Getting a Security Clearance: Questions and Answers about what they are, how they are conducted,
how you can qualify, how long they take, and what can put them in jeopardy.
Two valuable booklets are now available
The Security Clearance Process: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions - by the Congressional Research Service, Sept 2013
Security Clearances - FAQs - ClearanceJobs.com / DICE
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American Public University System
American Public University System, through its two institutions, American Public University and American Military University, is currently educating more than 100,000 distance learners studying in 50 states and more than 100 countries. We are rapidly growing our student base, expanding into new markets, and employing technology in exciting new ways to continue to make education a reality for people around the world. We need qualified and dynamic people from all backgrounds to allow us to live up to our mission of making education accessible to all.
Multiple Positions Available:
- Online Full-Time Faculty - Intelligence - Associate Professor (must have a terminal degree – a background focusing in Cyber Intl is preferred)
- Online Full-Time Faculty - Intelligence - Instructor (must have a masters degree – a background focusing in GIS and/or Geospatial Intl is preferred)
Online Part-Time Intelligence Faculty (must have a masters – preferred courses to teach are INTL434 Threat Analysis, INTL413 Denial and Deception, INTL412 Espionage/Counterespionage, INTL446 Intelligence and Narcotics, INTL305 Law and Ethics in Intelligence, INTL498 Senior Seminar in Intelligence Studies)
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University of South Florida,
School of Information -
One Assistant Professor Position
Closing date: Open until filled
The School of Information at the University of South Florida (Tampa) seeks applications for a full-time faculty position at the assistant professor level. A tenure track appointment is possible for the properly qualified candidate. In Fall, 2014, the School of Information will begin enrollment for a new online master's program (MS) in information studies with a focus on strategy and information analytics. The MS program will have a formal concentration available in Cyber Intelligence. This new position will support that concentration and will be a core member of the MS program faculty.
The MS in Information Studies with a Focus on Strategy and Information Analytics will be an applied graduate degree program to train a "next generation" of information and intelligence professionals for the private and public sectors. The program is built around an innovative STEM-based model for professional analytic education. The curriculum will focus primarily on developing analytic competencies, and subsequently allow students to focus on specialized subject-matter areas.
The Cyber Intelligence concentration also articulates with a new MS in Cybersecurity at USF, which is also scheduled to begin enrollment in Fall 2014. The Cyber Intelligence curriculum will provide a formal concentration for that program as well. The School of Information is leading the "Cyber Intelligence" component, but this is part of a larger set of exciting cybersecurity initiatives at USF.
We are seeking candidates with a deep understanding of intelligence analytic methodology and at least some background/experience in applying those methodologies to discern the capabilities, intentions, and activities, of potential adversaries or competitors in the cyber realm ("Cyber Intelligence"). Candidates are expected to demonstrate enthusiasm for, and excellence in, teaching, as well as a significant potential for scholarly productivity and external funding. Responsibilities will also include student advising and mentoring, and committee service at department, college, and university levels. Candidates must have the ability to develop, teach, and integrate emerging distance learning technologies into SI online courses. Salaries are nationally competitive commensurate with the rank of assistant professor and we offer a generous package for "start-up" funding. The position is a nine-month appointment with the possibility for summer teaching and research opportunities.
The following are the minimum and preferred qualifications of potential candidates:
- Ph.D. (or other terminal degree) in a relevant discipline, such as Information Science, Computer Science/Engineering, Operations Research, Behavioral Sciences OR a Master's degree with more than five years of professional experience in intelligence analytic methodology and/or cyber intelligence.
- Evidence of ability to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary research.
- Expertise in information analytics, strategic analytic methodologies, open source intelligence collection/analysis, or other similar areas.
- Background and/ or experience in applying analytic methodologies to cyber threats or cyber intelligence.
