Irregular Warfare Analyst (All Source), Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, TS/SCI
Other / Technical
Peraton is seeking former service members of all services with proven experience as an Irregular Warfare Analyst (All Source). Ideal candidate would be responsible for planning irregular warfare operations for the CCMD geographic area of responsibility in the Central Region (i.e., includes the sovereign countries of the Arabian Peninsula, the Levant sub-region, as well as Central and South Asia). The scope and objectives of the Operational Planning, Implementation, and Assessment Services (OPIAS) Task Order is to provide our technical expertise supporting U.S. Government partners/clients. The Irregular Warfare Analyst will research special program and space capabilities for feasibility and integration into CCMD Concepts of Operations, Operational Plans, and contingency planning. Provides direct analytical support, planning, and subject matter expertise to shape CCMD efforts in collaboration with other U.S. government agencies and partner nations. Integrates irregular warfare into deliberate and crisis action plans and combined/joint operations for the Commander, CCMD. Focus of the Irregular Warfare Analyst is combatant command level and higher Concepts of Operations, plans, policy and doctrine, and external coordination in the command’s area of responsibility. Subject matter expert on special programs collaborating with experienced planners, operators, analysts, and coalition partners at CCMD within the irregular warfare and information related capabilities community in support of campaign plan objectives. This Position is a deployed unaccompanied one-year assignment to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Duties and Responsibilities: Develop, coordinate and facilitate execution of sensitive activity Concept of Operations plans and ordersIdentifies all-source intelligence information necessary to enable effects-based sensitive activity decision making and executions Provides collection tasking requirements and advisement on HUMINT surrogate network operational activitiesIdentifies and facilitates implementation of unique sensitive activity capabilitiesRisk Assessments and Threat Mitigation program management.Developed and executed Interagency intelligence and security strategies, plans and conduct liaison in support of counter-terrorism and counter-organized crime activities with CIA, DOS, FBI, DHS, US TREAS, JTTFs, and DOD.Assessed information operations products designed to inform and influence and helped integrated information operations analysis into planning.Employed data mining, data fusion, predictive analysis, geo-profiling, and temporal analysis techniques in support of CCMD commander’s requirements related to HUMINT and MILDEC operations.Applied analytical techniques and methodologies using an expert understanding of unconventional warfare.Prepared studies and assessments of threats, potential threats, and threat-related trends and analysis.Produced targeting and lead development related intelligence products in support of CCMD Counterintelligence and HUMINT operations.Researched, evaluated, analyzed, and fused multiple source reporting, including OSINT, on specific targets into finished intelligence products used by CI and HUMINT operational planners.Produced intelligence products supporting Targeting and Lead Development in support of worldwide Counterintelligence and HUMINT operations.Monitored current intelligence on specified targets and provided intelligence assessments utilized by tactical planners and operators during mission-planning cycle.Overlays Publicly Available Information (PAI) research with SIGINT applications to illuminate Intelligence gaps that support CCMD line of efforts (LOE). Provides irregular warfare capabilities expertise for CONOP development while concurrently collaborating with inter-agency partners.
Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and Certified as a HUMINT professional with 9 years (or 7 years with Master’s degree) of experience in operational environment directly involved in HUMINT or 14 Years of experience in lieu of the degree Certified HUMINT Collector with a minimum of 5 years’ experience directly involved in HUMINT, Overt/Clandestine, HUMINT Operation SOF Support of Sensitive Activities Experience with incorporating SAP and STO capabilities in plans and operations; graduate of the STO Planner Course and PDAS User CourseStaff level planning and CONOP development experience at the Combatant Command, TSOC and/or Sub Unified Command levelExperience conducting analysis of irregular warfare problem sets to highlight insurgent or threat network organization, key nodes, and vulnerabilities.Experience conducting irregular warfare network analysis in support of attack the network operations.Formal training or more than three years of practical experience utilizing the F3EAD, CALEB/IWA, Social Network Analysis and CARVER methodologies.Expert understanding of network analysis tools such as Analyst Notebook and Palantir.Expert understanding of Intel-related databases such as M3, TAC, NCTC Online, TIDE, ICReach SIGINT database, Cultweave SIGINT database, PROTON SIGINT Database.Expert understanding of Intel targeting tools such as the Skope toolset or the Voltron toolset.Practical understanding of geospatial Intel tools such as ArcGIS and Google Earth.Current DoD Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibilityMust possess a US Passport Preferred Qualifications: Current CI Scope Polygraph or ability to take one upon hiringCertified HUMINT professional with 10 or more years of experience in operational environment directly involved in HUMINT Overt/Clandestine, HUMINT Operation Support or SOF Sensitive ActivitiesGraduate of a recognized HUMINT Support Course such as: HUMINT Collection Operations Management Course (HCOM), HUMINT Collection Management Officer (HCMO), HMINT Collection Manager Course (HCMC), Operations Support Officer Course (OSOC), HUMINT Desk Officer Course (HDOC), and Operational HUMINT Targeting Course (OHTC)Joint or Service Level Information Operation planning experienceAble to physically participate in training and operational support, as needed
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Target Salary Range
$112,000 – $179,000. This represents the typical salary range for this position based on experience and other factors.
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An Equal Opportunity Employer including Disability/Veteran.
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2023-130448 JBPRT 2023.05.23
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