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ICF seeks a seasoned Telecommunications Analyst to support our DoD client in researching and analyzing commercial and DoD telecommunications infrastructure, both domestically and internationally to understand interdependencies, vulnerabilities, and mission impacts.
This position is a mix of client site and remote work, with significant work being at the client location at Ft. Meade, MD.
What you will do:
Research and analyze information on domestic and international telecommunications infrastructure and studies of telecommunications system vulnerabilities
Review network interdependencies and risks
Take that information and compile it into short write-ups that will be integrated into larger reports or integrated into existing databases
Your findings and documentation will contribute to multi-disciplinary assessments of infrastructure, helping to inform on vulnerability assessments and interdependency analyses
There will be a variety of projects to support, so time and quality management are important
What you will need to have:
5+ years of relevant experience in telecommunications including capability in 2 or more of the following areas:
Analysis of commercial or military communications assets and networks
Engineering & design of communications components and networks including fiber, cable, or wireless systems
Modeling of engineering & design of communications components and networks including fiber, cable, or wireless systems
Use of Geospatial Information System (GIS) software in analysis efforts
U.S. Citizenship required (required by federal government for position). SCI Required.
What would be nice to have:
Familiarity with telecommunications vulnerability assessment and risk analysis practices and tools
Ability to develop procedure, guidance and work with databases
Prior experience working with US Navy or DISA clients
Proficiency in MS Office Applications, especially with Word and Excel
Ability to successfully manage working to team and client goals while working remotely
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