Knowledge in area of subject matter expertise.
Ability to effectively plan, research, develop, and write high-quality, complex analyses, studies, projects, assignments, and briefings on key US foreign policy and national security objectives for IC consumers and policymakers at the highest levels of government.
Ability to apply expert knowledge of ODNI, IC organizations, and relevant customer organizations or operations (e.g., military, policymakers, and law enforcement), in order to effectively translate their requirements and provide appropriate output or responses to meet customer needs.
Flexibility and ability to remain open-minded and change opinions based on new information and requirements; ability to support group decisions and solicit opinions from coworkers.
Ability to oversee and direct information sharing programs and promote information sharing practices across the ODNI and IC.
Analytic and critical thinking skills, including superior ability to think strategically.
Ability to execute senior-level guidance in a fast-paced environment and to translate strategic goals into specific objectives.
Interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills in working with individuals at the highest levels of the IC and government in justifying, defending, negotiating, and resolving analytic disagreements.
Ability to work effectively both independently and in a team or collaborative environment.
Creative problem-solving skills and initiative in carrying out mission responsibilities.
Applicants must have at minimum a Bachelor’s degree in terrorism or counterterrorism studies or a related field, such as foreign policy, international studies, political science, or security studies, or at least three years of experience in all-source analysis at a national intelligence agency, federal law enforcement organization, service component, or combatant command.
To be considered qualified, applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, names and contact information for previous supervisors, and a 1-2 page qualifications statement that aligns their experience and skills to the requirements listed above.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to provide an analytic writing sample as well.
Prior work experience or advanced academic study on counterterrorism issues, foreign terrorist organizations, radicalization, terrorism prevention programming, critical infrastructure, or regional issues in the Americas, Europe, and Eurasia.
Experience with threat network development and threat network analysis tradecraft.
Experience with analytic tradecraft or methodologies, to include qualitative and quantitative methods.
Arabic or other foreign language skills.