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Magazine. Barbaricum seeks a Military Intelligence Advisor to provide subject-matter expertise and technical support to a contract supporting the Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs in Abuja, Nigeria.
Attend Nigerian military staff meetings and planning sessions, as well as OSC contractor meetings.
Provide expert technical guidance to the Nigerian military to develop professional, effective and accountable military intelligence capabilities and standard operating procedures (SOP’s).
Advise on scheduled inspections, management, and acquisition.
Provide technical assistance to adapt the Nigerian military SOP’s to reflect the process by which the Nigerian military decides on specific course of action (COA)
Assist with documenting and instituting new processes / COAs
Provide advisory and mentor services to support intelligence operations, intelligence support to mission command, and the operating of joint intelligence fusion cells
Maintain an up-to-date list of outstanding requirements from Nigerian military intelligence staff.
Assess all data relating to equipment availability and make recommendations to improve operational readiness.
Interface with other international advisors to stay current on needs, and de-conflict assistance.
US Citizenship Required
Active Secret security clearance
Ten years’ hands-on U.S. military intelligence, or civilian Intelligence Specialist, experience at the S-2, G-2 or J-2 battalion level, or higher
Two years’ experience in a joint military environment
Two years’ experience advising foreign military or government
Two years’ experience providing training in an overseas environment
Professional experience writing business documents, such as reports, SITREPs, briefings, AARs, memoranda, letters, electronic mail, and training material, for consumption by military Commanders or civilian managers
Professional experience presenting briefings, SITREPs, training, and AARs for consumption by military Commanders or civilian managers
Highly-rated teamwork and collaboration skills, as demonstrated by awards, or above average performance reviews.
Two years’ experience working or living in Africa, post-conflict, and / or developing nations