Intel Collection and Requirement Management Advisor (Afghanistan)(S) – POC in Listing
Posted by Steve Fisher on July 17, 2017
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The personnel of the DCOM-A G2 Intelligence Training and Advisory Group (INTAG) are responsible for training, assisting, and advising the Assistant Ministry of Defense Intelligence (AMoD-I), General Staff Intelligence (GSG2) Staff, National Military Intelligence Center (NMIC), and elements of the National Military Command Center (NMCC) in intelligence operations, policy, doctrine, planning, programming, management, staff supervision, process and intelligence oversight in support.
Responsibilities and Deliverables: A) Train, advise, assist the Deputy G2, division personnel and other Afghan GsG2 and AmoD-I organizations as appropriate on the following strategic echelon tasks: a) Source operations and reporting functions b) Identification of systemic problems, development and implementation of HUMINT policy and doctrinal solutions. c) Accomplishment of the interrelated steps of source operations handling. d) Conducting source operations independently. e) Reporting collection information using secure communications or the approved communications means available. f) Submit ANA required reports through established channels and in approved formats. g) Assisting in the validation and updating of HUMINT Course of Instruction at the ITC, and other courses where necessary. B) In conjunction with CI Directorate and MNIC CCIRM section, assisting MI Regional Offices (MIROs) to focus training on military HUMINT operations with specific emphasis on development of the following: a) Source operations to include source placement, access and collection strategies based upon analysis of requirements.
b) Coordinate with the MIRO CI officers to de-conflict CI and HUMINT requirements, sources and collections strategies. c) Mission management of all subordinate MI Provincial Offices (MIPOs). d) Analysis and quality control of HUMINT reporting from subordinate MIPOs. e) Preparation and submission of HUMINT reporting to the Combined Collection and Reporting Center (CCRCC) In conjunction with relevant elements of the GSG2 and AMOD-I, ensure the effectiveness and accountability of the Intelligence Operations Funds (IOF) Process. D) Assist in the strategic intelligence fusion of multi-echelon collection activities, reporting and dissemination process.
Minimum Qualifications: A) Candidate must hold a current SECRET Level Security Clearance (Previously granted and never revoked or suspended). If chosen, Candidate must remain armed in accordance with New Century Policies throughout the duration of employment in country. B) Recent strategic or operational experience in MoD or Afghan General Staff environments, strategic intelligence agencies, inter-agency strategic operations preferably in Afghanistan or Iraq training international forces, as a Senior Level Government, Military Officer, Senior NCO or contractor assigned to like positions. C) Experience in one of the following disciplines/duties: HUMINT/CI, Targets, Imagery/Terrain, Collections, Requests for Information Management, SIGINT, GEOINT, OSINT, Targeting, Intelligence Analyst/Watch Officer, Communications (Intelligence Systems and Technical Support), CCIRM, Analysis and Production, multi-echelon intelligence fusion, intelligence business operations, individual agency/directorate functions, building intelligence institutions and Program Management. D) Practical Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. E) Experience in professional development & training and working with Middle Eastern or Central Asian cultures is desired F) Advisors will immediately report any Force Protection threat indicators to USG. G) Division-level G2X or service equivalent experience as CI/HUMINT warrant officer is required. H) Candidate must meet all physical, medical and other requirements for overseas deployment in accordance with current DoD regulations. Candidate must possess a fitness level appropriate to performing work in a field environment and current medical exam completed within the past 12 months. Candidate must have been tested and present proof of a negative HIV test result performed within six months of deployment. Dental and medical readiness must be up to date and candidate must maintain a current US Passport.
About the Company: New Century is a leading global provider of police and military intelligence capacity building services. We work for the U.S. government to train and mentor foreign security forces that are supporting U.S. military and foreign policy objectives. These services include development of doctrine, skills transfer (mentoring, advising, training), institutional capacity-building, and other tailored security solutions. New Century focuses on building capacity on the local national level. New Century corporately is composed of a New Century Consulting, Ltd, the UK parent company based in London, and New Century US (NCC, Inc.), based in Washington DC.
- Salary: Not provided
- Clearance Required: No
- Spouse Friendly: No