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  • 10 Sep 2019 2:30 AM | Anonymous member

    Seeking a qualified individual to support the Royal Saudi Land Forces G-4. Assignment is based in Riyadh.

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Former U.S. Army officer, O-5 or O-6
    • Ordnance, Quartermaster, or Transportation Branch
    • Previous logistics assignments at the company, battalion, brigade, and division or sustainment-command level or higher
    • Command and General Staff College graduate
    • Combined Logistics Captains Career Course graduate
    • Experience briefing general officers
    • Intermediate PowerPoint skills

    Additional Qualifications:

    • Battalion command
    • Assignment with a geographic combatant command headquarters
    • Experience in the MENA region
    • Arabic language

    For additional information, please contact Robert Bosworth: bosworth_robert@bah.com

  • 29 May 2019 9:35 AM | Anonymous member

    Overview

    The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) supporting the Department of Defense and other agencies that require rigorous and objective analysis of national security issues.

    This position is in IDA’s Intelligence Analyses Division (IAD). IAD supports the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and other U.S. Government Agencies by providing analyses of critical intelligence and national security issues. IAD is engaged in cross-disciplinary activities across a wide range of national security and intelligence issues including: programmatic assessments; technical evaluations; social science research; strategic analysis; physical, cyber, and human threat evaluations; and open source exploitation. Short and long term sponsoring arrangements with U.S. Government entities provide a steady stream of intellectual challenges for the IAD staff in the furtherance of national objectives and for identifying opportunities to improve public sector performance.

    Responsibilities

    IDA seeks candidates for a Research Associate (RA) position within IAD. This position will work as a member of a team of highly experienced, full-time professional staff members who are working on projects for the DoD and the Intelligence Community. Primary work will be accomplished in Alexandria, VA at the IDA headquarters in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility.

    The RA is a member of our full-time professional staff. The RA will typically work as a member of one or more study teams under the leadership and direction of a senior study leader and other, more seasoned analysts. The RA is expected to be adaptable and self-motivated, demonstrating a capacity for independent thought, sound judgment, and creativity in applying quantitative and qualitative analytical methods to complex policy problems. The RA must be capable of operating unsupervised on assignments for which he/she is qualified. 

    The RA will: contribute to research teams with information gathering research in primary sources, various analyses and databases; participate in various analytical fora, meetings and briefings; capture results and insights for future analysis and presentation; and draft reports and briefings meeting all deadlines. Accordingly, the RA is expected to demonstrate: knowledge of strategic and military issues in one or more geographic areas; proven academic research skills; excellent oral and written communication; and competency in the use of supporting information technologies. An academic or professional background with Russia is preferred.

    Qualifications

    • Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree.  A focus on Russian politics, foreign and/or military policy, military doctrine or national security policies in the post-World War II era is preferred.
    • It is preferred that candidates have demonstrated reading/research skills in the Russian language.
    • Candidates must possess proven analytical skills in researching primary sources and various databases and then fusing developed all-source information into clear and concise conclusions and recommendations. 
    • Candidates must have strong oral and written communication skills, as well as good interpersonal skills.
    • Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to contribute effectively to a team approach to problem definition and resolution.
    • Candidates should have a working knowledge of the U.S. national security establishment and the U.S. Intelligence Community.
    • Candidates are REQUIRED to have an active TS clearance and recent SCI access (within the last 6 months)/current SSBI. Candidates without this level of clearance will not be considered for the position.
    • Candidates are encouraged to submit a brief cover letter (in addition to a resume) describing their career interests, skill sets, and specific abilities that are applicable to this job.

    U.S. Citizenship is required
    Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance is required
    Equal Opportunity Employer

    APPLY HERE: 

    https://chu.tbe.taleo.net/chu01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=INSTITUTEDA&cws=39&rid=1384 

  • 13 Mar 2019 9:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    DSCA is looking to hire Program Analysts for service at EUCOM and AFRICOM Headquarters in Stuttgart Germany.

    Specialists would be responsible for participating as a member of the GCC staff supporting Security Cooperation concept design, partner nation assessments and initiative design. 

