Imagery Analyst (Deployable)
**Candidate must have an active TS/SCI and must be willing to deploy**
The successful candidate will work as a member of a government-contractor team providing analysis, research, and baseline report writing in support of a counter-proliferation mission. The candidate should have a strong imagery intelligence background and the ability to independently conduct research and initiate projects as appropriate.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position requires the successful candidate to primarily exploit and analyze NTM imagery and conduct supporting intelligence research. The analyst will provide imagery analytical tradecraft in direct intelligence support to the Warfighter, policymakers, and the Intelligence Community. The analyst must be experienced with imagery and intelligence report writing, know the intelligence cycle and have the ability to integrate data as applicable in order to provide a complete analytical product.
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 3 years relevant experience required and a Bachelor's degree in a related field is preferred. Must have successfully completed a military or government Imagery Analysis training course equivalent to the Geospatial Intelligence Training Program (GITP).
SKILLS: The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the intelligence community and must have imagery analysis experience at the national level, possess the ability to independently exploit imagery and extrapolate intelligence information and write baseline reports; experience with counter-proliferation and associated issues; demonstrated experience of soft copy exploitation functionalities; Strong knowledge of the following systems and software programs: REMOTEVIEW, IEC, NES, and common office software to include PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, word processing). Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills; strong knowledge of the intelligence collection process and experience coordinating with other IC Agencies. Knowledgeable of multi-spectral imagery exploitation; ability to work in a very dynamic and demanding work environment. Ability to brief senior staff officers is a plus. Work cooperatively as a team member and provide guidance to government analysts to build effective customer relationships. Ability to work independently with minimal or no oversight. Finally, the candidate must have the ability to communicate in a professional manner with representatives throughout the intelligence community in person, by telephone and through written correspondence and have a working-level ability with all components of Microsoft Office.
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