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Intelligence Research Specialist - JCIDS RDD with Security Clearance


JANUS Research Group, LLC


Sierra Vista, United States

United States





Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

Position Overview: Provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support for intelligence operational, functional and Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) capabilities development to Requirements Determination Directorate (RDD) at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Support includes: determine required capabilities; specify risks; provide cost-benefit; perform Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership & Education, Personnel, and Facilities (DOTMLPF) analysis, identify gaps and develop solutions, and integrate capabilities across all warfighting functions; conduct studies and analysis; develop and integrate operational architectures; provide science and technology analysis; optimize force designs; and provide capability analysis and management. The goal is a combat ready intelligence force for the Army and joint forces within established resources. Detailed Functions: Manages the development and revision of intelligence warfighting function (IWfF) capabilities through the Army Futures Command’s (AFC) processes. Analyze approved or mature Army concepts and requirements documents that help identify the intelligence capabilities the Army requires and support all Army warfighting function (WfF) capabilities development analysis work that has intelligence requirements. Support the Government with developing and processing requirements documentation, such as Initial Capabilities Documents (ICD) and the DOTMLPF Change Requirements (DCR), and support the formation-based assessment process in accordance with TRADOC regulation 71-20. Support war-gaming scenarios and vignettes; identify current/programmed capabilities to perform tasks; identify capability gaps; record issues and potential gaps; assist the Government in prioritizing gaps; identify preliminary DOTMLPF solutions; and assist the Government in conducting operational risk assessment and cost-benefit analysis (C-BAs). Coordinate, integrate, and synchronize input from multiple sources within the organization to ensure that products are current, factually accurate, and professionally written. RequirementsCandidates must have or meet the following requirements:• A current DoD Top Secret security clearance • A minimum of 4 years of intelligence research analysis and production experience• Strong research and writing skills Desired Qualifications• A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant area of study• Prior U.S. active duty military experience• Experience developing comprehensive requirements documents for RDD, JCIDS and TRADOC functions

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