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Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC)

Intelligence Analyst Job

Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - San Antonio, TX

Intelligence Analyst Job

Intelligence Analyst Job

Date:

Oct 30, 2017

Location:

Lackland Afb, TX, US

Company:

SAIC

Intelligence Analyst (Job Number:429689)

Description:

SAIC has an opening for an Intelligence Analyst who shall integrate traditional and non-traditional ISR support within daily operations; providing input to and developing strategies, briefings, papers, and plans. Conduct cyber focused intelligence analysis to gain, maintain, and improve situational awareness of threat actors.

Daily activities for the Intelligence Analyst include:

- Participates in the production of all-source intelligence products pertaining to cyberspace operations and planning activities.

- Applies a wide range of intelligence, analytic skills to monitor, assess, and report on cyberspace operations, capabilities, vulnerabilities, and personalities that could pose a threat to US computers, communications, weapon systems and operations.

- Advices stakeholders on key developments in their assigned area, including immediate and long-term responses.

- Conducts reviews, identifies gaps, recommends solutions, and ensures alignment strategies.

- Supports decision making and special projects on the preparation, production, and coordination of written products and briefings for stakeholders and leadership.

Qualifications:

CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT:

- Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: TS/Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)

- Clearance Level To Obtain: TS/Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

- Bachelors and nine (9) years or more of related experience; Masters and seven (7) years or PhD or JD and four (4) years or more experience.more of related experience as an Intelligence Analyst, Cyber or Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) focus.

- Requires certification or training in Cybersecurity, SIGINT, computer networks and security, or related discipline at a level appropriate to proposed skill level.

- Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.

- Excellent communications skills

- Strong analytical and problem solving skills

SAIC Overview:SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC provides systems engineering and integration offerings for large, complex projects. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, SAIC has approximately 15,000 employees and annual revenues of about $4.3 billion.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job Posting:

Aug 4, 2017, 3:48:12 PM

Primary Location:

United States-TX-LACKLAND AFB

Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:

Top Secret/SCI

Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:

Top Secret/SCI

Potential for Teleworking:

No

Travel:

None

Shift:

Day Job

Schedule:

Full-time

Job Segment:

Intelligence Analyst, Defense, Engineer, Security Clearance, TS / SCI, Government, Engineering

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Lackland-Afb-Intelligence-Analyst-Job-TX/422103900/

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Intelligence Analyst Job Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - San Antonio, TX, United States

   

Location: San Antonio, TX

Company Profile:
The setting for SAIC's startup in 1969 was not much different than that of many companies that begin with a few dollars and a good idea. Small, austere offices with rented desks and typewriters that have seen better days. People furiously working days, nights and weekends, hoping to curb the anxiety over the future. For SAIC, it began in offices with a tremendous ocean view (rented for $2.40 per square foot per year) in the sleepy village of La Jolla, California. "We had the added advantage of having as our next-door neighbor, a ballet studio," recalls founder J. Robert Beyster, Ph.D. "On the balcony in front of us, just to keep things light-hearted, the ballerinas would dance by as we did our research."