The Intelligence Analyst on the contract will be responsible for analysis of threats to the embassy and security operations; information gathering; and, peer to peer, external source and client liaison for Iraq, specifically Baghdad or great Iraq. This role works in conjunction with the client Intelligence Liaison Officer at the project and Country Team, and reports to the SPM.
Provide threat analysis support to the mobile and static security of the client’s mission.
Develop efficient methods of open-source information collection.
Support the client’s open-source collection efforts.
Develop and maintain overt relationships with appropriate stakeholders and organisations to ensure good standing and open exchange of information.
Liaise with URG Iraq and regionally based assets.
Maintain a threat database with a focus on post task debriefs and subsequent analysis.
Develop and maintain information packs on key sites, venues, routes and locations.
Analyse information in support of ongoing client operations.
Advise on security, force protection and threat issues across Iraq.
Present high-quality verbal briefings and written product to the client and URG assets as required.
Coordinate personnel security clearances; liaise with DFAT and vetting agency and maintain database.
Essential Qualifications & Experience
Ex-military or ex-police with an excellent record of conduct.
Relevant experience in a hostile environment for a minimum of one year.
No criminal record; honourable discharge.
Experience working as an intelligence analyst or in a similar role for a minimum of one year.
Formal military or police intelligence training.
Experience in a liaison or representative role is essential.
Sound understanding of the political and security situation in Iraq.
Demonstrated interpersonal communications skills.
Highly developed IT skills for database management, and preparation of reports and presentations.
Desirable Qualifications & Experience
Previous experience in Iraq in a similar role.
Ability to communicate in Arabic.
A current network of contacts in Iraq.
Holds a current drivers licence and International Driving Permit.
Security Clearance Requirement
Must hold an Australian Government Negative Vetted Level 1 clearance (equivalent to ADF SECRET clearance)
How To Apply:
Send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org