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Air Force Civilian Service North Kingstown, RI

Job Description


Brief Description of Duties:

Serves as the units expert intelligence analyst for the commander and staff on all intelligence matters, including intelligence processes, support requirements, technical aspects of weapons systems, and terrorist operational methods. Maintains overall responsibility for daily-integrated intelligence support, to include any alert, crisis, and Force Protection situations. Assures the Intelligence function maintains a capability to provide timely and accurate operational intelligence support and fully trained intelligence personnel during peacetime and contingency operations.

Plans, develops, and manages work schedules for intelligence activities during all phases of unit operations, including Unit Training Assemblies (UTA), Annual Training (AT), and unit deployments. Gains and maintains Global Situational Awareness (GSA) in order to quickly and accurately advise commanders/decision-makers on possible enemy courses of action. GSA requires analytical expertise and time/stress management skills to accurately draw conclusions by combining raw intelligence from multiple, unrelated sources into a finished product. Incumbent passes findings to commanders, staff, intelligence personnel, aircrews, and support personnel. Researches, evaluates, integrates, and analyzes all-source data in the preparation of clear, concise, in-depth intelligence analytical products focusing on the threats to air operations, including the operational concepts of military forces and trends with potential military implications (e.g. research and development; production; delivery systems; doctrine; and capabilities) prepared in response to mission requirements.

Must present and defend intelligence positions to a variety of audiences, including unit staff, MAJCOM representatives, and members of the DoD. Must represent the organization, and prepare, present, and defend the position in conferences, working groups, and planning sessions. Develops and oversees the execution of the units Internal Intelligence Training Program for all Title-32 assigned intelligence personnel. Training programs are long-term, and are executed over a multi-year period in order to develop intelligence personnel. Develops and directs the External Intelligence Training Program for all operations personnel. Trains, educates, and tests aircrew on worldwide threats, to include surface-to-air missile (SAM), air-to-air missile (AAM), anti-aircraft artillery (AAA), and foreign aircraft. Provides input to mission training and employment through expert knowledge of worldwide threat employment capabilities, tactics, techniques, and procedures. Plans, organizes, establishes, and manages the methodology for deployment and conduct of intelligence operations during contingency operations. Oversees the Intelligence Mobility Program. Prepares and develops finished intelligence inputs for unit exercise scenarios, analytical studies, and war games. Oversees the completion of intelligence requirements and procedures for the briefing and debriefing of combat crews. Provides in-depth research and analysis of the Force Protection situation at home station and all deployed locations. Facilitates the Threat Working Group (TWG) that provides commander and decision-makers finished, actionable intelligence that directly affects the safety of unit personnel and operations. Serves as the Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO) of the organization and exercises overall oversight of Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) programs. Manages and overseas the acquisition and application of unit intelligence system automation.


GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience, education, or training which demonstrates  administrative, professional, investigative, or technical work requiring the ability to deal effectively with others, to collect, evaluate and organize pertinent facts.  Experience preparing clear and concise written reports.


Must have at least 36 months experience, education or training developing and recommending policy, organizing and carrying out specific programs, evaluating and recommending changes in methods of intelligence operations.  Experience in administrative, investigative, or technical work which required the applicant to deal effectively with others.  Experience collecting, evaluating and organizing pertinent facts and to analyze and prepare clear and concise reports.

MILITARY REQUIREMENTS: Employment in this position requires membership in the Rhode Island Air National Guard. Selected candidate(s) will be required to be in a compatible military grade and assignment within 60 days of the effective date of placement. Should be AFSC qualified within one year of placement action.

Military Grades: Current AF Intel Officers, O2 thru O5.

Compatible Military Assignments:  14NX


Substitution of education for specialized experience: Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in any field leading to a bachelors degree, in an accredited college or university, meets the GS-5 level requirements.

 **Note to Incentive Recipients: Service members who accept a temporary or full-time federal technician position and are currently in receipt of an incentive such as a bonus, student loan repayment, or Select Reserve GI Bill may be subject to suspension of the incentive or termination with recoupment of the incentive.  Applicants in receipt of a military education/recruitment incentives are strongly encouraged to contact their unit representative or the Education and Incentives Office for Specific details regarding incentive termination or recoupment action.  The Education Office can be contacted at 401-275-4109 /4039 or the ANG Retention Office Manager can be contacted at 401-267-3269.


- Incumbent must maintain membership in the Rhode Island Air National Guard.

- Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.

- Valid state drivers license for the state in which they live or are principally employed.

- The applicant must possess or be able to obtain a top secret security clearance within one year of appointment.

- Background Criminal Investigations (BCI) are required for federal employment.




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Other Information

1. If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency.

2. Please do not send/fax/courier/email any applications or resumes to the National Guard Human Resource Office, you must apply on-line or fax your application to the fax number listed on this announcement with the prescribed Cover Letter. The Human Resource Office can only process materials received through USA Jobs.

Job Details

Date Posted July 11, 2018
Date Closes August 10, 2018
Requisition 465654400
Located In North kingstown, RI
SOC Category 00-0000.00