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Job Openings

As a member of The MASY Group, you will be part of a dedicated and highly competent Team focused on providing innovative, top-of-the-line solutions for our customers. It also means working at a dynamic, fast growing company that fosters professional growth and shared sense of achievement. Our culture and values are important to us, and we’re looking for individuals who will contribute to and thrive in the environment we’ve created.

Regardless of their professional background, our team members share great potential in the following areas:

Leadership. A keen ability to lead and mentor various teams within diverse environments to achieve measurable impact and positive contributions to an organization’s mission.

Solutions Driven. MASY teammates are focused on developing executable solutions and long-term focused solutions.  You must have superior intellectual abilities as well as a practical sense of what works in complex organizations.  We believe that custom solutions yield the greatest competitive advantage and value for our clients. Simply put, we view our client’s success as our own.

Exceed Expectation. We take great pride in exceeding client expectations in support of their respective efforts. This requires continued commitment, tremendous energy, strong communication skills, and the ability to handle nontraditional environments.

Global Perspective. MASY consultants share diverse cultural backgrounds and international experience that enables us to achieve a high level of international cooperation and effectiveness.

We encourage experienced professionals with an established performance record of achievement to explore current opportunities.

Strategy and Policy Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Quantico, VA

Description

The Strategy & Policy Analyst will be responsible for establishing and maintaining a strategy and policy analysis capability that can articulate the programs and initiatives offered by the USMC’s Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning (CAOCL) into strategic documents, orders, and directives.  The analyst will support CAOCL’s efforts to prepare for Congressional testimony and correspondence.  The analyst will assist the CAOCL in responding to Congressional / Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD) questions, inquiries and briefings. 

Qualifications

Prior service in the military (especially Marine Corps) is preferred though not required.

Education

BA or BS degree in relevant field (preferred)

Clearance Level Requirements

Secret clearance is required

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Intelligence Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Washington, DC Metro Area

Description

The MASY Group is actively seeking experienced Intelligence Analysts who hold some technical expertise as outlined below.  These candidates will support a DoD contract. 

Responsibilities

  • Applies intelligence analysis skills and employs knowledge of IC systems tools to respond to customers’ request for information (RFI); brief high-level customers and produce intelligence products.
  • Depending on position: If candidate has developer background (e.g. JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Python, Java, Visual Basics, or Perl), he/she will work with a team of analysts to develop new applications.  If candidate has GIS background, he/she will work to develop geospatial products and technical solutions as well as develop geospatial analytic methodologies. 

Qualifications

  • TS/SCI security clearance (we cannot consider you unless you have an active TS/SCI)
  • Junior: 3-5 years of experience; Mid: 5-8 years of experience
  • Intelligence analysis experience including gathering and evaluating reporting, and producing intelligence assessments.  CI, HUMINT, SIGINT, or All-Source analytic training and prior experience.
  • Experience with ArcGIS/geospatial skills; operations and planning support  
  • Experience in the Intelligence Community (IC) or DoD with a background in political-military analysis.
  • Highly preferred: CBRN/WMD experience.

Education

BA or BS in science/engineering

Clearance Level Requirements

Clearance Level Required: TS/SCI

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Cleared American Escorts

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group is currently hiring for a few Cleared American Escort positions for those that have a current TS/SCI (green badge preferred). Please do not apply if you do not have a current SCI.

Responsibilities

  • Escorting personnel for facility operations and other efforts

Qualifications

  • TS/SCI (please note that we cannot consider you for this position unless you currently have a TS/SCI)
  • Green badge preferred
  • At least 1 year of experience providing government escorting services

Compensation

Full-Time W2: $18 per hour

1099 Contractor: $22 per hour (employee responsible for all taxes, including self-employment)

Benefits

Full-Time W2: 80 hours of personal time per year (accrued), 10 federal holidays,

1099 Contractor: No Benefits

Schedule

  1. Patriot Park; Reston, VA – Full-time
    1. Start Date: As soon as possible
    2. Schedule: Monday – Friday from 0600, 0700, & 0730 (all 8.5 hours shifts, include 30 minute lunch)
    3. Number of open positions: 8
  2. ICC-B; Bethesda, MD – Part time (5 month contract)
    1. Dates: June 22, 2015 – October 30, 2015
    2. Schedule: Monday – Friday from 0700 – 1900, broken down to shifts
      1. 0700 – 1300 (6 hours)
      2. 1300 – 1900 (6 hours)
      3. 0700 – 1900 (12 hours)
      4. Number of open positions: 10

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Operations Security Specialists (OPSEC)

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group is searching for highly qualified Operations Security (OPSEC) Specialists to support a Department of Defense (DoD) contract.

