Target Analyst Reporter L3
The Target Analyst Reporter (TAR) prioritizes, assesses, evaluates and reports information obtained from passive and active collection, network evaluation and analysis, combined with related collateral sources when appropriate to provide synthesized product to customers. The Target Analyst Reporter writes reports which may require significant editing; may require assistance in determining reportability of an activity; requires assistance in locating reportable information (i.e. can only run basic queries or may require raw information to be provided); may require assistance in determining the focus of report; is familiar with basic SIGINT reporting policies; may require familiarization with SIGINT and collateral report repositories to conduct research that would enhance reporting the ability to pull information from multiple sources and combine it into reports/products in response to requests by management and external customers; and requires mentorship and/or significant guidance from Government personnel.
*All Candidates must have a TS/SCI clearance with a Polygraph
At least twelve (12) years of demonstrated experience; two (2) of the years of experience must have been within the last five (5) years; Experience must have been obtained in direct support of customer.
The candidate must also demonstrate the qualifications for a Skill Level 1 of at least one of the following LCATs: TDNA, SGA or NEA during their overall twelve (12) years' experience.
Experience at customer, or its extended enterprise in drafting and/or editing for release finished serialized SIGINT product reports Ability to author reports based off simple traffic or a limited amount of traffic.
Knowledgeable of various technologies and/or topics to identify analytic vectors.
Experienced in the principles and methods of exploiting foreign communications and communication systems to identify, collect, analyze, process, and disseminate SIGINT information in accordance with established requirements and priorities.
Experienced in the use of software applications and databases associated with SIGINT report writing and target development.
Demonstrated application of advanced SIGINT reporting, e.g. the use of STI, unusual tearlines, Post-Publication actions, RFIs, etc.
Familiar with SIGINT and collateral report repositories and demonstrates incorporating independent research to enhance reporting.
Demonstrated ability to independently discover reportable information within office workflow tools.
WOOD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer; all qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.