Legion Systems is seeking a Principal Intelligence Analyst for Data Transformation Services to support a federal government client. As a Principal Intelligence Analyst for Data Transformation Services, you will: 

  • Collaborate with a diverse group of individuals across the intelligence community and directly contribute to processes that shape government policy. 

  • Conduct in-depth research, perform rigorous time sensitive analysis, and distill this analysis into actionable insights. 

  • Collaborate with peers and partners worldwide in support of operational activity related to your research. 

  • Provide aid with data transformation services 

  • Conduct analysis of the MIDB production process including conducting analyst interviews for each of the 48 FPAs within MIDB to include targeting and evaluate and deconstruct each FPA’s SOPs or Object Based Production (OBP) process. 

  • Develop, document, and integrate agile, innovative, repeatable, and automated methodologies and transition paths for data migration and ingestion based on findings. 

  • Develop data models and relationships that result from engagement with the analyst and FMI data conditioning and will improve operational focus areas such as targeting and indications and warnings. 

  • Develop and document innovative methodologies to improve data quality 

Job Requirements: 

Security Clearance 

Active TS/SCI able to obtain a CI Polygraph 

Additional Desired Familiarity with the six primary Mission Threads 

  • -Infrastructure 

  • -Order of Battle 

  • -Cyber 

  • -Space/Counter-Space 

  • -Intelligence Mission Data (IMD) 

  • -Intel Support to Targeting  


  • Education: BS or BA in related fields 

  • Must have at least 5+ years of experience 

  • Experience in creating and administering surveys and conducting interviews 

  • Strong communication (written, oral and presentation) skills 

  • Understanding of the missions MIDB supports 

  • Experience with MIDB from a user/analyst perspective and analyzing and optimizing workflows