Functional Specialist/Advisor – Level 5
Quadrint is looking for an analyst who will support the Government lead to deliver a comprehensive and integrated oversight and compliance capability that enables the Agency to conduct authorized missions in accordance with Federal law and policy protecting privacy rights and civil liberties. This position is part of the MOC PMO that sets, maintains, and ensures standards for project management by directing project activity, tracking project status, and applying best practices. This position will support the Government to apply deep subject matter expertise and develop new and update existing IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures policies, procedures, strategic implementation plans as well as develop and deliver tailored training related to the MOC mission.
The selected candidate will be expected to:
- Provide strategic and management assistance to include: a) development of reports, presentations, whitepapers; b) answers to rapid response requests and taskers; c) research topics related to IO, PCL, Section 2.3 Procedures and other subject areas associated with MOC.
- Experience and demonstrated ability to extract and synthesize complex information to prepare briefings, staff material, read-aheads, presentations, and other material as required.
- Research findings of relevant OIG Reports of Investigation and findings, observations, and recommendations in OIG Inspection Reports, and provide results to MOC in the continual development of short-and long-term remediation plans and projects.
- Develop processes and deliverables to successfully plan and execute Inspections or SAVs conducted by DoD SIOO, DPCLTD, or other senior officials as appropriate.
- Draft Memorandums pertaining to potential modifications to existing IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures program processes or creations of new processes to be implemented by the Agency.
- Support the development of and updates to privacy notices (e.g., SORNS) pursuant to legal and policy requirements.
- Conduct a comprehensive assessment of the existing IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 procedures against current controlling policies. Provide support services in developing, documenting, and authoring MOC directives and/or corporate policy issuances, and handbooks designed to satisfy the operational, technical, and management of IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures required by the Agency. Ensure policy processes are clear, consistent, coordinated and promulgated in accordance with (IAW) the authorities, responsibilities and obligations of the Director, the Agency.
- Support MOC in its understanding of IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures requirements, including any challenges surrounding their implementation and end-user.
- Assist to mitigate end-user problems arising from policy implementation by providing MOC with applicable policy references to specific IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures questions from the Agency workforce. Ensure that MOC directives and handbooks and/or other corporate policy issuances are current, accurate, and compliant with relevant policy.
- Provide support services in developing, documenting, and authoring a training plan, training course content, and handbooks or deskbooks designed to satisfy the IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures training objectives required by the Agency and/or partner agency or oversight elements.
- Develop new and update existing IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Procedures Strategic Implementation Plans IAW the mission and function of the Agency, MOC, and the IO, PCL, and Section 2.3 Programs.
- Must have an active TS/SCI clearance
- Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required.
- Specialized knowledge and/or understanding of Intelligence Oversight, Privacy and Civil Liberties or EO 12333 Section 2.3 Procedures governing raw SIGINT.
- Graduate Degree within related field or equivalent experience within related field.
- At least 15 years of enterprise level policy experience with demonstrated experience in developing and delivering related training.
- At least two years specialized knowledge of the Agency, its Components, and programs.
- Demonstrated experience in successfully engaging with senior leadership.
Quadrint, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, status as an individual with a disability, or any other protected status.