Leidos is seeking a GEOINT TradeCraft Trainer for our customer site in Suitland, MD. This position requires an active TS/SCI. Work will include providing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis and support to creating, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present geo-spatial data and support GEOINT tradecraft training and qualification testing of local and Fleet GEOINT personnel on GEOINT tradecraft, GEOINT architectures, collection operations, reporting, and watch functions.
- Conduct Fleet training at Fleet locations ensuring current intelligence community GEOINT production is discoverable.
- Provide quality control of products in accordance with local SOP’s and JQR best practices.
- Assist GEOINT watch officers with review and release of products and reports via established reporting and dissemination methods.
- Coordinate missions and production with internal and external customers via official channels established workflows based on guidance from government leadership.
- Provide analysis and production tradecraft practices to watch personnel.
- Provide guidance and instructions on analysis and exploitation of NTM, commercial, ISR and other geospatial information related data.
- Review and quality control data published into IC databases, e.g. Cedalion, FCMS, istore, etc.
- Provide admin support for the Navy’s implementation of the NSG’s GEOINT GPC. Support to include test delivery and administration, coordination with NSG GPC Program office and other Service leads, tracking qualification/certification/recertification tracking, maintaining NAVY’s GPC data base and reporting and compliance.
- Assist government personnel in NSG Certification proctor training, classified and unclassified testing, development of test material and certification program reporting as required.
- Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 4 years of GIOINT experience or Master's Degree and no less than 2 years of GIOINT experience. Additional years of experience may be used in lieu of a degree.
- Formal military Imagery Analysis training or equivalent civilian remote sensing certifications
- 2 years of experience as a GEOINT watch stander
- 1 year of GEOINT experience in the exploitation of one or more of the following data sources; panchromatic, radar, IR or multi-spectral
- 2 years of practical work experience using one or more of the following GEOINT areas of expertise: National and Tactical GEOINT architectures; experience with CEDALION imagery system, experience with Imagery Exploitation Support System (IESS) or CEDALION SIPR; GEOINT Dissemination Systems (e.g. Global Broadcast System (GBS).
- Complete local GEOINT watch training and certification requirements (301/302 JQR) and attain NSG Proficiency Level One (PL1) within 90 calendar days of arrival. Complete all 303 JQR and attain and maintain GPA-IA within 180 calendar days of arrival.
- 2 years of experience as OPINTEL Watch Officer
- 1 year of FMV experience
- 5 years of experience of quality control of GEOINT production
- 2 years of experience with DCGS-N and GEOINT related fleet systems.
- AA degree or 3 years of office admin experience
- 3 years of experience maintaining MS Access databases and MS Office proficiency
- Experience proctoring and administrating sensitive testing
External Referral Bonus:Ineligible
External Referral Bonus $:
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI
Travel:Yes, 10% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
Job Family:Geographic Information Systems
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