Dedicated Intelligence Analyst IJet Intelligent Risk Systems
Under the general direction of the Director of Strategic Decision Support the Dedicated Intelligence Analyst will produce timely, comprehensive, and customized intelligence products for a specific client in the pharmaceutical/healthcare sector. Intelligence produced will enable client?s decision-makers to mitigate risks from actual or emerging threats to personnel, facilities, product, and intellectual capital. The Designated Analyst will work closely with other iJET intelligence analysts with specific regional or subject matter knowledge. The Dedicated Analyst will continually assess the quality and timeliness of the products, measuring against objective standards. The Dedicated Analyst will also support client?s incident management as appropriate and necessary. The Dedicated Analyst will be located at iJET?s Annapolis, MD Office but will be available to travel to client locations as needed/directed.
The dedicated analyst will support the following initiatives and projects:
Monitor and analyze global events to identify and assess threats to Client?s international operations, assets and personnel, to include contribution to:
Briefing products, specifically tailored to Client's areas of concern, events, associated risks and how they pertain to Client' global footprint
Define priorities for in-depth analysis on selected locations relevant to Client's global interests
Lead or collaborate on production of in-depth analytical products
Assist with special due diligence cases
Assist in production of specific briefings or presentations
Assist in a coordinating manner during crisis situations or major incidents affecting Client people or projects around the globe
An undergraduate (Bachelor?s) degree or equivalent experience is required.
A graduate (Master?s) degree is preferred, ideally in security studies, intelligence studies, regional studies, or international relations.
Must have at least 4 years of experience as an intelligence analyst in the private sector or in the military or government agency.
Demonstrated professional experience in Security or Intelligence Operations Center is preferred.
Knowledge of business continuity, emergency management, or incident support is preferred.
Excellent analytic skills.
Concise and effective writing skills.
Process-driven, detail-oriented professional who works well independently.
Familiarity with security issues and other operational risk concerns to multinational companies, with a focus on pharmaceutical and healthcare industries preferred.
Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.
Ability to perform effectively during fast-breaking incidents.
Strong grasp of global and regional security issues.
Ability to analyze intelligence to determine potential effect on client operations.
Effective time management skills
Effective problem solving skills
Self-motivated, highly flexible and possess strong initiative.
Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite.
Must have the ability to pass a pre-employment background check.
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