Jacobs Target Digital Network Analyst, Level 3- POLY Required in Fort Meade, Maryland
The Target Digital Network Analyst conducts advanced analysis of collection and open-source data to ensure target continuity, to profile targets and their activities, and develop techniques to gain more target information. The TDNA has an understanding the principles and methods of exploiting foreign communications and communication systems to identify, collect, analyze process and disseminate information in accordance with established requirements and priorities; analyzes data for reportable intelligence information and building target profiles; maintains appropriate databases for targeting, tasking, and analysis; performs sustained target analysis and enhancement through the use of analytic techniques; analyzes data to identify new access development opportunities for follow-on collection requirements; performs research using open source and classified sources to develop comprehensive baseline profiles of designated target sets; identifies intelligence gaps and evaluating the intelligence gathered in order to either tailor current collection or enable new collection to close the gaps.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Minimum of twelve years SIGINT experience specializing in DNI, OR ten years SIGINT experience specializing in DNI with an associate degree in an applicable field (for example, math, science, engineering, intelligence, language) OR eight years SIGINT experience specializing in DNI with a bachelor’s degree in an applicable field OR six years SIGINT experience specializing in DNI with a master’s degree in an applicable field OR four years SIGINT experience specializing in DNI with a doctorate in an applicable field.
Expertise in intelligence collection in support of gathering data from target or adversary automated information systems or networks, to include providing direct DNI tradecraft, analysis, and reporting support; knowledge in SIGINT development (SIGDEV) or computer network provider capabilities and workflows and experience in conducting technical metadata or content analysis.
Demonstrated expertise in digital network characterization, reconstruction, mapping, or vulnerability assessments, as well as a working knowledge in language and technical analysis and exploitation techniques, tool providers, capabilities, or workflows.
Ability to perform research and analysis on network topologies, protocols, and support the development of new techniques to exploit those protocols.
- Liberal Arts degree (e.g., English, History, Communications, Languages and Cultures, International Relations, and Political Science) are preferred, but a degree in any field is acceptable
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