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Thursday, May 06, 2004
Want a job? Apply to become a CACI Interrogator in Iraq (

Under moderate supervision, provide intelligence support for interviewing local nationals and determining there threat to coalition forces. Must be able to work with interpreters to gather intelligence information from multiple sources. Must be able to effective interview Local Nationals and complete the interview reports on the findings of the interview. Must be able complete mission in a field environment. Under moderate supervision provides Information Security, and preforms security background investigations on individuals requesting a security clearance. Provides support of contractor background investigative services. Provides investigative services and case control management support.


Requires a Top Secret Clearance (TS) that is current and US citizenship. Must have at least two years experience as a military policeman or similar type of law enforcement/intelligence agency whereby the individual utilized interviewing techniques. At a minimum must have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, and zero to two years of related experience for level one position. Level 2 position requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent, and two to four years of related experience. Must be able to work and live in a hostile field environment with minimum medical facilities. Must process excellent communications skills and the ability to work in extreme environments for extended periods of time. Must be able to use a computer and efficient with Microsoft Word and Excel. Will be required to travel for training updates and other mission requirements. Develop and present reports and briefings to the Military Chain of Command.
Applicants must be "efficient" with Microsoft Excel so that they can maintain accurate spreadsheets of the Iraqi prisoners they have "debriefed."

No mention of the blood-salary the interrogators will receive for playing their small but scandalous part in the neocon crusade, but it's probably a bit more remunerative and harrowing than working at Wal-Mart. Further proof that the higher-paying jobs are indeed moving overseas.

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