Responsibilities

  • Apply strong understanding of OPSEC and related security principles
  • Provide help on a variety of security issues
  • Provide support to the development of OPSEC assessments and surveys

Qualifications

  • TS/SCI (cannot be considered for this position unless you currently hold a TS/SCI)
  • At least 5 years of experience in OPSEC

Education

  • Associates degree required; BA/BS preferred
  • Completed OPSEC awareness course or equivalent

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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HUMINT Targeting Officer

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for a HUMINT Targeting Officer position to support a Federal client in the Intelligence Community (IC). This position requires expertise in current IC research and analytical best practices and procedures.

Responsibilities

  • Provide HUMINT Targeting research, analysis and support to identify key capabilities related to military and civilian infrastructure.
  • Work within specific intelligence databases to draft written intelligence products in accordance with the ICD 203 standards.
  • Analyze and report on foreign source documents related to procurement of supplies, components, and materials to support Advanced Conventional Weapons (ACW).
  • Analyze, compile data, and make recommendations on weapons supply chain, foreign military operations, utilizing all-source information from a variety of IC resources and data sets.
  • Utilize advanced computer software tools, targeting applications, and techniques to understand relationships, linkages, and interdependencies, to identify intelligence gaps and produce draft and finished intelligence findings and task-specific products.
  • Work with selected members of the IC including the National Clandestine Service, Defense Clandestine Service, Department of Treasury, and the FBI in order to create well-researched and all-encompassing IC-approved intelligence assessments.

Qualifications

  • 10+ years of intelligence analysis experience OR specialized training and 8+ years of intelligence analysis experience OR a recognized subject matter expert in a relevant field.
  • Successfully graduated from a recognized targeting course (i.e. Fundamentals of HUMINT Targeting).
  • Recent experience using: IC databases and tools including, but not limited to the following programs: MIDB, Gemini, Proton, and Palantir.
  • Demonstrated and verifiable experience in engineering or technical background of military equipment.
  • Basic proficiency in reading and writing Farsi, Dari or Arabic.

Education

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI poly preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Counterintelligence (CI) Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group is looking for Counterintelligence (CI) Analyst candidates to support both Intelligence and Counterintelligence programs within the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

  • Analyze and assess the threats from sources including, but not limited to: foreign intelligence, international terrorists, and technological collection threats directed against personnel, resources, S&T, facilities, and programs.
  • Produce CI products using industry standards for internal circulation, and for external dissemination throughout IC.
  • Collaborates with the Program Director to contribute to the integration of field and headquarters analysis.
  • Prepare for and conduct oral presentations of ideas, facts, conclusions, estimates, and projections to a variety of IC personnel.
  • Prepare written communications and documents, including but not limited to: national security studies, reports, and policy recommendations at the direction of the CI management.

Qualifications

  • TS/SCI
  • A minimum of five (5) years of experience in intelligence analysis.
  • Extensive knowledge of CI tradecraft, analytic standards and integrity, methodology and tools.
  • Knowledge of adversary methodologies and collection interests.
  • Direct and current knowledge of the mission, structure, and key intelligence programs of the IC, to include tactical analysis in support of predicating CI investigations, all aspects of the intelligence cycle, international political, economic, and military matters as they impact U.S. national security policy and issues, and demonstrated core analytical competencies to include critical thinking skills, strong collaboration skills, and a customer focus to espouse counterintelligence issues with an analytical dimension.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Additional Consideration

  • Foreign language proficiency, written and spoken (such as Russian, Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, or related languages).
  • Special expertise, such as area or country specialization, foreign language fluency, or emerging science and technology research.
  • Possession of an active ‘Q’ Clearance.

Education

  • A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college related to geopolitical or national security studies.

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required to start; must be able to obtain a ‘Q’ clearance.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Counterintelligence Program Assistant

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group is currently seeking a Counterintelligence (CI) Program Assistant with recent experience working within the Intelligence Community (IC) and related CI support programs.

Responsibilities

  • Provides analytical support for the CI program as directed by the Program Manager.
  • Data entry for various CI databases.
  • Assembles and coordinates data in response to internal and external reporting requirements.
  • Additional duties as assigned to provide analytical support across the counterintelligence directorate.

Qualifications

  • Possess strong knowledge of IC indices database and related programs.
  • Experience supporting a program within the Intelligence Community and working knowledge of Executive Orders 12333, 12958, and 12968.

Clearance Level Requirements

Top Secret Clearance with CI Polygraph and active SCI preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Program Manager

Department

Department of Defense (DoD) & Intelligence Community (IC)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group is looking for a highly qualified Program Manager with specific expertise managing Counterintelligence programs within the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

  • Manages the contractual effort with a strong focus on project analysis, planning, and implementation to ensure responsiveness to the Counterintelligence Directorate requirements as outlined in the Performance Work Statement (PWS).
  • Support the overall contract plan by monitoring project team key performance indicators and outcomes relative to established tasks goals/measurements.
  • Liaise with Contracting Officer’s Representative and other corporate IN staff.
  • Prepare contract deliverables and detailed reports.
  • Complete logistical contract actions, such as contractor travel, training, time and attendance, and personnel actions.

