POSITION SUMMARY: 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.
Required: 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
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 requiring further investigation
Proficient in briefing senior leadership at the O6 level
Knowledge of basic CI analysis, data mining, and DoD common intelligence systems
Experience supporting CI operations or acting in the capacity of / performing the mission of a CI agent
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.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 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.