Semper Fortis Solutions, LLC

  • General Military Intelligence Analyst (GMIA) Research Analyst Level III

    Job Locations US-VA-Fort Belvoir
    Posted Date 5 months ago(6/29/2018 4:39 PM)
    ID
    2018-1057
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    INSCOM 902
  • Overview

    Semper Fortis Solutions, LLC (SFS) is looking for individuals with experience as intelligence analysts with clear experience performing tasks associated with intelligence collection management to fill research analytic positions which support the 902nd MI Group at Fort Belvoir, VA.  Experience as an intelligence analyst is desired; experience providing intelligence support to military units is beneficial.  The successful applicant will work as part of the intelligence staff of the 902nd Military Intelligence Group at Fort Belvoir, Virginia assessing the quality and relevance of incoming intelligence, editing Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs), and guide future intelligence collections operations.  Semper Fortis is a small business which specializes in solving challenging problems in the information security, enterprise engineering, identity management, encryption management and cyber security business areas for government and commercial clients using our Agile service delivery methodology.

    • US Citizenship Required
    • 8 years of experience or a Baccalaureate degree
    • Experience supporting/coordinating intelligence collection operations at Brigade level or higher required

    Responsibilities

    Provide day-to-day intelligence analysis and assessments in support of the 902nd MI Group’s broad responsibility; assess the quality and relevance of incoming Intelligence Information Reports; identify information gaps and intelligence requirements; recognize under-reported intelligence requirements and develop approaches to reduce or eliminate them.  Provide first (initial) review and editing of Intelligence Information Requirements (IIR)—nominally 4 to 6 pages long—and provide IRR Feedback and Instructional Assessments to the 902 MI Group’s Counter-Intelligence teams.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Support the conduct of Counter-Intelligence operations
    • Assist in analysis to identify means for decreasing the vulnerability (reducing the attack surface) of U.S. Army equities from counter-terrorism and Counter-Intelligence threats to the Army, its people, its equipment, its facilities and future technologies which the Army may adopt
    • Assess intelligence reports and prepare evaluations of the information reported; provide evaluations back to reporting elements to apprise them of the quality and value of their reporting and enable them to make relevant adjustments
    • Coordinate with analytical elements to identify information gaps and underreported intelligence requirements
    • Maintain reporting statistics and assess past collection to assist commanders in determining the impact of their operations and in shaping future collection by their forces
    • Maintain reporting statistics and assess past collection to assist commanders in determining the impact of their operations and shaping future collection
    • Assess source placement, access, value, control, reliability and credibility based on historical reporting and Collection Management & Dissemination (CM&D)-related taskings from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
    • Develop and provide tailored collection plans based on DoD and Army collection requirements as well as priority intelligence requirements developed by the 902nd MI Group and the units which it supports
    • Facilitate operational Counter-Intelligence successes by providing feedback on productivity through advanced statistical analyses
      • Analyze the ability of the Collection Management process to provide dissemination, particularly via the Intelligence Information Report (IIR)
      • Provide quality assurance and quality control, in accordance with unit-level Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and applicable Department of the Army and DoD regulations, of outgoing Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs)
    • Develop recommendations for evaluation processes and foreign disclosure compliance while ensuring source de-confliction by coordinating with Group Intelligence Oversight (IO) Officer and foreign disclosure compliance while ensuring source de-confliction
    • Conduct an active outreach to consumer organizations to promulgate knowledge of 902nd MI Group capabilities and, thereby, leading to the generation of functional feedback from the 902nd MI Group’s consumers/customers as to how its services and products can be improved
    • Track the progress and results of IIR production and consumer/customer feedback by the development, population and maintenance of appropriate databases

    Qualifications

    Skills/Qualifications:   8 or more years of experience as an Intelligence Analyst desirable; familiarity with computer-enabled intelligence analytic tools (e.g., one or more of the DCGS family of analytic tools); experience performing advanced statistical analysis to measure and assess productivity and performance

    Experience:

    • 8 cumulative years of experience as an intelligence analyst or a Baccalaureate degree
    • 2 or more years of experience managing intelligence collection at Brigade or higher echelons

    Other Desired Skills:

    • Familiarity with analyzing multiple types of intelligence (e.g., more than one of OSINT, HUMINT, MASINT, SIGINT, COMINT, IMINT, etc.)
    • Familiarity with the Microsoft or similar family of office applications (i.e., word processing, spreadsheet, presentation application software)
    • Familiarity with the various organizations which comprise the US Intelligence Community or “IC”
    • Ability to present information clearly and concisely in written form
    • Ability to orally brief information clearly and concisely using audiovisual aides [slides]

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