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    JOB DESCRIPTION: Imagery Analysts maintain and build tasking strategies, and analyze and interpret imagery to support U.S. military and policymaker interests. They analyze the activities and interests of countries, regions, and non-state entities, as well as the impact of natural and man-made disasters. In addition, these analysts conduct multi-INT research, populate and exploit intelligence databases, and produce

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This Imagery Analyst position is in Charlottesville, VA. The Imagery Analyst provides GEOINT subject matter expertise of foreign military ground force-related issues to include combat tactics, doctrine, force structure, military technologies, counterproliferation and/or foundational knowledge of foreign ground weapon systems (tanks, artillery, etc.), Heavy Platform Mobility, and Emerging Technologies issues in support of the US Army's National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC). Their work will support military planning, operations, and acquisitions. Additionally, the analyst will be expected to apply extensive GEOINT tasking and tradecraft knowledge in the exploitation of geospatial data and information, associated processes, GEOINT technologies, and international operations. Duties: * Develops and maintains in-depth knowledge of foreign and domestic military ground force combat tactics, techniques and procedures; force structure, and developing trends in training. * Help further scientific and technical understanding of emergent ground forces equipment and weapons systems. * Demonstrates innovative critical thinking skills. * Applies analytic and research methodologies to develop relevant results. * Publishes timely written reports regarding ground force activity or trends related to tactics, doctrine, force structure, and scientific and technical understanding of emergent ground forces equipment and weapons systems. * Conducts in-depth research and analysis on foreign facilities and installations. * Identifies intelligence gaps and recommends collection strategies to address those gaps. * Proactively develops and maintains collaborative relationships with analytical counterparts in NGA, NGIC, DIA, NSG, ASG, and the greater Intelligence Community at national and international levels.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Travel Required 25% or Less

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0132 Intelligence

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