Coordinates and synchronizes a broad range of CI Operations activities to include analysis of those operations.
Reviews, evaluates, and provides insightful analysis into CI Operations plans and activities in support of Services, Combatant Commands, Agencies, and other special customers.
Contributes to the development, execution and evaluation of comprehensive operational plans.
Conducts special collection activities using specialized equipment and techniques.
Executes effective CI collections and field operations to counter threats to sensitive US technologies, programs, activities and facilities.
Plans and executes discrete physical observation; conducts counter-surveillance and detection operations; provides unique, cutting-edge biometric collection capability.
May represent the CI Operational capabilities at Joint, Intelligence Community and Inter-Agency meetings as required.
Independently develops initiatives to enhance the analysis and analytical support provided to CI Operational capabilities Prepares and deliver briefings to senior leadership regarding CI Operational plans and activities.
Provides client with a greater understanding of CI Operations policies and methodologies.
May liaise with the IA and the intelligence and law enforcement community.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Must have an active TS/SCI clearance
Army CI credentialing course: CI Special Agent Course (CISAC) or other accredited DOD CI credentialing courses such as Advance Foreign CI Training Course (AFCITC) OR MAGTF CI/HUMINT Basic Course OR NCIS Special Agent Basic Training Program (SABTP)
Minimum eight years’ experience with former MOS 35L, 351L, 97B, 35E, 351L/ OR civilian formerly badged and credentialed 1810/1811/0132 OR 18F = SF INTEL NCO OR 180A SF WO with ASOT-III, OR other Service equivalents specialty codes such as USAF 7S091 – Special Investigator (SI) USMC 0211 Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT) Specialist, OR other DoD Joint Service equivalent specialty codes
IF 35M, 351M, and 97E OR USAF 1N791 Human Intelligence Specialist waiverable with a minimum of two years’ experience as a Mid-level CISS. Graduates from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Criminal Investigator Training Programs resulting in badging credentialing will be reviewed on a case by case basis for waivers.
Minimum five years’ experience with coordinating operations
Knowledge of Army/Joint CI procedures, doctrine, and practices
Knowledge of Army/Joint Counterintelligence regulations and legal limits
Knowledge of basic CI analysis, datamining, and DoD common intelligence systems
Experience in working with and through interpreters
Experience with interview and solicitation techniques
Experience with CI principles and methods
Experience in developing and conducting screening /interviewing/debriefing plans
Proficient in briefing senior leadership at the O6 level
Experience with the evaluation of information requiring further investigation
Experience writing / reviewing military reports
Experience supporting CI operations OR acting in the capacity of / performing the mission of a CI agent
Able to qualify with the M4 rifle and M9 pistol using basic military marksmanship standards
Able to carry a 60-lb pack in the field and the M4 rifle for self defense
These Qualifications Would Be Nice to Have:
Knowledge of Dari or Pashto language
Knowledge of Afghan culture
Familiar with CI Systems and databases such as PCASS, CELLEX, BI2R, TCOP, HOT-R