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    Summary

    Cybersecurity Directorate Counterintelligence Psychologists apply their professional skills to the agency mission. You will provide direct support to, identify research and operational psychology gaps to advance the field of operational psychology. You will engage with other members of the US IC and Second Party partners to further the incorporation of behavioral sciences in mission. Experience conveying insight to decision-makers/ leadership is essential.

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    Responsibilities

    Counterintelligence Psychologists help protect NSA personnel, facilities, and missions by collecting, analyzing, and/or synthesizing information associated with psychologically relevant mission, counterintelligence, counterespionage, and/or counter-terrorism information as it affects NSA equities worldwide. They apply advanced clinical psychology skills to these analyses and communicate analyses and recommendations to managers, investigators, and other appropriate customers.

    When appropriate, Counterintelligence Psychologists also develop and implement specific, tailored countermeasures and countermeasure programs and participate in related Intelligence Community (IC), Defense Department, and professional fora to foster and advance behavioral science as related to NSA mission.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    15

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