Corruption (Narcotic Nexus) Research Targeting and Assessment Advisor Operations (Afghanistan) – POC in Listing
Posted by Steve Fisher on October 12, 2017
To apply to this job, contact Steve Fisher.
The Corruption Narcotics Nexus Targeting & Assessment / Advisor works at the direction of the Targeting Operations Branch Chief as part of the Counter-Corruption Task Force. Performs target development and participates in all phases of the targeting process. Analyzes intelligence and reporting for investigation lead development and assists in the generation of Corruption Narcotics Nexus requirements for collection or exploitation in support of counter corruption mission.
Generates targets for and participates in the joint, interagency, lethal, non-lethal, and Key Leader Engagement (KLE) targeting process from conception to completion. Performs daily review of intelligence and other incoming reporting for lead development and follow-up and assists in the generation of Corruption Narcotics Nexus requirements responsive to requests for information from Target Coordination Forward Personnel. Assists in limited scope analysis and when appropriate, provide actionable intelligence from that analysis. Plans, coordinates, and synchronizes efforts. Provides unity of purpose among all mission partners in order to achieve optimum effects with host nation counterparts, interagency partners, international agencies, NATO and US Forces. Establishes counter corruption communities of action and applies available partner nation, interagency, law enforcement, military, and international resources to COM RS priorities as identified by Targeting leadership. Completes required training at US CENTCOM HQs in Tampa, FL before deploying to become a train-the-trainer for the rest of the Counter Corruption Targeting Organization. Completes required personal weapons qualification prior to deployment.
Experience and Education:
Must possess a current TS/SCI clearance.
Ten years of targeting experience and a Master’s degree or equivalent experience.
One year experience with Counter-Threat Finance methods and tools.
Previous deployment experience with US military, Department of State, or law enforcement.
Graduate of the DIAC Advanced Counter Threat Finance Course.
Three years of experience with Counter-Threat Finance methods and tools and expertise.
Experience with Task Force 2010, the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force-Afghanistan (CJIATF-A), Shafafiyat, or CJIATF-Nexus Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) or other counter corruption organization .
Candidates please put the name Lisa Washington in the section asking for how you heard about position.
- Salary: Not provided
- Clearance Required: No
- Spouse Friendly: No