    Detailed information is available on USA JOBS here:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/527082600

  • 01 Mar 2019 7:13 AM | Anonymous member

    Excellent opportunity to join a great team dedicated to improving the DoD and continue to have national/international impact using skills acquired through FAO tours/training.  DoD Deputy Inspector General for Overseas Contingency Operations is looking for a motivated and mission-focused professional to serve as a Senior Liaison Officer in the NCR.  Listed under Program Analyst for DoDIG in USAJOBS.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/525990300

     

     

     

  • 28 Jan 2019 12:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Intelligence Analyst (Mid-Level)

    Primary Location: Quantico, VA, US

    Citizenship: Must be a U.S. Citizen

    Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI and willing to take a CI Poly

    Job Summary

    Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) involves the research, analysis, and production of all-source intelligence products in response to DoD’s acquisition community requests for information on supply chain threats. SCRM Threat Analyst Center (TAC) personnel will primarily develop specific assessments of threats to the supply chain of DoD suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors. Such analysis would be greatly enhanced by having access to strategic-level analysis of Foreign Intelligence Entities (FIEs). Please visit the following link to apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=5182&clientkey=A5607D2FEAB16EAF5998116AF03C4C31

    Key Accountabilities

    • Research, review, edit, plan, prepare, integrate, and publish all-source products, CI studies, plans, and/or products for the Agency, the DoD, and national and international intelligence publications and organizations, ensuring compliance with DIA and IC standards for finished intelligence production.
    • Plan, direct, and present reports and assessments (articles, papers, studies, briefings, and other media) focused on foreign intelligence services and entities activities, primarily occurring in or emanating from specific functional or regional areas.

    Knowledge and Skills

    • All personnel shall be highly proficient in using basic computer applications such as Microsoft Office.

    Experience and Education

    • Bachelor’s Degree or higher and 5-7 years of cumulative experience in intelligence analysis and a combination of two or more of the following fields:
      • SCRM and threat analysis
      • Cybersecurity
      • Law Enforcement
      • CI
      • Manufacturing
      • Finance
      • Business analysis
    • Experience as a military intelligence analyst can be substituted for up to 7 years of experience on a 1 for 1 basis (eg. 1 year as a military intelligence analyst = 1 year of experience in intelligence analysis).

    Physical Requirements and Work Environment

    • Normal office environment

    Travel

    • Minimal travel expected

    Disclaimer

    The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

    Company Overview

    Obsidian Solutions Group (OSG) is a diversified consulting and technology company providing flexible and responsive solutions to federal, state, and local agencies and organizations. Our core domains are overseas and domestic mission support operations, collection/analysis/identification, and information technology. Obsidian Solutions Group is comprised of strategic and operational personnel who provide its clients deep domain expertise across a comprehensive spectrum of skill sets, allowing mission accomplishment and development of long-term capabilities

    Obsidian Solutions Group is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, any other non-merit factor, or any other characteristic protected by law.


  • 06 May 2018 8:45 PM | Anonymous

    SecuriFense, Inc. / Mr. Michael Bradley mbradley@securifense.com
    9928 Oak Knoll Terrace
    Colorado Springs, CO 80920
    719-310-0760

    Position Description: Senior Korea Functional Expert/PACOM Analyst
    Responsible for assisting in developing, coordinating, and advising on the implementation of policies to provide air, space, and cyberspace power expertise supporting the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force (CSAF), Headquarters Air Force Operations, Plans and Requirements (AF/A3), and Component Numbered Air Force Commanders and Staffs, focused on current and near-term operational challenges with respect to Korea and Northeast Asia. The position will routinely attend Joint Staff and OSD planners' working group events in support of operational planning and policy analysis to make optimal recommendations for the employment of Air Force capabilities associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
    Required/Desired Relevant Skill Areas:  Advise the Joint Staff and Combatant Commanders during operational planning and analysis on the employment of Air Force capabilities against operational challenges associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Provide an operational and Pol-Mil perspective and advice to CSAF, AF/A3 and other senior leaders on the employment of Air Force capabilities for achieving necessary Joint Warfighter effects against challenges associated with Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Provide subject matter expert level support on the establishment, revisions, and reviews of operational plans, policies, procedures, mission objectives with respect to Korea and Northeast Asia.
     Prepare position papers and present high-level briefings.
    Location:
     This position is located at the Pentagon in Washington, DC.
    Security Clearance Requirements:
     This job requires a current Top Secret clearance with Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) eligibility upon start date.
    If you are interested and meet the criteria mentioned above, please send an email message with your tailored resume highlighting relevant experience and current contact information to mbradley@securifense.com.

