Monitor and evaluate domestic threats through open-source analysis and data exploitation in Chinese.
Perform Chinese to English translation and summarization
Provide analysis of translated materials
Develop findings and recommendations
Organize conclusions into written products
Write products on threat topics and security issues
Conduct outreach and deliver briefings to share assessments on the current homeland threat environment with various stakeholders and partners
Participate in interagency processes, including the preparation and presentation of open-source intelligence briefings to individuals and groups throughout government agencies.
All work will be conducted on site in Washington, DC area
BA or BS degree and 4+ years of experience with open-source research, collection or analysis Possess native or near-native fluency in Chinese and English (Minimum Level 3 on the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Proficiency Level for Chinese) and be able to utilize these language skills in conducting open-source research and data exploitation Possess excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, strong academic or professional credentials, a solid work ethic, a strong proficiency with Internet and core software tools such as MS Word and PowerPoint High level of attention to detail Familiarity with open-source technical tools Experience with gathering data, analyzing findings, and documenting results Preferred Skills:
Familiarity with classified databases and other technical tools required to conduct intelligence analysis Experience with writing intelligence products and providing document reviews Experience with conducting briefings to various audiences Experience investigating organized crime, drug trafficking organizations, and/or transnational threats Military intelligence schoolhouse training MA or MS degree in a related field
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