New Age Protection Inc Arlington, VA
Aug 13, 2018Full time
New Age Protection is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal opportunities to all applicants and employees regardless of race, religion, gender, color, national origin, ethnicity, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, and/or other legally protected status. Position : Senior Intelligence Research Specialist Location : Arlington, VA The Intelligence Research Specialist will assist management and other staff members in all office activities and operations as assigned. The individual will assess threats, incidents, inappropriate communications, and other intelligence. They will conduct research and collect information, screen all source intelligence reporting, conduct further queries, and access and summarize evaluated and previously unevaluated information. The individual will analyze this intelligence as to the potential threat it poses to protected persons or property, develop the source intelligence into actionable intelligence, prepare reports, make recommendations to mitigate the potential threat, and disseminate warning and threat information to the program agency and other agency components as appropriate. Responsibilities: • Review, consolidate, analyze, and evaluate mission related intelligence reports and information. • Assess threats, incidents and inappropriate communications. • Conduct research and analysis in order to determine the degree of threat and provide recommendations on how to counter or eliminate the threat. • Evaluate, discuss, test, and validate intelligence research reports. • Prepare basic descriptive, current reportorial, and/or speculative intelligence reports. • Plan and conduct research projects and brief top level agency personnel on the purpose and progress of projects. • Conduct other research and liaison functions as directed. • Provide subject matter expertise, make recommendations on controversial matters. • Establish, develop, and/or recommend methodologies, guides, new concepts, policies, and procedures for controversies, problems, or problem situations as needed. • Formulate initiatives to collect required data. • Prepare and conduct briefings and presentations as required for various audiences. • Work in groups/teams on special projects to accomplish program goals. • May monitor projects or serve on committees. • Communicate via telephone, Lync and/or e-mail with high-level officials throughout the agency and District offices, as well as other contract affiliates. • Represent the agency with outside intelligence sources and law enforcement agencies. • Ability to obtain comprehensive knowledge of the agency’s intelligence program and the functions and operations of other intelligence organizations. • Ability to learn and utilize law enforcement and public databases. • Ability to travel within the continental United States. • Compliance with all applicable security and conduct requirements, regulations, and procedures. Minimum Qualifications: • A BA/BS Degree in a Criminal Justice related field or a BA/BS in an unrelated field and two years of law enforcement intelligence experience. A successful candidate will likely have three to five years of law enforcement intelligence experience. • Knowledge of the Intelligence process. • Strong working knowledge of current domestic and international affairs and knowledge of classified computer systems. • Ability to apply inductive, deductive, and conductive reasoning. • Ability to analyze and evaluate raw data in order to produce finished intelligence reports, threat assessments, information bulletins, alert notices, briefs, and other formal documents. Experience in counterintelligence or writing and producing products for the intelligence community a Plus. • Ability to communicate factual information and ideas in English, clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, often under pressure and tight deadlines. And a minimum of 3 years’ experience in technical writing a Plus. • Time management, organization and prioritization skills. • Ability to meet with and deal effectively with people. • Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal employees as well as outside sources. • Attention to detail. • Communication skills. • Exhibit a high level of confidentiality. • Ability to quickly and effectively adapt to change. • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.