Xator Corporation is a trusted provider of mission-focused C4ISR solutions addressing National Security & Intelligence, Tactical Intelligence, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Training for U.S. Government clients at home and abroad. Our work positively impacts the safety and security of personnel, facilities, and vital information throughout the world.
HUMINT Targeter - Xator Corporation - Career Page Go to our website » « Go back to job listings HUMINT Targeter Location: McLean, VA Department: National Security Solutions Type: Full Time Min. Experience: Experienced Vaxcom Services, Inc. www.vaxcom.com Vaxcom Services Inc. (an Xator Corporation National Security Solutions Company) is a niche provider of intelligence related support services. We are recognized experts in Intelligence Community with subject matter expertise in the areas of Technical/IT Services, Operations, and Intelligence Services. Clearance Requirement: Active TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph is required. Benefits: Salary - We offer competitive compensation packages with plenty of opportunity for advancement. Sign On Bonus – Vaxcom has a generous sign on bonus for this opportunity. Referral Bonus – Vaxcom rewards individuals who recommend candidates who are hired. 401K Program - Administered through TransAmerica. Full-time employees are eligible on the 1st day of the month following their date of hire. Employees receive an automatic 3% of gross earnings every pay period. Employees are vested immediately. Paid Time Off - Depending on the position, Vaxcom is able to offer between 15-20 days of leave to new employees. In addition, we recognize 10 paid holidays per year; all of which are floaters and may be taken on its designated date or on any day following. Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits start on the employee’s first day of hire. Vaxcom pays for the majority of the cost. Flexible Spending Accounts – Our FSA allows employees to set aside pre-tax earnings to pay for out-of-pocket medical and dependent care expenses. HUMINT Targeter Northern Virginia HUMINT targeters serve as special skills officers for the USGC client. Provide direct support to a client in driving complex worldwide HUMINT operations to develop actionable intelligence against the highest priority threats to US national security which are increasingly transnational in origin. Develop a comprehension of life cycle HUMINT operations and how to support these operations. Develop knowledge in appropriate legal and policy guidance for executing the client's particular mission. Develop expertise in the client's functional missions, including terrorism, proliferation, and narcotics or counterintelligence and regional expertise. Basic Qualifications: 1. Three years of experience in the intelligence community 2. Knowledge of Microsoft Office 3. BA or BS degree Additional Qualifications: 1. Experience with law enforcement or other US government intelligence components preferred 2. Knowledge of a foreign language preferred 3. Knowledge of All Source intelligence, SIGINT, MASINT, IMINT, or HUMINT collection or analysis 4. 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