Alutiiq Intel Analyst - Joint Incident Awareness and Assessment Team in Arlington, Virginia
Intel Analyst - Joint Incident Awareness and Assessment Team
SummaryThe Intelligence Analyst – Joint Incident Awareness and Assessment Team is to support the Chief National Guard Bureau (CNGB) in his capacity as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Monitor all global natural and manmade hazards and disasters in order to provide a threat warning in the form of an executive summary on the potential impact on National Guard equities, properties, personnel and equipment;
Deploy with the National Guard Joint Enabling Team to the JFHQ – State in situations where the NG-J2 coordinates with the state during situations of natural disasters, and the NG-J2 and the state determines that the NG-J2 is required to support the National Guard Joint Enabling Team, and assist the requesting JFHQ – State in developing their IAA collection plan and provide a current status of the Federal IAA capabilities, techniques and processes to the JFHQ – State and the NGB interagency partners.
Travel to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida and any of the 54 States, Territories and District and conduct Joint Incident Awareness and Assessment (IAA) Team (JIT) training sessions. (Training session are generally five (5) days long and eight (8) hours per day.);
Review the assessments provided by the students at the end of each training session and provide updates to the courseware to meet the recommendations of the students.
Update and modify existing NG-J2 JIT course and courseware to reflect changes in law, regulation, operating tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), technology, policy and National Guard operations;
Observe and acquire situational knowledge from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Geospatial Information Coordination Call and other interagency partners during exercises and cases of real-time hazardous and disaster events, and provide to the NG-J2 a report of Federal IAA capabilities specific to the event which will support coordination calls with the JFHQ-State’s J2;
Facilitate coordination calls with the JFHQ-State’s J2 during exercise and cases of real-time hazardous and disaster events;
Update and supplement the National Guard Joint Force Headquarters – State J2 Incident Awareness and Assessment Handbook annually; this update will include current, accurate, and complete IAA information.
Maintain and update a JIT Program Continuity Book upon any procedural changes to NG-J2 JIT operations, report any changes within 48 hours to the NG-J2, and update the Continuity Book Summary of Changes Log Sheet;
Facilitate and manage the establishment and closure of NG Joint Staff Geospatial Information Interoperability Exploitation Portal (GIIEP) accounts;
Serve as SME and address JIT equities during state and national level exercise, scenario development meetings and other working groups.;
Serve as SME and share existing JIT equities and best practices in DoD and interagency doctrinal, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) and other working groups;
Respond to requests for information concerning JIT and IAA from NGB and the 54 States, Territories and District.
Non-Essential DutiesOther duties as assigned to meet the needs of the customer / contract.
Ability to travel at short notice to throughout CONUS and OCONUS states and territories
Collection management and Incident Awareness and Assessment skills.
Ability to research, assimilate and organize information and write clear, succinct, grammatically correct documents which meet the standards of Army Regulation (AR) 25-50 and/or AFH 33-337
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point.
Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in a logical, coherent manner as well as interpret and apply administrative guidelines and regulations., to interact with others and to explain complex actions in regard to a military member’s entitlements, allowances, or collections;
Working knowledge of commonly used military terminology to be used within office settings to prepare material correctly. Contractor shall make appropriate use of grammar, spelling, capitalization and punctuation in all office correspondences and work products;
Working knowledge of standard office equipment such as computers and associated software, electric typewriters, copiers, fax machines, scanners and other office automation systems to perform a substantial range of office automation support.
Computer literacy, to include demonstrated expertise in using Microsoft Office and various data bases.
Minimum of five years’ of related experience conducting collection management and IAA.
Experience to include working with government personnel at a senior level.
Intelligence analysis experience.
Arlington, Virginia, United States
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