Socio Cultural Analyst
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.
We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):
- Fort Meade, MD
IC-CAP is recruiting Socio Cultural Analyst candidates for future senior level positions in the Fort Meade, MD area.
Socio Cultural Analyst:
Conducts all-source analytic production of socio-cultural elements within a region, human
terrain, and human geography. Analysis 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. Incorporates expertise sociology,
cultural anthropology, demography, psychology, geography, economics, and political science.
Performs as language specialist at the native level providing accurate reading, writing,
speaking skills, as well as provide cultural understanding regarding geopolitical, economic and
Conducts research, HUMINT intelligence collection and analysis.
Provides accurate written gists, translations of transcripts, video and audio sources, from the
target language to English and vice versa while preserving the original meaning and intent of the
Devises and advise new methods of target language research and exploitation of information and
determine the most effective methods for presenting and disseminating the information.
Possesses expertise in network defense principles and the intricacies of establishing network
infrastructure for worldwide connectivity, to include hardware and software.
The native language requirements are as follows: Chinese (3); Russian (3); Farsi (3); Arabic (1);
Korean (1). “Native Level” is defined as first/second generation speaking ability to understand
current vernacular, colloquialisms, and terminology (Proficiency level of 4 required in speaking,
reading, and writing).