Counterintelligence Screener (TS/SCI CI Polygraph required)
Fort George G Meade, MD
We are currently seeking a TS/SCI CI Polygraph cleared Counterintelligence Screener to join our team at Fort Meade, MD, supporting the Security Vetting Office (SVO). The ideal candidate will be responsible for conducting in-depth research, analysis, and document production for dissemination across various sectors within the Intelligence Community (IC).
Collaborate with DoD, Federal Government Agencies, and Allied Forces to fulfill crucial mission requirements.
Generate intelligence content for databases and products, leveraging expertise in the intelligence cycle and analytical processes.
Craft specialized assessments, intelligence reports, briefs, alerts, threat assessments, and other intelligence-related materials.
Tackle diverse problems, evaluating various factors while analyzing data.
Develop and adapt operational procedures to meet evolving requirements, ensuring optimal efficiency.
Provide guidance to counterintelligence analysts on high-risk determinations and oversee high-risk assessments while offering operational direction.
Design and deliver training on systems and procedures integral to personnel security and vetting operations, aligning with government-established training standards.
Active TS/SCI with CI Polygraph
A minimum of five (5) years of experience in intelligence/counterintelligence analysis
Proficiency in accessing and utilizing common intelligence community networks (e.g., JWICS, SIPRNet, NIPRNet), as well as analogous FBI networks, for information exchange.
Ability to draft specialized assessments, intelligence reports, briefs, alerts, and other intelligence products.
Familiarity with handling classified information within secure facilities, adhering to classified handling protocols.
Proficient in organizing research findings, conducting analysis, and composing clear and concise descriptive products.
Strong understanding of identifying Insider Threat indicators and adversary tactics.
Proficiency in navigating multiple IC and partner agency databases for research and analysis.
Competency in using sophisticated search engines employing focused research techniques (e.g., Boolean search).
Support in generating documentation for designated programs.
Creation of graphics and presentations as necessary.
Offer recommendations on assessments to senior leaders and colleagues.
Sound understanding of intelligence findings adjudication and mitigation techniques.
Possess strong skills in conceptualization, quantitative analysis, organizational abilities, research, and effective verbal and written communication.
Exhibit critical thinking, sound judgment, problem-solving skills, and an ability to work independently.
Capability to interact effectively with diverse groups and facilitate consensus across stakeholders.
Familiarity with intelligence products from DoS, NSA, DIA, CIA, FBI, NTCT.