Joint Senior All-Source Intelligence Analyst SME in Colorado Springs, CO

$150K - $200K(Ladders Estimates)

Linquest Corporation   •  

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Industry: Aerospace & Defense


8 - 10 years

Posted 38 days ago

  • Brief Description
  • LinQuest is seeking a Joint Senior All-Source Intelligence Analyst (Subject Matter Expert) to join our team at Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs. We're looking for highly skilled and motivated candidates to join a high-performance team to support the stand-up and buildout of the US Space Command (USSPACECOM) J2 Intelligence Staff. LinQuest believes our employees are our most valuable asset. The work environment is collaborative and dynamic between team members, government civilians and joint warfighters. If you desire to be part of an historic event to build out USSPACECOM from the ground, up, this position is for you!
  • Responsibilities:
  • The J2 will have a number of positions across analysis, targeting, planning, battle watch and data/knowledge management areas. The duties and responsibilities highlighted below represent the range of responsibilities across those positions:
  • Develop a transition strategy, to include a construction plan, for standing up the USSPACECOM J2, integrating elements from external organizations to USSPACECOM, to include incorporation of subordinate organizations (Ops Centers, Staff Directorates, etc.); be prepared for follow-on absorption of the USSTRATCOM Space enterprise; Focus areas are: Analysis, Targeting, Planning support
  • Provide intelligence analysis support to USSPACECOM by providing analysis, assessments, warning, and all combat functions (including attack assessment, attribution, targeting, battle damage assessment) to support USSPACECOM activities, including differing assessments from the integrated intelligence team
  • Develop, collect, recommend, and maintain Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR) to support the commander's decision-making process; support the development and response to USSPACECOM Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIR's);
  • Provide indications and warning; Space Domain Awareness (SDA); assessments of our adversary's readiness, disposition, capabilities, readiness, and intent to enable global and theater effects in space domain and protect and defend our own space capabilities
  • Build, maintain, and provide understanding of foreign and adversary policy, doctrine, capabilities, and intent; identify current threats, changes that pose emerging threats, and opportunities to counter adversary activity in the space domain, to include Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (JIPOE)
  • Perform intelligence planning and Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (JIPOE) in support of campaign, deliberate, and crisis action planning; synchronize and coordinate JIPOE and the development of Enemy Courses of Action (ECOA) among DoD, IC and Allies and Partners
  • In collaboration with J5, coordinate with Allies/Coalition partners on intelligence issues associated with space, when appropriate; lead the development of USSPACECOM Command PIRs and EEIs
  • Provide recurring staffing support to include staffing packages, responding to tasks, and integration and coordination (e.g. e-staffing, memos, Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), point papers, issue papers, briefings, quad charts, spreadsheets; work and coordinate with external agencies, Headquarter staff sections, and other subject matter experts (SMEs) to consolidate inputs from multiple organizations, and synchronize battle rhythm events supporting the CDR, USSPACECOM
  • Requirements
  • Required Experience:
  • Bachelor's Degree or higher required (degree in Political Science, International Relations/Affairs, Science, Technology, or an Intelligence-related field is preferred)
  • Command and control background in PNT, SATCOM, Space Control, Missile Warning, and Space Situational Awareness
  • All-Source intelligence analysis background with 10 or more years of experience, and familiarity with intelligence community processes required
  • Ability to identify and resolve challenges at a strategic level
  • Ability to brief/interactive with senior (GO/FLAG) level officer and senior civilians
  • US Citizenship and an active TS/SCI is required to be considered for the position

  • Preferred Experience:
  • Previous experience at a CCMD operations center is highly desired
  • Previous Special Technical Operations (STO) Chief, or planner experience is highly desired
  • Completion of Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Level I or equivalent is highly desired; Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Level II is preferred
  • Desired completion of the Space IFTU course and 12 months of experience in a billet supporting Space Operations as a primary duty

Valid Through: 2019-11-4