Intelligence Operations Analyst
Fort Belvior, VA US
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA
Salary: Market Value
- Maintain 24/7 mission command capability Army Leadership team. Monitor phone lines that include commercial, DSN, SVOIP and NSTS lines, check voice mail at least every three hours and log all phone calls or voicemails requiring support..
- Serve as the single focal point for the interface between HQ and supported units and organizations, Department of Defense (DoD), Army Operations Center (AOC), and Intelligence Community.
- Respond to general inquiries from leadership
- Effectively apply critical thinking methodologies and processes in resolving complex problems, conducting analysis, development, production and delivery of products; to include, responding appropriately to RFI, drafting EXSUMS, information papers, briefings and presenting oral presentations.
- Prepare and conduct Shift Change Briefs/Updates to provides a seamless transition of ongoing actions/activities from one shift to the next; facilitating continuous situational awareness and understanding of global intelligence operations
- Monitor news media outlets for situational awareness, maintain continuous surveillance of the world situation for items of interest and report using the appropriate means
- Monitor networks for worldwide and national events, that have an impact on the organization or their operations.
- Monitor, track, and disseminate Theater Significant Activities (SIGACTS), SIPR, NIPR, and the Automated Message Handling System (AMHS) for Serious Incident Reports (SIR), OPREP-3s, and other messages that meet HQDA Senior Leader Critical Command Information Requirement (CCIR) criteria
- Monitor message traffic across NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS networks for immediate notification requirements for the INSCOM G-3 to satisfy requests for information (RFI) from CCMD intelligence elements, MSCs, the Army Cyber Command, and the AOC.
- Review all emails, EXSUMs, CCIRs, and items submitted to the IMCC or IOC email groups on NIPR, SIPR and JWICS networks and take appropriate actions IAW IMCC/IOC SOP or Battle Drills.
- Forward any reports or intelligence products that meet CSA or INSCOM CCIR to the appropriate distribution list, unless directed otherwise by COR or other Government personnel designated in writing by the COR to the contractor.
- Report equipment and circuit outages IAW established SOPs and Battle Drills. Ensure any outages requiring technical support are logged and disseminated to the appropriate Staff sections IAW established SOPs.
- Receive, summarize, disseminate, track, and archive all INSCOM Serious Incident Reports (SIRs), outages and all Shift activities IAW IMCC IOC SOP or IMCC Knowledge Enterprise protocols.
- 10-15 years of experience all-source source intelligence analyst or Army/joint forces experience including particular experience as a staff member at a Brigade or higher level with experience as a primary staff officer, staff section officer or staff section warrant officer.
- Bachelor's degree
- Current DoD Top Secret/SCI security clearance
- Experience with all-source intelligence processes, data evaluation, and analysis
- Demonstrated experience delivering global situational awareness in support of planning, synchronization, decision making and execution of client missions using automated systems
- Demonstrated experience with intelligence automated systems
- Working knowledge of the Army s five paragraph operations order
- Operational, Production, Exploitation, and Dissemination Experience
- Demonstrated experience managing research and coordination for projects
- At least 8 years of experience with Military Plans and Operations processes
- Experience working with and maintaining databases