The Identity Operations Manager (IOM) provides technical expertise, research, evaluation, and staff support for SOF identity operations at supported TSOC, interagency partner, and COCOM. Support includes:
Provide lesson’s learned technical expertise, identify common operational requirements and develop biometric, forensic, and DOMEX processes to support the unique needs of each theater, supported agency, and commander.
Draft and coordinate identity related plans, policy documentation, partner nation or interagency MOA/MOUs, CONOPS, orders and/or supporting identity operations Annexes/ Appendixes to address SOF equities world-wide that lead to global access and operational authorities.
De-conflict, synchronize, and coordinate biometric, forensic, and DOMEX issues to achieve USG, DoD, and partner nation consensus in support of SOF identity operations.
Review identity operations capabilities, tactics, techniques and procedures to synchronize and report best practices across SOF missions and operations.
Support planning and coordinating USSOCOM Tactical Evaluation event activities.
Advise Commanders in biometric, DOD biometric, forensic, and DOMEX capabilities and operations, and document identity operational requirements in support of TSOC, interagency partner, and COCOM missions.
Remain current on emerging identity related technologies in the areas of live / latent fingerprint collection, iris scans, facial recognition, voice pattern analysis, DNA, hand geometry and behavioral patterns.
Leverage DOD biometrics enabled watch list process (BEWL) to support IOM missions.
Support, develop, plan, evaluate and recommend capabilities to meet requirements of current and future COCOM/TSOC identity operations. Includes recommending process change decisions, applying deployed force lessons learned, and improving DOD biometrics architecture requirements to support commander’s unique regional requirements.
Coordinate or participate in tactical biometric, forensic, or document and media (DOMEX) exploitation studies, evaluations, testing, and / or provide Subject Matter Expertise to assist in the development of effective remedies.
10+ years Identity Operations experience
2 years of experience serving as an action officer in a senior level command (interagency HQ, Joint Staff, or COCOM / equivalent 4-Star level command).
1 year of experience writing plans, policy, CONOPS, orders, or MOA/MOUs at a senior level command (interagency HQ, Joint Staff, or COCOM / equivalent 4-Star level command).
TS/SCI Clearance is required
Graduate or instructor at the Joint Exploitation Training Center (JETC)
Graduate or instructor at the Exploitation Analysis Center (EAC) Managers Course or the EAC Advance Course.
Experience with Screening and Vetting of foreign nationals supporting USG activities
Experience with Identity Intelligence Operations planning or execution at COCOM or TSOC level
Knowledge of Bio-metrically Enabled Watch Lists, Bio-metric Enable Intelligence, Forensic Enabled Intelligence, and DOMEX Enabled Intelligence.
Experience in developing COCOM or TSOC level Concepts of Operations
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
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