HOT JOB / Senior Counter Narcotics Intelligence Analyst / Honolulu, Hawaii

Senior Counter Narcotics Intelligence Analyst Job

Job ID:219617
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Security Clearance:

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Job Description:

Leidos

JN: 602664

Senior Counter Narcotics Intelligence Analyst (Job Number:602664)

Description:

The Mission Support Group of Leidos has openings for Senior Counter Narcotics Intelligence Analysts at Joint Intelligence Agency Taskforce West (JIATF-W) at Camp Smith, HI.

This position will provide support to the Illicit Tracking Cell (ITC), with a primary responsibility to support the command’s principal authority 10 U.S.C. 124 Detection and monitoring of aerial and maritime transit of illegal drugs. Additional support includes critical intelligence analysis for the counter narcotics mission in Asia by researching, interpreting, evaluating and integrating all-source information to assess the relevance and significance of developments in the assigned area. Will perform liaison functions with personnel in other intelligence agencies and commands (including law enforcement (LE) personnel) and participate in interagency / international meetings and conferences; provide analysis of OSINT, HUMINT, SIGINT to include interaction with national authorities, reporting entities, collectors, collection managers and operators at JIATF-W, national level, and the LE community; interface with partner nation counterparts through LE sponsors, counternarcotics intelligence, and law enforcement organizations; operate computer based analysis systems and tools and use a variety of analytical applications, computer systems, and software and ancillary equipment including basic DoD intelligence automated applications, tools and intelligence data bases. Position requirements may necessitate a deployment for up to 6 months per year.

Qualifications:

MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelors degree and a minimum of six years of all-source and counter-narcotics intelligence analysis experience. Four years additional experience or equivalent formal military training can be substituted for the bachelor’s degree.
Must have a strong maritime analytical experience, ideally with regard to both commercial cargo containers and vessel monitoring.

Knowledge of or relatable experience using global cargo resources, databases, and analytic methodologies to derive suspect indicators of illicit cargo movements.

Have an understanding of precursor chemicals used in the production of methamphetamine and knowledge of commercial maritime industry and ability to detect and track maritime container shipments using government, commercial vendor, and commercial maritime shipping industry web sites.
Needs to be able to work independently and within a team, and needs to be personable and culturally aware/capable of working with host law enforcement agencies and host country nations to build trust and confidence.

Must possess a professional level of verbal and written communication skills in order to provide and present critical intelligence analysis to senior command representatives, have the ability to research and identify new sources of information and approaches to address drug and precursor chemical trafficking issues.

In addition, needs to have an advanced level of understanding of DoD collection management processes.

Possess an advanced level of understanding of DoD information classification procedures as well as a good understanding of physical security requirements for handling TS/SCI information. Be cognizant of foreign disclosure regulations and processes for sharing information with partner nations.

ADDITIONAL DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Have practical experience providing intelligence support to Counterdrug (CD) Detection and Monitoring (D&M) operations air, surface, or other end-game tactical assets.

Language proficiency in any of the following languages: Thai, Indo Bahasa, Hindi, Tagalog, Japanese, Korean or Chinese Mandarin.

Proficiency using Analyst Notebook, as well as, expertise relevant to Asian and Pacific Rim countries, international crime, counternarcotics trafficking, human trafficking and money laundering and previous military intelligence, FBI, DEA, ICE or Military/Law Enforcement operational experience is a plus.

Leidos Overview:Leidos is an applied solutions company focused on markets that are seeing converging business and technological trends, and address basic, enduring human needs: defense and national security, health and life sciences, and energy, engineering and infrastructure. The Company’s approximately 20,000 employees serve customers in the U.S. Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, other U.S. Government civil agencies and commercial health and engineering markets.

Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

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Security Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: Top Secret/SCI

Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None

Potential for Teleworking: No

Travel: Yes, 50% of the time

Shift: Day Job

Schedule: Full-time

Multi-Source Intelligence Support Specialist – Chinese Linguist

Multi-Source Support Specialist – Chinese Linguist

Job ID:200588
Location: Wahiawa, Hawaii, United States

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Job Description:

TASC

Multi-Source Support Specialist – Chinese Linguist JN: 32230065

At TASC we are committed to advancing our customers missions and creating a safer world See yourself designing the next vital solution to get ahead of evolving cyber threats or advancing security efforts to protect Americans at home and around the globe.

TASC is seeking a qualified Multi Source Support Specialist with Chinese Language capabilities The ideal Multi-source candidate will be open to shift work and will perform intelligence analysis has multisource and knows basic cyber related targets TCP/IP intrusions and technologies The analyst will have the ability to select pertinent data from a variety of sources to include SIGINT HUMINT IMINT etc MSSS analysts will not be performing highly technical analysis but must understand networking fundamentals and be able to collaborate and coordinate with technical analysts and policy makers to produce actionable intelligence reports Introductory DNI experience is preferred Candidate must be able to demonstrate competence with relevant CNO and SIGINT tools and databases used for the customer mission Communication skills that include the ability to provide formal documentation of analysis and/or research results Perform Internet Research Writing and editing skills at a technical/professional level Manage internal and external customer relations Be an effective writer and verbal communicator.

Minimum of 4 continuous years of work experience in Multi-Source analysis or related work experience Combination of a minimum of 2 continuous years of work experience in Multi-Source analysis or related work experience and a Bachelors degree in an applicable field Work experience shall include 4 years of Intelligence Community or related experience in Chinese language Analysis Demonstrate competence with relevant CNO and SIGINT tools and databases used for the customer mission Communication skills that include the ability to provide formal documentation of analysis and/or research results Expertise in analyzing intelligence and technical data analyzing exploitation opportunities documenting information and processes gathering intelligence information and interpreting analytical results Perform Internet Research Writing and editing skills at a technical/professional level Manage internal and external customer relations Be an effective writer and verbal communicator.
BA degree is a plus.

An active TS SCI with polygraph clearance is required

Join us and see your engineering and technology expertise help address the nations most pressing and complex challenges For nearly 50 years TASC has worked on the front lines with our customers on missions that strengthen security and safety and protect the basic values of our society TASC provides systems engineering integration and decision-support services to the Intelligence Community Department of Defense and civilian agencies of the federal government TASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce.

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2014 Career Fair Schedule – USAJobZoo.com TOP SECRET Events

2014 Career Fair Schedule – USAJobZoo.com TOP SECRET Events

USAJobZoo.com is a division of IntelligenceCareers.com.

For 2014, our career fair events are being rebranded as either ‘USAJobZoo.com TOP SECRET Events’ or as ‘USAJobZoo.com PROFESSIONAL Events’.

Our audience is growing and we have the capability to reach a huge talent pool of technology and decisionmaking PROFESSIONALS, in addition to our traditional audience of TOP SECRET defense and intelligence professionals.

2014 Career Fair Schedule for
USAJobZoo.com TOP SECRET Events

2013.11.08 – Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
2013.12.06 – Springfield, Virginia
2014.01.17 – Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
2014.01.24 – BWI/Linthicum, Maryland
2014.02.28 – Honolulu, Hawaii
2014.03.21 – Augusta, Georgia (Ft Gordon)
2014.03.28 – Springfield, Virginia
2014.04.18 – BWI/Linthicum, Maryland
2014.05.16 – Stuttgart, Germany
2014.05.30 – Tampa, Florida
2014.06.13 – Springfield, Virginia
2014.06.20 – Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
2014.06.27 – BWI/Linthicum, Maryland
2014.09.19 – Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
2014.09.26 – BWI/Linthicum, Maryland
2014.10.24 – Springfield, Virginia
2014.11.07 – Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
2014.12.05 – Springfield, Virginia

!! We are willing to do career fairs in other locations. To do so and to begin planning we need employers to step forward and to suggest locations that they would support. Send your suggestions to CustomerService@IntelligenceCareers.com

!! For 2014 we will provide exhibiting employers a $200 discount off the cost of each event if they are a paid subscriber to either our USAJobZoo.com or IntelligenceCareers.com website subscription services. You must be an active customer at the time that you register for an event.

