We have an exciting opportunity for a Finished Intelligence Analyst to support a client’s requirements in a challenging, dynamic setting located in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The Analyst position conduct structured analysis of events within a specific assigned Area of Responsibility (AOR). The Analyst will identify emerging threats, support high-profile cyber security related activities and projects, and develop threat vulnerability assessments for cyber security infrastructures. The Analyst must be knowledgeable of adversarial tactics, techniques, and procedures related to network hacking and must be proficient in authoring strategic-level finished intelligence assessments. The Analyst will perform in-depth all-source research and analysis; and prepare written assessments for policy, intelligence, law enforcement, and homeland security communities. The Analyst will use a variety of analytical principles, concepts and methodologies to produce all-source intelligence products and target development packages. The Analyst will support strategic analyses to guide national policy on counterterrorism, and encourage collaboration within the CT community by identifying intelligence gaps and connections. The Analyst will write reports ranging from 2-8 pages depending on the subjects and timelines determined by the customer. The Analyst will use a full range of methodological approaches and analytical tools to evaluate CT issues and resolve key intelligence questions at the strategic level.
Experience analyzing events of national intelligence interest
Experience manipulating various classified and open source databases
Knowledge of all-source intelligence, including SIGINT, and/or HUMINT collection reports
Ability to read and process all-source intelligence reports and implement directives, as presented daily
Experience researching information related to network hacking and cyber security concepts
Previous experience writing Finished INTEL products with a focus on counterterrorism
Ability to research, analyze, and fuse complex data sets and generate leads to advance dynamic objectives collection and analysis
Experience manipulating data ( for example, performing Boolean logic searches) in order to pull out pertinent information for finished intelligence products
Experience developing quantitative metrics and analyzing trends
Experience coordinating with multiple IC partners
Familiarity with key US foreign policy and national security Counterterrorism (CT) objectives
Strong attention to detail and previous writing experience supporting an IC customer
Ability to think and act quickly in a high-pressure environment
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree + 8 years of applicable experience or a Master’s degree + a minimum of 6 years of applicable experience
TS/SCI Clearance with Polygraph is required
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