Pending Award **
Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) company of EverWatch is in search of a INL Eradication Intelligence Advisor, INLColombia (SME) to support the Department of State in Bogota, Columbia
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Working in close coordination with the CNP, DIRAN, and INL Bogota, assist in the design, development, and implementation of an all-source database program that will be used to strategically plan eradication operations. Training initiatives will help to make the database a host nation sustainable operation, however the design/build will be a significant part of this work as well, as evaluating and improving the product over time.
• Work with and train Government of Colombia (GOC) intelligence analysts to review all source intelligence data to include but not limited to: political boundaries, hydrographic, historical eradication and interdiction activities, criminal and dissident activities, improvised explosive incident data, precursor chemical and illicit narcotics transshipments, aerial imaging, etc.
• Provide recommendations on locations to focus eradication, interdiction, public security or alternative development efforts while also providing force protection analysis to mitigate threats from narcotics trafficking and illegally armed criminal groups.
• Assess developments and changing operating methods of narcotics trafficking and illegally armed criminal organizations
• Work with COPAN/SIIMA analysts to identify vulnerabilities and implement counter-measures in operational plans.
• Analyze intelligence data and proposes improvements for eradication methods.
• Integrate collected/stored data from multiple server feeds within and outside of the GOC, and updates the current operational mission data bases.
• Identify intelligence gaps and specifies collection requirements to fill those gaps.
• Analyze fixed and moving target indicators and geospatial data using overhead and aerial imagery.
• Keep abreast of Colombian laws regarding efforts to combat narcotics production and illicit cultivations.
• Conduct structured and semi-structured surveys to gather quantitative and qualitative data to drive strategic and operational planning improvements in the reduction of illicit cultivations.
• Identify GOC training requirements to assist with implementation of intelligence analysis in COPAN/SIIMA initiatives.
• Establish and maintain appropriate internal management control systems. Ensure that INL Bogota programs are not subject to waste, fraud, or mismanagement. Assist in managing and monitoring the use of all U.S.-provided commodities intended for the COPAN.
• Participate, as directed, in INL Bogota’s End-Use Monitoring program for assets and supplies provided by the USG to GOC counter-narcotics forces.
• Prepare and coordinate briefings for visiting officials on the status of INL projects and GOC eradication efforts.
• U.S. Citizenship.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S.institution in Political Science, International Relations, Geography, Intelligence, Data Analytics, Aerial Imaging or related military field.
• Demonstrated at least eleven (11) years related experience, with a minimum of three (3) years of pertaining to all-source intelligence imagery analysis working in a conflict or a post-conflict area of operation(s).
• Demonstrated knowledge of aerial imagery and analysis of fixed and moving target indicators.
• Demonstrated knowledge of the Intelligence Community (IC) and responsibility for drafting all source analytic products.
• Demonstrated knowledge of computer office systems applications, such as word processing, PowerPoint, Excel (statistical functions) and Geographical Information System (Arc GIS) for mapping.
• Demonstrated excellent oral and written English and Spanish communication skills.
• Demonstrated understanding of theater-level C2, specifically Arc GIS doctrine and the operational networks/architecture used to support C2 in the development or refinement of related Joint and/or Service TTPs Air Support Manager or surface/ground equivalent expertise/specialty.
• Demonstrated working knowledge of Colombian environmental laws, regulations, and practices as they relate to applications of agrochemicals.
• Demonstrated knowledge of illicit crop eradication programs, methods, and operations.
• Master’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution.