Job opening: Division Chief Emerging Technologies & Threat Finance
Salary: $132 368 - 183 500 per year
Published at: Aug 09 2023
Employment Type: Full-time
The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) leads the nation's effort to protect the United States from terrorism by integrating, analyzing and sharing information to drive whole-of-government action and achieve our national CT objectives.
The National Counterterrorism Center leads the nation's effort to protect the United States from terrorism by integrating, analyzing and sharing information to drive whole-of-government action and achieve our national CT objectives. NCTC's Directorate of Intelligence (DI) was mandated by Congress to be the primary organization in the United States Government for analyzing and integrating terrorism intelligence. The DI provides senior policymakers with integrated and coordinated terrorism analysis and produces the full range of analytic products, including daily Terrorism Intelligence Briefs (TIBs), President's Daily Briefs (PDBs), warning products, short-term and longer-term research, alternative analysis, and operational lead cables that adhere to DI tradecraft standards.
We are seeking a highly motivated officer to lead a division focused on terrorist use of emerging technologies and movement of finances. This division is a sub-component of a multidisciplinary group of officers that embrace curiosity, creative thinking, smart risk taking, and a diversity of views to produce innovative analytic products. The selected candidate will supervise a team that provides a data-driven approach to counterterrorism financial analysis to combat the terrorist threat at home and abroad. This effort provides key insights on how terrorist groups raise, move, store, and spend funds, as well as identifying terrorist use of emerging technologies and illuminating global terrorist networks. The team formulates and communicates analysis to inform policy and support operations; collaborates with partners across government to identify risk and opportunities; and drives intelligence collection through regular interaction, formal evaluations, and structured requirements.
Additionally, this officer will be expected to:
Provide expert guidance and leadership in the production of well-crafted sophisticated, complex analytic finished intelligence products on sometimes controversial or particularly difficult issues in support of United States (US) foreign policy and national security objectives; review final analytic products, written and oral, for clarity, organization, accuracy, and logic; effectively explain highly complex concepts and results to non-expert customers and tailor products to correspond to customer needs.
Lead and direct teams in or more areas of analytic expertise in substantive analytic and management operations; plan, coordinate, and oversee work in a manner consistent with fulfilling organizational directives and accomplishing mission goals.
Lead and direct multiple teams in the gathering of political, social, cultural, economic, military, scientific, and historical information in support of US interests and policy objectives; guide teams in the development and identification of highly relevant information from internal and external sources to meet client needs.
Set priorities and drive programs to ensure senior Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) officials are prepared for policy meetings throughout the Intelligence Community (IC) and US Government (USG).
Develop the substantive analytic and management skills of subordinate employees and supervisors and contribute to the broader corporate mission of the organization.
Serve as the primary approver for the allocation of resources including but not limited to training, travel, and contracts; advise senior leadership on resource needs for the entire unit.
Evaluate and develop subordinates; serve as a substantive supervisory and analytic resource, teaching and guiding officers; provide substantive feedback to include career development counseling and skills development.
Expert knowledge of resource management principles and applications coupled with superior managerial experience.
Superior ability to effectively plan and lead the development of high-quality, complex analyses, studies, projects, assignments, and briefings on key US foreign policy and national security objectives focused on a specific regional area and/or functional issue for IC consumers and policymakers at the highest levels of government.
Superior ability to effectively and efficiently address employee skill deficiencies or performance shortcomings and take measurable steps to increase proficiency; expert ability to delegate responsibility and empower team chiefs to make decisions.
Expert knowledge of area of political, cultural, social, historical, economic, military and diplomatic traits and behaviors of specific country, region, or transnational issue.
Expert knowledge of analytic tradecraft and the customer base for a specified region, function, or transnational issue.
Expert knowledge of current and projected analytic capabilities and key US foreign policy and national security objectives for specified region or function.
Expert analytic and critical thinking skills, including superior to think strategically; superior ability to effectively express complex, multi-discipline ideas and insights verbally and in writing to a variety of audiences up to and including senior leadership.
Superior ability to remain open-minded and change judgments on the basis of new information and requirements, perform multiple tasks and change focus quickly as demands change, and support group decisions and solicit opinions from coworkers.
Expert ability to stay informed on current foreign political trends and developments and to work effectively in open-source environment; as required, proficiency in a relevant foreign language.
Expert ability to direct taskings, assess and manage performance, collaborate on goal setting, and support personal and professional development;
Other duties, as assigned.
To be considered qualified, an applicant must have at least four years of experience as an intelligence analyst at a national agency, service component, or combatant command.
- Address DIRECTORATE OF INTELLIGENCE
Director Of National Intelligence
Washington, DC 20511
- Name: Vacancy Team ODNI
- Email: [email protected]