Counter Proliferation Analyst Nuclear Specialist (Intelligence A with Security Clearance

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Employer
HII Mission Technologies
Location
Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Posted
Apr 01, 2024
Closes
Apr 21, 2024
Ref
2741849085
Discipline
Safety / Security
Position Type
Analyst, Specialist
Specialty
Autonomy
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Requisition Number: 16347 Required Travel: 0 - 10% Employment Type: Full Time/Salaried/Exempt Security Clearance: TS/SCI Level of Experience: Mid HI This opportunity resides with Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR), a business group within HII's Mission Technologies division. From towers to processors, we design, develop, integrate and manage the sensors, systems and other assets necessary to support integrated intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations, exploitation and analysis for the Intelligence Community, the military services, geographic and functional combatant commands and DoD agencies. Meet HII's Mission Technologies Division Our team of more than 7,000 professionals worldwide delivers all-domain expertise and advanced technologies in service of mission partners across the globe. Mission Technologies is leading the next evolution of national defense - the data evolution - by accelerating a breadth of national security solutions for government and commercial customers. Our capabilities range from C5ISR, AI and Big Data, cyber operations and synthetic training environments to fleet sustainment, environmental remediation and the largest family of unmanned underwater vehicles in every class. Find the role that's right for you. Apply today. We look forward to meeting you. Who We Are As a Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Nuclear Specialist) with Mission Technologies, you will serve as a nuclear/radiological subject-matter expert and technical authority with a focus on current/near-term events, plans, developments, and trends regarding the proliferation of WMD and nuclear/radiological events; issues impacting nuclear weapons security; force protection; and force operability and survivability against a broad spectrum of nuclear, biological, chemical and other WMD events. As a nuclear subject matter expert, you will conduct applied research on specific intelligence issues regarding the WMD threats to US and allied nations; provide written input to reports and briefings; assist with answering requests for information (RFI); assist in research and analytical data entries related to WMD; all for dissemination to agency leadership and its personnel, Combatant Commands, and the Intelligence Community (IC). You will serve on a unique, multi-discipline team assisting DTRA, CCMDs, and IA and IC partners to fuse operations and intelligence information to enhance Whole of Government efforts against Nuclear WMDs, threats, and counter-proliferation efforts, and the threat networks that facilitate or employ those threats. You will adhere to DTRA production standards supporting the Government's Request for Support (RFS) and Named Area of Interest (NAI) processes. You will assist in the preparation, and the conduct of leader engagements with DTRA and commanders globally to assist in developing processes that enhance situational understanding of Nuclear WMD and improvised threats and the networks that employ or facilitate them to enable DOD, IA, and IC efforts focused on dismantling, disrupting, and defeating those threats. What You Will Do As a Counter-Proliferation Analyst with specialized experience in Nuclear Defense, you will analyze and produce intelligence products for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) focused on Nuclear WMDs and counter-proliferation threats using advanced all-source analytic capabilities. You will apply expertise in Nuclear WMD, Counter-proliferation, network analysis (Counter Threat Network), social network analysis, and command and control systems. You will serve as an all-source counter-proliferation intelligence analyst with specialized experience in Nuclear Defense. Your primary responsibility will be informing DTRA activities through structured research using multiple sources and analytic tool suites. You will deliver products that increase the client's situational understanding and comprehension of Nuclear WMD, improvised threats, and associated counter-proliferation networks. You will assist in evaluating paths to Nuclear WMDs, including state WMD programs and potential proliferation, and support real-world missions in a dynamic client environment. The Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Nuclear SME) will respond to strategic operational and tactical collection needs based on raw intelligence, apply knowledge of related collection techniques, and possess working knowledge of tradecraft and tools used in the Nuclear WMD and counter-proliferation collection environment. You will assist in enabling DOD, IA, and IC communities of action to dismantle, disrupt, and defeat Nuclear WMD and counter-threat networks. To do this, you will prioritize and categorize requests for support, conduct near- and long-term analyses of device and network-centric problem sets, and fuse multiple intelligence disciplines. You will directly support embedded teammates, answer requests for support from customers, and work closely with the senior analysts to develop high-quality products and work closely with other members of the team to identify valuable information on Nuclear WMD and Counter-proliferation threats and enemy organizations, identify trends, patterns, and key nodes; and highlight relationships to the targeted enemy network. What We Are Looking For 5 years relevant experience with a Bachelor's in a related field; 3 years relevant experience with a Master's in a related field; 0 years experience with a Ph.D. or Juris Doctorate in a related field; or High School Diploma or equivalent and 9 years relevant experience.
