Semper Fortis Solutions, LLC

Counterintelligence (CI) Targeting Cell Analyst

US-MD-Fort Meade | US-VA-Fort Belvoir | US-VA-Arlington | US-VA-Chantilly
9 months ago
ID
2017-1040
# of Openings
24

Overview

The Counterintelligence (CI) Targeting Cell Analyst gathers, identifies and relates data to conduct analysis of management problems and requirements. Follows established modeling and evaluation processes to determine the effectiveness of current operational activities and to determine problem areas and develop solutions. Works with multiple data sources and information systems in support of assignments. Generates a variety of written, non-technical reports to management, indicating solutions or possible alternatives and probability of success. Reports may be recurring or ad hoc based on business needs.

Responsibilities

The CI Targeting Cell Analyst shall develop CI leads, based on the Group Synchronization Targeting Strategy, through open-source and classified source research. After developing leads, the CI Analyst shall provide the leads to the Targeting Review Board (TRB) as a Target Nomination Package. Prepare and provide to the supported element Lead Tenders, Operational Support Packages, Program Profiles, and Target Development Packages as appropriate to highlight the operational potential where friendly and enemy elements intersect

Qualifications

  • Active TS/SCI Clearance required
  • Intelligence Analyst Certification (IAC®) preferred, but not required

Analyst II

  • Master’s degree + 0-2 years of experience, Bachelor’s degree + 2-4 years of experience, or High School diploma + 8-10 years of direct experience as a Counterintelligence / Counterterrorism Research Analyst

Analyst III

  • Master’s degree + 3-5 years of experience, Bachelor’s degree + 5-7 years of experience, or High School diploma + 11-13 years of direct experience as a Counterintelligence / Counterterrorism Research Analyst

 

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