Support the CIAV methodology with ISR & Intel expertise in support of Combatant Command assessment (and other) requirements relative to data sharing with mission partners. Project execution will include advice, analysis, and support as would be provided in a Tactical Operations Center or Coalition Joint Operations Center with hands-on capabilities on ISR&T systems and architectures.
Evaluate Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (TCPED) processes and applications and supporting technologies in a coalition environment.
Serve as Planning/Execution Analysts and Event Leads, responsible for performing research, coordinating site configuration, executing use cases, and performing data analysis during Desktop Analysis (DTA) efforts, as well as Assurance and Validation (A&V) events.
Demonstrate previous experience in managing and perform in-depth all-source intelligence research and tactical and strategic analysis, designing, developing, and delivering professional products orally and in writing to convey information in a clear and concise form, format, and dialogue to senior, peer, and subordinate personnel and organizations
Apply derivative classification markings and distribution statements to associated US CIAV documents produced for distribution/publication.
Attend and/or coordinate regularly scheduled meetings telephonically; attend and/or coordinate ad hoc meetings.
Identify opportunities for modeling and simulation early in the event planning process.
Interface with other assessment organizations and participate in coalition interoperability and assessment related working groups.
Coordinate the RFI process to address requirements through to completion, which includes identifying and coordinating the proposed classification of requirements.
Conduct DTA and A&V events, perform exercise support planning activities, and coordinate findings with CIAV Operations Support as outlined in the CIAV U. S. Organization document dated 10 December 2014.
Assist in the determination of the Memorandum of Record necessary to achieve interoperability in a coalition environment for a Cyber C2/Situational Awareness Mission Profile.
Collaborate with the Event Lead to ensure seamless integration of Cyber findings, impacts, and artifacts into one report for submission to the appropriate distribution list as determined by the US CIAV National Lead.
Maintain current knowledge of relevant technologies and subject areas.
Participate in special projects as required.
Provide expert understanding of the Intelligence Cycle, Intelligence Operations, Intelligence Collection Management and expertise as part of a highly motivated team of operationally focused individuals.
Clearance requirement: Top Secret SCI
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS (or equivalent experience), 2+ years of experience
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