The Intelligence Analyst is primarily responsible for coordinating and participating in the analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence.
More About the Role:
The Intelligence Analyst will support the Department of Homeland Security's National Protection & Programs Directorate (NPPD) and Federal Protective Service (FPS) to enhance their mission capabilities in protecting buildings, grounds and property owned, occupied, or secured by the Federal Government and persons on the property. The Intelligence Analyst will gather and review information pertaining to the security of Federal facilities and their occupants to include: assessing information from tenant agencies; conducting threat, vulnerability and consequence assessments and recommending countermeasures to protect Federal tenants and mitigate risk. The Intelligence Analyst will prepare reports regarding the full spectrum of potential threats to Federal facilities to include: Intelligence Bulletins, Assessments and other products/reports; Federal Facility Threat Picture Reports; Weekly Intelligence Briefings; Monthly Investigative and Crime Statistics; Intelligence Information Reports and related products.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Must have Active TS with SCI eligibility; current/prior DHS Suitability strongly preferred.
5+ years’ relevant experience with Ph.D.
7+ years’ relevant experience with Master’s degree
8+ years’ relevant experience with Bachelor’s degree
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Knowledge of one or more intelligence topics pertaining to homeland security, including but not limited to counterterrorism, infrastructure protection and/or IP Sectors, cyber security, FEMA and all phases of the intelligence cycle.
Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft® Office® tools (Excel, Power Point, Word).
Knowledge of intelligence tools and systems such as the Homeland Security Data Network; the Homeland Top Secret Network and other systems used by NPPD and the Intelligence Community. Ability to communicate and convey information, both verbally and written.