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Intelligence Research Specialist, DOS

This position is located in the China Division, Office of Analysis for East Asia and the Pacific, Bureau of Intelligence and Research. (INR/EAP/CH). The division produces tailored intelligence products and briefings that inform the development and direction of U.S. foreign policy and support U.S. relations with foreign governments and international organizations.

Responsibilities

  • At the GS-12 level, the incumbent performs essentially the same duties as outlines below; however, the scope and complexity of assignments are of less responsibility and independence and receives closer than normal supervision than the GS-13 level.
  • Ensures the intelligence needs of the department policymakers are clearly conveyed to appropriate collection agencies within the U.S. Intelligence Community.
  • Prepares oral briefings of foreign policy, political, and security developments.
  • Represents the bureau with the Intelligence Community and other interagency venues and ensures the bureau’s views are represented in the coordination of Intelligence Community analytic products.
  • Prepares written and oral briefings on all-source intelligence for INR and within the U.S. Intelligence Community for the Presidents Daily Brief and National Intelligence Council.
  • Provides intelligence analysis of China, including individuals, institutions, decision dynamics, policy trends, and cultural influences in China’s political system.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Experience producing policy-relevant analytic assessments relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they relate to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
  • Experience coordinating the production of analytic assessments relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they relate to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
  • Experience preparing and delivering oral presentations relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they relate to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.

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