top of page
Search
  • Element X

What Does a SETA GEOINT Do?

Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) is the analysis of imagery and data to describe, assess, survey, and depict physical features, human activities, and geographical locations on earth.


It involves the use of mapping, remotely sensed information, charting, virtual and augmented reality, imagery analysis, and imagery intelligence to source and analyze data. While GEOINT is typically associated with the military, it can provide immense benefits in telecommunications, agriculture, health and safety, real estate, automotive and other industries in the private sector.



What does a SETA GEOINT do?

A SETA GEOINT (Systems Engineering and Technical Adviser) provides advice, assistance, and technical support on ongoing, multiple, and follow-on GEOINT projects. For instance, a SETA GEOINT can be required to conduct and lead segment and system-level test events as a test engineer. Also, they can be directed to coordinate with satellite operators and oversee satellite integration as a flight engineer.


They also perform administrative tasks such as test plans and procedures development, generation of imagery support documentation, review of test scenarios and test reports, development of contract Statements of Works, and so on.


SETA GEOINT Requirements

Depending on what your specialty or the role you’re applying for is, you may have to possess some of the following educational and experiential requirements as a SETA GEOINT:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or other related disciplines

  • Active TS/SCI clearance with polygraph

  • Familiarity with GEOINT mission (ground and space) systems

  • Experience in the Department of Defence, Intelligence Community, or Commercial IT programs

  • Knowledge of spacecraft systems and subsystems, communications and mission data processing systems, and control system

  • Collaborate with government personnel and other contractors

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Ability to relate with customers and colleagues in a professional manner

  • And so on!

Perks of Working as a SETA GEOINT

Aside from paying very competitive salaries, many companies offer amazing benefits to their Systems Engineering and Technical Adviser. For example, at Element X, we demonstrate commitment to the health, wellness, personal growth, and financial security of our SETA GEOINT. With us, you’ll have access to the following:

  • Various insurance coverages

  • Healthcare benefits

  • Flexible hours and time off

  • Bonuses

  • Continuing education

  • And lots more

Interested in working as a SETA GEOINT in a supportive and conducive environment with plenty of opportunities to grow? Check the job responsibilities and the skill requirements for our SETA GEOINT position, and get on board today!

2 views0 comments
bottom of page