Remote Work: No
Job Number: R0179644
HUMINT Operations Planner
Design, develop, and implement international partnership programs in multiple countries across a Combatant Command. Design, develop, and execute solutions in support of intelligence organizations, missions, or processes. advanced consulting skills, extensive technical expertise, and full knowledge of the HUMINT career field. Regularly communicate with and meet with U.S. officials to explore program feasibility and appropriate program solutions specific to the applicable country. Meet with senior foreign defense intelligence officials and their staff to explore and scope possibilities for program partnerships. Under senior government guidance, explore and scope partner relationships with the client and its service components. Conduct and write program assessments and conduct program reviews with U.S. and foreign partner stakeholders. Develop innovative solutions to complex problems. Work without considerable direction and mentor and supervise team members. Serve as a HUMINT operations planner in support of enduring and developing operational initiatives for Joint, coalition, and interagency operations. subject matter expertise, advice, and support for planning, coordination, and implementation of both collection activities and time-sensitive opportunities. Coordinate HUMINT operations and capability building requirements with staff sections, Combat Support Agencies (CSAs), service components, host nation, partner nations, coalitions, and interagency partners. Draft plans and operational proposals, including requirements, plans, orders, and tasking documents. Provide specialized operational and technical support to sensitive activities and intelligence operations. Develop and present briefings to facilitate HUMINT initiatives for operations and special projects or programs. Monitor activities conducted in support of current and contingency operations while coordinating external U.S. and allied HUMINT support.
15+ years of experience in the military intelligence field
10+ years of experience conducting, enabling, or directly supporting HUMINT operations
5+ years of experience managing and directing HUMINT field operations
3+ years of experience working on a J2X, J3X, or J39 staff at a TSOC, JTF, or Combatant Command
Knowledge of tactical HUMINT including debriefings, source operations, or interrogations
Knowledge of working closely with U.S. Embassy Country Teams and foreign partner forces
Knowledge of DoD HUMINT policy, directives, and doctrine
Knowledge of the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP)
TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph
HS diploma or GED
Experience meeting and briefing senior U.S. and international military and civilian leaders in small and large group settings
Experience with the use of intelligence automated systems
Experience working with NATO or allied partners
Experience with use of intelligence automated systems
Experience with the U.S. intelligence community missions, functions, and interrelationships
Knowledge of the intelligence community missions, functions, and interrelationships
Graduate of ASOT-C, MAGTF CI HUMINT, DATC, ASOC, AMSOC, FTC, or OTC Course
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance with polygraph is required.
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