Intelligence Analyst Senior - Military veterans preferred

2019-01-04
DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Springfield
Virginia
United States

 
Job Summary
 
The Intelligence Analyst Senior researches, mines analyzes, interprets, evaluates, and integrates moderately complex intelligence data pertaining to order of battle, force structure, strategic and conventional military capabilities, and key military leadership. May serve as an All-Source Analyst or specialize in a more technical field of intelligence such as Imagery intelligence (IMINT), Signals intelligence (SIGINT), Human intelligence (HUMINT), Measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT), Geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), or Counter-Intelligence (CI).
 
Principal Accountabilities
  • Analyze and interpret moderately complex intelligence data by monitoring information feeds, threat activity, and mining data sources; Identify potential threats, targets of interest, and potential malicious activity in order to develop specialized intelligence products, threat analyses, and tailed reports
  • Assess capabilities of doctrine and strategy production, joint forces operations, force structure, manpower, joint exercises, readiness training and intentions; Provide input to policymakers on key foreign military capabilities trends
  • Develop approaches to analysis and validate analytical conclusions
  • Maintain  and  update  extensive  intelligence  databases,  systems,  and  mechanisms  for  sharing  relevant intelligence information to support ongoing and projected projects
  • Advises team(s) on special projects or studies of considerable scope and depth critical to the resolution of military capabilities issues and problems
  • Interpret complex legislative, regulatory, and policy guidance to prepare recommendations and brief senior leadership; Represent the Agency’s position concerning military capabilities to senior policymakers
  • Analyze, review, and assist in the development of complex policy on key intelligence operational issues
  • Conduct research and interpret legislation, directives, and doctrines affecting the Intelligence Community
  • Review information/data to assess potential impact on the Agency, and help plan, organize, coordinate, and communicate Agency responses to higher authorities
  • Provide broad policy advice to senior management through the process of synthesis, analysis, and interrelating of meaningful data; ensure that intelligence policy operations and programs are streamlined, efficient, and in compliance with regulatory requirements by providing guidance, oversight and evaluation.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills

  • Ability to review moderately complex data, identify potential gaps and vulnerabilities, and correlate seemingly unrelated information to determine links and patterns
  • Working knowledge of and skill in applying advanced intelligence concepts, principles, practices, laws, regulations, methods and techniques
  • Substantive knowledge of the Intelligence Community and/or Department of Defense missions and functions
  • Excellent communication skills and presentation skills, with an ability to interact with military leadership and public officials
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, use logic and reasoning to evaluate figures, and draw valid conclusions
  • Working knowledge of policy development and ability to influence future actions in terms of developing short and long-range policy
  • Ability to write concise, logical, grammatically correct analytical reports.
  • Two years of report-writing experience is preferred.

Experience & Education

  • Bachelor’s degree with three (3) years of  intelligence analysis experience, or  equivalent specialized training and intelligence/academic experience is preferred