Army

35S:Signal Collector/Analyst (35S)

These soldiers detect and identify foreign electronic intelligence. They do this by interpreting signals to provide a wide variety of strategic/tactical intel


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Army Signals Collection Analysts listen and watch foreign electronics communications. They interpret and identify the communications in order to assist with strategic approaches and plans. Army Signals Collection Analysts generally deal with non-voice communications.

Military Duties Translated:

Though there are civilian jobs related to Signal Collection Analysts the vast majority of former 35S MOS transition into a job with a government agency. The National Security Agency (NSA) regularly hires Military Intelligence (35) Specialists from the U.S. Army. Those that choose to move toward the private sector can find jobs working as radio operators, sound engineers, computer operators, database administrators, or technical writers.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Software Engineer