Work site: Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA
Job Summary: The Intelligence Analyst provides technical and analytical support for the analysis of architectures, operations, systems engineering and information. The candidate will provide recommendations for data collection, algorithm development, processing, design and exploitation for the operations of Air Force Intelligence Community Information Technology Enterprise.
Related tasks and projects include:
- Develops and coordinates the evaluations
- Recommends new areas of evaluation for incorporation into evaluation planning efforts
- Formulates special studies to support the ACC Tradecraft Division
- Reviews and develops technical documentation such as test plans, technical and test reports
- Edits, standardizes, or makes changes to material prepared by other writers and illustrators.
- Candidates must possess clear technical understanding of Intelligence Community tools and processes and be able to communicate effectivity with Air Force Intelligence Community members and teams.
- Bachelor’s degree and 20 years of relevant experience OR Master's degree and 15 years of relevant experience. (Experience may be considered in lieu of degree)
- Active DoD TS/SCI security clearance
- Experience with a focus on multiple domains of intelligence
- Intelligence analysis training, to include target development
- Intermediate or advanced multi-intelligence target development experience
- Understands intelligence processes and organizational responsibilities within the AF and the Intelligence Community.
- Solid understanding of physical and logical networks
- Familiar with Activity-Based Intelligence tradecraft
- Well-developed organizational and time management skills
- Strong written and oral communication skills, including ability to communicate detailed technical information to peers and non-technical management staff as needed
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Conducts analysis using intelligence and information from multiple sources to assess, interpret, forecast, and explain a range of national security issues and developments that are regional or functional in nature. Provides all-source analytic support to collections, operations, investigations, and other defense intelligence analytic requirements.
- Demonstrates ability to define problems, supervise studies and lead surveys to collect and analyze data to provide advice and recommend solutions.
- Demonstrates analytic leadership and expertise in identifying, planning, developing, and executing analytic production methodologies, tradecraft and techniques aligned with labor category mission.
- Demonstrates extensive ability to provide strategic advice, technical guidance and expertise to Defense planners and policymaker (e.g., Undersecretary level or higher).
- Required Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience conducting analysis relevant to the specific labor category with at least a portion of the experience within the last 2 years.
- Required Education: Master’s degree from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or have a bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and an additional 5 years of related expert experience, for a total of 20 years, as a substitute to the master’s degree.
- Familiar with US national intelligence partners Additional cloud or networking certifications
- Graduate of Defense Intelligence Agency Joint Intermediate Target Development
- Graduate of National Cryptologic School NETA2400 or NET2401
- Knowledge of non-linear workflows
- Familiar with Object Based Production
- Knowledge of SIGINT, MASINT, GEOINT, or HUMINT collection or analysis
- Familiar with Air Operations Center (AOC) and/or Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS)
- Excellent briefing and writing skills