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Nuclear Intelligence Analyst

JGMS Government Services, LLC
Washington, DC
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

JGMS Government Services, LLC 

Ethically minded, mission driven.

At JGMS Government Services, LLC we provide applied technology, engineering, science, and management services to government and private sector clients nationwide. As a diverse team of professionals, we are focused on meeting the needs of our clients and following through with real solutions that effectively and efficiently meet all budgetary and scheduling requirements. As a member of the JGMS-GS team, you will be involved in a growing, dynamic organization that is developing new client solutions to benefit our environment and economy.

Nuclear Intelligence Analyst

This position provides support for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD).  This position is on-site at DHS Headquarters in Washington, D.C.; candidates who are not currently in the Washington D.C. area but are willing to relocate are encouraged to apply. 

 

About the Job

We are looking for an experienced nuclear intelligence analyst to serve as an expert on threats to the Homeland related to nuclear materials and nuclear devices.  You must have a solid grounding in nuclear fuel cycle issues, preferably with nuclear engineering or nuclear chemistry training, and with a DOE Q clearance.  As a subject matter expert, you will be expected to constantly track the evolution of civil and military nuclear programs worldwide, identify any new vulnerabilities potentially impacting U.S. security, and take the initiative to write intelligence products summarizing these changes for senior DHS leaders.  You will also be expected to respond to requests for information from DHS components, from interagency groups, and from the DHS CWMD teams who are responsible for developing and fielding radiation detectors across Federal and state agencies.  Prior TOP SECRET/SCI access would be a strong plus, as would experience in writing intelligence products in accordance with Intelligence Community Directives 203 and 206. 

The Nuclear Intelligence Analyst shall be able to:

  • Conduct intelligence analysis on topics of long-term concern to DHS CWMD programs.
  • Apply structured analytic techniques to better characterize implications of intelligence reporting, explore the range of possible consequences where the base of known incidents is small, and support key judgments with repeatable results
  • Develop the results of this analysis into finished intelligence products at both TOP SECRET/SCI and SECRET level, with evidence and judgments clearly delineated in accordance with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203, sources annotated in accordance with ICD 206, and all portions marked in accordance with current National Archives Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) and DNI Controlled Access Program Office (CAPCO) guidance
  • After obtaining review and clearance of the finished products, arrange for publication and dissemination per DHS Intelligence Enterprise practice
  • Highlight intelligence gaps and submit collection requirements
  • Collaborate in expert working groups on topics related to CWMD intelligence
  • Process appropriate intelligence reports into DHS and IC databases to support long-term retrieval and display
  • Apply computer-based tools to perform intelligence fusion, determine patterns of interest, and to support DHS operations
  • Respond to incoming Requests For Information (RFI) from across the DHS Intelligence Enterprise
  • Assign classification markings to image and map products.
  • Perform spatial/temporal analysis.

Requirements

Requirements

Must have a solid grounding in nuclear fuel cycle issues, preferably with nuclear engineering or nuclear chemistry training, and with a DOE Q clearance. TS/SCI access would be a strong+. Expand search across the company to include DOE labs in Western US; role requires relocation to Eastern US.

Education

Master’s degree with 25 years experience. Experience in writing and briefing policy makers and prior nuclear materials knowledge is required. Membership in professional associations (e.g., American Nuclear Society) preferred. This position does not require a background in military nuclear weapons effects or nuclear weapons employment.

Certifications/Registrations

Must have current SSBI and be eligible for SCI program upon entry of duty.

Security 

Must possess or be eligible to recieve security clearance of T/SCI and DOE Q. 

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements

The COVID-19 vaccine is required for all JGMS-GS employees working on or in connection with a covered contract, including those working remotely and in covered contractor workplaces, unless granted an accommodation under applicable state or federal law. All JGMS-GS locations are deemed to be covered contractor workplaces with specific COVID-19 safety requirements in addition to the vaccination requirement.

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)

JGMS is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity (EEO) in any term, condition, or privilege of employment.  The Company prohibits unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of age (40 and over), race, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all applicants, employees, including managers, supervisors, co-workers and non-employees such as customers, clients, vendors, consultants, or any other entity in professional contact with the Company.

If you need assistance in completing the online application, please call (970) 254-1354.  Alternatively, an email may be sent to recruiting@jgmsgovservices.com, with the subject line 'Applicant Accommodation' in the email. 

Company Description
Ethically minded, mission driven.

At JGMS Government Services, LLC. (JGMS-GS) we provide applied technology, engineering, science, and management services to government and private sector clients nationwide. As a diverse team of professionals, we are focused on meeting the needs of our clients and following through with real solutions that effectively and efficiently meet all budgetary and scheduling requirements. As a member of the JGMS-GS team, you will be involved in a growing, dynamic organization that is developing new client solutions to benefit our environment and economy.
We take pride in promoting a healthy work-life balance, family-friendly benefits, servant leadership, team values and professional growth. Our competitive benefits package includes:

401k plan with company match
Medical, dental and vision insurance
Paid time off
Paid community service hours
10 paid holidays
Life insurance, short- and long-term disability
Employee assistance plan (EAP)
Professional development opportunities

JGMS Government Services, LLC

Address

Washington, DC
USA

Industry

Technology