- Evidence of ability to develop, teach, and / or integrate distance learning technologies into online courses delivery
- Evidence of teaching and/or professional experiences in previously indicated areas
- Demonstrated potential for multidisciplinary research funding and assisting in the development of a new area of study
We will begin screening applications on January 21, 2014 and the review process will continue until the positions are filled. Appointment is expected for August 2014 (fall 2014 semester). USF SI faculty will be available to talk with interested parties at the 2014 ALISE Conference in Philadelphia, and the 2014 iSchool Conference in Berlin.
Applicants who wish to apply for this position should go to: http://www.usf.edu/Employment/ and follow the links and instructions for applying for the faculty line. When applying, keep in mind only the required fields are needed at this time, which includes a cover letter, CV, and a list of the names and contact information for three references. For further questions about this position please contact the program coordinator, Randy Borum at email@example.com. For questions about the search process, please contact the search committee chair, JungWon Yoon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal Opportunity Statement
USF is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, and is committed to diversity in hiring, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and is a Public Records Agency.
According to Florida Law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to the public. For ADA accommodations, please contact JungWon Yoon at 813-974-3520 or email@example.com at least five working days prior to need.
Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky's Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce.
The Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky invites applications for a renewable three-year appointment starting in August 2014 at the Associate Professor level. The ideal candidate will combine an extensive career as an international affairs professional - Foreign/Diplomatic Service, Foreign Commercial Service, intelligence or think tank community, national development agency or NGO, international business - with appropriate academic credentials.
The Patterson School is a selective 18-month professional masters degree program in international affairs. Each year's incoming student cohort is generally limited to thirty-five, all full-time and residential. Our faculty is an interdisciplinary mix of traditional academics and former foreign affairs professionals. Coursework and seminars are supplemented with a rich offering of experiential co-curricular activities. Academic concentrations are offered in: diplomacy; international security and intelligence; international commerce; and international organizations and development.
We welcome applications from candidates who have been engaged broadly in the area of international affairs (this includes, but is not limited to, the disciplines of political science, economics, history). In addition to possessing an earned doctorate, extended study, research and/or teaching overseas is an advantage, as is competence in a foreign language. Expertise in a particular region of the world such as Latin America, Africa, or East Asia is also welcome.
In addition to standard faculty scholarly research, service and outreach responsibilities, the successful candidate is expected to teach three graduate courses a year and a one credit professional module, and to help organize and support co-curricular activities. Depending upon qualifications, teaching assignments might include courses on diplomacy, economic statecraft, globalization, Middle East politics, cross-cultural negotiation, or international development.
Our intention to hire a former practitioner as an associate professor to fill a position being freed by the retirement of former CIA economist Evan Hillebrand. The Patterson School has a deep tradition of having a former intelligence officer as part of the faculty. Past members include Scott Breckenridge, Bob Pringle, and Harry Mason. Indeed, the original Patterson School director, Amry Vandenbosch, had served with the OSS.
Applicants should submit the following materials electronically to Vicki.firstname.lastname@example.org:
· a letter of interest that details their experience, strengths, accomplishments, and appropriateness for the position;
· a curriculum vitae/resume; and
· any evidence of teaching effectiveness (course syllabi, teaching evaluations).
For additional information about the Patterson School, please visit www.uky.edu/PattersonSchool.
NJCU Assistant/Associate Professor - National (Civil) Security-Executive Communications/Public Relations.
New Jersey City University
College of Professional Studies
Professional Security Studies Department
National (Civil) Security-Executive Communications/Public Relations
Fulltime, tenure track professor needed for the Professional Security Studies Department which offers degrees at the BS, MS and DSc levels in National Security and the DSc in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy. This position is ideally suited for an individual with a research agenda and practical interest in executive-level communications/public relations dealing with civil security and emergency operations. The DSc in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy focuses on Risk Assessment and Risk Mitigation in three domains of Civil Security: National Security, Corporate Security and Cyber Security with emphasis on urban settings. Teaching responsibilities in the DSc Program will be a priority, although, teaching assignments may be required for the BS and MS program at the Jersey City, Wall Township and Middlesex Campuses. PSS is an inter-disciplinary department drawing upon faculty with a research focus in areas that contribute to developing knowledge in security studies, emergency management, infrastructure protection, cyber security and information assurance. The successful candidate will be expected to advise Doctor of Science DSc students/candidates in dissertation development as primary adviser and will be expected to serve on dissertation committees as well as teach in the DSc program. NJCU is one of our Nation’s 160 Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE). [Read more: NJCU.edu]
NJCU Assistant/Associate Professor - Information Assurance/Cyber Security.
