Top Intelligence Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Intelligence Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Intelligence Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.6% of Intelligence Officer resumes contained Intelligence Community as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Intelligence Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Intelligence Officer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Intelligence Community

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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated and briefed senior level intelligence officials across the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community regarding target nomination and development.
  • Analyzed and reported real-time signals intelligence to US Intelligence Community partners, providing time sensitive intelligence and threat warning.
  • Presented all-source intelligence briefings to members of the U.S. Intelligence Community, focusing primarily on foreign instrumentation signals intelligence.
  • Performed both first and second phase analysis of imagery for various customers throughout the intelligence community.
  • Awarded Joint Service Achievement Medal for my involvement in coordinating intelligence production across the Intelligence Community.
  • Provided feedback on Agency finished intelligence, and addressed U.S. intelligence community needs and requirements.
  • Provided briefings and debriefing support to both Agency and intelligence community members.
  • Cultivate relations with intelligence community managers and analysts to promote integration.
  • Presented findings at intelligence community technical conferences.
  • Generated information reports for Intelligence Community.
  • Managed open source collection and analysis of regional political and military issues in East Asia in support of the intelligence community.
  • Coordinated projects with the Intelligence Community, the military, academia, and the private sector to achieve mission success.
  • Provided a two-way exchange of intelligence and CI reporting between state and local law enforcement and the intelligence community.
  • Authored a comprehensive Baseline Assessment of the maritime threat concerning Honduras for consumption by the Intelligence Community at large.
  • Leveraged US Intelligence Community products to evaluate and understand the threat to National Defense and US infrastructure.
  • Coordinated analysis with the National Intelligence Community as well as Coast Guard Area and District staffs.
  • Coordinate and vet with Intelligence Community products that are produced for DNI, OSD and Congress.
  • Worked with and trained Federal Government Intelligence Community (IC) employees and foreign services.
  • Mentored and trained newly hired employees, staff, and contractors in the intelligence community.
  • Briefed senior members of the intelligence community and National Security Council on WMD terrorism threats.

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2. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Facilitated communication between the facility Infirmary/Hospital and Inpatient/Outpatient Mental Health agencies/personnel and the Security personnel.
  • Explained hostile intelligence threat to security personnel and evaluate effectiveness of security countermeasures taken.
  • Ensured established goals and objectives were accomplished by subordinate security personnel.
  • Prepared, orchestrated, and conducted several types of security personnel training providing real-world insight and experience for trainee benefit.
  • Performed instructional duties to other security personnel, subject-matter, contractor employees, and others.
  • Provided security personnel and motorcades to over 200 representatives of foreign nations.

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3. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided market intelligence template to the Battalion Commander and five Recruiting Company Commanders through an Intelligence Preparation of the Marketplace process.
  • Drafted MACOM level force protection directive on behalf of the brigade commander in preparation for National Guard Bureau terrorism vulnerability assessment.
  • Interfaced with unit planners and decision-makers to develop intelligence-related courses of action; satisfying the Commander's priority intelligence requirements.
  • Selected by Battalion Commander to be unit Communication Security Officer with requirement to educate all personnel on safeguarding classified equipment.
  • Interpreted analysis and gave recommended approaches to problems and situations presented to the commander in a confident and well-organized manner.
  • Led training programs for other intelligence officers and provided briefing to commanders on intelligence pertinent to assigned Area of Responsibility.
  • Produced presentation on the Contemporary Operational Environment opposing force chosen as the basis for instruction by the regimental commander.
  • Supervised port security assessments and collection of intelligence products and briefed the Marine Commander on findings and recommendations.
  • Conducted training sessions for Battalion personnel and provided briefings related to various intelligence topics to the Battalion Commander.
  • Advised commander and senior leaders on employment of intelligence resources and procedures pertinent to tactical-level civil affairs mission.
  • Generated appropriate recommendations to Battalion Commander through daily and weekly briefings to support the commanders decision making process.
  • Developed bi- weekly intelligence updates and briefs for the Iraqi executive level military commanders and senior intelligence officers.
  • Managed intelligence collection efforts against the commander's requirements and regularly solicited assessments from customers on collection efforts.
  • Developed and Maintained intelligence threat assessments for company level operations conducted remotely for commander's update brief.
  • Synchronized intelligence from national to tactical levels providing commanders a fused intelligence picture prior to conducting operations.
  • Provided intelligence support to 800 soldiers stationed across six locations allowing commanders to conduct critical mission planning.
  • Used extensive imagery and mapping programs to develop and advise commanders on recommended logistical supply routes.
  • Provided accurate reporting of information and prioritized lethal targets and civil projects to the Battalion Commander.
  • Analyzed information produced from those operations and developed recommendations to inform the commander's operational decisions.
  • Advised senior level commanders on the applications and uses of strategic and operational intelligence collection assets.

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4. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Created/directed NC3 training/exercise scenarios to prepare organization for annual unit, Combatant Command and CJCS National Military Command Center readiness inspections.
  • Trained Marine Expeditionary Units to draft and conduct intelligence-driven operations relating to raids, non-combatant evacuation operations, and humanitarian assistance.
  • Supervised the collection, analysis and dissemination of intelligence which allowed senior leaders to make informed decisions while in combat operations.
  • Supported ground combat operations and SOF counter-piracy operations by fusing multiple disciplines of intelligence into tactically enabling assessments and products.
  • Earned the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service as a tactical intelligence officer while conducting combat operations in Iraq.
  • Developed relationships with national level agencies and looked for opportunities to leverage assets to support Brigade level combat operations.
  • Developed long-range planning/coordination in support of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and theater security cooperation with NATO forces.
  • Conducted sophisticated predictive analyses, detected patterns, assessed developments, and implemented successful countermeasures to combat narcotic/terrorist insurgents.
  • Coordinated intelligence collection and combat operations that significantly reduced threats to the 2014 Afghanistan National Elections polling centers.
  • Received United States Army Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service in support to organization during combat operations.
  • Provided time-sensitive combat intelligence and counterintelligence to the deployed staff and two subordinate 4,000 person brigade combat teams.
  • Commanded and controlled 30 Military Intelligence Soldiers and combined armed forces during combat and intelligence gathering operations.
  • Revitalized Trojan Spirit fielding as Program Manager through identifying combat losses of equipment and ensuring funding reimbursement
  • Managed Indications and Warning intelligence during a Middle East/Persian Gulf deployment and combat operations in Serbia/Bosnia.
  • Commanded an 82-soldier Military Intelligence Company that provided tactical intelligence support to a Combat Infantry Brigade.
  • Provided tactical intelligence analysis of weather and terrain in support of combat engineer personnel and equipment.
  • Provided oversight for several Brigade Combat Team Systems fielding and integration into their respective units.
  • Engaged stakeholders to facilitate a Pilot Performance Enhancement Program for Infantry Soldiers preparing for combat.
  • Provided support during peacetime, contingency, combat, humanitarian, and Presidential directed operations.
  • Managed development of threat scenarios based on enemy tactics in support of unit combat preparation.

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5. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Supervised and managed authentication and resolution of security clearance investigations of 83 Soldiers and classified information of a Battalion echelon unit.
  • Served as unit's security manager responsible for: physical security, anti-terrorism programs, and personnel security clearances.
  • Satisfied security criteria by maintaining established protocols and provided security clearance support for all assigned units at Ft. Lewis.
  • Managed the security clearance program, working collaboratively with multiple organizations to procure clearances for over 600 personnel.
  • Maintained and updated over 400 critical personnel security clearances and active security clearance investigations within the unit.
  • Supervised and coordinated security clearance investigations for 800+ personnel to ensure updated security clearances for all positions.
  • Tracked security clearance eligibility of staff and scheduled appointments for indoctrination into different security levels and programs.
  • Managed security clearance processing and maintenance for a large military organization with over 350 assigned personnel.
  • Lead the execution of military security clearances, security issues, and investigations of security-related issues.
  • Managed the security clearances for approximately 150 Marines and oversaw physical security of the squadron.
  • Coordinated security doctrine for sensitive projects, processed security clearances and performed sensitive background investigations.
  • Managed over 300 classified security clearances including NATO as flight SecurityManager; no violations.
  • Tracked and managed security clearance status and information access level for brigade personnel.
  • Managed personnel security clearance processing and reporting for a 300 person organization.
  • Conducted oversight and maintained records of personnel security clearances for the Battalion.
  • Trained personnel to accurately track security clearance for the battalion.
  • Managed over 400 individuals' security clearances through federal database.
  • Managed all personnel security clearance information for clearance process.
  • Keep current all security clearances and investigate security violations.
  • Supervised the distribution of security clearances within the organization.

