The Washington/Baltimore HIDTA Investigative Support Center (ISC) is located in Greenbelt, Maryland. The Intelligence Analyst/ Database Coordinator reports to the ISC Program Manager or designee. The primary duties of this position will be to manage, promote, and support various W/B HIDTA administered intelligence databases. Secondary responsibilities will include developing analytical products to support federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies participating in the HIDTA program. Intelligence analysts assigned to the ISC participate in all steps of the intelligence cycle: planning and directing, collecting information, processing and collating information, analyzing and producing intelligence, and disseminating intelligence. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason's academic and culturally inclusive environment.
Manage, promote, and support various data collection projects and databases
Provide data collection guidance and instruction to groups and individuals
Develop, compile, and track Performance Measures for assigned projects
Integrate various software/databases to assist in the intelligence analysis process
Develop and maintain liaisons with drug investigators and criminal intelligence officers from various law enforcement agencies and W/B HIDTA initiatives
Attend intra/inter-agency meetings/conferences to gather and share information
Attend contemporary and continuing education/training opportunities to remain current with all necessary intelligence analysis systems and procedures
Provide training to assist in the transfer of analytical skills to new W/B HIDTA analysts, initiative personnel, and area law enforcement
Other applicable duties as assigned and deemed necessary by the ISC Program Manager and the Director of the W/B HIDTA
Collect, organize, and analyze large amounts of information and criminal intelligence
Prepare graphs, charts, and other illustrations for visual presentation of data
Provide case support for initiatives and participating agencies, including network, communication and event flow analysis
Identify and develop undocumented areas of investigations and identify leads for follow-up criminal investigation
Assist in identifying intelligence needs of regional law enforcement and initiatives
Prepare intelligence reports, bulletins and other specialized reports dealing with criminal organizations, drug trends and patterns and potential officer safety concerns
Provide tactical, operational, and strategic support to law enforcement agencies and initiatives
IV.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Bachelor's Degree in the criminal justice field or equivalent experience of a minimum of 10 years professional investigative or analytical experience with a criminal justice, military, or government intelligence agency
Ability to develop, coordinate, and present training programs, both in-person and web-based, for assigned projects
Proficiency and demonstrated skills in Microsoft's Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point
Experience accessing criminal justice data sources
Ability to effectively communicate both in oral and written form
Ability to understand and follow directives, instructions, and standard operating procedures
V.Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Training and/or experience utilizing Mobile Forensic Extraction Systems such as Cellebrite, Oxygen, and/or XRY
Training and/or experience utilizing W/B HIDTA databases
Experience applying ArcGIS or other spatial analysis software to law enforcement intelligence
Understanding and demonstrated experience with the Intelligence Cycle
Proficiency in analytic software products including i2 Analyst's Notebook and Pen-Link
Specific intelligence analyst training from law enforcement or an accredited organizations such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) or International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEA)
Knowledge of federal regulations regarding the collection and dissemination of intelligence information (28 CFR, part 23)
Ability to research a voluminous amount of databases in order to find information on individuals utilizing very little previous information on the subject
Excellent skills in internet navigation and open source intelligence
Ability to prepare graphs, charts, tables, maps, and other illustrative devices from collected data for visual presentations
VI.Security Clearance The Intelligence Analyst/ Database Coordinator must have a valid driver's license, no criminal record and be required to travel occasionally. Intelligence Analyst/ Database Coordinators must possess or be capable of receiving a Top-Secret security clearance granted by the United States government. The W/B HIDTA will defray the cost of the clearance.
Salary: Commensurate with education and experience.
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