Education and Experience Required:
Twenty (20) years of professional experience supporting a military and/or government cryptologic mission. Professional experience may include mission support as a military or government language or signals analyst as it relates to acquiring, identifying, processing, and reporting on electromagnetic emissions.
Provide technical expertise to perform functional analysis, timeline analysis, detailed trade studies, requirement allocation and interface definition studies to translate requirements into system specifications and cost estimates
Provide expertise in the acquisition cycle to support integration of SIGINT systems for USCS customers
Provide expertise and perform technical analysis of prototyping activities
Provide technical analysis of activities as they relate to the fielding of new systems: program management, technical planning, system design, integration, verification and validation, cost, risk, supportability, and effectiveness
Advise the Government on cost, schedule, technical, and contractual issues
Provide technical assistance for acquisition processes and during the budget development process
Operate, demonstrate, and provide informal training on current or prototype intelligence systems, either deployed or in test
Provide technical assistance necessary to meet collection-tasking strategies
Conduct discussions between various TOPIs and other customers ensuring accurate collection assessments are received/shared
Participate in the review and validation of collection priorities submitted by Analysis and Production
Support technical development of junior personnel in the area of SIGINT analytical tradecraft
Provide technical direction and technical support for the development of training
Collect, compile, and prepare drafts of information related to characteristics of signals based on Government identification of signals
Conduct and document all-source research to identify the commutations used by targets of interest
Provide collection summary reports, statistics, and metrics via formal and informal communications
Maintain knowledge of site capabilities to include end-to-end data flow to help recognize and define collection problems
Support Mission Management activities
Support the implementation of collection-tasking strategies.
Provide operational assistance to users during upgrades/installation of new collection systems
Participate in discussions with Target Office of Primary Interests (TOPIs) and customers to promote dissemination of accurate collection assessments
Respond to collection requirements received from the Collection Strategies and Requirements Center
Support the review of collection priorities submitted by the Analysis and Production organization
Must be willing and able to deploy to OCONUS hazardous locations for a 12 month duration.
Must be independent and a self-starter
Strong problem-solving skills
Prior military experience a plus
- ITAR coverage required
TS/SCI with Polygraph
- CCAs will not be considered
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Employees of ProSync Technology Group, LLC and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin, disability, sex, age, or marital status.
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