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6. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Executed all Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO) requirements including frequent coordination with other DoD agencies and national intelligence community agencies.
  • Provided specialized information products and services to operational forces, national agencies, acquisition community, and DoD.
  • Provide analytic support and expertise to DoD interrogators, and inform senior policy-makers of issues regarding DoD interrogations.
  • Managed a portfolio of DoD Imagery collection requirements for the Directorate of Intelligence Operations and Unified Commands.
  • Authored concept for two major Theater Operations plans regarding integration of reserve personnel into DoD intelligence facilities.
  • Identified DoD equities and directed/ redirected DoD investigative actions responsive to investigative leads and interests.
  • Produced finished intelligence analysis focused on China for senior DOD policy makers.
  • Cultivated current and forged new collaborative relationships among DoD agencies and services.
  • Participated in IC and DOD technology evaluation and acquisition activities.
  • Destroyed classified information IAW appropriate DOD/NSA regulations and directives.
  • Interpreted/adhered to laws, regulations and DoD/Service policies.
  • Provided state-of-the-art technologies supporting analysts throughout DoDIIS.
  • Utilize Department of Defense (DoD) supported web sites to retrieve the most current information in the creation of products.
  • Produced reports pertaining to force protection and counter terrorism issues in North Africa for Marine forces and other DoD elements.
  • Assisted in the planning and oversight of DoD personnel during joint DoD and FBI surveillance operations inside the United States.
  • Developed cultural and language products to familiarize DoD personnel with the Arabic language and Middle Eastern and North African culture.
  • Informed command of Congressional, DoD resource decisions Developed, championed final program submissions to Air Staff and ACC.
  • Selected by DoD senior executives to attend a National Intelligence Council VTC to support an urgent national problem set.
  • Planned, organized, coordinated, and executed overt strategic debriefs in response to national and DOD requirements.
  • Research, evaluate, and recommend emerging technologies related to enterprise network models that support the DoDIIS mission.

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7. Humint

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Here's how Humint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Performed initial and operational analysis of CI and HUMINT that focused on human collection and assisted in determining source reliability.
  • Directed, coordinated and synchronized collection and intelligence fusion efforts of eleven Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT) soldiers.
  • Coordinated and validated intelligence community HUMINT collection requirements submitted by other national agencies for Defense HUMINT collection.
  • Coordinated and effectively utilized assigned tactical HUMINT, Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations teams in daily operations.
  • Managed HUMINT team operations and coordinated with Civil Affairs and Psychological operations teams to support intelligence operations.
  • Advised maneuver element commanders on the placement, and tactical employment of assigned HUMINT, SIGNT, and CI assets.
  • Provided MFT assets in support of targeting requirements to include analyst support, HUMINT support, TSE, and STG.
  • Supervised two THT teams and one Interrogation team that completed over 400 operations providing HUMINT for the Brigade Task Force.
  • Advised on and implemented CI/HUMINT policies and standard operating procedures, established and managed a CI/HUMINT section for MARCENT-FWD.
  • Maintain a current awareness of all HUMINT regulations and policies applicable to the operations of a subordinate organization.
  • Provide clear and concise guidance on HUMINT operations and RDO roles and responsibilities in an unstructured environment.
  • Presented student audiences with insightful perspective on the missions of the Defense Counterintelligence and HUMINT Center.
  • Coordinated Defense HUMINT realignment in support of National HUMINT priorities and the Global War on Terrorism.
  • Participated in planning for deployment and employment of CI and HUMINT assets in support of operations.
  • Streamlined the JITF-CT internal validation process ensuring timely tasking of national and theater HUMINT collection assets.
  • Developed multiple source directed requirements used by collectors to drive HUMINT operations during OIF.
  • Led analysis for 60+ interrogations supporting Joint Special Operations Task Force HUMINT operations.
  • Synchronized CI/HUMINT activities with multiple commands, higher headquarters and United States Embassies.
  • Coordinated with the Staff Judge Advocate on all matters concerning HUMINT collection law.
  • Focused on HUMINT intelligence discipline, as well as targeting of multiple personalities.

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8. Threat Assessments

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Here's how Threat Assessments is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Produced and delivered accurate threat assessments for executive-level decision makers of U.S. Strategic Command.
  • Coordinated weekly with NETCOM mitigation cell providing future threat assessments and analysis.
  • Planned, directed and produced a wide range of strategic cross-programmatic threat assessments, including the FBI National Threat Assessment.
  • Established overall critical path to meet threats and ensured that all phases of threat assessments were adhered and agreed-upon.
  • Collaborated with host nation agencies to develop unified Base Security Zone (BSZ) threat assessments.
  • Conducted threat assessments and analysis based to better to protect fixed and mobile logistics facilities.
  • Provided and disseminated threat assessments for the JPEC and adjacent units.
  • Provided threat assessments for CSAR mission; downed airman saved.
  • Conducted threat assessments for high-risk locations.
  • Generate and present threat assessments to executive management identifying low to very high risk Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing jurisdictions.
  • Command intelligence section and maintain intelligence products produced for battalion Analyze threat assessments and create targeting packages for the Commander
  • Conducted reconnaissance and surveillance throughout battlespace hostile areas to complete threat assessments of battalion outposts and logistics routes.
  • Collected, analyzed and disseminated threat assessments, antiterrorist, and force protection measures for over 1300 Soldiers and Airmen.
  • Developed and monitored cyber threat assessments for allied pacific countries (first for the signal division).
  • Produced over 100 Detainee Profile Data Sheets in support of USEUCOM Sub-Saharan Africa counterterrorism threat assessments.
  • Served as the Sector Specific Agency Representative for allDHS Threat Assessments.

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9. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Established and maintained productive information-sharing relationships with other players in the IC community as well as Federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Collaborated with US and coalition intelligence, law enforcement, and Federal Agents to develop and disseminate vulnerability threat assessments.
  • Reviewed all derogatory information from the local supporting military law enforcement agency involving SCI-indoctrinated personnel and takes appropriate action.
  • Responded to requests from outside law enforcement agencies, Designed Intelligence Databases and identified security threat group members.
  • Led team which developed and disseminated maritime intelligence and making recommendations to federal and local law enforcement authorities.
  • Provided law enforcement agencies with the criminal organizations and their members operating in certain areas of operation.
  • Coordinate threat briefs and debriefs with federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies while providing significant reporting.
  • Fortify networks and information sharing between military, policy, law enforcement, and intelligence components.
  • Worked with national law enforcement agencies, providing information on impending drug shipments for possible interdiction.
  • Prepared field reports for Operations Management and Law Enforcement discussing in-field activity and findings.
  • Work with local law enforcement to conduct background/criminal investigations for individuals with select appointments.
  • Developed a liaison program with federal and local law enforcement organizations to minimize risk.
  • Project required extensive coordination with senior members of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Communities.
  • Managed and coordinated threat prevention programs with national law enforcement agencies.
  • Coordinated with law enforcement personnel to stop criminal activity.
  • Coordinated operations with twenty different law enforcement agencies on ICS exercises and real-world operations in the largest port in the U.S.
  • Handled internal audits and assisted outside agencies with ongoing investigations (Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies).
  • Worked in partnership with counsel district and city counsel man to address law enforcement needs in the Avenues and Capital Hills Districts
  • Worked with outside law enforcement agencies for the prosecution of violations of state law, and investigations and various other duties.
  • Served as intelligence case support officer to Federal Law Enforcement agencies throughout the west coast for case support for ongoing investigations.

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10. Anti-Terrorism

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Here's how Anti-Terrorism is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided anti-terrorism analysis and recommendations for an organization whose space and missile defense assets and missions spanned the globe.
  • Supervised the implementation and management of Operations Security, and Anti-Terrorism force protection programs as an Intelligence Analyst.
  • Led two counterintelligence and anti-terrorism exercises in the Military District of Washington D.C. for Embassy personnel.
  • Conducted analysis of physical security within organization's footprint and implemented appropriate anti-terrorism measures to increase.
  • Liaised between Military Police Commander and Intelligence section for matters involving Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection.
  • Prepared and presented Force Protection, Anti-Terrorism and Operational Security training.
  • Provided threat analysis reports for base Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection cell.
  • Force Protection/Anti-terrorism Officer for the California Army National Guard.
  • Executed anti-terrorism force protection procedures within a government facility.
  • Managed all aspects of physical security and anti-terrorism/force protection.
  • Perform force protection and anti-terrorism training.
  • Orchestrated department-wide Anti-Terrorism Level 1 training.
  • Serve as brigade-level anti-terrorism officer.
  • Selected and assigned by senior manager to attend the Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Level II subject matter expert for unit.
  • Directed, developed, implemented, and operated an integrated Anti-terrorism (AT) program for the command.
  • Officer in charge of anti-terrorism/force protection, voting, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, and foreign language proficiency.
  • Key staff in support of exercise and contingency operations; Threat Working Group and anti-terrorism efforts.
  • Created policies and drafted numerous legal documents on Anti-terrorism, Force Protection and Intelligence Oversight.
  • Performed the duties of the Anti-Terrorism Officer, Movement Officer, and Intelligence Officer.
  • Lead Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) Officer in the United Arab Emirates.

