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Req ID: 0131

Imagery Analyst Level I (1-3 yrs experience) - Quantico, Virginia

Clearance Level - TS/SCI  (must possess or be able to obtain)

Required Skills:

  • Provide imagery science support specifically related to the exploitation of imagery of the following sensor disciplines: Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Thermal Infrared, Spectral, or Geospatial to include OPIR, Moving Target Indicator (MTI), Photogrammetry and Light Imaging Detection and Ranging (LIDAR).

  • Provide technical analytical expertise in support of the USMC National Geospatial-Intelligence Program funded Full Spectrum GEOINT (FSG) analysis and production program.

  • Provide recommendations of operational GEOINT architectures, and FSG guidance to analysts, operators, and managers on processes, techniques and procedures.

  • Participate in the development of program strategies, issues papers, briefings, and senior-level correspondence for MCIA and HQ USMC leadership necessary to sustain and expand FSG analysis and production capabilities to meet current and future USMC operations.

  • Provide technical assistance in establishing relationships NSG functional managers to promote service-specific GEOINT requirements and resolve shortfall impacts to MCIA GEOINT operations.

  • Provide  guidance and expertise to improve competency of military and civilian analysts in applying advanced remote sensing techniques

  • Support the development of collection strategies for standing, ad hoc, and emerging FSG capabilities; the investigation of and reporting on collection parameters and any associated constraints associated with littoral mission requirements; and the education and training of MCIA collections staff on existing collection strategies and collection strategy development and implementation.

  • Support the development and dissemination of FSG products to satisfy USMC and Government requirements including the fusion of FSG products with data, information, and products from other Intelligence disciplines (e.g., HUMINT, SIGINT, OSINT, MASINT).

  • Provide knowledge on a variety of geospatial exploitation software suites and be able to use data and products from a variety of sensors and collection platforms.

  • Develop and standardize innovative and adaptive full spectrum GEOINT products and services.

  • Provide research and guidance on sensor application to specific geospatial problem sets, sensor-specific processing techniques, and related training/education.

  • Assist in analyzing and conducting statistical analyses on image datasets, and in identifying and using alternative data sources to satisfy specific mission requirements.

  • Collaborate with and provide scientific support to imagery/geospatial analysis to sharpen assessments of current intelligence issues.

  • Provide Imagery Science expertise to support GEOINT analysis and assessments on intelligence issues.

  • Evaluate commercial, academic, and outside approaches and algorithms, refinement, development of measures of effectiveness, improvements to system environments, and creation of new procedures.

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