Qualifications

  • A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in project management (projects of comparable size and complexity), which may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military.

Additional Consideration

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.
  • A Master’s Degree in Business or Public Administration.

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college in Public Policy, Business Administration, or related field.

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, ‘Q’ Clearance is highly desired

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Sr. All-Source Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide analytic and targeting support to U.S. Army counterintelligence and HUMINT operations. Analyst will conduct a variety of analytic activities and data queries on classified and unclassified systems to support ongoing and future CI and HUMINT operations; provide design recommendations on the effective and efficient system for targeting analysis.; develop and maintain close liaison with counterparts across the Intelligence Community that enable fusion of all-source intelligence that leverages multi-discipline expertise. Analyst will be required to provide high quality analytic products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders.

Responsibilities

  • TS/SCI Clearance
  • BA/BS
  • 12 years of related all-source experience
  • Understanding of the Intelligence Community
  • Familiarity with the HUMINT Operations Cycle
  • Experience using Palantir and TAC
  • Ability to collect and analyze all-source intelligence, identify gaps in collected intelligence, and interpret /evaluate information from multiple and sometimes contradictory sources
  • Experience in inter-agency coordination; experience in writing intelligence assessments; excellent communication skills (experience in briefing senior government officials)

Additional Consideration

  • Experience as a Targeting/Operational Analyst supporting HUMINT or CI Operations
  • Graduate of Fundamentals of HUMINT Targeting or equivalent course
  • Graduate of the US Army or other DoD CI Agent Course

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Language Enabled Analysts

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide foreign language-enabled all-source analysis, including research and analysis of disparate data sources from unclassified and classified sources. These sources will include, but will not be limited to, classified documents and open source materials in all common dialects of Arabic (all dialects), Russian, Chinese (all dialects), Persian Farsi, Dari, Pashto, Urdu, Korean, Somali, Swahili, Malay, Tagalog, and Urdu. Provide transcription, translation, and transliteration of data from foreign language to English and from English to foreign language in speech, writing, and type. Provide translations of technical and non-technical information using correct foreign language and English syntax. Provide expertise in foreign state and non-state threat actors. Research and write draft and finished operational intelligence products in accordance with client and community standards. Provide expertise in foreign state and non-state threat actors. Provide the client with cultural and regional expertise.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance
  • 4+ years of experience with intelligence research and analysis
  • Experience with open source research and methodologies
  • Experience in working with defense clients and combatant commands
  • Experience with fundamental intelligence analysis methodologies; formal training preferred.
  • Experience with the basic all-source intelligence analysis tools required, including TAC, M3, and WISE
    Knowledge of foreign military and intelligence structure and methodologies
  • Ability to demonstrate fluency in applicable foreign language, including reading, writing, and speaking
  • Must possess an Interagency Language Roundtable (IRL) Language Skill Level or DLPT rating 3 or higher in the areas of listening, reading, and speaking
  • Must possess 2+ years of typing in the applicable foreign language
  • Must possess technically proficiency with various operating systems
  • Must have 2+ years’ experience in handling classified information to include hardcopy and digital formats

Additional Consideration

  • BA or BS degree preferred
  • Former 35, 35L, 35F, 35M, 35P, 97G, or equivalent preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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CI/HUMINT Targeting Analysts/ Officers

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide direct targeting, lead development and analytic support to U.S. Army HUMINT and Counterintelligence operations and investigations. The Targeting Officer (TO) synchronizes the targeting process with the analytical enterprise and collection managers to develop target packages, operational concepts and plans. TO will perform the full range of CI and HUMINT targeting, strategy development, analytical research, production of briefings, charts, written assessments and oral presentations in support of target development; prepared and recommended operational utilization of sensitive capabilities in support of the Commander’s priorities and objectives; and conducted internal, inter-service and interagency coordination and de-confliction of targets and operational missions. TO will prepare counterespionage and counterintelligence targeting packages, summary documents and graphic representations of data, review case file documentation and evidence, and conduct threat analysis. The Targeting Officer will be required to provide high quality analytic products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders. Some travel (<5%) may be required.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • 5+ years’ experience conducting or providing targeting support to HUMINT/Counterintelligence operations OR
  • 5+ years’ experience conducting HUMINT/Counterintelligence all-source analysis
  • Experience briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
  • Knowledge of, conducting HUMINT/CI operations (MSO, CAP, CE, OFCO, CSO, etc.)
  • Knowledge with Intel Community (IC) databases and resources
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Additional Consideration

  • BA or BS degree preferred
  • Graduate of the DIA’s Fundamentals of HUMINT Targeting Course (FHTC) or Joint HUMINT Analysis and Targeting
  • Course (JHATC)
  • Knowledge of U.S. Army’s organizational structure and HUMINT and Counterintelligence missions
  • Proficiency with Multi-media Message Manager, Tripwire Analytic Capability, i2 Analyst Notebook, Palantir, and other
  • Intel Community resources, or the aptitude and desire to complete additional training as required

