Intelligence Analyst Principal Leader
USA-DC: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Remote Work Authorized
Yes, 5 % of the Time
Dec 25, 2012, 7:28:17 PM
Essential Job Functions
Leads the preparation of intelligence documents through intelligence gathering using multiple intelligence sources such as human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), measurement and signal intelligence (MASINT), open source intelligence (OSINT) to support customers including military, intelligence, law enforcement or security agencies. Recommends process improvements or enhancements to processes. Implements changes or improvements, as approved.
Oversees and leads teams in the processing of information about situations and entities of strategic, operational or tactical importance; characterizes possible future actions and identifies possible courses of action or remedies and implements same when approved.
Leads the analysis of current intelligence holdings, identification of potential shortfalls, gaps and vulnerabilities to develop subsequent collection requirements. Leads the development of specialized intelligence products, threat analyses, production support, and tailored intelligence products such as fusion intelligence, warning intelligence, estimative intelligence or psychological profiling. Oversees the development of complex briefings, reports and short notice position papers; leads the review, approvals and compilation of reports, submission of documentation to relevant databases. Presents briefings to key personnel including senior management. Leads, collaborates with and supports broader security project teams.
Leads the identification of potential targets including assessing targets of opportunity, providing geographic, photographic and threat-related information to appropriate parties such as the military. Recommends changes to approach or additional opportunities for review.
Oversees the processing of incoming reports and messages, determining significance and reliability of incoming information. Oversees the integration of incoming intelligence and operational information to maintain situation awareness displays. Identifies issues and concerns and escalates as appropriate. Implements changes as agreed.
Oversees the development of periodic and special intelligence reports, plans and briefings. Recommends changes, and where appropriate, courses of action. Identifies critical strategic issues through review of information created.
Provides leadership and work guidance to less experienced personnel.
Leads and guides intelligence projects including developing, time lines, milestones and deliverables.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Bachelor's degree in international relations, political science, public policy, psychology or related field preferred
Graduate of an intelligence training school or equivalent
Ten or more years of intelligence analysis experience
Experience working with intelligence organizations
Experience working with intelligence processes, policies and procedures
Experience working with multiple intelligence sources
Experience working with multiple intelligence databases and maintenance of accuracy and content of same
Experience working with specialized specific intelligence sources such as human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), measurement and signal intelligence (MASINT), open source intelligence (OSINT) and possibly developing subject matter expertise in that particular discipline
Possess security clearance as needed
Interpersonal skills to interact with customers and team members
Communication skills to interact with team members and support personnel
Analytical and problem solving skills for investigating security issues
Project management skills
Ability to work with intelligence databases and related tools
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Willingness to travel
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