Counter Threat Finance (CTF) Planner - Cyber

Company: METIS Solutions
Location: Miami, Florida, United States
Type: Full-time
Posted: 18.NOV.2020

Summary

METIS is a venture capital-backed government services provider of strategic solutions to the defense, homeland security, and the Intelligenc...

Description

METIS is a venture capital-backed government services provider of strategic solutions to the defense, homeland security, and the Intelligence Community. METIS provides intelligence analysis and security, training and education, and intelligence support 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 every region in the US, to include heavy support to the Washington, DC metro area and Tampa, FL area along with the Middle East, South Asia, Afghanistan, Latin America, Europe, or Africa. We offer experience in addressing today's hardest problems.Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. TS/SCI clearance is required.Responsibilities:Support CTF intelligence analysis and support coordination of SOUTHCOM Operations Directorate CTF activities throughout the SOUTHCOM AOR.Assist DoD with coordinating and managing technical analysis and operational business processes, such as strategic and operational planning, training, operations, and customer support; and establishing repeatable processes to support DoD stakeholders, and supporting the strategic planning necessary to draft, review, revise, and deliver the following documents:Action Plans. Narrative and/or briefing products that may include the following:(1) descriptions of strategic, operational, and/or tactical objectives against an adversary's financial network;(2) lists of interagency operations, activities, and actions (OAAs) to be pursued to support an objective;(3) lists of interagency intelligence analysis activities that may help illuminate an adversary's financial vulnerabilities; and(4) lists of interagency OAAs that can synchronize with military operations to increase impact against an adversary network.Papers. Narrative products that highlight:(1) an adversary's financial network (e.g., financial assets, methods of storage, processes for financial transfer); and(2) the vulnerabilities in an adversary's financial network, and interagency capabilities that can exploit those vulnerabilities.Reports. Narrative and/or briefing products that provide updates to OAAs; describe lessons learned from OAAs; and summarize ongoing OAAs or intelligence analysis support.Target Packages. Combinations of narrative and/or briefing products that may describe a specific target, the significance of the target to the network in which they operate, the target's centers of gravity and vulnerabilities, the effect on the network if the target's activities are disrupted, and community reporting on the target. (The term "Target Packages" is used in the Law Enforcement sense, such as the target of an investigation.)Assist DoD in supporting the USG with providing key milestone and activity information for strategic planning efforts and tasks, and in providing updates to DoD leadership.Support DoD activities to review and integrate private sector best practices into DoD and USG operations, and to share information among DoD, USG, and private sector partners, as appropriate.Assist DoD with conducting baseline assessments of CTF/Threat Finance Intelligence (TFI) cells and analysis on how to support the cells' mission goals and program objectives; providing ongoing mission planning and requirements integration; creating the strategic framework and plan for the cell; synchronizing meetings, as required, including the documentation and dissemination of taskings; and coordinating lines of effort.Requirements:Active TS/SCI Security Clearance requiredHigh School Graduate or G.E.D. with ten (10) years of specialized experience OR Bachelor's/Master's degree and 5 years of specialized experienceFinance-specific planning experience working with Interagency Partners. Experience using the DoD Joint Planning Process, to include supportinginteragency operations, to support national efforts to counter threat networks. Planners shall possess experience working with financial and economicelements of national power, to include the unique authorities provided by eachThreat Finance Community participant.Be skilled in planning Operations in, and for, U.S. national-level intelligence agencies Understand U.S. national efforts to counter threat networks through the leveraging of financial and economic elements of national power, to include the unique authorities provided by each TFC participantUnderstand USG global efforts relating to counter threat finance effortsUnderstand the DoD Joint Planning Process, to include supporting interagency operationsBe skilled in working in a fast-paced team environment requiring the ability to prioritize and multi-task effectively, preferably experience working within the interagency culture all levels of management and staffRecognize and understand Federal agency performance measurement and reporting requirements, preferably specific experience with value determination methodologies within interagency counter threat finance effortsUnderstand the interagency intelligence cycle to include intelligence consumption and production at all levels by all participantsUnderstand relevant DoD intelligence and intelligence oversight policies, procedures, and requirementsIndividuals 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. Shall have experience with cyber capabilities and cyber operations is required as an additional skill set:Working knowledge of cyber environment as it relates to financial landscape;Working knowledge of cyber vulnerabilities and anti-money laundering techniques; Working knowledge of cryptocurrency monitoring and regulations.Other Relevant Info:Personnel filling these positions may be required to relocate dependent upon mission requirements and DoD Contract Personnel Office (DOCPER) and Partner Nation approval.The focus for these efforts includes analysis that enables law enforcement agencies to detect, disrupt, and dismantle threat network financial infrastructure that impacts the Homeland, the AOR, and other GCCs. Work with multiple USG law enforcement agencies and U.S. military organizations.**Travel (CONUS and OCONUS) is a requirement of the contract and the frequency is determined by the government customer**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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