Principal Security Intelligence Analyst-Mayo Clinic (MN)

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The Principal Security Intelligence Analyst (PSIA) is a senior member of the team, responsible for providing real-time, predictive monitoring and all-source intelligence analysis regarding how domestic and international security trends, events and geopolitical issues are likely to impact the security of Mayo Clinic’s patients, staff, facilities, and business objectives. At the Direction of the GSOC Manager, the PSIA will create, implement, and maintain industry best practices for Mayo Clinic’s intelligence program, while initiating and solidifying the appropriate partnerships and/or sources of intelligence. The PSIA will provide detailed reviews, assessment summaries, and analysis including current state and advanced analytics from incidents, activities, crime statistics, law enforcement and federal government data, and regional reporting. This information will be used in various working groups, committee and stakeholder updates, and productivity output. This information and consultation adds value to the PSIA’s reporting function and appropriate Mayo functions and entities, and to external clients as directed. The PSIA will conduct detailed and summary reviews of security incidents and activities, generating metrics and analysis overviews. These overviews will be presented to appropriate groups and functions in the form of briefings and recommendations. Recommendations will be tracked for resolution in an effort to achieve best practice through the revision of deficient or antiquated processes or the development of new processes. Intelligence will be collected, reviewed, validated, and delivered to relevant clients within Mayo Clinic, as well as for identified joint business ventures and for those working for and with Mayo Clinic worldwide. Information will be captured for the purpose of providing important and tiered intelligence to Mayo Clinic staff, contractors, patients and leadership. The PSIA will review and participate in security / risk assessments and threat surveys, vendor request for proposal and scope of work reviews, evaluations of external intelligence related products, and special projects or assignments as directed. The PSIA will provide project management and analyst support for complex enterprise projects and consult with Mayo Clinic leadership to provide analysis and recommendations to support and advance strategic and operational initiatives. The PSIA will also coordinate and conduct specialized intelligence and communication (written and verbal/briefing) training for the Security team as well as selected partners and appropriate teams. The PSIA will create and maintain educational and awareness training presentations and modules for appropriate Mayo employees. The PSIA may also be required to research or revise security-related policies, procedures, or standards. Provides leadership to Security Intelligence Analysts.

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree is required, Master of Arts/Science preferred. A minimum of 9 years of progressively responsible intelligence analysis, international security analysis, risk management, business analysis, business administration OR Master’s degree and 6 years’ experience in responsible intelligence analysis, international security analysis, risk management, business analysis, business administration.

The Principal Security Intelligence Analyst must demonstrate strong leadership skills, a mastery of intelligence analysis, the ability to work independently or lead and create multidisciplinary teams within a culture of strong collaboration and cohesive thought. The PSIA must be creative and forward-thinking, with a concentration toward predictive and strategic analysis, metrics and project management. Key traits must include positive attitude, good judgment, advanced written and verbal communication skills, and strong attention to detail. Experience working in a foreign environment and with US State Department Regional Security Officers and the Overseas Security Advisory Council preferred. Multilingual candidates preferred. Excellent relationship-building and time management skills, project management, and the ability to properly handle sensitive and business confidential information.

Active secret clearance or ability to obtain clearance within 2 years. Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.

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