JOB DESCRIPTION: SAIC is looking for team members to support the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Transforming All-Source Analysis with Location-Based Object Services (TALOS) to advance the state of the art in Big Data, data analysis, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and advanced analytics to enhance the DoD’s and the Intelligence Community’s (IC) information processes and technical architectures. DoD and the IC, warfighters, policymakers, and acquisition leaders must address strategic challenges that focus on leading-edge IT to deliver insight, advantages, and dominance in all warfighting domains—land, maritime, air, space, and cyber.
The candidate will support training users on data transformation and extraction activities, appropriate exploitation and storage of data, implementation and maintenance of data access controls, reporting, and the removal of data IAW DIA’s policies and compliance requirements. Working in a classroom environment as well as desk-side and possibly in more austere environments (forward operating bases), the trainer will help the users navigate and understand tools and applications to support Defense intelligence analysis. At times, the training may be requested to support user data ingestion, management, and other areas of data processing and follow specific guidance provided by the Government related to compliance with authorities and oversight policy for data access loading, minimization, retention, and use.
Works in cross-functional teams with data at all stages of the analysis lifecycle to derive actionable insight. Translates mission needs into an end-to-end analytical approach to achieve results. Performs the training in the areas of data collection and understanding, data cleansing and integration, and data storage and retrieval. Gather requirements from users about the appropriate analytics based on the data and the desired outcomes, using techniques including feature detection, statistics, data mining, predictive modeling, machine learning, natural language processing, and business intelligence. Interprets the validity of the requirements and communicates the meaning of those results. Has some familiarity with data wrangling, analytics, and visualization software and programming languages, including analytics methods for big data.
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
An active Top Secret/SCI clearance
Bachelor’s degree preferably in computer science, data analytics, software engineering, or related technical field.
A minimum of ten years of hands-on experience with DoD analytic applications, such as analyst notebook, link network tools, MIDB, M3, TAC, ArcGIS.