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11. Intelligence Training

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Here's how Intelligence Training is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Develop and supervise multiple intelligence training for subordinates' career development, intelligence production efficiency, and unit cohesion.
  • Provided leadership guidance on all matters concerning military intelligence, counterintelligence, physical security and military intelligence training.
  • Mentored three subordinate leaders outside of their assigned career fields in preparation for advanced intelligence training.
  • Established unit intelligence training programs for required operations/contingency plans in the Central Command Area of Responsibility.
  • Planned and coordinated all major Battalion intelligence training events during train-up for deployment.
  • Served in operational, headquarters and intelligence training/education commands during 22-year career.
  • Managed eighty academic instructors supporting five Air force Intelligence training courses.
  • Acquired and finalized resource-related data for military intelligence training systems.
  • Supervised tactical aircrew intelligence training and intelligence personnel training.
  • Conducted unit military intelligence training operations and security briefings.
  • Developed intelligence training for company level intelligence teams.
  • Develop and supervise tactical intelligence training.
  • Scheduled and conducted command intelligence training.
  • Produced the Brigade's training plan resulting in 38 courses scheduled over nine months with 445 soldiers receiving intelligence training.
  • Supervised collection, fusion, analysis, production, and dissemination as well as support to required intelligence training activities.
  • Plan and Source Intelligence training for deploying units resulting in the successful deployment of 7000 Soldiers to OEF and OIF.
  • Synchronized intelligence training and scenario development, including missions of civilians, opposing force, and terrorist role players.
  • MANAGE AND IMPLEMENT INTERNAL AIRCREW INTELLIGENCE TRAINING (AIT) to ensure mission-ready crews for operational support requirements.
  • Coordinate with unit leaders at all levels to integrate intelligence training into their training programs.
  • Provide Intelligence Training specific to the major events of the exercises to ROK SOF personnel.

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12. Squadron

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Here's how Squadron is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Selected for Squadron and Regimental Intelligence Officer assignments designated for officers two levels over his rank.
  • Supervised four Intelligence personnel in providing an EA-6B squadron with current and operational intelligence.
  • Coordinated squadron reconnaissance program (camera operations, photographic procedures).
  • Developed the Squadron's Security Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Directed operations of a Squadron Intelligence Shop with an Airborne Reconnaissance Squadron comprised of over 470 Paratroopers capable of rapid deployment.
  • Team tested Patriot Excalibur for Standards and Evaluations and other uses as a test squadron for future ANG wide implementation.
  • Managed personnel and physical security requirements for the 900-soldier squadron, and served as unit expert on anti-terrorism measures.
  • Constructed and scheduled fitness program for over 30 squadron members, to include nutrition and metrics.
  • Coordinated squadron efforts for NATO air strikes in Bosnia as chief of the mission planning cell.
  • Developed and managed all squadron physical fitness training as the Unit Fitness Program Manager.
  • Served as the squadron Force Protection Officer both at home and in expeditionary environments.
  • Provided staff supervision and technical advice in all areas of squadron's daily functions.
  • Assigned Amphibious Squadron Two embarked USS Bataan as Staff Intelligence Officer (N2).
  • Assisted with the establishment of the Squadron s first personnel and physical security programs.
  • Deployed three times with the squadron to perform anti-submarine and maritime security missions overseas.
  • Facilitated the first New River Squadron Intelligence Training and Certification (SITC) Course.
  • Served as the Senior Intelligence Officer of a Calvary Squadron of 1,000 personnel.
  • Expanded briefings and provided real time intelligence specific to the squadron's mission.
  • Planned and implemented Squadron VTC Standard Operating Procedures while operating in IRAQ.
  • Organized Squadron Military Spouse Brunch, saved $600 in costs.

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13. ISR

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Here's how ISR is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided all source analysis and ISR incorporation into operations maximizing Battalion efforts to provide security while conducting pinpoint targeting operations.
  • Managed Divisional level ISR systems for the production and dissemination of intelligence products in support of combat operations.
  • Managed over two dozen missions to disrupt enemy cells and ensure stability and security during combat operations.
  • Conducted information operations in support of combat operations, including military deception to disrupt enemy operations.
  • Created competent/Law Enforcement enterprise capable of detecting, deterring, and disrupting terrorist activities.
  • Created software application to determine specific times for persistent and/or continual ISR coverage.
  • Developed ISR collection procedures improving Predator and ground force integration.
  • Developed briefings for focused targeting, requesting and employing ISR capabilities, and synchronizing the intelligence efforts of the brigade.
  • Coordinated C-IED ISR collection requirements to ensure they were in conjunction with the Commanders Priority Information Requirements (PIR).
  • Coordinated and instructed 80 Air Intelligence Liaison students per year on Nontraditional ISR (NTISR) capabilities of the F-16.
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) plan for two rotations into AO.
  • Monitored and interpreted collection versus satisfaction rate in order to brief leadership on the effectiveness of their ISR assets.
  • Staffed Military Intelligence products to the commander including Intelligence products, ISR Scheduling, Matrix, and Current Operations.
  • Managed 4 nationally implemented projects and was selected as a liaison to DHS D7 where I coordinated ISR resources.
  • Implemented and adjusted division collection in support of Division Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) requirements.
  • Monitored real-time ISR feeds (SIGINT, IMINT, and MASINT) in support of Personality Targeting efforts.
  • Coordinated deployment of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets for use in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Utilized ISR assets to develop counter terrorism products and to produce pattern analysis and patterns of life data.
  • Manage, plan and integrate with subordinate unit operations the targeting deck for all ISR and UAV reconnaissance.
  • Conduct Civic Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield and integrate ISR plan with higher echelon unit for natural disasters.

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14. Sigint

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Here's how Sigint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Recognized for SIGINT support to organization extended in theater enabling continued target.
  • Provided SIGINT-derived products to support Division lethal and non-lethal targeting efforts.
  • Created detailed SOP regarding tactical SIGINT collection operations.
  • Coordinated several collection platforms including SIGINT, OSINT and overt collection operations with CI/HUMINT operations to fulfill the all-source fusion process.
  • Provided daily intelligence updates of current and future threats based on HUMINT, IMINT, and SIGINT research and analysis.
  • Plan, direct, program, supervise and exercise technical supervision of tactical, operational and strategic SIGINT operations.
  • Monitored the tactical situation, analyzed reports and data acquired through reconnaissance, SIGINT, IMINT and HUMINT sources.
  • GENERAL JOB EXPERIENCE: - Imagery analyst, SIGINT officer, Officer-In-Charge of overseas cadre of collectors.
  • Integrated all intelligence disciplines - SIGINT, HUMINT and IMINT - into the battalion's operating picture.
  • Experienced in HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, and COMINT analysis and Collection Management during combat operations.
  • Maintain the System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA) for the TES-FWD1/ DECGS and SIGINT section.
  • Organized the training and development of over 90 Military Intelligence soldiers in the Intelligence Analyst/SIGINT/HUMINT/Interrogator/UAS MOS.
  • Served as an Intelligence Officer working IMINT and SIGINT Collection Requirements for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
  • Coordinated and participated in the collection of signals intelligence (SIGINT) and conducted electronic warfare.
  • Research and provided observations of brigade operations and critical insight to the senior SIGINT officer.
  • Implemented the pursuit of new, unique responses to difficult SIGINT target parameters and/or conditions.
  • Created fused intelligence estimates and reports that incorporated IMINT, HUMINT, and SIGINT analysis.
  • Advised both Corps and General staff on SIGINT and intelligence technology concerns.
  • Led CJSOTF-A SIGINT Targeting operations for 3 deployed rotations to OEF.
  • Provide framework for successful employment of SIGINT, HUMINT and counterintelligence.

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15. Information Security

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Here's how Information Security is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Manage staff safety, asset and information security and legal transfer of classified or controlled unclassified military information / foreign disclosure.
  • Developed and implemented physical and information security standard operating procedures for battalion and subordinate units, consisting of approximately 700 soldiers.
  • Enforced good operational security practices, including information security, sensitive documents handling, site security, and clearances processing.
  • Composed memorandums and standard operating procedures to address information security and handling directives of classified and sensitive information.
  • Managed areas of physical security, crime prevention, foreign disclosure, information security and classified documents review.
  • Received multiple recognition awards for Physical, Personnel, Information Security programs, and leadership performance.
  • Implemented, trained and supervised information security procedures for six offices and over 3000 classified documents/materials.
  • Establish information security enterprise architecture policies, procedures and references architectures that ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Build sustainability and the ability to change swiftly into information security programs.
  • Assisted Information Management personnel in evaluating and supervising information security vulnerabilities.
  • Ensured high level of accurate Personnel and Information Security was maintained.
  • Awarded a Navy Commendation medal for performance of information security operations.
  • Directed information security, compound security, and training.
  • Enforced Information Security Program and Protection of Classified Information.
  • Maintained all physical security protocol and information security.
  • Managed the Brigade's physical, personnel, and information security programs and training program for intelligence analysts and security managers.
  • Trained over 700 soldiers on anti-terrorism, operations security, convoy operations, information security and foreign intelligence services (SAEDA/TARP)
  • Developed a garrison information security program which was praised as being the best in III Corps and on Fort Hood.
  • Developed comprehensive training modules on operations, intelligence, and information security for the training of Joint Task Force Commanders.
  • Generated and implemented all Physical, Personnel, Operations, and Information Security systems and programs throughout the Brigade.

