Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is in search of an International Engagement SME 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).
- Assist in national and international conferences, meetings, exercises and working groups to prepare, present and defend proposed assessments and/or positions.
- Coordinating, monitoring and integrating intelligence.
- Identify intelligence information disparities, specify collection requirements to fill the gaps in information.
- Develop and project data used to draw conclusions and estimate probabilities based on historical and current collection data.
- Translate all documents meeting notes, briefing, products from Korean to English and English to Korea; conduct quality review and update translated material.
- Coordinate with senior ROK intelligence personnel to provide information for key General/Flag Officers on contentious intelligence topics/issues requiring senior decision making.
- Coordinate official and non-official memorandums, agreements, and briefing content.
- Communicate JIOC-K's vision for combined intelligence operations to key ROK intelligence leaders.
- Attend, synchronization and provide after action reports or meeting minutes for US/ROK Intelligence meeting, briefing and formal ROK engagements.
- Advise ROK intent and their ability to achieve information sharing and interoperability objectives.
- Establish and develop ROK points of contact to further information sharing.
- Assist in developing and coordinating official agreements for intelligence relationships and intelligence sharing authorities.
- Plan and organize high-level events supporting intelligence activities.