OCONUS Intelligence Jobs — All Source Analysts, SIGINT and GEOINT backgrounds

Seeking All-Source Intelligence Analysts with a HEAVY background in SIGINT target forensics and Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT).

Employer: Contracted support to a U.S. government agency.

Location: OCONUS. Locations will not be disclosed until you are selected and on the plane.

Work Schedule: 7 days per week. Long days.

Compensation: $60-100,000 + healthy daily per diem. One year contract. Three weeks of PTO.

Top Secret / SCI security clearance is needed.

To be considered, send your resume to OCONUS

Military Intelligence Veterans: If you left service during 2013 you may have discovered that there is limited demand for these skillsets within industry or stateside. This customer can offer a streamlined reentry into the cleared world. These positions will work alongside military and other government professionals in a difficult but safe environment. If your clearance was last used during 2013 then chances are good that your clearance can be reactivated. We will assist you in preparing your resume for government customer review.

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CITP, SOTF, Special Technical Operations, STO, CIAT, C-IED, Information Operations, JIEDDO, SAP, Special Access Programs.

IMMEDIATE NEED: All Source Intelligence Analysts/Target Analysts, Wash DC and Ft Bragg NC

Cyberspace Solutions has immediate hire positions available for qualified candidates for one of the specialities listed below.

More than 80 positions are available at Ft. Bragg for junior and senior All-Source Target Analysts.

++ Senior All Source/Targeters, Ft. Bragg, NC // 8 years of analytic experience with 1-2 years of downrange combat zone experience since 2010.

++ Junior All Source Intelligence Analysts/Targeteers, Ft. Bragg, NC // 4 years of analytic experience with 1-2 years of downrange combat zone experience since 2010.

++ Information Operations Specialist, Ft. Bragg, NC // Conduct Military Information Support Operations, Special Technical Operations.

++ Security Professionals – PP&SI in Ft. Bragg, NC // 8 years of experience. Responsible for all aspects of security: people, systems, campus.

++ GeoSpatial/GEOINT EXPERT Analysts in metro Washington DC (WMA) // 10 years of national agency or warfighter major command G2/J2 analytic experience.

++ Multi-Layer Targeting (MLT) EXPERT Analysts, WMA // 10 years of national agency or warfighter major command G2/J2 analytic experience needed. All-Source/Multisource fused intelligence knowledge must be apparent in your resume (CI, COMINT, HUMINT, IMINT, MASINT, SIGINT). The MLT Analyst will have advanced targeting skills and a comprehensive understanding of the operational cycle as well as the data, tools, and techniques used for each phase of targeting.

Get Personal Attention/Send your resume to: Jim Carney, iss-jrecruiter,Intelligence Recruiter, will be your direct point of contact at CyberSpace Solutions, LLC.

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YOU NEED TO KNOW!

++ All positions require a Top Secret SCI clearance.

++ All positions WILL deploy OCONUS 90-120 days per year in direct support of your warfighter. You need good health, a passport, and a willingness to work and to live in the same conditions as your warfighter. >> Your pay gets increased 35% when deployed.

++ Demonstrated knowledge and experience with supporting SOF and USSOCOM forces gives your resume an advantage. Be sure to highlight your experience.

Get Personal Attention/Send your resume to: Jim Carney, iss-jrecruiter,Intelligence Recruiter, will be your direct point of contact at CyberSpace Solutions, LLC.

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VERY HOT JOBS / All Source Intelligence Analysts/Military Specialists – Junior / Fort Bragg, NC

>> MULTIPLE POSITIONS are available

>> You can start as early as July 25th!

Job ID:330068

Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

Security Clearance: U.S. Top Secret SCI/SSBI

Job Description:

All Source Intelligence Analysts/Military Specialists – Junior

The official job description is listed below the checklist. There is a lot to read. Use this checklist to quickly see if you should apply for this position:

Basic position requirements:

___ Current Top Secret clearance and SCI eligible.

___ One to two (1-2) years of All-Source Analyst experience since 2010 in Afghanistan, Iraq or other hostile fire zone supporting Warfighter operations.

