Jacobs - Mid Identity Intelligence Analyst FINTEL
Biometric Identity Intelligence Analytic Support (BI2AS) Mid Analysts conduct all-source, Identity Intelligence (I2)-focused analysis and produce finished intelligence products in support of the Defense Intelligence Analysis Program. The Mid analyst applies a detailed understanding of I2 tradecraft to conduct advanced research using a variety of databases and toolsets, to compile and analyze complex data, and to develop assessments in support of their respective team’s mission. Additionally, the Mid analyst proliferates a detailed understanding of the tradecraft amongst junior-level analysts and directly supports the professional development of all team members.
- Produces finished intelligence products that are based on rigorous all-source Identity Intelligence (I2) analysis and meets the standards established by the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC).
- Aids in the development of analytic design and research methodologies; participates in analytic design review meetings and reviews draft products for adherence to NGIC production standards.
- Functions as a subject matter expert (SME) on assigned analytic line and frequently briefs this analysis to external customers and collaborators.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- Minimum five years of intelligence analysis experience (to include one year of Identity Intelligence / Biometric Enabled Intelligence experience).
- Experience writing strategic assessments for the Intelligence Community.
- Familiarity with ODNI guidance regarding analysis and assessment production (ICD 203, 206, & 208 at a minimum).
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- US government clearance: Active or Current TS w/ current SCI.
- Ability to conduct research and strategic-level analysis, as well as develop innovative analytic solutions to support U.S. Army and National Security interests.
- Ability to attend and brief at meetings with both internal leadership and external customers; able to react to a highly fluid environment.
- Knowledge of Identity Intelligence (I2), biometric modalities, and network analysis tools.
- Knowledge of and experience using all-source intelligence and research tools, structured analytic techniques, and quantitative and qualitative methodologies; knowledgeable in the Intelligence Cycle.
- Foundational understanding of Chinese, North Korean, Russian or Iranian security issues, including military strategy, the capabilities of associated ground forces, and domestic security concerns.
- Foundational understanding of Chinese, North Korean, Russian or Iranian foreign relations, including an understanding of the drivers, actors, and conduct of foreign influence.
- Experience with PAI/open source tools and analysis; prior completion of Army OSINT training (OS301/302) highly desired.