Performing as "Emergency Essential" personnel, indicating readiness to respond in emergency situations.
Fulfilling the duties of an Intelligence Watch Officer as required.
Conducting daily training for IOC watch personnel.
Developing tailored daily training plans for individuals to enhance their skills.
Identifying and developing innovative tradecraft standards and techniques based on best practices and emerging technologies.
Establishing a standardized Knowledge Management (KM) system for expedited information retrieval, improved collaboration, and knowledge capture.
Developing a strategy and standardized process to integrate training, knowledge management, information technology, and audio-visual technology.
Taking responsibility for current intelligence production, determining intelligence priorities, and conducting analytical tasks.
Overseeing the Department of Energy Intelligence Network (DOE-IN) Continuity of Operations (COOP) responsibilities.
Establishing and overseeing an IOC Training Manual aimed at enhancing watch personnel proficiency.
Ensuring alignment of the Training Manual standards and criteria with DOE IOC Watch Officer Certification requirements.
Providing weekly assessment reports to the IOC Director, outlining training and trainee performance.
Developing processes and conducting procedures related to equipment maintenance and documentation management within the Intelligence Operations Center.
Supporting special projects and responding to emergent needs.
Conducting research and analysis of complex operational issues and disseminating information from intelligence sources, operations, and open sources.
Assisting the Senior Watch Officer (SWO) in updating Standard Operating Procedures.
Maintaining situational awareness of global events through monitoring intelligence and open-source reporting.
Communicating with IC partners to remain aware of issues of interest and significance.
Possessing a strong understanding of the DOE and IC organization and priorities to identify issues requiring executive attention.
Conducting situational awareness and communication facilitation functions as needed.
Updating team personnel information and contact cards.
Carrying out local and out-of-area visits to interact with IC partners in support of IOC watch functions.
Performing other administrative and operational tasks as directed to ensure the efficient operation of the IOC.
Education and Experience:
A minimum of 7 years of experience performing the qualifications associated with this position. This experience may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military experience.
One year of prior intelligence watch experience.
Experience in developing training plans and after-action reports.
Experience in developing and executing Knowledge Management systems.
Proven ability to integrate training, knowledge management, and Information Technology & Audio-Visual Technology.
Experience in intelligence program
Demonstrated experience in the following areas: All source information including HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, Open Source, and ELINT.
Strativia understands that our staff is our number one asset. Therefore, we provide competitive salaries and health benefits along with a robust training and development plans to help ensure that our employees are happy and motivated. If you are interested in the opportunity above please contact us and join a dynamic, fun and, fast growing organization. Strativia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives for diversity. Strativia in accordance with applicable law, does not discriminate in hiring or otherwise in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. EOE/AA/Vets