Jacobs - Mid All Source Intelligence Analyst
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Jacobs is loking for All Source Analyst, MID to support its federal program in Charlottesville, VA. The ideal candidate will:
- Conducts all-source analysis and analytical production by using intelligence and information from multiple sources to assess, interpret, forecast, and explain a range of national security issues and developments that are regional or functional in nature.
- Provides all-source analytic support to collections, operations, investigations, and other defense intelligence analytic requirements.
Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Produces finished intelligence products that are based on rigorous all-source Identity Intelligence (I2) analysis and meet 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 8 years of experience conducting analysis relevant to the specific labor category with at least a portion of the experience within the last 2 years.
- Experience writing strategic assessments for the Intelligence Community.
- Familiarity with ODNI guidance regarding analysis and assessment production (ICD 203, 206, & 208 at a minimum).
- Demonstrates ability to communicate complex issues clearly in a concise and organized manner both verbally and non-verbally; with strong grammar skills.
- Demonstrates working knowledge using complex analytic methodologies, such as structured analytic techniques, or alternative approaches, to examine biases, assumptions and theories to eliminate uncertainty, strengthen analytic arguments, and mitigate surprise. Structured analytic techniques include, but not limited to, Analysis of Competing Hypotheses, Devil’s Advocacy, High-Impact / Low-Impact Analysis, Red Team Analysis and Alternative Futures Analysis.
- Demonstrates understanding of intelligence collection capabilities and limitations, to include but not limited to, technical sensors / platforms and human intelligence sources related to the labor category.
- Demonstrates ability to collaborate and work with other IC members on information sharing, driving collection, and addressing analytic disputes and conflict resolution.
- Demonstrates ability to lead teams in researching multifaceted or critical problems. Provides guidance in selecting, designing, and applying analytic methodologies. Uses argument evaluation and validated analytic methodologies to challenge differing perspectives.
- 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 security issues, including military strategy, the capabilities of associated ground forces, and domestic security concerns.
- Foundational understanding of 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.