The Geopolitical Intelligence Analyst, assigned to a specific client, is responsible for serving as the subject matter expert on all intelligence-related tasks including processes, support requirements, technical aspects, and operational methods.
- Represent Pinkerton's core values of integrity, vigilance, and excellence.
- Respond in a timely manner to requests for intelligence information;
- Correlate intelligence and contextual data used in preparation of briefing materials, presentations, and intelligence-related papers/articles.
- Review and verify information, intelligence reports, alert notices, crime prevention surveys.
- Disseminate data to appropriate client staff members.
- Provide counsel and recommendations, based upon a thorough and accurate analysis, to supervisors and other Intelligence Coordinators.
- Assess and maintain a variety of situational awareness tools to quickly and accurately advise decision makers on possible courses of action.
- Review and utilize diagnostic tools and technology sources to develop complex data compilations.
- Research, evaluate, integrate, and analyze all-source data in the preparation and presentation of clear, concise, and in-depth intelligence analytical products;
- Focus on operational threats including research and development, production, delivery systems, doctrine, and capabilities.
- Provide in-depth research and analysis of the personal protection situations for designated personnel worldwide.
- Prepare, present, defend positions and provide recommendations at conferences, in working groups, and planning sessions.
- Support travel protection initiatives through preparation of location threat briefs.
- All other duties, as assigned.