!! We are discontinuing use of our Reward Points system for career fairs. However, if you have Rewards Points in your account you can use them to pay for events that you register for before December 31st, 2013. If you register for 2014 events before December 31st, 2013 then you can use Reward Points. Rewards Points will be still valid for many of our other services as of January 1st, 2014 but not for career fairs.

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Honolulu, Hawaii / March 14 / Meet DIA Recruiters and Bill Golden, CEO IntelligenceCareers.com

Honolulu, Hawaii

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and its recruiters will be available to discuss worldwide career options for those interested in working for the DIA.

This career event is hosted by IntelligenceCareers.com at the Hale Koa Resort, Honolulu from 10AM-2PM on Thursday, March 14th.

Employers and Recruiters – we have space available if you are interested in meeting the same kinds of candidates that the DIA wants to meet. Contact CustomerService@IntelligenceCareers.com for more information.

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From 3PM-7:30PM Bill Golden, CEO IntelligenceCareers.com, will host a seminar on the USA job market — and of course there will be a special emphasis on defense and intelligence.

During the seminar, attendees will be given an up-to-date view on the current job situation, structural and political influences on the economy, and a perspective as to what it all means to career changes individually. Questions are encouraged. Resume reviews are offered at no cost.

Bill Golden’s seminar will be held in a casual setting with a Happy Hour included.

Bill Golden will be in the area through March 22nd and is willing to sit down with your group for an hour or two to discuss the career market. If you have a coffee pot and some time then we can schedule a get together. You can contact Bill at WGolden@IntelligenceCareers.com.

DIA Academic Semester Internship Program (ASIP) – Applications sought by Jan 31, 2013

DIA’s Academic Semester Internship Program (ASIP) provides promising undergraduate seniors and graduate students enrolled as full-time degree-seeking students at U.S. accredited universities and colleges, located within commutable distances to DIA locations, the opportunity to gain practical work experience in intelligence analysis while enrolled in classes.

When to apply: Applications accepted 15 September 2012 – 31 January 2013

The Agency offers a limited number of paid academic semester internships. Interns can be appointed for two semesters (depending on the university calendar) normally beginning in September. Students may be extended for a second semester, and are employed as part-time temporary employees (working between 16 and 20 hours per week).

Eligibility requirements are the same, regardless of pay status. All interns must be granted a security clearance and successfully pass a drug screening test prior to being made a final offer.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Current enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at universities and colleges located near/in the following localities only:
    • Washington, DC/Baltimore, Maryland
    • Quantico, VA
    • Reston, VA
    • Charlottesville, VA
    • Huntsville, Alabama
    • Tampa, Florida
    • Omaha, Nebraska
    • Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
    • Honolulu, Hawaii
    • Colorado Springs, Colorado
    • Miami, Florida
  • Current enrollment in a baccalaureate or graduate degree program which is primarily focused on skills that are deemed critical to DIA such as:
    • foreign area studies
    • computer science
    • business administration
    • human resources
    • public administration
    • international relations
    • legal
    • political science
    • chemistry
    • physics
    • biology
    • microbiology
    • pharmacology
    • toxicology
    • engineering
    • intelligence analysis related courses
  • Completion of 60 semester hours or its equivalent at the time of participation in the program.
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent at the time of application.
  • U.S. citizenship of applicant. Security clearances are not granted to holders of dual citizenship. All students conditionally accepted for internships and all DIA employees are subject to initial and a periodic counterintelligence (CI)-scope polygraph tests, and drug tests.
  • Please note that the security clearance processing and drug screening test can not be conducted while the applicant is overseas.
  • All applicants conditionally accepted for internships, and all DIA employees are subject to initial and periodic counterintelligence (CI) scope polygraph tests, and drug tests.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Attach an unofficial copy of your transcript to the on-line application. Finalists will be provided with instructions on submitting an official transcript. Please ensure to identify the following information:

  • Identify a functional area of interest.
  • Indicate your geographic preference for work assignment.
  • Indicate how you learned about the Academic Semester Internship Program.
  • Be sure to provide a permanent address, email address and daytime telephone number along with college information, and the term you applying for (Spring or Fall).
  • Include your GPA when submitting your application.

