What You’ll Get to Do:
As a CACI-WGI (The Wexford Group International) Intelligence Lead, you will manage a team of analysts providing embedded and reach back support to Improvised Threat and C-IED efforts and operations executed by committed war fighting units and partners. You and your team will provide multi-intelligence analysis and fusion that integrates existing national-level products and databases to define patterns of threat and IED network activity and narrow the search space to conduct counter-threat and C-IED operations.
As required, you and your team will interact directly with the client, the Improvised-Threat Community of Interest (CoI), and the deployed intelligence consumer during the development of intelligence products to meet unit and subordinate element intelligence requests for information. You will be responsible for training and mentoring junior Intelligence analysts and providing guidance and work leadership to less-experienced analysts.
As required, you will organize your team to plan, develop, and deliver tailored intelligence capabilities and tools training to supported intelligence consumers and partners. You will provide quality assurance and quality control over developed products to ensure they meet client standards and are in compliance with Director of National Intelligence (DNI) standards.
More About the Role:
While deployed, you will embed with warfighters, and partners to assist operational and tactical commanders, their staffs and subordinate units with fusing operations and intelligence information to enhance their effectiveness against threat networks. You will monitor and analyze strategic and operational information to advise the client and the warfighter on new and emerging threats and tactics, techniques, and procedures. You will identify and analyze problems, and generate recommended solutions based upon experience working with elements of the DOD, interagency and international partners. Most deployments are 120-180 days in length.
While providing reach back support, you will manage your team’s support to embedded teammates; answer requests for support from other tactical units; and work closely with a wide variety of units, institutions, and partners. You will assist with pre-deployment training/preparation, conduct professional development within the CACI-WGI Joint Analytical Support Team, and mentor new members of the team to ensure they are ready to deploy and succeed.
You will work closely with other members of your team to monitor and identify capabilities and vulnerabilities of targeted enemy organizations; identify trends, patterns, and key nodes; and highlight their relationships to the targeted enemy networks. You will assist with the development and maintenance of analytic policies and procedures for processing, production, and dissemination of intelligence.
As required, you will brief intelligence assessments and may represent the client organization in fielding technical questions to support key assessments. You may serve as a client liaison and coordinate with government personnel, technical experts, and sub-contractors.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Current Top Secret/Specialized Compartmented Information Security Clearance.
More than one year of deployed Intelligence analysis experience within the CENTCOM AOR.
More than five years of military experience, and/or a combination of military and IC Agency experience, including recent combat deployments, and be well-versed in all areas of military intelligence.
Be deployable to the required theater of operations, usually conducting periodic travel within CONUS and six-month deployments to OCONUS locations.
Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
More than one year of experience managing a dispersed team of Intel professionals – to include deployment scheduling, analytical quality control, and training/mentoring of subordinates.
Willing to work rotating shifts if needed - that may include nights and weekends.
Bachelor's degree and five years of experience, or associates degree and seven years of experience, or nine years of relevant work experience.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
More than five years of experience conducting network analysis in support of attack the network or CT operations - including counter-facilitation.
More than five years of experience providing C-IED intelligence support and/or asymmetric threat analysis.
More than 15 years of military experience, and/or a combination of military and IC Agency experience, including recent combat deployments, and be well-versed in all areas of military intelligence.
Expert understanding of network analysis tools such as Analyst Notebook and Palantir.
Expert understanding of Intel-related databases and tools such as M3, TAC, NCTC Online, TIDE, ICReach SIGINT database, Cultweave SIGINT database, PROTON SIGINT Database.
Practical understanding of geospatial Intel tools such as ArcGIS and Google Earth.
What We Can Offer You:
CACI-WGI (The Wexford Group International) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CACI with a reputation for uncompromising standards of quality in its people and its performance. Joining the CACI-WGI team is a mark of excellence for those employees who complete our rigorous Recruiting, Assessment, and Selection (RAS) process.
CACI-WGI’s mission places its personnel against the government’s most critical emerging challenges. Work with us and you’ll be working with a team making a difference across the globe.
CACI-WGI offers competitive benefits as well as numerous learning and development opportunities.