Top Intelligence Analyst Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Intelligence Analyst. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Intelligence Analyst resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.8% of Intelligence Analyst resumes contained Intelligence Community as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Intelligence Analyst actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Intelligence Analyst resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Intelligence Community

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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Collaborated closely with inter-agency intelligence community partners.
  • Conducted outreach by coordinating information sharing meetings with local, state and federal law enforcement and United States Intelligence Community partners.
  • Tracked and analyzed intelligence reporting and created intelligence products for formal production and release to the Intelligence Community and other consumers.
  • Coordinated and prioritized work assignments for team members which required urgent attention to accommodate request for information from the Intelligence Community.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with counter-parts in the Intelligence Community to provide timely, relevant intelligence to senior government officials.
  • Authored intelligence papers pertaining to named violent extremist organizations use of cyberspace which was disseminated throughout the Intelligence Community.
  • Conducted daily threat assessments within Iraq and Middle East through collaborative work with national-level agencies and intelligence community officials.
  • Coordinated the share of information and resources between multiple military and intelligence community customers in support of joint operations.
  • Participated in liaison with military, law enforcement and civilian agency intelligence community analysts and collectors on several projects.
  • Disseminated missile/space launch activity reports to the Intelligence Community (IC) for additional analysis and national policy review/adjustment.
  • Performed operational research and investigative analysis on classified and unclassified systems using law enforcement sensitive and Intelligence Community databases.
  • Utilized reporting databases to draft and edit sensitive series reporting for release to national customers within the Intelligence Community.
  • Developed and maintained websites for the military intelligence community that were utilized by senior leadership and staff during operations.
  • Present assessments to intelligence community by identifying intelligence gaps in analytic knowledge and recommending measures to rectify inadequacies.
  • Recognized by National Intelligence Community as lead subject matter expert on North Korean Artillery capabilities and military issues.
  • Recognized by National Intelligence Community as lead subject matter expert in Central African Republic political and military issues.
  • Formulated and managed significant partnerships with private forensic contractors and industry experts across FBI and the Intelligence Community.
  • Trained newly assigned military and civilian personnel in agency and Intelligence Community polices, standards, and procedures.
  • Reviewed reporting from throughout the intelligence community and provide trend analysis, quality, and authenticity evaluations.
  • Translated, transcribed and analyzed a multitude of foreign intelligence products for dissemination across the Intelligence Community.

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2. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Initiated requests for civilian and military personnel clearances and reviewed for completeness; checked reports and records for completeness of investigations.
  • Partnered with outside agencies and military personnel to ensure that all projects were adequately staffed and operational goals were accomplished efficiently.
  • Mentored junior military personnel of all services with career progression; Advised to civilian management on contracting and military regulations.
  • Developed relationships with military personnel to understand the intelligence requirements, delivered intelligence formal reports, presentations and summarized briefings.
  • Managed over 70 military personnel; Ensured over 800 military service personnel obtained necessary credentials to access restricted facilities.
  • Reviewed administrative and military personnel related correspondence submitted in order to compose response or transmit to higher headquarters.
  • Ensured successful organizational readiness through the processing of military personnel information into the Isolated Personnel Manager database system.
  • Trained and evaluated military personnel in the function of Attack the Network methodologies and tactical intelligence operations.
  • Prepared data summaries for inclusion in routine and special reports for upper-echelon military personnel and civilian.
  • Conducted in-depth Military Personnel 201 Records screening and background investigations through the installation Provost Marshall Office.
  • Managed the application process of 100 military personnel engaging in obtaining security clearances for various reasons.
  • Assisted military personnel with computer related problems; trained military personnel on software programs.
  • Assisted military personnel in combat zones with sophisticated analysis and short turnaround scenarios.
  • Mentored junior military personnel of all services with career and military decisions.
  • Collaborated with top Iraqi Military personnel to establish a more proficient Military.
  • Supervised 16 military personnel with the responsibility of developing professional career plans.
  • Debriefed U.S. and Allied Military personnel directly involved in combat operations.
  • Supervised and trained 25 military personnel throughout Naval career.
  • Brief senior level government and military personnel.
  • Schedule and conduct source meetings, interviews and screenings of host nation nationals, interrogations and debriefings of US military personnel.

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3. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Assisted Battalion Commander in developing priority intelligence requirements and planning friendly courses of action by producing and briefing IPB intelligence products.
  • Presented over one hundred Commanders Update Briefs to ensure relevant and timely dissemination of intelligence analysis to over three thousand soldiers.
  • Supervised a team of five personnel providing critical indications and warnings to commander and national consumers during all phases of operations.
  • Produced GMI/OB analysis and political-military overview products for the USEUCOM Commander, national intelligence agencies, and intelligence service centers.
  • Collaborate with the military command to meet the Commander s intelligence requirements and to deliver collection and force protection recommendations.
  • Created daily Commander's Update Briefs and Operational Targeting briefs in Combat Zones utilizing all-source intelligence analysis and creative analysis.
  • Performed analysis on equipment readiness for combat commanders and disseminated information reports to the scientific and technical intelligence community.
  • Attended all daily briefs and conferences with military commanders related to armor, armor incidents and ongoing intelligence operations.
  • Coordinated with offices of primary interest to ensure prompt and accurate dissemination of data to tactical and theater commanders.
  • Collaborated with representatives of various intelligence agencies to coordinate activities and assist commanders with planning on a strategic scale.
  • Provided essential intelligence information through presentations/briefings to company commander while working in the Counter-Intelligence Cell at HHC in Panama.
  • Created and disseminated products to commanders operating in the Battlefield for operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Analyzed, produced, coordinated, and disseminated intelligence to commander and intelligence community on a daily basis.
  • Provided hourly convoy updates to Battalion and Company Commanders and coordinated convoy movements in support of combat operations.
  • Analyze current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements per Area of Operation commanders.
  • Coordinated with outside intelligence entities to provide the commander with a heightened level of understanding and awareness.
  • Inspected 350 intelligence unit functions to determine readiness and combat capability; provided written feedback to commanders.
  • Produced and disseminated time-sensitive intelligence imagery products to Air Force commanders and Department of Defense planning staffs.
  • Analyzed foreign and domestic threats and prepared presentations regarding such threats to increase awareness of unit commanders.
  • Developed, published and disseminated accurate and timely intelligence to the Battalion Commander regarding operations and logistics.

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4. Special Intelligence Reports

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Here's how Special Intelligence Reports is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Contributed to ongoing special intelligence reports, plans, and briefings providing theater commanders and decision makers accurate and timely intelligence.
  • Prepared statements of periodic special intelligence reports, plans, policies and briefings for distribution to supporting organization management.
  • Prepared drafts of special intelligence reports, plans and briefings and consolidating compiled data into military intelligence data files.
  • Proofread memos and routinely assisted with compiling information for special intelligence reports and projects.
  • Prepared and presented special intelligence reports and briefs for executive level review.
  • Researched and authored special intelligence reports.
  • Introduced and drafted daily and special intelligence reports with an emphasis on Air Defense in the CENTCOM area of responsibility.
  • Drafted periodic and special intelligence reports, plans, briefings and prepared reports on captured enemy material and equipment.
  • Drafted periodic and special intelligence reports, biographies, and briefings relating to CENTCOM areas of responsibility.
  • Supervised analyst efforts to complete request for information, daily intelligence briefs, and special intelligence reports.
  • Researched and authored special intelligence reports, plans and briefings to 16 commanders and staff.
  • Supervised special intelligence reports, plans, and briefings regarding high value targets.
  • Assisted in periodic and special intelligence reports, plans, and briefings.
  • Draft periodic and special intelligence reports, plans, and briefings.
  • Draft special intelligence reports and conduct briefings.
  • Communicated with field analytical managers via telephone and computer, resolved conflicts, and coordinated distribution of Special Intelligence reports.

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5. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Conducted Intelligence training for over 5,000 people by assessing weapons system capabilities and instructing aircrews on data collection/reporting and combat evasion/recovery.
  • Provided tailored collections planning, threat analysis and intelligence expertise necessary to develop detailed execution plans for aerospace and combat operations.
  • Utilized multiple intelligence disciplines to map and identify insurgent networks for future targeting operations and support combat operations on the ground.
  • Prepared in depth analysis of insurgent networks and intelligence products in order to provide accurate predictive analysis for the Combat Commanders.
  • Created templates for intelligence requirements applicable to various contingency missions such as noncombatant operations, humanitarian assistance, and peacekeeping.
  • Used various sources of intelligence to construct a comprehensive intelligence product, used in determining combat and tactical operations.
  • Provided daily terrain, culture, demographic and tactical analysis to Executive officers in order to maximize combat efficiency.
  • Participated in 3 training exercises as an intelligence analyst improving overall combat effectiveness and unit readiness for participants involved.
  • Conducted research and analysis of risk posed by potential combatants, identifying vulnerabilities and recommending a course of action.
  • Led Naval Intelligence Team of 6 analysts producing amphibious intelligence products, non-combatant evacuation studies and photo analyses.
  • Provide research and analysis activities to address intelligence product value in support of Combat/Crisis Operations and customer needs.
  • Supervised five individuals in combat and non-combat environments while ensuring their physical readiness, education and skill maintenance.
  • Provided database entry by maintaining particular structured and unstructured databases used by the CENTCOM and combatant commands.
  • Maintained log of battlefield combat operations received over secure radio transmissions to analyze threat movement and strength.
  • Supported operations by analyzing captured combatant material leading to the identification, capture and arrest of insurgents.
  • Prepared and conducted per-mission planning and intelligence briefs to superiors that resulted in 15 successful combat operations.
  • Created detailed mission products with a variety of operational and intelligence information for aircrews flying combat missions.
  • Conduct intelligence briefings/debriefings of U.S. and allied military personnel involved in combat operations ensuring mission success.
  • Systematized intelligence planning and operational requirements with the Joint Operations Center in theater and combatant commands.
  • Consulted on intelligence specific requirements while additionally performing penetration testing operations against rotational Brigade Combat Teams.

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6. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Conducted internal traces of various sensitive government holdings as part of respective client's initial and subsequent security clearance processing activities.
  • Ensured over 140 individuals had the appropriate security clearances and maintained positive control over all sensitive information pertaining to those clearances.
  • Created over 400 controlled security clearance badges which helped maintain a secure work environment and ensured zero incidents of compromised security.
  • Coordinated with the Office of Personnel Management and Defense Security Service in determining the eligibility of personnel for security clearances.
  • Developed and implemented an organizational standardized operating procedure to facilitate the management of the physical security and security clearance programs.
  • Maintained Security Clearance Access Roster, ensuring all personnel had current national level security clearances required for their positions.
  • Organized and Submitted requests for security clearance investigations for background checks and determined security clearance eligibility for unit personnel.
  • Coordinated with operational security managers to ensure verification of personnel security clearances resulting in 100% clearance accountability.
  • Prepared all selected personnel for initiating, processing, reviewing and revoking Security Clearances issued by Federal Government.
  • Initiated personnel security clearance as required for job performance, to include submission to outside organization for processing.
  • Conducted interviews and background checks on individuals trying to obtain a security clearance to determine suitability.
  • Interviewed unit personnel and processed various levels of security clearances for Brigade and Battalion-sized military units.
  • Maintained and managed security clearances for military personnel in my Battalion while stationed state side.
  • Managed security clearances for over 700 personnel and performed electronic fingerprinting for all security investigations.
  • Ensured that all personnel maintained their proper security clearances in order to safeguard classified information.
  • Supported security clearance investigation initiations and renewals by ensuring individuals met all requirements for submission.
  • Initiated and supervised the development and implementation of personnel security clearances for all personnel.
  • Tracked and informed personnel with expiring security clearances and facilitate and process clearance re-investigations.
  • Enhanced unit readiness by processing over 50 security clearances as the appointed Security Manager.
  • Verified security clearances for visiting personnel and assisted with travel arrangements for all personnel.

