- Bachelor's Degree
- Master's Degree
- TS/SCI Clearance
- All-Source Intelligence
The analyst would serve as a subject matter expert for a support team charged with ascertaining the trustworthiness of foreign entities and conducting strategic technology reports. The analyst would provide advice regarding the resulting risk associated with the export of particular items to potential foreign recipients. The analyst would present briefings on a wide variety of intelligence products pertaining to proliferation to general officers and senior government officials.
Education: Skills equivalent to 5-7 years of all-source analytical experience. A bachelor's degree is mandatory, but a master’s degree is preferred, and the most desired degrees are those closely related to engineering, sciences, finance, economics, National Security studies, Intelligence, Political Science, International Relations, Criminal Justice and business.
Specialized skills: The analyst should have both English and Russian and/or Persian languages skills. The analyst should be able to (1) read and comprehend the source language to include scholastic and publication journals and (2) choose the equivalent expression in the target language that both fully conveys and best matches the meaning intended in the source language (referred to as congruity judgment).
Applicant must have a minimum language proficiency of Interagency Roundtable (ILR) level 2/2 in reading in the target foreign language for which the applicant is being considered.
Exceptions to the ILR Level 2/2 requirement for new hires are handled via a waiver request process from the SID TM.
Mandatory clearance: An active TS/SCI clearance is required.
Experience: Must be proficient in the use of computer tools common to the intelligence community such as: M3, Pulse, Analyst Notebook, Palantir, TAC and others.