Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is recruiting for an Subject Matter Expert (Science & Technology) in Washington, DC.
About our Company: Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is a contractor for DOE, NNSA and NASA. Navarro offers a very competitive benefits package with 401K, vacation, life insurance, long and short term disability, dental and medical coverage.
The Contract will serve as an Intelligence Research Specialist and assists in the oversight of the laboratory-based analysis of foreign science and technology relative to the national security interests of the DOE, the US and our allies in areas of assigned responsibility. Research, analysis, and preparation of time-sensitive finished foreign intelligence reports, reviews, assessments, news, shorts and long-term projections on MASINT, science and technology (S&T) and National Security related topics for DOE/IN periodicals, publications, daily highlights and briefings provided to a wide-range of senior level policymakers and DOE/ National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) officials.
Collects data, reviews the scientific literature and performs mathematical and statistical analysis and future projections related to energy, climate and environmental issues with impacts on emerging energy science and technology.
Prepares ad hoc special reports and tailored briefings for senior level policymakers as required. Incumbent identifies and reports on intelligence collection and analysis gaps in these analytical areas. Analyzes, evaluates and reviews the significance of raw all-source intelligence data. The incumbent’s target audience is senior level policymakers, inside and outside DOE and NNSA, involved in the safeguards and security of DOE/NNSA facilities, personnel, operations and assets.
Serves as alternate DOE advisor for the National MASINT committee, its system operations, collection requirements management subcommittees and U.S. IC entities addressing MASINT issues. Establishes the Department’s positions for MASINT and S&T collection issues with actual, potential impact on DOE requirements. Identifies new MASINT collection systems’ characteristics and capabilities necessary to support DOE requirements. Ensures DOE influence on U.S. IC collection strategies for current and future national MASINT systems collection capability development.
Develops and maintains close liaison with counterparts in US IC member agencies and departments’ intelligence collection and management organizations. Solicits support within US IC for DOE positions on MASINT and S&T collection, processing, reporting, analysis, and evaluation issues. Prepares and conducts briefings for senior DOE management, field intelligence elements on MASINT and S&T collection issues, unexpected events, future systems development, with adverse impact on the Department’s intelligence requirements. Develops, coordinates and defends DOE position within the US IC. Provides timely, comprehensive input for IN responses to Executive Department, Congressional action requests involving national MASINT and S&T issues.
Serves as DOE advisor on Intelligence Community production committees and collection committees or their working groups, making substantive technical contributions as appropriate and required. Interacts with other elements of National Intelligence where science and technology expertise is required.
Keeps informed on intelligence issues (S&T, terrorism, counterintelligence, being worked by the IC) so as to recommend S&T programs at the Field Intelligence Elements of the DOE laboratories.
Provides expert technical guidance to DOE Headquarters intelligence users, field- intelligence elements for developing MASINT needs to support their nuclear energy and weapons R&D, related technologies, energy security policy, international energy-related competition, contingency planning, emergency management and National Energy Strategy development responsibilities. Develops and coordinates intelligence collection needs. Ensures that DOE information needs are adequately expressed in collection requirements registers. Assesses the responsiveness of national MASINT systems to meet DOE information needs.
Provides intelligence, scientific, technical, mathematical and statistical support for DOE (e.g. NA-22) and other agencies in the IC (e.g. DTRA) in proliferation and nuclear weapon detection.
Serves as a key research specialist supporting analytic efforts on a wide range of MASINT, S&T and National Security issues and foreign S&T matters related to the DOE, NNSA and the IC.
Keeps current on the state of science and technology worldwide, on technologies as they bear on the IC, in particular S&T analysis, MASINT and technical collection, so as to provide expert reports and IC interactions.
Executes such other intelligence related responsibilities and duties as senior management, such as the Director and Deputy Director, assign. In off-duty hours, the incumbent may be required to return to assigned duty station in order to provide support to senior level DOE policymakers, particularly during crisis periods.
Position requires Contractor to have earned a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college in a business or intelligence related field.
A minimum of five (5) years experience in within the U.S. Government intelligence/counterintelligence community.
Demonstrated evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills, planning and organizational skills, and proven ability to perform under pressure to meet tight deadlines.
Functional computer literacy, and be proficient in common computer and network applications.
Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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