___ Junior positions: You need at least two (2) years of All Source Analyst experience since 2010 supporting SOF / USSOCOM tactical missions, or three to four years (3-4) of support to Warfighter operations with at least one (1) of downrange support.

___ Willing to travel OCONUS 90-120 days annually. (35 percent pay boost for OCONUS deployments). Deployments are not optional.

___ Bachelor’s degree preferred.

___ Possess a valid U.S. passport.

>> If interested, send your resume to Bill Golden, SOFIntelJobs@ICCONX.com

FULL OFFICIAL JOB DESCRIPTION

Cyberspace Solutions seeks exceptionally qualified individuals to serve as intelligence analysts to support a USSOCOM contract. The contract will require intelligence analysts capable of fusing intelligence information from multiple disciplines, to include Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Communications Intelligence (COMINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), Counter Intelligence (CI), All-Source Analysts, Targeting Analysts, Collection Management, as well as Industrial Security Professionals. The Intelligence analysts will have advanced targeting skills and a thorough understanding of the operational cycle as well as the data, tools, and techniques used for each phase of targeting. Intelligence analysts shall have firsthand experience targeting networks or individuals within networks and identifying vulnerabilities for exploitation. Analysts interested in this opportunity must have experience in several of the aforementioned disciplines.
Employees on this contract will be responsible for providing intelligence analysis and all aspects of information gathering, research, threat assessments, Client development and predictive analysis as part of a Special Operations Forces (SOF) analytical team. Employees must maintain global readiness and be available to deploy on a no-notice basis to hazardous duty/combat zones. Deployments may be to a theater of operations with permissive, uncertain, or hostile environments while living in austere conditions for extended periods.

Job Responsibilities: The contract will require intelligence analysts capable of fusing intelligence information from multiple disciplines. Intelligence analysts interface with intelligence organizations to fully prepare teams for exploitation of personnel as well as prepare analytic support products and assessments supporting targeting efforts, source development and threat analysis. Intelligence analysts may perform daily collateral/high side analysis, provide intelligence products and perform intelligence research to support HUMINT/detainee interviews.

Job Requirements: The position of Intelligence Analyst/Military Specialist Junior-Level shall possess the following qualifications:

++ Minimum of four years analytical experience within DoD or equivalent Government agencies required, with operational level experience preferred with support to SOF operations.

++ Experience in CT, Regional issues and HUMINT/SIGINT or political/military analysis desired.

++ Must be proficient in utilizing intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development.

++ Must possess strong research and writing skills and be capable of effectively operating as a member of an analytical team in accomplishment of intelligence products and assessments.

++ Recent experience in Afghanistan or Iraq or other hostile fire zone supporting SOF operations.

++ Bachelor’s degree preferred.

++ Current Top Secret clearance and SCI eligible.

++ Must possess a valid U.S. passport.

++ Must be able to pass all pre-deployment requirements including a medical, dental, psychological, background, credit, and security screens as deemed necessary to be considered deployable.

++ Must be able to obtain all required immunizations deemed necessary by the contract.

Cyberspace Solutions LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

>> If interested, send your resume to Bill Golden, SOFIntelJobs@ICCONX.com

This position is with Cyberspace Solutions LLC, an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

JOBS / Hot Careers 2014 Report / Top 10 Hot Careers (in sheer number of jobs created)

UC San Diego Extension Releases "Hot Careers 2014" Report: Computer Systems Analysts Tops List

LA JOLLA, California /PRNewswire/ As the economy continues to rebound in the aftermath of the Great Recession, job prospects for the most recent class of college graduates appear to be considerably brighter than in recent years, according to a new free report issued by UC San Diego Extension.