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7. Intelligence Data

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Here's how Intelligence Data is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Data-mined intelligence databases to confirm and identify intelligence chaining events and used data to perform complex analysis of adversarial target systems.
  • Research and sift through available intelligence databases to produce a detailed analytic report showing actionable intelligence about a subject in question.
  • Process intelligence data from multiple intelligence platforms and collaborates with other analysts and specialist to ensure product quality and credible application.
  • Reviewed, selected, evaluated and consolidated incoming intelligence data and related information for analysis and dissemination to appropriate enforcement entities.
  • Researched and analyzed all-source intelligence and counterintelligence data to determine FISS interests in sensitive Naval Research and Development programs.
  • Segregated and recorded incoming intelligence data according to type of data to facilitate comparison, study, and accessibility.
  • Conducted preliminary examination and interpretation of intelligence data for economic, geographic, political, military topics and threats.
  • Coordinated production of reports, research products, country manifests updates and intelligence data collection, reduction and dissemination.
  • Performed in-depth background checks and intelligence data-gathering for the Washington State Patrol; supported essential criminal investigation procedures.
  • Provided security and intelligence advice to executive leaders; conducted in-depth briefings using timely and accurate intelligence data.
  • Participate in periodic intelligence meetings and conferences in order to exchange intelligence data or coordinate and/or plan strategies.
  • Produce, analyze and maintain detailed intelligence databases, analyze intelligence reports, and support day-to-day intelligence operations.
  • Analyzed intelligence data, created and briefed target profiles, managed office collection requirements and targeting database.
  • Worked closely with Government Intelligence Analysts and Special Agents to provide analysis and reporting of intelligence data.
  • Maintained strategic and tactical intelligence data on military related operations, telecommunication vulnerabilities, and threat information.
  • Access and perform research on designated automated intelligence databases for identifying information of interest to the customer.
  • Managed and coordinated signal collections through analyzing, processing, and disseminating all forms of intelligence data.
  • Navigated various intelligence database systems to collect information instrumental to the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield process.
  • Research topographic information using intelligence database and online resources in order to support operation and contingency planning.
  • Collected, evaluated, collated, analyzed and disseminated tactical, operational and strategic intelligence data.

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8. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Disseminated completed work within the department and to national and international law enforcement agencies to ensure timely reactions to illegal activities.
  • Brief top ranking law enforcement and policy makers weekly on crime and provide recommendations and predictions based on strategic intelligence analysis.
  • Coordinated information sharing packets to provide incriminating information to law enforcement and border agencies in order to apprehend terrorists in transit.
  • Collected, reviewed, analyzed, and reported classified intelligence data to high-level decision makers for maritime law enforcement efforts.
  • Correspond with insurance companies, law enforcement and other state/federal agencies to obtain intelligence and/or provide intelligence for cooperative investigations.
  • Used automated law enforcement databases and specialized intelligence analysis software to assist investigators and prosecutors with complex conspiracy cases.
  • Issued tactical intelligence reports supporting military and law enforcement assets in successful land, aerial, and maritime operations.
  • Team lead for an intelligence fusion cell that coordinated military and local law enforcement information sharing and intelligence oversight.
  • Fulfilled a critical role collaborating with key members of law enforcement intelligence units while maintaining and reviewing intelligence databases.
  • Research, analyze and collect data in support of Department of Homeland Security/ICE field investigations using law enforcement database.
  • Input cataloged information in the lead database and produced summary products in support of Homeland Security Law Enforcement Elements.
  • Developed and maintained liaison relationships on behalf of the Bureau with international and domestic law enforcement and intelligence partners.
  • Provided briefings to law enforcement and intelligence officials on techniques and procedures involved in research and analysis activities.
  • Compiled and conducted a weekly briefing on current counter-narcotics operations presented to senior military and law enforcement staff.
  • Supported tactical military and law enforcement operations, counterinsurgency efforts, and provided support to national-level decision makers.
  • Conducted extensive, in-depth research and analysis utilizing a wide variety of immigration/border management and law enforcement databases.
  • Liaised with federal and international law enforcement agencies to acquire background information on suspects during 20 detainee interrogations.
  • Analyzed reports from various law enforcement organizations to design potential system analytic application approaches to propose final product.
  • Coordinated with law enforcement, fire safety officers, and security system engineers to conduct secured facility inspections.
  • Provided financial document analysis for government law enforcement agencies to identify assets available for forfeiture in criminal proceedings.

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9. Sigint

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Here's how Sigint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Operated signals intelligence (SIGINT) communications equipment and prepared SIGINT security documents necessary for safeguarding and ensuring accountability of equipment.
  • Performed SIGINT/COMINT Target Development in a supervisory capacity for analysis of sea and ground platforms in support of intelligence requirements.
  • Isolate problematic signals and implement database solutions to automated digital SIGINT processing system to improve signal formation and output.
  • Supported sister company and Agency organizations in separate locations; utilizing SIGINT and operational experience to develop intelligence products.
  • Utilized collateral and SIGINT resources to improve mission production, and processed intelligence information to meet national-level information needs.
  • Leveraged resources such as SIGINT and imagery analysis to facilitate and broaden the development of intelligence analysis production.
  • Utilized knowledge of telecommunications structures and SIGINT databases to uncover targets and identify collections systems to task.
  • Published all-source intelligence assessments for operational commanders and supported conventional and special operations with real-time SIGINT coverage.
  • Provided synthesized SIGINT products to customers by researching, analyzing and reporting intelligence via appropriate reporting vehicles.
  • Analyzed time-critical intelligence information and produced SIGINT reports in support of nationally tasked missions and assets.
  • Provided tailored SIGINT products to national and tactical level intelligence consumers, both military and civilian.
  • Updated standard operating procedures and trained newly attained personnel on operational SIGINT equipment and operations procedures.
  • Analyzed near-real-time communications and SIGINT data to assess military strategy and doctrine of foreign powers.
  • Conducted SIGINT analysis in support of national-level consumers to aid counter-terrorism efforts in Southwest Asia.
  • Participated in refinement of existing SIGINT systems and participated in fielding/testing of emerging technologies.
  • Conducted signals intelligence research and analysis resulting in tactical and operational SIGINT product reports.
  • Conducted targeted SIGINT analysis to support approximately 7,000 personnel assigned to area of responsibility.
  • Required to rapidly and systematically query databases for HUMIN/SIGINT completion of targeting packages.
  • Performed analysis and formal reporting on original and published high interest SIGINT material.
  • Prepare finished SIGINT reports based on intelligence information that answer established intelligence requirements.

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10. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Performed all-source Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Proliferation analysis.
  • Studied activities relating terrorism and other security threats to prepare the organization for both training and real-world operations in relative locales.
  • Conducted daily terrorism briefing to counter-terrorism leadership including immediate threat information pertaining to United States stakeholders residing in these areas.
  • Completed research tasks in support of operational anti-terrorism and information awareness security training which included inspecting and preparing local databases.
  • Counter Terrorism/HUMINT support, CI/Counter Terrorism threat analysis, CI/Counter Terrorism investigations for insider threat, and OPSEC vulnerability assessments.
  • Created and managed large-scale projects involving analysis across multiple mediums and providing support in the furtherance of international terrorism investigations.
  • Developed and presented a domestic and transnational terrorism class for state and local emergency services and public safety officials.
  • Collaborate with other agencies and law enforcement personnel in order to share intelligence information on terrorism and coordinate activities.
  • Supervised an analyst nexus providing near-real time support to US Special Forces Operations tactical teams conducting counter-terrorism operations worldwide.
  • Deployed analyst supporting a Special Operations Task Force conducting counter-terrorism operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan.
  • Conduct trend and pattern analysis assisting in NCIS counter intelligence, counter terrorism and criminal investigation and operations.
  • Provided intelligence analyst initiatives in support of a terrorism insurance project dealing with the commercial real estate market.
  • Developed expertise in the missions, including terrorism, proliferation, narcotics, or counterintelligence and regional expertise.
  • Researched, analyzed, and developed formal written intelligence reports relating to counter-terrorism focused on targets of interest.
  • Key Contributions: Selected as the senior Counter-terrorism/security analyst in Combined Joint Special Operation Task Force Afghanistan.
  • Led and participated with intelligence analysis team for successfully prosecuted major terrorism investigation (Northern Exposure).
  • Employed at NSA-W supporting forward-deployed customers, answered Requests for Information related to counter-insurgency/ counter terrorism operations.
  • Developed Afghan provincial counter-terrorism policing and intelligence collection capabilities as mentor to Afghan National Police intelligence officers.
  • Completed Anti-Terrorism Level 1, Physical Security and Derivative classifier online training through the Defense Security Service.
  • Coordinate Joint S2 analysis, fusing current intelligence with anti-terrorism & weather evaluations for concise dissemination.

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11. Humint

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Here's how Humint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Mentored and instructed Afghan National Army and Afghan National Security Forces intelligence elements on fundamentals of HUMINT and All-Source intelligence analysis.
  • Coordinated FBI National HUMINT Collection Requirement Directive responses to the National HUMINT Requirements Tasking Center for a specific geographical region.
  • Developed and coordinated HUMINT Collections reports for CENTCOM area of responsibility(AOR) Conducted high-level interrogations for actionable intelligence.
  • Performed HUMINT collection analysis to answer over 100 high priority intelligence requirements at tactical and strategic levels.
  • Developed and presented HUMINT PowerPoint presentations to commanders and staffs highlighting quantitative data on area threat networks.
  • Identified Intelligence Bulletins and Assessments containing pertinent intelligence to corroborate HUMINT intelligence and statements made by subjects.
  • Vetted 650+ Iraqi Detainees for incarceration or discharge from Coalition Forces detention facilities * HUMINT operational experience
  • Review submitted HUMINT/Counter-Intelligence reports and all Questioning Plans for improvements to enhance intelligence collections.
  • Prepared and edited appropriate intelligence and administrative reports; utilized CI/HUMINT reporting and communications equipment
  • Conducted HUMINT source evaluations making recommendations for termination or retention to unit commanders.
  • Devised information requirements for field agents and interrogators to support HUMINT operations.
  • Compiled HUMINT reports from field Intelligence Collectors for dissemination to intelligence community.
  • Produced intelligence reports in response to critical and priority HUMINT/Counter Intelligence requirements.
  • Provided analysis of source meetings and detainee interrogations to Tactical HUMINT Teams
  • Identify potential HUMINT collection opportunities for overt and controlled operations.
  • Participated in HUMINT gathering in various strategic and tactical environments.
  • Maintain development of HUMINT collection plan supporting overall intelligence collection.
  • Evaluated numerous HUMINT Sources actively reporting within Baghdad.
  • Performed intelligence oversight for HUMINT intelligence activities.
  • Developed HUMINT exploitation guidance and debriefing strategies.

