CACI International Senior Counterintelligence (CI) Support Specialist in Baghdad, Iraq
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.
Analyzes threat information from multiple sources, disciplines, and agencies across the Intelligence Community concerning foreign all-source collection capabilities and activities, i. e. , human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), geo-spatial intelligence (GEOINT) / imagery intelligence (IMINT), and measurement & signatures intelligence (MASINT), specifically addressing foreign intelligence personalities, activities, capabilities, methods of operation/modus operandi (MO), intentions, and relationships with other intelligence services and terrorist networks. Conducts comprehensive research scouring finished intelligence products and reviewing raw intelligence (from CI, counterterrorism (CT), human, signals, geo-spatial, imagery, technical, law enforcement (LE) and open-source intelligence collection); compiles relevant data and integrates data into a coherent whole; considers the information’s reliability, validity and relevance; consults other CI and intelligence analysts; puts the evaluated information into context; makes judgments about the implications of the information; identifies gaps requiring additional collections; and produces finished intelligence which provides comprehensive assessments of threats posed by foreign entities engaging in intelligence collection, terrorist, and/or other clandestine/covert activities directed against US/DoD interests. Identifies and evaluates assets, trends and patterns of intelligence activities of foreign intelligence and security services (FISS) and international terrorists. Performs tailored analysis to develop comprehensive target definition of far-reaching strategic threats to support operational planning and to identify opportunities for CI action to penetrate, exploit, manipulate, neutralize or degrade intelligence activities of FISSs, international terrorists, and other threats. Integrates large amounts of intelligence information on foreign intelligence threats into context in order to draw insights about the possible implications. Conducts in-depth analysis of on-going foreign intelligence activities to determine the significance of information relative to intelligence already known, to identify significant facts, and draw deductions about the probable meaning of newly evaluated information. Identifies intelligence gaps, specifies collection requirements to fill gaps in information, evaluates resulting intelligence collected in response to requirements and determines analytical approach. Identifies significant CI trends and proposes new or revised analytical projects to alert decision-makers to new developments and to meet client requirements. Prepares relevant assessments on emerging threat issues to identify gaps and seams, as well as vulnerabilities and opportunities, provides input to client decision makers on key CI analysis trends, evaluates and prioritizes threat targets, and develops actionable products to facilitate aggressive CI response. Maintains, populates, and manages intelligence records, information files, and a variety of databases.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Education - Government CI credentialing course such as CI Special Agent Course (CISAC) OR other accredited DOD credentialing course PLUS
• Experience - At least eight years of experience with former MOS 35L, 351L, 97B, 35E, 35M, 351L/M, 97E or civilian 1811/0132 badged and credentialed CI Agent or DoD Joint Service or other Service equivalents such as 18F = SF INTEL NCO or 180A SF WO with ASOT-III, USAF 7XOS1 – Special Investigator (SI) 0211 Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT) Specialist PLUS
• Clearance – Secret PLUS
• Special skills or qualifications (all required)
Knowledge of Army/Joint CI procedures, doctrine, and practices
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 screening /interviewing/debriefing plans
Proficient in briefing senior leadership at the O6 level
Experience with the evaluation of information requiring further investigation
Working knowledge of and/or Experience in supporting the CENTCOM AOR
Experience supporting CI operations or acting in the capacity of / performing the mission of a CI agent
• Education – Bachelor’s Degree
• Deployed experience in the CENTCOM AOR
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