The sixth annual report, titled Hot Careers for College Grads and Returning Students 2014, tracks a number of positive trends for college graduates and mid-career professionals, with the goal of identifying the job opportunities most likely to expand in the foreseeable future.

Based on the ever-increasing demands of technological innovation and change in a global technology age, the top ten hottest careers are as follows:

1. Computer systems analysts
2. Market research analysts and marketing specialists
3. Accountants and auditors
4. Management analysts
5. Elementary school teachers (excluding special education)
6. Cost estimators
7. Financial analysts
8. Database administrators
9. Computer programmers
10. Meeting, convention, and event planners

Nine of the top 10 careers are technology- and business-oriented, with elementary school teachers (#5) as the lone exception.

As the UC San Diego Extension research team analyzed the economic landscape, one overarching theme emerged: Technology continues to drive job creation, with many of the growing careers tied to technological changes ranging from cloud computing to the need for easily accessible data in such emerging fields as healthcare and biotech.

Overall, tech-oriented sectors continue to seek a high level of analytical and marketing skills as the prime hiring criteria. Equally so, education remains a transformative element in hiring decisions.

"The financial sector continues to need college graduates with analytical and marketing skills who help make companies more competitive," said Mary L. Walshok, associate vice chancellor of public programs and dean of UCSD Extension, "Additionally, education remains a transforming force in an economy that values not only a skilled workforce, but a flexible one."

As with previous editions, the "Hot Careers 2014" report predicts realistic areas of employment where recent graduates and mid-career professionals can leverage or build upon their skills to enter the workforce.

The list is intended as a broad analysis of the best opportunities for those job-seekers who have at least an undergraduate degree. Data for the "Hot Careers 2014" designation is based on wage and employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) Occupational Employment Statistics.

Four major criteria were considered in the "Hot Careers 2014" list:

1) current employment in the field
2) projected growth in the occupation between 2010 and 2020
3) median annual salary in the occupation; and
4) workplace environment characteristics

According to the report, the economy has shown promising progress and nearly all new-hire indicators appear to be headed in a positive direction.

A recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) reported that more than 30 percent of graduating college seniors from the Class of 2014 who applied for a job had been hired prior to graduation. The figure is a slight improvement over the numbers for the two previous graduating classes.

Another recent NACE survey reported that U.S. businesses expect to increase the number of new college graduates they hire this year by nearly 9 percent.

The careers cited do not typically require a master’s or doctorate degree, though additional training beyond a college degree is recommended.

Recent college graduates as well as working professionals who desire a mid-career change likely would benefit from "bridges" to high-quality employment – such as the wide range of courses and professional certificate programs offered by continuing education programs.

About UC San Diego Extension: As the continuing education and public programs arm of the university, UC San Diego Extension educates approximately 63,000 enrollees a year, which translates to about 33,000 students in nearly 4,300 courses. UC San Diego Extension is recognized nationally and internationally for linking the public to expert professionals and the knowledge resources of the University of California.

SOURCE UC San Diego Extension

NETWORKS / Soldier Feedback Evolves General Dynamics-built Soldier Network Extension into Mobile Wireless “Hotspot”

Network Administration Jobs | Network Engineer Jobs
Speeding many of the SNE’s operating enhancements is the work of the General Dynamics Human-Systems Integration and Design (HSID) center of excellence.

TAUNTON, Massachusetts /PRNewswire/ General Dynamics C4 Systems-built Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 Soldier Network Extension (SNE) continues evolving with new capabilities based on soldier feedback and mission-centered innovation. In addition to recent updates that make the SNE more intuitive to use, soldiers are expanding the capabilities of the WIN-T Increment 2 SNE as a secure, mobile network "hotspot."

In April, soldiers with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division were assigned to an observation point during the Afghan elections. The soldiers drove a SNE to their mission location near a polling place and used the SNE as a hotspot to connect their laptop computers, radios and other equipment to the tactical network for voice, chat and email communications, including situational awareness information, directly from their area of operation.

