The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Civil Applications Center is hiring Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Analysts and Source/Collection Managers at their Lakewood, CO and Reston, VA offices. Multiple positions will be filled at each location. The positions will apply remote sensing analysis to support the earth and natural science mission of the USGS, task image collections for use by the USGS and other Federal Civil agencies, and support the Civil Applications Committee and its members.
Applications can only be accepted via the USAJobs.gov website. The positions are advertised as interdisciplinary Geographer/Physical Scientist under vacancy announcements RES-2019-0032 and RES-2019-0033 and as an Intelligence Operations Specialist with announcements RES-2019-0011 and RES-2019-0012. Please carefully read each announcement to determine the appropriate announcement(s) to apply.
All positions REQUIRE a current, verifiable Top Secret / Sensitive Compartment Information (TS/SCI) security clearance and will be required to complete and pass a counter intelligence polygraph within six months of employment.
About U.S. Geological Survey
The U.S. Geological Survey (SUSG) National Civil Applications Center analyzes remote sensing data from the Intelligence Community (IC) and Defense of Defense (DoD) to meet the USGS and Department of the Interior missions. NCAC also provides this remote sensing to other Federal Civilian agencies under the oversight of the Civil Applications Committee (CAC). The CAC is a Presidentially established committee, chaired by the USGS Director, to provide oversight, coordination, and facilitation of Federal Civil agency use of IC and DoD remote sensing data and capabilities. The CAC fosters collaboration among IC, DoD, and civilian researchers to meet civil agency missions. The CAC Secretariat is provided by the NCAC. Today, the USGS National Civil Applications Center (NCAC) operates two secure facilities, one in Reston, VA, and one in Lakewood, CO.