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16. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Received Meritorious Service Medal for excelling in a position normally filled by senior officer.
  • Awarded the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for organizing Military Friendship Games with Japanese.
  • Coordinated classified security programs (awarded Naval Achievement medal for security organization).
  • Executed Intelligence reports, drafted administrative correspondence, medal citations, and commendations.
  • Awarded one Navy Commendation Medal and two NavyAchievement Medals for separate classified operations.
  • Received Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal for improving effectiveness of a new technology.
  • Received Joint Service Commendation Medal for multiple operational successes.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medals for meritorious service.
  • Awarded Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superior performance
  • Earned the Army Achievement Medal for superior performance in the planning and executing of a two week long training exercise.
  • Awarded Navy Expeditionary Medal (awarded for landing on foreign territory against armed opposition) and the Naval Unit Citation.
  • Awarded Secretary of Defense Global War on Terror Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation, and deployment and pay-for-performance bonuses.
  • Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in recognition for meritorious service during this 12 month deployment.
  • Awarded a Coast Guard Commendation Medal at end of tour for outstanding achievement and contributions to program success.
  • Awarded prestigious Meritorious Service Medal for exemplary service and consistently rated in top 10% of peers.
  • Earned the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for time spent as Intelligence Section Officer-in-Charge.
  • Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for accomplishments while serving as Staff Intelligence Officer.
  • Received numerous awards, medals and coins from Generals and Senior Staff for outstanding briefings.
  • Recognized with the Bronze Star Medal and Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional leadership and performance.
  • Presented with a Joint Service Commendation Medal in recognition of intelligence skills and technical knowledge.

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17. DIA

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Here's how DIA is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Negotiated mutually supportive solutions to satisfy customer needs and meet program goals/objectives; avoided conflicts during intensive dialogue to foster camaraderie.
  • Identified business events pertaining to administrative, criminal booking processes, and developed process diagrams to depict these processes/use cases.
  • Noted for delivering foreign medial analysis, equivalent to a battle damage assessment that measured the effectiveness of information strategy.
  • Provided numerous recommendations, many of which were immediately implemented, for streamlining critical processes and improving overall training program.
  • Spearheaded critical non-concur mediation to resolve disparate positions between Agency reps and Office of Director of National Intelligence reps.
  • Served as the DIA representative for the National Intelligence Council Intelligence Community Assessment forecasting impact of global humanitarian emergencies.
  • Served as Intelligence Directorate Lead for support to Command's strategic communications and foreign medial analysis mission.
  • Streamlined all daily operations allowing immediate tasks to be completed with minimal affect to daily operations.
  • Provided senior level expertise on DIA transportation and logistics methodologies and maintained the relevant databases.
  • Coordinated and ensured that security inspections were conducted appropriately and deficiencies are resolved immediately.
  • Incorporated technology into investigation techniques to ensure accurate and immediate analysis.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan to set up a first-in-country media exploitation capability
  • Promoted increased cooperation with French, Chilean and Canadian intelligence.
  • Created 80+ intelligence records ISO DIA requirements/strategic analysis.
  • Translated and summarized foreign media for intelligence customers.
  • Prepared information for release to international news media.
  • Led 35-member personnel preparing for peacetime and combat deployments in the Atlantic, Mediterranean and Indian Oceans, and Arabian Gulf.
  • Managed a Division level Anti-terrorism/force protection exercise, informing over 5,000 Soldiers of enemy capabilities and threats in the immediate area.
  • Alerted and briefed the executives on reporting of interest and worldwide events of immediate concern to the U.S. and its Allies.
  • Career highlights include tours as: Squadron Intelligence Officer supporting operational intelligence needs of two WESTPAC/Indian Ocean Carrier Battle Group deployments.

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18. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Coordinate and synchronize training between multiple Intelligence Platoons to ensure a unified approach to intelligence collection.
  • Developed and streamlined monthly training tracker allowing the Command Element to better view and understand the daily operations of each platoon.
  • Serve as platoon leader in charge of supervising and leading 30-40 soldiers, and work with an enlisted platoon sergeant.
  • Serve as Platoon Leader in Delta Company at the US military's only technical intelligence (TECHINT) asset.
  • Commanded and trained the Anti-Armor Company and Heavy Mortar Platoon for support of a combined Tank/Mechanized Infantry Battalion.
  • Served as a Battalion Intelligence Officer, Surveillance Platoon Leader, and Brigade Tactical Intelligence Officer.
  • School year completed internship as an assistant to the Platoon Leader of my National Guard unit.
  • Manage, train, and lead platoon-sized technical intelligence Combined Materiel Exploitation Center (CMEC).
  • Led a platoon consisting of 30 Human Intelligence Soldiers in preparation for deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Increased leadership abilities focusing on squad and platoon level leadership and troop leading procedures.
  • Counseled senior Non-Commissioned Officers within the platoon as well as junior platoon leaders.
  • Led as Platoon Leader of eight Soldiers, ensuring readiness of all soldiers.
  • Scout Platoon Leader (2LT) in charge of 64 soldier platoon personnel.
  • Commanded an artillery platoon of 50 soldiers, accountable for training and operations.
  • Led an S-2 Battle Staff and a Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon.
  • Develop and assess leadership skills of Platoon Sergeant and Squad Leaders.
  • Ensured risk assessment for each training event to ensure platoon safety.
  • Coordinated 200 hours of individual language training for the MFT Platoon.
  • Organized training schedules and mentored platoon and company size units.
  • Planned and coordinated numerous weapon ranges as a platoon leader.

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19. Collection Management

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Here's how Collection Management is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Perform collection management/surveillance/reconnaissance and provide advice.
  • Lead Human Intelligence Collection Manager for Immigration and Customs Enforcement in charge of all collection management worldwide for Homeland Security Investigations.
  • Directed collection management plans which aided commanders in making decisions on how to best employ American soldiers against enemy personnel.
  • Perform collection management, surveillance, and reconnaissance to provide recommendations based on the information collected.
  • Presented professional Intelligence briefs on a daily basis which included Collection Management and Dissemination Plans.
  • Coordinated complex intelligence requirements, collection management, and information flow processes for unit operations.
  • Experienced with the intelligence collection management system and information data mining.
  • Performed collection management/surveillance/ reconnaissance and provided advice to the commander.
  • Supported other collection management teams when overburdened with workload.
  • Contributed to the collection management focus and the production of fused intelligence products to answer the Commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements.
  • Performed collection management, surveillance and reconnaissance activities and provides advice on the use of resources at all levels.
  • Performed full range of intelligence functions to include collection, collection management, analysis, and dissemination.
  • Completed Collection Management Training Course at the Navy-Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center in 2012
  • Performed the full range of collection management functions and analysis.
  • Performed multi-disciplined collection management of intelligence surveillance activities.
  • Conducted and managed intelligence requirements, intelligence collection, analyzes information, synthesizes multi-disciplinary intelligence, collection management, and surveillance.
  • Improved basic analytical and/or collection management skills including familiarization with assigned region, country, or discipline.
  • Teach collection management class at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy and provide one-on-one training to analytical elements.
  • Performed multidiscipline collection management of surveillance activities, and advised on the use of intelligence resources.
  • Prepared products and identified gaps in intelligence reporting to assist in the collection management process.

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20. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Evaluated and assessed US Army Reserve units during annual training exercises for effectiveness in performing the Military Decision Making Process.
  • Developed requirements documents and architectures for US Army intelligence/electronic warfare systems.
  • Trained the battalion on Subversion, and Espionage Directed against the US Army (SAEDA), and OPSEC programs.
  • Managed $500,000 worth of US Army equipment, including sensitive items, vehicles, radios and office equipment.
  • Initiated Iraqi Army liaison intelligence reporting system, which injected Iraqi Army intelligence into US Army reporting channels.
  • Ensured fellow officers complied with corporate policies and production operational policies set forth by US Army regulations.
  • Received multiple US Army Commendation Medals for exceptional performance and contributions during tenure as the Intelligence Officer.
  • Performed all source analysis on enemy situations in Eight US Army /Pacific Command area of operations.
  • Graduated in 10% of class at the US Army Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course.
  • Maintained strict accountability and maintenance, internal controls, policies, and US Army regulations.
  • Prepared and maintained reports of historic enemy activity and other threats to US Army assets.
  • Worked as an Intelligence/Electronic Warfare Maintenance Technician in the US Army for 20 years.
  • Career Development Course administrator for over 300 mid-grade officers, US Army CGSOC.
  • Served directly with US Army Corps of Engineers and Director of Strategic Planning.
  • Led small team to develop the first US Army services list and catalog.
  • Served as strategic intelligence integrator for US Army division.
  • Provided liaison to US Army Reserve support elements.
  • Served two terms in the US Army.
  • Executed US Army Foundry Program providing supplementary intelligence training to section.
  • Assessed by Battle Command Training Program as having the best analytical skills observed in all 10 US Army divisions.

