Journeyman Linguists may be expected to perform voice and graphic tasks:
Scan materials to identify items that require further processing;
Categorize and prioritize materials for further processing;
Provide gists, extracts, full, and verbatim transcripts;
Scan written materials to identify items that require further processing;
Perform further processing of material in the format required;
Produce translations of printed materials.
Journeyman Linguists must have at least one year of cryptologic and/or relevant experience. They must have the linguistic proficiency necessary and skills required to perform the assigned voice and/or graphic tasks, with some supervision. They shall be able to compile and update operational working aids and databases. Basic internet research skills and an understanding of telecommunications and computer network communications fundamentals are desired, although not required.
Performance at Level 2 in translation from audio and graphic material, as defined by the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) scale is required.
Must possess or be capable of obtaining a TS/SCI with poly.
US Security Clearance Required
Top Secret SCI with Polygraph
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