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The Open Source Intelligence Analyst will apply a thorough understanding of the intelligence process and analytic tools to research, review, interpret, evaluate, and integrate open source data in order to contribute to or produce intelligence studies, special reports, messages, briefings, information papers, threat assessments, threat warnings, link analysis and forecasts for the customer.
The Open Source Intelligence Analyst analyzes intelligence and information to determine threats against company personnel, projects and resources throughout the area of operations in the task order. The Intel Analyst also prepares and presents briefings and written products that describe the nature, scope, specific identification, and possible impact of the threat environment on company activities.
The OSINT Analyst will be responsible for the creation, delivery, and presentation of regular OSINT research reports on a variety of subjects and targets of interest.
Learn and employ various research and open source tools, techniques, and best practices to identify relevant information from Open Source.
Analyze and produce finished all-source intelligence products over a broad range of issues, focusing on insurgent capabilities and actions, political and cultural climates, tribal and social networks and other issues as required.
Monitor and analyze threat intelligence and access this information for credibility, urgency, and specific target information.
Brief applicable staff personnel on security matters pertaining to the operating environment on a daily or weekly basis.
Analyze findings in a larger strategic context to demonstrate and highlight the importance of identified research to specific law enforcement and intelligence efforts.
5 or more years of experience conducting open source research and analysis, to include a proven ability to generate actionable reporting in a timely manner and tie OSINT collections into larger reporting deliverables for senior government leaders.
Must have excellent knowledge of OSINT research and operational security best practices
Flexibility to work an event-driven work schedule on an as-needed basis, to include working irregular hours in response to national/international events
Past management experience within or supporting the US Military, Law Enforcement, or Intelligence OSINT Communities using investigatory and analytic OSINT best practices
Excellent oral and written communications skills including strong presentation ability
Excellent analytical skills with close attention to detail, strong critical thinking/logic skills, and an ability to learn/adapt quickly in solution-oriented culture
Able to accurately and concisely communicate threat and security information via written products and assessments and verbal briefings
Possess a strong ability to analyze intelligence information and disseminate the information to the protective detail and other security personnel
Point of Contact
Loretta Moye, HR Director.
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