New job Intelligence Analyst I in Massachusetts
Intelligence Analyst I
Company : Department of State Police
Salary : $58,391 - $83,592 a year
Location : Massachusetts
Serve as watch officers in public safety and security operations centers to maintain a front-line point of contact and security presence, process incoming information from multiple sources, collect, classify and route information, and contribute to a stable state of situational awareness within the agency and the Commonwealth; Conduct research into secure and open-source law enforcement and information databases to identify and acquire data that may prove relevant to developing actionable intelligence for criminal cases, multi-jurisdictional law enforcement agency use, and current and future public safety and homeland security operations; Process incoming requests for data and generate complex qualitative and quantitative reports and other appropriate intelligence products to support law enforcement operations and criminal investigations; Engage in multiple methods of data treatment, such as collecting, organizing and validating raw data through link analyses, flow analyses, financial analyses and/or time series analyses, in order to create reports, summaries and preliminary data products to build cases, assess and evaluate information received, and initiate the production of actionable intelligence; Synthesize input from multiple data streams, such as geographic, intelligence and statistical reports, to create topographical, resource, crime and related maps, models and graphic representations via computer-aided design and simulation applications; Draw conclusions based on deductive and inductive reasoning to formulate recommendations; Prepare intelligence reports by writing summaries and detailed analyses and developing related charts, graphs, matrices, tables, maps and other illustrative devices in order to present and organize information, support findings and conclusions, and substantiate recommendations; Monitor open-source and law enforcement sensitive communications such as internet traffic, teletype messages, scholarly and general interest articles, professional publications, public safety bulletins and advisories, and public information exchanged via meetings, minutes and summaries to maintain awareness of threats, trends and critical information in multi-jurisdictional law enforcement domains such as violent fugitive apprehension and financial crime; Perform liaison duties for intake and outreach with federal, state, local and private sector entities within the criminal information, intelligence, and public safety and homeland security communities to build relationships on behalf of the agency and secretariat. Solicit user participation in contributing information to various intelligence databases and information networks and promote unit services to relevant outside parties to encourage the exchange of criminal intelligence information between agencies; Maintain current inventory of statewide critical infrastructure and key assets. Contribute actionable intelligence upon request to support prevention and security efforts within the state relative to protecting critical infrastructure, key assets and the integrity of enterprises, industries and institutions; Adhere to prevailing state and federal laws and policies regarding the handling of criminal offender record information and document classification markings including sensitive but unclassified and classified information; Collect and rapidly assimilate information to author special topics bulletins, advisories, reports and related publications, to produce special flyers on criminal subjects and to disseminate reports, bulletins, advisories and related publications in support of law enforcement operations; Coordinate the exchange of interstate and intrastate information pertaining to criminal activity and criminal movement; Establish criminal pedigrees that include identification of criminal history and criminal relationships to aid in making connections between members of criminal organizations; Evaluate cellular/telecommunications data such as phone calls, email activity, text messages etc. to quantify criminal plotting and conspiracy activities; Create and maintain tables, coding and queries within relational databases to capture the ongoing collection of intelligence in an assigned area of specialty or to support criminal investigations; Coordinate projects and operations by tracking time-sensitive events, securing, obtaining and/or disseminating resources, to include intelligence collection equipment and devices, and organizing and scheduling activities in order to meet deadlines and milestone goals; Attend meetings and conferences to obtain or disseminate information and criminal intelligence and to receive or share information regarding unit issues and work activities; Train internal and external personnel on intelligence collection techniques and resources available to provide information on unit services and to comply with applicable federal, state and local laws; Determine authorization of requestors to receive intelligence and other confidential or sensitive information and collect and disseminate information in accordance with applicable laws, acts, regulations, rules, policies and guidelines. Exercise professional judgment and discretion in the dissemination of oral and written communication in order to safeguard confidential information; Gather and summarize data to provide accurate information for briefs, reports and correspondence. Submit reports (e.g. monthly activity, budgetary, statistical etc.) upon request to provide accurate information to management; Coordinate security and application access for agency end-users of criminal justice information systems or external users of agency-based intelligence information systems when needed; Conduct computer-based background research on suspects or known criminals under investigation, applicants for security clearances, and other persons of interest ; Participate in accreditation compliance activities for the work unit when applicable; Provide testimony in various legal proceedings and forums relative to prosecutions and ongoing criminal investigations.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have (A) at least two years of full-time or equivalent part-time professional experience in work for which analysis, research, investigation or communications was the primary responsibility, which may include service in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of Intelligence Specialist or a similar MOS, and (B) a Bachelor's degree or higher in a social science or liberal arts discipline, or (C) an equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Applicants must be able to obtain a Secret-level security clearance.
Candidates are required to have a current and valid motor vehicle operator’s license at a class level specific to assignment.
I. A post-undergraduate certificate in crime analysis, intelligence research or a similar area of study may be substituted for one year of the required (A) experience.
II. A Master's degree in criminal justice or a related social science discipline may be substituted for one year of the (A) required experience.
III. A Master’s degree in criminal justice or a related social science discipline, plus a post-undergraduate certificate or completed graduate-level fellowship or internship in crime analysis, intelligence research or a similar area of study, may be substituted for all of the required experience.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Official Title: Intelligence Analyst I
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Framingham-470 Worcester Road
Job: Public Safety
Agency: Department of State Police
Job Posting: Apr 2, 2021, 8:15:52 AM
Number of Openings: 1
Salary: 58,390.54 - 83,591.56 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Detective Lieutenant Steven Gabriel - 508-820-2210
Bargaining Unit: 06-NAGE - Professional Admin.
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