Be a part of the Army‘s leader for business analysis and software development supporting providing the Software Engineering Center with resources to collect, process, exploit, and disseminate timely command and control systems and enterprise resources to the warfighter by leveraging integrated, multi-disciplined intelligence tools, reporting mediums, and tiered communications architecture. Mission Ensuring Department of Defense (DoD) Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (CREW) technologies provide effective countermeasures to Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) threats though coordination and collaboration across the DoD. The US Army Reprogramming and Analysis Team (ARAT) has the requirement for an individual to join its Threat Analysis Branch in support of Ground Electronic Warfare Systems as an intelligence/threat analyst. Incumbent will be located in APG, MD. Duties and Responsibilities: Conducts all sources research and analysis on the capabilities of threats in support of defeating existing and emerging RF and RCIED threats, as defined from user requirements. Coordinates with NGIC and other intelligence entities to acquire accurate threat reports/information Supports the CREW Government Program Lead (GPL) with awareness of current worldwide threat environments related to Ground EW. Generates intelligence reports for Ground EW on current and future threats. Prepares Request for Information (RFI) inquiries from ARAT-PO to NGIC. Coordinates with I2WD/NGIC to acquire threat devices in support of testing and exploitation. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in a technical field such as Engineering or other technical discipline is required. 5 years experience or 4 additional years of applicable experience may be substituted for the technical degree. Active TS/SCI (or higher) clearance. Real World experience in Intelligence and Threat analysis. Experience and knowledge of C-IED, SIGINT, and ELINT is highly desired. Knowledge of communication devices and components, wireless RF devices, modulation schemes, RF signal theory, and wireless communication network protocols is highly desired. Strong Visio, PowerPoint, Excel and Word skills. Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
US-Aberdeen Proving Ground-MD-BALTIMORE