· Assist in the development, strategy, review, analysis, debate, relative to the development and implementation of National policy, frameworks, strategies, legislation, operational plans and exercises with interagency and internal partners.
· Plan, prepare, coordinate, disseminate, solicit, monitor, track, set and met deadlines relative to interagency and internal meetings; interagency and internal document review, drafting, commenting, and adjudication of comments; and document production.
· Advertise, host, and facilitate interagency and internal meetings; and prepare summary of conclusions suitable for executive level interagency dissemination.
· Build processes for internal and external policy development and review.
· Review, analyze, and contrast policy draft versions to identify gaps, preserve FBI equities, and FBI public branding and provide written and oral conclusions.
· Prepare redline drafts, PowerPoint presentations, synchronization matrices, position papers, decision papers, and provide oral and written decision, position, and information briefs at the executive level.
· Accurately record/document decision-making and drafting of policies during interagency and internal meetings; and accurately maintain version control during commenting and drafting.
· Perform administrative duties by reporting statistics, daily project progress briefs, ensuring a professional environment for interagency meetings, maintaining calendars and setting appointments, edit draft documents and emails for grammar/spelling/readability/level of audience, assist the managing official to maintain appointments and make deadlines; and perform other administrative duties across policy and plans.
· Provide support to CIRG’s effort to synchronize CIRG exercises and participation in the National Exercise Program.
· During crisis operations, provide policy and plans expertise at FBI crisis response command posts; locations include the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, Bluemont, Virginia; the J. Edgar Hoover Building, FBI HQ, Washington, D.C.; other FBI or DOJ facilities in Washington, D.C., Virginia, or Maryland.
· Provide support to CIRG liaison to Department of Defense Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (USD-P), the Joint Staff, US Northern Command, US Pacific Command, US Special Operations Command, US Special Operations Component Command – NORTH and, and any other DoD element deemed necessary.
· Bachelor’s Degree required
· Possess a background in interagency national security policy
· Possess an active SECRET clearance and the ability to obtain a specialized DOE “Q” and TOP SECRET clearance (the FBI will sponsor and facilitate the DOE “Q” clearance and TOP SECRET on a case-by-case basis)
· Possess the equivalent of at least three (3) years of professional experience, preferably working in law enforcement or military interagency policy and planning
· Software skills (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite) and internet research abilities
· Possess exceptional organizational, inter-personal, and strong oral and written communication skills
· Possess a working knowledge of the National Response Framework and the National Incident Command system.
· Ability to deploy CONUS/OCONUS at the direction of the FBI
· Ability to periodically be on a 24/7/365 alert roster to staff a FBI crisis operations center at various locations in the Washington, D.C., Richmond, Virginia and northern Virginia area.
· Possess a valid Virginia Driver License for the operation of FBI owned or leased vehicles in accordance with the contract.
· Possess a valid U.S. Passport