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12. Threat Assessments

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Here's how Threat Assessments is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Formulated creative strategic intelligence analysis and threat assessments by heading internal and external small working groups across operational units.
  • Analyzed operational environment to maintain accurate threat assessments of insurgent groups active within Area of Responsibility.
  • Provide specialized threat assessments and relevant intelligence products in support of senior leader requests.
  • Performed advance threat assessments and conducted timely research in order to fulfill contract obligations.
  • Work with different divisions to provide well-developed threat assessments on individuals and situations.
  • Conducted threat assessments for movements pertaining to Distinguished Visitors and Congressional Delegations.
  • Collaborated with national level stakeholders to complete 3 National Security Threat Assessments.
  • Provided real-time threat assessments during large-scale training exercises.
  • Produced value-added National Special Security Events threat assessments.
  • Conducted threat assessments and recommendations for building security.
  • Generated briefings and strategic threat assessments.
  • Correlated and interpreted Command, Control Warfare intelligence then provided foreign space system threat assessments for use during contingencies and exercises.
  • Developed threat assessments supporting senior command visits to foreign countries, and deployment missions to ensure the safety of personnel.
  • Maintained a current knowledge of foreign affairs and accomplished routine threat assessments and other threat related products as required.
  • Researched and presented several force protection and threat assessments for missile defense agency assets located around the world.
  • Assigned multiple state drug threat assessments for policymakers to successfully produce 8 within a one year period.
  • Develop weekly intelligence summaries & IO threat assessments /conduct executive level briefings to senior command - Exp.
  • Produced threat assessments, targeting nominations, social and network diagrams, area studies and intelligence estimates.
  • Assessed risk to friendly troop nations through threat analysis, intelligence trends, and threat assessments.
  • Coordinated technical risk analysis and intelligence threat assessments for 110 separate locations throughout the world.

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13. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Applied unique skills and experience to adapt proven DoD intelligence fusion techniques to strategic drug intelligence and law enforcement operational support.
  • Coordinated with DOD national-level agencies and field service representative contractors for operational upgrades and documented operation history and system errors.
  • Processed DoD and industrial security clearances, provided access control, performed over 1000 indoctrination and processing indoctrination assist messages.
  • Increased collaboration via daily Liaison with Republic of Korea counterparts and contacts within the DoD and national-level intelligence agencies.
  • Managed customer requests and exploited full motion video, with second-phase imagery reporting in support of DoD intelligence operations.
  • Achieved synchronization of opinion across multiple IC and DoD organizations that provide critical recommendations to senior government leadership.
  • Analyze and assess DOD mission security activities, disaster preparedness, and personnel recovery of major subordinate commands.
  • Supervised and trained 6 Special Forces Intelligence Sergeants in intelligence production and analysis coherent with DoD Regulations.
  • Reviewed numerous DoD instructions related to technology risk assessments to absorb IC requirements on protecting U.S. technology.
  • Participated in coordinating and monitoring the overall current DoD intelligence production effort in assigned area of responsibility.
  • Coordinate classification and declassification with other DoD and national agencies, Military Departments, and Combatant Commands.
  • Ensured coordination with the Intelligence Community and DOD to ensure accuracy of analysis and widest product dissemination.
  • Provided counter terrorism support for all-source analysis of terrorist activities and actions against DOD interests.
  • Established harmonious working relationships with DoD and Federal counterintelligence, law enforcement, security components.
  • Supported DoD anti-personnel landmine and small arms policy-makers and negotiators with research and analysis.
  • Perform physical security assessments in compliance with DoD physical security policies and procedures.
  • Researched intelligence threats to all DoD personnel to facilitate information sharing agency wide.
  • Provided all-source counterintelligence analysis of the foreign intelligence threats to DoD supply chains.
  • Coordinated and disseminated results of data mining initiatives across DoD and Intelligence Community.
  • Identified intelligence gaps for targeting capabilities and recommends collection efforts for DoD.

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14. Situational Awareness

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Here's how Situational Awareness is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Maintained Global Situational Awareness (GSA) in order to quickly and accurately advise commanders/decision-makers on possible enemy courses of action.
  • Research, analyze, and disseminate all-source intelligence to squadron commander and leadership to provide situational awareness on developing political/military issues.
  • Advised the battalion staff on all security related matters including threat assessment for current/future operations and maintained continuous real-time situational awareness.
  • Prepared and briefed time sensitive tailored intelligence reports for operational decision-making and situational awareness to field grade and senior officers.
  • Manned Counter-space Operations Cell Watch Desk; maintained situational awareness of key warnings and indications of significant space intelligence events.
  • Developed and disseminated Intelligence products to commanders for situational awareness while assisting deployed unit in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Prepared and delivered daily situational awareness and intelligence update briefings to General officers and intelligence partners Intelligence Support Team Leader.
  • Reviewed daily message traffic and participated in daily operations briefs, ensuring all watch components maintained situational awareness of theater.
  • Analyzed and exploited intelligence information, developed targets, and provided situational awareness for operations and key leadership personnel.
  • Analyzed and fused information into formalized intelligence products; supported Pacific Regional situational awareness during real-world and exercise operations.
  • Maintained situational awareness of activity and threats of select military installations in order to support rapid response teams.
  • Performed trending and data analysis of multiple intelligence sources to provide a cohesive report to deliver situational awareness.
  • Developed 357 Intelligence Joint Command Current Operations summaries with all source intelligence significantly improving the Battle-Space situational awareness.
  • Analyzed and developed numerous targets that increased situational awareness of enemy networks for operational and strategic decision making.
  • Maintained situational awareness of current terrorist threat information and understanding of terrorist methods, operations and structures.
  • Reviewed technical and physical intelligence via non-secure and secure databases for situational awareness of embassies and consulates.
  • Disseminated 97 intelligence products from the CENTCOM area of responsibility; providing national agencies with situational awareness.
  • Maintained situational awareness of events impacting our customers and working to improve the awareness of assigned personnel.
  • Coordinated with internal and external partners to maintain total situational awareness of target activity for AOR.
  • Maintain proper situational awareness of arising threats and global activity within the pacific area of responsibility.

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15. Cross-Reference Intelligence Records

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Here's how Cross-Reference Intelligence Records is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Used and maintained statistical tools to forecast outcomes and systematic, cross-reference intelligence records and files based on historical data.
  • Maintained systematic, cross-reference intelligence records and files for current and future operations.
  • Establish and maintain systematic, cross-reference intelligence records and files by reading message traffic from reports.
  • Establish and maintain systematic, cross-reference intelligence records and files.
  • Assess the significance and reliability of incoming information with current intelligence Establish and maintain systematic, cross-reference intelligence records and files
  • Establish and maintain systematic cross-reference intelligence records and files using numerous military programs and systems.
  • Establish and maintain systematic, PowerPoint, Blockworks forcross-reference intelligence records and files.

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16. ISR

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Here's how ISR is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Developed specialized skills to identify, analyze, and facilitate the penetration and disruption of international organizations and networks posing threats.
  • Identify adversary strategy and intent employing nuclear assets to disrupt or disable U.S. force capability through high-altitude electromagnetic microwave detonation.
  • Composed weekly reports of Levant specific events and security themes that could potentially affect business continuity in Israel.
  • Ensured seamless collection throughout operation by facilitating cohesion between CJ2 Analyst and CJ2 ISR Collection Requirements Managers.
  • Presented ISR semi-complex to complex capabilities to service commanders intent within their defined area of responsibility.
  • Briefed Air Force 3-star general on Collection management and ISR peacetime/wartime positions and capabilities.
  • Collaborated with multiple military units using all-source intelligence leading to enemy activity disruption.
  • Provided predictive analysis to disrupt centers of gravity engaged in threat finance.
  • Communicated with higher level echelons to distribute and manage non-organic ISR assets.
  • Participated extensively in requesting, utilizing, and evaluating ISR assets.
  • Integrated ISR requirements to support full-spectrum Cyberspace planning and operations.
  • Authored maritime investigation reports that disrupted illicit business activities.
  • Utilized the Planning Tool for Resource Integration, Synchronization, and Management (PRISM) to synchronize ISR requirements and collection priorities
  • Prepared material for and analyze post mission products in support of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions.
  • Created, developed, implemented and adjusted the ISR Synchronization plan to manage all CJTF theater level aerial intelligence gather assets.
  • Coordinated daily air Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) support for target development and operational execution and monitoring.
  • Produced intelligence products derived from C4ISR systems in support of route clearance and construction companies for immediate and precise action.
  • Authored numerous types of reports to include quick-turn around analysis for specific events and deployment summaries for RC-135 ISR platforms.
  • Coordinated 2100 theater organic ISR assets for Task Force Commander and maximized ISR assets through the Combined Air Operations Center.
  • Coordinated and tracked Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets in support of OIF VI&VII.

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17. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Present at over 20 indirect fire attacks on airfield and assisted security personnel in determining location of insurgents conducting attacks.
  • Provided security briefings to generals and other national security personnel.
  • Delivered training, mentoring and assessment for security personnel across ranks and level of management within the Army.
  • Supervised security personnel stationed at the entry point to the Tactical Operations Center (TOC).
  • Arrange security personnel for trips assessed as being high risk.
  • Supported DS crisis contingency operations as required, and provided tangential technical support to Department security personnel deployed internationally.
  • Consulted and trained thousands of law enforcement and security personnel across the world on terrorism benchmarking and behavioral analysis.
  • Provided guidance and training to subordinate commanders, staff officers and security personnel on the personnel security program.

