The candidate shall provide Imagery Analysis services as described below. Perform imagery research and analysis by researching current and historical hard copy and soft copy imagery, which may include researching the National Exploitation System (NES) and other appropriate databases for amplifying information and producing standard imagery analysis products. This effort will require regular collaboration with imagery and geospatial analysts and other intelligence officers.
Provide vulnerability analysis utilizing geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), imagery intelligence (IMINT), and open source intelligence (OSINT) to deliver security analysis in support of force protection, anti-terrorism planning, risk assessments, and protective operations overseas. The focal point of the mission is centered on U.S. interest and the ways in which these interests are vulnerable.
Daily duties include data mining, creating shapefiles, vetting locations, analysis of NTM/Commercial imagery, objective research, graphic creation, GeoPDF production, and the dissemination of assessments to the Intelligence Community.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Required Skills and Education:
5 years experience.
Imagery analysis experience in the Intelligence Community at the national level. Attended either the Geospatial Intelligence Training Program or equivalent. Knowledge of soft copy exploitation functionalities. Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of REMOTE VIEW, IEC, NES, and common office software to include PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, word processing. Knowledge of the intelligence collection process. Knowledgeable of multi-spectral imagery exploitation. Ability to work in a very dynamic and demanding work environment.