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     Date Submitted:14-03-2017
     Last Modified:14-03-2017 (07:24)
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     Current job:Intelligence Analyst
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services

    Keen ability to collect data from variety of sources and interpret for operational use. Exceptional technology skills combined with proven ability to successfully implement and oversee complex projects. Outstanding team member with proven leadership, team-building skills and excellent conflict resolution abilities. Demonstrated management skills that enhance productivity and drive sustained performance. Comprehensive Analysis: Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Cyber Intelligence/Digital Network Intelligence (CYGIN/DNINT)

    Areas of Expertise:
    Intelligence Collection & Analysis Project Management Strategic & Operational Support Mission Planning Information Assessment Analytical Skills Full Motion Video (FMV) analysis Imagery Analysis Professional

    BAE Systems – Shreveport, LA Intelligence Analyst (Aug 2016 to Present)
    ♦ Research, compile and distribute relevant data to provide leadership a better understanding of imminent and critical developments in area of responsibility through DoD databases, military publications, and open sources.
    ♦ Provide All Source intelligence support for the Standoff Munitions Application Center (SMAC) by planning and collecting data from various sources.
    ♦ Analyze structures of military and industrial installations to determine construction type and functionality.
    ♦ Determine distance and location of key targets by applying use of maps, charts, geodetic products, and multisensory imagery.
    ♦ Support the Air Operation Center, government agencies and centers in selecting and prioritizing targets and matching appropriate weapons in order to achieve objectives

    ZEL Technologies – Fort Walton Beach, FL Intelligence Analyst II (Dec 2014 to Aug 2016)
    ♦ Oversee key intelligence activities and functions, including exploitation, development, and dissemination of multisensory geospatial and target intelligence used for 24/7/365 DoD intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance counterterrorism operations.
    ♦ Compile detailed reports and presentation on threat analysis, current intelligence and population trends in support of customer requests.
    ♦ Perform precise measurements of multisensory imagery and geospatial data to determine geographic location, vertical and horizontal measurements of object and surrounding terrain.
    ♦ Directed remote piloted aircraft (RPA) sensors during exploitation of first phase analysis. To include, proper utilization of sensor capabilities in electro optical (EO), Infrared (IR) and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) in direct support of targeting and close air support for surveillance & reconnaissance for near real time battle analysis and full motion video (FMV) DoD missions.

    U.S. Department of the Air Force Geospatial Intelligence Analyst (Apr 2011 to Sep 2014)
    ♦ Maximized GEOINT capabilities in support of SOF mission planning and execution of intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance counterterrorism operations.
    ♦ Responsible for ascertaining type, function, status, location, and significance of military facilities and activities, industrial installation, and surface transportation networks.
    ♦ Monitored counterinsurgency operations via use of full motion video (FMV) in direct support of ASFOC, partnering with system collectors and collection managers to optimize capabilities.
    ♦ Provided imagery exploitation support to AOC processes, including collection management, predictive battle space awareness, target development, time sensitive target prosecution for AOC.

    U.S. Department of the Air Force – continued Aerospace Maintenance Craftsman (Jun 2005 to Apr 2011)
    ♦ Supported electronic warfare and suppression of enemy air defense operations, maintaining 14 modified EC-130 aircraft, support equipment, forms and records.
    ♦ Performed varied key maintenance functions while coordinating maintenance plans to meet operational commitments.
    ♦ Supervised and assisted in launching and recovering operations.
    ♦ Inspected aircraft structures, components, and SE while interpreting findings and determining adequate corrective actions.

    Education and Credentials
    Bachelor in Information Technology Management American Military University – Charlestown, WV Expected 2017 Associates of Applied Science in Intelligence Studies Community
    College of the Air Force – Montgomery, AL, 2012 Associates of Applied Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology
    Community College of the Air Force – Montgomery, AL, 2012 Geospatial Intelligence Certification
    U.S. Air Force Technical School – 2011 Federal Communication Commission (FCC) License
    Baker University – Wichita, KS, 2009 Aerospace Maintenance Certification
    U.S. Air Force Technical School – 2006 Notable Training U.S Air Force Intelligence (Collection, Exploitation, Dissemination, and Planning) Cyber Security Threat/Awareness Sensitive Information Security Web Analytics IT Risk Management Aircraft Maintenance Management Security/Risk Assessment Local Area Network Technologies Management Information Systems Relational Databases (SQL, MS Access)

    Technical Expertise Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Social Media, ArcGIS, Google Earth, Socet GXP, Falcon View, Palantir, MIDB/NPW, SharePoint, Deltek.

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