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Concilium Global Analysts contribute to the work of Concilium Insight, the open-source intelligence analysis
department of Concilium. Concilium Insight serves Christian missionary-sending organizations, humanitarian
organizations, and churches with warnings and explanations regarding terrorism, conflict, crime, and persecution
outside the United States. Concilium Insight also provides crime analysis and prevention products to U.S.
Global Analysts work to show how incidents and trends are shaping the mission field, helping organizational
leaders and expatriates plan for contingencies and deployments in ways that build resilience into their ministries.
Concilium Insight’s global subscription includes the following products:
· A weekly report, the Thursday Briefing, featuring short comments about multiple topics of interest and concern
around the world.
· Briefs, alerts, flash reports, and in-depth research papers concerning imminent or ongoing threat incidents or
trends, written in a bottom-line-up-front style that discusses the essential factors behind an issue, delivers a
concise outlook, and describes the implications for Christian ministries.
· Scheduled and spontaneous conference calls with analysts and other subscribers to discuss key issues.
· Custom consultation and research for eligible subscribers.

• In fulfillment of assignments from the Vice President of Analysis:
• 1) Research open sources and/or seek non-classified/non-confidential information from ministry
and professional contacts aware of the global analyst’s Concilium affiliation (for guidance, see the
Code of Conduct for the Association of International Risk Intelligence Professionals [AIRIP])
• 2) Apply structured analytical methods to collected information in accordance with Concilium
Insight standard practices
• 3) Employ intelligence writing formats and styles to construct products for dissemination
• Present virtual/video briefings to subscribers and Concilium staff during online conference calls
• Present in-person briefings to subscribers and Concilium staff during occasional conferences (subject to
part-time/flex-time staff member availability)

As a 501(c)3 religious non-profit whose clients are other 501(c)3 religious non-profits, Concilium derives much of
its income from private donations. Full-time staff are required to raise a significant percentage of their income
according to an established pay scale. Part-time staff may be paid hourly without the need to raise support as
funds are available in their department’s budget.

• MS in Intelligence Studies or a related degree, or equivalent work experience within discipline
• 2-3 years minimum experience working in a similar role
• Uphold a close and growing relationship with Jesus Christ

• Mastery of analytical methods specific to the craft of intelligence analysis
• Flexibility, focus, and a strong work ethic
• Excellent organizational and time management skills, including proficiency in evaluating and prioritizing
• Ability to follow through and juggle multiple tasks and projects
• Conscientious and detailed
• Ability to take initiative within scope of job duties
• Solid judgment and decision-making skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proficiency in grammar and spelling
• Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to handle sensitive situations with confidentiality, poise, and tact
• Ability to be respectful and discerning of confidentiality and privacy
• Ability to work well with others in a team environment
• Ability to work well under pressure and against deadlines
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, MS Office, Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and other standard office software
• Willingness to pursue a healthy work, life balance

• Excellent interpersonal skills, with ability to communicate opportunities with poise, diplomacy, and tact
• Flexibility to quickly respond to changing situations in order to meet business needs, reprioritizing work as
• Working knowledge of administrative procedures and use of standard office equipment
• Reasoning to demonstrate sound judgment by taking appropriate actions regarding questionable findings
or concerns
• Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines
• Must have the ability to multitask and hold information in memory
• Prone to seek and carry out additional responsibilities
• Driven to constantly improve job functions – not satisfied with status quo
• Ability to quickly earn the respect of clients, potential clients, and team members
• Ability to cooperate and work with Executive/Senior Leadership Team members
• Outgoing and conscientious
• Dependable, with maturity of judgment and respect for the needs of clients and co-workers
• Flexibility, with a willingness to take initiative
• Willingness to “pitch-in” to serve all personnel
• Honest, diplomatic, and confident
• Ability to use tactics that are most effective to fulfill the job requirements
• Willingness to pursue a healthy work/life balance
• Ability to execute primary functions of role while demonstrating respect to others’ roles

This position will require using a computer and sitting for long periods of time. The physical demands described
here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions
of the position. Reasonable accommodation may be made available to individuals with disabilities to perform
essential functions. This position may require occasional domestic travel by commercial airline or rental
vehicle/privately-owned vehicle.

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