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Cyber Investigations Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide direct analytic support to U.S. Army counterintelligence cyber investigations and operations. Analyst will provide analytic support specializing in foreign cyber intrusions into US Government networks. Analyst will conduct a variety of analytic activities and data queries on classified and unclassified systems, such as threat assessments on US Army technologies, review sensitive electronic and hard copy investigative and intelligence community reporting; collaborate with internal and external entities; prepare counterespionage and counterintelligence analytic products; develop summary documents and graphic representations of data; review case file documentation and evidence; and conduct threat analysis. Analyst will be required to provide high quality analytical products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • Experience briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience and a demonstrated knowledge of cyber intrusion methodologies and modus operandi of Foreign Intelligence Services                                                                                                                    
  • Proficiency with M-3, i2 Analyst Notebooks, TAC, and other IC resources                                                                                                                  
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Knowledge of Computer forensics practices

Additional Consideration

  • Bachelors and/or Masters Degree preferred
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience conducting or providing analytic support to counterintelligence/counterespionage investigations
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience conducting counterintelligence and/or all-source analysis                                                                                                    
  • Network+ Certification
  • Security+ Certification
  • Certified Ethical Hacker Certification
  • Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification
  • Experience developing concise analytical products
  • Knowledge of Army’s organizational structure and counterintelligence mission preferred                                    
  • Experience conducting email, telephone and financial analysis preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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CI Investigations Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide direct analytic support to U.S. Army counterintelligence investigations and operations. Analyst will conduct a variety of analytic activities and data queries on classified and unclassified systems, such as review sensitive electronic and hard copy investigative and intelligence community reporting; collaborate with internal and external entities; prepare counterespionage and counterintelligence analytic products; develop summary documents and graphic representations of data; review case file documentation and evidence; and conduct threat analysis. Analyst will be required to provide high quality analytical products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders. Some travel (~15%) may be required.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting or providing analytic support to counterintelligence and/or counterespionage investigations                                
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting counterintelligence and/or all-source analysis
  • Experience briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Foreign Intelligence Services and modus operandi
  • Proficiency with M-3, i2 Analyst Notebooks, TAC, and other IC resources                                                          
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

Additional Consideration

  • Bachelors and/or Masters Degree preferred
  • Graduate of U.S. Army or other DoD Counterintelligence Agent Course preferred
  • Experience developing concise analytical products
  • Knowledge of Army’s organizational structure and counterintelligence mission preferred                                    
  • Experience conducting email, telephone and financial analysis preferred
  • Familiarity with the Middle East or Russian areas of the world

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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CI Source Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide direct analytic support to U.S. Army counterintelligence investigations and operations. Analyst will conduct a variety of analytic activities and data queries on classified and unclassified systems, such as review sensitive electronic and hard copy investigative and intelligence community reporting; collaborate with internal and external entities; prepare counterespionage and counterintelligence analytic products; develop summary documents and graphic representations of data; review case file documentation and evidence; and conduct threat analysis. Provide analytical support to Defensive Source Operations. Analyst will be required to provide high quality analytical products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders. Some travel (~15%) may be required.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance; Must be willing to take a CI Scope Polygraph
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting or providing analytic support to counterintelligence and/or counterespionage investigations                                
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting counterintelligence and/or all-source analysis
  • Experience briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Foreign Intelligence Services and modus operandi
  • Proficiency with M-3, i2 Analyst Notebooks, TAC, and other IC resources                                                          
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

Additional Consideration

  • Bachelors and/or Masters Degree preferred
  • Graduate of U.S. Army or other DoD Counterintelligence Agent Course preferred
  • Experience developing concise analytical products
  • Experience with US Army Defensive Source Operations
  • Knowledge of Army’s organizational structure and counterintelligence mission preferred                                    
  • Experience conducting email, telephone and financial analysis preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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CI Financial Analyst

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Meade, MD

Description

Provide direct analytic support to U.S. Army counterintelligence investigations and operations. Analyst will conduct a variety of analytic activities and data queries on classified and unclassified systems, such as review sensitive electronic and hard copy investigative and intelligence community reporting; collaborate with internal and external entities; prepare counterespionage and counterintelligence analytic products; develop summary documents and graphic representations of data; review case file documentation and evidence; and conduct threat analysis. Provide analytical support investigations by identifying anomalies, fraudulent, and unexplained activity in financial records. Analyst will be required to provide high quality analytical products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders. Some travel (~15%) may be required.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance; Must be willing to take a CI Scope Polygraph
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting or providing analytic support to counterintelligence and/or counterespionage investigations                                
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting counterintelligence and/or all-source analysis
  • Experience briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Foreign Intelligence Services and modus operandi
  • Proficiency with M-3, i2 Analyst Notebooks, TAC, and other IC resources                                                                                                                  
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting analysis on financial records and statements