  • 07 Feb 2018 12:24 PM | Anonymous member

    Our client, a small government contractor is currently in need of TWO Software Engineers with a minimum Secret Clearance, but prefer Top Secret.  

    Need to have strong front-end development experience (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) and must have worked with Python at some point in your career (does not have to be the current language you're using).  Need to have a minimum of 4 years of programming experience. 

    This position is supporting a law enforcement agency.  You will have to work on-site at the customer in Chantilly some days, with some remote work.  

    If interested, please email Amy Ciccarone at aciccarone@snitechnology.com or call me at 202.429.2244.

  • 22 Jan 2018 11:00 PM | Anonymous member

    DSCA is recruiting for a Supv Program Analyst, GS-0343-14 with the duty location in Arlington, VA.  This position is within the Security Cooperation Workforce Development Directorate.
    Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by following the link below to USAJOBS:

    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/489007900


    Announcement opened on Jan 19, 2018 and scheduled to close Jan 23, 2018

  • 19 Jan 2018 10:02 PM | Anonymous member
    Announcement #:  AFMC-10118952-000000-9X-JED
    Open 1/17/18
    Closes: 1/24/18
    LINK:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488857300

    We will be filling multiple positions (at least three) from this
    announcement that are open to a variety of SC experience to include DIB, AM&E, FMS (case management, logistics, finance), BPC programs, SC planning, international training, state partnership, regional studies, foreign disclosure, etc.

    In addition, we anticipate additional announcements for instructors (GS-13 also) in Northern Virginia and possibly Ohio later this year.

    The biggest historical roadblocks have been:

    1.       Not listing any teaching or training experience in the resume.
    2LTs, GS-11s, etc. train others all the time.  But if it isn't in the
    resume, you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    2.       Not providing copies of transcripts or veterans preference.  I
    trust you.  But civilian personnel does not.  Doesn't matter if it is in
    your personnel file, etc.  Transcripts MUST be in the USAJOBS application or you won't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    3.       Using words other than "Security Cooperation" in your resume. Saying you were an SDO/DATT or MRAP international case manager means something to me, but not the GS-?? who will screen your resume.  If you don't say you have Security Cooperation experience (equivalent to at least a
    GS-12), you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

    4.       We can only hire US citizens eligible for a secret clearance and who are physically able to conduct training missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. as needed.  Plus in Copenhagen, Huntsville, etc.
    Please forward/apply as desired.  Interested candidates can call the number below if they have questions about DISCS. 
    Questions on the hiring process should go to the POC in the USAJOBS announcement.

    Very Respectfully,

    Mark T. Ahles, Ph.D.
    Dean of Academic Affairs/Deputy Commandant
    The Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies

    1-937-713-3300


  • 07 Jan 2018 8:35 PM | Anonymous member

    CS Lead Planner will develop Communications Strategy, managing a 4-person team with knowledge of international relations, Northeast Asia regional expertise, Korean language proficiency, planning, Exercise and contingency support, computer graphic design, magazine and collateral print media production, MOP and MOE analysis, Key Leader Engagement (KLE) and Spheres of Influence administration, political- military expertise, collection, research, and analysis of CS relevant information on all domains, and problem solving.  The Contractor shall accomplish the above services in a dynamic environment, often event driven, that uses multiple venues and media to communicate USFK Commander’s objectives and messages to a variety of relevant audiences. The goal is to maintain a comprehensive understanding of the regional pol-mil and information environments to inform the communications strategy and provide the right message, of the right content, at the right time to the right audience. Coordinates and synchronizes UNC/CFC/USFK CS initiatives within the headquarters staff and service components, and with DOD, USJCS, USPACOM, ROK MND, and ROKJCS. Coordinate UNC/CFC/USFK actions with PACOM, the ROK JCS, and the ROK/US interagency community. 

    Please respond directly to:

    Steven Mains, PhD
    CEO, TechMIS, LLC
    Direct: +1 757-814-3598
    Skype: sjmains 

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