Senior Counter Terrorism (CT) All Source Analysts
The Senior Counter Terrorism (CT) All Source Analyst provides CT All-source Analyst to implement the four priorities of analytical methodologies: threats to U.S interests (anti-western threats associated with violent extremist networks), Host Nation threats, Socio-political environment and Crisis Response Contractor (Analyst) will be proficient in Steady-State, Crisis, and Predictive Intelligence coverage of South Asia/Southeast Asia, facilitating both CONOP development and support for USPACOM, USSOCOM, SOCPAC and interagency planning in order to develop a full range of Special Operations options.
- Assist in defining analytical and collection requirements, training (virtual or physical) of PACOM Augmentation Teams, Components, Task Forces, support to PACOM Assessments, national Intelligence Community level discussions and working groups, Link Analysis, Source Directed Requirements, and provide predictive analysis to the Commander and Staff. Provide Steady-State, Crisis, and Predictive Intelligence coverage of South Asia/Southeast Asia, facilitating both CONOP development and support for USPACOM, USSOCOM, SOCPAC and interagency planning in order to develop a full range of Special Operations options. Maintain steady-state coverage of South Asia/Southeast Asia in order to support SOCPAC’s efforts to provide strategic-level analysis in niche areas to USPACOM and the Intelligence Community efforts.Use information derived from all intelligence disciplines to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action. Research, analyze and develop complex analytical products which provide a robust understanding of the dynamic environment in given operationally focused areas. Research and develop critical factors analysis and deliver into intelligence products. Participate in committees and working groups concerned with developing or revising OPLANs, CONPLANs, intelligence architectures and theater and national intelligence. Conduct 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. Provide 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. Maintain 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. Deliver technical insight into intelligence matters relevant to the command. Provide intelligence support for OPLAN, CONPLAN and crisis development. Provide 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, and Current Threat Briefs. Work 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.Provide operational and regional analysis, Geo-Political Analysis, HUMINT/SIGINT analysis, collection management, and Find- Fix-Finish Exploit and Assess (F3EA) targeting cycle. CONUS and OCONUS travel may be required. Deployment: Deployments of no more than 90 days may be required to the following countries: Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Thailand, or Singapore.
- Eight (8) years experience in Counterterrorism (CT) and Violent Extremist Organizations (VEO) intelligence analysis, with at least two (2) years supporting Special Operations Forces (SOF)
- Five (5) years experience at the operational level conducting regional analysis, Geo-Political Analysis, HUMINT/SIGINT analysis, collection management, and Find- Fix-Finish Exploit and Assess (F3EA) targeting cycle.
- Three (3) years experience with identity studies (e.g. anthropology, sociology, political science, etc.) or development economics
- Five (5) years intelligence experience with analysis, reporting and briefing in a DoD setting
- Four (4) years experience using theater and national level intelligence automated information, intelligence, and communication systems, tools, databases, and programs.