New Jersey City University
College of Professional Studies
Professional Security Studies Department
Information Assurance/Cyber Security
Fulltime, tenure-track professor is needed for the Professional Security Studies Department which offers degrees at the BS, MS and DSc levels. This position is ideally suited for an individual with a research agenda and practical interest in Emergency Operations, Computer Forensics and Ethical Hacking. Teaching responsibilities will be in both the MS and DSc programs, but may include teaching classes at the BS level. NJCU is developing a cyber security and electronic forensics laboratory as well as courses that will lead to Computer Forensics and Ethical Hacking certifications. These efforts are consistent with the current National Initiative for Cyber Security Education (NICE) and Knowledge Unit (KU) initiatives of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Security Agency (NSA) that have designated NJCU as one of our nation's 160 Centers of Academic Excellence.
PSS is an inter-disciplinary department drawing upon faculty with a research focus in areas that contribute to developing knowledge in security studies, emergency management, infrastructure protection, cyber security and information assurance. The successful candidate will be expected to advise Doctor of Science (DSc) students/candidates in dissertation development as primary adviser and will be expected to serve on dissertation committees as well as teach in the DSc program.
The successful candidate will be expected to identify tools, technologies, and visualization systems that will allow the cyber security and electronic forensics laboratory to be configured as an emergency operations center that will function during table top, communication, and full scale exercises in partnership with public sector entities as well as during student research projects. [Read more: NJCU.edu]
China Team Senior All-Source Analyst
Leidos (www.leidos.com) is currently seeking a Senior China All-Source Analyst with experience in underground facility analysis to support a national intelligence customer in the Reston, VA area.
- Produce finished all-source analytical intelligence of designated facilities for senior U.S Defense Department and government officials, U.S. Combatant Commands; that are in accordance with IAW DNI Analytical Standards
- Produce all-source analysis and targeting on China defense issues and Underground Facilities (UGFs)
- Provide expertise in Chinese national military strategy and doctrine
- Web Intelligence Search Engine (WISE) or Tripwire Analytic Capability (TAC)
- Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB)
- GEMINI interface to MIDB, to include experience accepting new records, building new facility records, building new associated component records, populating all mandatory fields, adding graphics and models, deleting facilities, setting facility status, merging facility records, and understanding Category Codes and their uses
- National Production Workshop (NPW)
- Net-centric Geospatial Discovery Service (NGDS)
- Familiarity with DIA Directorate for Analysis analytical product templates and guidance
- Working with foreign partners under exchange agreements
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Currently possess an active TS/SCI security clearance
- Bachelor's or higher degree with 15 years of intelligence analysis experience, or, specialized training and a minimum of 10+ years of relevant intelligence analysis experience
- Credentialed subject matter expert or recognized specialist in relevant field
ADDITIONAL HIGHLY DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
If interested, please contact Mike Bruni of Leidos at email@example.com.
- Experience conducting analysis on Chinese UGFs and related military engineering organizations
- Mandarin Chinese language proficiency (DLPT 3/3/3 or equivalent)
- China Foreign Area Officer (FAO) or Defense Attaché experience
- Experience briefing senior U.S. Government civilian and military personnel
- Experience collaborating/coordinating intelligence assessments with agencies across the IC
- Targeting experience
Updated for 2013
Intelligence as a Career
Is It Right For You
Are You Right For It?
Click HERE, or the cover photo at left, for the full updated version of AFIO's Careers In Intelligence Booklet.
Released 10 January 2013
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Intelligence Community Jobs and Language Learning Opportunities: In classes here in the U.S. or abroad, or on your own. Some sources -
Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy- offers top-quality summer language immersion—for middle and high school students - Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Japanese and German.