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21. S2

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Here's how S2 is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Served as the Battalion Intelligence Officer (S2) for a forward deployed signal battalion in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Directed Base Defense S2 Operations using Intelligence Cycle (collection, fusion, analysis and production, and dissemination).
  • Worked with the S2 of the Battle Defense Operations Center (BDOC), my counterpart at that headquarters.
  • Brigade Assistant S2 for a rapid deployment maneuver Brigade in the 3 rd Infantry Division during operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Managed and directed two (2) personnel assigned to the Battalion's S2 (Intelligence) Section.
  • Synchronized efforts of the Brigade S2 shop with the 239th Military Company to enhance intelligence capabilities.
  • Briefed Military Products to the commander and working in an S2 with security management.
  • Served as Assistant Brigade S2 for 4th Brigade 1st Cavalry Division to RC-East.
  • Lead, directed, coordinated, supervised, and trained the S2 section.
  • Served as Battalion S2, 'Officer in Charge' in Intelligence Section.
  • Acted as the Brigade S2 in the senior officer's absence.
  • Brigade level Assistant Intelligence Officer (Assistant S2).
  • Completed the Counter-Intelligence/Human Intelligence Operations Management Course and received the S2X designator.
  • Served as the primary point of contact for brigade staff coordination as ACE Chief and Assistant S2 throughout the Warfighter Exercise.
  • Developed and Integrated S2 briefing into Commanders briefing to provide comprehensive status of all intelligence assets in a concise manner.
  • Manage S2 (Intel) Shop, Brief soldiers on intel topics (10 subordinate Soldiers)
  • Served as the S2 Intelligence and Security Officer in a world-wide deployable Brigade Support Battalion.

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22. Situational Awareness

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Here's how Situational Awareness is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided Situational awareness to DART Command through incident awareness by the development of a common operating picture across multiple states.
  • Developed products to provide unit with intelligence assessments to evaluate foreign travel threat and current global events for situational awareness.
  • Combined open source and classified intelligence to supply situational awareness and context to support crisis and deliberate planning strategies.
  • Provided complex data in simple formats uniquely prepared for individual customers; enabled rapid decision making and situational awareness.
  • Acquire information, intelligence and counterintelligence data to present assessments, situational awareness and recommendations to Commander and staff.
  • Conduct comprehensive research on complex insurgent/terrorist IED networks to increase situational awareness and assist decision making processes.
  • Maintain situational awareness of all security efforts to maximize the effectiveness of new approaches.
  • Developed situational awareness of enemy tactics, techniques and procedures disseminated through daily briefings.
  • Provided office and directorate leadership with situational awareness of the CE/CI/CT environment.
  • Increased situational awareness that improved accuracy and information flow.
  • Attended Intelligence sync meetings with Coalition partners to further our situational awareness of the Area of Operations and Area of Interest.
  • Provided foreign situational awareness for NBC executives, news components, and program affiliates for production safety in areas abroad.
  • Maintained situational awareness of IED network related events to include current status of caches, safe houses and IED employment.
  • Provided timely intelligence, threat updates, situational awareness and warning for 20,000 weekly missions traversing 140 countries.
  • Delegate responsibility within the crew ensuring solid communication, situational awareness, and a smooth work flow.
  • Established read files for pilots and command for situational awareness (SA).
  • Conducted over 45 briefs giving situational awareness of exercise parameters to the wardroom.
  • Provided 24/7, consolidated all-source multi-agency intelligence, situational awareness, and national crisis management support to ODNI leadership.
  • Developed intelligence research products for situational awareness provided to the units on the ground in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

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23. Intelligence Data

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Here's how Intelligence Data is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Supervised and performed intelligence preparation of the battlefield through employed automated intelligence data processing systems while developing intelligence training programs.
  • Prepared and gave daily briefings to authorized military and civilian personnel on current intelligence data and possible national security threats.
  • Identify and collect needed intelligence data using regional knowledge, military tactics and political-military relationship building techniques.
  • Instruct research techniques to pears and international officers in a school environment utilizing network based intelligence databases.
  • Correlated, fused, sanitized operational Intelligence data from both organic and non-organic systems and Sensors.
  • Developed business intelligence data warehouse, validated / audited business metrics.
  • Conducted review and analysis of intelligence data to safeguard transportation operations.
  • Analyzed intelligence data for high-level U.S. Government customers.
  • Analyzed intelligence data to determine threat analysis.
  • Maintained automated intelligence data processing systems.
  • Supervised a team of 7 charged with the intelligence data collection and analysis and coordinate overall case management and project management.
  • Used research tools to help conduct various methods of analyzing, compiling, reporting, and disseminating intelligence data.
  • Updated and maintain GEMINI and MIDB intelligence databases to provide briefings and other intelligence products on military industrial developments.
  • Assisted in intelligence data gathering and military exercise planning for Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR).
  • Oversee and administer the Departments Computer Intelligence Data base on all STG members within the Department.
  • PROVIDE FORECASTS by using intelligence data to produce threat estimates and predict enemy courses of action.
  • Predicted future gang, organized crime, and terrorist activity using analyses of intelligence data.
  • Led a 10-soldier military intelligence detachment in the collection and fusion of all-source intelligence data.
  • Managed 60+ multinational soldiers and was manager of the Intelligence Data collection center.
  • Responded to requests for tactical support and intelligence data, performing liaison functions.

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24. Subordinate Units

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Here's how Subordinate Units is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Ensured upward, downward and lateral communications to staff and subordinate units to maximize information sharing and understanding.
  • Supervised and conducted Physical Security inspections for subordinate units throughout the BDE.
  • Provided support to subordinate units theater-wide.
  • Evaluated performance of subordinate units.
  • Conducted multiple inspections of subordinate units' arms rooms ensuring they adhere to federal, state, and military laws.
  • Received, processed, and tracked all internal and external directives to ensure subordinate units' success and operational priorities.
  • Provide timely and accurate intelligence analyses and products in support of the commander, staff, and subordinate units.
  • Supervised an office of three civilians, two contractors, and provided guidance to three subordinate units.
  • Advised the commander and subordinate units on enemy situations, capabilities, vulnerabilities, weather and terrain.
  • Advise commanders and subordinate units on the threat, terrain and weather, and civil considerations.
  • Supported the commanders, subordinate units, and higher headquarters to answer their intelligence requirements.
  • Acted as liaison between higher headquarters and subordinate units on all security matters.
  • Conducted briefings, hosted conferences, and inspected subordinate units.
  • Oversee all purchases with subordinate units' government credit cards.
  • Assisted in planning and coordinating standard operating procedures and OPORDs for command and subordinate units.

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25. Afghan

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Here's how Afghan is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Researched various criminal elements in Afghanistan for the purpose of targeting individuals and criminal networks for prosecution or political action.
  • Produced a constant stream of unique and nationally significant intelligence products critical to the development of Afghan National Security Forces.
  • Organized and requested air support for the first fixed-facility retrograde in Eastern Afghanistan to ensure Soldier safety and mission accomplishment.
  • Provided intelligence analysis as well as physical security support to Soldiers while deployed to Afghanistan and in the garrison environment.
  • Provided over 30 weekly intelligence summaries in written format for operational level customers at Regional Command South in Afghanistan.
  • Lead analyst in Afghanistan-Pakistan Task Force responsible for assessing future collection requirements for human intelligence operations in Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated Humanitarian support to over 300 displaced Afghan civilians improving their quality of life after a natural disaster.
  • Served six-month deployment as the Director, Civil-Military Integration Program with International Security Assistance Forces, Afghanistan.
  • Researched and produced critical Intelligence for distribution to front-line units participating in Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan.
  • Advised, trained, and mentored Afghan Army intelligence officer on intelligence preparation and utilization.
  • Conducted weekly-classified briefings to Squadron Commander in preparation for Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
  • Provided intelligence operations to logistical planning and missions in Afghanistan and in garrison.
  • Supervised completion of projects which were turned into national-level intelligence summaries for Afghanistan.
  • Consolidated and developed instructional materials in preparation for classes required for Afghan Forces.
  • Planned humanitarian relief projects for Afghan communities to rebuild local infrastructure.
  • Mentored Afghanistan National Police intelligence personnel at the Regional level.
  • Developed an Afghan theater knowledge management SharePoint portal.
  • Officer primarily responsible for advising the commander on all threats to unit operations in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Qatar.
  • Conducted monthly information meetings concerning the latest Counter IED and enemy tactics and trends based upon information from Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • Coordinated intelligence information sharing with Operational Detachment Alpha, Afghanistan National Police, and Afghan National (ANA) security forces.

