Leidos is seeking a Counterintelligence Investigator to join our Corporate Security team in Reston, VA. The job of the Counterintelligence Investigator is a hybrid position with a range of responsibilities associated with CI investigations, CI analysis, identifying and reporting counterintelligence issues. Travel is required (once a week) to Quantico MCB.
Primary Responsibilities include:
• Identify threats to cleared defense industry applicable to Leidos services and solutions.
• Investigate CI inquiries, produce reports and presentations and collaborate with other functions in support to the inquiry.
• Assist in the analysis, coordination, and integration of intelligence information to assess developments, trends, and threat implications within critical functional areas and present full range of Cl briefings.
• Brief and debrief personnel traveling overseas or hosting foreign visitors
• Review, collate and report suspicious activity reports.
• Prepare and deliver educational material to employees, managers, and senior leadership.
• Maintain relationships with government agencies involved in countering the threat, including the FBI, DSS, intelligence agencies, and other government agencies
• Analyze intelligence reporting from a wide variety of sources provided by the Government to identify current and emerging CI threats, ascertain the degree and immediacy of those threats, and make reasoned and well-founded judgments concerning the future evolution of the threats.
• Maintain collaborative contact with counterparts in the counterintelligence community and the law enforcement community concerning ongoing analytic efforts and findings to ensure that all threats to Leidos assets are identified and addressed.
• Write, review, and/or evaluate security Operational Security (OPSEC) Plans.
• Candidates must be able to travel to Quantico MCB once a week or as necessary (reimbursable).
• Bachelor's degree in a relevant field from an accredited university with 8+ years of prior relevant experience; additional years' experience may be used in lieu of a degree.
• Related experience must be in CI investigations, CI analysis
• Current Top Secret government security clearance and eligibility for SCI is required.
• Experience with software applications such as Analyst Notebook; Microsoft Access, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, and Word.
• Developing and delivering educational/ prevention material and comfortable during public speaking.
• US citizenship is required.
• Substantial knowledge of the Intelligence Community's and investigative program operations, procedures, techniques, and terminology; development and presentation of information; and the proper fulfillment of related risks.
• Substantial knowledge of the Intelligence Community resources and a master in acquiring information from intelligence sources to ensure that the information developed is complete, and, where possible, corroborated for accuracy.
• Highly-developed skills in oral and written communication to provide information, expert advice, and guidance; persuade others to consider recommendation to make/argue a position; explain abstract concepts and facts clearly and effectively to share with various entities of the intelligence community.
• Familiarity with counterintelligence, intelligence or international affairs.
• Detail-oriented and be able to identify information of interest upon instruction.
• Experience with public source databases such as Thomson Reuters, Accurint, or Lexis Nexis.
• Experience with analytical tools such as Palentir
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.