Joint Operations and Intelligence Officer

Job Title: Joint Operations and Intelligence Officer
Requisition ID: 16006MB
Job Category: Security Analytics
Job Type: Regular
Primary Location: USA-HI: HAWAII-CAMP SMITH
Schedule: Full-time
Remote Work Authorized: No
Relocation Assistance: Not Available
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Clearance Level: TS/SCI
Employee Status: Regular
Posting Date Nov 11, 2016
Description
CSRA will perform studies and analysis for operational programs, intelligence analysis, command training, program management, engineering, financial/budgeting, logistics, administrative, contract support, information security/assurance, and security management, resource requirements analysis,. This support will be provided to Special Operations Command Pacific (SOCPAC) and affiliated component units, governmental organizations and partner nation forces supporting the Special Operations Forces missions.
Provides Steady-State, Crisis, and Predictive Intelligence coverage of assigned and periphery countries
Facilitates CONOP development and support for USPACOM, USSOCOM, SOCPAC and interagency planning in order to develop a full range of Special Operations options.
Maintains coverage of the assigned region in order to support SOCPAC's efforts to provide strategic-level analysis in niche areas to USPACOM and the Intelligence Community efforts.
Uses information derived from all intelligence disciplines to determine changes in adversary capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
Researches, analyzes and develops complex analytical products which provide a robust understanding of the dynamic environment in given operationally focused areas.
Researches and develops critical factors analysis and deliver into intelligence products.
Participates in committees and working groups concerned with developing or revising OPLANs, CONPLANs, intelligence architectures and theater and national intelligence.
Conducts research and analysis on a wide variety of topics relating to Contingency Operations in the USPACOM Area of Operations (AOR) utilizing a number of intelligence software tools to include RMT, TAC, Palantir, CIDNE, etc.
Provides intelligence analysis and production relative to an assigned area(s) in political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, technical or military conditions for one or more foreign countries.
Maintains liaison with personnel in assigned and related fields, such as those in other intelligence agencies and allied foreign governments, to discuss mutual intelligence problems and production efforts.
Participates in interagency and international meetings and conferences as required.
Delivers technical insight into intelligence matters relevant to the command and the organizational segment to which assigned on panels and committees where regional knowledge and experience is judge necessary.
Provides current intelligence expertise to support operations during steady-state, wartime, and contingencies.
Uses analytical tools and tradecrafts such as ICReach, Proton, Analyst Note Book, etc., to understand and develop threat networks throughout the USPACOM AOR.
Provides intelligence support for OPLAN, CONPLAN and crisis development.
Provides intelligence expertise and support to COMSOCPAC, SOCPAC Staff, and Component Commands through the various intelligence products, briefings, and fora to include INTSUMs, Commander's Update Briefs (CUB), Daily Read book, Operations and Intelligence Briefs (O&I), Information Papers, Current Threat Briefs, and other as required.
Works in tandem with the Joint Intelligence Control Element (JISE), USPACOM Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC) and USSOCOM to de-conflict intelligence collection, production and federation of intelligence support
Prepares intelligence products for weekly intelligence administrative and operational synchronization meetings.
Provides intelligence inputs to OPLANs/CONPLANs, MICON, CONOPs, as required.
Provides Intelligence Summary (INTSUM) reports, as required, on topics approved/requested through the SOCPAC Commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs).
Provides Special Operations Force focused Target Intelligence Package (TIP) as required.
Prepares intelligence updates for COMSOCPAC's trip book for Key Leader Engagement (KLE) visit.
Develops Targeted Country intelligence estimate; provide a timely and accurate evaluation of the enemy and the AO.
Prepares intelligence briefs in support of the Commander's Read Book, or the Commander's Update Briefs (CUB) as required.
Prepares and analyzes current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
Assists in integrating incoming information with current intelligence holdings and prepares and maintains the current intelligence picture.
Develops Population demographics (ethnic groups, religious sects, age distribution, health status, income groups).
Develops Political or socio-economic factors, including factions, clans, and gangs.
Develops Infrastructures, such as transportation or telecommunications, and critical decision-making infrastructures and supporting information systems.
Serves as the Subject Matter Expert for Targeted Country(s).
SOCPAC SPECIFIC:
Must be a US citizen, possess a final Top Secret clearance based on a current in-scope background investigation, and be SCI eligible
Bachelor's Degree is required, Master's preferred, in Intelligence, Political Science, Public Policy, Psychology and/or an Asia-Pacific-related field of study.
Minimum eight (8) years' experience, within the last ten (10) years, demonstrating expertise in the area of knowledge of threat, indications and warning, collection, analysis, and production, with ability to collaborate with other senior intelligence analysts within the USPACOM Intelligence Enterprise, the U.S. Intelligence Community, and the Interagency.
Must have previous experience with Special Operations Forces (SOF) Operations Actions and Activities (OAA), to include: SOF TTPs, experience in DoD & Inter-agency intelligence programs, asymmetric analysis, PACOM/JCS training events, and PACOM country(s) familiarization.
Must have knowledge and experience using theater and national-level intelligence automated information, intelligence, and communication systems, tools, databases, and programs.
Must have previous intelligence staff experience, tactical through operational/COCOM, with desired experience at national-level intelligence combat support agency (e.g. NSA, NGA, etc).
Must be willing to travel.
Qualifications
BS or equivalent + 9 yrs related experience, or MS + 7 yrs related experience
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Bachelor's degree in international relations, political science, public policy, psychology or related field preferred
Graduate of an intelligence training school or equivalent
Six or more years of intelligence analysis experience
Experience working with intelligence organizations
Experience working with intelligence processes, policies and procedures
Experience working with multiple intelligence sources
Experience working with multiple intelligence databases and maintenance of accuracy and content of same
Experience working with specialized specific intelligence sources such as human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), measurement and signal intelligence (MASINT), open source intelligence (OSINT) and possibly developing subject matter expertise in that particular discipline
Possess security clearance as needed
Other Qualifications:
Interpersonal skills to interact with customers and team members
Communication skills to interact with team members and support personnel
Analytical and problem solving skills for investigating security issues
Leadership skills
Ability to work with intelligence databases and related tools
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Willingness to travel
CSRA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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