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18. Cyber

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Here's how Cyber is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided policy makers with all source intelligence products pertaining to violent extremist organizations and their use of cyberspace.
  • Conducted intelligence analysis on information operations for a variety of USCYBERCOM Operations for theater level execution.
  • Lead threat intelligence analyst for Cyber4Sight commercial threat intelligence managed service.
  • Provide all-source intelligence analysis to enable current U.S. and coalition cyberspace operations to include computer network operation (CNO).
  • Direct, plan, administer, manage, integrate and assess cyberspace operations.
  • Conducted research and analysis of telecommunications/cyber capabilities and vulnerabilities.
  • Enforce and practice cybersecurity by appropriately handling sensitive information on secured database for reviewing purposes only and deliver a better product.
  • Provision of linguistic and regional subject matter expertise support to Defense Intelligence Agency's Office of Counterintelligence's cyber operations office.
  • Collaborated data from worldwide NTI enterprise for kinetic and non-kinetic targeting purposes; identified cyber non-kinetic targeting opportunities to customers.
  • Identified specific foreign entities engaged in cyber-criminal acts by monitoring data and debriefed superiors with current-reportorial intelligence of daily threats.
  • Develop products such as travel risk assessments, security environment assessments, or cybersecurity threats and mitigation strategies.
  • Served as collector/analyst conducting Counter-Intelligence Cyber Operations in support of Department of Defense intelligence and force protection requirements.
  • Work in cyber intelligence analysis; process reports and disseminate Indications & Warning Intelligence information to concerned entities.
  • Subject matter expert of several identified cyber threat adversaries and perform duties regarding maintaining knowledge of adversary information.
  • Produce threat intelligence products, tactical intelligence, actionable intelligence, analysis with cyber security operations center.
  • Conducted operational analysis while on an extended temporary assignment for a joint Cyber and International Terrorism case.
  • Planned, re-organized and managed an approved re-delegation of cyber responsibilities for operations during the government shutdown.
  • Utilized web-based research tools and databases to prepare information papers in support of ongoing cyber operations.
  • Developed a cyber security business case for the Department of Homeland Security's Commercial Facilities Sectors.
  • Facilitated the administration of network security vulnerability assessments, enabling Air Force wide cyber-attack prevention.

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19. RFI

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Here's how RFI is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Coordinated with agencies to ensure support of airfield management activities.
  • Respond to multiple Requests for Information (RFI) from Afghanistan-deployed units; and facilitate the integration of future intelligence-handling systems.
  • Identified intelligence gaps and submitted Requests for Information (RFI) to higher headquarters and other agencies to answer collection requirements.
  • Coordinated the monitoring and answering of Requests for Information (RFI's), averaging 12 special RFI's per day.
  • Conducted refresher training on the RFI system for Country Team employees and assisted them in writing their imagery intelligence requirements.
  • Presented finished intelligence findings to commanders of each respective ODA team to answer RFI's and also to SOTF-92 commander.
  • Identified intelligence gaps, drafted requests for information (RFI) and specified collection requirements to fill intelligence gaps.
  • Answered Request For Information (RFI) and Foreign Release (FORREL) request in support of tactical objectives.
  • Performed strategic, operational, and tactical short-term analysis to satisfy senior management Requests for Intelligence (RFI).
  • Processed requests for information (RFI) and coordinated collection, analysis, exploitation and dissemination of information.
  • Created an RFI Manager SOP as the standard to aid follow-on managers in the performance of their duties.
  • Developed detailed Requests for Information (RFI) for multiple echelon assets to attain within their operational capacity.
  • Responded to time sensitive Requests for Information (RFI) from customers that required in-depth research and analysis.
  • Provided quick responses to request for information (RFI) from embassy customers on Iraq-wide security concerns.
  • Provided security for an airfield access point, with zero incidents over a span of 6 months.
  • Produced Requests for Information (RFI) and Intelligence Need (IN) statements for collection opportunities.
  • Identified intelligence gaps, prepared and submitted RFI's and collection requirements for theater and national responses.
  • Responded to RFI's, provided customer support and developed releasable information to pass to coalition forces.
  • Provided extensive research for various customers through a newly formed Request for Information (RFI) system
  • Provide liaison with the National Operations Center for Department of Homeland Security in intelligence RFI matters.

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20. Current Intelligence Holdings

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Here's how Current Intelligence Holdings is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Assisted in determining significance and reliability of incoming data by cross checking with current intelligence holdings and prepared/maintained the situation map.
  • Analyzed current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, assisted in the preparation of reports on captured enemy material.
  • Assisted in integrating incoming information with current intelligence holdings and prepared and maintained the situation map.
  • Receive and process incoming intelligence reports and messages, integrating with current intelligence holdings.
  • Analyzed current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
  • Assess the significance and reliability of incoming intelligence with current intelligence holdings.
  • Completed multiple deployments, integrating incoming information with current intelligence holdings.
  • Integrated incoming information with current intelligence holdings.
  • Integrated incoming information with current intelligence holdings to prepare and maintain a picture of the enemy situation.
  • Integrated incoming information with current intelligence holdings to prepare and maintain situational reports.
  • Performed integrations, compared recovered information with current intelligence holdings.

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21. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Conducted high-level cost benefit analysis on a weekly basis for senior level management, via Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel demonstration.
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations concerning area intelligence for high level delegations to make educated decisions and conducted briefings for high level delegations.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations explaining intelligence findings in detail and briefed those findings to officials, helping in pertinent battlefield decisions.
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentation used by Commanding officers to update General level staff of current events with potential for action.
  • Constructed basic and elaborate presentations and briefings using Microsoft PowerPoint incorporating graphs, charts, and animation.
  • Delivered PowerPoint presentations for security duties and responsibilities to use as training tools and information for personnel.
  • Delivered more than 200 PowerPoint-based Daily Intelligence Updates for 40 military decision makers, including general officers.
  • Conducted extensive research and briefed foreign terrorist organizations using PowerPoint and open source.
  • Created numerous PowerPoint presentations for training and operational purposes and conducted briefings.
  • Prepared graphic and PowerPoint presentations for staff officers and battalion officers.
  • Prepared PowerPoint briefings for executive management and colleagues on my program.
  • Researched, analyzed and prepared concise PowerPoint and written executive summaries.
  • Summarized findings and provided recommendations for clients in PowerPoint presentations.
  • Develop and deliver PowerPoint presentations for classified briefings.
  • Created daily Commander Briefs using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Created in depth Intelligence products through PowerPoint and other means for operations which affected an organization of more than 600 personnel.
  • Worked daily with Microsoft Office Software to prepare word documents, excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations in support of Brigade operations.
  • Prepare comprehensive written reports and PowerPoint presentations in order to inform, educate, and provide intelligence to the Commanding Officer.
  • Collated intelligence & operations materials & assembled final product for mission briefing (PowerPoint), study, & use.
  • Assist staff with proof reading, formatting and data input on Excel Spreadsheets, PowerPoint Presentations, and Word documents.

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22. Probable Courses

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Here's how Probable Courses is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Facilitated analysis and evaluation of intelligence holdings to assess shifts in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
  • Analyzed and evaluated intelligence holdings to examine changes in adversary s capabilities, vulnerabilities and probable courses of action.
  • Analyzed and interpreted information collected on anti-coalition forces, determining enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities and probable courses of action.
  • Analyzed and evaluated new information to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities and probable courses of action.
  • Evaluated and analyzed intelligence holdings to determine enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
  • Use information derived from all intelligence disciplines to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
  • Assisted in the analysis and evaluation of intelligence holdings to determine changes in capabilities, vulnerabilities and probable courses of action.
  • Considered enemy Order of Battle holdings to refine collection tasks, enemy vulnerability assessments, and probable courses of action.
  • Analyzed records to determine changes in competitor's capabilities, strengths, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
  • Trained in all intelligence disciplines to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses
  • Determined changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.

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23. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Earned Army Achievement Medal and Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service, exceptional performance, and overall contributions.
  • Maintained strict security procedures, resulting in zero security incidents earning myself and my employees Commendation Medals.
  • Awarded the Army achievement medal for outstanding contributions to the units tactical analysis and administration.
  • Received Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding leadership in organization and technical expertise of intelligence systems.
  • Recognized by Commanding Officer with Joint Commendation Medal and Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for excellent intelligence support during four Peninsula-wide training exercises
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for professional expertise and initiative.
  • Awarded the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for assisting community organizations.
  • Awarded Defense Meritorious Service Medal upon separation from active duty.
  • Awarded Meritorious Service Medal and other decorations for exemplary service.
  • Received the Joint Service Commendation Medal for outstanding meritorious service.
  • Awarded AF Commendation Medal for his outstanding service and dedication
  • Received multiple Army Commendation Medals for performance and commitment.
  • Received the Navy Achievement Medal for professional military achievements.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service.
  • Received several medals for intelligence service.
  • Awarded the Vermont Commendation Medal, conferred as Outstanding Soldier of 2/172 Armor Battalion: 1993 & 1994, earned Vt.
  • Honored with the Air Force Commendation Medal for my tour of duty at the 3d Special Operations Command (2008).
  • Awarded Joint Service Commendation Medal from the Director of Intelligence for meritorious service for the Armed Forces of the United States.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal as junior Soldier for showing great initiative and potential during war preparations at Fort Polk, LA.

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24. Enemy Capabilities

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Here's how Enemy Capabilities is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Conducted analysis and evaluation of intelligence holdings to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable causes of action.
  • Research and analyze all-source strategic/tactical intelligence data gathered from multiple disciplines to ascertain enemy capabilities, potential threats and vulnerabilities.
  • Researched enemy capabilities and assets to provide subject matter expertise during leadership's operational meetings.
  • Enabled significant kinetic operations severely degrading enemy capabilities while mitigating collateral damage.
  • Established intelligence records and evaluated intelligence data to determine enemy capabilities.
  • Briefed superiors and maintained intelligence files on enemy capabilities and vulnerabilities.
  • Produced multiple foreign space assessment products to exploit enemy capabilities.
  • Analyzed and evaluated intelligence holdings to determine enemy capabilities.
  • Present oral and written reports on general trends of enemy capabilities.
  • Analyzed and evaluatedintelligence holdings to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probablecourse of action.

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25. Arcgis

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Here's how Arcgis is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Unattended Ground Sensor System operator and maintainer -ArcGIS Program operator and maintainer.
  • Created customized imagery products using ArcGIS to support kinetic targeting of insurgents.
  • Assisted with the intelligence gathered from the effective use of the Iron Dome system in place as well as ARCGIS.
  • Validated known intelligence with data from multiple sources such ArcGIS, ArcMap, Open Source, Imagery derived from multiple sources.
  • Programmed 3 ArcGIS script models to make map production faster and easier with partner Syria Map Team.
  • Possess perishable skills in i2 Analyst Notebook, Web TAS, ArcGIS and Goggle Earth.

