Professional Solutions, LLC

Counter-Intelligence Analyst

1 year ago
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The relevant experience for Counter-Intelligence analysts shall include, but not be limited to, understanding the Intelligence Community composition, including the roles and responsibilities of the IC components; methodologies inherent in Insider Threats; elicitation methods and procedures; counter-elicitation methods and procedures; CI indicators of motivation; methods of information collection and information transmittal; the basics and methodologies employed in Competitive Intelligence and Economic Espionage practices; foreign intelligence/CI threat data and the agencies acquiring it (including general, site specific, and technical); implications to DARPA program efforts from various threats; understanding, prioritizing, and counteracting threats


The candidate must have the ability to operate effectively under pressure adhering to the ProSol Core Values of Agility: rapid adaptation to the changing requirements and environment of our clients; Excellence: Service quality that exceeds the expectations of our clients; Integrity: Accountability and honesty−always doing the right thing; and Long Term Commitment: Unquestioned loyalty and dedication to our clients, partners and employees.


All counterintelligence analysts shall:

  • Determine essential elements of information and conduct activities to detect, identify, assess, exploit, and proactively counter or neutralize hostile intelligence collection, sabotage, and terrorist activities.
  • Plan special analytical projects in response to client assignments which include analytical approach, schedule, personnel requirements, data collection, travel, assessment criteria, and costs.
  • Research and collect required data, perform analyses, and summarize findings in response to client requests.
  • Compile detailed reports of analyses clearly defining the problem or issue, factors considered, findings, and provide clear, concise conclusions and recommendations.
  • Provide input and assist PSRs, PMs, and PSOs in developing Program Protection Plans.
  • Assist technical office management, PMs, and security personnel in performing SAP lifecycle threat analyses.
  • Apply analytical methodologies to existing programs to review, and readdress if necessary, their protection needs to remain consistent with changes in diplomatic, political, and military environments.
  • Assess and postulate international diplomatic, political, and military responses to proposed program actions and activities.
  • Perform short-notice contingency and exposure analyses, summarizing implications, and providing viable responses and recommended courses of action.
  • Work with individual program management personnel to assist in analyzing and developing solutions to unique or difficult CI-related issues.
  • Review organizational mission statements and associated publicly available technology program information for inconsistencies which may reveal sensitive information.
  • Review, analyze, and, where appropriate, make recommendations to program protection policies and practices.
  • Provide threat data and analyses to support assessments and surveys technology and OPSEC programs.
  • Assist in the identification of critical program information (CPI) and assist in the development of program protection and OPSEC plans.
  • Participate, as appropriate, in program management and planning meetings and working sessions.
  • Receive and act on information of CI value from DARPA polygraph examinations, technical security inspections, foreign travel/contact reports, international cooperation or security reports, visitor control records, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP), or other sources of potential Foreign Intelligence Service (FIS) or CI related activity.
  • Prepare and deliver comprehensive briefings to increase CI awareness of Agency personnel and to inform DARPA leadership.
  • Manage all DARPA organic counterintelligence programs IAW DoD guidance.
  • Coordinate with the DARPA Executive Agent for CI on CI program activities and provide actionable information and leads for further action as appropriate.
  • Establish lines of communication and professional relationships with other Federal and DoD agencies to support and enhance DARPA’s organic CI program.


  • DoD Counter Intelligence guidance and knowledge
  • Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection methods
  • Data analization 
  • Effective commuinications with other federal agencies

Education & Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 4 years relevant experience or no degree and 6 years related experience.

Security Clearance

Top Secret, Top Secret/SCI

Additional Clearance Information

  • All candidates must have an active Top Secret clearance based on an SSBI; NO interim clearances.

  • SCI is required for all positons, candidiates must be able to pass a polygraph and will be issued SCI after contract award. Normally takes 2 to 6 weeks to obtain SCI

Physical Demands

  • Work is primarily performed in an office environment. Typically employees sit comfortably to do their work, interspersed by brief periods of standing, walking, bending, carrying papers and books, and extensive periods requiring the use of computer terminals to accomplish work objectives.


  • Monday - Friday
  • Some shift work may be required

Standard Work Hours

  • Core hours of support for the client

Travel Expectations

  • N/A

Travel Schedule

  • N/A


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