Assertive Professionals is looking for Imagery Analysts with the necessary expertise to support the ongoing and future operations on the JGASS Contract (Formally Dagger) based out of Ft. Bragg, NC with 24/7 operations and OCONUS support all over the world. This critical mission requires that only the best Imagery and Geospatial Intel professionals be partnered together to provide the real-world Intel, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) required for mission success.
Through the JGASS Program you can join our talented analysts who contribute to the actionable intelligence capabilities and the exploitation of almost all of the aerial assets for direction action task forces throughout the world. Their understanding of the rigor of all facets of the mission, including immediate consequences of every “call,” allowing them to continuously drive the success of immediate and long term mission planning and execution.
Duties and Responsibilities: This is full operational analysis using FMV and Imagery. Analyst must be able to conduct call-outs and type without looking at the keyboard. Imagery Analyst shall perform high level/expert imagery analysis, imagery product production, intelligence systems architecture and evaluation of procedures, processes, techniques, models and/or methodologies used to develop complex solutions to requirements.
Must have a Current TS/SCI
Usually requires 2 years of experience and an overseas deployment
GEOINT Analytical Experience and/or FMV Imagery Experience
Familiarity with SOCET GXP, ArcGIS, and MAAS
Experience with GEOINT Analysis, GEOINT production, Intelligence Architecture, Intelligence databases, quality control, and/or training
Ability and willingness to learn Full-Motion Video (FMV) (Paid 2 Week FMV Training program for all Imagery Analysts upon acceptance)
Ability to type 30-35 WPM without looking at the keyboard
Qualified candidates will receive a starting base salary of $55,000 - $65,000 plus special pay and additional hourly pay during deployments (Average of $100,000 annual total compensation) for entry/mid level. This position requires OCONUS travel for up to 120 days per deployment. Uplift is given for any OCONUS travel on top of per diem which, is not reflected in starting base salary.