Specialized experience shall include managerial experience in managing a contract with the Government, and a range of related subject matter expertise in one or more areas of critical thinking and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) program/project areas. Expertise sought in these areas includes: training, research, business process improvement, policy development, financial analysis, automated systems development / analysis / implementation, federal Government project or program managements, federal statutes and regulations, and contract management. Proposed personnel for this position shall have a minimum of ten years’ prior experience in one of more of the Service Operational Level (see below) and have demonstrated expertise supporting US military operations as a service member, Government civilian, or Government Contractor as well as have proven senior military operations or intelligence analysis subject matter expertise. Persons in this position must have experience and demonstrated expertise in using Government classified networks, applications, and databases. Additionally, personnel must have a demonstrated experience working with multiple organizations in management roles directing the work of personnel in multiple functional areas. Experience as a second level supervisor is acceptable, including making personnel and resource allocation decisions as well as having experience providing advice and expertise directly to key, top level managers and decision makers. Personnel must have at least 5 years of experience in managing contract for Government customers to include responsibility for planning, coordinating and making decisions on costs, technical approach, schedules, performance metrics, quality control, and personnel management.
Service Operational Level Definition
Service Combat Arms:
United States Army – 11 series (infantry), 12 series (combat engineer), 13 series (field artillery), 14 series (air Defense artillery), 15 series (aviation), 18 series (special forces), and 19 series (armor / armored cavalry)
United States Marine Corps – 03 series (infantry), 08 series (field artillery), 13 series (combat engineer), 18 series (armor), 73 series (naval flight officer), and 75 series (pilot)
United States Air Force – 11 series (aviators), 12 series (aviation navigators), 13D (combat rescue officer), 13N (nuclear missiles operations), and 1C2X1 (combat controllers)
United States Navy – 111X series (surface warfare), 112X series (sub-surface warfare), 113X series (naval special warfare), 114X series (explosive ordnance disposal), 131X series (pilot), and 132X series (naval flight officer)
All Source Intelligence Analysis:
• IMINT (imagery analysis)
• SIGINT (signals intelligence) o ELINT (electronic intelligence)
o FISINT (foreign instrumentation signals intelligence)
o COMINT (communications intelligence)
• MASINT (measurement and signature intelligence)
• OSINT (open source intelligence)
Specifically, the candidate must have 10-12 years of progressive experience supporting and developing large, major, and complex classified procurement requirements, and maintain a Top Secret level clearance, with the ability to obtain and maintain Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access with Counterintelligence Polygraph.
- The candidate will assist in researching relevant sources for information on foreign intelligence targets.
- The candidate will develop query strategies to obtain relevant research information.
- The candidate will analyze foreign threat intelligence.
- The candidate will assess validity and relevance of foreign intelligence.
- The candidate will profile foreign targets and their activities.
- The candidate will produce intelligence briefings that address customer information needs.
- The candidate will perform target discovery by developing strategies to obtain new information and sources for intelligence.
- The candidate will monitor target data for changes or anomalies.
- The candidate will navigate common Intelligence Community analytic tools and databases.