Senior Analyst-ISE

Position Available: September 2016

Position Location: Washington DC Metro area

Project: The Information Sharing Environment (ISE) facilitates info sharing among federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial governments; and with private sector partners. ISE focuses on missions that are likely to impact detecting, preventing, disrupting, responding to, or mitigating terrorist activity.

Responsibilities: Serve as the Senior Analyst-ISE as part of a project team that supports the development of measures for the baselining and monitoring of cross-organizational activities, specifically in support of the Information Sharing Enterprise. Support the project team in conducting interviews, session, and surveys to understand the current state of information sharing measurement, identify topic areas for use in measure validation, identify relevant participants, and data elements of interest based on specific experience using qualitative and/or quantitative measurement of information flows to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Prepare written deliverables and support project team efforts. Use a wide application of principles, theories, concepts, and techniques to provide responsive, in-depth and accurate analysis of financial, budget and programmatic issues. Apply expert knowledge to gather facts, research and analyze data, and develop conclusions and recommendations.

Experience: Senior analyst-ISE must have demonstrated knowledge / experience in the following

  • Expert knowledge of information sharing and safeguarding laws, executive orders, theory, policies, procedures, and technologies, as well as expert knowledge of how to develop and facilitate the implementation of those mechanisms
  • More than 12 years of experience in support of a federal government department / agency
  • Experience as a senior manager in a federal government department/agency or senior, long-term, contractor support
  • Exceptional communications capabilities: written, oral, and development of compelling presentations
  • Superior-level interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills, including a superior ability to work effectively at the highest levels within an interagency environment on complex issues requiring sensitive negotiations and consensus-building
  • Superior ability to objectively evaluate U.S. Government and interagency information sharing policies and plans, taking into account a diverse and complex range of considerations in performing the evaluations

 

Minimum Educational / Degree Requirements: Master’s Degree in relevant discipline.

Applicable Training or Certification Requirements: Training and certifications in organizational communications, homeland security/defense, budget and finance, operations research, or related fields

Security Clearance:

  • Security Clearance is desirable.
  • Must be capable of passing National Agency Check with written Inquiries and Credit (NACIC) for contract employees; or equivalent investigation.


Travel
: Local travel within DC Metro area will be required regularly.  Domestic travel may be required.

If interested or want more information, contact:

Greg Bozek,
Director of Operations, Center for Human Capital Innovation
Alexandria, VA 22314

Office: 571-970-4250
Mobile: 703-609-3816
gregbozek@centerforhci.org