Camber Corporation U2 ISR MPC Geospatial Intelligence Analyst- 16843 in Beale AFB, California

Description

Huntington Ingalls Industries - Technical Solutions Division, Integrated Mission Solutions Group (Camber Corporation) provides mission-critical engineering and technical service to Information Technology, Federal Civilian, and National Security, Aerospace & Defense and International government and commercial customers at over 100 locations worldwide.

HII-TSD, Integrated Mission Solutions Group (Camber Corporation) is currently seeking a U-2 Geospatial Intelligence Analyst to support the U-2 Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) Mission Planning Cell (MPC) program to work out of Beale Air Force Base, California with potential travel to other continental United States (CONUS) or overseas (OCONUS) locations as directed by the 99thReconnaissance Squadron Commander (99 RS/CC).

The U2 ISR MPC Geospatial Intelligence Analyst shall provide analytical, advisory, technical expertise and analysis to U-2 MPC and 99 RS activities. Three primary roles are envisaged: Targeteering/Weaponeering, Imagery analysis, and Program Development & Instruction. In the role of Targeteer/Weaponeer, the analyst will perform targeting functions to include target development, weaponeering, force application, execution planning and combat assessment. The analyst will be familiar with the Joint Targeting process as well as Service-specific targeting functions such as:

Intermediate/Advanced Target Development, Collateral Damage Estimation, and Battle Damage Assessment. The analyst will involve all-source analysis functions that support target discovery as well as applicable analysis policies in the Intelligence Community. As an Imagery Analyst, the analyst will exploit and analyze multi-sensor imagery and geospatial data and products in conjunction with all-source intelligence information. The contractor will also affect the processing, exploitation and dissemination of MPC derived Imagery Intelligence (‘IMINT’). Finally, in the role of Program Developer & Instructor, the analyst will develop the MPC targeteering/weaponeering program ensuring compliance with Air Force Instructions and regulations. The contractor will develop local guidance in addition to training syllabi related to MPC targeteering/weaponeering operations. The analyst will also instruct/certify MPC personnel in targeteering/weaponeering duties.

Duties and Responsibilities (to include but not be limited to the following):

  • Perform shift work in support of 24/7/365 MPC operations.

  • When performing targeteering/weaponeering duties, ensure all electronic technical data, regulations, and instructions are current on all electronic systems and physical storage locations.

  • Provide analytical, advisory, and technical support to 99 RS/CC and MPCC.

  • Assist MPC project management efforts as directed by the 99 RS/CC and MPCC to improve MPC integration into the ISR value chain as well as national command, combat, and communication architectures.

  • Assist in the development and integration of the MPC program into new and existing Air Force guidance. These include, but are not limited to: AFTTPs, CONOPS, AFIs, MWS-specific guidance, training curricular, etc.

  • Analyze and evaluate MPC mission planning software, software tools, and associated support systems to recommend changes and upgrades to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Identify, communicate, and resolve/recommend solutions to known and/or technical deficiencies.

  • Research, identify, and/or innovate technologies, processes, and/or procedures for implementation in U-2 mission planning and/or mission execution operations.

  • Identify, communicate, and implement methods, processes, and technologies to integrate and optimize the U-2 MWS in the prosecution of the Global Force Master Allocation Plan (‘GFMAP’).

  • Identify, communicate, and implement methods, processes, and technologies to optimize Air Operations Center (‘AOC’), Distributed Common Ground Station (‘DCGS’), and IC integration and optimization.

  • Attend meetings as directed by the 99 RS/CC and MPCC.

  • Represent 99 RS at working groups as a recognized subject matter expert (‘SME’) on tactics, techniques, procedures, technologies, and capabilities as they relate to the MPC.

  • Maintain NIPR, SIPR, and JWICS accounts.

  • Provide, at the direction of the 99 RS/CC and MPCC, training regarding MPC tactics, techniques, procedures, technologies, and capabilities.

  • Provide input to 99 RS/CC and MPCC relating to accomplishments and challenges in performance of required tasks/subtasks.

  • Assist in the development of MPC Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs).

