TASC is seeking a senior intelligence policy analyst to join our team of highly qualified, diverse professionals supporting the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD(I)). The selected applicant will be part of TASC’s contract support to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Strategy, Programs, and Resources. This position is located in the Pentagon, Arlington VA.
This senior intelligence policy analyst position supports the Cyber Capabilities Directorate, within the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Strategy, Programs and Resources, in executing its assigned responsibilities as the USD(I)’s focal point for Defense Intelligence investments in cyberspace by ensuring synchronization of intelligence capabilities with the rest of the DoD and the Intelligence Community (IC); leveraging industry investment and trends; and providing policy and guidance on intelligence in cyberspace. The incumbent will provide assessments on intelligence support to cyberspace operations requirements, relevant technologies, current and future intelligence programs related to cyberspace, and all policy matters related to cyberspace operations and cyberspace intelligence.
The incumbent will be responsible for advising USD(I) and other DoD leadership, project managers, and action officers on the development of the OUSD(I) positions on cyberspace operations and cyberspace intelligence topics/issues. The incumbent will, under the direction and control of the Cyber Capabilities Director, represent the OUSD(I) position on policy topics/issues at various DoD, IC, and interagency forums.
The qualified candidate must possess the following Minimum Qualifications :
A current TS/SCI Clearance (Current SCI is within last 2-years or an active SCI (currently indoctrinated with current accesses)
Bachelor’s degree in related field and 10+ years of military and/or intelligence community experience.
Strong briefing, writing, and editing skills.
A Self-Starter, able to work independently with minimal oversight, supervision, and direction.
Solid understanding of role/functions of the USD(I), Defense Intelligence, and all other elements of the IC.
Headquarters-level staff experience, either military or federal civil service, within the OSD, IC, Joint Staff, Military Services, or other DoD Components as a staff action and/or project officer.
The ideal candidate should possess the Desired Skills, Knowledge, and Training (SKT):
Experience in drafting and revising DoD Directives, Manuals, Instructions, and other policy documents.
Experience in intelligence analysis, strategic planning, and project/program management.
Ability to clearly and concisely prepare documentation and staff action packages for senior DoD leadership consideration
Ability to present issues and/or positions with proposed courses of action on a variety of cyberspace operations and intelligence related issues
Knowledge of cyberspace related platforms/systems and familiarity with doctrinal and policy issues pertaining to cyberspace operations and cyberspace intelligence.
Have subject matter expertise in SIGINT, GEOINT, HUMINT, MASINT, and all source analysis; be familiar with the information environment.
Be familiar with the Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS); and the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) processes.
Be familiar with the Military Intelligence Program (MIP) and National Intelligence Program (NIP).
TASC - 2 years ago
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