The intelligence Research Analyst supports the Joint Requirements Office (JRO) for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense, J-8 Joint Staff. The intelligence Research Analyst provides intelligence and analysis in support of wargames; scenario and vignette development; modelling; analyses of alternatives; concept development and studies to support the development of CBRND and CWMD requirements, including medical countermeasures (MCM) and diagnostics.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in operations research, engineering, systems analysis, mathematics, or the physical sciences.
• Must possess at least 3 years of experience working on a multidisciplinary team.
• Must have demonstrated the ability to apply analytical skills to problem solving in a military environment.
• Must have a working knowledge of intelligence, threat, and warning processes. This ability must be demonstrated by three years of experience at the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC), Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), Air Force Intelligence, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), or any DoD or non-DoD intelligence analysis organizations under the purview of the Director of National Intelligence.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
• Must possess knowledge of the Department of Defense’s general mission; force structure; warfighting concepts; tactics, techniques and procedures; and doctrine.
• Must be knowledgeable about and have the ability to articulate accurately and completely CBRN technical and war-fighting concepts and capabilities at joint working groups and scenario development and strategy meetings.
• Must support efforts to ensure future concepts and JRO equities are appropriately presented in the joint arena. They must have a working knowledge of CBRND, CWMD, Operational Analysis, Force Development, and the JCIDS. This ability may be demonstrated by a minimum of three years of experience working CBRND and/or CWMD issues within the Joint Staff, functional Combatant Command staffs, or Service staffs.
• Must have strong knowledge of the Enhanced Planning Process (EPP) and Analytic Agenda as well as familiarity with Defense Planning Scenarios (DPS) and Multi-Service Force Deployment vignettes (MSFD). This ability may be demonstrated by a minimum of two years of experience using the EPP in DOD, preferably at the Joint level.
• Must have the ability to coordinate with other organizations regarding proposed future concepts and the impact those concepts will have on Joint capabilities.
• Shall possess a current final TS security clearance, with current fully adjudicated eligibility for access to SCI based on at least an SSBI.
Summit is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Summit gives candidate preference to employees that reside in HUB Zones.