IEA Corp., an EverWatch company is in search of an Overseas Support Analyst to support the Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security in Arlington, VA.
Provide open source analysis, advice, assistance, and support to overseas DS personnel, domestic investigative offices, protection details, protective intelligence offices, intelligence analysis offices, and other DS and external consumers. Products include researching, compiling, correlating, and interpreting data pertinent to assessments of threats, suspicious and hostile activities, and significant incidents.
Utilize numerous datasets (commercial, law enforcement and USG), specialized tools, and advanced assessment and analytic techniques to identify and analyze individuals and groups that may pose threat(s) to the Department; identifies opportunities to mitigate threats through a variety of analytical processes; and makes recommendations regarding threats to other DS offices and/ or law enforcement, defense, and intelligence partners.
Review incoming open source intelligence and referrals from the monitoring teams to produce analytical products for consumers which assess the accuracy, credibility, validity and relevance of the information and sources.
Prepare detailed analytical reports related to open source intelligence assessments of threats, suspicious and hostile activities, and significant incidents.
Plan and coordinate the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of open source intelligence as requested by investigative and protective intelligence operations, including operations in support of large-scale, multi-national events domestically and abroad.
Develop a variety of analytical products in support of consumer’s investigative and protective intelligence operations.
Identify and research requirements, directives, intelligence databases, and various sources to gather, analyze, and publish intelligence products information.
Perform searches of records and develops information to support Department responses to requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the Privacy Act of 1974 and litigation taskers. The appropriate Government Officials retain final decision authority on decisions of what information can be released.
Provide expert technical advice and guidance in the planning and execution of open source collection and analysis operations.
Prepare and present written and oral briefings to special agents, Program management, Bureau and Department leadership, and law enforcement, defense, and intelligence partners on significant and complex investigative and protective intelligence issues.
Assist training teams in the development of training modules by providing operational information and feedback on new training opportunities for Program staff and overseas monitoring elements regarding open source monitoring and operations.
Build and maintain relationships and collaborative networks within the Department and across the law enforcement (federal, state and local), security, and intelligence communities to share information, best practices, and lessons learned.
Where appropriate, establishes and maintains liaison within the Department and across the law enforcement, defense, and intelligence communities to represent the office and the Bureau; obtain resources and support; and plan and coordinate activities.
Develop and implement new and innovative strategies for gathering open source information or intelligence in support of DS priorities; and also the mitigation initiatives to address gaps and shortfalls in the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of open source intelligence.
Perform other related duties as assigned.