Detention Operations Support Officer

Posted 4 weeks ago
C3R is currently seeking a fully qualified professional to serve in the Detention Operations Support Officer position with experience of applying a thorough understanding of Joint Planning Process (JP 5-0) and the Department of Defense Detainee Program (DODD 2310.01E) with applicable Joint Staff and USSOUTHCOM directives governing the movement of detainees (from custody at Naval Station Guantanamo, Cuba) in order to draft plans, directives, orders and instructions to USSOUTHCOM subordinates and to inform associated forces, and agencies. In response to requests for releasable intelligence documents involving USSOUTHCOM detention operations, the Detention Operations Support Officer will prepare releasable USSOUTHCOM intelligence products in response to FOIA requests (5 USC Section 552) while ensuring classified information is protected. The Detention Operations Support Officer will draft documents used to program and schedule planning events, conferences, meetings and includes requesting and scheduling the technical support integral to enabling these events. C3R will draft reports used to capture dialogue during scheduled an unscheduled detention operations meetings, conferences, planning sessions or working groups that include detailed summary highlighting significant actions, decisions, and suspense for actions. C3R will also coordinate access for detention operations-focused visitors program. All work must be completed within the SOP-prescribed suspense, and in accordance with the instructions included in the J348 Detention Operations SOP and Checklist. The Analyst will be responsible for FOIA Administration Support and Operations Administration Support : FOIA Administration Support: Immediately upon receipt, recording FOIA requests received from the USSOUTHCOM Staff Judge Advocate or the USSOUTHCOM FOIA Contact Officer pertaining to releasable intelligence documents involving past and present detainees; record subject, date and time received, and the last name of the person making the record. Searching for and identifying requested documents, comparing requested documents to security classification guides, and preparing written recommendations on redacting or withholding information based on authorized exemptions. Submitting written recommendations to USSOUTHCOM FOIA Contact Officer for review, internal staffing, and approval by the J348 Branch Chief or Deputy Branch Chief within the time frame set forth by USSOUTHCOM FOIA contact officer. Recording subject, date, and time forwarded, last name of person forwarding the processed request, and the last name of the USSOUTHCOM FOIA representative receiving the request. Operations Administration Support: Processing, tracking and disseminating requests for visits to detention operations at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, along with drafting responses to requests. The requirement includes drafting information papers, decision papers, reports, and briefings used to inform detention operations within this Command. Assisting the government lead to program and schedule planning events, conferences, meetings which includes requesting and scheduling the technical support such as video teleconferencing integral to enabling these events. The Analyst will schedule events though the Command’s technical support services help desk, with points of contact. Drafting documents used to track these planning events; storing and accessing them within the Command’s database. Drafting reports used to capture dialogue during scheduled and unscheduled detention operations meetings, conferences, planning sessions or working groups that include detailed summary highlighting significant actions, decisions, and suspense for actions. Coordinating access for detention operations-focused visitors to HQ USSOUTHCOM by drafting a concept paper, scheduling logistics support, and by informing key USSOUTHCOM staff personnel. Coordinating access to JTF-GTMO detention operations for all foreign visitors upon their request or through the request of their designated sponsor by submitting information. Submit results of staff review immediately upon receipt to the government lead. Drafting the appropriate response to visitor or visitor’s sponsor; disseminate upon approval. All work must be completed within the SOP-prescribed suspense. Job Type: Full-time Experience: Intelligence and Operations Reporting: 6 years (Preferred) Planning Detention Operations: 6 years (Preferred) Education: High school or equivalent (Required) License: Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI Access (Required) U.S. Issued Passport (Required) Joint Planning Process JP 5-0 (Required) Department of Defense Detainee Program (Preferred) 4 days ago – report job If you require alternative methods of application or screening, you must approach the employer directly to request this as Indeed is not responsible for the employer’s application process.

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