Additional Consideration

  • Bachelors and/or Masters Degree preferred
  • Graduate of U.S. Army or other DoD Counterintelligence Agent Course preferred
  • Experience developing concise analytical products
  • Knowledge of Army’s organizational structure and counterintelligence mission preferred                                    
  • Experience conducting email and telephone analysis preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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OSINT Analyist

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Ft. Shafter USAPRAC HQ, Hawaii

Description

Provide assessments and reporting based on Asia-Pacific media in support of the US Army and pacific theater Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) requirements. Provide analysis and contingency support to current US Army Pacific (USARPAC) operations using openly available sources of information. Collect, research and analyze openly obtainable data. Review and provide interpretation, evaluation and integration of OSINT into All-Source intelligence and produce standalone OSINT-derived intelligence products. Interface and liaise directly with counterparts within the US intelligence community charged with OSINT collection, exploitation, and reporting.

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI clearance
  • 3-6 years of Intelligence Analyst experience
  • Bachelor’s degree /BS or BA
  • Knowledgeable in Asia-Pacific politics, foreign policy, military and culture
  • Understanding of the Intelligence Community mission, structure, and capabilities
  • Ability to show clarity using language with precision; construct a logical argument; summarize, analyze and edit content
  • Ability to convey complex concepts through written, oral, and graphic communications
  • Has good understanding of research analysis techniques and ability to apply them
  • Ability to analyze and evaluate research and interpret data to summarize in a report
  • Ability to accomplish tasks under short time constraints

Additional Consideration

  • Asia-Pacific-based language ability.

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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All-Source Analyst (Mid)

Department

DOD

Location

San Antonio, TX

Description

The MASY Group is seeking an all-source analyst to support the G2/470th MI Brigade Analysis and Control Element (ACE).

Responsibilities

  • Provides all-source intelligence analysis and regular briefings to Sr. Leadership
  • Responsible for research, analysis, presentation, and publication of all-source analysis in support of operationally deployed forces.
  • Manages multiple research projects by gathering Counterintelligence (CI), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) to support daily intelligence information papers, Defense Threat Assessments, intelligence briefs, and analytical support to military operations. 
  • Provide input to multiple client requirements, objectives, and client staff meetings. 
  • Conduct comprehensive research on complex topics either independently or as part of a larger analytical effort focusing on current events and long-term trends that impact client missions.
  • Manage the development of intelligence products derived from economic, military, and political activities, foreign military actions, and threats to regional stability. 

Prepare and disseminate general military intelligence products, briefings, studies, estimates, forecasts and assessments

Qualifications

  • 8 years of intelligence experience
  • Strong public speaking abilities; experience with / comfortable briefing executive level clients; able to think clearly and respond intelligently under pressure
  • Must be possess exceptional communication and briefing skills
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Exceptional writing skills with experience developing comprehensive intelligence assessments, information papers, and presentations
  • Experience with intelligence research tools (DCGS, RMT, HOTR, Coliseum)
  • TS/SCI clearance

Additional Consideration

  • Spanish language proficiency
  • Experience in Latin America

Education

BA/BS preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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University Faculty

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Washington, DC Metro Area

Description

The MASY Group is seeking experienced faculty to provide subject matter expertise in support of a Department of Defense (DoD) academic institution.

Responsibilities

  • Using in-depth knowledge of intelligence/national security issues or regional expertise to teach and design graduate/undergraduate level courses.
  • Holding formal lectures, group discussions, tutorials, seminars, and debates.
  • Exercising functional oversight of students in their Master’s degree work.

Qualifications

  • U.S. citizenship and current TS/SCI security clearance;
  • Expertise in intelligence or national security issues (e.g. collection strategies and cyber) or significant knowledge of regions (e.g. Southwest Asia);
  • Prior experience as an instructor for graduate or undergraduate degree level of courses;
  • Previous experience overseeing and advising students in their Master’s degree research and thesis work; and
  • PhD in a relevant field.  

Additional Consideration

  • A current CI and/or full scope polygraph.
  • Experience teaching/designing courses for the Department of Defense.

Clearance Level Requirements

Clearance Level Required: TS/SCI

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Curriculum Developer

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Triangle, VA

Description

Develop curriculum and instruction that pertains to Culture and Language. Curriculum should adhere to the Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE). Provide the necessary expertise and experience to develop Formal Programs of Instruction (POIs), along with the Master Lesson Files and course materials. Must adhere to the SATE and all applicable Marine Corps and Training and Education Command orders and directive pertaining to curriculum development and instruction. Ensure that all curricula are developed properly and best supports the operational requirement of the Operating Forces and student learning.  Curriculum objectives are based on meeting the most relevant operational needs of the USMC.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct Learning Analyses
  • Developing, maintaining, and revising formal Programs of Instruction, such as Course of Descriptive Date, Master Lesson Files, Instructor Guides, and Student Handouts.
  • Support the development of virtual and constructive training manual.
  • Develop and incorporate Master Scenario Events List (MSELs) into exercises and assessments.
  • Develop Collective Training Standards (CTSs) structured around senior-level METLs.
  • Develop and revise Methods of Evaluation/Exams.

