Joint ISR Data Management Support – Mid

Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Regular Full-Time
Top Secret/SCI with Polygraph


The Joint Staff J32 enables the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) to execute leadership of synchronization of Combatant Command (CCMD) and Military

Service ISR efforts. Activities include support for the planning, integration, and coordinating of Global ISR mission requirements of J32 including assisting with J32 strategic, global operations and coordinating DOD ISR capabilities and employment processes. The Global ISR operations include manned and unmanned airborne, space- based, maritime surface and subsurface, and terrestrial sensors and systems utilizing state of the art web enabled information technology (IT) programs, systems, and capabilities.


We are currently seeking a Joint ISR Data Management Support Analyst to support the exploration, identification, extraction, transformation, and loading, and visualization of ISR-related data sources. This SME in this position will provide management assistance for maintaining a warehouse of ISR-related data. The position also supports automation of data gathering, as well as, data cleaning for customer use. This expert will assist with analytic analysis of collected data using specified Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) Computer Software (CS), Government Off the Shelf (GOTS) CS, or other data analytics CS. The person in this position will also provide digital content and knowledge management assistance services for essential J32 ISR mission data using specified COTS, GOTS, or other content management CS and computer software services including the following:


  • Microsoft SharePoint front-end development and design;
  • Data Analytics Software such as Tableau for data visualizations;
  • ArcGIS Portal & Insights for map creation and analysis;
  • Microsoft Excel VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) for data normalization;
  • Data statistical analysis software such as R;
  • Python


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