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26. Dcgs-A

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Here's how Dcgs-A is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Collaborated in a team effort to rewrite the DCGS-A SOP for distribution to forward units in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Enhanced research and analysis skills using multiple intelligence databases such as DCGS-A, ASAS-Lite, FBCB-2, Falcon View and Pathfinder.
  • Used Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) to interface with multiple partnered and outside agencies to collate intelligence data.
  • Utilized DCGS-A to support operations throughout the 19th SFG Area of Operations, in training and in real world missions.
  • Turned in Raven System, TIGR, and DCGS-A equipment valued in over $1,500,000 for reset and upgrades.
  • Trained students to use Distributed Common Ground System -Army (DCGS-A) tools to aid the analytic process.
  • Performed top of class during a Distributed Common Ground Systems-Army (DCGS-A) 120 hour operators course.
  • Received advanced training on intelligence software systems such as TIGR net, COIC UDOP, and DCGS-A.
  • Support the transition of CI and HUMINT DCGS-A requirements into the Program Managers System Specification.
  • Created intelligence products using TIGR and DCGS-A systems for Battle Update Briefs.
  • Leveraged DCGS-A and ASAS-L systems to support unit targeting tasks.
  • Completed HTML courses and DCGS-A training.
  • Created and troubleshot the first SOP of the DCGS-A 3.1 system.
  • Completed certificates in JICT, DAGR, DCGS-A.
  • Trained and proficient in the Distributed Common Ground System Army (DCGS-A), its associated programs and analytical tools.
  • Supervised, trained and mentored eight junior analysts on the production of intelligence requirements Senior trainer for DCGS-A
  • Managed DCGS-A system databases including TED, Share Portal, 2d ArcMap and Geospatial databases.
  • Trained and operated DCGS-A during war fighting exercises Support company day to day operations.
  • Assisted in preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs on DCGS-A, ARCGIS, CPOF, Tigrnet and PALANTIR.
  • Demonstrated expertise with DCGS-A, MFWS, Palintir, CPOF, and Querytree.

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27. DIA

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Here's how DIA is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Researched emerging communications applications and multimedia applications.
  • Ensured video and technical collect was immediately piped into national databases for global analysts, consumers, and national policy makers.
  • Developed comprehensive reports, link analysis, social media analysis and data mining products using Microsoft Office and military specific platforms.
  • Monitored Alternative Dispute Resolutions for effectiveness and overall status, and reported all complaints and mediation activity within the Brigade Leadership.
  • Produced and coordinated intelligence assessments, collection requirements, and network diagrams in support of regional and transnational terrorism initiatives.
  • Briefed Coalition Forces Leadership on collected intelligence providing strategic and tactical insight for immediate operations and long term mission development.
  • Researched social media websites frequented and or administered by international and domestic violent extremists and prepared findings to Intelligence Bureau.
  • Designed, developed, reviewed and delivered technical documents and diagrams to internal leadership, senior leaders and community members.
  • Retrieve information that is secured on information systems and subsequently develop immediate and long term strategic responses to intelligence.
  • Identified information required for immediate processing and dissemination including support to ongoing or planned operations and force protection support.
  • Entrusted as key and lock custodian responsible for maintaining physical security and accountability of keys to sensitive classified areas.
  • Identified proactive methods of research not previously utilized by the FBI Indianapolis Division to increase intelligence product production.
  • Produced a DIA Defense Analysis Report regarding over-the-horizon targeting technology which was provided to the Secretary of Defense.
  • Participated in troubleshooting to isolate and diagnose common system problems; documented system events to ensure continuous functioning.
  • Analyzed and reported information in accordance with DIA policies and guidelines based on security classification of the information.
  • Diagnosed military operational requirements as part of calculation of functional/cross-functional military intelligence requisites and relationships to military operations.
  • Lead analyst for notifying management of any developments, threat, or time sensitive requirements necessitating immediate action.
  • Evaluated and monitored progression of facilitated security countermeasures utilizing security documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and diagrams.
  • Served as custodian of classified documents, documented and processed classified documents, and prepared documents for destruction.
  • Created and presented threat analysis, remediation strategies and other requests for information to stakeholders and executive teams.

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28. Centcom

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Here's how Centcom is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Prepared and disseminated targeting packets used in training exercises for preparation of expeditionary detachments to the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Documented activity and facilitated incident responses, coordinating network defense operations CENTCOM and the Department of Defense.
  • Provided targeting support for contingency and adaptive planning within USCENTCOM area of responsibility.
  • Coordinate Counter Terrorism intelligence information summaries with national level agencies and CENTCOM components.
  • Supervised and conduct all-source intelligence analysis for CENTCOM contingency countries.
  • Selected from competitive national applicant pool into USCENTCOM internship program.
  • Provide intelligence information assessment for CENTCOM target packages.
  • Support helped prepare the unit for operations in the US Central Command (CENTCOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR).
  • Provide both theater tactical support to forces in Afghanistan and actively support global strategic requirements for CENTCOM and AFRICOM JIEDDO analysts.
  • Advised SOCCENT Director of Intelligence in all phases of intelligence plans and conducted liaison between Special Operations and CENTCOM Intelligence Plans.
  • Provided Subject Matter Expert (SME) to US Marines in Central Command CENTCOM AOR of BAT operations and remote sites.
  • Updated both databases with current information involving HVI s in the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) Area of Operations.
  • Coordinated with diverse intelligence sources in producing a broad variety of intelligence reports and briefings concerning the CENTCOM area of operations.
  • Disseminated over 700 IESS imagery reports by exploiting national, tactical, and commercial imagery in support of USCENTCOM intelligence requirements.
  • Provide BEI support to deployed forces primarily in the CENTCOM area of responsibility and other customers of the NGIC BIP.
  • Analyzed/produced tactical and strategic reporting on AD Operations in the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) Area of Responsibility.
  • Represented the USCENTCOM Intelligence Directorate (CCJ2) Operations Division at conferences and working groups at CONUS and OCONUS locations.
  • Monitor and evaluate recent threats within CENTCOM areas of responsibility to identify common patterns within a country and or region.
  • Drafted and published intelligence integration and support to SOF operations for the battalion in preparation for future deployments to CENTCOM.
  • Worked in the joint environment to tailor and detail studies in support of theater personnel recovery requirements for USCENTCOM.

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29. Analytical Products

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Here's how Analytical Products is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Consolidated comprehensive information and developed strategic analytical products.
  • Supported both military and law enforcement agency missions targeting transnational threats along the southwest border by providing intelligence and analytical products.
  • Gathered, analyzed and evaluated information from a variety of resources, such as intelligence databases needed to generate analytical products.
  • Produced All-Source Intelligence analysis ensuring the fusion of information from all intelligence disciplines into finished actionable analytical products for the war-fighter.
  • Completed daily quality assurance of raw intelligence analytical products prior to dissemination to ensure accurate reporting of collected intelligence data.
  • Managed All-Source Intelligence analysis by ensuring the fusion of information from all sources and intelligence disciplines into finished analytical products.
  • Supply expert all-source research, analysis, and intelligence analytical products; maintain and update databases and identify intelligence gaps.
  • Created real life scenarios involving interrogations, report writing, and created analytical products to enhance soldiers training environment.
  • Proposed new and/or revised analytical products to alert decision makers to new developments and to meet customer requirements.
  • Determined the credibility, value, significance and relevance of the information analyzed to produce analytical products.
  • Prepare and present clear, concise, in-depth, all-source intelligence analytical products focused on military-capability developments.
  • Tasked with verifying the credibility and relevancy of developed information for the production of analytical products.
  • Develop complex analytical products with database source material to provide relevant intelligence for policy decision-makers.
  • Developed analytical products on anti-coalition forces which assisted in focusing collection of the organization.
  • Led team of analysts producing multiple-intelligence analytical products for executive-level decision makers.
  • Provide finished analytical products to meet operational objectives and identify investigative leads.
  • Provided BEI analytical products in support of intelligence exploitation and prosecution.
  • Develop strategic-level analytical products in support of the USCENTCOM Intelligence Directorate.
  • Provide expert all-source research, analysis, and intelligence analytical products.
  • Provide quality control as senior reviewer for all analytical products.

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30. Imint

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Here's how Imint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Analyzed IMINT and open source information and research, manipulate maintain and update electronic intelligence databases.
  • Collaborated closely with IMINT team at the Aerospace Data Facility, Colorado
  • Combined COMINT, ELINT, IMINT, and open-source intelligence to produce finalized reports on the operations and capabilities of targets.
  • Performed duties as Non Commissioned Officer In Charge (NCOIC) of the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment IMINT section.
  • Worked in conjunction with ELINT and IMINT teams to provide overall intelligence picture to adjacent military units.
  • Synthesized IMINT derived from all platforms at Distributed Common Ground Systems 1 (DCGS-1).
  • Provided monthly threat assessments on foreign nations using HUMINT, IMINT, and OSINT.
  • Applied OSINT/IMINT strategies for continuously upgrading current databases and keeping current on applicable technologies.
  • Performed mounted patrols of POO sites during counter-IDF operations to IMINT.
  • Conducted daily analysis based on IMINT and MASINT intelligence products.
  • Conducted IMINT analysis to produce SWEAT MS style area assessments.
  • Collected IMINT for marksmen assets during counter IDF operations.
  • Experience includes: The use of IMINT, MASINT, OSINT, COMINT and HUMINT information to complete products.

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31. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Brief senior client leadership on intelligence matters relative to Departmental priorities and coordinate as needed with representatives of other government agencies.
  • Review correspondence from the customer and other government agencies to determine retention value, appropriate file classification and indexing requirements.
  • Completed real-time intelligence analysis in support of U.S. Government agencies, and performed extensive historical analysis of national intelligence assets.
  • Coordinated with other Government Agencies to analyze geographical and historical data in order to both prepare and support future operations.
  • Coordinate with local law enforcement and government agencies to corroborate information dealing with possible terrorists, and terrorist activities.
  • Conduct crime intelligence analysis from different intelligence databases, and other resources, and disseminate to appropriate government agencies.
  • Maintained and published data related to transportation/mobile operations, and produced weekly/bi-weekly cables and reports for designated government agencies.
  • Analyzed and evaluated intelligence products from multiple government agencies, law enforcement organizations, and military units worldwide.
  • Managed security clearances for personnel to include coordinating with government agencies to ensure qualified personnel maintained security clearances.
  • Coordinate as needed with representatives of other government agencies and participate as required in multidisciplinary working groups.
  • Collaborated with Joint Command and government agencies to detain targeted terrorist individuals to weaken their terrorist organizations.
  • Collaborate with other government agencies and foreign intelligence services to identify information associated with subjects of investigations.
  • Provide daily mission board update briefing to organizational department chiefs, government agencies and military outposts.
  • Maintained positive relationships virtually with numerous other military entities, government agencies, and foreign counterparts.
  • Performed coordination with other Defense Intelligence Agency entities and government agencies to develop strengthened products.
  • Developed and instituted active shooter training with local authorities and multiple disciplines of government agencies.
  • Interacted with various government agencies and intelligence disciplines in order to acquire necessary threat information.
  • Coordinated with various government agencies ensuring availability of assets to support missions, and training.
  • Solved unresolved intelligence inquiries on real world information and reports for government agencies worldwide.
  • Worked directly with different cross-functional entities throughout multiple military branches and government agencies.

