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Novice Intelligence Research Specialist (3800) with Security Clearance

Company: Three Saints Bay
Location: Arlington
Posted on: May 10, 2024

Job Description:

Kiliuda , a subsidiary of Three Saints Bay, LLC, and a Federal Government Contractor industry leader, is seeking a Novice Intelligence Research Specialist Position Responsibilities:--- The position shall support the 24/7 monitoring team, (shift work)which monitors open source and social media in accordance with established Department of State monitoring priorities, performing cursory, initial triage of content to eliminate information that is from sources known to be provocative, parodic, or similar; maintaining an internal database of sites and users known to be valuable, reliable, unreliable, or parodic; and creating cursory, standardized reports per Program SOP to provide to analytical team for further analysisWill work under the direction of a Senior analyst.--- Provide open -source monitoring, assistance, and support to domestic investigative offices, protection details, protective intelligence offices, intelligence analysis offices, and other DS and external consumersProducts include researching, triaging, and interpreting data pertinent to assessments of threats, suspicious and hostile activities, and significant incidents.--- Utilize numerous datasets, specialized tools, and advanced techniques to identify potential threat(s) to the Department for referral to analytical teams, other DS offices, and/or law enforcement, defense, and intelligence partners.--- Review incoming open -source information and maintain a database to assess the accuracy, credibility, validity, and relevance of known media sources.--- Prepare preliminary referrals related to open -source threats, suspicious and hostile activities, and significant incid- ents.--- Provide technical advice and guidance in the planning and execution of open-source collection operations.--- Prepare and present written and oral briefings to special agents, Program management, Bureau and Department leadership, and law enforcement, defense, and intelligence partners on open-source monitoring and triage.--- Build and maintain relationships and collaborative networks within the Department and across the law enforcement (federal, state, and local), security, and intelligence communities to share information, best practices, and lessons learnedWhere appropriate, the contractor shall establish and maintain liaison within the Department and across the law enforcement, defense, and intelligence communities to represent the office and the Bureau; obtain resources and support; and plan and coordinate activities.--- Develop and implement new and innovative strategies for gathering open -source information or intelligence in support of DS priorities and mitigation initiatives to address gaps and shortfalls in the collection and triage of open-source intelli gence.--- Attend internal and external trainings, seminars, and conferences to acquire knowledge of new and emerging data- sets, specialized tools, and advanced collection techniques that can be used to support open-source intelligence operationsThe con- tractor shall inform and advance the Program's use of relevant and developing technologiesContractors shall identify their contractor affiliation on name tags and presentation materialsContractors shall identify their affiliation at meetings, courses, and conferences.--- Working with Program management, the contractor shall use ad-hoc Program monitoring priorities in the creation of Boolean or other query-language algorithms used in commercial and unclassified tools.--- Perform other related duties as assignedPosition Requirements:--- Knowledge of media platforms in the designated region, in particular those aligned with cultural, political and security interests as they relate to the U.Sinterests in order to conduct complex open and all-source source operations focused on a wide range of DS monitoring priorities that may include threats, political violence, crime, terrorism and other critical security priorities for internal and external customers.--- Knowledge of open -source concepts, methods, and practices to provide technical and analytical support for the planning, conduct, and coordination of intelligence research and analysis operations.--- Knowledge of various qualitative and quantitative techniques to effectively locate and identify information of concern regarding Department equities in publicly available information including social, news, and traditional media.--- Knowledge of Internet-based research, including Boolean logic, search engine and database resources, and Internet sources, such as social media, social networking tools, data exploitation, and commercial- and industry-based database in or- der to conduct complex open -source operations focused on a wide range of DS monitoring priorities that may include threats, political violence, crime, terrorism, and other critical security priorities for internal and external customers.--- Knowledge of foreign language research methodologies using internationally focused Web sites to conduct complex open and all-source source operations focused on a wide range of DS monitoring priorities that may include threats, political violence, crime, terrorism, and other critical security priorities for internal and external customer--- Knowledge of machine language translation methods to address various formats such as printed and online documents in order to conduct complex open and all-source source operations focused on a wide range of DS monitoring priorities that may include threats, political violence, crime, terrorism, and other critical security priorities for internal and external customers.--- Knowledge of advanced search techniques, information databases, data visualization, and related tools to conduct complex open and all-source source investigative operations focused on a wide range of DS monitoring priorities that may include threats, political violence, crime, terrorism, and other critical security priorities for internal and external customers.--- Ability to establish liaison and interact effectively with individuals at all levels in order to coordinate activities with other intelligence and law enforcement personnel engaged in planning and conducting operations (investigative, protective operations, etc.) utilizing open-source materials.--- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to prepare and present open -source trends, promote information sharing with other organizations, provide advice and guidance, present and defend recommendations, and participate in meetings.--- A Bachelor's degree and less than 1 year of experience or 3+ years of experience with no degreeExperience includes conducting open source and academic research, all-source intelligence and targetingThis Position is Located in Arlington, VA Apply at: https://phg.tbe.taleo.net/phg01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=GATEWAYVENT&cws=55&rid=3800 VEVRAA Federal Contractor Three Saints Bay, LLC and its subsidiaries offer a diverse, team-oriented working environment and the opportunity to work with exceptional dedicated industry professionalsWe offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package and the opportunity to take part in exciting projects with government and commercial clients, both domestic and internationalWe are an EEO/AA employerWe invite resumes from all interested parties without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, genetic information, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.

Keywords: Three Saints Bay, Arlington , Novice Intelligence Research Specialist (3800) with Security Clearance, Other , Arlington, Virginia

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