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Counterintelligence Analyst (Junior, Mid-level, Senior)

Washington Metropolitan Area, USA

Job Type

Full Time



About the Role

• Assess the foreign intelligence element (FIE) and/or international terrorist threats directed against government personnel, resources, S&T, facilities and programs.
• Produce tactical and/or strategic CI products to support the CI program and to inform government decision makers and for external dissemination throughout the USIC.
• Develop liaison contacts within the USIC to develop analysis that supports the objectives and goals of the CI program.
• Work with division leadership to contribute to the integration of field and headquarters analysis.
• Make oral presentations, which convey ideas, facts, conclusions, estimates, and projections to a variety of department and USIC personnel.
• Prepare a variety of written communications and documents, including but not limited to reports, assessments, and risk reviews at the direction of CI management.
• Engage with USIC partners and field elements regarding CI investigations to ensure investigative gaps are identified and to provide analytical context to collected information.


  • Senior (12 years+), Mid-level (5 years), Junior (1 year).

  • Individual must have experience in counterintelligence (CI) analysis in the USIC. Knowledge of analytic tradecraft, analyticstandards and integrity, and analytic methodologies and tools is required. A thorough understanding of foreign adversary intelligence methodologies and collection interests is also required. Special expertise, such as area or country specialization, foreign language fluency, or science and technology knowledge is desired. Individual must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and have a history of proven performance delivering high-quality analytic products under sometimes intense pressure to meet tight deadlines.

  • The individual must demonstrate direct and current knowledge of the mission, structure, and key intelligence programs of the USIC; international political, economic, and military matters as they impact U.S. national security policy and issues; all aspects of the intelligence cycle; and core analytical competencies to include critical thinking skills and strong collaboration skills.

  • Education - Position requires individual to have earned a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college relevant to geopolitics, national security studies, or a business degree with an emphasis on finance. A Master’s Degree or higher is preferred. Written and spoken proficiency in a foreign language (such as Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Farsi, or Hindi) is beneficial. Relevant analytic training and certifications, such as the IC Advanced Analyst Program (ICAAP), are substitutable for advanced degrees.

November 26, 2023 at 8:09:06 PM

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