Qualifications

  • Experience in developing curriculum.
  • Experience in instructing and teaching
  • Experience in developing computer based training. Should have experience using Lectora software for distance learning. 
  • Functional ability to utilize the Marine Corp Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) to produce curricula.
  • Working knowledge of the Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE) and the ADDIE model of instructional design.
  • Working knowledge of training and readiness manuals.
  • Excellent oral/written communication skills.

Education

  • Graduate of the USMC Curriculum Developers Course (CDC), other service or civilian equivalent.
  • Not required but prefer: Graduate of USMC Formal School Instructors Course (FSIC).

Clearance Level Requirements

Clearance Level Required: TS/SCI

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Data Analytics Faculty Instructor

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for a Data Analytics Faculty Instructor position to support a DoD client within the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

  • Support development of a Data Analytics curriculum at a DoD learning institution
  • Implement empirical techniques to advise students navigating through IC applications
  • Collaborate with other IC Data Analyst, to include the onsite Data Officer, to understand IC data requirements
  • Provide data mining, statistical analysis, predictive modeling and data manipulation efforts to support institutional teaching and research requirements
  • Provide teaching and research support for students: manage statistical data and create different models based on needs of the IC
  • Teach data studies, develop prototypes, proof of concepts, algorithms, predictive models and other custom analysis in support of the IC.

Qualifications

  • Experience with practical application of data analytics within the IC
  • Academic teaching experience highly desired
  • Contract personnel who have experience within DIA, IC, and/or IC ITE are highly desired

Education

  • Master’s degree in data sciences, Information technology or computer science mandatory, Ph.D. desired.

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

1099 position (no benefits)

Schedule

This is a full-time position.

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Denial and Deception Faculty Instructor

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for Denial and Deception (D&D) faculty positions to support a graduate level DoD learning program. These position support a federal client in the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

  • Provide substantive research, publication, and graduate level teaching of D&D education requirements in the D&D Concentration.
  • Teach core and elective courses within the academic program.
  • Supervise thesis preparation by students.
  • May be directed to develop graduate elective courses falling within the subject matter requirements of the academic program curriculum.

Qualifications

  • Demonstrated qualifications to teach at the graduate level in D&D curriculum and core courses.
  • Demonstrated background in D&D that includes the knowledge and actual operational experience in planning, implementation and operational aspects.

Additional Consideration

  • Demonstrated working knowledge and direct experience with the Foreign Denial and Deception program of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
  • Demonstrated strong analytic skills, tradecraft experience, or extensive publication on the subject as a noted expert in their field.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of US IC counter-D&D mission and associated applications designed to improve US IC capabilities to address foreign D&D.

Education

  • Master’s degree or higher (equivalent work experience may not substitute)

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is not a full-time position and we have an allotment of hours.

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Cyber Operations Doctrine Support

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

Fort Huachuca, AZ

Description

The MASY Group is searching for a qualified Cyber Operations Doctrine Writer to research, write, recommend and draft to ATP

Responsibilities

  • Perform extensive preliminary research into cyberspace doctrinal changes in other proponents publications
  • Synchronize intelligence doctrinal publications with Army regulations and directives; Joint doctrine, EO, etc. and present all key issues to the Government along with recommendations for incorporation
  • Perform technical writing and associated tasks to gather, consolidate, and integrate technical and administrative inputs from SMEs
  • Ensure publication captures trends, relationships, and significant facts; accurately and completely identify and resolve real and apparent discrepancies so that developed documents are uniform in nature, timely, and accurate
  • Translate complex technical concepts and instructions into language that users in the field can understand and follow to implement written doctrine
  • Identify copyrighted material used, annotate within the text
  • Research, draft, and recommend write Change 1 to ATP. Revise all preliminary drafts based on government direction
  • Perform a doctrinal assessment on the impacts of the changes within Cyberspace doctrine and emerging Cyberspace operations
  • Produce briefing on ATP Intelligence Support to Cyber and emerging doctrinal issues

Qualifications

  • Significant expertise and experience in writing and developing technical documents in standard American English grammar
  • Cyberspace operational experience within the last 5 years
  • Cyberspace experience at Corps/theater/National Security Agency-level or unit that supported cyber at a Theater network Operations and Security Center or U.S. Army Computer Emergency Response Team – Computer Network
  • TS/SCI (please note that we cannot consider you for this position unless you currently have a TS/SCI)

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

Travel

CONUS only, up to 10% (5 trips / year)

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Military Capability Analysis Instructor

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for Military Capability Analysis Course (MCAC) instructor positions to support a DoD learning program.

