If you want to accelerate your career growth and are passionate about applying your expertise to solve problems of national importance then we have the job you are looking for! Not only will you be able to achieve your personal and professional goals but you will do it in a stable environment the emphasizes and rewards the entrepreneurial spirit.
For example, take the project we’re now working on. It involves utilizing computer applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development. A multi-disciplined collaborative team of engineers, scientists & analysts are performing expert imagery analysis while working with the DoD/Intelligence Community. This team is part of our employee-owned international research and engineering company recognized for providing technically superior solutions to complex and challenging problems in the physical sciences. This position requires you to work overseas for up to 120 days (no more than that in a year).
If you’re interested, here’s what year one is all about. For an Analyst, this is the stuff of dreams – and you WILL be making a difference in critical operations.
•Use your in-depth knowledge of ArcGIS, SOCET, GXP, GEOINT analysis and production to perform Multi-INT Analysis and Archival Systems (MAAS) quality control and training.
•Evaluate procedures, processes, techniques, models and/or methodologies to develop complex solutions. Your work analyzing Full Motion Video is often conducted over live video feeds in near real time.
•You’ll be working closely with a collaborative team so your team player personality and excellent written/oral communication skills will be essential in briefing and effectively directing subordinate analysts.
•Utilize your advanced operational and tactical level intelligence experience in the fields of targeting, intelligence systems, and geospatial systems.
•You’ll be a rock-star if you can type at least 30 words per minute to complete your reports. Can’t do this yet? (Take a self-taught course! You can do it!)
If you can accomplish the above, you’ve got what it takes. Realistically though, you need a BS in a relevant science/technology/engineering/math field. If you have 2 years of additional targeted, relevant experience then we would consider this equivalent to the BS requirement.
Hands-on knowledge of GEOINT analysis and experience with the DoD/Intelligence Community that you’ve gained in your 4-6 years of experience will accelerate your effectiveness and impact. We’d also love to hear about your 4 years in a technical role during this time.
Due to the work you’ll perform and interactions with intelligence community and DoD programs you will need a current TS with SCI eligibility Security Clearance though if you had a TS/SCI Security Clearance you’d be even better prepared for the first day.
While this is all of the Year One and Beyond stuff, Day One is pretty good too. These are things like our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), great compensation & benefits package, a challenging culture where innovation & experimentation are the norm. Our employees have the tools, training and opportunities to take more active roles as owners and are recognized as the company’s greatest assets!
If you desire a career with a company that provides a broad range of technical expertise in defense technologies, civil technologies, computer software and simulation, systems analysis, environmental technologies and testing and measurement then our Southeast Division in Pinehurst, NC will be perfect for you. We are an EOE/M/F/Disabled/Veteran employer and At-Will Employer. For additional information and an opportunity to join our unique workplace, please apply at careers.ara.com.
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