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Network Language Analyst (Farsi)

Company Name:
ClearedPath
This position is contingent upon contract award
SOSi is seeking an experienced Intelligence Analyst who is fluent in Farsi and possesses specialized experience to support a U.S. Government customer. The mission is to provide the customer with skills and expertise required to exploit communications in computer network domains and process associated language materials in support of U.S. cyber defense operations
The Intelligence Analyst will be expected to perform the following duties:
Translate, transcribe, and gist audio and graphic material from the source language into idiomatic, standard American English
Translate materials in order to detect precursors/indicators of physical and/or cyber attacks and intrusions, or analyzing cyber incidents
Identify and characterize CNO threat actors; assist in target development and network analysis
Draft intelligence reports from voice and/or graphic foreign language materials
Perform other duties as assigned by the customer or the Program Manager
Minimum Requirements
ILR level 3 proficiency for Listening AND/OR Reading in Farsi
Associate of Arts (AA)/Associate of Science (AS) degree or equivalent; relevant experience in cryptologic language processing can be substituted in lieu of education
Six (6) or more years of full-time experience in cryptologic operations performing language processing and working Computer Network Operations (CNO) in the required language
At least three (3) years of experience where translating, transcribing, and gisting was primary duty
At least two (2) years of experience performing language processing in Computer Network Operations
Current Top Secret with SCI eligibility (TS/SCI) and Full Scope Polygraph (FSP) clearance
Additional Information
Work Environment
Fast paced, deadline driven environment
Shift-based schedules
Office environment

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