Responsibilities

Provide military capability analysis course instruction, to include the development and delivery of entry, advanced, and specialty analysis training and education programs to intelligence professionals. 

Qualifications

  • SME with 5+ years’ experience in analytic tradecraft, military capability analysis, intelligence analysis and production, including training and education to the intelligence community
  • Experience in the intelligence analysis of foreign military capabilities
  • Experience delivering training to students
  • Understanding of various learning methodologies
  • Familiarity with the functions of a Learning Management System (LMS) including Blackboard, AGILE and KZO.
  • Experience with Instructional Systems Design (ISD), course development and management
  • 5+ years working knowledge of office automation including Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • 5+ years of instructor experience including experience teaching difficult concepts and subject matter preferred
  • Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Additional Consideration

  • 10+ years of related experience preferred
  • DIA Certified Instructors preferred

Education

  • BA/BS in related discipline highly preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

Travel

Some travel may be required

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Threat Finance Instructor

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for Threat Finance SME Instructor positions to support a DoD learning program. These positions support a federal client in the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

Provide threat finance expertise and course instruction to include design, development, and delivery of entry and advanced level training and education programs to intelligence professionals.   

Qualifications

  • SME with 5+ years’ experience in Threat Finance
  • Familiarity with the functions of a Learning Management System (LMS) including Blackboard, AGILE and KZO.
  • Experience with Instructional Systems Design (ISD), course development and management.
  • 5+ years working knowledge of office automation including Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • 5+ years of instructor experience including experience teaching difficult concepts and subject matter
  • Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Experience delivering training programs to entry and advance intelligence professionals

Education

BA/BS degree highly preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

Travel

Some travel may be required

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Intelligence Systems Instructor

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for Intelligence Systems SME Instructor positions to support a DoD learning program. These positions support a federal client in the Intelligence Community (IC).

Responsibilities

Provide Intelligence Systems expertise and course instruction to include design, development, and delivery of entry and advanced level training to intelligence professionals.   

Qualifications

  • SME with 5+ years’ experience in Intelligence Systems
  • Familiarity with the functions of a Learning Management System (LMS) including Blackboard, AGILE and KZO.
  • Experience with Instructional Systems Design (ISD), course development and management.
  • 5+ years working knowledge of office automation including Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • 5+ years of instructor experience including experience teaching difficult concepts and subject matter
  • Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Experience delivering training programs to entry and advance intelligence professionals

Additional Consideration

DIA Certified Instructors preferred

 

Education

BA/BS degree highly preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

Travel

Some travel may be required

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Analytic Tradecraft SME Instructors

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is screening Analytic Tradecraft SME Instructors with expertise in Critical Thinking and Structured Analysis (CTSA), Military Capability Analysis, Analytical Writing, and related disciplines in support of a DoD training program. 

Instructors shall have intelligence analysis and production subject matter expertise to assist in development and delivery of entry, advanced, and specialty analysis training and education programs to intelligence professionals.

Responsibilities

Design, develop, deliver, and instruct training programs and related exercises to intelligence community professionals. 

Qualifications

 

  • Knowledge of intelligence trade craft methods
  • Experience with a national and military intelligence organization
  • Familiarity with the functions of a Learning Management System (LMS) including Blackboard, AGILE and KZO.
  • Experience with Instructional Systems Design (ISD), course development and management.
  • 5+ years working knowledge of office automation including Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • 5+ years of instructor experience including experience teaching difficult concepts and subject matter preferred
  • Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

 

Education

BA/BS degree highly preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

Travel

Some travel may be required

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Professional Analyst Career Education (PACE) Instructor

Department

DOD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group seeks Sr. Intelligence Analysts / Officers for positions supporting DIA’s Professional Analyst Career Education (PACE) program. 

Responsibilities

Provide training and instruction to Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE) analysts through the PACE program. During this program of instruction, defense enterprise analysts will be rigorously evaluated as they work through foundational analysis, advanced tradecraft, and other specialty modules, ultimately providing analysts with the tools needed to make immediate contributions to the complex challenges facing the IC.

Qualifications

  • SME with 5+ years’ experience in intelligence analysis and production
  • Recent DIA DI or DIA Regional Center experience as a Senior Intelligence Analyst or Officer highly preferred
  • Knowledge of intelligence tradecraft methods
  • Experience with a national and military intelligence organization
  • Familiarity with the functions of a Learning Management System (LMS) including Blackboard, AGILE and KZO.
  • Experience with Instructional Systems Design (ISD), course development and management.
  • 5+ years working knowledge of office automation including Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • 5+ years of instructor experience including experience teaching difficult concepts and subject matter
  • Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Active TS/SCI security clearance.

Education

BA/BS degree highly preferred

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Course Managers / Administrators

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region

Description

The MASY Group seeks Course Managers/Administrators to provide course support, execution, and administration on a recently awarded DoD training program. 