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32. NSA

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Here's how NSA is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided specific assessments on illicit activities between afghan government officials, insurgents and criminals; defining how monetary transactions are conducted.
  • Provided and conducted surveillance & reconnaissance, All-Source link analysis, document exploitation, commodity/financial transaction analysis and drug-trafficker case construction.
  • Administered dissemination of intelligence products to inter-agency analysts, including National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security.
  • Performed all emergency actions related to activities and actions against DOE/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) interests.
  • Review and disposition incoming and outgoing wire transactions to identify potential matches to sanctioned individuals and entities.
  • Process adjustment transactions using Asset Tracking Logistics and Supply System to maintain an accurate Consolidated Memorandum Receipts.
  • Conducted interviews and performed in-depth analysis of customer transaction patterns using a monitoring software program.
  • Monitored transactions through various systems/applications to detect suspicious trends and activity on accounts.
  • Conduct analysis of suspicious activity involving consumer transactions that alerted via Mantas.
  • Facilitated escalations of potentially suspicious activities and fraudulent transactions to appropriate stakeholders.
  • Build targeting packages against individuals and groups performing suspicious financial transactions.
  • Performed daily watch operations for key government intelligence agencies including NSA.
  • Managed accurate financial transactions and handled all aspects of customer service.
  • Served as Intelligence Analyst for Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC) - (1-Star) Global Theater Operations.
  • Worked in a fast paced, 24-hour environment producing Request for Information reports in conjunction with NSA for deployed teams overseas.
  • Manipulated numerous databases on NSANET and responded to over 1000 requests for information, conducting in-depth research to accomplish mission objectives.
  • Created and preformed informative briefings to site leadership regarding upcoming events that will affect the performance of systems used at NSAG.
  • Develop and maintain procedures for submitting Information Needs (IN) and Research Information Needs (RIN) to NSA.
  • Maintained contact with counterpart Agency Emergency Action Operators throughout DOE/NNSA as well as the Intelligence and Law Enforcement Communities.
  • Analyze various account scans and real time monetary transactions for OFAC related matches to the special designated nationals list.

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33. Osint

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Here's how Osint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Mentored numerous Commands and junior analyst regarding OSINT and other intelligence disciplines.
  • Monitored unclassified/OSINT data for United States Pacific Command.
  • Produced over 100 Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) reports for the division commander using multiple OSINT and classified sources.
  • Conduct open source intelligence analysis to created OSINT products in conjunction to Navy, Marine and Air Force Personnel.
  • Served as the primary trainer and developer for OSINT and Social Media Analysis course for USCENTCOM J2.
  • Assisted in the development of new IED tracking system using OSINT databases to include Topsy and NetVibes.
  • Conduct extensive OSINT research to expose vulnerabilities and contribute to mitigation of both inside and outside threats.
  • Conducted daily open source research for use with the daily OSINT product, CyberNotes.
  • Acquired, analyzed, and disseminated open source intelligence (OSINT).
  • Identified current trends in IED activity utilizing both classified and OSINT databases.
  • Collected, evaluated and analyzed intelligence via OSINT means and methods.
  • Manage team of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) analysts.
  • Initiated a non-attribution system for OSINT collection.
  • Expanded the number of OSINT software tools for the team.
  • Utilized Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) to gather information regarding fraud and supplychain for in-depth investigative purposes.
  • Experience with OSINT related databases/tools - Jane's, Lexis-Nexis, OSIS, Proquest, EBSCO Host

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34. M3

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Here's how M3 is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Verified and coordinated 150 visit requests for both foreign and US personnel through JPAS and message traffic M3.
  • Used all Microsoft Office products, M3 and Analyst Notebook on a daily basis.
  • Evaluated, data-based, and identified future product creations using M3 and DCGS-A software.
  • Utilize M3 to created inquiries for specific research and product creation.
  • Researched theater specific CI information utilizing, M3, PATHFINDER, TED, and QUERY TREE on JWICS and SIPRNET systems.
  • Use of several databases: JWICS; PATHFINDER; M3 ANALYST NOTEBOOK: NIPRNET and SIPRNET
  • Researched raw intelligence across multiple databases using tools such as M3, Pathfinder, Query Tree, Wise, and Intelink.
  • Used M3, Analyst Notebook, and Palantir (sophisticated intelligence database tools) daily to maintain 70 local leader packets.
  • Experienced in open source collection, research/investigation utilizing Palantir, HOTR, M3, TAC, DCGS-A and Google Earth.
  • Monitored 5,000+ RC-West messages via M3, highlighting the key messages and disseminating them in a timely fashion.
  • Used AMHS, Anchory/Maui, ARC GIS, JWICS, M3, DGIF, Google Earth, C2PC Microsoft Office daily.
  • Trained and experienced in various query and geospatial tools including M3, MPS, HOTR, DCGS-A, and Palantir.
  • Used analytical software tools Analyst Notebook, Palantir, NodeXL, M3, TAC, Google Earth, and ArcGIS.

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35. Analytical Support

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Here's how Analytical Support is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided analytical support to CITP including producing assessments and target support in collaboration with analysts involved in the counter insurgency mission.
  • Provide analytical support, communications guidance, facilitation services, technical services and functional expertise to support ongoing VSP activities.
  • Provide investigative analytical support, data entry, and law enforcement database research to determine legal status of non-resident aliens.
  • Provide all-source analytical support to senior military leaders; and orchestrate and validate the analysis and production of intelligence products.
  • Provided technical analytical support to deployed Central Command intelligence analysts interpreting incoming signal information to create new database solutions.
  • Honored with distinguished medal for provision of key analytical support leading to the positive location of two captured personnel.
  • Provided analytical support on implementation, technical and policy issues related to counter-proliferation, targeting and arms control.
  • Supervised one of five detainee screening facilities, to provide time sensitive analytical support to SOCOM Counter-Terrorism operations.
  • Provided intelligence analytical support to the interrogation team during development and execution of the interrogation plan/cycle.
  • Provided technical and analytical support to senior personnel using various law enforcement and intelligence databases.
  • Produced current and longer term intelligence products, providing analytical support to operations and exercises.
  • Provided analytical support to evidence based planning operations with partnered allied military forces.
  • Delivered consistently high levels of analytical support for documentation and management of databases.
  • Provided logistical and analytical support to PayPal's Central Security Control.
  • Provided Counter-Intelligence analytical support to Joint Counter Intelligence Unit - Iraq.
  • Provided analytical support by researching person-to-person links for law enforcement.
  • Provide critical intelligence and analytical support to the program manager.
  • Provided analytical support and created informed recommendations for counterintelligence cases.
  • Provide CTF intelligence and finance-specific analytical support for USAFRICOM.
  • Provided detailed analytical support to specific case requests.

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36. Signals Intelligence

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Here's how Signals Intelligence is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Executed Intelligence production and reported on Signals Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Electronic Intelligence.
  • Produced and delivered intelligence products, risk analyses and strategic assessments from scrutinizing technical data and signals intelligence big data.
  • Received intelligence fundamentals and collection disciplines in human intelligence, imagery intelligence, signals intelligence, and modeling and simulation.
  • Trained incoming personnel in intelligence database management, signals intelligence/voice communications analysis, and nation level intelligence reporting procedures.
  • Provided guidance and quality control oversight to Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence and All-source Intelligence reporting and product development.
  • Contributed to development of new Signals Intelligence capabilities for naval units through Digital Network Exploitation.
  • Utilized various Signals Intelligence systems to compile multiple data sources into actionable intelligence.
  • Provided reach-back support for tactical units and forward deployed expeditionary signals intelligence analysts.
  • Worked as Signals Intelligence Analyst at National Security Agency Texas.
  • Analyze and exploit signals intelligence designed to support counter-insurgency operations.
  • Directed 24-person signals intelligence team aboard deployed aircraft carrier.
  • Performed and managed electronic signals intelligence exploitation activities.
  • Used foreign language to translate intercepted signals intelligence.
  • Performed and oversaw signals intelligence collection.
  • Interfaced with signals intelligence collection equipment.
  • Shift lead for QC/inspection of vast quantities of signals intelligence reports, ensuring pertinent information was accurate and met report criteria.
  • Identified major Signals Intelligence producers and consumers while constructing thorough and appropriate Tag lines, requirements, indicators and working aids.
  • Performed testing for the Automated Collection Planning tool (ACP) utilized by Marine Corps Signals Intelligence assets.
  • Operated and maintained vehicles, signals intelligence systems, tactical radios and related equipment.
  • Conducted signals intelligence and reporting in support of Navy and Air Force reconnaissance efforts.

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37. IPB

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Here's how IPB is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Maintained connectivity with shipboard communications systems and performed first phase troubleshooting by applying knowledge of the network architecture and protocols.
  • Demonstrated both tactical and technical proficiency in IPB during organizational exercises.
  • Performed Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB), analysis of enemy Order of Battle, and terrain analysis.
  • Created Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) products to support training operations at the brigade and battalion levels.
  • Assemble and proofread reports while assist in consolidating them into military intelligence and IPB (Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield products)
  • Prepared Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) products such as the daily Intelligence Summary (INTSUM).
  • Supervised and processed IPB (intelligence preparation battlefield) planning with Non Commissioned Officers and Field grade Officers daily.
  • Analyzed tactical recon data for inclusion and update of the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB).
  • Prepared a variety of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) products in support of regimental mission.
  • Produced digital and analogue Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) products during staff level exercises.
  • Generated IPB and ASCOPE approaches on the rural and urban geographical conditions of the Area of Operations.
  • Participated Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) for Battalion level Staff and subordinate Companies.
  • Trained over 30 analysts in imagery analysis, imagery exploitation systems, and other shipboard systems.
  • Trained and evaluated company intelligence support teams as related to IPB in support of MDMP.
  • Conducted IPB (Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield) while using gathered information from all sources.
  • Maintained 30 Division Officer records, and tracked shipboard, warfare, and in-rate qualifications.
  • Prepared Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) Products for Special Operations missions.
  • Gained basic knowledge of the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) process.
  • Presented recommendations to shipboard leadership on how to improve deficiencies in the program.
  • Developed contingency intelligence specific databases, IPB products and working aids using ASAS.

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38. Collection Management

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Here's how Collection Management is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Performed collection management/surveillance/reconnaissance and provides advice.
  • Worked with system developers on Joint Detainee Management Information System to improve its functionality to support collection management and dissemination efforts.
  • Supervised, performed, and coordinated, collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence.
  • Performed and provided collection management, analysis, processing and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence to support the combat commander.
  • Create and maintain a Collection Management Operational environment where the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance efforts and outcomes are maximized.
  • Conducted WMD intelligence collection management for FBI investigations and operations, and published key findings to broader U.S. intelligence community
  • Developed first ever Collection Management Lesson plan; integrated into the Combined Air Operations Center training standard.
  • Background in collection platform capabilities, collection management planning, synchronization, execution, and assessment.
  • Directed collection management and drafted Intelligence based on analysis of Intelligence collection from other agencies.
  • Developed Collection Management course material in support of forward deployed Marine Radio Battalion Intel Analysts.
  • Performed collection management functions for theater wide tasking to ensure compliance with established directives/guidelines.
  • Experience in human intelligence and signals intelligence, plus collection management.
  • Provided secondary support to Collection Management and dissemination requirements within command.
  • Served as the non-commissioned officer in collection management cell.
  • Performed collection management and drafted technical reports as needed.
  • Performed collection management as needed to support mission requirements.
  • Coordinated with collection management to determine intelligence requirements.
  • Conducted collection management training to intelligence personnel.
  • Conducted Collection Management for Organization targets.
  • Served as Night Shift Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (NCOIC) of 4-2 SBCT Brigade Collection Management Cell.

