Force Protection Analyst





Analyzes and defines systems requirements. Performs one or more of the following or related activities:
1) Analyzes and evaluates major antiterrorism/force protection program and user requirements; 2) defines systems objectives and prepares system design specifications; 3) identifies alternative approaches and selects appropriate methodologies based on strategic doctrinal and policy guidance. Specific tasks include but are not limited to the following:

Minimum Requirements

Conducts assessments on unit and installation vulnerability to both conventional and asymmetric methods of attack
Receives, analyzes, and disseminates all-source intelligence threat information and prepares threat estimates
Provides threat analysis for commanders and recommends courses of action to mitigate and counter current and future threats
Responsible for force protection education and training, processes, procedures, and readiness
Assists in the production of all-source intelligence products to support overall intelligence objectives
Serves as a primary member of the USAFE Threat Working Group (TWG), which is an Anti- Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) advisory body for all installations
Provides expertise in a wide range of military and civil readiness and disaster preparedness activities, including assessments of an installation’s ability to execute terrorism consequence management plans and terrorism incident response activities
Examines and evaluates medical capabilities and health factors affecting an installations force protection readiness such as: analyze the currency of water system vulnerabilities and testing, examine food system vulnerabilities, assess adequacy of off-installation non-law enforcement support (emergency services, and health), analyze NBC and radiological detection systems, plus related preparedness and analysis functions
Serves as a subject matter expert (SME) to assess a variety of installation readiness plans to include: weapons of mass destruction (WMD), mass casualties plans, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), hazardous materials (HAZMAT), mass notification and recall, explosive ordnance clearance (EOC) operations, crisis management planning, force protection condition (FPCON) implementation, and incident response teams

Qualification Requirements:  

Must have an active Top Secret/SCI security clearance (TS/SCI)
Must have a DoD-Approved Anti-Terrorism Level II Course certification.
Formalized AFFOR Staff Training required

Desired Requirements

Education Requirements:

Level I= Master's degree in a related field and 3 years of recent specialized experience; OR Bachelor's degree in a related field and 6 years of recent specialized experience; OR 10 years of recent specialized experience. 
Level II = Level I with 3 additional years’ experience
Level III = Level I with 5 additional years’ experience