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Each day, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) oversees the massive flow of people, capital, and products that enter and depart the United States via air, land, sea, and cyberspace. The volume and complexity of both physical and virtual border crossings require the application of business intelligence support services to promote efficient trade and travel. Further, effective intelligence support and big data solutions help CBP ensure the movement of people, capital, and products is legal, safe, and secure. In response to this challenge, we seek a capable, qualified, and versatile analyst to facilitate mission-critical decisions in response to national security threats.
We seek a highly motivated, career and customer oriented All Source Intel Analyst to join our team to begin an exciting and challenging career with ManTech International.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Provides all-source intelligence analysis on topics related to homeland security, including, but not limited to, border security, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and critical infrastructure protection.
Provides Collection research, analysis, and recommendations regarding liaison efforts with operational and support elements, external intelligence agencies, and external federal law enforcement elements to foster an environment of cooperation and sharing of information to develop future products better.
Prepares finished analytic products, assessments, briefings, and other written or oral products on current threats and trends based on the sophisticated collection, research, and analytic tradecraft of all sources of classified and unclassified information, including intelligence collection INTs, open source, law enforcement, and other government data.
Identifies gaps in available intelligence information and engages with other collection managers on strategies to meet intelligence requirements through Intelligence Community collection disciplines.
Employs Intelligence Community analytic standards and appropriate tradecraft, methodologies and techniques, and applies specialized subject matter expertise to prepare assessments of current threats and trends for consumers from senior US officials to state and local and private sector customers.
Collaborates with analysts across the Intelligence Community, law enforcement, and other agencies on products, working groups, and additional information sharing forums.
Required Qualifications / Experience:
Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in the All-Source Intel Analyst field.
Minimum of four (4) years’ experience in all-source intelligence analysis at the national level.
Experience in strategic planning and analysis.
Written and verbal communication skills that have led to the ability to write for various audiences and differing perspectives.
Experience in establishing/maintaining relationships with external law enforcement and Intel community partners (liaison activity).
Experience as an all-source analyst in an Intelligence Community agency producing finished, all-source analytical intelligence products per IC analytical standards, tradecraft, sourcing, and classification requirements.
Experience collaborating/coordinating all source analytic assessments with agencies across the IC.
Experience using IC analytic systems and tools such as classified message databases, Analyst Notebook/i2, Web Intelligence Search Engine (WISE), or Palantir.
Candidates must be well organized, process oriented, team-focused, and possess critical thinking skills.
Candidates will have strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with government and industry personnel at all levels of seniority.
Skillset in Business Intelligence, Process Improvement, Collection management, and Intel planning.
Prior NTC experience, preferably with proficiency in operational data analysis.
Specific experience in/with intelligence production related to counterterrorism, counter-narcotics, counterintelligence, illicit trade, and/or alien smuggling.
Current or prior work in a liaison capacity to another component of CBP or another agency/ Experience in providing advice, guidance, and direction on national and international intelligence programs and policy.
Prior experience in project/program management, including reviewing legislation, regulation, or policy change documents on behalf of the USG, DHS, or CBP.
Developed/Created Intel Alerts, reports, or threat bulletins which have been distributed in support of CBP operations/ Experience in the development and implementation of operational and tactical intelligence initiatives.
Familiarity with unique DHS systems and databases.
Demonstrated experience with research and reporting tools including: TAC, Next Gen Trident, Lucky Search Service, PULSE, HOTR/CHROME, Harmony, BI2R, QLIX.
HS Diploma/GED and 15+ years
AS/AA and 13-18 years
BS/BA and 7-12 years
MS/MA/MBA and 5-9 years
PhD/Doctorate and 3-7 years
U.S. Citizenship required
TS/SCI and Ability to obtain and maintain DHS CBP Suitability.
Office work, typically sedentary with some movement around the office
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