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39. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Conducted local investigations on various Army personnel requiring access to sensitive information.
  • Briefed on a daily basis the intelligence summary to the General Officers responsible for US Army South executive decisions.
  • Prepared and presented CI/HUMINT threat assessments to deploying forces in support of US Army North (USARNORTH) missions.
  • Major work experience is with the US Army primarily trained as Intelligence Analyst, working with Top Secret information.
  • Trained the US Army troops and Special Forces Groups at Fort Bragg for their deployment to Iraq.
  • Reviewed US Army South (USARSO) intrusion detection system (IDS) logs during triage process.
  • Maintained stringent screening guidelines set forth by the US Army to detect anti US and coalition sentiments.
  • Served as US Army s subject matter expert on the Russian Airborne and army Special Operations Forces.
  • Conducted and prepared an Officer-level Intelligence Update brief for Senior Officers in the ROK and US Army.
  • Organized and implemented intelligence training requirements for US Army units, allowing units to meet training goals.
  • Established a working relationship with US Army, Air Force, Navy, and DoE personnel.
  • Organized training for personnel to assure understanding of security and intelligence requirements of the US Army.
  • Developed input and analysis into US Army training doctrine in order to best train soldiers.
  • Performed general other duties associated with the duties of being in the US Army.
  • Conducted daily briefings with highly classified information to Officers of the US ARMY.
  • Provided intelligence, which enabled US Army to maintain zero bombings.
  • Stationed in various Army Installations in the United States and Korea.
  • Served 4 years in the US Army as an intelligence analyst.
  • Engaged with US Army unit in Afghanistan providing HUMINT analysis support
  • Developed Brigade level intelligence training scenarios for US Army units.

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40. Information Security

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Here's how Information Security is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Administer the Physical Security, Personnel Security and Information Security programs for over three hundred military, civilian and contractor personnel.
  • Developed and introduced joint venture consulting program; information security consulting in tandem with international and political economic risk consulting.
  • Supervised, trained and evaluated seven Battalion Security Managers on their physical, personnel, and information security programs.
  • Preformed duties as personnel security supervisor, physical security supervisor, information security supervisor, and key control supervisor.
  • Initiated physical and information security inspections and upheld strict standards in compliance with military regulations for classified material.
  • Ensured organization was compliant with agency's civil liberties, information privacy, and information security policies.
  • Researched for senior management, information security and technology policy issues in the banking and financial sector.
  • Created and oversaw the delivery of workplace information security awareness programs, education and training within department.
  • Created and implemented standard operating procedures for V Corps Headquarters; focusing on Personnel and Information Security.
  • Acted as our unit subject matter expert for counter-intelligence functions, physical and information security compliance.
  • Maintained accountability of all classified information and ensured team adhered to all information security requirements.
  • Prepared and delivered briefs for over 200 personnel on information security and operational security.
  • Conducted quality control and release of time-sensitive reports, complying with information security protocols.
  • Directed agency Personnel and Information Security Program and coordinate with higher headquarter inspection personnel.
  • Initialized and trained Soldiers on the importance of Operational Security and Information Security.
  • Coordinated, maintained, and inspected, information security and operations security programs.
  • Reviewed information security classification guides for consistency with EO security classification criteria.
  • Disseminated local information security guidance based on higher level directives and regulations.
  • Developed and conducted unit-wide training on information security and Afghanistan cultural awareness.
  • Maintained organization s personnel, physical, and information security programs.

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41. Potential Threats

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Here's how Potential Threats is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Performed daily briefings to executive staff, informing current and potential threats to logistical operations within our area of operations.
  • Researched and reported on potential threats and vulnerabilities to upper level management in order to meet operational objectives.
  • Monitored intelligence activity in a given area of responsibility and supported or rebutted intelligence assessments of potential threats.
  • Identified information gaps and potential threats by evaluating relevance and accuracy of information gathered from intelligence databases.
  • Performed Data Analysis as and validated gathered intelligence about potential threats to U.S. military and allies.
  • Analyzed intelligence information collected from 20 Human Intelligence personnel determining intelligence gaps and potential threats.
  • Disseminated information to senior leaders regarding potential threats, breeches to security and technical intelligence.
  • Researched and analyzed data to make recommendations about potential threats and persons of interest.
  • Identify potential threats to clients by evaluating the relevance and credibility of information gathered.
  • Monitored high-risk areas and utilized available resources to report any potential threats.
  • Analyzed incoming internet traffic for potential threats.
  • Monitored reporting from the Intelligence Community, Law Enforcement agencies and open sources to determine potential threats to the United States.
  • Conduct strategic Indications and Warning (I&W) analysis to assist in predicting potential threats against the applicable networks.
  • Ascertain and detect potential threats through creating information gaps, along with the evaluation of relevance and accuracy of gathered information.
  • Monitored daily intelligence reporting in order to produce an outlook of all potential threats within the assigned Area of Operations.
  • Analyzed and monitored potential threats to US interests in foreign waters, serving as principle watch officer to strike group.
  • Alerted customers of potential threats and situations that could affect ground forces and area of interest.
  • Provided counterintelligence support to DTRA's foreign visit program which identified potential threats.
  • Displayed a strong attention to detail by analyzing potential threats to our country.
  • Utilize information given by collection assets to target potential threats.

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42. Direct Support

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Here's how Direct Support is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided direct support during complex operations to develop actionable intelligence against the highest priority threats to US national security and interest.
  • Maintained oversight on multiple terrorist networks; resulting products provided direct support to deployed analysts prosecuting terrorist organizations in North Africa.
  • Provided direct support to investigations through case management and analysis of all-source intelligence to identify connections and create operational leads.
  • Research, obtain, interpret and disseminate confidential investigative-intelligence information upon request in direct support of the investigative operations.
  • Graduated from Combat Direction Finding Operator and Direct Support/Ships Signals Exploitation Equipment Operator Courses.
  • Provided pattern-of-life analysis on targets of interest in direct support of SOF operations.
  • Developed, implemented, monitored and maintained Submarine Direct Support Analyst training curriculum.
  • Conducted operational testing and prepared direct support element teams for future deployments.
  • Provided all-source intelligence analysis in direct support of supervisors and government officials.
  • Provided direct support to agencies of Homeland Security.
  • Provide direct support to intelligence and artillery operations.
  • Provided direct support to five operational commands.
  • Utilized indications, warnings tipping and force protection reports; providing direct support to the Special Operating Task Forces SOTF.
  • Served as a threat subject matter expert providing direct support to the Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MISC).
  • Supervised six man Direct Support Elements as a Senior Operator, ensuring 100% coverage and support during mission.
  • Provided research on confirmed and unconfirmed overstays, as well as provided direct support in multiple special projects.
  • Demonstrated advanced knowledge of adversary air and missile order of battle, providing direct support to combat operations.
  • Provided direct support to US and Coalition forces located throughout the South West Asia Commands area of responsibility.
  • Provide all-source analytic support to the Direct Support Cell (DSC) and forward deployed location.
  • Deployed as an intelligence analyst in direct support to Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2006-2007 and 2007-2008.

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43. SME

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Here's how SME is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided assessment data to the White Cell Project Lead ensuring all statutory and regulatory requirements and other administrative directives are met.
  • Prepared and presented high quality assessments and documents and disseminated information through reports and briefs to senior leadership and decision makers.
  • Researched, analyzed, wrote, and produced predictive, actionable intelligence threat assessments involving targeted individuals/groups within the operational band.
  • Performed qualitative and quantitative strategic market opportunity assessments and analyses of key product category, geographic, and distribution channel opportunities.
  • Briefed Division-level decision makers on current intelligence holdings, emerging issues, threat assessments, and overall analysis of daily operations.
  • Passed timely mission data to mobile collectors for high priority Short Range Ballistic Missile events to enable system capability assessment.
  • Execute risk assessments and assist in the evaluation of assessment activities to formulate appropriate recommendations to give to upper management.
  • Prepared assessments and intelligence summaries of current threats based on sophisticated data collection from multiple classified and open source information.
  • Handled administrative duties such as producing training plans uniquely tailored to individuals dependent upon assessment and desired career goals.
  • Identified and assessed severity levels of high priority imminent threat assessments for high profile dignitaries during highly publicized events.
  • Provided analysis of significant activities to the Senior Intelligence Controller while developing scenario injects to adjust player audience assessments.
  • Developed safety plans, performed needs assessments, provided emotional support, crisis intervention and emergency services as needed.
  • Produced time-critical assessments on both political and military developments, counter-intelligence issues and integrated transportation systems in Europe.
  • Developed and updated monthly provincial assessments using multiple intelligence disciplines and conveyed the battlefield in a graphic representation.
  • Maintain awareness of foreign Integrated Air Defense Systems to provide threat assessments for pilots supporting combat operational forces.
  • Formulated over 1,400 assessments used to provide crucial and time-sensitive intelligence information to senior level intelligence officials.
  • Developed realistic mission focused scenarios that allowed sister units to raise training assessment from untrained to trained.
  • Reviewed personnel security files, counterintelligence databases, and conducted financial assessments on DOE high risk personnel.
  • Provided threat assessments and information packets for senior leadership prior to and during deployment to tactical environments.
  • Created spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and Country Security Reports, Business Assessment Reports and Security Assessment Reports.

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45. Geoint

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Here's how Geoint is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Provided essential input to the development of the NSG GEOINT Professional Certification Program process preparing the intelligence community for required certification.
  • Transferred GEOINT products between separately secured defense networks, ensuring the widest-possible dissemination of assessments.
  • Integrated GEOINT to effectively communicate.
  • Integrated GEOINT, IMINT, and MASINT capabilities to create tactical-level LiDAR-based intelligence products in support of planned military operations.
  • Analyzed GEOINT products to develop comprehensive reports detailing the order of battle of select targets within SOUTHCOM's AO.
  • Identified and analyzed raw intelligence (HUMINT, SIGINT, GEOINT and LE) into finished intelligence products.
  • Key member of research group developing simulations to test new tools and systems for all-source and GEOINT analysts.
  • Integrate intelligence derived through different sources (SIGINT, HUMINT, GEOINT) into intelligence products for briefings.
  • Used IMINT and GEOINT to construct storyboards, provide analysis, and brief commanders and senior staff members.
  • Worked in partnership with HUMINT, SIGINT, and GEOINT analysts for the production of weekly intelligence products.
  • Assisted in project to plot locations of specific foreign embassies using NGA and NSA GEOINT databases.
  • Mastered an array of proprietary and classified software for IMINT and GEOINT exploitation.
  • Performed real time analysis, dissemination, and reporting of GEOINT/Open-Source data.
  • Provided critical GEOINT support to several premier U.S. Intelligence programs.
  • Certified in DCGS imagery, AFSOC, and GEOINT analysis.
  • Developed and implemented C3F GEOINT Training and Qualification Program.
  • Validated multiple GEOINT targets and suggested future tasking.
  • Supported decision makers by fusing information from SIGINT/HUMINT/IMINT/GEOINT.
  • Obtained GEOINT Professional Certification-Fundamentals (GPC-F).
  • Fused SIGINT, HUMINT, IMINT, and GEOINT information to answer Requests for Support (RFS).

