Jacobs CI Specialist – Research Analysis – Mid in Fort Meade, Maryland
Jacobs is seeking experienced CI Specialists to identify, monitor, and assess foreign intelligence efforts attempting collection of sensitive national security information on U.S. persons, activities and interests, including threats posed by emerging technologies to U.S. operations and interests. The CI Specialist applies understanding of foreign intelligence capabilities / activities and U.S. and foreign partner CI capabilities and TTPs for in-depth analytic research and production of all-source CI studies and contributes to developing CI strategies.
Conduct, develop, produce, and present programs of instruction in specified collection operations TTPs, and related or supporting processes, relevant to the various human intelligence and technical intelligence operations under DoD authorities.
Provide research and analysis of existing and emerging threats and vulnerabilities to the Army Commanders and their Staff.
Provide recommendations regarding the management, coordination, and training executed by the Detachment.
Analyze and develop recommendations regarding the Operations Calendar to ensure requirements levied are executable against current tasks to ensure there are no conflicts, and training requirements are synchronized with operations.
Conduct analysis and provide reports on personnel operations tempo to Government Team/Branch/Division Chiefs.
Provide an analysis of finalized products, including Damage Assessments, Threat Assessments, and OPSEC Assessments to supported organizations.
Monitor and disseminate all operations orders received from higher headquarters and ensure completion of all required administrative tasks and Army mandatory training.
Conduct analysis and provide recommendations to the commander on the training readiness of the unit.
Analyze and compare unit compliance with AR 350-1 training requirements, and additional requirements levied by the higher headquarters and the unit commander.
Provide analysis of trends within the Battalion for use in future planning and efficiency improvement. Provide recommendations for the scheduling of training events. Process requests for training for all Detachment personnel.
Analyze and report the status of required training across the detachment.
Analyze and provide recommendations for the coordination of resources for training and in the unit’s knowledge management processes.
Support deliverables to include CI, CT, HUMINT or Technical Analysis Training AARs; Strategic Plans Analysis; Strategic Communications, Transformation, Modernization or Planning AARs; SOPs and/or TTPs; Conference AARs; CONOPS, OPLANS, and OPORDS.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and 8 years’ relevant intelligence analysis experience; with a portion of the experience within the last 2 years, or
High school diploma and 12 years of relevant experience, or
Associate Degree and 10 years of relevant experience, or
Master’s degree and 6 years of relevant experience.
Must have experience with all the following: AR 381-12 (Threat Awareness and Reporting Program); AR 381-20 (US Army Counterintelligence); AR 381-10 (US Intelligence); and DoDI 5240.23 (CI Activities in Cyberspace).
Must be a graduate of in-residence Fundamentals of Intelligence Analysis course or Military Service equivalent.
US government clearance: Current Top Secret/SCI
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