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    This assignment is a 1-year non-reimbursable assignment and may be extended in 120-day increments as needed.

    TOP SECRET/SCI Security Clearance required.

    Local Commuting Area Only.

    This position serves in the Criminal Analysis and Production Division (CAPD) within Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Office of Intelligence.

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    Research, study and analyze criminal networks, illicit markets, and activities most hazarding to the National Security of the Homeland.

    Develop all-source criminal network analysis or practical models of criminal networks to identify network vulnerabilities and weaknesses.

    Identify patterns and characteristic behaviors of criminal profiles, functions, hierarchy, modus operandi, geographic distribution, command and control, and frequency and resilience of ties.

    Evaluate the validity, accuracy, reliability, credibility and urgency of all information.

    Provide accurate, thorough, timely, and usable intelligence analysis while demonstrating use of sound analytical tradecraft, proper data sets, and methodologies.

    Develop usable leads and fuse information about criminal networks, associates, key attributes, transportation nodes, and illicit pathways from a variety of sources.

    Advance inter- and intra-agency coordination and collaboration to collect and/or share information of intelligence value to fill information gaps.

    Assess and summarize case information to provide output and feedback to internal and external stakeholder as directed in support of operational planning and priorities.
    Conduct briefings on case support and produce products, threat assessments, intelligence reports, and weekly case updates.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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