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Exploit Developer - Fort Meade, MD 20755)

Program Overview: Provide qualified and trained personnel for Capability Development which includes, but is not limited to technology research, vulnerability assessment, software development, capability integration, system test, and product maintenance.

Candidate shall provide on-site support in research and development of software designed to exploit vulnerabilities of adversary technology, algorithm development, script, writing and software utility development, analysis and reverse engineering of source code, software integration and testing, technical writing and documentation, and lifecycle maintenance of customer software programs.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in at technical discipline preferred, but not required
  • Expert in vulnerability analysis, JavaScript development, ARM/AARCH64 Assembly development, and C programming
  • Low-level operating systems experience for Android
  • Proficient with Reverse Engineering using tools such as IDA Pro, Binary Ninja and Ghidra
  • Full understanding of exploit mitigations such as ASLR, DEP, PXN, ROP
  • In depth knowledge of V8, JIT, WebKit
  • Active TS/SCI clearance with a current CI polygraph

 

Cartographic Analyst - NCE (Springfield, VA 22050)

Required:

  • 3 to 10 years of cartographic finishing, feature extraction from maps, charts or various imagery sources, attribution population, and related experience.
  • Knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS and PLTS.
  • Ability to geo-rectify maps, charts and carious sources.
  • Knowledge of NGA products and services.

Desired:

  • Experience creating, editing, and manipulating shapefiles, geodatabases, and features.
  • Ability to export data in multiple formats, predominately standard MILSPEC as well as shapefiles.
  • Knowledge of generalization rules.
  • Ability to use imagery for the purpose of natural chart compilation.
  • Experience combining digital cartography, computer technology, GIS, cartographic and geospatial production techniques, remote sensing, photogrammetry, and digital data formats.
  • Ability to order, manipulate, and interpret various types of satellite imagery used for source for feature extraction (coastline, etc).
  • Ability to perform manual or automated bulk quality checks.
  • Proficient in MS Outlook, Word, Powerpoint, Access and Excel.
  • Knowledge of symbolization rules (how symbols are used to portray features).
  • Experience working with geospatial data in a multi-user enterprise environment.
  • Knowledge of S57 data format.

Functional Specialist Advisor/Diversity Studies - NCE (Springfield, VA 22050)

This position will support the Government to apply deep subject matter expertise and develop new and update existing policies, procedures, strategic implementation plans as well as develop and deliver tailored training related to the ODE mission.

 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing the government lead with the following products, such that they are accurate (ideally with no errors) and signature-ready: (1) Internal and external briefings and reports, (2) Supporting documentation to include Standard Operating Procedures and guidelines regarding duties and responsibilities, (3) Meeting agendas and read-aheads, minutes and/or meeting notes, as needed.
  • Carrying out both primary and secondary (e.g., HRIS) data collection and analysis activities, interpretation of data and analytic results, data reporting, and development and vetting of recommendations.
  • Identifying data sources and data integrity, accessing the data, data analysis, and developing internal and external briefings and reports with findings and
  • Proficiency with social science research, and statistics/statistical software packages (i.e. – SPSS).
  • Clearly communicating data analysis, findings, conclusions, and recommendations through static (PowerPoint presentations and briefings) or interactive presentations (Tableau), and via written reports (e.g., white papers, memoranda, information papers, emails, reports).
  • Operating in an environment where a tolerance for ambiguity is required, juggling multiple tasks with competing priorities, and dealing with shifting priorities.
  • Using critical thinking skills during the execution of duties as necessary.,
  • Writing reports and presentations, and delivering reports and presentations to a variety of audiences, including senior leaders.
  • Utilize and develop queries and reports from the HRIS system (PeopleSoft), CAVE, and Cognos using appropriate reporting tools (Microsoft Office tools, IBM SPSS), and analyze data using descriptive (e.g., means, percentages) and inferential statistics (e.g., ANOVA, t-test, regression modeling techniques).
  • Create, analyze, and administer surveys using appropriate survey design, survey sampling methodologies and analyze survey data using statistical techniques.
  • Perform other evaluation methodologies such as focus groups, semi-structured and structured interviews, HRIS data analysis and reporting, and other secondary analyses of existing data.
  • Collect and analyze data, and report on findings with respect to triggers and barriers to equal employment opportunities and an inclusive workplace; the current and historical status of the agency using workforce metrics; and employee sentiment (e.g., awareness of and satisfaction with agency programs and policies).
  • Administer quality control and process improvement activities, including data entry and data cleanup.
  • Display analytic results in text and visually using appropriate reporting tools (Microsoft Office tools, IBM SPSS), and communicate results to audiences at all levels.
  • Write and maintain supporting documentation, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and guidelines for data cleaning and process documentation.
  • Support annual, quarterly, and ad hoc internal and external reporting requirements for the agency by preparing and delivering briefings and reports as needed for both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Participate in meetings with ODE and partners (to include leaders at all levels of the agency and others, as needed) related to diversity and inclusion and/or data topics.
  • Participate in agency, IC, and Federal Government working groups as
  • The contractor/analyst shall acknowledge all customer requests within four business hours depending on the request.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Experience and demonstrated ability to extract and synthesize complex information to prepare briefings, staff material, read-aheads, presentations, and other material as required.
  • Two to three years’ experience and demonstrated ability with appropriate research tools such as Microsoft Office tools, or IBM SPSS.
  • Experience utilizing both human capital data (e.g., promotion, attrition rates, internal churn) and diversity and inclusion topical areas (e.g., unconscious bias) are required.
  • Possess a Bachelors Degree or higher in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Operations Research, Statistics, or a similar field with quantitative workforce analytics experience.
  • Experience conducting qualitative and quantitative data analysis using descriptive (e.g., means, percentages) and inferential statistics (e.g., ANOVA, t-test, regression modeling techniques), making data-driven conclusions, and turning the findings into meaningful and or actionable recommendations.
  • Possess at least eleven years related experience in the social science or workforce diversity related field.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience performing significant staff officer duties with little to no supervision.
  • Demonstrated experience interacting with senior-level directors and/or agency heads/senior leadership.