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26. Signals Intelligence

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Here's how Signals Intelligence is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Developed and coordinated signals intelligence plans with national intelligence agencies and conducted daily intelligence briefings to senior officers.
  • Managed and deployed both signals intelligence and human intelligence collection sections.
  • Conceived, developed and directed the first integration of Navy signals intelligence personnel with USMC Special Operations Capable units.
  • Worked regularly with Counter-Intelligence, Human Intelligence and Signals Intelligence teams in support of force protection.
  • Directed all special security arrangements for Marine Corps' largest Signals Intelligence Electronic Warfare Unit.
  • Co-created a Signals Intelligence reporting format that is now the benchmark for the US military.
  • Performed regression, functional & non-functional testing of a Signals Intelligence enterprise desktop system.
  • Evaluated all-source intelligence information (such as Signals Intelligence and Imagery Intelligence) to determine relevance for use in intelligence assessments.
  • Supervised the signals intelligence collection and reporting of over 300 targets during operation Iraq Freedom and Operation New Dawn.
  • United States Air Force Signals Intelligence and EW Officer

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27. Direct Support

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Here's how Direct Support is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Planned and coordinated the reconnaissance and surveillance missions for organic, direct support and general support intelligence collection assets.
  • Allocated theater intelligence assets to conduct direct support mission while ground components were actively executing counter terrorism missions.
  • Orchestrated Countless operations in Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Communications in direct support of executive directives with unmitigated success.
  • Provided operational guidance and direct support to the Commanding officer, 33 Officers, and 38 Chief Petty Officers MDMP.
  • Provide direct support to the Defense Intelligence Agency as a member of the 3200 Strategic Intelligence Group, Detachment 2.
  • Supervised 60 personnel in six locations that provided Direct Support to Major Subordinate Commands (MSC) of MNC-I.
  • Provide direct support for 97 users during day to day operations in a challenging and fast paced environment.
  • Provided direct support to Battalion Staff and Operations Section concerning the positioning and shaping of the battlefield.
  • Coordinated the brigade's intelligence efforts in direct support of the brigade commander's priority intelligence requirements.
  • Supported contingency operations in direct support of National Tasking for US Central Command and US arc Command.
  • Coordinated reach back intelligence support to Task Force Al-Asad and Al-Taqaddum Iraq in direct support of OIR.
  • Coordinated national signals intelligence to support missions in direct support of the Global War on Terror.
  • Furthered foreign operations in direct support to pressing issues of U.S. national security.
  • Managed Public Affairs division of 12 plus3 10 direct support personnel.
  • Manage the COMSEC Material Direct Support Activity (CMDSA).
  • Provided direct support to Weapons Systems Analysts.
  • Coordinated small overseas teams integrating mission planning, engineering and human operational elements in direct support of US national security interest.
  • Provided direct support to Defense Attach Offices (DAO) and FPDs located within EUCOM and West Africa.

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28. Collection Requirements

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Here's how Collection Requirements is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Identified significant intelligence gaps and coordinated collection requirements to meet current and anticipated intelligence needs to make substantial intelligence predictions.
  • Provide input to analytic team production planning by identifying intelligence gaps, specifying collection requirements, and suggesting potential targets.
  • Provided timely and authoritative advice and recommendations on assigned collection requirements management area to the chain of command.
  • Coordinated with higher, adjacent and supporting units to define Intelligence collection requirements and employ assets effectively.
  • Evaluated collected intelligence, identified information gaps, and proposed collection requirements on targeted tier countries.
  • Established collection requirements, analysis, compilation and dissemination of all-source current intelligence for mission-planning.
  • Collaborate & coordinate with staff to identify collection requirements and develop collection plans.
  • Managed high profile quick reaction support to critical collection requirements/crisis.
  • Authored local collection requirements for the Boston Division.
  • Manage and prioritize collection requirements and resources.
  • Debriefed sources to answer validated collection requirements.
  • Developed all-source intelligence collection requirements and strategies in support of United States Army Africa (USARAF) operations.
  • Manage all aspects related to collection requirements; conducted analysis to avert and respond to crisis.
  • Team Chief of the Iraqi Survey Group (ISG) in most sensitive collection requirements.
  • Identified intelligence gaps, and specified collection requirements to fill gaps in information.
  • Researched foreign naval systems to develop collection requirements for real- time support needs.
  • Perform database research and analysis of current intelligence reporting to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
  • Identify and submit target-related intelligence and collection requirements for tasking, de-confliction and accomplishment.
  • Served as mid-level all-source collection requirements manager performing a wide range of tasks to support the all-source analytical mission.
  • Lead developer of intelligence collection requirements for DHS' Communications Sector under theDirectorate of Infrastructure Protection.

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29. Centcom

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Here's how Centcom is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Facilitated the synchronization conference with CENTCOM Ground Component Command and CENTCOM Combined Force Air Component Command (CFACC).
  • Assigned as liaison between SOCCENT Intelligence Division and CENTCOM Intelligence Division.
  • Deployed to US CENTCOM's Contingency Forward Headquarters in Qatar.
  • Ensured the organization passed all CENTCOM detainee policy and inspections.
  • Streamlined reporting process used to updated CENTCOM Commanders.
  • Team leader at CENTCOM Forward Headquarters in Qatar.
  • Attached to JICCENT 0470 (CENTCOM) as All Source Analyst.
  • Resourced mapping and imagery products for the Warfighter Exercise by liaising with National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency personnel at CENTCOM.
  • Certified targeteer, all-source analyst, and team leader in PACOM/CENTCOM.

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30. Security Operations

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Here's how Security Operations is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Directed counterintelligence and operational security operations.
  • Spearheaded Physical Security operations and conducted regular Arms Rooms inspections ensuring successful completion of Division and Brigade inspections with zero deficiencies.
  • Provided strategic assessments of foreign intelligence and insurgent groups and prepared tactical planning for ongoing Diplomatic Security operations and investigations.
  • Directed counterintelligence and operational security operations to include physical security; ensured proper dissemination of intelligence information and products.
  • Revitalized security operations by developing a tracking and issue resolution system for over 4,000 soldiers.
  • Improved intelligence and security operations by advising senior leaders on training requirements.
  • Developed, trained and executed battalion's security operations and procedures.
  • Assisted - security section with mobile security and flight security operations.
  • Synchronized internal security operations and significantly reduced internal threat opportunities.
  • Manage safety and security operations.
  • Spearheaded streamlining of tracking and organizational systems, leading to 70% increase in productivity of all security operations.
  • Planned, coordinated, and supervised intelligence, security operations, and force protection functions of the battalion.
  • Conducted a review of base camp security operations and optimized the brigade force protection procedures.
  • Drafted the battalion's Security Operations Procedures.
  • Managed Intelligence Department Supervise, train, and evaluate 6 personnel to increase security operations and achieve organizational objectives.

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31. AOR

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Here's how AOR is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Served as subject matter expert on OEF insurgent activities and other general intelligence issues related to Afghanistan and the AOR.
  • Coordinated with NAVCENT leadership to manage the employment of multiple USN and Coalition intelligence collection efforts within the NAVCENT AOR.
  • Coordinated support for CI/Force Protection Teams that deployed throughout the EUCOM AOR to include Africa and the Middle East.
  • Provide information and assist in writing threat assessments within my AOR and identify intelligence gaps within the area.
  • Represented the Corps C2 within the US Element assigned to the UK Forces responsible for the Southeast AOR.
  • Served as Senior Intelligence Planner for USARCENT for several high priority operational plans within the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Provided the groundwork to allow elements to enhance the Green and White targeting within the ARCENT AOR.
  • Provide ground situation awareness on all intelligence activity on the ground & Air throughout the AOR.
  • Worked regularly with senior Iraqi military forces regarding joint planning operations within the AOR.
  • Performed site surveys throughout the Pacific AOR.
  • Synchronized multi-agency military and civilian intelligence partners with 21 PR coordination cells and five rescue squadrons for 24/7 AOR PR coverage.
  • Produced 55 mission critical intelligence products in support of operations in the Second, Fifth, and Sixth Fleet AORs.
  • Planned, resourced, and managed Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) throughout CENTCOM, EUCOM and AFRICOM AORs.
  • Forward located in AOR at Bagram AFB, AFG.
  • Provided Intelligence & C-IED support for EOD & maneuver forces operating throughout the CENTCOM and AFRICOM AORs.

