CACI International Full Motion Analyst (FMV) 3 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Imagery Analyst provides topographic/terrain analysis, geospatial analysis, imagery ground station analysis to operators, requirements managers, and mission manager.
Operates the multi-spectral imagery production (MSIP) system. Analyzes multiple imagery sources, commercial, theater and NTM and proficient in the area of imagery research. Reads related topographic data forms. Administers the Imagery Intelligence MAAS System and the proper requirements scheduled for finalization, processed and analyzed all source data from airborne, ground based and national collectors, as well as mapping on the GALE system. Interprets topographic products such as shaded relief graphics, elevation graphics, slope and line-of-site graphics, route assessments, perspective view generations, bridge and tunnel assessments, urban area assessments, and waterways and river crossing locations and assessments, and the current working procedures for all TF Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) activity.
Eight (8) years of technical experience with hands-on GEOINT Analytical experience within DOD or the Intelligence Community.
Experience with GEOINT exploitation tools such as SOCET GXP, ArcGIS and MAAS.
Experience with GEOINT analysis, GEOINT production, intelligence architecture, intelligence databases, quality control, and training.
Military personnel who have two years of hands-on FMV analysis experience within the JSOC automatically meet the minimum requirement.
Eight years hands-on IMINT and/or FMV analysis and production experience out of the last ten years. Candidates will be expected to fully comprehend the duties of and potentially deploy as an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Tactical Controller (ITC).
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor’s degree or equivalent and five to seven years of related experience.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required. May spend a lot of time standing due to laboratory conditions.
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