Biometrics / Identity Intelligence Analyst
Business Group Highlights Intelligence The Intelligence group provides high-end systems engineering and integration products and services, data analytics and software development to national and military intelligence customers. Serving federal agencies and the Intelligence Community for more than 50years, the Intelligence group helps our clients meet their mission needs by providing trusted advisors, leading-edge technologies, and innovative solutions.
ResponsibilitiesConducts analytic production on the full range of unique identifying human characteristics and modalities to include, but not limited to, fingerprints, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), iris scans, voiceprints, facial recognition features, and behavior for the purposes of identifying and tracking persons and networks. Fuses identity attributes to include, but not limited to, biographical, biological, behavioral, contextual, and reputational information related to individuals and intelligence associated with those attributes to identify and assess threat individuals and networks, their capabilities and capacity, centers of gravity, objectives, intent, and potential courses of action. Analyzes friendly and adversary biometric systems to understand their capabilities, vulnerabilities, and to inform the U.S. Defense Acquisition Community. Supports the production and coordination of doctrine and policy documents, in accordance with applicable DoD authorities and guidance, to facilitate and advance 12 across the DIE.
TS/SCI with current CI scope Polygraph
- (with one year of currency minimum) OR willing to undergo CI scope Polygraph PLUS+ Education
- Bachelor's Degree OR 10+ years direct relevant experience PLUS+ Experience
- 10+ years of analytical experience (with 8+ years of Identity Intelligence or functional/regional all-source analysis experience) at the operational/strategic level within DoD or equivalent Government agencies+ Ability to gather, analyze and collate and fuse available intelligence products to produce IIRs, reports, and briefings including the ability to clearly articulate information.+ Strong briefing skills to include the ability to clearly articulate information to senior members of the intelligence community
EducationMaster's Degree+ Experience: Counter Terrorism/Counter Insurgency, Global Regional Issues, HUMINT, CI, POL/MIL/Geopolitical analysis; Senior Intelligence Analysis with familiarity of ICD 203, 204 and 206.+ Competed OS301 Fundamentals Course+ Completed OS302 OSINT Analytic Tools Course+ Completed a Basic Social Media Analysis Course+ Complete an Advanced Social Media Analysis Course+ Equivalency
- Chief Warrant Officer 3-5; Field Grade Officer (O4
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