Intelligence Management and Program Analyst 

Number of Positions: Two (2)

Location : Washington, D.C.

Clearance: Top Secret 

Salary: Commensurate with Education and Experience 


job overview

Intelligence Management and Program Analysts must conduct in-depth research and analysis and provide detailed synapse of findings responsive to the Government Agency and Division requests for information.

job responsibilities

  • Manage and manipulate data in a variety of automated databases as it relates to compliance and accountability, and the Government Agency investigative priorities 

  • Research and analyze existing policies, reports, files, guidelines, directives, laws, statutes, objectives, operations and available resources

  • Interpret, clarify, coordinate, implement, and recommend policies, procedures, instructions, and requirements for the organization and program

  • Prepare and deliver briefings and presentations to management officials 

  • Compose memoranda, executive summaries, analytical narratives, detailed statistical or descriptive reports, and concise graphs and charts in order to present sound recommendations 

  • Prepare reports that present findings, cite applicable policies, identify causative situations, and recommend corrective actions

  • Evaluate, research, and prepare complete and concise responses to in-depth inquiries, reports, and other matters  

  • Assist in the development of manuals, guides, and information packages

  • Compile and analyze disparate data for reporting and make recommendations to management on discrepancies 

  • Analyze policies and procedures to determine the impact on the effect of such regulations on current and future operations

  • Revise methods for collecting data; and develop and adopt new productivity measures 

job requirements 

  • Must possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution 

  • Must possess a minimum of five (5) years of work experience in a related field

  • Must have a strong research and written communication skills

  • Must have strong interpersonal and liaison skills

  • Must work well in a high- stress environment 

  • Must have working knowledge of IT and computers

  • Must have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, in order to tactfully and persuasively advise and guide executive management relative to a variety of issues which can delicate in nature; make presentations; and prepare complete, clear, and concise formal and informal reports, correspondence, briefings, charts, tables, and graphics that are distributed throughout the Agency

  • Must have knowledge of U.S. Intelligence Community intelligence processes