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Counterintelligence Analyst

Location: DOE Headquarters, Washington D.C. Metro Area

Clearance: Active DOE Q & SCI Access

Security Requirements: Personnel are required to possess an active Department of Energy Q security clearance and Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access authorization in order to perform work under the contract.

Experience: Individual must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in intelligence analysis, which may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military. Individual must have demonstrated evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills and proven performance delivering high-quality products under sometimes seemingly enormous pressure to meet tight deadlines. Extensive knowledge of CI tradecraft, analytic standards and integrity, methodology and tools is required. Knowledge of adversary methodologies and collection interests is also required. Special expertise, such as area or country specialization, foreign language fluency, emerging science and technology research is desired.

The individual must demonstrate direct and current knowledge of the mission, structure, and key intelligence programs of the USIC, to include tactical analysis in support of predicating CI investigations, international political, economic, and military matters as they impact U.S. national security policy and issues, all aspects of the intelligence cycle, and must demonstrate core analytical competencies to include critical thinking skills, strong collaboration skills, and a customer focus to espouse counterintelligence issues with an analysis dimension.


Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college relevant to geopolitical or national security studies is preferred. Foreign language proficiency, written and spoken (such as Russian, Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, or related languages), is desirable.


Duties: Serves as Counterintelligence Analyst, specific duties and functions include, but are not limited to:

  • Assess the foreign intelligence, international terrorist, and technological collection threats directed against DOE personnel, resources, S&T, facilities and programs.
  • Produce CI products for circulation within DOE, and for external dissemination throughout the USIC.
  • Develops liaison contacts within the USIC to further research and analytical objectives and goals of the Program.
  • Works with the Program Director to contribute to the integration of field and headquarters analysis.
  • Makes oral presentations, which convey ideas, facts, conclusions, estimates, and projections to a variety of DOE and USIC personnel.
  • Prepares a variety of written communications and documents, including but not limited to reports, national security studies, and policy recommendations at the direction of the CI management.
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