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Senior All Source Intelligence Analyst

METIS is a Small Business founded by some of the senior-most leaders in strategic solutions and planning in the defense, homeland defense, intelligence and commercial arenas. METIS provides strategy and policy support, intelligence and operations support, program management, and international business development services to U.S. government and commercial clients around the globe. Our Senior Leaders, Subject Matter Experts, and Operational Specialists have direct, on-the-ground expertise in planning and executing the most critical missions our country and business sectors have faced – with current operations ongoing in the Middle East, South Asia, Afghanistan, Latin America, Europe, or Africa.

Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Top Secret/SCI clearance is required.


The candidate shall provide program and policy support including, but not limited to:

  • Provide support for conferences and other activities as specified by CENTCOM/other GCCS.  Conferences may be held at an official USG site or other locale to be determined by CENTCOM/other GCCS
  • Provide support for the planning, set-up, execution, removal and any follow-on activities related to any conference activities
  • Recommend and assist in drafting guidance and provide expertise on matters related to implementing DOD CN/CTF policy and DOD efforts to support overarching USG programs to counter the illicit drug trade and adversary finances
  • Assist in the development of strategic documents, DOD directives and instructions, and related issuances that affect U.S. military activities to counter challenges to U.S. national security in global threats related areas, particularly by narco-terrorists, drug trafficking networks, transnational organized crime and illicit finance networks, in support of the interagency process and/or interagency partners
  • Work closely with GCCS, the intelligence community, federal department and agency counterparts, including the law enforcement community, to research issues, identify stakeholder impacts and support coordination
  • Analyze highly complex policy, strategy, concept, and program issues and implications of broad changes to the threat finance environment and provide recommendations to leadership or designated representative
  • Assist in the drafting of policy concerning threat finance and support to law enforcement for DOD leadership or designated representative review
  • Recommend training and support training efforts for building partner capacity of host nations within the respective AOR/AOI
  • Receive and analyze information disseminated by components or elements of the intelligence community, including Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).
  • Assist in the development of CTF intelligence analysis-derived action plans, papers, studies, reports, target packages, and strategies described below, as required:
    • Action plans.  Narrative or briefing products which (1) describe strategic and/or tactical objectives against an adversary's financial network; (2) list interagency operations, activities, and actions to be pursued to support an objective; (3) list interagency intelligence activities to be pursued to illuminate an adversary's financial vulnerabilities; and (4) list interagency operations actions and activities (OAAS), which can synchronized with military operations to increase impact against an adversary network.
    • Papers.  Narrative products which highlight (1) an adversary's financial network (financial assets, methods of storage, processes for financial transfer); (2) the vulnerabilities in an adversary's financial network and interagency capabilities which can exploit those vulnerabilities; and (3) the "gaps" in an adversary's financial network and the intelligence capabilities which can pursued to decrease those "gaps".
    • Studies.  Narrative and briefing products which (1) describe an adversary's financial network, addressing the adversary’s network throughout its history or lifecycle, capabilities of USG to affect the network, second- and third-order effects of affecting the network, and methods of synchronizing USG (military and other) capabilities; and/or (2) describe positive and negative aspects of USG authorities which can be leveraged against adversary financial networks; includes recommendations on authorities and how to leverage them efficiently
    • Reports.  Narrative and/or briefing products which provide updates to OAAS; describe lessons learned from OAAS; and summarize ongoing OAAS or intelligence activities.
    • Target packages.  Combination of narrative and/or briefing products, which describe a specific target, the significance of the target to the network in which they operate, target's centers of gravity, vulnerabilities, effect on the network if the target's activities are disrupted and summarizes community reporting on the target.
    • Strategies.  Combination narrative and briefing products which detail specific, tailored strategies that involve a whole-of-government/interagency approach to defeat enemy/threat financial networks, which contribute to strategic plans.
  • Utilize experience in intelligence analysis, law enforcement, and CN efforts to accomplish analytic processes in order to support the effective coordination of CN efforts;
  • Sustain the constant professional communications between RNIFC, CENTCOM and Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT)


  • Active TS/SCI Security Clearance required
  • A Bachelor's degree from a 4-yr college or university accredited by a body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and at least (8) years of specialized experience in the required area of expertise
  • Experience performing TFI support activities, which may include Signals
  • Intelligence (SIGNT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Financial Intelligence (FININT), and/or Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) functional areas. Utilize experience in intelligence analysis, law enforcement, and CD efforts to accomplish analytic processes in order to support the effective coordination of law enforcement and CD efforts.
  • Individuals shall be able to show an expert level of skill in working with U.S Government Departments and Agencies (other than DoD) in areas such as policy formulation, acquisition, finance, drug law enforcement, security, policy formulation, and at disrupting and degrading the national security threats posed by drug trafficking, piracy, transnational organized crime, and threat finance networks reasonably related to illicit drug trafficking activities. In all cases, the specialized knowledge and experience shall directly support the technical requirements of this contract.
  • Be competent in utilizing Specialized Intelligence Analysis tools (i.e., Orbis, Proton, IC Reach, Firetruck, KaChing, DataXplorer, Voltron Suite, and QLIX);
  • Be competent in utilizing Intelligence Report Aggregators/Automated Message Handling
  • System search tools (i.e., M3, TAC, RMT, and Horizon);
  • Be competent  in  utilizing  Intelligence Data Visualization  Tools  (i.e., Google Earth, Palantir, and Target Cop);
  • Be proficient in utilizing the Microsoft Office suite applications;
  • Be proficient in utilizing existing and new analytical tools to effectively exploit raw financial data;
  • Be knowledgeable of other interagency threat finance cells to include the Counter ISIL Finance Cell and Afghanistan Threat Finance Cell;
  • Be skilled at implementing and utilizing best practices, analytic tools and determining relevancy of information disseminated against the standards set forth by the USG;
  • Have experience with reviewing, prioritizing, and managing submitted requests; and
  • Understand interagency restrictions and sensitivities on sharing certain types of data, as well as the steps necessary amongst the interagency to share said data
  • Have  geo-political  knowledge  of  Southwest  Asia  to  include  cultural  and  historical knowledge with an emphasis on Afghanistan and Pakistan;
  • Have  completed  formal  Military  Intelligence  training  or  possess  related  formalized
  • Government Intelligence experience

METIS Solutions, LLC. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation or gender identity.

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