Journeyman Toponymist (Russian) MACS002
IC-CAP LLC is a Woman Owned / HUBZone Small Business working in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We are always looking for highly talented, energetic, and dynamic professionals that are interested in protecting the defense of our nation.
Some of the positions are future positions. Please look at the opening line of the job description to determine if this is an open or future position.
We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):
- St. Louis, MO
This is a future position that may come open but is not open at the present moment. We are willing to prescreen personnel for these positions if you are interested.
Journeyman Toponymist (Russian):
IC-CAP has a future opportunityu for a Journeyman Toponymist (Russian). This position is located at NCW in St. Louis, MO.
Candidates must meet:
The minimum experience requirement of three years.
Meet the DLPT IV 2/2 Reading/Listening criteria in Russian.
The Candidate will be required to present current (within the last two years) language testing results that verify the DLPT IV 2/2 or equivalency.
Demonstrated experience conducting open source data collection, evaluation, and dissemination.
Demonstrated experience applying knowledge and quickly developing new knowledge of emerging technologies regarding open source (i.e., social media, deep web searches, big data analysis, and bulk data harvesting).
Demonstrated experience apply critical and spatial thinking skills to develop and execute effective research plans.
Demonstrated experience effectively communicating with teammates, mission partners, or senior leadership, verbally or in sign language, in writing, and through demonstration of GEOINT techniques, methodologies, concepts, or processes.
Experience representing an office or organization to internal and external audiences.
Experience providing Customer Service.
TOP SECRET security clearance with active SCI access.
A CI Polygraph is required, but the candidate may start work and schedule the polygraph within the first 30 days.