Intelligence Officer Resume

Feel free to use this Intelligence Officer Resume example to update your own resume. Even though this is a free resume example, it is important to adjust your own resume to present your relevant work history and skills according to the job you are applying for.

Our resume examples are written by certified resume writers and is a great representation of what hiring managers are looking for in a Intelligence Officer Resume. Use this example for reference as you create your own resume or use this easy resume builder that will guide you through every step of your building your resume in just a few minutes.

Looking for Cover Letter ideas? See our sample for Intelligence Officer Cover Letter and Intelligence Officer Responsibilities and Duties.

Here is the Intelligence Officer Resume example:

Earl Hampton

2928 Leroy Lane

Sioux Falls, SD57102

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective To obtain an Intelligence Officer position with organization where challenges and opportunities make way for career development.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Solid understanding of interagency Homeland Defense roles, missions, jurisdictions, and authorities
  • Strong research skills to identify, collect and evaluate data
  • In-depth knowledge of Cyber investigations, collections, operations or analysis
  • Skilled in conducting offensive operations, investigations, and surveillance operations
  • Effective interpersonal, professional ethics and self-motivation skills
  • Excellent written and oral communications
  • Ability to absorb and synthesize large amounts of information

Work Experience:

Intelligence Officer, August 2005 – Present

Defense Intelligence Agency, Sioux Falls, SD

  • Performed analysis of foreign intelligence and security services’ capabilities and activities.
  • Managed counterintelligence (CI) security, forced protection and CI analytical programs and products.
  • Cooperated with DoD entities and foreign government agencies and ensured confidentiality of nation.
  • Provided input into the facility response to the security threat of group activities.
  • Identified and tracked suspected and actual gang or security threat group activities at the facility.
  • Recorded and furnished information as required by the contracting agency regarding special threat group activities.

Intelligence Officer, May 2000 – July 2005

Army Intelligence and Security Command, Sioux Falls, SD

  • Planned and conducted collection, reporting on intelligence information obtained from human sources.
  • Directed and supported collectors who are conducting field operational activities.
  • Conducted research and assisted collectors to locate and contact prospective sources of intelligence.
  • Identified and tracked programs of agency gang contracting.
  • Handled major institution unusual occurrences.
  • Prepared and maintained various records and reports.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs, Century College, White Bear Lake, MN

  • 1.0.0Version
  • 636Download
  • 1File Count
  • March 1, 2021Create Date
  • March 1, 2021Last Updated