FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative Case Analyst - E4-E6 - San Franscisco

  • California National Guard
  • San Jose, CA, USA
  • Jan 14, 2019
Full time Research Investigative Law Enforcement Analyst

Job Description

1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational
2. TOUR LOCATION: San Francisco, CA
6. TOUR LENGTH/ PROJECTED TOUR START DATE: 1 February 2019 – 30 September 2019
8. MOS / AFSC: N/A
ALL members of the California Army National Guard
10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator
11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112)
12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submit documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement,
complete the attached applicant checklist and meet all applicable criteria below:
a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC)
within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable
LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character,
well motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny
by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public.
13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours:
a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These
requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing
or the ANG Drug Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the
Counterdrug Program is mandatory.
b. CDTF personnel are required to attend the minimum statutory National Guard requirements IDT/IAD and
Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD.
FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational
c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on
FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard
Service Member.
d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander
e. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions
where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to
entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s could result in the applicant’s removal from the CD Program.
f. Be advised, selection for this CD Tour includes budgetary consideration of the SM reaching eighteen (18) years
of cumulative active federal service (AFS) or six (6) consecutive years AFS.
g. National Guard members participating in the Counterdrug Support Program are required to comply with
state laws and with DoD 5500.7-R. They are required to uphold the highest standards of conduct and personal
h. Outside employment, associations and off-duty conduct/activities must be consistent with federal
directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies. Outside employment will require
written approval of CDC according to para 8-25 of this regulation.
14. Tour Description:
Service member will work in direct support of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). This position focuses on four
core competencies: Link Analysis, document exploitation, commodity-financial analysis, and case construction.
Other duties include assisting Law Enforcement Agents in developing investigations, cases for prosecutions,
communications analysis, trend analysis with corresponding predictive analysis and other support as defined by
NGR 500-2/ANGI 10-801, dated 29 August 2008, Chapter 2, Section 2-7, Paragraphs b (2) and b (3) and CNGBI
Service member utilizes traditional military intelligence competencies such as: collection management, intelligence
fusion, identification of intelligence gaps, prepares intelligence related products, and prepares and delivers briefings.
Candidate should have a sound fundamental understanding of the intelligence process/cycle and how to incorporate
available intelligence systems to further the LEA’s investigation.
Service member must have the ability to establish and maintain positive rapport with supported agencies, and related
California National Guard entities, sets the example in appearance, adherence to standards, performance of duty and
military customs and courtesies. Candidate must represent the CA National Guard and the Counterdrug TF in a
positive light at all times.
15. Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications:
a. Secret Security Clearance
b. Satisfactory LEA background check with no adverse actions or derogatory comments
c. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
d. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments
f. Be of high moral and ethical standards
f. Able to work with minimal supervision
g. Possession of good written and verbal skills is necessary
FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational
h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented
i. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC)
j. Valid Driver’s License
Preferred Qualifications:
a. Top Secret/SCI
b. Knowledge of Performance Management Process (PMP)
c. Experience as a Counterdrug Criminal Analyst
d. Knowledge of HIDTA policies and procedures
e. NGB Criminal Analyst Phase I
f. NGB Criminal Analyst Phase II
g. DIA Basic Threat Finance
h. DIA Advance Threat Finance
i. Drug Enforcement Administration - Federal Law Enforcement Analyst Training (FLEAT)
j. Drug Enforcement Administration - Basic Intelligence Research Specialist (BIRS) Training
16. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY:
a. Not a member of the CA National Guard
b. Does not meet medical retention standards
c. Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11
d. Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of
adverse personnel action.
e. Non-selection for retention
f. Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2
g. Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum
h. Cannot have a DUI/DWI/Wet and Reckless within the last three years
17. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905 or (916) 369-4935. Applications will not be
accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided or stapled. Applications can
only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil
prior to announcement closing date.
Counterdrug Task Force
10620 Mather Blvd
Mather, CA 95655-4125
19. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position
will be made without regard to of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation,
marital status, disability, age or any other non-merit factor.
20. Candidate Selection: Boards will be either in-person at Counterdrug Headquarters in Mather, CA 95655 or
telephonic at a TBD date.
FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational
(Attachment A)
The following are required documents to be turned in with your application:
1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date,
acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here:
2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here:
3. Resume
4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD)
5. Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS)
6. ARNG Personnel Qualification Record (PQR)
7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302
8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs. Air Force: Submit the last two (2) consecutive
9. Medical:
Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select
IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date.
a. PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles.
b. Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT
failures or be medically non-deployable (MND).
c. Air Force: Printout of your AF 422 Form. PHA should be current within 12 months. If applying for any
position requiring a Flight Physical, submit a copy of current AF 1042.
d. Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative.
10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s
start date
Air Force: Copy of Physical Fitness Test within 1 year of effective date of tour.
11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date.
12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/
commanders (if applicable).