Socio-Cultural Analyst, Mid<br /><b>The Challenge</b>:<br /><br />Critical decisions are made every single day in the military. What if you could use your analytical skills to help make informed decisions? With all the information available today, it takes a skilled analyst to know how to find and interpret the best data to give their clients the right answers. As analyst, you can use your technical, regional, or functional experience and your attention to detail to develop products and analytic assessments to give your client the actionable intelligence and context they need. If you have strong analytical skills and a problem solving mindset, we have an opportunity to use those skills to support our warfighters.<br /><br />As an intelligence analyst on our team, you'll help your client understand their operational landscape. You'll gain an understanding of various collection platforms as you explore new data sources, craft effective queries, and combine information from disparate sources including SIGINT, GEOINT, OSINT, and open source. You'll learn how to validate information and apply client tradecraft as you help build assessments for warfighters or internal client publications. You will become the authority on your topic, so your client will look to you for time critical recommendations, often under pressure. This is a chance to define your expertise, develop new skills in methodology development and analytical tradecraft, and share your skills with other analysts. We focus on growing as a team to deliver the best support to our customers, so you'll have resources for mentoring and learning new skills and tools. Join us as we provide the right information at the right time to support the critical needs of our warfighters. <br /><br /><b>You Have:</b><br /><br />-3+ years of experience in supporting an agency, including the DoD by primarily acting as a socio-cultural intelligence analyst with a track record of producing multi-intelligence products<br /><br />-Experience with analyzing socio-cultural problem sets pertaining to national security, including social instability, population dynamics, radicalization, and extremism<br /><br />-Experience with developing and applying alternative analysis methodologies, including red cell, center of gravity, or forecasting<br /><br />-Experience with the usage of multi-int databases, including both classified and unclassified<br /><br />-Experience as a primary author on large, long-term analytic projects<br /><br />-Active TS/SCI clearance<br /><br />-BA or BS degree<br /><br /><b>Nice if You Have:</b><br /><br />-Experience in working with DoD or military planners and exercises<br /><br />-Experience with briefing senior government officials<br /><br />-Experience with statistics or quantitative analysis<br /><br />-Knowledge of application to WMDs, threat networks, or counter proliferation<br /><br />-Ability to show expertise in a foreign language a plus<br /><br />-MA or MS degree in a social science field, including international relations, global politics, cultural anthropology, sociology, psychology, social work, or criminology<br /><br /><b>Clearance: </b><br />Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.<br /><br />We're an EOE that empowers our people-no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic-to fearlessly drive change.