Recent updates to the SNE included reducing the steps and the time needed to power-up and power-down the system by half, making trouble-shooting tools more intuitive and streamlining the soldier’s graphical interface to look more like the electronic devices they use at home. Reducing the operational complexity of the SNE is the work of the General Dynamics Human-Systems Integration and Design (HSID) Center of Excellence. HSID team members work directly with soldiers to identify and evaluate what soldiers need and how they work with the systems while in the field. This feedback allows the HSID team to collaborate with engineers and other professionals to rapidly adapt and improve the way soldiers interact with SNE.

The SNE is a part of the WIN-T Increment 2 tactical network backbone that extends network voice, data and video connectivity to soldiers at the company level. Part of Capability Set (CS) 13, the Army distributed WIN-T Increment 2 to four Brigade Combat Teams and two Division Headquarters last year.

More information about WIN-T and the Soldier’s Network is available at www.thesoldiersnetwork.com.

General Dynamics C4 Systems is a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD). More information about General Dynamics C4 Systems is available at www.gdc4s.com. Information about General Dynamics is available at www.generaldynamics.com.

Note to editors: More information about how soldier feedback improved the WIN-T Increment 2 SNE is available at http://www.gdc4s.com/news/current-news-releases/march-20-2014.html.

SOURCE General Dynamics C4 Systems

FYI / Air Force Magazine Launches New Website

USAF-related Jobs | Aerospace Jobs

ARLINGTON, Virginia /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ The Air Force Association (AFA) proudly announces the launch of the new Air ForceMagazine website: www.airforcemag.com. The website has undergone a complete redesign to provide a more user-friendly and interactive experience for aerospace professionals — and all readers of the magazine.

Air Force Magazine is AFA’s flagship publication and one of the world’s foremost publications in the fields of defense and aerospace reporting. From Air Force operations, programs, and people to the exploits of Air Force heroes, Air Force Magazine reports on important aerospace news and developments and provides authoritative background material.

The new site features comprehensive in-depth articles, the Daily Report, Airpower Classics entries, Air Frame photos, special collections, congressional testimony, documents, transcripts, and the Air ForceMagazine archive. Readers can also more easily share Daily Report entries across Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.

The new site includes a members-only area that makes some online content available to AFA members only. For AFA members who have established a login for www.afa.org, the same login will give access to Air Force Magazine website content.

"We anticipate these changes will attract additional visitors to our site and make AirForceMag.com a more useful destination for all, greatly enhancing the educational component of AFA’s mission," said George Muellner, Chairman of the Board of the Air Force Association.

For additional information, contact Bridget Dongu, Manager of Outreach Programs, at bdongu.

The Air Force Association is a non-profit, independent, professional military and aerospace education association. Our mission is to promote a dominant United States Air Force and a strong national defense, and to honor Airmen and our Air Force Heritage. To accomplish this, we:

++ EDUCATE the public on the critical need for unmatched aerospace power and a technically superior workforce to ensure U.S. national security.

++ ADVOCATE for aerospace power and STEM education.

++ SUPPORT the Total Air Force family and promote aerospace education.

AFA has 200 chapters nationally and internationally representing 100,000 members. Visit AFA at www.afa.org.

SOURCE Air Force Association

CONTRACT / Lockheed Martin To Enhance U.S. Navy C4ISR Collection And Dissemination Capabilities

Lockheed Martin Jobs | UAV Jobs
DENVER, Colorado /PRNewswire/ Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will work to enhance how the Navy exchanges C4ISR data throughout the space, air, surface, subsurface, and unmanned sensor domains under a contract with Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific. This IDIQ contract has a ceiling value of $35 million over five years.

"For the Navy, every platform is a sensor, and every sensor must be networked," said Dr. Rob Smith, vice president of C4ISR for Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Solutions. "We’ll leverage our more than 30 years developing and fielding signals intelligence systems to increase the Navy’s intelligence sharing capability across the full spectrum of maritime and littoral missions."