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32. CIA

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Here's how CIA is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Maintained liaison and effective relationships with technical, political, and military specialists/sources with expertise in their assigned area of responsibility.
  • Conducted technical evaluations of terrorist WMD supplies and capabilities that resulted in improved CIA and U.S. military operations against terrorist organizations.
  • Provided significant input into a Defense Analysis Report that enhanced the understanding of enemy situations senior military and key civilian officials.
  • Supervised and directed primary and special staff operations including administration, security, and sustainable activities in support of 2,500 personnel.
  • Conducted vulnerable assessments of Iraqi provincial government facilities and recommend all force protection measures for Brigade's forward operation bases.
  • Utilize specialized military intelligence computer systems to run data analysis and risk assessments on thousands of classified data records.
  • Advised commanders, government officials, and other users of Intelligence information essential to military planning and aerospace operations.
  • Developed financial analysis to identify terrorist funding sources, transportation mechanisms, and funds usage derived from NGO activities.
  • Conceptualized and developed strategies to deny targeted entities and individuals access to the U.S. and international financial systems.
  • Course Emanations Analysis Technician Certification Warrant Officer Technical / Tactical Certification Warrant Officer Candidate School Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course
  • Experienced veteran working in the intelligence community in expeditionary environments, working within the Naval Special Warfare community.
  • Provided reach-back capabilities and intelligence support to forward deployed special operations forces resulting in execution of NSW tactical missions
  • Used and maintained databases and software applications, such as geographic information systems mapping and artificial intelligence tools.
  • Supervised physical, personal, and electronic security training and implementation for a 400-person Special Forces battalion.
  • Worked with system technicians and administrators to maintain, test, and troubleshoot experimental intelligence processing systems.
  • Conducted internal irregular warfare Capability Based Assessments in association with anti-terrorism/force protection responsibilities as opposition forces lead.
  • Identified funding sources of extremist organizations and mapped financial streams, disrupting terrorist operations and logistics.
  • Specialized training in physical and information security, several years of experience in lead security roles.
  • Established crucial relationships with key Iraqi Intelligence leaders on matters of personnel security and intelligence sharing.
  • Represented organizations or promoted their objectives at official functions or delegate representatives to do so.

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33. Intelligence Systems

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Here's how Intelligence Systems is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Managed and maintained technical information of intelligence systems, accounts and permissions in information libraries.
  • Maintained flawless accountability and safeguarded sensitive intelligence systems valued in excess of $9 million.
  • Used intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty for mission operations.
  • Utilized imagery, signals and human intelligence systems as part of the targeting process to capture High Value Individuals.
  • Use intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty of enemy, terrain and weather conditions for a commander.
  • Assigned to the Amphibious Assault Ship USS Bataan as the Assistant Intelligence Officer and Intelligence Systems Officer.
  • Maintained knowledge of intelligence systems and programs by attending refresher courses provided by the J6 computer lab.
  • Evaluated intelligence systems prior to fielding and provided input on how to implement them.
  • Use intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty for a commander.
  • Assess physical and cyber security risks utilizing intelligence systems and data on a federal and international level.
  • Used multiple intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty and provided recommendations to higher leadership.
  • Officer in Charge of the Corps Intelligence Systems Control Cell, coordinated the tasking of Corps-level and national intelligence assets.
  • Led 3 Human Exploitation Teams (HET) Ensured operational readiness of all intelligence systems to support HUMINT operations.
  • Managed Fleet-level Intelligence systems onboard the USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19).
  • Trained and led a seven soldier section using state of the art intelligence systems and analytical techniques.

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34. J2

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Here's how J2 is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Counter Piracy Analyst for Africa Command J2-Tampa, accurately assessing and disseminating intelligence briefs on counter piracy efforts for Somalia.
  • Conducted all-source analysis in support of the J2 Libya Crisis Cell; authored >50 slides for the CJCS/J2 daily briefing.
  • Served as Project Officer for the Deputy Directorate of Intelligence Assessments, Doctrine, Requirements and Capabilities (J2P).
  • Worked as necessary at US Forces Japan J2 HOC/HSE; served on watch during times of critical need.
  • Hand selected as the J2 Executive Officer coordinating all J2 s events, briefings, and product dissemination.
  • Served as Air/Air Defense Desk Chief, J2 Libya Crisis Cell.
  • Prepared and delivered classified oral briefings for the J2.
  • Provided key judgments to senior J2 / J2X staff, strategic decision makers and Army warfighters.
  • Prepared responses for and coordinated planned responses for RFIs internal and external to J2.
  • assigned to the US European Command J2.
  • Managed intelligence sharing programs for over 75 Australian and U.K personnel on CJ2 staff at Baghdad.

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35. Military Operations

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Here's how Military Operations is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided direct support on regional strategic and operational flash points to support threat warning for operational planning and military operations.
  • Recognize, exploit and analyze information which is likely to affect military operations, national policies and objectives.
  • Developed information and civil military operations plans leading to access and placement within denied territory in Baghdad.
  • Coordinated the gathering, analysis, and dissemination of information essential to complete intricate military operations.
  • Advise Senior Leadership and Operations Planners on Joint Military Operations and integrating Law Enforcement Operations.
  • Provided expert advice to military commanders on the impacts of military operations on international affairs.
  • Ensured delivery of intelligence for military operations.
  • Managed two training courses from initiation to completion; 38 Iraqi military and police officers trained in Civil Military Operations.
  • Collect, Analyze, and Disseminate Classified intelligence data for a battalion of soldiers in order to guide military operations.
  • Attended the Advanced Military Operations Course and performed duties as a Case Officer.
  • Provide support to military operations !!
  • Volunteered for TF NMJIC Yugoslavia, providing timely finished intelligence deliverables in support of active military operations.
  • Deployed to Souda Bay, Crete, Greece in support of military operations into Afghanistan.

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36. Imint

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Here's how Imint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated analysts input and commented on pertinent Intelligence activities to include Intelligence Community Collection requirements reviews for both IMINT and HUMINT.
  • Led a 14 person intel team in overt IMINT & HUMINT collection on 21 contacts of interest.
  • Planned and coordinated strategic surveillance and reconnaissance requirements; exploited IMINT sensor data and prepares various user imagery intelligence reports.
  • Developed and validated PACOM urgent and routine IMINT and MASINT intelligence collection requirements.

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37. NSA

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Here's how NSA is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Develop briefings, curriculum, and lesson plans, and instruct General Officers and NSA staff on revolving requirements.
  • Placed 50 warriors in NSA jobs during this period, and supported numerous initiatives to support military families.
  • Gathered audio, video, and documentary evidence of transactions, brokers, and suspected victims.
  • Briefed senior NSA staff and senior military Officer on the program on a recurring basis.
  • Served as the Chief of Intelligence at Kunsan Air Base in South Korea.

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38. Operational Planning

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Here's how Operational Planning is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Served in several positions in operational planning of electronic warfare, strategic intelligence analysis, communications planning and intelligence security.
  • Analyzed and assessed intelligence and operational planning gaps/vulnerabilities to enhance recommendation for future training venues.
  • Served on operational planning teams to determine business requirements and plan program improvements.
  • Provided intelligence collection recommendations in support of contingency and operational planning.
  • Integrate intelligence into operational planning and tasking.
  • Provided Country briefs and operational planning.
  • Enabled operational planning and targeting.
  • Analyzed open and classified sources in order to provide end users with the most relevant intelligence updates for operational planning.
  • Served at the Joint Information Operations Center (JIOC) providing operational planning and intelligence support to the J5 directorate.
  • Developed requirements, reports, studies, and briefings for operational planning or crisis events.
  • Request, coordinate and direct multiple FMV/LIDAR/GMTI/SAR assets to support target development and operational planning.
  • Directed analytical efforts, led personnel through operational planning and decision making in support of operations.
  • Conducted Operational Planning for a US Navy Carrier Strike Group, while deployed to the Middle East.

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39. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Researched and briefed military personnel regarding terrorist threat and intelligence analysis prior to overseas deployment.
  • Directed personnel engaged in general security indoctrination for military personnel and civilian employees.
  • Directed Military Intelligence Organization with up to 535 military personnel.
  • Provide weekly statistic on military personnel to senior leadership.
  • Recruited and trained civilian and military personnel.
  • Managed and supervised 37 military personnel.
  • Served as the Division s Operations Officer and Regiment s principle Staff Officer, providing support to over 30,000 military personnel.
  • Supervised the hiring of 300 local nationals allowing military personnel to communicate with the local populace.
  • Trained, mentored, and guided five military personnel.
  • Served as liaison officer to British and Australian military personnel aboard Al Udeid Air Force base for AV-8b Operations in Iraq.

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40. IPB

low Demand
Here's how IPB is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Maintained records and ensured functionality of shipboard intelligence computer based systems.
  • Modeled shipboard anti-air CWIS gun to optimize against anti-ballistic missiles.
  • Produced Intelligence Preparation of The Battlefield (IPB) products to accurately inform the Commander and meet his intent.
  • Provided Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) analysis to support MP missions throughout the Republic of Korea.
  • Supervised and managed the maintenance, upkeep, and utilization of new shipboard electronic defense systems.
  • Served as Shipboard Intelligence Officer.
  • Supervised shipboard operations including maintenance; operation of small boats, deck equipment and machinery; and oversaw deck seamanship evolutions.
  • Experience in Targeting, Urban IPB, Counter IED operations, and Multifunctional Teams.
  • Develop and assess friendly/threat Courses of Actions (COAs) utilizing Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield/Battlespace (IPB).

