Mission Protection Engineer, Mid

The Challenge:

Critical decisions are made every single day in our government. What if you could use your analytical skills to help them make informed decisions? With all the information available today, it takes a skilled analyst to know how to find and interpret the best data to give their clients the right answers. As a mission protection engineer,  you can use your technical experience and your attention to detail to develop reports, intelligence, products, and analytic assessments to give your client the actionable intelligence and context they need. If you have strong analytical skills and a problem-solving mindset, we have an opportunity to use those skills to support our government’s senior policy and decision makers and protect our national security against adversarial space threats.

As a mission protection engineer on our team, you’ll help your client understand intelligence data from all domains on foreign threats to the United States space enterprise, including using satellites and satellite ground operations to support the development of acquisition of space control capabilities and strategies by assessing system threats and vulnerabilities to determine potential risks and impacts. You will also identify the intelligence community (IC)’s shortfalls and gaps and address these through the creation of a new requirement or modification of existing requirements. You’ll gain an understanding of various collection platforms as you explore new data sources, craft effective queries, and combine information from disparate sources, including SIGINT, GEOINT, OSINT, MASINT, open source, and others. You’ll learn how to validate information and apply client tradecraft as you help build assessments for the US IC and senior policy makers. You will become the authority on mission and space protection, so your client will look to you for time critical recommendations, often under pressure. This is a chance to define your expertise, develop new skills in evaluating effectiveness of capabilities and processes through various means, such as modeling, and share your skills with other analysts. We focus on growing as a team to deliver the best support to our customers, so you’ll have resources for mentoring and learning new skills and tools. Join us as we provide the right information at the right time to support the critical needs of our warfighters, nation’s leaders, and policy makers. 

Empower change with us.

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 –working at key operational client locations, you will 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 NTM systems expertise 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, Cybersecurity, 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

You Have:

-4+ years of experience in working on an intelligence mission within the IC

-Experience with researching, preparing, conveying threat analysis and indications and warnings (I&W) to senior staff members and government officials

-Knowledge of SIGINT tasking, collection, processing, exploitation, analysis, and dissemination (TCPED) processes

-Knowledge of how the intelligence analysis role supports operations and working with and evaluating tools and capabilities that present a graphical common operating picture

-Knowledge of the interrelationships of the Joint and interagency space doctrine, strategy, plans, and operations as it pertains to the DoD and intelligence community

-Ability to work a rotating 24/7 shift pattern, as required

-TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph required

-HS diploma or GED  

Nice If You Have:

-Experience with collection management, mission management, space systems engineering, or SIGINT operational environments relating to space resources

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

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

-Knowledge of foreign threats to US space operations

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

-Ability to work in a dynamic environment with a diverse group of individuals focused on the accomplishment of common objectives

-Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills

-BA or BS degree in IT, Physical Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Operational Research, CS, Orbital Mechanics, Flight Safety, Vulnerability Testing, or Collision

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 with polygraph is required.

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