The Target Analyst Reporter prioritizes, assesses, evaluates and reports information obtained from passive and active collection, network evaluation and analysis, combined with related collateral sources when appropriate to provide synthesized product to customers.
Solve non-standard information requirements problems via a combination of analytic judgment and proven analytic practices. Systematically acquire, validate, maintain, and scope data to uncover schemes and scenarios that will provide historical conclusions as well as correlations to future events.
Formulate and apply mathematical modeling and other optimizing methods to develop and interpret information that assists management with decision making, policy formulation, or other managerial functions.
Update / distribute daily/weekly/monthly operations reports; development of reporting tools to support business requirements; coordinate with education group and other partners on business update needs to meet deadlines.
The selected candidate will support customer activities by using customer tools and databases to characterize and understand target networks, providing content for reports, and recommending decisions related to system operations.
Work side by side with clients, analysts, and engineers to meet the desired reporting objectives focused on industrial control systems and SCADA. Generate reports coming from two mission teams focused on different aspects of the same area of interest. Learn mission and technology and develop new information and reports.
The Target Analyst Reporter (TAR) prioritizes, assesses, evaluations, and reports information obtained from passive and active collection, network evaluation and analysis, combined with related collateral sources when appropriate to provide synthesized product to customers.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage assigned projects, which may include: preparing and reviewing scopes of work; monitoring contract compliance and timelines; preparing status reports; attending project-related meetings; conducting research; and monitoring or performing special projects.