• Intelligence Support-Counterintelligence Officer-Mid

    Job Locations US-VA-Springfield
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/30/2018 10:05 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Intelligence Support
  • Position Overview

    Title: Intelligence Support-CI Officer-Mid

    Location: Springfield, VA 22150


    • Conduct defensive CI activities in support of the client mission.
    • Conduct daily research to gather, assimilate, evaluate and interpret information concerning intelligence, terrorism and espionage threats against agency personnel, programs, technology and information systems and/or facilities.
    • Provide daily CI analyses for distribution to selected parties within the DoD, and the Intelligence Community.
    • Assimilate, evaluate and interpret all-source information from an operational security perspective. 
    • Publish finished intelligence with recommendations for mitigation and countermeasures, as appropriate.
    • Detect and assess anomalous activities for links to possible foreign intelligence collection with recommended countermeasures.
    • Immediately alert the client to imminent foreign intelligence, terrorism and espionage threats with recommended countermeasures.
    • Provide analytical forecasts of foreign intelligence, terrorism and espionage threats as requested with recommended countermeasures.
    • Provide CI assessments of proposed international agreements involving GEOINT sharing as requested.
    • Provide annual CI threat analyses of foreign intelligence and terrorism threats to employees assigned to Contiguous United States (CONUS) and Outside Contiguous United States (OCONUS) locations.
    • Apply knowledge and understanding of most of the applicable analytical tools to conduct CI analysis of anomalous activities.
    • Liaise with DoD, the Intelligence Community, and appropriate law enforcement entities to remain abreast of current CI trends and issues.
    • Conduct liaison with agency components to facilitate information sharing to support CI activities.
    • Prepare briefs, as requested, for delivery to internal and external audiences at the strategic, operational and tactical levels.
    • Conduct foreign contact and foreign travel briefings and debriefings and prepare applicable reports detailing the results and findings to include preparing Intelligence Information Reports.
    • Provide CI advice and CI expertise in CI Risk Assessments in support of personnel security and the security clearance adjudication process.
    • Provide CI technical expertise to support vulnerability mitigation efforts.
    • Provide CI expertise in protecting emerging technologies and the intelligence acquisition process.
    • Provide CI support to Research and Technology Protection (RTP) initiatives.
    • Provide for the seamless integration of CI support to Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) policies and initiatives. Produce SCRM Assessment reports.
    • Provide advice and expertise in support of CI operations and issues.
    • Interview personnel and prepare accurate operational reports and summaries from those interviews.
    • Apply knowledge, experience and understanding to process items in support of Special Access Programs (SAP).
    • Apply knowledge and understanding of GEOINT needed to conduct CI damage assessments involving the loss or unauthorized disclosure of intelligence and the preparation of formal reports of findings and recommendations.
    • Produce CI Notes and CI Minutes for Agency awareness as required.
    • Work closely with members of the Intelligence Community to share information, collaborate, draft and finalize community information reviews/damage assessments.
    • Conduct annual CI Inquiries.
    • Process agency documents for public release.  
    • As appropriate, participate in agency and IC directed damage assessment task forces.


    Qualifications Required:

    • Must possess a minimum of 7 years of CI experience.

    • Foundational defensive CI experience to include conducting investigations, inquiries, collections, operations, analysis, briefings, debriefings, training and awareness.

    • Strong research, critical thinking and analytic skills. Strong written and oral communication skills.

    • Must be credentialed graduates of an accredited federal or DoD CI training academy.

    • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in National Intelligence Studies, Law Enforcement, History, Analysis/Research, Journalism, Political Science, Library Science, Engineering, or Mathematics.

    Security Clearance: TS

    Special Access / Access Eligibility: SCI

    Polygraph: Willing to take CI poly

    Education: Bachelor’s Degree

    Experience: 7 years of experience


    Additional Qualifications Desired:

    • Possess Master’s degree in the above identified areas of study

    About Pluribus

    Visit www.pluribusinternational.com for all opportunities.



    Pluribus International Corporation is a small business, based in Alexandria, Virginia, that specializes in high-quality analytical, training, and operational support to Federal Defense, Intelligence, and Law Enforcement customers.  Our clients today include the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Defense Security Service (DSS), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and the U.S. Army-Europe Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (USAREUR G2).


    Pluribus International is founded on the principle that honesty and integrity in our actions and dealing with the customers, employees and industry partners is uncompromising. We place quality and excellence above profit and are totally dedicated to our belief that our commitment to our customers and pointed focus on their critical requirements will enable us to provide the highest standards of dedicated service and responsive support to our country's ever-changing requirements. At Pluribus we never seek growth for growth's sake alone. We possess a strong patriotic commitment to perform work that matters to our country.


    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.




    Pluribus will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by Pluribus, or (c) consistent with Pluribus’ legal duty to furnish information.


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