Threat Analyst - MUSE/AFSERS (Temporary)

Job Locations US-TX-San Angelo
ID
2021-2271
Business Unit
ICAS
Type
TOC
Clearance
TS/SCI Required

Overview

i3 is seeking a Threat Analyst to train students in the Geospatial Analyst (1N1A), Targeting Analyst (1N8) and All-Source Intelligence Analyst (1N0), and Air Force Intelligence Officer (14N) courses utilizing a major Joint Armed Forces Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Simulation and Training System. These courses involve imagery/Full Motion Video (FMV) analysis from simulated UAS sensors. The Analyst will configure, operate and maintain the Multiple Unified Simulation Environment (MUSE)/Air Force Synthetic Environment for Reconnaissance and Surveillance (AFSERS) workstations in an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) training environment. The Analyst for MUSE/AFSERS Operations should have knowledge and experience in Intelligence Operations, Imagery Analysis, and Intelligence Training. The Analyst will develop highly interactive simulation scenarios utilizing Visual Production and Rehearsal Software (ViPRS). The selected candidate should also have knowledge and experience in supporting Intelligence training to include the use of Modeling and Simulation, specifically the use of visualization simulation systems and preferably experience with /MUSE/AFSERS.

The Analyst position requires someone with a positive attitude, who must be proactive in supporting the customers’ needs. The Analyst is expected to provide the best possible training that meets or exceeds Air Force Air Education and Training Command (AETC) training objectives.

This is a temporary hire position with an expected contract end date on or about 6 April 2021.

Responsibilities

Additionally, the Analyst for MUSE/AFSERS Operations is responsible for:

  • Running MUSE/AFSERS simulation software and ViPRS vignettes in support of the Air Force Operation LONESTAR (OLS) CAPSTONE Exercise and the 1N1A Geospatial Analyst Course APEX Exercise
  • Interact with OLS/APEX Exercise Government, Military, and other Contractor support personnel.
  • Participate in combined planning of course curriculum with other simulation and scenario development support teams, communicating GEOINT & All Source Intelligence expertise as well as visualization expertise for the scenario development process.
  • Provide both MUSE/AFSERS software and hardware support onsite for all MUSE/AFSERS Operations and assist in providing recommendations for system improvements.
  • Work 10 hour shifts during OLS/APEX exercises.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree (additional years of experience may substitute for degree).
  • Minimum of five (5) years of related experience.
  • Four to eight years direct Military Intelligence experience required.
  • Imagery/FMV analysis experience preferred.
  • Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) such as FalconView or Google Earth and SOCET GXP is desired.
  • Knowledge of Visual Production and Rehearsal System (ViPRS) is also preferred.
  • Current TS/SCI Clearance based on a current SSBI.

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