Responsibilities

  • Overseeing course execution, course administration, student registration and security clearance processing
  • Distributing and collecting end-of-course surveys, distributing and organizing materials, student management and communication
  • Speaker coordination, event planning, maintaining of SharePoint sites, monitoring program email inboxes, preparing course printed materials
  • Assessment scheduling/debriefing, to ensure a seamless execution of training courses
  • Process travel claims and vouchers for Government students and staff traveling to various locations within the continental United States (CONUS) and outside the continental United States (OCONUS).

Qualifications

  • Minimum three years’ experience performing course management or course administration and planning
  • BA/BS
  • 5+ years knowledge of Windows 7 Enterprise, MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel 2010
  • Knowledge of Defense Travel System (DTS) preferred
  • Knowledge of Learning Management Systems and technologies including Blackboard, AGILE, Adobe/IC Connect, KZO, and SkillSoft
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Active TS/SCI, CI polygraph preferred

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Cyber / Information Operations Faculty

Department

DoD

Location

National Capital Region (MD)

Description

The MASY Group is seeking experienced faculty to provide subject matter expertise in support of a Department of Defense (DoD) academic institution. 

 

 

Responsibilities

  • Using in-depth knowledge of cyber / information operations and intelligence/national security issues  teach and design graduate/undergraduate level courses
  • Hold formal lectures, group discussions, tutorials, seminars, and debates
  • Exercise functional oversight of student’s in their Master’s degree work to include thesis advising

Qualifications

  • U.S. citizenship and current TS/SCI security clearance
  • Strategic level knowledge of Cyber / Information Operations across the DoD /IC
  • Strategic level knowledge of Cyber / Information Operations capabilities of our own branches of service and agencies, and those of our adversaries
  • Prior experience as an instructor for graduate or undergraduate degree level of courses
  • Previous experience overseeing and advising students in their Master’s degree research and thesis work
  • Graduate Degree in a relevant field

Desired Qualifications:

  • A current CI and/or full scope polygraph
  • Experience teaching/designing courses for the Department of Defense
  • PhD in a relevant field

Education

Graduate Degree in a relevant field

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Database Administrator

Department

Department of Defense (DoD)

Location

National Capital Region

Description

MASY is currently screening candidates for a Database Administrator position to support a DoD client within the Intelligence Community (IC). This position will provide database administration, visualization, reporting for performance assessment, maintenance and continuous development / enhancement of the database.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain existing database capabilities and functions related to performance assessment.
  • Perform data mining and data extraction as required.
  • Develop and enhance database capabilities and functions to include visualization, report, and new display capability.
  • Perform back-up and recovery of database.
  • Update, troubleshoot, and maintain performance assessment website.
  • Populate the database by performing web crawling / web scraping; pulling information out of InfoSphere Management System (ISM) or direct Cross Domain Information Release (CDIR) access and ingesting other data pushes.
  • Maintain documentation of system standard operating procedures and policies.
  • Attend meetings relevant to collection management as required.
  • Provide and/or prepare data pertinent to collection management for briefings and data calls as required.
  • Understand future architecture and how the database will be incorporated for maximum utility.
  • Be prepared to train newly assigned personnel on the basic operation of the ICE system, to include those routine maintenance procedures performed to keep the system operational.
  • Formally document system architecture
  • Formally document code structure

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of IT experience specifically in database administration and development
  • Experience as a client server developer, web developer, and using data mining tools
  • Experience with Tableau
  • Experience with SQL Server Management studio, Visual Studio, XML
  • Experience with data mining and visualization

Additional Consideration

  • Experience with C#, Java, and JavaScript programming languages
  • Experience working in the CI and HUMINT Enterprise

Education

Bachelor’s degree in related discipline highly preferred.

Clearance Level Requirements

TS/SCI required, CI Polygraph preferred.

Compensation

Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits

Industry competitive

Schedule

This is a full-time position

MASY is an equal opportunity employer.

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Benefits

Benefits are important considerations in selecting the right opportunity. We’ve developed a total compensation structure aimed to attract and retain top performers.

MASY offers a comprehensive and market competitive benefits program that include:

Health Insurance

Dental & Vision Plans

Dependent Care

Flexible Spending Account

Employer Matched 401k Retirement Option

Educational & Accrued Leave

Transitioning Veterans

We have a proud history of serving the military. We recognize the valuable experience Veterans offer to businesses across key industry sectors. They know how to integrate in various team environments while resolving complex challenges. At MASY, former military Team Members continue to successfully support various Defense missions as well as leverage their leadership and talent to achieve viable commercial solutions.

A transition into the private sector can be challenging which is why MASY is an active participant in the Skillbridge Program that aims to assist with the transition of service members. To further affirm our corporate commitment to transitioning service members, we actively support and recruit Veterans who have served with the United States Armed Services with distinction.

To learn more about Skillbridge: http://www.dodskillbridge.com