The Business Intelligence developer would be responsible for designing and building online reports using Tableau and at times MDX queries; responsible for modifying and optimizing existing SSAS cube based queries and reports.
Conduct research and evaluate technical and allsource intelligence, including network operations and Cyberspace operations tactics, techniques, and procedures focused on the threat to information networks.
Gather and synthesize all source terrorist-related information to support development of daily counter terrorism (CT) products that promote situational awareness across the Intelligence Community (IC) and broader US Government.
Lead and collaborate with the Scrum Team, lead and participate in Story Creation, Backlog Refinement, and Scrum Events, including Sprint Planning, Daily Standup, Retrospective, Reviews, and Quarterly Planning.
The Business Systems & Data Analyst is a lead position in the analysis, definition, and automation of business processes for the Association. S/he performs overall analysis and design for the development of business intelligence (BI) and advanced analytics systems, including gathering user requirements, performing systems design and analysis, and architecting data stores for business intelligence applications and reporting.
Leads cross-functional teams to determine, define and deploy complex predictive/prescriptive analytic solutions to meet business objectives; evaluates business objectives and determines stakeholder needs.
Uses functional and/or subject-matter expertise from direct industry experience to assess the organizational, operational, and functional baseline for law enforcement, homeland defense, emergency preparedness, and security clients
Design and Develop SAP BO Universes in concert with the Data Architect; design and Develop SAP BO Explorer views to provide data mining dataset for customer and BI Staff access; develop reports artifact according to user requirements.
Provide Knowledge Center support by maintaining 200+ intelligence web portals, sites, message handling systems, and online databases in support of Army Intelligence Requirements as well as any INSCOM supported command as directed to include but not limited to Coalition networks and portals.
The Intelligence Analyst will assist United States Marshals Service (USMS) management and other staff members in all office activities and operations as assigned. The individual will assess threats, incidents, inappropriate communications, and other intelligence.