APPLICATION SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Applications will only be accepted on-line at http://diajobs.dia.mil. Click on “View Vacancy Announcements & Apply for DIA jobs” then click “no” when it asks if you are a current DIA employee. Click on the link to view job postings, then place a check next to “”Academic Semester Intern Program.” Click Apply. Please submit only the information requested.

COMPENSATION

Interns are paid an hourly rate (within GG5 to GG9) depending upon the number of credit hours completed, and relevant work experience. ASIP interns do not receive any benefits.

APPLICATION DEADLINES

Applications can be submitted from 15 September 2012 – 31 January 2013.

For additional information contact the Human Resources Manager at 202-231-2736. For additional information about DIA, please visit our world wide website at http://www.dia.mil.

DIA is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will be considered without regard to non-merit factors, such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, handicap, or sexual orientation. Veterans who are preference eligible or who have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 years or more of continuous service may apply.

Biz Op ~ Cultural Resources and Related Investigations and Studies in the Pacific Ocean Region ~ U.S. Army

Learn More

F~FY2012 Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) for Cultural Resources and Related Investigations and Studies in the Pacific Ocean Region

Sol. #: W9128A-12-R-0008

Agency: Department of the Army

Office: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Location: USACE District, Honolulu


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URS seeks Infrastructure Professionals and skilled Craftsmen ~ Honolulu, Feb 10th

We are ramping up for an exciting year here at URS Corporation!

We are always looking for local, qualified men and women, to support our clients and to continue to help our company grow and prosper.

Meet our recruiters in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 10th.

Hale Koa Hotel
2055 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
10 AM – 3 PM
~ this event sponsored by IntelligenceCareers.com

For more info: http://defensecareers.com/hawaii/

URS Corporation is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services for public agencies and private sector companies around the world. The Company offers a full range of program management; planning, design and engineering; systems engineering and technical assistance; construction and construction management; operations and maintenance; and decommissioning and closure services for power, infrastructure, industrial and commercial, and federal projects and programs.

We are ranked number 1 (out of 100) in Green companies, number 5 (out of 50) in Program Management, and number 2 (out of 200) in design firms by Engineering News-Record (www.ENR.com).

We are currently looking for a variety of Craftsmen (Electricians, HVAC Technicians, Plumbers and more!), as well as Project and Operation Managers all level of skills and experiences within the Operations and Maintenance fields.

You may also contact me directly with your resume at reet.ari@urscorp.com.

Thank you!!! Your URS Team!

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URS seeks Infrastructure Professionals and skilled Craftsmen ~ Honolulu, Feb 10th

We are ramping up for an exciting year here at URS Corporation!

We are always looking for local, qualified men and women, to support our clients and to continue to help our company grow and prosper.

Meet our recruiters in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 10th.

Hale Koa Hotel
2055 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
10 AM – 3 PM
~ this event sponsored by IntelligenceCareers.com

For more info, go to DefenseCareers.com/Hawaii

URS Corporation is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services for public agencies and private sector companies around the world. The Company offers a full range of program management; planning, design and engineering; systems engineering and technical assistance; construction and construction management; operations and maintenance; and decommissioning and closure services for power, infrastructure, industrial and commercial, and federal projects and programs.

We are ranked number 1 (out of 100) in Green companies, number 5 (out of 50) in Program Management, and number 2 (out of 200) in design firms by Engineering News-Record (www.ENR.com).

We are currently looking for a variety of Craftsmen (Electricians, HVAC Technicians, Plumbers and more!), as well as Project and Operation Managers all level of skills and experiences within the Operations and Maintenance fields.

You may also contact me directly with your resume at reet.ari@urscorp.com.

Thank you!!! Your URS Team!

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