Lockheed Martin co-developed the Navy’s Distributed Information Operations-System, which addresses the Navy’s need for network-centric intelligence to improve interoperability and enhance battlespace awareness. For that effort, Lockheed Martin connected disparate Navy signals intelligence systems facilitating tactical data exchange and allowing commanders to better understand their operational environment.

Building upon those capabilities, Lockheed Martin will to continue to enhance the Navy’s signals intelligence collection, data fusion, and intelligence processing and dissemination capabilities. This could involve integrating and deploying capabilities that monitor the status of all sensors registered in the network; then displaying the input from those sensors in support of real-time planning. Network integration of sensors will be designed to accomplish cross-cueing, cooperative sensing and, where feasible and prudent, automated target recognition or classification. The workscope for this contract also includes analyzing ways to enhance the Navy’s use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for surface combatant land attacks.

Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 113,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation’s net sales for 2013 were $45.4 billion.

For additional information, visit: Lockheed Martin C4ISR Systems

SOURCE Lockheed Martin

PERSONAL INFO SECURITY / Study – U.S. Consumers Don’t Trust Any Industry To Keep Personal Data Safe

Cybersecurity Jobs | Information Assurance Jobs

Lack of consumer confidence is likely to impact brand engagement efforts.

NEW YORK /PRNewswire/ A consumer study from Radius Global Market Research shows that U.S. consumers have little faith that companies are able to keep their person data safe. The sentiment crosses nearly all industries with consumers saying that the lack of trust will likely affect purchase habits.

"Ongoing security breaches have pushed the issue of online security to the top of consumers’ minds," says Radius GMR Director, Jamie Myers. "We set out to determine which industries were the most trusted among consumers when it comes to keeping data secure. In the end, those surveyed felt that no company in any industry is doing it well."

When the survey asked U.S. technology owners which industry is doing the best job at keeping their information safe, no clear leader emerged with "no industry" ranking the highest (29%). In looking at specific companies/brands across these different industries, most surveyed were unable to clearly identify a brand leader that does the best job in protecting and preventing identity theft/fraud.

In general financial websites out-perform other industries with just over 25% saying they do the "best job" in securing their personal information. At the other end of the spectrum, operating systems and social media sites are not perceived very highly with securing personal information.

"Consumers made it clear that a perception of poor security practices is reason enough to stop doing business with a brand," adds Myers. "Clearly it is not enough to have a good track record. In this environment brands must adjust communications to merchandise ongoing efforts in order to establish and keep trust."

Radius GMR’s online consumer study "Privacy & Security Issues Among U.S. Consumers" surveyed consumers who own or use regularly a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. A summary of survey results can be obtained by visiting www.radius-global.com.

About Radius Global Market Research

Radius Global Market Research (www.radius-global.com) is one of the largest independent custom market research companies. For more than 50 years, the business has partnered with leading global marketers to develop insights-based strategies that drive brand performance. Radius GMR is based in New York. Global operations include London-based Radius EMEA and Radius Asia in Beijing, China.

SOURCE Radius Global Market Research

INTERNSHIPS / Paid or Unpaid – The Internship Debate

SIOUX CITY, Iowa /PRNewswire/ — Today’s job market is particularly challenging for recent graduates; it is estimated that nearly 54% of recent college graduates are unemployed or underemployed, nearly double the national average. To bolster their chances of finding a job, current and graduated college students are turning to internships as a means to secure experience and employment.

The Department of Labor has released the Test for Unpaid Interns, which outlines when an intern is considered an employee and when an intern is part of an extended training environment in the "for-profit" sector.

Unpaid internships, while uncommon, are possible when the on-the-job training is similar to what would be received in an educational setting. The training and job experience must benefit the intern; the employer should get no immediate benefit from the intern’s involvement. Unpaid interns cannot displace or replace paid employees, and therefore are not necessarily entitled to an offer of employment at the end of the arrangement. Unpaid interns must be aware of their wage less status prior to the start of the program.

