Perform analytical work in support of systems, programs and/or planning activities.
Typical duties involve assignments to design test plans and procedures, conduct online analysis during test conduct, perform post-test analysis, and support test report generation, in addition to research, analysis, design, and development of relationships and solutions to resolve problems within the specialty area.
(Intel Sys Analyst) - Provides technical, analytical, and management support in areas of intelligence and electronic warfare operations where knowledge and skills are gained primarily through unique formal education, specialized training, and operational assignments requiring access to sensitive or classified information and systems.
*This position is contingent upon award of task orders.* All candidates will be subject to a standard background investigation prior to on-boarding.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must be able to obtain a SECRET security clearance
- The work requires working knowledge in advanced theory and current practices in the specialty area.
- General Fields for this category include Data Processing, Logistics Management, Communications and Electronics, Mathematics, Financial Management, Acquisition Management, Systems Analysis, Operations Research, Engineering Technology, and Computer Systems Analysis.
- Educational background must include courses that develop analytical skills.
- (Intel Sys Analyst) -
- At least four years of experience with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems, and/or intelligence processes is required.
- Experience should include one or more of the following intelligence disciplines: Cryptology, Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Measurements and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT), All-Source Intelligence Analysis, Counter-Intelligence (CI), intelligence systems development and maintenance, and other related fields.
- One week of certified intelligence systems or intelligence processes training at a Department of Defense or service school equals 40 course hours of completed training (8 hours per day).
SNVC - 20 months ago
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