Imagery Analyst

Job Description
Location Washington, DC

This position absolutely requires an active TOP SECRET security clearance with current SCI Access.

Provide analysis of data and support to theater operations through multi-INT fusion and the integration of National and Tactical ISR sources.

SCOPE: Provide research and analysis of data to integrate findings into intelligence products in support of Combat/Crisis Operations and customer needs. Integrate data as applicable in order to provide a product depicting a more complete picture of specific customer analytical issues; identify intelligences gaps; and, prepare intelligence requirements as needed. Disseminate both preliminary and finished and geospatially-based intelligence products that contribute to demonstrated impact across the Military, Intelligence, and Policy-making communities. Provide situational awareness to analysts through the assembly of daily intelligence documents, briefings, and datasets. Create, update, and manage databases and products in coordination with multi-INT fusion analysts. Provide data to the analyst in the form of shapefiles and accompanying video files for the analyst to incorporate into ESRI ArcGIS 9.2 GIS projects.

REQUIRED EDUCATION: A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field and 12 or more years specific experience is required. Candidate must have successfully completed a military or government Imagery Analysis training course equivalent to the Geospatial Intelligence Training Program (GITP).

SKILLS: Candidates must demonstrate mastery of fundamental imagery interpretation tradecraft skills to include basic photogrammetry, plotting, map reading, image orientation for stereo viewing, equipment and object identification by order-of-battle, facility identification and description by purpose and function; thorough understanding and application of three basic sensor types: Panchromatic (optical and electro-optical), thermal infrared, and synthetic aperture radar (SAR); experienced in exploiting motion/full motion imagery; developed expertise in at least one geographic region or functional area; developed expertise with foundation applications and tools (e.g. Light Table & Optics, IEC or equivalent, commercial ELTs, IESS/NES, RULER, INTELINK, common office automation applications); experience with related skills such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and applications (e.g. ESRI ArcView); experience with the use and application of multi-spectral imagery and image processing applications (e.g. Leica IMAGINE); thorough familiarity with collection tasking procedures for NTM; ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally using proper English grammar and stylistic conventions. Additionally, a demonstrated ability to work as a contributing team member is a must. Successful candidates will be required to complete important assignments on a short schedule, learn quickly, and possess the ability to accomplish tasks under limited supervision. The successful candidate must possess a strong attention to detail where the high quality and absolute reliability of intelligence products is essential.