DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position requires a minimum of a 6 month deployment.
- Government trained intelligence analysts with a minimum of 3 years of intelligence analysis and targeting experience.
- Knowledgeable of the Intelligence Cycle, Collection Management Cycle, Targeting Cycle and intelligence analytic techniques including trend and pattern analysis, geospatial analysis, link analysis and network or social network analysis. The Contractor shall be experienced with data processing systems such as DCGS-A, CIDNE, and SIPRNET and JWICS search engines.
- Working knowledge of i2 Analyst Notebook, AXIS Pro, WebTAS, ArcGIS, and Google Earth.
- Be proficient at using basic computer applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development; possess strong research, writing and editing skills; and be capable of managing teams of analysts in support of tactical, strategic and special operations forces conducting counter insurgent/IED targeting.
- MOS 5F, or DoD joint service equivalent, or civilian 0132, 1811.
- Experience as an intelligence or targeting analyst in Afghanistan, prior deployment experience preferred.
Overview on CITP
• CITP’s primary focus is Afghanistan, but also supports emerging requirements for Iraq, Syria, Bahrain and other parts of the world. We rotate analysts to OCONUS billets on 6 month basis, but approx. 30% of our people request and get approved for one year extension. Most do 6 month rotations and return for 8-12 months for support at NGIC (CITP’s Base of Operations). Deployment travel is both MILAIR and commercial depending on the location. Depending on the assignment, CRC and SIS is required, but everyone will attend CRC. This means being deployable is a MUST. Extended TDY’s in the past several months include locations like Germany, Guam & the Philippines. So, it’s a dynamic program!
Most of our people support the SOF categories. Our core competencies are (1) insurgent network development, (2) nodal targeting and (3) weapons technical intelligence. We also augment the NGIC’s regional branches (Government) based on mission requirements (e.g. Ukraine & South America). Actually, we lose some of our better analysts to government vacancies as they become known entities within Government circles.
• The advantage of coming to NGIC vs. working on a one year contract.... If you come to CITP, you are assuming a job within an intelligence agency. NGIC conducts long range and technical assessment on ground forces around the world.
o With this comes analytical standards and collaboration that you will not find in forward deployed programs (e.g. ISSA). Each analyst will have to go through a 45-60 day certification process before deploying. In some cases, this may mean additional tool set training and analytical methodology forums.
o Analysts will be expected to produce products IAW the intelligence community standards and in some cases will get an opportunity for formal publications (great for a Gov resume or professional development). Our analysts need to be able to participate and contribute to operational and strategic level forums/efforts while at NGIC and then adapt to a much faster and tactical OPTEMPO when deployed.
While at NGIC, the work schedule is fairly normal with a 5 x 8 schedule. Weekend work is rarely required. When deployed and depending on the operational customer, the normal schedule is either 7 x 12 or 7 x 15.
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