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The Socio-Cultural Analyst is responsible for all-source analytic production of sociocultural elements within a region, human terrain, and human geography. Conducts analysis that includes, but is not limited, to religious, linguistic, ethnic, social, tribal, and occupational domains with respect to geography and resources to characterize the dynamics of groups of people worldwide. A socio-cultural analyst incorporates expertise sociology, cultural anthropology, demography, psychology, geography, economics, and political science to perform duties. Provide tailored, all-source analysis support in response to Requests for Information or any other request/tasking both external and internal that support Information Operations. Products include Intelligence Preparation of the Environment, Information Operations Note, White Papers, Weekly Information Operations Highlights, Information Operations Intelligence Integration, Information Operations Intelligence Integration Country Overviews, briefings to support working groups, training, conferences and seminars (or other events), and other products or briefs requested by the Government.
- Bachelor's (or equivalent) with 12 - 15 yrs of experience or a Master's with 10 - 13 yrs of experience.
- Top Secret SCI