  • Deliver accurate, on-time, target/weaponeering plans in accordance with contracts established in SPINS, CONOPS, as well as written agreements between the MPC external actors/agencies within the ISR value chain.

  • Strictly adhere published guidance. This includes, but is not limited to: DoD/USAF Instructions, Concepts of Operation (CONOPS), Theater Special Instructions (SPINS), Baseline and Daily Reconnaissance Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RSTA) Annexes, Air Tasking Orders (ATOs), Airspace Control Orders (ACOs), Order of Battle (OB), MWS and sensor technical orders, tactical guidance/directives, AF doctrine, and national & international flight/navigation regulations, and other guidance.

  • Security Management: Comply with and enforce National, Department of Defense (DoD), and Air Force security policies and directives, including: (1) both verbal and written reporting procedures; (2) deterrence, detection, isolation, containment, and recovery from information system and network security intrusions.

Subtasks – Geospatial Intelligence Analyst Specific:

  • Perform targeting functions. Perform targeting functions to include kinetic and non-kinetic target development, weaponeering, precision point mensuration (PPM), force application, execution planning, and combat assessment. Select and prioritize targets and match appropriate actions to those targets to create specific desired effects that achieve objectives – taking account of operational requirements and capabilities. Conduct analysis of enemy personnel, units, disposition, facilities, systems, and nodes relative to the mission, objectives, and the capabilities at the Joint Force Commander’s disposal, to identify and nominate specific centers of gravity (COG) and high-value targets (HVT) that, if exploited in a systematic manner, will create the desired effects and support accomplishment of the commander’s objectives.

  • Exploit and analyze multi-sensor imagery and geospatial data and products in conjunction with all-source intelligence information. Determine type, function, status, location, significance of military facilities and activities, industrial installations, and surface transportation networks. Determine type, function, and location of military equipment including ground, air, naval, missile, and electronic orders of battle. Use multi-sensor imagery to conduct comparative analysis. Analyze terrain to determine trafficability and identify landing zones and defensive fortifications. Analyze structures of military and industrial installations to determine construction type and functionality. Determine present and future imagery collection requirements. Prepare damage assessment reports detailing structural damage and weapons effects. Use multispectral imagery to analyze the likelihood of military and non-military activities, and monitor counterinsurgency operations. Work closely with system collectors and collection managers to optimize capabilities to satisfy customer requirements. Work closely with customers to assist in the strategy and submission of intelligence production requirements.

  • Operate imagery exploiting equipment including computer-assisted exploiting, geospatial analysis manipulation, and automated database systems. Construct queries and retrieves historical files to conduct comparative analysis. Use automated exploitation equipment to prepare, review, and transmit intelligence reports. Use softcopy imagery and geospatial data systems to exploit, perform mensuration, annotate, and disseminate GEOINT products

  • Perform targeting functions to include target development, weaponeering, force application, execution planning and combat assessment. Maintain and use geospatial databases, target materials, imagery and other intelligence products. Perform precise mensuration of multi-sensor imagery and geospatial data to determine geographic location, and vertical and horizontal measurements of objects and surrounding terrain. Use maps, charts, geodetic products, and multi-sensor imagery to determine distance, azimuth, and location of targets.

  • Compile imagery derived data and geospatial information into detailed target assessments. Use information from other intelligence disciplines to assist in the analysis of imagery and geospatial data. Prepare and conduct multisensor imagery and geospatial information derived intelligence briefings. Compile and maintain target folders.

  • Affect the processing, exploitation and dissemination of MPC derived Imagery Intelligence (‘IMINT’) – to include, but not limited to: “Quick-Look” (Pre-First Phase Exploitation). Work with planning and operations teams to plan missions, maintain collection lists, identify collection sequences, and provide specific target requirements. Assist in the identification of key features and determining optimal sensor selection and exploitation parameters. Assess weapon impacts and effects.

  • Manage and organize GEOINT collection requirements for MPC operations. Determine proper sensor application to answer warfighter intelligence issues. Validate collection requirements for strategic and tactical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms. Determine exploitation requirements based on warfighter requirements.

  • Provide imagery exploitation in support of MPC derived IMINT, including Collection Management, Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (IPOE), Target Development, Time Sensitive Target Prosecution and Situational Awareness for the AOC.