Current Top Secret/Specialized Compartmented Information Security Clearance.
More than 3 years of experience providing intelligence analysis for DoD and/or an intelligence agency in an analyst role, including multi-intelligence WMD or counter-proliferation production in the past 7 years.
More than 2 years of direct experience with DoD and IC All-Source analysis tools, collecting and analyzing information in support of DoD or other government organizations, or direct experience managing analytic production, or the exploitation of multi-intelligence data focused on WMD or counter-proliferation.
More than 1 year of experience providing Attack the Network (AtN) analysis focused on WMD, CT, or counter-proliferation/improvised threat networks. Practical understanding of collection techniques and working knowledge of tradecraft and tools used in the WMD and counter-proliferation collection environment. Practical understanding of network analysis tools such as Analyst Notebook and Palantir.
Practical understanding of geospatial Intel tools such as ArcGIS and Google Earth.
Practical understanding of Intel-related databases such as M3, TAC, NCTC Online, TIDE, and SIGINT databases such as ICReach and Cultweave SIGINT.
Practical understanding of MS Office, Excel, and big-data analytic techniques for structured and unstructured data. You must also possess the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
Willing to work rotating shifts if needed - that may include nights and weekends.
Preferred: Bonus Points For Graduate degree in nuclear-related field (mechanical engineering, nuclear engineering, or chemical engineering) or more than 10 years of nuclear-related field/lab work experience.
Previous experience with CBRN/WMD-related intelligence (i.e. nuclear security, counter-proliferation, nuclear policy, health/medical, arms control, weapons technology, etc.)
Scientific or technical education or background.
Experience with the DTRA including its planning processes.
Experience with the terminology used in the collection of data for chemicals, biologics, and WMDs and their proliferation.
Knowledge of advanced internet-based research, including Boolean logic, advanced research techniques, search engine, and database resources, and Internet sources, including social media, social networking tools, and commercial and industry-based databases. Experience accessing, researching, and exploiting global and regional digital platforms and PAI data. Expert understanding of collection techniques and working knowledge of tradecraft and tools used in the Nuclear WMD and counter-proliferation collection environment.
Expert understanding of network analysis tools such as Analyst Notebook and Palantir.
Expert understanding of geospatial Intel tools such as ArcGIS and Google Earth.
Expert understanding of Intel-related databases such as M3, TAC, NCTC Online, TIDE, and SIGINT databases such as ICReach and Cultweave SIGINT.
Expert understanding of MS Office, Excel, and big-data analytic techniques for structured and unstructured data. More than ten years of military experience, and/or a combination of military and IC Agency experience, including recent combat deployments, and be well-versed in all areas of military intelligence, WMD, and Counter-proliferation. Expert understanding of MS Office, Excel, and big-data analytic techniques for structured and unstructured data.
Physical Requirements May require working in an office, industrial, shipboard, or laboratory environment. Capable of climbing ladders and tolerating confined spaces and extreme temperature variances. Why HII We build the world's most powerful, survivable naval ships and defense technology solutions that safeguard our seas, sky, land, space and cyber. Our diverse workforce includes skilled tradespeople; artificial intelligence, machine learning (AI/ML) experts; engineers; technologists; scientists; logistics experts; and business administration professionals. Recognized as one of America's top large company employers, we are a values and ethics driven organization that puts people's safety and well-being first. Regardless of your role or where you serve, at HII . click apply for full job details