Intelligence Analyst [2023-011]


The successful candidate will support a high-performing team of Government and Contractor professionals to monitor, analyze, aggregate, and deliver – All source information, analysis, tasking, and decision-support information for senior decision-makers in support of the Space Warfighting Mission. The candidate will be pivotal in supporting senior decision-makers tactical and operational intelligence analysis needs. The successful candidate will have experience with Al-source and space intelligence, intel collection requests, operational sensor tasking, and the Space Warfighting mission. The successful candidate will also have demonstrated the ability to operate in a dynamic and high-energy environment with constantly changing tasking and priorities.

Essential Functions:

• Intermediate professional with practical knowledge of the job area. Works under moderate supervision to set objectives for own job area. Communicates with contacts inside and outside their own team to explain and interpret operational processes, practices, and procedures. Identifies and addresses changes within own job area. Works to achieve operational targets with some impact on departmental results.

• Works under moderate supervision. Works independently on larger, moderately complex projects or assignments. Sets

objectives for own job area to meet the goals of projects and assignments. May provide guidance and assistance with entry-level professionals and/or support-level employees

• Conducting research and analysis on counter-space threats, and associated vulnerabilities to support systems.

• Entering Data into intelligence-derived internal use products and tools covering adversary Order of Battle (OOB), status, and disposition of forces.

• Determining relevant Indications & Warning associated with threat systems and distinguishing between exercise/training activities and potential real-world operations/applications.

• Generating a daily Intelligence and Operations Summary a briefing that conveys the current global situation, national security priorities, counter-space threats, GEOSPATIAL intelligence, foreign launch activity, adversary weapons characterizations, and other information.

• Developing Weekly Intelligence Summaries and Activity Reports.

• Managing the Operations Highlight process in support of daily Intelligence and Operations Summary briefing, monthly all-hands, and Quarterly Program Reviews (QPRs) Support Joint Targeting Working Groups/ Coordination Boards as needed.

• Generating and managing intelligence collection and analysis requests through Space Collections Working Group, SOCC Sensor Collection Request, National MASINT Requirements System, COLISEUM, or similar requests.

Required Skills:

• Requires practical knowledge of job area typically obtained through advanced education combined with experience.

• Works under moderate supervision to set objectives for work environment

• Communicates with contacts inside and outside own team to explain and interpret operational processes, best practices, and procedures

• Work individually and as part of a team in a diverse, rapidly changing environment

• Space intel analysis experience preferred

• All source analysis preferred

• Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite programs, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

• Effective organization-level communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills

2 years post-secondary/Associates Degree and a minimum of 6 years of prior related experience or Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 2 years of prior related experience or Graduate Degree or equivalent with 0 to 2 years of prior related experience

0-6+ years depending on education

Chantilly, VA

TS/SCI with CI Poly (Required)


In compliance with Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the salary range for this role is $135,000 - $145,000. Please note, salary is based on education, experience, and responsibilities.

U.S. Citizenship is required. EOE including disability/vet
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