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The Research Analyst will support the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) G2 with operation environment assessment products directly related to the Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) and sociocultural dynamics. Successful support will include reviewing, analyzing, and providing recommendations for the integration of the COE and its critical variables into Army leader development, training and education, and support to future force development events.
Your future duties and responsibilities
• Provide socio-cultural overview for specified Areas of Interest (AOI) and provide detailed analysis of populations. Provide socio-cultural analysis (SCA) and expertise to support Army institutional training and operational readiness. Provide atmospheric information outlining important historical events, leaders, group dynamics, attitudes, cultural norms and values. Highlight major components of human society: economic, demographic, legal/regulatory, political/institutional, social/cultural, religious/ideological, and relevant geographic variables to support Army institutional training and operational readiness.
• Research, analyze, and prepare analytical products encompassing the cultural, social, religious, and ideological beliefs of leaders and groups, as well as assess the attitudes, cultural norms, and values of local populations in support of tactical and operational needs for mission planning and execution.
• Respond to Requests for Information (RFIs) through a variety of finished products such as studies, desk notes, briefings with associated textual analyses and graphical representation of areas of interest; at various classification levels.
• Upload all supporting data, including geospatial files, spreadsheets, link analyses, social networking analyses, nodal analyses, and cited materials to the TRADOC G-2 repository upon completion.
• Identify and conduct analysis to illuminate behavior patterns of populations, to include attitudes and sentiment, impact of adversary propaganda, and identification of strengths and weaknesses among groups and individuals within localized social networks
• Respond to socio-cultural taskings and fuse socio-cultural analysis with other intelligence/disciplines into comprehensive, finished intelligence products; provide atmospheric information outlining leaders, group dynamics, attitudes, cultural norms and values.
• Synthesize detailed atmospherics information (e.g. cultural/social leaders, group dynamics, assessments of the attitudes, cultural norms, values of the local populace, etc...) to provide intelligence assessments in support of operational planning based on specific requirements.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• 5 years’ SCA experience
• 3-5 years’ experience with social/cultural studies (e.g. anthropology, sociology, political science, etc.) or development economics.
• 2 years’ experience working in a multi-skilled team environment collaborating on the production of intelligence analysis
• Must have valid US Passport
• 5-8 Years with Bachelors or 3-6 Years with Masters or 0-3 Years with PhD or JD or HS diploma + 9-12 years of relevant experience.
• Clearance: Must have active Secret clearance
• Graduate-level degree (MA/MS) in a social science discipline or 5+ years on a SCA team.
• 3-5 years’ IC or DOD intelligence experience with analysis, reporting and briefing in DOD settings
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