Chenega Corporation Intelligence Analyst II in Washington, District Of Columbia
The Cyber Intelligence Analyst II supports the Internet Investigations Center (IIC), Operational Intelligence Division (OID), Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information (OSII), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) with intelligence analysis and investigative support.
Use analytical techniques to gain target information while supporting major complex multi-defendant investigations.
Conduct quality control in order to determine validity and relevance priority of information gathered.
Develop and maintain computerized intelligence databases to meet specific needs of the division and generate statistical and relational reports for division managers and headquarters’ programs and projects.
Coordinate initiatives with headquarters’ intelligence research specialists and other team members.
Advise team members on specific findings and recommend appropriate courses of action.
Perform liaison and coordination functions with counterparts and personnel throughout the intelligence and law enforcement communities.
Collect, evaluate, analyze, and extract information from various sources, sometimes involving raw intelligence, and compile it into useful, finished analytical products, reports, and correspondence.
De-anonymize individuals and suspects.
Document and disseminate analytic findings.
Use appropriate databases, geospatial data, and resources to manage customer relationships, including determining customer needs, requirements, and expectations.
Identify intelligence gaps and assist in the development of operational programs through regular review of message traffic, intelligence information, data analysis, and from other sources of information.
Coordinate with intelligence research specialists and other team members to exchange information, resolve problems, eliminate duplication of effort, and coordinate multi-divisional activities.
Prepare and present briefings on a variety of intelligence topics.
Make recommendations for modifications and improvements for existing systems.
Review and evaluate incoming intelligence information to ensure it is complete and satisfies the necessary data requirement for input into established computer systems.
Prepare and submit weekly status reports, intelligence reports, report of investigation, and briefing power point slides.
Complete ATF mandatory training on computer security awareness, occupant emergency evacuation, etc.
Develop analytical techniques to gain target information while supporting major complex multi-defendant investigations.
Initiate requests to guide tasking and assist collection management.
Select, build, and develop query strategies against appropriate collection databases.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
3+ years’ experience
Experience working financial crimes and/or with FINCEN/OFAC
Experience in Open source intelligence (OSINT) analysis.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to obtain and retain a Top-Secret clearance
Ability to obtain an ATF BI
Knowledge of the following:
Use in exploitation of social media
Use in exploitation of open source information
Navigating the dark web
Deep and dark web searches
De-anonymizing individuals and suspects
Concept and use of virtual currency
Federal law enforcement investigative techniques and procedures
Microsoft Windows and MAC
Knowledge of a foreign language such as Chinese, Russian or Spanish
Prior knowledge of Semantica Pro, i2 Analyst Notebook (link/trend analysis), NCIC, TECS, CLEAR or Accurint, firearms traces and firearms
Familiarity with commercial software designed for internet searches and social media exploitation
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