Monterey Institute of International Studies - special total immersion summer and winter classes in Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.
The Language Conservatory holds a June-July Summer Language Camp (Camps available: Preschool through Grade 12). Swimming, tennis and volleyball will be offered between foreign language lessons offering total language immersion. This will be a unique Summer Language Camp Program in a country club setting in the North Dallas area. Each Camp runs one week, Monday through Friday between 9am and 2pm. The cost per week is $275.00 which includes learning materials snacks and lunch.
Lingua Service Worldwide, 800-394-5327, is based in Connecticut and represents more than 60 language schools around the globe. The company regularly visits schools to monitor performance, and provides applicants with contact info for former students.
LanguageCourse.net 800-613-6345, based in Barcelona, lists more than 400 schools worldwide. Schools are given star ratings by former students, and there's an online forum with uncensored reviews. The schools must be accredited and must have been in business for at least three year.
Atlanta International Language Institute - based in Atlanta, GA, teaches in group or private classes over 60 languages, including Afrikaans, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Bambara, Bamanankan, Belarussian, Bengali, Berber, Bosnian, Breton, Bulgarian, Cantonese, Chinese (Mandarin), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Farsi, Finnish, French, Fujian, Georgian, German, Greek (Modern), Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Kazakh, Korean, Kyrgyz, Lao, Latvian, Lingala, Lithuanian, Malaysian, Malay, Mandi, Mongolian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Taiwanese, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Wolof and Yoruba.
Intelligence Community Jobs for Students -
Central Intelligence Agency – https://www.cia.gov/careers/student-opportunities/index.html
Defense Intelligence Agency – http://www.dia.mil/employment/index.htm
Federal Bureau of Investigation – http://www.fbijobs.gov/2.asp
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency – http://nga.mil/careers
National Security Agency – http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students.cfm
Office of Naval Intelligence – http://www.nmic.navy.mil/employment
NOTE: Deadlines for summer internships in the Intelligence Community are in the fall (October and November) for the following summer.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CURRENT STUDENTS
The members of the Intelligence Community (IC) offer high school and college students a variety of temporary employment opportunities, including paid internships and co-operative education programs. Such programs allow interested students to experience first-hand what it is like to work in the IC and if it is a “fit” for them. At the same time, the IC agency is able to evaluate the students’ work performance and consider them for permanent employment upon graduation.
In addition, many IC agencies offer scholarships or fellowships, some of which provide a salary and full government benefits as well as tuition and other educational expenses. Interested students should consult the Student/Special Programs web page at the various agencies to learn exactly what programs each offers.
- TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
You can contribute to the work of the nation before you graduate as most of the IC components offer summer internship programs and some offer internships during the academic year. Some of the IC components also offer co-operative education programs which are formal programs linking a student’s major with relevant work experience. Most of the co-op programs are for college level students, however the National Security Agency does have a high school co-op program. Interns and co-op students engage in substantive and meaningful work assignments, while earning a competitive hourly wage and gaining valuable practical experience. Competitive is particularly keen for these programs with application deadlines six to nine months in advance of the period in which you wish to work. Applicants are expected to meet the same employment standards as permanent employees. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and should have a strong academic record (GPA of 3.0 or better). Foreign language skills, previous study or residency abroad and military service are pluses. Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills are essential. Some agencies require medical examinations and/or polygraph examinations as well as a background investigation. Some agencies also offer unpaid internships.
In addition to the above, the institutions listed in AFIO's latest version of our Careers in Intelligence booklet are those places which have offered or currently offer courses in intelligence and security subjects. (Because curricula vary and change from year to year, the list is not definitive.)
Intelligence Community Named 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government
For the second consecutive year, the Intelligence Community (IC) was honored as one of the top-ten Best Places to Work in the Federal Government, according to an independent analysis of federal workers’ job satisfaction and commitment.
