Job opening: Deputy Group Chief Terrorist Lethal Capabilities
Salary: $155 700 - 183 500 per year
Published at: Aug 11 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.
NCTC's Directorate of Intelligence (DI) was mandated by Congress to be the primary organization in the United States Government (USG) 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, and alternative analysis.
The National Counterterrorism Center's Directorate of Intelligence (NCTC/DI) is seeking a highly motivated officer to help lead Terrorist Lethal Capabilities (TLC), an organization which monitors, analyzes, and integrates all-source intelligence on functional counterterrorism (CT) issues for a broad set of USG customers and partners.
The functional CT issues TLC analyzes includes topics ranging from conventional explosives, to unmanned aerial systems and weapons of mass destruction.
The group provides warning of terrorist development and use of lethal devices that threaten US persons or interests; 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, the selected candidate will be expected to:
Evaluate and develop first-line supervisors; serve as a substantive supervisory and analytic resource, teaching and guiding team chiefs; provide substantive feedback to include career development counseling and skills development.
Work with the Group Chief and other Deputy to shape and implement the vision of the group, which is focused on maximizing customer impact, serving as a leader in creativity and innovation, and cultivating high morale.
Leverage your experience to serve as a corporate resource, contributing outside your group to the broader DI, NCTC, ODNI, and IC.
Help drive the group's analytic program, ensuring that products incorporate the highest IC tradecraft standards and capitalize on NCTC's unique data accesses and tools.
Recruit, develop, and retain a diverse and highly qualified workforce.
Ensure personnel are appropriately challenged, rewarded, and given the support, tools, training, and opportunities they need to develop and succeed. Cultivate an inclusive environment that fosters the development of all officers to their full potential.
Manage and assess the status of assigned projects on a continuous basis, to include resource management and contractor support, and ensure that all resources are aligned with mission priorities and tasks are completed in an effective and timely manner.
Cultivate strong, constructive relationships across organizational lines, enhancing Center integration and collaboration with IC partners and enabling the Center's leadership in analyzing, integrating, and sharing information to drive whole-of-government action.
Superior success as a supervisor.
Expert knowledge of analytic tradecraft and product review.
Superior knowledge of resource management principles and applications.
Proven interpersonal skills, corporate approach, and aptitude at building consensus.
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 direct taskings, assess and manage performance, collaborate on goal setting, and support personal and professional development.
Track record of building positive, collaborative relationships across organizational lines, including up, down, and across components and with external partners.
At least two years of professional experience as a supervisor at a national agency, service component, or combatant command.
Superior capacity for problem solving.
Cover letter required.
Experience working analytic issues related to counterproliferation, counterterrorism, or weapons development.
Knowledge of the NCTC and the counterterrorism community.
- Address DIRECTORATE OF INTELLIGENCE
Director Of National Intelligence
Washington, DC 20511
- Name: Vacancy Team ODNI
- Email: [email protected]