EC is looking for a Computer Engineer to assess technology transfer and potential opportunities for diversion due to foreign involvement or investment. The position will support one of our Government clients in Charlottesville, VA.
TS/SCI w/ CI Poly
- Provide science and technology analysis to identify, assess, and warn senior policy officials, acquisition executives, and combatant commands of emerging and disruptive technologies potentially being transferred that enable next generation foreign military capabilities.
- Prepare extensive written assessments and documents and disseminate information through reports and briefs.
- Develop complex analytical approaches to problems and situations for which data is incomplete, controversial, or for which no precedent exists.
- Research, analyze, interpret, evaluate, and integrate extremely complex all-source intelligence data pertaining to technology transfer subject areas
- Develop innovative approaches to analysis and validate analytical conclusions and /or maintain and update extensive intelligence databases, systems, and mechanisms for sharing relevant intelligence information to support on-going and projected projects
- Employs mathematics, statics, information science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, network science, probability modeling, data mining, data engineering, data warehousing, data compress ion, data protection, and/or other scientific techniques to correlate complex, technical findings into graphical, written, visual, and verbal narrative products.
- Integrates codes algorithms to support Government intelligence search and discovery missions.
- Able to work independently with minimal government oversight.
- Able to provide thorough and completed products that require minor revisions and/or editing.
- Bachelor or master's degree in sciences, engineering, mathematics, or equivalent.
- 8+ years of experience in applying a wide range of engineering or architectural
theories, concepts, principles, standards, and methods.
- Experience or Knowledge of Technology transfer, USXPORTS, CFIUS, and The Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA)