Top Intelligence Senior Sergeant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Intelligence Senior Sergeant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Intelligence Senior Sergeant resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.8% of Intelligence Senior Sergeant resumes contained Military Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Intelligence Senior Sergeant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided technical advice and guidance regarding a wide variety of military personnel management programs to include personnel accountability and strength management.
  • Provided technical and administrative supervision while employing military personnel principles, concepts, legal requirements, and regulatory compliance.
  • Prepared over thirty military personnel for a high stress environment resulting in above average scores and achievements.
  • Developed lesson plans for instruction of military and non military personnel.
  • Produced, reviewed and edited awards and evaluations for military personnel.
  • Provided direct leadership and guidance to over one hundred military personnel.
  • Provided assistance to military personnel and operating officials.
  • Managed a group 25-30 of military personnel while serving in combat operations resulting in safe and highly effective missions.
  • Trained military personnel in all aspects of their profession, resulting in numerous awards and achievements.
  • Briefed and advised commanders on BN military personnel readiness and strength levels.
  • Performed a variety of Electronic Military Personnel Office (eMILPO) duties in support of the organization.

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2. Intelligence Community

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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Coordinated and integrated strategic and tactical biometrics operations and ensured compliance with Intelligence Community standards and theater policies.
  • Led a 100-person intelligence collection, processing and reporting Branch in support of Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence Community requirements.
  • Managed calendar used by intelligence community, identifying and tracking worldwide dates of interest.
  • Monitored all-source intelligence community reporting and disseminated intelligence as appropriate to senior leaders.
  • Subject Matter Expert using Intelligence Community databases.
  • Interpreted doctrine, federal directives and Intelligence Community guidelines to update and improve all procedures and policies.

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3. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Served in a military intelligence unit providing time sensitive reporting of signals intelligence to battlefield commanders and national level agencies.
  • Participated in regularly scheduled command briefings, reporting real time data analysis and solutions to challenges to senior commanders.
  • Coordinated all intelligence update briefs, and established matrix for disseminating critical information to adjacent battle space commanders.
  • Produced and briefed all-source intelligence analysis to Multinational Division Commanders on actionable intelligence contingencies on a daily basis.
  • Provided remote and on-site medical and intelligence support to military commanders and government officials.
  • Provided tactical and technical intelligence information to the Senior Intelligence Officer and Commanders.
  • Coordinated the Brigade Physical Security Program with higher headquarters and local commanders.
  • Briefed intelligence products to Battlefield Commanders which influenced theater wide decision making.
  • Conducted weekly intelligence/security updates to Battalion Commander and his staff.
  • Briefed operational commanders on intelligence processes and full-spectrum analysis.
  • Drafted periodic special reports for higher echelon commanders.
  • Advise Commander on communications and electronic warfare.
  • Coordinated and supervised personnel changes and updates by briefing from General Officer, Brigade, Battalion and Company level commanders.
  • Coordinate services based on units needs and provide feedback to unit commanders and Army Community Service (ACS) director.
  • Acted as interim First Sergeant for 90 days, responsible for all Soldiers and Civilian personnel under the commander direction.
  • Analyzed results of the inspections and surveys, and provides detailed reports and briefings to the supervisors and military commanders.
  • Briefed Joint Military Commission (JMC) commander and staff on Entity Armed Forces (EAF) capabilities and projections.
  • Supervised and evaluated from four to ten individuals, prepared and conducted briefings for commanders and other high-ranking officials.
  • Conducted independent research on time sensitive tasking's and providing high level briefings to military and host nation commanders.
  • Served exceptionally as the Operations Officer and Acting Deputy Commander for JPAC Detachment 3 in Vientiane, Laos.

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4. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Trained and supervised four unit representatives on Physical Security Operations during combat environment, resulting in no loss of sensitive items.
  • Coordinated 30 combat medical evacuation for wounded soldiers and civilians.
  • Coordinated all combat deployment logistical needs for mobilizing units.
  • Served as the intelligence Sergeant for a 715 soldier Engineer Combat Effects Battalion assigned to the United States Army Pacific Command.
  • Spearheaded all security briefings to over 400 soldiers and 20 civilians within the Squadron in both garrison and combat environments.
  • Led 68 personnel, diverse combat Helicopter unit, consisting of Pilots, mechanics, supply specialist and communication technicians.
  • Served as the Battalion Intelligence Officer for six months while in combat during the initial stages of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Provided Instruction in tactics and in combat procedures to counter insurgent forces and to Host National Indigenous Units.
  • Lead a Special Forces Team as the teams Intelligence Sergeant, Assault Team Leader on countless combat patrols.
  • Remained flexible and mission focused during changing requirements in the high op tempo of a deployed combat team.
  • Established and maintained on-the-job and apprentice training programs; implemented emergency, disaster, and combat feeding plans.
  • Educated subordinates on JPAS and SIPR net systems which forged a winning team that was ready for combat.
  • Served as the Senior Terrain Data Sergeant for 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division.
  • Played critical role in the investigation, targeting, capture and conviction of multiple enemy combatants.
  • Trained 205 soldiers in both Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and live tissue.
  • Conducted battalion training on Analyst's Notebook and Advanced Special Operations Combat Operations System.
  • Provided critical counter-IED predictive analysis and trends to units prior to combat patrols.
  • Light wheel, generator mechanic 63B, Combat Specialist 31k and Intelligence analyst 96B
  • Selected and employed surveillance, combat, reporting and network management systems.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star for maintenance operations while in a combat zone.

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5. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Participated in special operations involving unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, strike operations, strategic reconnaissance, and intelligence collection.
  • Maintained a calendar of events and appointments of incoming representatives and groups of organizations internal and external to the installation.
  • Developed work plan for proposed projects and incorporated approved projects into overall work priorities.
  • Provided recommendation, incorporated safety, risk management security measure and force protection.
  • Employed tactical communications in support of conventional and unconventional special operations missions.
  • Identify barriers such as data quality issues and incomplete data, and investigate, document and implement actions to meet goals.
  • Trained and supervised over 400 indigenous forces in special reconnaissance, direct action, unconventional warfare, and foreign internal defense.
  • Evaluated contract food service operations and filled in for Supply NCO when at school, ordering all catered meals.
  • Selected to Serve as a Tactical training NCO for the Maryland Army National Guard Non-Commissioned Officers Academy.
  • Served as intelligence Analyst and Brigade (BDE) Staff NCO of over 1,050 Soldiers.
  • Deployed overseas to Iraq for two tours as aerial sensor operator and NCOIC of standardization.
  • Developed a Convoy Operations SOP for DynCorp personnel transiting to and from the ANDF.
  • Trained incoming Active Guard and Reservist (AGR) S-1 Sr. Human Resources Sergeants.
  • Conducted 3,000+ patient encounters a year to keep the company fit for active duty.
  • Managed the company's allocations for NCOES and numerous other Soldiers schools.
  • Supervised personnel assigned as the Physical Security OIC and NCOIC.
  • Answered and assisted with incoming calls and messages.
  • Served as primary instructor/advisor for incoming units on utilizing, maintaining, and troubleshooting the TES in a deployed environment
  • Served as the staff NCO leader for major commands, in multi-echelon, joint and combined intelligence organization.
  • Served as Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological NCO.

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6. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Implemented quarterly testing for all nuclear security personnel.
  • Coordinated with shipboard security personnel during 7 port visits to provide detailed threat assessments and establish a security plan.
  • Experienced in all areas relating to scheduling and evaluation of security personnel with in the department.
  • Trained and supervised 13 security personnel, ensuring the observance of all government procedures.
  • Inspect and brief assigned Security Personnel.

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7. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Created daily stats report that reduced inaccuracies and provided management with an important decision-making tool concerning security clearance packet submissions.
  • Supervised and trained 2 to 3 subordinates to be proficient in data analysis and security clearance/sensitive information management.
  • Served as Personnel Security Manager, responsible for processing security clearance paperwork at the Battalion level.
  • Maintained all battalion personal security data to include training and security clearance status.
  • Maintained and processed all intelligence information, security clearances and unit inspections.
  • Initiated and managed security clearance investigations for personnel in my unit.
  • Coordinate personnel/physical security and security clearance acquisitions for battalion sized element.
  • Processed necessary documentation for soldiers requiring security clearances for assignments.
  • Performed personnel SCI Security clearance processing and administration.
  • Assisted in processing security clearances.
  • Implemented a Microsoft Access personnel database tracking system for over 383 personnel that greatly improved the tracking of security clearances status.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of the battalion's security clearance status to ensure all soldiers records were updated and accurate.
  • Coordinated, Received, reviewed, and processed requests for investigations of Security Clearances packets.
  • Supervised the flagged records section, which also included monitoring soldiers with security clearances.
  • Provided security clearance support and tracking with no lapse in clearance coverage.
  • Maintained Security Clearance Access Rosters and staff training programs and personal files.
  • Maintained Department of Defense Top Secret (TS-SBI) Security Clearance.
  • Managed over 900 security clearances while in a deployed environment.
  • Managed and maintained security clearance data for over 600 personnel.
  • Achieved and maintained a Top Secret security clearance.

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8. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Incorporated the MDMP process into curriculum provided to US Army units and Afghan Nation Army Intelligence personnel.
  • Assisted in developing the Modern Army Record Keeping System (MARKS) for the entire US Army.
  • Retired Sergeant First Class US Army
  • Retired US Army with over 20 years of Food Service Experience Managed a 150,000 dollar a month budget without any losses.
  • Camp Atterbry, IN In this position, I was the lead person providing manning of a US Army Mobilization Center.
  • Completed the US Army Structured Self-Development level 3 and 4 courses.

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9. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepared written reports documenting the organizational training programs effectiveness.
  • Demonstrated the required tasks for new employees in the Training Programs and routinely perform the tasks when not performing other duties.
  • Developed and implemented training programs in basic emergency medicine and preventive medical care for U.S. and foreign soldiers.
  • Planned, prepared and presented training programs to staff and other building occupants in emergency procedures and protocol.
  • Prepared and presented unit training programs resulting in a 50% increase in leadership course completions.
  • Designed, implemented and managed numerous training programs; conducted briefing sessions.
  • Briefed Commanders on the overall effectiveness of the training programs.
  • Prepared and conducted various training programs for personnel.

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10. Personnel Files

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Here's how Personnel Files is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Accounted for over 140 personnel files and kept an up to date database of all persons within the Company.
  • Managed and reviewed promotions/personnel files of 500 personnel for promotion with 100% accuracy.
  • Handled confidential information including maintaining employee's records and personnel files.
  • Informed soldiers on the deficiencies in electronic personnel files and provided courses of actions to correct.

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11. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Participated in the development and review of materiel readiness for areas of logistics/supply policies, resource implications and support agreements.
  • Possess thorough knowledge in troubleshooting logistics information system hardware, software, and communication devices.
  • Direct and perform logistics management operations involving planning for specified monthly unit training missions.
  • Brief any recommendations to improve existing or planned logistics processes.
  • Coordinated deployment and redeployment logistics for personnel and equipment.
  • Provide logistics analysis to include acquisition planning and maintenance.
  • Enter and maintain logistics-related data into databases.
  • Supervised the Army Maintenance System / Prescribed Load List and Unit Level Logistics System - Ground valued at over $1M.
  • Analyzed and evaluated logistics studies, supply & contractor systems, developed by AMC activities, other government agencies.
  • Company Operations Sergeant responsible for training, operations, logistics, promotions, assignments and troop utilization.
  • Develop and/or maintain models for logistics uses, such as cost estimation or demand forecast.
  • Supervised the fielding of the Unit Level Logistics to five company supply rooms.
  • Performed logistics management functions that involved planning, coordinating, and evaluating logistical actions required to support specified mission and programs.
  • Performed as higher logistics authority over multiple construction projects Performed as Assistant Operations Non-Commissioned Officer for Command.

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12. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Conduct sensitive and complex gang related investigations independently or with the cooperation of other law enforcement agencies.
  • Updated security policies and procedures for security force personnel performing law enforcement duties within the sub-community.
  • Incorporated new system processes that involved providing information to Law Enforcement Personnel.
  • Gathered, analyzed, correlated, and evaluated information from a variety of resources, such as law enforcement databases.
  • Established standard operating procedures for Physical Security and background checks in doing so worked with local law enforcement agencies.
  • Managed and accounted for equipment used by HUMINT Collection Teams and Law Enforcement Personnel.
  • Program supported law enforcement as well as warfighter operational continuum demanding innovation in analytic and dissemination solution development.
  • Worked in conjunction with law enforcement officers to deter criminal activity on associated client properties.

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13. Humint

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Here's how Humint is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Performed daily coordination and liaison with Counterintelligence and national Human Intelligence (HUMINT) organizations.
  • Managed 8 HUMINT Collection Teams during Operation Iraqi Freedom, which ranked first in mission completion and report accuracy.
  • Conducted military source operations in support of HUMINT collection requirements for RC-North Iraq.
  • Managed and oversaw the planning and execution of all Division HUMINT Operations.
  • Advised and briefed senior leadership on HUMINT capabilities.
  • Provided guidance as a senior community HUMINT expert.
  • Collected and reported intelligence gathered from HUMINT sources.
  • Utilized Biometric indexing tools to increase source verification while conducting HUMINT operation.

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14. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Installed, configured, aligned, operated, and maintained satellite communication systems during exercise and daily operations.
  • Formulated policies and managed daily operations; including management of materials and human resources.
  • Managed the daily operations, coordinated, monitored and supervised all training requirements.
  • Briefed upper management and higher echelons on daily operations.
  • Supervised, planned and directed the daily operations of 34 personnel and associated equipment valued at $6.5 million.
  • Provided assistance during the daily operations of a combined arms exercise with the Thailand and Japanese host nations.
  • Supervised a team of 10,000 employees; provided scheduling of task and managed daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations of a 60-member organization serving over 5,000 employees.
  • Planned and track daily operations of unit while deployed to Afghanistan.
  • Assessed daily operations for 81 service members.
  • Managed and supervised the daily operations of a technical operations center and operations staff.
  • Selected as Liaison Officer for Task Force 33; responsible for tracking daily operations at 10 firebases.

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15. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Earned the Joint Service Commendation Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, and Order of the Spur.
  • Received Two Army Commendation Medals, an Army Achievement Medal and Sharp Shooter Marksmanship Awards.
  • Awarded a Joint Forces Achievement medal for intelligence products produced.
  • Awarded Bronze Star Medal in Operation Desert Storm.
  • Earned Joint Service Achievement Medal.
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal (AAM) for Annual Training 2016 at Ft McCoy, WI.
  • Awarded a Army Achievement Medal.

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16. Subordinate Units

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Here's how Subordinate Units is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted Standardized Inspections on subordinate units-Anti-Terrorism, Crime Prevention, Security, Physical Security, and Intelligence Oversight.
  • Developed and implemented inspection program of subordinate units to ensure compliance with established guidelines.
  • Maintained data on location and mission capabilities subordinate units.
  • Reviewed and consolidated the Unit Status Report for battalion and subordinate units, and all AGR personnel and financial actions.
  • Controlled and accounted for all NATO and U.S. classified documents maintained by the battalion and subordinate units.
  • Served as the liaisons between personnel servicing activities, finance office, and subordinate units.
  • Advised commanders on soldiers and personnel readiness and strength levels of subordinate units.
  • Prepared tactical decision aids to support brigade combat team and subordinate units.

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17. Sigint

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Here's how Sigint is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Manipulated multiple SIGINT databases to create 600 time-sensitive intelligence reports in support of highly sensitive tactical mission.
  • Developed new SIGINT collection requirements resulting in doubled production.
  • Developed technical SIGINT CONOPS, Satellite Access and Tether Requests, and Special collection waivers for clandestine collection operation.
  • Fused intelligence information from multiple disciplines to include HUMINT, SIGINT, COMINT and IMINT.
  • Produced over 500 Geospatial Intelligence Support Packages queued by SIGINT and HUMINT reporting; directly sustained combat operations and future planning.
  • Provide Senior GMA and SIGINT technical expertise to SIGDEV analytical mission overseas.
  • Expierienced SIGINT/GEOINT and Open Source Analysis.
  • Provide Senior Geospatial Metadata Analysis (GMA) and SIGINT technical expertise to a SIGDEV analytical mission.

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18. Information Security

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Here's how Information Security is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Managed information security for headquarters consisting of over 80 personnel.
  • Provide support to Information Security, Operational Security, and Anti-terrorism/Force Protection.
  • Utilized TCP/IP, information security/authorization profiles, and security administration of Windows network/systems to improve training on Automated Information Systems.
  • Managed an executive level information security program, conducted multiple intelligence systems training and development of intelligence products.
  • Served as Information Security and Physical Security/Crime Prevention inspector during Inspector General (IG) command inspections.
  • Facilitate annual courses to ensure all personnel are aware of information security procedures of the organization.

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19. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Authored and staffed policy papers to address gaps in terrorism data sharing between DoJ and DoD.
  • Assisted other DOD and non-DOD organizations when tasked to provide direct support to their operations.
  • Performed mission assessments to determine placement of TSDB within DIA and DoD.
  • Assisted in oral surgery, periodontics and endodontic procedures.
  • Key Contributions Maintained accountability of over 250 Local Nationals and 350 DOD Contractors entering the base.
  • Specialized training in interagency contingency operations between the State Department, CIA and DOD.
  • Identified DOD and DHS strategic initiatives by researching business opportunities and writing proposals in response to large RFPs with geospatial components.
  • Represent the Center on interagency, DoD, IC and national Biometric and Identity Intelligence initiatives.

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20. S2

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Here's how S2 is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Established and maintained the S3 Operations and S2 Intelligence sections with 651 employees.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the Squadron military intelligence (S2) section.
  • Established 35F IS2IO training for Brigade, resulting in enhanced and increased analytical skills and intelligence support to S-2 mission.

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21. Intelligence Data

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Here's how Intelligence Data is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Reviewed information; identified, assessed and reported intelligence data.
  • Analyzed and distributed intelligence data pertaining to mission.
  • Provided guidance to subordinate Soldiers, performed and supervised the correlation and fusion of signals intelligence data and products.
  • Collected, analyzed and reported intelligence data in support of US mission Operation Just Cause, Panama.
  • Maintained all secret intelligence data within the battalion and processed the administrative data for required security clearances.
  • Organized and consolidated competitive intelligence data initiatives from external macro-economic factors down to internal pricing impacts.

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22. G2

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Here's how G2 is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Lauded by the G2 INSCOM inspector for the improvements and enhancements to the 1st IO SCIF and security posture.
  • Established a source tracking system to allow G2 personnel to establish reliability and veracity of source reporting.
  • Serve as the G2 planner in the Officer in Charge's (OIC) absence.
  • Developed and implemented the V Corps Situational Update SOP, improving the overall efficiency of the G2 Fusion Cell.
  • Provide monthly program updates and annual end of year fiscal year reviews to Army G2 and PEO IEW&S.
  • Provided multiple intelligence collection briefs and a terrorism threat group's brief to G2 operations staff.

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23. MOS

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Here's how MOS is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted numerous loss management boards ensuring only the most qualified Soldiers to serve within the New York Army National Guard.
  • Provided the most current theater current operations picture directly to the CG.
  • Captured the #1 and #3 most wanted terrorists in Iraq in 2007.
  • Earned respect with a proven ability to obtain high performance levels from employees while maintaining a pleasant working atmosphere.
  • Handled all of the most serious complaints as they relate to human resource personnel programs and personnel actions.
  • Read and analyze incoming memos, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution.

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24. Contingency Operations

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Here's how Contingency Operations is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Interpret regulations and provide technical expertise on all personnel actions and contingency operations.
  • Programmed various Access 97 databases for exercise support and contingency operations.

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25. Collection Management

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Here's how Collection Management is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised 6-12 soldiers and coordinated collection management, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence documents.
  • Maintained collection management & imagery requirements databases.
  • Worked in collection management and dissemination and with asset managers to ensure collection coverage of unit AO.

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26. Anti-Terrorism

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Here's how Anti-Terrorism is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Developed and managed Force Protection measures and Random Anti-Terrorism measures for the security of over 400 Soldiers.
  • Coordinated unit Anti-terrorism / Force Protection program.
  • Managed the Brigade's personnel security, physical security, Foreign Disclosure, Anti-Terrorism, and imagery analysis missions.
  • Assigned as advisor to the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer (ATFP).

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27. S-2

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Here's how S-2 is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained accountability of all equipment assigned to the Battalion S-2.
  • Attended annual EEO Training and implemented the S-2 EEO policy.

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28. Dcgs-A

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Here's how Dcgs-A is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Trained twelve soldiers on the use of the DCGS-A system to allow for increased productivity and understanding.
  • Supervised and implemented the fielding and training of personnel for first DCGS-A systems following ASAS-L utilization.
  • Configured, tested, and maintained DCGS-A systems for the 2400 MIG group annual training.
  • Exposed to the newly acquired DCGS-A automation and assembly of equipment.

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29. OEF

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Here's how OEF is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Developed and instructed training scenarios used to instruct and test mobilizing units in support of OEF, i.e.
  • Coordinated arrangements for 225 personnel and 11 flights for OEF deployment operations.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exemplary service during OEF 10-11.
  • Deployed in support of OEF and OIF to Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Deployed in (OEF) led numerous combat patrols and convoy operations.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in support of OEF

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30. ODA

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Here's how ODA is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Advised ODA Commander on conventional / unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in support of Special Forces missions.
  • Investigated and resolve complaints regarding food quality, service, or accommodations.
  • Awarded personal accommodations by 5 generals and 3 Colonels.
  • Provided senior mentorship and counseling to nine highly skilled NCOs on an ODA as a Team Sergeant.
  • Planned & implemented ODA-914's, first Military Freefall sustainment training program.

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31. Noncommissioned Officer

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Here's how Noncommissioned Officer is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Served as Commander of a Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha consisting of 10 senior Noncommissioned Officers and one Warrant Officer.
  • Noncommissioned officer in charge of the Hospital Dental Clinic, Soldier Readiness Center, and Jordan Dental Clinic.
  • Served as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge directly responsible for 12 personnel.
  • Named top Senior-Tier Noncommissioned Officer in United States Strategic Command for 2005
  • Noncommissioned officer in charge of the Intelligence section.

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32. Tactical Operations

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Here's how Tactical Operations is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Spearheaded and implemented Tactical Operations Center procedures used during field exercises.
  • Assisted in the functioning of the Tactical Operations Center.

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33. ISR

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Here's how ISR is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Produced collections plans and interfaced with various ISR assets for counter-narcotic and detainee operations.
  • Evaluated opportunities and advocated for research and development of ISR systems and requirements.
  • Coordinate emerging ISR technologies into limited objective experiments for evaluation.
  • Enforced theater intelligence reporting, performed qualification checks and fused Mission Reports (MISREP) produce all source intelligence products.
  • Led Intelligence, Reconnaissance, Surveillance division (ISRD) in weekly targeting and analysis training/support.
  • Fused tailored ISR information into Strategy, Plans, and Operations divisions.

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34. Direct Support

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Here's how Direct Support is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided timely intelligence both globally and in direct support for countless missions
  • Supervised a Tactical Human Intelligence Team which provided timely, accurate intelligence in direct support of the Brigade s Operational Environment.

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35. Afghan

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Here's how Afghan is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided intelligence analysis and support as part of a dedicated Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance team to the Afghanistan theater of operation.
  • Appointed as the Afghanistan/Pakistan targeting and signals intelligence development Division shop training Non-Commission Office in Charge.
  • Trained Afghanistan National Army Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant in advanced intelligence operations.
  • Lead analyst for weekly intelligence exchanges with Afghan Ministry level security officials.
  • Reputed for spearheading launch of 5 Forensic Investigations Laboratories and leading the first Forensic Exploitation Battalion deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Provided intelligence related products to the ground commander at various locations in Afghanistan to support infantry operations, and base security.
  • Facilitated sharing agreement and developed CONOP to share contextual information on persons of interest between coalition forces and the Afghan forces.
  • Selected as the Logistics and Maintenance Team Chief for a 12 soldier Logistics Training and Advisory Team deployed to Afghanistan.
  • Mentored and coached 50 team members while providing high level support for mission critical operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Selected by the Detachment Commander to manage an operational fund of $250,000 during a mission in Afghanistan.
  • Conducted numerous deployments outside the United States to Uruguay, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador and Afghanistan.
  • Provided mentoring, training, and development for The Regional Commands North and South Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated and executed the deployment phase of 60 soldiers to Afghanistan.
  • Selected above 20 other employees for solo deployment mission to Afghanistan.
  • Performed the duties listed in Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • Deployed 5 times: Afghanistan, Iraqi (2), Southeast Asia and Cuba.
  • Increased information sharing between coalition partners in Logar Province, Afghanistan
  • Deployed to Afghanistan as Special Forces Canine Handler neutralizing 48 improvised explosive devices and a 1K lbs.
  • Commanded combat logistics patrols between Bagram Airfield and Kabul, Afghanistan.
  • Directed a team to produce an unclassified read-book used by the Division Deputy Commanding Officers during pre-deployment site survey to Afghanistan.

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36. Personnel Management

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Here's how Personnel Management is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Coordinated quarterly personnel conferences to up-date personnel concerning personnel management issues directed by the Department of the Army.
  • Provided information, guidance and counsel on the formulation and implementation of personnel management policies.
  • Perform as the company representative regarding staffing, personnel management and task order fulfillment.
  • Performed various administrative duties such as: Supervisory, Personnel Management, Strength Management, Reassignments and Promotions.
  • Advised the Senior Advisor on mired of personnel management issues.

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37. Technical Guidance

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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Reconciled and certified receipts, maintained hand receipts, provided technical guidance to hand receipt holders within her direct supervision.
  • Provided technical guidance and supervision in the ordering, receiving, and accurate accountability of all food service subsistence.
  • Supervised, counseled, evaluated, and provided technical guidance and training to subordinates.
  • Provided oversight and technical guidance to a workforce of 53 junior mechanics.
  • Provided technical guidance and training to junior personnel.
  • Provide technical guidance and training to subordinates.

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38. Situational Awareness

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Here's how Situational Awareness is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Managed intelligence input for over 500 USARNORTH INTSUM assessments that were critical to mission requirements and command situational awareness.
  • Trained my unit on situational awareness towards standard activity, physiological motives, and religious influence I regards to terrorism.
  • Promoted aircrew situational awareness by updating imagery folders for theater targets and constructing mission folders with required operations data.
  • Managed six person collections shop, integrated national intelligence collection capabilities into fused analysis used for AOC situational awareness.
  • Maintained situational awareness of activity and threats of select military installations in order to support rapid response teams.
  • Supervised three-member intelligence shop providing mission planning support, target materials, AOR situational awareness.

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39. Opsec

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Here's how Opsec is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted security awareness and OPSEC training.
  • Recommend re-direction of existing programs to maintain and meet OPSEC objectives.
  • Trained over 400 soldiers on OPSEC, force protection and antiterrorism in preparation for battalion s deployment.

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40. IPB

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Here's how IPB is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained communication among senior managers and executives, increased relationshipbuilding.

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41. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Performed routine inspections on sensitive equipment and facilities to ensure compliance with established security procedures.
  • Reviewed all personnel actions to ensure compliance with regulations and policies, recommending approval or disapproval as appropriate.
  • Followed all DA policies and procedures, trained Soldiers to ensure compliance.
  • Analyze specific incidents of non-compliance and determine an optimal pedagogy designed to ensure compliance.
  • Managed operational security training to ensure compliance with associated regulations and procedures.

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42. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised several foreign staff members consisting of drivers, administrative specialists, logistics support personnel and linguists.
  • Assisted and trained staff members on web portal utilization which increased productivity and efficiency.
  • Collaborated with other supervisors and staff members in order to formulate and implement policies, procedures, goals, and objectives.
  • Support General Management, Managers, Supervisors as well as over a 1,000 warehouse and office staff members.
  • Led a comprehensive Iraqi and Afghanistan Deployment training for over 25 staff members.
  • Referred phone calls to appropriate staff members when supervisors attention was not needed.

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43. Coalition Forces

low Demand
Here's how Coalition Forces is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted more than two dozen debriefings/interviews of coalition forces, as well as interrogations of detainees.
  • Provided time-sensitive intelligence to adjacent coalition forces in the form of battle update assessment briefs.
  • Conducted site exploitations of areas used by AIF personnel for operations against coalition forces.

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44. Joint Personnel

low Demand
Here's how Joint Personnel is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepared, published and maintained weekly duty schedule, Joint Personnel Status Report, and shift alert duty rosters.
  • Managed Battalion Joint Personnel Status Report, theater wide, daily to higher headquarters with 100% accuracy.
  • Researched and inputted assigned personnel information into the joint personnel adjudication system (JPAS).
  • Served as the Joint Personnel Adjudication System manager.
  • Coordinated with SOUTHCOM Joint Personnel Recovery Center on CSAR regulations in the SOUTHCOM AOR.

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45. Food Preparation

low Demand
Here's how Food Preparation is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Trained Soldiers on food preparation for 1200 Soldiers.
  • Supervised 12 enlisted soldiers and assisted in food preparations and serving in a consolidated dining facility.
  • Monitored compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving, and building maintenance in lodging and dining facilities.
  • Inspected kitchens to observe food preparation quality and service, food appearance and cleanliness of production and service areas.

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46. DIA

low Demand
Here's how DIA is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided diagnosis of malfunctions and performed maintenance procedures on Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems and platforms.
  • Familiarized soldiers with the processes associated with document and media capture, exploitation and detainee operations.
  • Performed quality assurance for intermediate analysis of intercepted communications and non-communications signals.
  • Performed electronic diagnostics using spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, and voltmeters.
  • Provided remedial training for students with academic difficulties.
  • Achieved 95% readiness of Test Measurement Diagnostic Equipment in order to keep the unit in compliance with garrison policies.
  • Created and managed the Dallas Sheriff's Media Credentialing Program, recognized nationwide.
  • Facilitated and mediated group processes and development for 2010 NAACP Conference.
  • Served as Communication Security Custodian (COMSEC) and Training Coordinator.
  • Acted as guardian of approximately 75 medical files.
  • Document control Custodian and Accountable Mail Custodian.
  • Perform quality control and oversight on release of serialized multi-media reports that provide customers time-sensitive intelligence on target communications.
  • Maintain oversight for personnel and equipment for front line aid station unit using mobile digital diagnostic radiographic equipment.
  • Trained Canine Tactical Team handlers on weapons and convoy proceduresenabling immediate deployment to Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom.
  • Managed 39 requests for information by leveraging strategic assets and providing immediate intelligence in response to warfighter requirements.
  • Served as the COMSEC custodian and full time assistant to the G-3.

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47. HR

low Demand
Here's how HR is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Planned, coordinated and executed evasion and escape contingencies, threat vulnerability assessments, force protection procedures and special reconnaissance missions.
  • Coordinated with National-Level Intelligence Agencies to provide All-Source intelligence products as required such as Daily Threat assessments and Graphic Intelligence Summaries.
  • Developed a Threat Matrix filing system to accurately track the detainee population, suspicious medical activity, investigations, and interrogations.
  • Dispelled rumors and misunderstanding of capabilities and missions through professional briefings, meetings, memorandums, publications and written communication.
  • Conducted 35 convoy briefings to a 15 man Physical Security Detachment ensuring awareness of significant events and threat analysis.
  • Reviewed and released record message traffic and intelligence products in support of joint operations throughout the area of responsibility.
  • Spearhead logistical planning which involved transition and realignment of procurement activities throughout the command for forward operations.
  • Develop soldiers professionally through instruction of Army-based leadership guidelines and mission needs to enhance soldier readiness.
  • Developed base camp security plans, threat assessments and participated in the demobilization of Panamanian forces.
  • Provided fire support to maneuver elements through the tactical and operational employment of field artillery systems.
  • Provided automation functionality to the forward support company during military operation located at three different sites.
  • Conducted low level source operations obtaining detailed information of the threat environment for future operations.
  • Reconstructed target communication profiles through in-depth analysis of message address information and routing indicators.
  • Managed a fast-paced company split into three separate geographical locations supporting overseas operations.
  • Trained and mentored incoming United States Army Soldiers throughout entirety of military career.
  • Maintained an excellent work environment through positive motivation and team building exercises.
  • Planned and executed numerous combat operations throughout the area of responsibility.
  • Implemented and executed three security programs governing over 700 personnel.
  • Describe environmental effects on threat and friendly operations.
  • Identified and disseminated real-time threat warning information.

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48. Administrative Actions

low Demand
Here's how Administrative Actions is used in Intelligence Senior Sergeant jobs:
  • Company First Sergeant, Maintained quality assurance for evaluations, procedures and all administrative actions.
  • Supervised all platoon operations, to include administrative actions and logistical support.
  • Streamlined the processing of administrative actions by more than 50%.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Intelligence Senior Sergeant

Military Personnel22.1%
Intelligence Community17.5%
Commander13%
Combat9%
NCO6.8%
Security Personnel3.9%
Security Clearance3.8%
US Army2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Intelligence Senior Sergeant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
17.8%
17.8%
2
2
Intelligence Community
Intelligence Community
14.2%
14.2%
3
3
Commander
Commander
10.5%
10.5%
4
4
Combat
Combat
7.2%
7.2%
5
5
NCO
NCO
5.5%
5.5%
6
6
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
3.2%
3.2%
7
7
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
3%
3%
8
8
US Army
US Army
2.1%
2.1%
9
9
Training Programs
Training Programs
2%
2%
10
10
Personnel Files
Personnel Files
1.8%
1.8%
11
11
Logistics
Logistics
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Humint
Humint
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Medal
Medal
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Subordinate Units
Subordinate Units
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Sigint
Sigint
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Information Security
Information Security
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
DOD
DOD
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
S2
S2
1%
1%
21
21
Intelligence Data
Intelligence Data
1%
1%
22
22
G2
G2
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
MOS
MOS
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Contingency Operations
Contingency Operations
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Collection Management
Collection Management
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Anti-Terrorism
Anti-Terrorism
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
S-2
S-2
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Dcgs-A
Dcgs-A
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
OEF
OEF
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
ODA
ODA
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Noncommissioned Officer
Noncommissioned Officer
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Tactical Operations
Tactical Operations
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
ISR
ISR
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Direct Support
Direct Support
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Afghan
Afghan
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Personnel Management
Personnel Management
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Opsec
Opsec
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
IPB
IPB
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Coalition Forces
Coalition Forces
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Joint Personnel
Joint Personnel
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
DIA
DIA
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
HR
HR
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Administrative Actions
Administrative Actions
0.5%
0.5%

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