Security Clearance Requirements:

  • Active TS/SCI

Imagery Analyst - NCE (Springfield, VA 22050)

  • Active TS/SCI
  • 3-10 years of relevant experience
  • A bachelor’s degree in a field related to the support services may count for up to four years of this experience
  • Imagery analysis experience in the Intelligence Community at the national level.
  • Attended either the Geospatial Intelligence Training Program or equivalent.
  • Demonstrates good oral and written communication skills.
  • In-depth knowledge of the following systems and software programs: (REMOTEVIEW, IEC, NES, and common office software to include
  • PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, word processing)
  • Strong knowledge of the intelligence collection process to include the government customer’s relationships with other IC Agencies.
  • Knowledgeable of multi-spectral imagery exploitation.
  • Ability to brief senior staff officers to affect decisions.
  • Work cooperatively as a team member and provide guidance to analysts to build effective customer relationships.
  • Knowledge of terrorism-associated issues.
  • Identifying military installations
  • Identifying military infrastructure and order of battle analysis
  • Conducting historical imagery research
  • Using all existing type of commercial and NTM imagery
  • Conducting search missions with software tools
  • Operating IES softcopy exploitation workstations
  • Using NES/Cedalion for research and reporting
  • Using MIDS-IDB for research
  • Creating graphics products from imagery sources
  • Using IC and NGA classification guides
  • Using Microsoft Office Suite

GEOINT Analysis (Instructor) - Springfield VA

Deliver in-resident and distance learning instructional programs in accordance with course requirements. Use instructional methods, including guided discussions, lectures, demonstrations, small group exercises, seminars, workshops, and laboratories. Employ instructional technology in instruction and training, including Blackboard. Leverage assessment strategies in accordance with the course design, including instructor observation, testing, grading, and providing formal and informal student feedback. Apply subject matter expertise in the curriculum creation process, including content review and feedback to development staff. Teach instructional courses and leverage expertise in developing and delivering technical training and educational courses in academic, commercial, government, or industrial organizations, Apply expertise in geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) sciences, technology, and data science. This position requires the ability to travel.

Basic Qualifications:
-Experience as a GEOINT instructor and trainer
-Experience in a government operating environment, including the intelligence community (IC) and DoD
-Knowledge of geospatial data and imagery analysis, including how to use image science, analytic methods, data science, opens source research, and human geography to characterize events, discover relationships and trends, and produce GEOINT
-Knowledge of national imagery exploitation processes, policies, and production cycles and the principles and applications of geographic information systems
-Knowledge of the breadth of the GEOINT products and service that the client
-Knowledge of GEOINT tradecraft and learning
-Ability to travel up to 50% of the time
-Active TS/SCI clearance; willingness to take a polygraph exam
-HS diploma or GED and 6 years of experience in a professional or military environment or BA or BS degree and 3 years of experience in a professional or military environment

Additional Qualifications:
-Experience as an in-resident and distance learning instructor for a US government agency
-MA or MS degree in Science
-Course Instruction or Teaching Certification

GEOINT Analysis (Instructor Mid) - Springfield VA

Deliver in-resident and distance learning instructional programs in accordance with course requirements. Use instructional methods, including guided discussions, lectures, demonstrations, small group exercises, seminars, workshops, and laboratories. Employ instructional technology in instruction and training, including Blackboard. Leverage assessment strategies in accordance with the course design, including instructor observation, testing, grading, and providing formal and informal student feedback. Apply subject matter expertise in the curriculum creation process, including content review and feedback to development staff. Teach instructional courses and leverage expertise in developing and delivering technical training and educational courses in academic, commercial, government, or industrial organizations. Apply expertise in geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) sciences, technology, and data science.

Basic Qualifications:

-Experience as an instructor or trainer
-Experience in a government operating environment, including the intelligence community (IC) and DoD
-Knowledge of geospatial data and imagery analysis, including how to use image science, analytic methods, data science, open source research, and human geography to characterize events, discover relationships and trends, and produce GEOINT
-Knowledge of national imagery exploitation processes, policies, and production cycles and the principles and applications of geographic information systems
-Knowledge of the breadth of the GEOINT products and services
-Knowledge of GEOINT tradecraft and learning
-Ability to travel up to 50% of the time
-Active TS/SCI clearance; willingness to take a polygraph exam
-HS diploma or GED and 20 years of experience in a professional or military environment, BA or BS degree and 5 years of experience in a professional or military environment, or MA or MS degree and 3 years of experience in a professional or military environment

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience as an in-resident and distance learning instructor for a US government agency
-MA or MS degree in Science
-Course Instruction or Teaching Certification

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