often austere and hazardous operational environments.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Background in counter-terrorism, counter insurgency, or counter IED analysis and previous deployment to Afghanistan
What We Can Offer You:
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