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46. Palantir

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Here's how Palantir is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Developed expertise using a Palantir-driven big data platform to sift through billions of rows of financial data and construct meaningful visualizations.
  • Used Palantir and Analyst notebook to carry-out link/network analysis.
  • Provided the customer with intelligence targeting packages and reports utilizing; Palantir, WISE, Proton, Clear databases and tools.
  • Conduct link and trend analysis for efforts tracking Foreign Fighters in the Middle East using Palantir.
  • Trained in various IC software such as Palantir, Google Earth, and Analyst's Notebook.
  • Assisted with the development of a training plan for CT-AVRS analysts using Palantir software.
  • Analyzed over 360,000 documents to create 8,000+ key events within Palantir.
  • Established the need for all Palantir work within the branch.
  • Subject Matter Expert as it relates to Palantir.
  • Experience with Analyst Notebook, Satellite Toolkit and Palantir
  • Use of Palantir to produce intelligence briefings.
  • Conducted critical all-source and counter-terrorism intelligence analysis using data Palantir, CT-AVRS, iBase,

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47. GIS

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Here's how GIS is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Monitored surveillance and detection systems while interpreting and evaluating tactical situations using GIS databases and making recommendations to superiors.
  • Coordinated data processing and logistical support for the G-2 staff, including intelligence dissemination and networked desktop systems.
  • Coordinated linguist support, transportation, and logistics for 20 personnel in support of an international military operation.
  • Monitored and analyzed high-interest activity using special-purpose databases and GIS mapping software at the Office of Naval Intelligence.
  • Worked closely with technologists to develop new tools specific to analyst requirements in order to streamline efficiency.
  • Project included development of a strategic sales and distribution plan incorporating logistical analysis.
  • Scrutinized classified chat rooms and provided real-time threat intelligence warnings to logistics assets.
  • Updated relevant databases to provide detailed target continuity information to tactical/national strategists.
  • Inventoried and recorded supplies manually and utilizing specified logistic software.
  • Educated senior leaders on logistical processes and requirements for training.
  • Direct logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.
  • Developed logistics demonstrations for the implementation of new technologies.
  • Managed logistical intelligence activities focused on rear area operations.
  • Supported senior ranking officials in logistics decision making.
  • Developed customer risk classification models using logistic regression.
  • Experience in logistics, inventory and accountability.
  • Interpreted complex legislation and regulatory policy guidance
  • Provided directives and synchronized logistical support.
  • Conducted distribution analysis using GIS software.
  • Soldier, record keeping, business and situation analysis, briefing, supply management, logistics, vehicle maintenance, soldier readiness

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48. Cidne

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Here's how Cidne is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Processed classified reports/messages and assisted in determining the significance and reliability of incoming information for CIDNE database.
  • Maintain high accuracy level to present the most accurate and up to date information for the parties utilizing the CIDNE network.
  • Exploited Intelligence reports derived from multiple sources to ensure essential information and events are recorded timely and accurately on CIDNE network.
  • Utilized intelligence systems such as: CIDNE, TiGR and M3, to provide accurate enemy threat assessments and recommendations.
  • Utilized search engines and databases on SIPRNT and JWICS to include M3, Pathfinder, and CIDNE.
  • Conducted daily trend and pattern analysis of violent activity using the CIDNE and TIGR databases.
  • Conducted daily research using CIDNE, SIGACTS, and M3 to support analysis and reporting.
  • Worked closely with developers to update and improve the IED database modules of CIDNE.
  • Conducted regular training with intelligence systems to include TIGRNET, DCGS-A, CIDNE.
  • Created event reports, using CIDNE tools to conduct Boolean and geographic searches.
  • Received and processed incoming HUMINT reports and messages, utilizing CIDNE and M3.
  • Utilized intelligence tools such as: CIDNE, C2PC, FalconView and Microsoft Suite
  • Subject matter expert using diverse HUMINT search engines such as HOTR and CIDNE.
  • Utilized Analyst Notebook and Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE).
  • Answer RFI's customers have about intelligence reporting within the CIDNE database.
  • Search through databases and targeting system in CIDNE and TIGR.
  • Supported as the CSOC, CIDNE/INDURE/WebTAS Instructor and Requirements/Knowledge Manager.
  • Provided database management on CIDNE and INDURE programs.
  • Worked closely with: Microsoft Office, Google Earth, CIDNE, TIGR, ARCGIS, BATS/HIIDE, and SIPR Net.
  • Utilized GIS, ArcGIS, TIGR, CIDNE, & CPOF for intelligence analysis.

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49. Military Operations

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Here's how Military Operations is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Collected relevant information by corroborated facts, validation of human intelligence sources and tactical questioning techniques in support of Civilian/Military Operations.
  • Generated quick response in task completion and thoroughness enabling increased threat reduction and intelligence dissemination for military operations in Iraq.
  • Trained in and operated classified computer systems, communications systems, and satellite navigation systems for military operations and maneuvers.
  • Conducted regular correspondence with Intel personnel throughout several levels whom facilitate Intelligence aspect reporting for military operations throughout RC-East.
  • Awarded two coins for superior performance in conducting training and military operations with multinational personnel in two foreign countries.
  • Performed highly detailed intelligence work on a national scale leading to the successful completion of numerous military operations.
  • Analyze military operational needs to determine functional and cross-functional military intelligence requirements and their relationship to military operations.
  • Coordinated meetings with other department leads; serving as a primary liaison between military intelligence and military operations.
  • Performed national level intelligence analysis and technical research in support of US military operations and national consumers.
  • Provide general linguistic support for United States military operations and interpret during interviews, meetings and conferences.
  • Provided all-source Intelligence and technical analysis across multiple user projects and communities in support of military operations.
  • Collected, researched, analyzed, and disseminated intelligence in support of military operations and training.
  • Gather, decipher, and analyze Top Secret/Confidential information regarding military operations both foreign and domestic.
  • Performed all-source intelligence analysis of enemy unit positioning in support of joint military operations.
  • Designed metrics and analysis techniques to monitor and assess threat trends affecting military operations.
  • Analyzed imagery and data from satellite and airborne systems in support of military operations.
  • Contributed to contingency planning, military operations, and other related mission planning scenarios.
  • Provide intelligence reporting products in real world simulations regarding current military operations overseas.
  • Prepared reports and briefings for U.S. and coalition members and civil-military operations planners.
  • Produced and disseminated products during military operations in a war-time threat environment.

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50. Trend Analysis

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Here's how Trend Analysis is used in Intelligence Analyst jobs:
  • Created multiple spreadsheets, tracking significant activities throughout multiple areas of operations and produced tactics and trend analysis reports.
  • Conducted intelligence briefings, trend analysis and supervised production of fused intelligence products.
  • Specialized in trend analysis, researching and collaboration with various intelligence assets.
  • Trained in all-source analysis, historical trend analysis, and predictive analysis.
  • Conducted, trained and supervised trend analysis utilizing multiple databases.
  • Provide statistical summaries and trend analysis.
  • Conducted trend analysis on regional targets unveiling specific topics of interest that provided mission planners insight of the target's capabilities.
  • Created products illustrating pattern and trend analysis depicting IED and IDF patterns by time, day and type of attacks.
  • Conducted trend analysis, and provided perspectives on local conditions and populations in the surrounding Operational Area (AO).
  • Conducted threat and trend analysis on the Korean Peninsula and South West Asia while attached to a Counter Intelligence Unit.
  • Authored post-mission summaries for use in larger reports and later trend analysis of insurgent activity based off of RC-135 data
  • Developed Pattern-Trend Analysis & Time-Event Analysis from over 400 former Detainees/Recidivists utilizing JDIMS, JWICS and sensitive search engines.
  • Produced daily intelligence products focusing on IED trend analysis and counter-IED analysis in support of daily command level briefings.
  • Provided detailed intelligence gaps and insurgent trend analysis to the Commanding General and Special Operations Forces (SOF).
  • Maintained logs to aid with trend analysis and pattern of life concerning target country naval and littoral units.
  • Utilized Arc Sight SIEM to perform security monitoring and build event, trend analysis and audit reporting.
  • Served as SIU statistical expert providing guidance for complex projects including proper sampling processes and trend analysis.
  • Performed trend analysis on variety of activities to ensure service standards are met and business systems function.
  • Researched vast amounts of raw data and provided concise IED trend analysis and assessments of IED-related TTP.
  • Recognized deficiency, suggested solution, and implemented 100% Quality Control and Trend Analysis program.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Intelligence Analyst

Intelligence Community30.9%
Military Personnel11.4%
Commander8.5%
Special Intelligence Reports5.8%
Combat5.4%
Security Clearance4.5%
Intelligence Data3.5%
Law Enforcement3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Intelligence Analyst

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Intelligence Community
Intelligence Community
23.8%
23.8%
2
2
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
8.7%
8.7%
3
3
Commander
Commander
6.6%
6.6%
4
4
Special Intelligence Reports
Special Intelligence Reports
4.5%
4.5%
5
5
Combat
Combat
4.2%
4.2%
6
6
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
3.4%
3.4%
7
7
Intelligence Data
Intelligence Data
2.7%
2.7%
8
8
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Sigint
Sigint
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Terrorism
Terrorism
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Humint
Humint
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Threat Assessments
Threat Assessments
2%
2%
13
13
DOD
DOD
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Cross-Reference Intelligence Records
Cross-Reference Intelligence Records
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
ISR
ISR
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Cyber
Cyber
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
RFI
RFI
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
Current Intelligence Holdings
Current Intelligence Holdings
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Probable Courses
Probable Courses
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Medal
Medal
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Enemy Capabilities
Enemy Capabilities
1%
1%
25
25
Arcgis
Arcgis
1%
1%
26
26
Dcgs-A
Dcgs-A
1%
1%
27
27
DIA
DIA
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Centcom
Centcom
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Analytical Products
Analytical Products
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Imint
Imint
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Government Agencies
Government Agencies
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
NSA
NSA
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Osint
Osint
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
M3
M3
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Analytical Support
Analytical Support
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Signals Intelligence
Signals Intelligence
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
IPB
IPB
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Collection Management
Collection Management
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
US Army
US Army
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Information Security
Information Security
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Potential Threats
Potential Threats
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Direct Support
Direct Support
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
SME
SME
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Link Analysis
Link Analysis
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Geoint
Geoint
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Palantir
Palantir
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
GIS
GIS
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Cidne
Cidne
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Military Operations
Military Operations
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
Trend Analysis
Trend Analysis
0.5%
0.5%

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