February 17, 2010 at 2:59 am #92348
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)—Office of Military Readiness is Seeking Two Geospatial-Intel Analysts: Locations are Fort Riley, KS and Ft Bragg, NC
FORT RILEY, KS–The Office of Military Readiness has an opening for a Geospatial-Intelligence Analyst to serve as a liaison officer at the
1st INF DIV at Fort Riley, Kansas. The Selectee will be a critical
member of the Army NGA Support Team (NST) and embedded with the Army
Division to provide full spectrum, cutting-edge Geospatial and IMINT
analysis, liaison support, and pre-deployment training. In order to
optimize the transition of units from garrison to deployment applicant
will apply technical skills and comprehensive knowledge of
geospatial/temporal analysis to produce custom GEOINT products that
replicate the support and services provided by a GEOINT Support Team
deployed in support of tactical combat conducted by US Army units.
Candidate will assess customer needs; create tailored, timely and
accurate GEOINT products and services; develop nominations for the
Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) synchronization plan
and provide on-site exploitation, data, and technical support for
military exercises and operations. The selectees will facilitate the
training of geospatial analytical skills, tools, techniques, and
procedures and promote awareness of NGA GEOINT capabilities, data,
products, and services. Selectees will also provide geospatial
instruction identified by the US Army mission partner independently,
with little or no supervision or assistance, to meet the pre-deployment
training requirements of the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) Cycle. In
addition, the selectee will assist units in disclosure and release of
NGA data and products, and be actively involved in shaping NGA’s
support to the U.S. Army’s transformation mission.
FORT BRAG, NC— The USSOCOM-NGA Support Team (NST) to a Special
Operations Command unit located at Ft. Bragg, NC is seeking motivated
geospatial analysts desiring to expand their knowledge of the analytic
tradecraft while supporting front line operators. The incumbent must be
capable of representing NGA on a broad range of intelligence,
operations and systems issues requiring geospatial intelligence
expertise. The successful candidate must be fully capable of working in
a dynamic military environment with limited supervision and possess an
understanding of military command structure and an eagerness to engage
partners on a broad spectrum of Geospatial-intelligence (GEOINT)
issues. The incumbent may be required to work overtime and weekends
during a crisis or operation on short notice. The selected individual
will provide subject matter technical expertise and be fully capable of
providing support to operational missions using the latest GEOINT
techniques and procedures. The applicant should be able to handle a
wide range of responsibilities and functions including but not limited
to ArcGIS, Erdas Imagine, Falconview, Google Earth and may include
support to the exploitation of Full Motion Video imagery (FMV). This
position requires the applicant to produce numerous products including
line of sight analysis, flythroughs, density analysis, location maps,and many non-standard products. The applicant should also be proficient
in acquiring, requesting, and producing products using imagery and
other ancillary sources. The position has a high operational tempo with
tight deadlines and competing priorities. Applicants should contact the
org POCs for additional information on duty assignment.
For additional information and how to apply, go to: http://www.nga.mil.
Best of luck!
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March 11, 2010 at 5:01 pm #92352
Robert Christopher MansonParticipant
Oh how I would love to work in the IA field, but alas I have zero experience therein. Seriously, is there any way to get an entry-level position whereby you are trainied from the “ground up” in this field? It seems like every agency wants people with a vast amount of experience… thank you.
March 12, 2010 at 12:05 am #92350
Hello Mr. Manson,
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) hires entry level folks quite often. However, they specifically look for individuals with strong hard science backgrounds. If you have military experience, this is also a plus. I strongly recommend that you register to the upcoming (16 Mar) Intelligence Community Virtual Career Event at: http://www.icvirtualfair.com. NGA will be there.
Info: Intelligence Community Virtual Career Event– 9 Intelligence Agencies In One Event– Take Advantage of This Monumental Opportunity to Land a Federal Career!
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Best of Luck and let me know if you have any other questions.
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