The Intelligence Analyst must have experience conducting analysis of foreign intelligence, terrorists groups, tactics, techniques procedures that each routinely employs. Must have the ability to conduct predictive analysis. The Intelligence Analyst will perform the following responsibilities:
Utilizes classified and unclassified reporting, research specific and unique finished intelligence (of all threat information) in support of Client missions and operations, worldwide
Provides analytical support to Presidential/Vice Presidential visits and provides specific mission tailored analysis of finished intelligence products
Develops and presents intelligence briefs to Client personnel supporting each respective Presidential/Vice President Visit
Produces Client Intelligence and Security documents for Client specific dissemination
Coordinate briefing material and target audience with the Client Security leadership for approval prior to dissemination
Coordinates with Intelligence Agencies and Departments
Through telephonic and personal visits, coordinates with DoD and other U.S. Governmental Intelligence agencies and departments. Coordination will be to enhance or gather additional intelligence/Information to perform analytical duties.
Other duties as assigned
Clearance TS/SCI required Must be able to obtain and maintain a Yankee White government clearance Years of Experience/Education Requirements
Five (5) plus years relevant experience
Graduate of a DoD Intelligence Analyst course or another U.S. Intelligence Agency's analytical training program
Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities)
Experience in conducting analysis of foreign intelligence organizations and/or international terrorists groups, tactics, techniques, and procedures each routinely employs, and have demonstrated the ability to conduct predictive analysis.
Experience presenting intelligence products to Senior Government Officials.
Provide Force Protection Threat Analysis for government and contractor personnel in support of Presidential, Vice Presidential, First Lady or Second Lady travel.
From sanctuary, provide analytical support to Force Protection missions worldwide to include identification of intelligence, criminal, and terrorist threats to government and contractor personnel, equipment, and missions deployed in support of foreign and domestic Presidential and Vice Presidential visits.
Ability to interface with challenging clients and engage in a constructive manner
Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand
Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive
Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy
Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills