Intelligence Analyst for Adversary Laser Technologies

The Challenge:

As an Adversary Laser Technologies Intelligence Analyst on our team, you’ll support the client to define key threats to national security space systems from adversary laser systems, assess how the adversary uses laser technology to enhance their operations and the potential impacts to US Space operations, identify protection and threat defeat options, and recommend material and non-material solutions. You’ll evaluate intelligence reporting of adversary capabilities, identify critical threat intelligence information needs for all the client’s projects proactively, engage the intelligence community (IC) to foster collection and analysis initiatives, work with the Space operations community to understand requirements, and work with the IC to determine a path forward for resolving all the client’s division level project intelligence requirements.

You’ll work to spearhead collection and analysis efforts with the IC and military services to support all the client’s project managers with the developed comprehension of the detailed intelligence necessary to accomplish their mission. You’ll evaluate and maintain current knowledge of global foreign directed energy system threats and provide feedback to IC and service source analysts and reporters to establish and enhance relationships. You’ll participate in the efforts to identify critical information needs and do whatever it takes to satisfy those requirements for intelligence support proactively.

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You Have:

-5+ years of experience with space and counterspace intelligence analysis

-Knowledge of the space and counterspace operations planning process

-Knowledge of the Joint and service SAP and SAR communities

-Knowledge of the IC, including both the national IC and Service Intelligence components

-Knowledge of national security space systems and architectures and service space systems and architectures

-Knowledge of current Combined Space Operations Center (CSpOC)

-TS/SCI clearance

-BA or BS degree

Nice If You Have:

-Experience in working with and evaluating tools and capabilities that present a graphical user-defined operating picture

-Experience with working in special access program and special access required environments

-Knowledge of intelligence data required to support modeling and simulation and decision tools

-Knowledge of foreign Cyber threats to US space operations to work in a dynamic environment with a diverse group of individuals focused on the accomplishment of common objectives

-BA or BS degree in IT, Physical Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Operational Research, CS, Business Administration, or an Intelligence-related field preferred; MA or MS degree a plus

Clearance:

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required. 

Build Your Career: 

At Booz Allen, we know the power of analytics and intelligence. When you join Booz Allen, we’ll help you develop the career you want. 

  

Challenging projects – Whether training analysts on military equipment through VR technology; developing a simulation capability to allow teams to rehearse missions together; or integrating RFID tags into mobile devices to enable data access within a geo parameter, you’ll get to solve some of the world’s toughest problems 

Meaningful work – Use your skills to empower change. Your work will keep citizens and warfighters safe and well both at home and abroad 

State-of-the-art technology – Broaden your intelligence capabilities with digital forensics, telematics, precision navigation, secure mobile operations, and advanced analytics 

New skills – In-house experts and partnerships with tech leaders, like Nvidia and Splunk, mean you can get practical experience with advanced GPU technologies, cyber security, and data science 

Room to grow – You’ll be inspired to grow your career while making your ideas a reality thanks to new opportunities across the U.S. and abroad, encouraging mentors, and collaborative colleagues 

We’re an EOE that empowers our people—no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic—to fearlessly drive change.

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