The rankings were compiled by the Partnership for Public Service (PPS) and American University’s Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation (ISPPI) and announced today at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. PPS is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that aims to attract people to federal careers and improve how the government runs. The institute conducts research and helps federal leaders solve difficult public-policy issues.
Army Lt. Gen. John F. Kimmons, the director of the intelligence staff for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, accepted the award on behalf of the entire IC. “The fact that the IC placed in the top ten for two consecutive years reflects a work force understanding of the critical role they fill and the importance of our national security mission,” he said.
The IC ranked tenth overall among large agencies, which includes 32 organizations, each of which employs more than two thousand people. Rankings are based on data from the 2010 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, which the U.S. Office of Personnel Management administers. The first survey was in 2003, but the IC has only participated since 2009. Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service, noted that the IC does not have to participate but does so voluntarily, “which is a credit to them.”
To maintain the security of information about its work force, the IC relies on its own instrument to assess each year how its workers feel about issues such as job satisfaction, professional development, and the effectiveness of senior leaders. The IC includes several questions from the federal survey provided by the PPS, in the IC’s annual Employee Climate Survey. That way, the Community’s information would be comparable with that from other organizations under consideration for Best Places.
Other returning top-ten Best Places to Work are: The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Government Accountability Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the U.S. Departments of State and Justice, and the Social Security Administration.
According to the Best Places to Work analysis, employee satisfaction is at an all-time high of 65 out of 100, a 7.4 percent jump from 2003 when the rankings were first released, with 68 percent of agencies improving their index score since the last rankings in 2009.
Visit bestplacestowork.org to see which agencies top the rankings and to access trend analysis, demographic data and all 10 workplace categories, as well as generate custom reports and conduct side-by-side comparisons for up to three agencies.
Office of the Director of National Intelligence Offers 4th Annual Summer Seminar for College Students Interested in I.C. Careers
National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS)
ODNI TO OFFER 4th ANNUAL SUMMER SEMINAR
FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN IC CAREERS
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence's (ODNI) National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS) soon will be accepting applications for a two-week residential summer program July 10-22 in Washington, D.C.
The residential seminar will introduce participants to the Intelligence Community. Individuals will interact with senior officials, current intelligence analysts and private sector experts to explore intelligence disciplines, methodologies and substantive topics through a curriculum of lectures, panels, case studies, simulations, and site visits to various agencies. Program participants will receive accommodations, per diem, and transportation to and from Washington, D.C. and to all program activities.
The NSAISS is open to U.S. citizens who are graduate students and to college seniors graduating in the 2012-2013 academic year with proven plans for ongoing graduate study in fall 2013. This seminar is not open to federal government employees, contractors, currently serving military or activated reservists.
Applicants will be required to electronically submit the following materials:
Standard Form 86 (SF-86) "Questionnaire for National Security Positions" in order to qualify for a temporary SECRET clearance.
Official university transcripts (both undergraduate and graduate), which can be scanned.
Two letters of recommendation from professors supporting the applicant's candidacy, describing academic performance and career aspirations. The letters, if scanned, must be on university letterhead and include the name of the applicant and the signature of the referrer. If e-mailed, the recommendation must be sent directly from an account bearing the name of the person making the recommendation.
A statement of no more than 250-words describing the candidate's educational and professional goals, and what role, if any, the NSAISS will play in achieving these goals.
The window to apply to this program will be short. Candidates should begin preparing and completing the above forms now to be ready when the official announcement is made. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please frequently check the ODNI website for updates and information on when, where, and how to apply.
Intelligence Training Opportunities for High School Students
The National Security & Intelligence conference, hosted by LeadAmerica, provides high achieving students with the opportunity to build real world career skills and analyze leadership attributes within the environment of our nation’s capital. For ten days, students examine historic and current challenges to National Security, while understanding the roles and methods of diplomacy and intelligence through focused workshops on Iran, the Kashmir Crisis, and the Cuban Missile Crisis. In addition, students analyze issues such as information sharing, the origins of terrorism, intelligence ethics and the proliferation of WMD’s, while also attending briefings at the U.S. State Department and the Saudi Arabian Embassy. Students visit the Pentagon and the International Spy Museum and participate in an engaging Career Planning Seminar, which exposes them to career tracks and the requisite training for the fields of Intelligence and National Security. Students also complete LeadAmerica’s skill building curriculum, which fosters necessary skills such as teambuilding, time management, and communication, culminating in the formulation of a personal mission and vision statement.
