The Defense and Intelligence Group of Leidos is seeking a Senior Intelligence Analyst Subject Matter Expert (SME) on Space to support an Intelligence Community (IC) program in Northern Virginia. An Active TS/SCI with polygraph security clearance is required for this position. The candidate will support Government staff in developing a broad range of written products in support of senior leadership and USG policymakers. This is a part-time position intended to support several simultaneous studies.
- Advise the Space Threat Assessment Cell (STAC) on key development in their assigned area requiring both immediate and long term analytical and collection response by the IC.
- Support decision makers and special projects on intelligence integration issues to include the preparation, production, and coordination of written products and briefings for senior IC members, policy makers, military decision makers, and members of Congress.
- Conduct reviews of IC collection and analysis against hard targets, identifying gaps, recommending solutions, and ensuring alignment with Unifying Intelligence Strategies.
- Support the planning, facilitation, and after action needs for Community sessions and outreach initiatives to address intelligence integrations matters.
- Active TS/SCI with polygraph
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent, related work experience
- Requires ability to communicate with executive leadership regarding matters of significant importance to the Space Threat Assessment Cell (STAC).
- Three (3) years' experience working with or in the Intelligence Community.
- Ten (10) years' experience related to the designated regional or functional Area of Responsibility (AOR).
- Demonstrated experience with collection and analytical missions of the AOR.
- Excellent writing capabilities to develop country profiles associated with AOR.
- Significant demonstrated analytic skills, tradecraft experience, or extensive publication on the subject as a noted expert in the field.
- Demonstrated ability to coordinate and support cross-community meetings and working groups, assimilate large volumes of information and independently produce written reports.