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Req ID: 0143

SPACE/COUNTER-SPACE ANALYST (MID) 

(8 yrs experience & Bachelor's degree) - Quantico, Virginia

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

Required Skills:

  • Conduct All-Source analytic production of foreign space capabilities including, but not limited to, foreign adversary space doctrine, strategy, communications and collections, vulnerabilities, platforms, assembly and launch capabilities, weapons, dual-use systems and technologies, and emerging space technologies.

  • Collaborate with engineers and scientists on foreign space capabilities.

  • Provide portfolio specific analysis, expertise, and intelligence production as specified below.

  • Conduct Threat Steering Groups with members across USMC Combat Development & Integration to identify key factors and significant risk drivers for potential materiel solutions that may inform lifecycle cost, performance, schedule, and other acquisition decision making.

  • Produce and deliver Validated Online Lifecycle Threat Reports (VOLTs), Critical Intelligence Parameters (CIPs), and Capability Development Threat Summaries to support Marine Corps Acquisition Programs across the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process, to support the Defense Acquisition System.

  • Maintain knowledge and proficiency of air platforms and weapon systems in the air domain, including but not limited to: fixed wing aircraft, rotor wing aircraft, unmanned arial vehicles, surface to air missiles, air to air missiles.

  • Conduct All-Source analysis and assess basic, emerging, disruptive, and breakthrough technology that could potentially be applied to military/dual use systems that threaten USMC, or that enable systems that threaten USMC technology and its military application(s) by foreign states and non-state actors.

  • Produce assessments projecting the discovery and development of advanced technologies up to and including technology readiness level (TRL) 6 and the potential impact to USMC Operational Forces and Force Design 2030.

  • Produce original authoritative intelligence independently and in collaboration with other Service Intelligence Centers and members of STIC working groups.

  • Conducts all-source analytic production of future and current leading-edge technologies and their military applications worldwide. Projects the discovery, development, and deployment of advanced technologies and their potential impact on U.S. forces worldwide.

  • Provides risk assessments on the transfer and diversion of defense and dual-use U.S. technologies and assesses national security implications associated with foreign involvement in critical U.S. defense technology and defense sectors.

  • Produces intelligence for the U.S. National, Defense and Acquisition Communities. Conducts all-source analysis to identify, exploit, and assess potential threats, transfer, and vulnerabilities to defense supply chains.

  • Analyzes and assesses future technology and its military application(s) by foreign states and non-states.

  • Produces assessments projecting the discovery, development, and deployment of advanced technologies and the potential impact to Defense Critical Infrastructure and U.S. nuclear weapons worldwide.

  • Produces intelligence supporting the production of the National Security Threat Capabilities Assessment, and threat assessments / global baseline assessments for the Intelligence Community.

  • Conducts all-source analytic production of future and current leading-edge technologies and their military applications worldwide.

  • Projects the discovery, development, and deployment of advanced technologies and their potential impact on U.S. forces worldwide.

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