MacAulay-Brown, Inc. Joint Information Operations Fusion Center (JIOFC) Behavioral Scientist in Tampa, Florida

14080: Joint Information Operations Fusion Center (JIOFC) Behavioral Scientist

Location: Florida, Tampa

Clearance: SCI Eligible


The Joint Information Operations Fusion Center (JIOFC) Behavioral Scientist

Assist JIOFC in planning and analysis of IO assessments globally. Assistance shall include day-to-day actions with various points of contact for all GCCs, Joint Staff (JS), the Interagency (IA), partner nations (PN) and personnel within USSOCOM. Specific tasks include:

  • Develop new concepts, methods, and techniques to solve operational assessment problems

  • Analyze theories and research findings to determine applications to IO assessments

  • Develop assessment plans and programs to evaluate the formation, performance, and effectiveness of influence activities

  • Engage in continuous research of applicable behavioral science theories to improve performance and suitability of products and production processes, including developing and/or modifying current plans

  • Monitor and analyze the information environment in designated countries to inform planning and detect measures of effectiveness

  • Perform complex analytical tasks for the assessment of inform and influence programs

  • Define and refine IO concepts of assessment, performance metrics and programmatic documents

  • Conduct research and develop information for understanding and synchronizing regional assessments and issues into overarching global IO assessment plans and policies

  • Develop concepts of assessment for IO Annexes for Campaign Plans, Operation Orders, and Contingency Plans

  • Assist in the development of concept of operations (CONOPs)

  • Prepare reports presentations and plans required for periodic updates

  • Conduct briefings


  • Doctorate of Philosophy from an accredited university in Psychology, Behavioral Science, or related field

  • 10 years hands-on behavioral science experience in qualitative and quantitative analyses of complex psychological, military, marketing, communications or similar problems

  • 5 years of experience professionally applying behavioral science to practical problems

  • 5 years of experience with technical writing

  • 5 years of experience using communication skills, both written and oral, to include preparation of written products for senior leader use (general officer/flag officer/senior executive service level or HQ equivalent)

  • 5 years of experience using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) statistical analysis software

  • 5 years of experience conducting comparative analyses on data (e.g. correlation, scatterplot, analysis of variance (ANOVA), regression, response frequency, distribution of responses, outlier testing regression, and salience index)

  • 5 years of experience conducting multivariate analysis and predictive modeling for population segmentation, data cleaning and missing data identification, scale analyses (e.g. perform factor analyses, quantify latent constructs and determine the reliability, validity and relationships of items/indices) analysis of polling and survey data with large databases containing complex data to identify and assess targets

  • Current Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility

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