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Intelligence Watch Officer

Strativia is seeking a Intelligence Watch Officer to provide intelligence monitoring and warning functions along with national security communications and administrative support to DOE senior leadership. In addition, the IOC serves as point-of-contact for other Washington area Intelligence and Operations Centers.
Education:
Position requires contractor to have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in a business related field. A Master’s of Business Administration degree is highly desirable.

Qualifications:

To support this position, the contractor will have:

  • A minimum of 4 years of experience performing the qualifications associated with this position. This experience may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military experience.
  • One year of prior intelligence watch experience.
  • Experience in intelligence programs or projects with emphasis in large intelligence operations of complex proportions; project development from inception to deployment; skilled in management and control of contract/program funds and resources; demonstrated capability in managing multi-task contracts/projects and/or subcontracts of various complexity and/or multiple contracts.
  • General experience includes increasing responsibilities within the discipline and/or management and interactions with senior-level government personnel.
  • Excellent program management, business, and problem-solving skills.
  • Have knowledge of government programs to manage the program.
  • Demonstrated evidence of oral and written communication skills, conflict resolution techniques.
  • Proven ability to perform under pressure to meet tight deadlines, and work effectively with tact and discretion with federal and contractor senior management, guests and senior decision-makers internally and externally.
  • Strong oral communications skills and the ability to effectively brief various IC officials and senior DOE officials on a daily basis.
  • Proven track record working in a fast paced environment while multitasking (multiple phone calls, cable traffic/electronic mail monitoring, tasking from various Government agencies, etc.).
  • Demonstrated experience in the following areas: All source information including HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, Open Source, and ELINT.
  • Familiarity with the functions, policy, and responsibility of the DOE-IN.
  • Knowledge of the Intelligence Community. Expert specialized knowledge of the capabilities and operations of the US Intelligence Community. Ability to state intelligence requirements, research intelligence databases, interact with intelligence agencies to obtain intelligence products or services. Has a broad background and comprehensive experience in intelligence techniques and operations and the ability to apply this knowledge to problems related to incoming intelligence and national security information. Experience coordinating with various U.S. Government agencies relating to intelligence, foreign policy, and or law enforcement issues.
  • Skill in intelligence research, analysis, and production. The incumbent has a thorough understanding of principles and techniques employed in intelligence collection, processing, production, and dissemination, as well as the analytical techniques used to develop finished intelligence reports assessments. Ability to research, assemble, write, and edit quality control intelligence reports, assessments, and briefing books for senior level personnel at a high standard of quality.
  • Expertise in control, processing and distribution of sensitive intelligence and national security information. The incumbent must have extensive experience in information dissemination operations. He/she must have expert level knowledge of information distribution and classified material control practices as defined in DOE, Intelligence Community, and other pertinent directives.
  • Thorough understanding of the role of the DOE and skill in representing Departmental positions and maintaining liaison with senior officials internal and external to the Department. The incumbent must have knowledge of DOE missions, functions, and organization. The incumbent must have expert knowledge of international economics, political affairs, enforcement and terrorism issues as they relate to the DOE and the IC.
  • Familiarity with the operation of intelligence and national security communications systems. The incumbent must have knowledge of a wide range of telecommunications concepts, principles, and practices to accomplish work processes using voice, data and telecommunications devices. The incumbent must have comprehensive knowledge of Telecommunications and Information Systems, Local Area Networks, Secure Internet networks, Intelligence Community networks, DODIIS AMHS JWICS messaging systems, Facsimile systems, Secure Telephone systems Reproduction equipment (copiers, scanners, VCR, DVD-R's) and Video Teleconferencing equipment (SVTS, JWICS, net meeting).
  • Ability to execute emergency procedures and support senior leadership during crisis situations. The incumbent must have a comprehensive knowledge of IN and DOE continuity of operations planning and emergency response procedures.
  • Communicates orally and in writing in a clear, precise and persuasive manner.
  • Able to contribute to development and implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and improved business practices with an eye to professionalizing Intelligence Operations Center operations and ensuring high standards of efficiency and accuracy.
  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal, organization, and problem-solving skills, including superior ability to work effectively both independently and in a team or collaborative environment.
  • Demonstrated high-level of expertise in the use of business processes and Microsoft Office Products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint, and Access).
  • Significant knowledge and current experience with the Intelligence Community, including DOE-IN, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004.
  • Knowledge of broad strategic issues and challenges facing the operational capabilities of DOE and the IC, as well as the intelligence cycle of the U.S. Government and the U.S. foreign and national security policy communities.
  • Ability to be proactive in developing innovative ideas and communicating them to all government staff.
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying issues, delineating obstacles, and developing option to address them in order to achieve a satisfactory outcome.
  • Demonstrated adaptability and flexibility to perform a wide range of tasks and collaborate with many different offices across DOE, the IC, and the U.S. Government.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate across all levels, build relationships, and share knowledge; including the flexibility and professionalism to engage in discussions of controversial issues to summarize varying viewpoints to reach consensus.
  • Demonstrated superior abilities in research and analysis, written and oral communications, presentations, and document management including the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, and produce written products that clearly and logically convey complex information and ideas.
  • Experience developing policies and procedures, and multi-year strategic plans and schedules.
  • Skill in drafting crisis and consequence management and operational plans and procedures, and executing and supporting those plans.
  • Design, development, conduct/delivery and evaluation of national-level exercises and training.
  • Support to the development and strengthening of relationships between the IC Title 50 and non-Title 50 entities.
  • Expert knowledge of the National Exercise Program (NEP) and current experience planning, coordinating, conducting and preparing after action reports, including development of strategic objectives, evaluations, lessons learned, corrective actions, and development of the multi-year IC Exercise Schedule, in support of the NEP as it related to the IC, DoD, CJCS and other significant federal government exercise programs.
  • Expert knowledge and current experience of Communications/Information Technology (Comms/IT) infrastructure, policy, directives, and operations as they pertain to National, DOE, IC, Sensitive Compartmented Information programs and the National Security/Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) Communications, as well as CJCS EAP VOL 6.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, coordinate, and produce reports, respond to White House and other federal departments/agencies questions and concerns on emergency management or energy issues.
  • Be available to be on recall and/or on stand-by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week/365 days a year for National Security Emergencies, National and International Special Security Events, National, IC and DOE continuity alerts and activations, crisis incidents, incident management responses, other national response and recovery framework operations, and other activities as required by the Government.
  • Support to ongoing DOE and IC emergency response activities, to include watch center and alternate facility plans and procedures.
  • Maintenance of an effective vital records program, with special attention to Emergency Operating Records.
  • Alert Notification of individuals and teams and the effective and efficient transition to crisis team operations and processes.
  • Delivery of situational awareness and intelligence products that demonstrate DOE and IC collaboration and information sharing in support of National Response and Recovery Frameworks, Presidential Intelligence Priorities and the National Intelligence Priority Framework.
  • Execution of Records management throughout all phases of operation.
  • Ability to work shift-differentials between the hours of 7 PM to 6 PM, and off-normal hours.
  • Ability to provide guidance to a junior intelligence watch officer as needed.
Clearance
Requirements:
  • Must posses or have the ability to obtain Top Secret Clearance. 
Salary & Benefits: 
  • Salary is competitive and based upon experience.  
  • Summary of Benefits: health / dental / vision / retirement / education, etc.

