Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd.

Senior Missile Threat Analyst for Aegis

Job Locations US-VA
Full Time
Location : Name
Naval Support Facility Dahlgren

Position Summary

Odyssey is looking for a Senior Missile Threat Analyst to the join the team on a new award.  This is a full-time role at Dahlgren, VA.  The Senior Missile Threat Analyst will play an active role in the assessment and evaluation of all aspects driving the future of global defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure partnering with the missile and the Aegis Weapons System. 


We are looking for someone who can take known physics and engineering principles and provide a different optic to defeat the threat all the while keeping the weapon and weapons system able to be operated and maintained by Fleet Sailors with a high degree of reliability.


TEAMS Next was recently awarded as the Defense Technology Solutions provider for the next 7+ years.  Supporting the development of a highly integrated and effective MDS capability to defend the United States, deployed forces, allies, and friends against missile threats in all phases of flight.


Duties include, but not limited to: 


You will be a senior member of the program office analyzing new and existing missile threats and working to determine ways in which they may be defeated.  Working with or leading a team of Engineers, scientists and analysts translating the known or developing threat dynamics into workable solutions which may be exploited by the Fleet and shore assets.



  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Required Clearance: Must have and be able to maintain an active Secret Security Clearance with ability to obtain a TS/SCI
  • Required Education: Bachelor in Computer Science or BS in related technical field OR,
    • Military education can be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s (with associate degree) and master’s degree (with bachelor’s degree).
  • 7+ years of related experience
  • Ability to translate an identified threat - new capability into a requirement
  • Intel and/or networks background
  • Threat translation to a requirement and then work with the developers to meet requirements

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Preferred Clearance: Active TS Clearance
  • Preferred Degree: Master’s Degree
  • 12+ years of relevant experience
  • Experience in the intelligence or missile defense communities. 
  • Fleet operational experience on a missile defense platform.  


Additional Information:


Talented and mission oriented professional team of federal engineers, active-duty Naval Officers and Contract staff who are willing to roll up their sleeves and get missile defense capability out to the Fleet.  You will also be part of a team of some of the best and brightest Engineers and scientists our country has to offer.



Company Overview

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, is an innovative small business committed to providing world-class technical, management, and training support services to government and public sector clients. We focus on people, processes, and performance to deliver superior results. Since our inception in 1997, our commitment to mission success and customer satisfaction has been recognized with exponential growth and exceptional past performance ratings. We accept challenging assignments and drive projects from the planning stages, through implementation, and into operations and support.


Please note: Final compensation for this position will be determined by various factors such as the Federal Government contract labor categories and contract wage rates, relevant work experience, specific skills and competencies, geographic location, education, and certifications.


In accordance with any legal obligations that may be placed on Odyssey, this position may require as a condition of employment that you be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and provide proof of full vaccination, or have a legal exemption from vaccination.


Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities


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