To learn more about LeadAmerica and the National Security & Intelligence conference please visit http://www.lead-america.org/conferences/cslc/intelligence.asp or contact an Admissions Counselor at 866.FYI.LEAD.
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American Military University - An Intelligence Education Wherever You Are!
New Jersey City University - Professional Security Studies Department
The SCIP Institute provides an integrated approach to fundamental CI principles and the latest thinking in specific CI disciplines. If you’re new to competitive intelligence, you’ll learn the ways in which CI can create a competitive advantage for your organization. If you’re an experienced CI practitioner, SCIP Institute provides a framework to expand your existing knowledge and provides the opportunity to showcase your skills and abilities to your employers. Get the details here.
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Upcoming TechExpo Top Secret Hiring Events - Active Security Clearance Required
Full information available at www.TechExpoUSA.com
www.DefenseTalent.com Operates an online job board for the defense, aerospace and homeland security industries
Best Practice Forum: Leading the CI Function
This forum is designed specifically for the CI manager. It delivers innovative, practical solutions to your day-to-day and long term planning challenges that allows your department to stay ahead of the curve and grow its credibility in the organization. Join us to examine the dynamics of integrating CI into an organizational culture, and the tools and processes you can use to leverage your department and organizational talent. The forum environment allows you to explore best practices and key strategies through thought leadership and real world case examples that you can use immediately. The interactive facilitated discussion format provides time for valuable networking, open discussion with your peers and creating actionable, results oriented plans in a peer-to-peer environment. Get the details here.
Using Future Intelligence to Enhance Early Warning, Risk Management, and Innovative New Ideas
In this workshop, participants will learn how futures research, the analysis of long-term trends of society and technology out –five to 20 years, is a natural match for the competitive intelligence professional in his or her goal to help management understand the competition of tomorrow. They will learn case studies of how companies such as Dow Chemical and the Coca-Cola Company incorporate a regular flow of information about the future to understand hidden threats and opportunities. Once participants understand the value of foresight to the organization, they will learn the seven tools every CI practitioner can use to bring their decision makers a perspective on the future. Workshop participants will conduct a futures study - the future of beer - using research that simulates what an actual project would reveal. At the end of the day, those involved will understand how to study a variety of potential futures and present their strategic implications to senior management, adding vital information about the future to your competitive intelligence practice. Get the details here.
Careers in Intelligence
The following listings are jobs with federal agencies and corporations in or supporting the U.S. intelligence community.
Online University Available for Intelligence Career-Oriented Students
100% Online Bachelor and Master of Science (BS/MS) Degrees in Intelligence, Counterterrorism,
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AFIO members and others are invited to consider
new opportunities with MITRE, to see why they are one of Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For.
If you possess a current Secret (or higher) clearance and a track record of success in any of the following areas:
- Systems Engineering (Sensors, Complex Systems, Biometrics, Networks, Geospatial)
- SIGINT Engineering
- Software & Data Engineering
- Enterprise Architecture
- Information Security & Information Assurance
- Cost and Acquisition Analysis
- Contracts Administration
- Communications Engineers (Missile Defense, SATCOM)
- Electronic and Financial Crime Intelligence Analysis
- Healthcare Informatics
- Homeland Security/Critical Infrastructure Analysis
- Modeling and Simulation Engineering
- Operations Research Analysis
- Organizational Change Management - Communications
- Program Management/Earned Value Management
- Software Packaging/Radia Engineering
- Oracle Financials Development
Contact MITRE to explore new career options. http://www.mitre.org
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DHS components including FEMA, Coast Guard, etc., please
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