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Media Research Analyst (day and overnight shifts)

Media Research Analyst (day and overnight shifts)

Alternate Job Title: Media Monitoring Analyst

(job number 190030VA)

 

We are actively seeking people who thrive on the mechanics and nuances of media research, data gathering, and analysis to provide up-to-the-minute situational awareness of topics concerning national security and foreign policy.

 

We have immediate and upcoming needs for Media Analysts for day and overnight shifts, each including occasional weekends. All positions are full-time, no more than 40 hours per week.

 

Job Description

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., (www.omnitecinc.com) provides tailored public affairs research and analysis for a range of U.S. government and corporate clients. We analyze multiple open-source and news media formats (print, online, television, radio, and social) and encapsulate key information into easily-consumed themes and trends to aid senior officials in their day-to-day decision-making.

 

Please take note of these critical items:

1: Our most urgent needs require U.S. citizenship and an active DOD issued Secret clearance, or a Secret clearance which has been inactive less than 24 months; 

2: We do have opportunities for U.S. citizens who are "clearable," so if you fall into this category, you will be considered; 

3: Work primarily on-site at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA, area (22202) with some limited remote/telecommuting available. After an initial on-site training period, remote/telecommuting will be available for some shifts. Occasional team meetings on the client site in Arlington, VA, are also required;

 

Duties and Responsibilities

We require people with hands-on experience capturing, reviewing, analyzing, and interpreting open-source mainstream and social media coverage, as it relates to a large and complex organization. We are adamant about fresh perspectives without bias.

 

You will use your detailed analysis and superb communication skills (verbal and written) to prepare briefings, executive summaries, point papers, and related products.

 

Those with a natural curiosity in current events on a national and global level and who would consider themselves a consumer of defense and national security news will truly enjoy this opportunity.

 

Required Skills

  • U.S. citizenship and either an active DOD issued Secret clearance, or U.S. citizenship with the ability to pass the background investigation required to obtain a DOD issued clearance; 
  • 4-year degree, preferably in Communications, Journalism, Public Affairs, History, International Relations or a related major;
  • 2+ years of relevant professional media research and analysis experience;
  • Experience with one or more of the following: Factiva, Lexis-Nexis, TVEyes, Meltwater, Cision or another social analytics tool;
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills;
  • Ability to work well under tight deadlines;
  • Knowledge of MS Office.

Helpful Skills

  • Those with a natural curiosity in current events on a national and global level and who would consider themselves a consumer of defense and national security news will truly enjoy this opportunity.
  • Past experiences supporting business missions such as Public Affairs, Business Intelligence, or other Strategic Communications efforts are preferred.

Please apply directly via this posting, or go to: http://omnitecinc.applytojob.com/apply/

 

OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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