Railhead, Inc is seeking experienced CI Specialists, with a focus on Mission Analysis OSINT, to support the U.S. Army. The CI Specialist will provide research and analysis in order to create products and responses to RFIs for the customer on foreign intelligence and technology protection-related threats to the US Army and the DoD worldwide. RFIs include, but are not limited to:
Answers to specific intelligence questions
Conference support packages
FIE tradecraft identification
Travel history on specified individuals
Identify, monitor, and assess foreign intelligence efforts attempting collection of sensitive national security information on U.S. persons, activities and interests, including threats posed by emerging technologies to U.S. operations and interests.
Apply understanding of foreign intelligence capabilities / activities and U.S. and foreign partner CI capabilities and TTPs for in-depth analytic research and production of all-source CI studies and contributes to developing CI strategies.
Conduct, develop, produce, and present programs of instruction in specified collection operations TTPs, and related or supporting processes, relevant to the various human intelligence and technical intelligence operations under DoD authorities.
Analyze OSINT, HUMINT, SIGINT, MASINT, and GEOINT reporting from a wide variety of sources, provided by the Government, to identify current and emerging threats, FIE Modus Operandi, foreign entities pursuing acquisition of US and foreign military technology, dual-use components for illegal procurement, and other analytical requirements as determined by the customer.
Fuse all pertinent information to support the analytical requirements of the customer. \Communicate analytic findings in written assessments, formal analytic notes, briefings, graphics, written inputs to designated intelligence products or responses to RFIs, and informal verbal briefings and participation in working groups, conferences, and one-on-one sessions with consumers of intelligence and CI information.
Support and engage with members of units across Army CI and IC elements.
Maintain collaborative contact with counterparts across the Army Counterintelligence community and IC concerning their analytic efforts and findings to ensure that all threats to the Army and DoD are addressed.
Provide, engage, and participate in analytic exchanges, briefings, and training, both internal to the unit and external within the intelligence community, in order to facilitate the accomplishment of assigned products.
Apply the principles and requirements of the following regulations in any contractor-provided analytical support: AR 381-12 (Threat Awareness and Reporting Program); AR 381-20 (US Army Counterintelligence); AR 381-10 (US Intelligence); and DoDI 5240.23 (CI Activities in Cyberspace).
Identify and disseminate FIE Modus Operandi by conducting in-depth reviews of historical CONUS based CI investigations and provide periodic analytical updates on major investigations currently underway.
Identify intelligence gaps concerning current and emerging threats, develop intelligence information report evaluations, recommend source-directed requirements, and recommend collection requirements of emphases to focus collection activities against those gaps.
Graduate of in-residence Fundamentals of Intelligence Analysis course or Military Service equivalent.
Railhead, Inc. is a leader in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; advanced cyber solutions; cloud and managed IT solutions; engineering, and information-based solutions for law enforcement and homeland security. We provide training and logistics in support of readiness operations; and operational support services and solutions in support of organizations not limited to DHS, DoD, and the Intelligence Community (IC). We hire mission enablers whom reflect our communities and proactively embrace diversity and inclusion, in order to advance our corporate culture, develop our family of employees into the best they can be, and in turn grow our market share throughout industry.
Railhead, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.