Title: Intelligence Analyst I - Geospatial
Location: Chicago, IL USA or Annapolis, MD USA
As a Geospatial Intelligence Analyst, you will execute and shape the data collection, map creation, and GIS threat exposure visualization under the Global Intelligence Division, Category Department.
Collects, normalizes, and renders various types of data. Creates GIS/Maps of location-based threats by analyzing collected data).
Conducts maintenance of existing mapping layers for use in products and services. Contributes to the formulation and periodic validation of baseline risk assessments for national and city locations.
Develops and maintains a deep, holistic understanding of multi-spectrum threats, trends, and actors as they relate to general and specific business entities, corporate personnel, and travelers.
Researches specific threat capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action. Provides analysis support for multi-disciplinary threat and vulnerability assessments related to personnel, facilities, personal information/communication systems, supply chains, transportation modes, and critical infrastructure.
Participates in the research and development of multi-disciplinary risk mitigation and threat defeat processes, methodologies, countermeasures, procedures, and training products.
Experience, Functional, and Technical Requirements:
Bachelorís degree in Geopolitical/International/Geospatial or related field.
0 to 3 years of experience as an analyst with preference to experience with global/comprehensive risk assessments. Course of duties should have included data management and analysis. Experience in creation of maps for a wide audience that relate risk or threat exposure.
Must pass a background check as well as writing and technology aptitude screenings as a condition of employment.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to relate complex information to consumers and lay persons rapidly and accurately.
Ability to rapidly discern actionable information and disseminate pertinent information, to a vast and diverse audience.
Accurate representation of events in the form of data and mapping visualization tools and processes.
Ability to work independently to meet deadline and directives while also participating in a team environment.
Basic Microsoft software skills to include Word, Excel, SharePoint, Outlook.
Outstanding research skills using open source information.
Basic skills in industry standard GIS software such as ArcMap or QGIS. Basic skills with industry standard GIS software to visualize various data such as utilizing graduated color maps, kernel density, and SQL queries.
Exploration into new technologies, software, and tools related to GIS and data visualization or procurement.
Ability to instruct laypersons in basic GIS skills and techniques on open-sourced software. Attention to detail, particularly for quality checking team products. Leadership skills are preferred.
Adhere to applicable information security procedures and policies as updated from time to time on the ISMS. Report any information security incidents or potential information security threats to the Information Security Officer. Take a proactive approach to information security.
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