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41. G2

low Demand
Here's how G2 is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated frequently with small business technology office to ensure that G2 technology requirements reflected in the command's purchases and projects.
  • Provided oversight of a $12 million renovation of the 2nd Infantry Division G2 Analysis and Control Element (ACE).
  • Established a team of analysts tasked to develop open source intelligence products in support of the U.S. Army Europe G2.
  • Managed intelligence personnel manning within the brigade and coordinated with division and installation G2 to meet manning shortfalls.
  • Served as 8th Army G2 Weapons of Mass Destruction Intelligence Assistant Chief during Key Resolve Korea 2015.
  • Served as Deputy G2 and Chief of G2 Plans for a forward deployed separate Brigade.
  • Served as the acting G2 for over three months in her absence.
  • Provided Advisory support to G2s and G2Xs globally to increase staff effectiveness.
  • Coordinated procurement of vital computer networking equipment for AAD G2 from ISAF.
  • Assigned to the Tactical Operations Center Intelligence Cell, G2.
  • Assisted USARAF G2 intelligence planners, conducted necessary intelligence supporting on-going and future plans.
  • Developed intelligence training plan for G2 as well as providing personal tutoring/mentorship to G2.

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42. Opsec

low Demand
Here's how Opsec is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provide physical security reviews of facility utilizing OPSEC concepts, provide recommendations as necessary.
  • Developed and administered a strategy that assisted the C4 team to properly have a strong OPSEC program.
  • Provide training and oversight to establish OSINT for OPSEC programs.
  • Provided OPSEC, COMSEC, IA and Security training.
  • Maintain Battalion physical security program and conduct routine inspections to ensure compliance with established operations security (OPSEC) policies and procedures
  • Instituted an OPSEC review program for documents and presentations given to foreign national visitors and outside organizations.

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43. Enemy Capabilities

low Demand
Here's how Enemy Capabilities is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Developed and disseminated all-source intelligence products and provided bottom-line analysis reports of enemy capabilities, strengths and vulnerabilities.
  • Ensured integration of information on friendly and enemy capabilities and environmental factors into operational planning.
  • Provide the commander with timely information about enemy capabilities and activities.
  • Identified enemy capabilities and threats to new Quartermaster material acquisitions.
  • Briefed all units assigned to the border camp on the enemy capabilities and tactics.
  • Advised Brigade S3 of threat situation and enemy capabilities.

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44. Arcgis

low Demand
Here's how Arcgis is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Utilized intelligence data to create mapping imagery using ArcGIS and similar technology.
  • Well versed in ArcGIS, GoogleEarth, and Analyst Notebook tools, as well as minor familiarity with Army CPOF.
  • Utilized ArcGIS and database applications on a daily basis for analysis and datamining.

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45. SCI

low Demand
Here's how SCI is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Established, preserved, and enforced working procedures/standing operating procedures/systems; enforced high standards, discipline and rewards.
  • Conducted analyzed intelligence based on scientific and technical characteristics of weapons systems, technological devices and other entities.
  • Produced in-depth system analysis and area studies in support of Navy operational deployments using diverse intelligence disciplines.
  • Utilized intelligence methodologies, analyzed and coordinated reporting with other intelligence disciplines for future target development.
  • Result: Disciplined physical security of sensitive documents ensured authorized access to or use of intelligence.
  • Provided trend analysis in support of various disciplines of intelligence to spearhead problematic areas.
  • Trained and experienced in multiple disciplines of intelligence operations and field operations support.
  • Administered program for release of classified scientific and technical information to foreign allies.
  • Supervised and administered the SCI security program to include SCI security oversight.
  • Completed Teaching Practicum and received Instructor of Military Science Degree
  • Conducted annual SCI refresher training for all indoctrinated personnel in accordance with Department of the Navy and SSO policies and directives.
  • Instilled discipline, enforce the Army Values and military standards while providing leadership, guidance and counseling for Soldiers in training.
  • Provided direct oversight for SCIF management, INFOSEC, key control, physical security, anti-terrorism, and arms control.
  • Supervised 80 Junior Officers - job placement for arriving personnel, resolved disciplinary issues and tracked students to enter class.
  • Schooled in multiple collection disciplines, to include Human, Imagery, Signals, and Measurement and Signals Intelligence.
  • Ensured new developments in systems were compatible with other systems so that information could be shared across intelligence disciplines.
  • Oversee and supervise the Intelligence collection operations of multiple disciplines, ensuring compliance with all laws and regulations.
  • Analyzed and wrote in-depth reports on foreign directed-energy-weapons research efforts for US scientist and policy makers.
  • Maintained a high level of personal discipline in physical fitness, mental readiness, and agility.
  • Established policies for the production and presentation of monthly SCI-level intelligence briefing to the USARPAC Commander.

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46. Information Reports

low Demand
Here's how Information Reports is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Evaluated information reports for accuracy and timeliness, and adjust future reporting accordingly.
  • Submitted formal evaluations of 45 Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Edited/disseminated 500+ Intelligence Summaries and Information Reports.
  • Demonstrated advanced knowledge and wrote high-value Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) on high interest vessels.
  • Authored and reviewed Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) for dissemination to partner agencies.
  • Drafted and edited over 600 Intelligence Information Reports as the Independent Intelligence Officer.
  • Manage the debriefing and dissemination of high value regional Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Review intelligence information reports to ensure all regulations are followed and addresses the appropriate collection requirement.
  • Developed questions based off of Source Directed Requirements and IIR Evaluations and provided results through Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs).
  • Converted appropriate theater DIIRs to Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) for US national consumption.
  • Maintained SOCCENT Microsoft Access database on IIR numbers and entrusted with release authority for all theater Draft Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Authored 3 Antiterrorism/Force Protection Plans, 3 Threat Vulnerability Assessments, and 30 Intelligence Information Reports.

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47. Joint Staff

low Demand
Here's how Joint Staff is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Served on a joint staff as the USAF Functional area manager, providing mission critical intelligence and mission requirements data analysis.
  • Developed and maintained Joint Staff South s Navy Reserve Component s Joint Qualification Standard (JQS) completion tracking tool.
  • Coordinated with PACOM and Joint Staff on AT/FP/CIP programs and policies impacting USFK.
  • provided subject matter expertise on submarine and other sensitive reconnaissance operations to the Joint Staff Director for Intelligence.
  • Joint Staff Counterintelligence Staff Officer who provided program direction and targeting support for key counterintelligence initiatives.

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48. Masint

low Demand
Here's how Masint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Advocated and worked with Air Staff in procurement of $4.5M supplemental GWOT funding for a critical MASINT mobile sensor.
  • Developed all-source collection strategies, and was trained in, and operated as a MASINT Collection Manager.
  • Coordinated the preparation, validation, and submission of time-sensitive collection requirements from MASINT sources.
  • Presented statistical data to a customer of the MASINT directorate

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49. Geoint

low Demand
Here's how Geoint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Supervised the day to day operations of a Brigade's operations, plans, GEOINT, HUMINT, and Fusion sections.
  • Guided and directed collection and processing of SIGINT, GEOINT and HUMINT in support of all source analysis.
  • Coordinated detailed, multi-disciplined (HUMINT, SIGINT, and GEOINT) intelligence analysis on enemy IED organizational structures.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Intelligence Officer

Intelligence Community39.6%
Security Personnel15.5%
Commander11.1%
Combat5.8%
Security Clearance2.9%
DOD2.1%
Humint2.1%
Threat Assessments2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Intelligence Officer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Intelligence Community
Intelligence Community
32.6%
32.6%
2
2
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
12.7%
12.7%
3
3
Commander
Commander
9.1%
9.1%
4
4
Combat
Combat
4.8%
4.8%
5
5
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
2.4%
2.4%
6
6
DOD
DOD
1.7%
1.7%
7
7
Humint
Humint
1.7%
1.7%
8
8
Threat Assessments
Threat Assessments
1.6%
1.6%
9
9
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
1.5%
1.5%
10
10
Anti-Terrorism
Anti-Terrorism
1.5%
1.5%
11
11
Intelligence Training
Intelligence Training
1.4%
1.4%
12
12
Squadron
Squadron
1.4%
1.4%
13
13
ISR
ISR
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Sigint
Sigint
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Information Security
Information Security
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Medal
Medal
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
DIA
DIA
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Platoon
Platoon
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Collection Management
Collection Management
1%
1%
20
20
US Army
US Army
1%
1%
21
21
S2
S2
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Intelligence Data
Intelligence Data
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Subordinate Units
Subordinate Units
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Afghan
Afghan
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Signals Intelligence
Signals Intelligence
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Direct Support
Direct Support
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Collection Requirements
Collection Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Centcom
Centcom
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Security Operations
Security Operations
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
AOR
AOR
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
CIA
CIA
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Intelligence Systems
Intelligence Systems
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
J2
J2
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Military Operations
Military Operations
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Imint
Imint
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
NSA
NSA
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Operational Planning
Operational Planning
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
IPB
IPB
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
G2
G2
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Opsec
Opsec
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Enemy Capabilities
Enemy Capabilities
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Arcgis
Arcgis
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
SCI
SCI
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Information Reports
Information Reports
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Joint Staff
Joint Staff
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Masint
Masint
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Geoint
Geoint
0.3%
0.3%

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