Given these parameters, unpaid internships are not as popular with students and businesses alike, unless they offer a unique learning experience.

On the other hand, there are many reasons companies offer paid internship programs. From an output side, short-term internships allow businesses to accomplish immediate objectives by better managing the workflow at significantly lower labor costs. From an employment view, interns have been thoroughly tested in the work environment prior to job offer, they are far more likely to accept the job when offered, and they tend to stay with their internship companies for five or more years.

Aventure Staffing is dedicated to delivering the best staffing, recruiting, and human resource and organizational development throughout the United States. With locations and staff throughout Iowa and Nebraska, Aventure Staffing’s mission is to build enduring partnerships with clients, candidates and employees based on integrity, loyalty, mutual respect and trust.

SOURCE Aventure Staffing

All-Source/Targeting Analysts – HUMINT Expert – Tidewater Virginia Region

All-Source/Targeting Analysts – HUMINT Expert (TS/SCI) – Tidewater Region Virginia

Multiple positions are available!

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Job Description: Cyberspace Solutions seeks exceptionally qualified individuals to serve as an All-Source/Targeting Analyst at the Expert level to support a USSOCOM contract. The contract will require intelligence analysts capable of fusing intelligence information from multiple disciplines, to include Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Communications Intelligence (COMINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), Counter Intelligence (CI), All-Source Analysts, Targeting Analysts, Collection Management, as well as Industrial Security Professionals. All-Source/Targeting Analysts shall have firsthand experience targeting networks or individuals within networks and identifying vulnerabilities for exploitation. Employees on this contract will be responsible for providing intelligence analysis and all aspects of information gathering, research, threat assessments, Client development and predictive analysis as part of a Special Operations Forces (SOF) analytical team. Employees must maintain global readiness and be available to deploy on a no-notice basis to hazardous duty/combat zones. Deployments may be to a theater of operations with permissive, uncertain, or hostile environments while living in austere conditions for extended periods.

Job Responsibilities: The All-Source/Targeting Analyst must possess the capability of fusing intelligence information from multiple disciplines, to include Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Communications Intelligence (COMINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), and Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT). Analysts are responsible for providing intelligence analysis and all aspects of information gathering, research, threat assessments and predictive analysis as part of an analytical team. The All-Source/Targeting Analyst will have advanced targeting skills and a comprehensive understanding of the operational cycle as well as the data, tools, and techniques used for each phase of targeting. The All-Source/Targeting Analyst shall have firsthand experience targeting networks or individuals within networks and identifying vulnerabilities for exploitation and have a through of the F3EA targeting methodology.

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Job Requirements:

The position of All-Source/Targeting Analyst at the Expert Level shall possess the following qualifications:

++ Acute knowledge of SOF and/or counterterrorism intelligence experience.

++ Recent experience in Afghanistan, Iraq or other hostile fire zone supporting SOF operations.

++ Current Top Secret clearance and SCI eligible.

++ Minimum of ten years analytical experience with DoD or equivalent Government agencies required with five years at the operational level in of support SOF operations.

++ Shall be proficient in utilizing basic computer applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development.

++ Shall possess strong briefing skills and be capable of effectively directing subordinate analysts in the accomplishment of intelligence products and assessments.

++ Excellent written and oral communications skills and be highly proficient in all source analytical support tools.

++ Bachelor’s degree is preferred.

++ Must possess a valid U.S. passport.

++ Must be able to pass all pre-deployment requirements including a medical, dental, psychological, background, credit, and security screens as deemed necessary to be considered deployable.

++ Must be able to obtain all required immunizations deemed necessary by the contract.

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About Cyberspace Solutions LLC

Cyberspace Solutions focuses on a full spectrum approach to combating terrorism and the cyber threat. We provide intelligence analysts, language support, solutions development and enterprise IT in support of the intelligence community and special operations customers.