  • Develop training courseware to train non-qualified MPC mission planners on Geospatial Intelligence (Targeteering/Weaponeering) Analyst duties.

  • Instruct/certify MPC personnel in targeteering/weaponeering duties.

  • Assist in furthering U-2 Research & Development Laboratory initiatives

Qualifications and Experience:

General Required Qualifications:

  • Be a U.S. citizen.

  • Maintain a current passport throughout the Period of Performance for this TO.

  • Obtain all entry/exit visas for countries as required for work performance.

  • Pass a standard physical examination that includes, at a minimum: medical history, height, weight, blood pressure, HIV antibody, and chest x-ray.

  • Be physically capable of performing tasks outlined in Duties and Responsibilities Section above.

  • Have all required immunizations prior to OCONUS travel.

  • Comply with all security requirements as outlined the contract Statement of Work (SOW).

  • Able and willing to work in a demanding, high-stress environment.

Specific Required Qualifications:

  • Previously qualified Geospatial Intelligence (Targeteering/Weaponeering) Analyst Instructor or Evaluator.

  • Experience with target development, weaponeering, force application, execution planning and combat assessment.

  • Experience with maintaining and using geospatial databases, target materials, imagery and other intelligence products.

  • Experience with precise mensuration of multi-sensor imagery and geospatial data to determine geographic location, and vertical and horizontal measurements of objects and surrounding terrain. Use of maps, charts, geodetic products, and multi-sensor imagery to determine distance, azimuth, and location of targets.

  • Knowledge of the full range of intelligence research and collection methods, techniques, and practices to use multi-source intelligence information systems to make recommendations in developing intelligence capabilities and threat assessments to interpret policy and commit resources.

  • Knowledge of advanced analytical principles, concepts, and methods to produce detailed analyses of complex information/situations attained from multiple sources, to include database manipulation.

  • Knowledge of the national intelligence community, Joint, DoD structure, organizations and mission/functions, inter-relationships and operations.

  • Skill in conducting unbiased complex research, identifying appropriate available systems/data sources, and producing operational requirement assessments that answer specific tasks to link and leverage MPC capabilities in support of consumers, customers, and clients.

  • Skill in communicating effectively with others, both orally and in writing; in working out solutions to problems or questions related to the work; writing clear and concise intelligence-related products; and delivering written and/or verbal presentations to senior-level audiences for decision-making purposes.

  • Ability to maintain control of classified material; quickly assimilate disparate data; render knowledgeable and accurate assessments of the implication of such data; make decisions, estimates, and recommendations under conditions of urgency and pressure based on mature judgment and experience; and present and/or justify a position effectively.

Desired Qualifications:

  • B.A. or B.S. degree or higher.

  • Graduate of USAF Weapons School or comparably competitive program.

  • Experience with USAF airborne ISR, Fighter, or Bomber programs.Experience with: Air Operations Center operations, development of plans & requirements, ISR infrastructure, C2/C4ISR schema, intelligence, and Multi-Domain Command & Control (‘MDC2 ’) theory of operation.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite.

Security:

  • US Citizenship required

  • The selected applicant will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information

  • All candidates will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and drug screening per HII requirements

  • Must have and maintain a Top Secret and NATO Secret clearance and be eligible for SCI access

  • Must maintain eligibility for SAP/ACCM access.

About Us

Camber Corporation is part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of HII’s Technical Solutions division. Integrated Mission Solutions Group is a leading provider of Agile Software Engineering and Information Technology solutions; All Hazards services; Modeling, Simulation, and Training solutions and services; Unmanned Systems support; Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management services to Department of Defense, Federal, and commercial customers.

Integrated Mission Solutions Group (Camber), a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. (HII) is headquartered in Huntsville, AL. From Camber’s founding in 1990, we have grown to 32 offices, positioned to provide responsive support to our customers across the United States. We deploy personnel to support our customers globally, including many locations in Asia, Africa, and Europe, providing daily interface on technical, programmatic, and operations issues. Overall, more than 1,600 Camber professionals deliver ISO 9001:2008-certified and CMMI ML3 high-value solutions to customers worldwide.

Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled