Provides intelligence support for operations, battle staff and operational-level planning, joint and multi-lateral training exercises, and strategic engagement policy throughout the Areas of Operational Responsibility (AOR) and Areas of Interest (AOI).
Will assist with long range planning and coordinate intelligence and combat targeting efforts within the organization.
Must be familiar with developing the processes and procedures to facilitate combat target development IAW CJCSI 3122.06C, CJCSI 3160.01A, CJCSI 3370.01A, CJCSM 3370.01, and CJCSM 3375.01, battle damage assessment (BDA) IAW CJCSM 3162.01, dynamic targeting IAW Joint Publication 3-60, and combat target enterprise management (training automation, standardization, exercise coordination, and readiness).
Must be knowledgeable in the use of intelligence tools, including Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB) interfaces such as National Production Workshop (NPW) and Joint Targeting Toolbox (JTT).
Researches unclassified and classified databases for use in written products. Monitors and analyzes strategic and operational intelligence information. Provides research support for analysts who produce Intelligence Community reports and briefings. Provides guidance, case management, and supports operations. May serve as a client liaison and coordinates with sub-contractors, government personnel, and technical experts. Researches, authors, and coordinates threat assessments to support the Commander and/or leaders in the U. S. civilian intelligence community. Present assessments to intelligence community. Assists with development and maintenance of analytical policies and procedures. May be responsible for training and mentoring junior IAs. May provide guidance and work leadership to less-experienced analysts, and may have supervisory responsibilities.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent and seven to nine years of related experience.
Targeteer specific training and experience required.
Must maintain active/current TS/SCI clearances.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face-to-face. Some travel may be required. May spend a lot of time standing due to laboratory conditions.