Counterintelligence (CI) analysts use a variety of classified and unclassified databases, software applications, and other intelligence research tools to identify, assimilate, examine, interpret, and evaluate all-source information/intelligence to determine the nature, function, interrelationships, personalities, capabilities, and intent regarding the intelligence capabilities of foreign powers, international terrorists and other entities and activities of CI interest.
Education/Experience -“ Government CI credentialing course
Eight years' experience with former MOS 35L, 351L, 97B, 35E, 35M, 351M/L, 97E or civilian 1811/0132 badged and credentialed CI Agent or DoD Joint Service or other Service equivalents.
- Clearance -“ TS/SCI
- Special skills or qualifications (all required)
- Knowledge of Army/Joint CI procedures, doctrine, and practices
- Deployed experience
- Experience in working with and through interpreters
- Experience with interview and solicitation techniques
- Experience with CI principles and methods
- Experience in developing screening /interviewing/debriefing plans
- Experience with the evaluation of information requiringfurther investigation
- Proficient in briefing senior leadership at the O6 level
- Knowledge of basic CI analysis, datamining, and DoD commonintelligence systems
- Experience supporting CI operations or acting in the capacity of / performing the mission of a CI agent
- Bachelor's degree
- Knowledge of Dari or Pashto language and Afghan culture
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent and five to seven years of related. Must be U. S. citizen with current Top Secret security clearance and eligible for SCI access; CI polygraph may be required.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, video conference, email and face-to-face. Occasional travel may be required at client direction.