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Junior GEOINT Imagery Analyst – Iraq

Contracting DoD/Military
New Century US

Job Summary

Posted on
July 02, 2018
New Century US
Years of Experiences
1 - 3
Career Level
Entry Level
Education Level

About New Century US

Thank you for your interest in working for New Century US (NCUS). Here at NCUS, we want you to know that we believe providing quality service is the key to being successful. As your potential employer, we will consider you on the basis of your employment application, prior work experience, pre-employment evaluations, and references. After reviewing your paperwork, we may contact you to set up an interview. Remember, we are trying to find a good match between you and the position so that everybody benefits. If the position is not right for you, do not be discouraged, the right match will come. Again, thank you for applying with our organization.

Contact name
Jacob Carrasco

Job description

Responsibilities and Deliverables:

A)     Queries, assesses, integrates, manipulates, exploits, extracts, and analyzes digital data and imagery (full spectrum literal and non-literal), both geospatial and research databases, and various ancillary sources.

B)      Completes data analysis and evaluation, geospatial data reformat and conversion, and photo interpretation. Performs application engineering development; processes digital imagery; customizes product generation; researches and gathers information; performs customer information analysis.

C)      Translates GEOINT requirements into appropriate requests for imagery or queries using all available imaging sensors or GEOINT data bases.

D)     Interacts with professional colleagues to communicate research mission, issues, and geospatial requirements.

E)      Downloads web-based data and prepare/process for exploitation.

F)      Performs intelligence analysis on multiple sources of data, including Electro-Optical (EO), Spectral, Thermal Infrared (TIR), Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR), and map-based software.

G)     Performs data fusion by combining various types of data (EO, TIR, SAR, etc. ) to create a product with an increased level of understanding of the targeted area than can be achieved with a single data source.


Minimum Qualifications:


A)     Candidate must hold a current TS/SCI Level Security Clearance (Previously granted and never revoked or suspended).  If chosen, Candidate must remain armed in accordance with New Century Policies throughout the duration of employment in country.

B)      At least two years of Intelligence Analysis experience with the following MOS 35G, 350G, USCM 0261, 0241, AF 1N1X1, or other DoD OR Government agency equivalent

C)      Special skills or qualifications (all required):

a.       Excellent GEOINT production and analytic skills

b.      Excellent oral communication skills for presenting, briefing, or communicating analytical research material including the use of multimedia presentations

c.       Proficient in the development of IC reports, publications, regulations, and strategic communications

d.      Subject matter expert in various GEOINT phenomenology

D)     In addition to the above, the following are Highly Desired qualifications and/or experience that are NOT required:

a.       Associates Degree OR four years of relevant experience in Intelligence Operations OR equivalent experience                

b.      Working knowledge of Army policies and regulations as well as established SOPs

E)      Candidate must meet all physical, medical and other requirements for overseas deployment in accordance with current DoD regulations. Candidate must possess a fitness level appropriate to performing work in a field environment and current medical exam completed within the past 12 months. Candidate must have been tested and present proof of a negative HIV test result performed within six months of deployment. Dental and medical readiness must be up to date and candidate must maintain a current US Passport.