Jacobs HUMINT Targeting Specialist, Mid in Qatar
The Counterintelligence Operational Support Team provides Counterintelligence (CI) analysis services that includes the fusing intelligence and collecting of raw data from multiple sources and varying classifications to identify threats, trends, structures, and locations of Foreign Intelligence Entities (FIE). This includes the dissemination of time-sensitive and non-time-sensitive Force Protection (FP) threat information and assessments to supported Commanders including six (6) Air Force Central (AFCENT) forward deployed units within the CENTCOM AOR and one (1) CONUS based unit.
· Maintain knowledge of host nation intelligence and security organizations.
· Maintain knowledge of third country intelligence services that pose a threat to DAF resources and the organization’s personnel, and maintain knowledge of the capabilities of state sponsored, transnational, international or regional terrorist groups and their surrogates that threaten DAF security.
· Fuse intelligence and raw data from multiple sources in varying classifications to identify threats, trends, structures of terrorist cells, their location, plotting attack information (such as fire-points, impact sites, timeline, etc.)
· Perform collection management duties by evaluating field reports involving terrorist group organizational structures and their involved interrelationships among other organizations and state-sponsored groups targeting the DAF/DoD.
· Assist in the development of target packages to mitigate threats to 24 EFIS, subordinate units, and DAF/DoD personnel and resources in the USCENTCOM/AFCENT AOR.
· Prepare briefings that describe the nature, scope, specific identification, and possible impact of coordination and cooperation prevalent among hostile groups. Briefings are prepared upon request by AFOSI leadership, base commanders, operating environment owners, and other intelligence/counterintelligence customers (both CONUS and OCONUS)
· Travel and provide onsite and offsite support to other CONUS and OCONUS locations in the CENTCOM AOR as requested.
· Conduct comprehensive reviews of all intelligence information report.
Reviews will include but are not limited to utilizing the DCHE-M to identify discrepancies, provide analyst comments, and verify collection requirements.
· Review CI2MS activities for unit COINEs, other investigations and source documentation.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
· Three (3) years of field experience conducting HUMINT or counterintelligence operations, experience with human-derived, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism operations, ending within the last three (3) years.
· One (1) year comprehensive analytical support to counterintelligence, counterterrorism, and/or HUMINT operations, ending within the last three (3) years.
· Graduate of in-residence post-initial training for counterintelligence, HUMINT, and/or source handling operations (e.g., Fundamentals of Intelligence Analysis course or JCITA courses.).
· Strong writing skills and being capable of effectively operating as a member of a combined/joint intelligence team required. Strong briefing skills and being capable of effective communication in the accomplishment of collection management reporting and requirements required. Must have knowledge of guiding regulations including but not limited to the Defense Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Enterprise Manual (DCHE-M) and Central Command Regulation 381-16.
· Must have experience and working knowledge of the following programs and systems within the last three (3) years: Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access); Analyst Notebook; SIPR/JWICS Access; M3 - Multi Media Messenger (Or other message handling system such as TAC/Tripwire, Palantir, etc.) ; SOMM - Source Operations Management Module; Proton - JWICS Access Required (or other similar such database such as ROCKSTAR, Voltron, etc.); Intellink; CIDNE - Combined Information Data network Exchange; CIA WIRE; HOT-R (Or CHROME – Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Requirements, Reporting, and Operations Management Environment); NCTC Online - National Counter Terrorism Center Online; J2 DCP Portal (CJCS Portal) on JWICS. Knowledge of AFOSII2MS and/or CI2MS is desirable.
· Maintain current passport and visa requirements and maintain the ability to be world-wide deployable to include medical clearances.
· Desired Education: bachelor’s degree in international affairs, national security studies, Arabic studies, international business, international terrorism, trends and analysis, intelligence/counterintelligence or other related fields;
· Desired Experience: Southwest Asian regional expertise.
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