• Provide advice, editorial expertise, and consultative support to organizational policy development to include: development of new policies and improvement of existing policies; providing advice to inform management decisions; and providing consultation in program and project management and administration of policies.
• Provide government-wide benchmarking, policy research, analyses, and evaluation in support of policy development, management, and/or administration.
• Conduct statutory and other legal research; coordinate organizational policies created by Corporate Policy Management (CPM) or submitted by components; and provide editorial, formatting, and policy expertise in support of draft policy products during the coordination process with OGC, ODNI components, and with external agencies, when needed.
• Maintain an ODNI-wide repository for Instructions, Internal Process Documents (IPDs) and Policy Memoranda, and serve as Content Manager for the Internal Policy Library and CPM web site.
• Develop briefings for the COO, Deputy COO, and other senior managers across ODNI.
• Develop, implement, and maintain a process to identify, track, and complete action items to capture trend analysis of ODNI Instructions and other policy documents and de-conflict policy process issues that may arise.
• Bachelor’s degree or higher in policy, intelligence, other U.S. Government related field, public administration, or program management.
• Minimum ten (10) years demonstrated expertise in supporting U.S. Government policy development.
• Minimum five (5) years’ experience working in the IC (civilian and/or military components) with knowledge of IC organizations, relationships, and practices. These five (5) years may be concurrent with the requisite ten (10) years of work experience.
• Extensive experience with conducting in-depth policy research in a variety of areas (e.g., IT, security, human resources, information management, privacy).
• Excellent presentation, facilitation, and oral and written communication skills.
• Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, organizational, grammar, and editorial skills, with attention to detail
• TS/SCI w poly
• Master’s degree or higher in policy, intelligence, other U.S. Government related field, public administration, or program management
• Extensive experience facilitating working groups to resolve complex policy issues.
• Extensive experience creating professional policy products.
• Extensive experience with balancing a diverse workload in order to meet changing and competing requirements, and advanced capacity to prioritize or recommend priorities and courses of action to the customer.
• Advanced skills using MS Office products (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Pro).
• You are required to work 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday. Core work hours are 9:00 am EST to 3:00 PM EST.