Army Threat Development SME

Fort Huachuca, Arizona
USAICoE Concepts
Full-Time
Your Mission

The MASY Group is a growing Nunn Perry award-winning government service company providing intelligence analysis, educational services, and operational support to federal agencies like the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We offer our team members a competitive salary as well as competitive benefits, such as 5% matching 401k with no vesting period, family leave, and Healthcare/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts -- just to name a few!

Your mission is to provide threat development subject matter expertise as it pertains to the United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE) and United States Army Futures Command (AFC). Your contributions will directly shape the future of Army policy. 

Your Responsibilities

• Provide all-source analysis and threat development, especially in the areas of Russia and China
• Develop concepts and white papers to be used in senior-level briefings

Your Qualifications

• 10+ years of intelligence experience
• Master’s degree
• Understanding of current Army doctrine, concepts, and their associated impacts on military intelligence
• Familiarity with military intelligence structure 
• Experience with all-source analysis and threat development
• Excellent oral and written communication skills (writing sample required)
• Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) experience
• TS/SCI REQUIRED
Travel: CONUS | 25%

Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits: Extremely competitive



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