Altamira is a top open source technology company in the national security space. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Altamira serves the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities by focusing on creating innovative solutions leveraging common standards in architecture, data and security. Join our team of experts as we engineer national security! Altamira is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Altamira brings a commercial mindset to solving the most complex national security problems by delivering mission application development, multi-intelligence analysis, and data science technologies and solutions to the defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities. Altamira's culture of innovation and excellence, and mid-market-size, positions us as the premier next generation leader bringing technology solutions to mission.
Altamira Technologies is searching for talented Analysts to support the US Army's 513th Military Intelligence Brigade functions as an Echelon-Above-Corps multi-discipline intelligence unit. The GETS mission is to deliver GEOINT toolsets (the development of software tools and tooling that reside on the GETS platform) through an enterprise-grade, Software as a Service (SaaS) platform. GETS supports many agencies and organizations on multiple networks, including every Combatant Command (CCMD) and military branch. All Information Technology (IT) administrative operations, development operations, and end-user support operations reside at Fort Gordon, GA. GETS hardware is currently located in Hawaii, Germany, and Georgia, with other instances planned. From those locations, GETS services are available via network connections worldwide. The specific mission focus pertaining to this performance work statement involves daily operation of GETS IT hardware, integration activities with GEOINT processes, direct end-user support, and development of new automated technical capabilities to satisfy the supported commanders' stated requirements.
Job Responsibilities * Perform specialized imagery science and technical data processing techniques utilizing non - standard and developmental software suites and algorithms and stage the resulting data for exploitation. * Analyze, interpret, annotate and disseminate GEOINT products derived from the full spectrum of GEOINT capabilities (including, but not limited to, RADAR, Infra - red, Panchromatic, and Multi/hyperspectral) * Utilize observations from the aforementioned analysis to answer customer intelligence requirements and facilitate the integration of GEOINT into ongoing theater and national intelligence processes * Ensure that GEOINT reporting adheres to applicable national, theater and IGD SOPs and guidelines, including (but not limited to) those which apply to content, accuracy, formatting, and classification * Enter the results of analysis into the GETS systems and any additional specified databases in an accurate and timely manner, as specified by the Government * Provide subject matter expertise on Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) related issues to Government leads, conduct quality research into questions that are asked concerning GEOINT, and render timely and quality opinions on GEOINT questions which are presented in the form of formal taskers, e - mail, meetings, and training exercises
Desired Qualifications * Active Top Secret Clearance with SCI eligibility * Preferred Bachelor's Degree in computer science, engineering, math, or science field
Required Skills * US citizenship with the ability to obtain a security clearance * Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
Required Experience * Experience with GEOINT Enterprise TPED System (GETS) * Minimum General Experience: 6 years