Cyberspace Intelligence Analyst II - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

Fort Meade
United States


The National Security Customer Group of SAIC currently has a contingency full-time position for a Cyberspace Intel Analyst to support the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) J3, Fort Meade, Maryland. 

The successful candidate will identify and extract essential information from intelligence products and investigations, analyze the data, and synthesize the information into reports that can be disseminated/used by U.S. policy makers, military commanders, and other Intelligence Community organizations. Cyber Ops Fusion Support Analyst is the Central point for fusion activities to include incident/handling/triage, net analysis, identifying TTPs and trends and bringing this info forward in a collective, cohesive manner. Identifies compromises, patterns and reported adversary activities and conducts analysis on countermeasures (whether used or not) and report on improvements should future similar activities take place. The candidate accomplishes the following tasks throughout their shift: maintaining awareness of CCMD/HHQ directives/orders; situational awareness and incident reporting; shift turnover meetings; orders processing; KM tools updating (website, blogs, etc.). Maintains TTPs/training; operational assessments; conducting briefings at all levels; special project collaboration when able; operational reporting; RFIs; AAR and LL inputs; SITREPS, industry/academic collaboration; CCIRS, PIR and EEFI research, development and reporting; executive summaries; tracking and documenting meetings/visits to JOC watch floor; and assisting in preparation of office relocation in accordance with move procedures. 

Daily duties will include: 
  • Serves as an Intelligence Specialists with responsibilities for participating in the production of all-source Intelligence products pertaining to cyberspace operations and planning activities 
  • Applies a wide range of intelligence analytic skills to monitor, assess, and report on cyberspace operations, capabilities, vulnerabilities, and personalities that could pose a threat to US computers, communications, weapon systems, and operations 
  • Advises stakeholders on key developments in their assigned area, including immediate and long-term responses 
  • Conducts reviews, identifies gaps, recommends solutions, and ensures alignment with strategies Supports decision making and special projects on the preparation, production, and coordination of written products and briefings for stakeholders and leadership 
  • Develops intelligence products and performs expansive cyberspace intelligence analyst duties Possesses a thorough understanding of intelligence analytic concepts to monitor, assess, and report on cyberspace operations, capabilities, and vulnerabilities 
  • Develops reports and briefings 
  • Enhances stakeholder relationships; advices and coordinates actions 
  • Develops analytic approaches and recommendations to problems and situations for which data are incomplete, controversial, or which no precedence exists 



  • Minimum six (6) years of experience as a Cyberspace Intelligence Analyst or a related functional area Minimum of Bachelor's Degree or additional 4 years of experience in lieu of degree, or 4 years of experience with a Master's Degree
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. 
  • Excellent communications skills 
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills 


  • ACTIVE TS/SCI with Polygraph or the ability to obtain a polygraph