Mid-Level Intelligence Analyst
: Albuquerque, NM
Primary functions are to support mission operations; maintain interagency liaison relationships; collaborate with multi-location team members;
and perform timely research and analysis in a dynamic environment.
- Conduct all-source intelligence analysis with primary responsibilities consisting of research, analysis, collaboration, liaison, and briefings.
- Support all-source intelligence capability alongside a federal Intelligence Operations Specialist.
- Expedite regional outreach to support requests for information and analysis.
- Collect, analyze, interpret, evaluate, and integrate data from multiple sources and assess the relevance and significance of findings;
provide formal briefings, prepare written intelligence products, and complete special projects based on these findings.
- Maintain subject matter expertise on criminal, domestic, and international threats.
- Maintain a comprehensive level of knowledge, skills, and abilities for the profession.
- Complete tasks by planning, organizing, and prioritizing work within expected timeframes.
- Remain adaptable, proactive, resourceful, and efficient, with a high level of professionalism.
- Possess a four-year degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
- Ability to relocate based on position requirements. Relocation will be at applicant's expense.
- Experience with one or more of the following: law enforcement or intelligence community liaison, social media analysis, all-source intelligence analysis,
counterintelligence analysis, asymmetric threat analysis, risk analysis.
- Broad operational knowledge of criminal, domestic, and international terrorism threats to the U.S (both stated and emerging).
- Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
- Experience providing formal briefings and presentations to all levels of an organization.
- Experience producing and editing written analytical products intended for both operational personnel and agency decision-makers.
- Ability to analyze available intelligence and determine potential threats to personnel and/or agency operations; experience in making key correlations
and providing usable, timely intelligence to decision-makers.
- Experience collaborating with members of the Intelligence Community and/or law enforcement community; experience fostering inter-agency relationships to support operations.
- Ability to exchange constructive critiques and collaborate with peers.
- Possess strong research and analytical skills.
- Possess excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to work both independently and in a small team environment; ability to coordinate with peers, management, and agency customers in geographically-dispersed locations.
- Meet requirements for a DOE security clearance and building access badge. Access will require the qualified candidate be a U.S. citizen with DOE Q clearance. The candidate’s written consent to conduct a background
check for the purposes of maintaining a security clearance will be required as a condition of employment.
- Certain positions requiring a security clearance may require the periodic successful completion of a counterintelligence-scope polygraph examination.
- Pass a pre-employment test for the absence of any illegal substances. Ongoing reviews and tests for the absence of illegal substances may
be conducted for continued access to client sites. Written consent to such tests will be required as a condition of employment.
- Ongoing reviews and tests for the absence of any illegal substances will be conducted as a requirement for ongoing access to DOE sites.
The candidate’s written consent to conduct such tests may be required as a condition of employment.
Desired or Preferred Qualifications:
- 4 or more years of military or law enforcement experience, assigned to a unit involved in intelligence and/or analysis.
- Current DOE clearance (L or Q) and/or current Secret or Top Secret clearance.
- Familiarity with criminal intelligence system operating policies (28 CFR § 23), and experience working within 28 CFR § 23 operating principles and guidelines.
- Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in field of study emphasizing intelligence and/or law enforcement.
- Experience with surveillance, surveillance detection, and counter-surveillance operations (in military, intelligence, law enforcement, or corporate setting).
- Experience working with armed plainclothes and/or undercover government personnel who must interact with all segments of society in a challenging variety of environmental settings.
- Work is normally performed in an office setting.
- Long work hours are periodically required.
- Rotating 24/7 on-call status (available by phone or pager, and may be required to report to workplace or designated off-site location within 60–90 minutes).
- Periodic travel within the Continental U.S. may be required.
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