|Job ID:||JCT - 1019|
|Job Title:||Collection Management Support – Mid Level|
|Clearance:||TS SSBI, CI Poly|
|Travel:||Minimal - Less than 10%|
TapHere! Technology has multiple openings for experienced intelligence Collection Management support personnel providing collection planning, analysis of requirements, ISR assessments, matching collection requirements with ISR asset availability and collection operations management expertise throughout the CENTCOM Area of Responsibility. The candidate will support collection management functions primarily at the Combined/Joint Headquarters, Joint Task Force, SOF component command, and below levels with a diverse group of organizations. The position requires significant knowledge of the various types of collection systems and resources available to the Executive branch of the government including both civilian and military capabilities. The candidate must be a self-starter with a sound knowledge of collection management processes and ISR systems, techniques, and procedures.
• Support and manage regional command level collection requirements using sensors to include Full Motion Video (FMV), Muti-INT, Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI), National Technical Means (NTM), Electro Optical (EO), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Signals, and more to support customers
• Unless already certified under the CCMP-F program, contractors filling Collection Management functions shall attempt the CCMP-F exam within 12 months of reporting to CCJ2-ISR. CCMP-F is designed to ensure the DoD CM workforce can perform its mission. The CCMP-F certification measures the proficiency of DoD CMs in the following three areas:
• Active Top Secret clearance based on an SSBI with CI poly
Self-starter with a sound knowledge of collection management processes; Ability to support and manage regional command level collection requirements using available sensors. Skilled at creating collection management strategies based on operational needs and knowledge of platform capabilities and inherent support capabilities.
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