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Intelligence Research Specialist III

Job Description ASRC Federal Mission Services (ASMS) is seeking an Intelligence Research Specialist III to join its team at the Experiments & Analysis Division, Capabilities Development & Integration Directorate (CDID) United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. This team conducts experiments that support the TRADOC Campaign of Learning, Army Operational Concept, Army Intelligence Functional Concept, and more. This full-time position is located at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.   Essential Job Functions: Advises government leads on intelligence planning considerations for combat development, experiment design, and tailored experiment intelligence products. Provide capability project planning and capability analysis as identified per experiment venue requirements. Provide observation of events, emerging insights, final reports and feedback on capabilities that CDID or other ISR organizations should be aware of, such as Unified Challenge (UC), Enterprise Challenge (EC), and Unified Vision (UV). Support the organization and operations of In-Progress Reviews (IPRs), including teleconferences and due-out action tracking for experiment projects.   Desirable Experience: Background in Force Design. Working knowledge of DCGS-A, Mission Command systems, and simulations All Source Analysis understanding. Current Intelligence capabilities at JIM echelons. Has military experience at the tactical, operational and strategic levels Managed functions within the intelligence process, military decision making process, and targeting cycle. Managed information analysis from all sources and intelligence disciplines into finished analytical products.   Requirements Eighteen (18) years documented active duty tactical, operational, or strategic Army Military Intelligence experience Experience in Military Intelligence systems, capabilities, doctrine, organizations and architectures current within last five (5) years. Master's Degree. Understanding of the Army's future force requirements and capabilities. Expertise in Military Intelligence analysis and synchronization experience at multiple echelons. Understanding of the Army Level Campaign of Learning, its processes, procedures, timelines, and products. TS/SCI clearance.    ASMS offers a very robust compensation and benefits package. This is an opportunity to work with an established team in an excellent work environment. Apply today!   ASRC Federal Mission Services is an 8(a) small disadvantaged business that offers software sustainment and system development, test and evaluationsupport to federal agencies. Our company focuses on advanced weapons and combat systems software design. ASRC Federal Mission Services offers system development expertise, including requirements generation, functional decomposition, system architectural analysis and design, and software development support, inspections and peer reviews.   ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law. Requirements Eighteen (18) years documented active duty tactical, operational, or strategic Army Military Intelligence experience Experience in Military Intelligence systems, capabilities, doctrine, organizations and architectures current within last five (5) years. Master's Degree. Understanding of the Army's future force requirements and capabilities. Expertise in Military Intelligence analysis and synchronization experience at multiple echelons. Understanding of the Army Level Campaign of Learning, its processes, procedures, timelines, and products. TS/SCI clearance. 3527
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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