CI Operations Coordinator - Technical CI Operations Coordinator (648885)

  • 02/19/2018

Job Description

Leidos is seeking highly qualified candidates to support a government client. Candidates must possess a TS/SCI clearance to be considered. Join our team of national-level analysts and technical experts supporting decision-makers and policy development for the mission to lead and support the counterintelligence and security activities of the US Government, the US Intelligence Community, and US private sector entities.

The CI Operations Coordinator will:
• Provide support to the conduct of strategic, all-source analysis and CI offensive and defensive activities to include, but not limited to, performing in-depth research and analysis on the full range of information available within both mission areas
• Conduct liaison with CI Community analytic, collection, investigation, production and operational elements to monitor and evaluate CI strategic capabilities and achievements, CI analytical findings, and assist in development of strategies, processes, and courses of action consistent with and in support of the National CI Strategy to ensure an adequate level of consistent, collaborative investigative, operational, collection and analytical response
• Assist with the preparation of the full range of reports, briefings, and papers in support of strategic CI offensive operations, programs, campaigns, and analysis as needed, to include research and production of CI historical perspectives, intra-agency CI capabilities, and assessment products to support policymaking decisions at the highest levels of the U.S. Government
• Directly support the production of analytic products and briefings on offensive CI initiatives, programs, campaigns, and issues. When appropriate, serve as drafter or first line editor of authoritative written assessments, as well as related draft policy issuances
• Provide subject matter expertise, advice, and support to the full range of planning for CI operational campaigns and activities, to include conducting research and analysis, planning, and preparation of detailed written products in support of strategic CI campaigns, programs, and initiatives in accordance with Sponsor priorities
• Work with National Counterintelligence Officers, National Intelligence Officers, National Intelligence Managers, and CI Community entities to provide support in the development of integrated CI responses to national plans, strategies, needs, emerging analytic community information needs, special events and crisis
• Assist in the development of complex, expert assessments of the responsiveness of intelligence derived from collection programs and CI operational efforts measured against the National CI Strategy
• Assist in the establishment and prioritization of offensive CI operational objectives, specific actions to be taken, and explicit timelines to achieve mission objectives
• Assist in the planning and development of integrated all-source collection strategies, CI operational campaigns and initiatives, research and analysis of foreign intelligence entities tactics, techniques, and targeting approaches to address prioritized information requirements, national CI operational needs, as well as critical gaps in CI authorities and capabilities against foreign intelligence entities
• Coordinate with all-source collection disciplines to arrange collection support for priority counterintelligence initiatives
- Bachelor's degree or 4 years equivalent, related work experience - Twelve (12) years of relevant technical work experience.
- 5 years of experience working with or in the USIC (may be concurrent with the requisite 12 years of work experience)
- Must have a minimum of 5 years of experience conducting, coordinating and/or managing offensive CI operational activities and associated activities
- Minimum of 5 years of experience working and collaborating with various Executive Branch cyber or technical related organizations, particularly those that conduct technical operations
- Minimum of 5 years of experience conducting technical or cyber research
- Minimum of 3 years technical writing experience developing papers, reports, briefings and other written documents geared toward a senior technical and executive audience " " - Must be well versed in CI and intelligence issues and priorities, and must have demonstrated experience in the U.S. policy and national security communities
- Demonstrated experience conducting, coordinating, and/or managing CI operational activity in interagency and at USIC senior levels
- Demonstrated experience working in strategic FIE analysis, collection requirements, systems, and processes in the USIC
- Must possess outstanding oral and written communication skills. Graduate level grammar, spelling, writing style, and presentation are the minimum expectations. Must be able to provide detailed finished reports, papers, and briefings, and participate in interagency working groups and forums.
- Must be able to work effectively under time constraints and potentially changing priorities, while maintaining a high level of attention to detail
- Must be able to work in a collaborative, team environment
- Demonstrated understanding of the full range of collection disciplines and associated capabilities and how these can support CI operational activities and CI analytic efforts
- Must have a demonstrated knowledge of collection organizations across the USIC, their roles, responsibilities, and authorities, and possess a network of relationships across this community to facilitate requests for collection to support counterintelligence requirements
- Demonstrated understanding of the processes for issuing collection requirements and for requesting collection reporting for CI purposes
- Demonstrated knowledge of statutes, policies and standards pertaining to technical or cyber operations and the associated constraints placed on cyber operations
- Demonstrated knowledge of the authorities, roles, responsibilities and capabilities of cyber organizations throughout the Executive Branch
- Must possess excellent oral and written communications skills
- Ability to work in an environment with rapidly-changing priorities
Leidos Overview:
Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company’s 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems Global Solutions business (IS GS). For more information, visit The company’s diverse employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Leidos will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in accordance with relevant Laws. Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer. JBLeidos ICJBMeta