The Field Intelligence Operations Division (FIOD) seeks applicants with experience conducting research and development while utilizing intelligence community reporting to conduct multi-disciplined intelligence and technical analysis to produce both unclassified and classified analytical products that drive research and development to mitigate threats to US national security. The research development and analysis will cut across a wide spectrum of national security challenges ranging from critical infrastructure threats to bio-security challenges. The applicant will report to the FIOD Director and also be responsible for developing and presenting briefing materials to peers, management, and sponsors.
Major Job Duties and Responsibilities
The applicant will be responsible for providing technical expertise with the following major duties and responsibilities:
Perform multi-disciplined unclassified and classified analysis to develop finished intelligence products related to Oak Ridge National Laboratory Research and Development that support national intelligence requirements
Serve as a catalyst to identify opportunities for collaborative research and development efforts between Oak Ridge National Laboratory open research programs and national security programs
Generate analytical assessments regarding threats, vulnerabilities and mitigations in response to national intelligence requirements that can be shared with peers, management, and sponsors
Responsible for producing peer-reviewed papers and briefings of both unclassified and classified research and development, analytical assessments and intelligence products
Develop plans and organization structure for the Field Intelligence Element to expand this effort into a new Group with a Group Leader
Interact and collaborate with agencies and members of the national security community
Abide by all environmental, safety, health and quality requirements and implement practices per ORNL's Standards-based Management System (SBMS).
Maintain a strong commitment to the implementation of the Directorate's values and ethics
B.S. in Engineering or other relevant technical discipline with 15+ years of experience, or M.S. in Engineering or other relevant technical discipline with 12+ years of experience, or a PhD in Engineering or other relevant technical discipline with 8+ years of experience
Demonstrated ability and willingness to acquire new knowledge and learn new skills is essential
Strong written and oral communication skills are essential
Ability to work independently and collaborate with team members
Ability to interact with sponsors and officials from other government agencies
Occasional domestic travel
This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a Sensitive Compartment Information (SCI) clearance from the Department of Energy. As such, this position is a Workplace Substance Abuse (WSAP) testing designated position. WSAP positions require passing a pre-placement drug test and participation in an ongoing random drug testing program. In addition, due the SCI, you may be also be subject to random polygraph testing.
Experience conducting intelligence analysis, products and briefings in the US Intelligence Community is highly desirable
Experience working with national laboratories or other government research agencies/programs is highly desirable
This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or hired.
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