Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is in search of a Counterintelligence/HUMINT Analyst to support the United States Forces Korea (USFK) in Korea.
The United States Forces Korea (USFK), Assistant Chief of Staff, J2 (ACofS, 12) HOC-K's primary mission is to provide timely intelligence to Commander, USFK and Combined Forces Command, the combined battle staff, and war fighter component commanders. The HOC-K's efforts focus on detecting enemy threats, managing intelligence, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) activities, analyzing enemy actions and information to determine enemy's probable courses of action. The overall analytic effort strengthens Defense Intelligence and provides relevant, timely, objective, and cogent all source Defense Intelligence to the Commander and other users, and transforming theater intelligence activities to better leverage the capabilities of the theater and global intelligence communities and safeguard US personnel and interests within the Korea Theater of Operations (KTO).
- Identify and assess CI threats to fulfill critical intelligence requirements.
- Research, review, evaluate, organize and assess intelligence and related data focused on activities, personalities and entities of CI concern.
- Produce and present related assessments, pertinent findings and responses to Request for Information (RFI).
- Collaborate with Collection Managers for CI/HUMINT collection requirements.
- Coordinate and collaborate with CI/HUMINT staffs at DIA, USFK, PACOM and other intelligence agencies.
- Participate in national and international conferences, meetings, exercises and working groups.
- Identify significant trends within assigned areas and propose ways to maximize the effectiveness of current and anticipated CI/HUMINT support activities.
- Services may also require direct support to related Special Access Programs.
- Consult with USFK J2X OSE leadership to address controversial or technical issues and CI/HUMINT operations support requirements.