**This position is Contract Contingent upon Funding and Award. All resumes submitted will be retained for full review and consideration. **
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in area of expertise (e.g. Intelligence Analysis, International Studies) OR eight (8) years experience in an Intelligence-related
Five (5) years of experience related to subject matter identified in the Task that demonstrates ability to perform as a recognized expert in Intelligence/ISR plans and policy (14-series instructions) and AF TTPs.
Identify, evaluate, and integrate applicable DoD, Service and Intelligence Community doctrine and polices concerning ISR force development, training, standardization/evaluation, and operations as promulgated by multiple levels of command. Write, review, edit, and staff intelligence policy and guidance documents related to ACC-assigned weapons systems and functional areas. Review, assess and provide critical analysis of Joint, Service and Intelligence Community doctrine focusing upon CAF intelligence interests. Participate in, monitor, plan, administer meetings, working groups and other forums to assist ACC/A2 in advocating, planning and implementing MAJCOM, CAF, AF and Joint policy, doctrine and TTPs. Participate in Joint C4ISR experimentation, operational exercises and system development and integration activities; conduct multi-discipline ISR functional activities using one or more current Intelligence Community and DoD component standard ISR tools and applications; acts as a Analyst to assist units and C-NAFs performing in exercises and experiments across the TACS; ensures training to proper standards, identifies training gaps to proper organizations. Assists ACC/CAF and other organizations in developing, monitoring, tracking and managing production and revision of unit-level or force-level policy and doctrine and other guidance-related materials in support of ACC-owned weapons systems, C-NAFs, AOCs and units.
Security Clearance: TS/S
Benefit Eligibility: Full