Location:

Washington DC
Strativia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives for diversity.
Strativia in accordance with applicable law, does not discriminate in hiring or otherwise in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. EOE/AA/Vets
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Field Sales Engineers (Account Managers) - Industrial Distribution’S Big 50 Watch List Company

Our Client based in San Jose, Calif., is one of Inc.’s 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies and is the leading technical solutions provider for the technology, energy, life sciences, natural resources, and transportation industries. They focus on engineering services utilizing automation, fluid management, precision measurement, process heating, filtration, and fluid power products.
They are currently looking for Field Sales Engineers (Account Managers) with backgrounds in automation, heat trace, filtration, and process control arenas
They were recently recognized as one of the 25 Largest Private Companies in Silicon Valley by the Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal, as well as on Industrial Distribution’s Big 50 Watch List and Modern Distribution Management’s Top 40 Industrial Distributors list.
Experience:

  • Minimum of 4 + years of experience in at least one of the following industries (automation, heat trace, filtration, and process control)
  • These are all account manager roles where their focus is to grow existing accounts, so having long-term relationships with accounts is more important than being a hunter (All leads are qualified!)
  • Should be used to working with 200K plus sized accounts
  • Experience going deep into accounts
  • History of big wins
  • Stable work history (prefer currently employed)
Great Benefits:
ESOP (employee owned) at 10%, Full Med/Dent, (family of 4 will pay from 200-450 a month), Education reimbursement, and because they are employee owned they have clerks who have been with the company for 30 years who are now millionaires!
Compensation:
Base: Large range based on type of degree and years in the industry. Plus, Bonus
Territories:
1-Automation, (Southern California must live in LA or OC area)
1-Heat Trace, Salt Lake City, UT (will relo perfect candidates)
1-Filtration, Salt Lake City, UT (will relo perfect candidates)
1-Process Control expert working in the OEM sector, (Southern California can live in SD/OC/LA)
2 – Process Control Refinery, (Southern California must live in LA or OC area)

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Watch Desk Analysts

Solutions By Design II, LLC is seeking Watch Desk Analysts to join our team in support of our government customer in Stennis, MS.  Watch desk analysts are needed to staff a 24x7x365 Security Operations Center (SOC). Watchdesk Analyst are the eyes of the Security Operations Center - always looking for alerts and indicators that something is happening or about to happen. The USCIS SOC relies on numerous toolsets and appliances to protect data and systems. It is the Watchdesk’s job to take the information and alerts from these tools and build the incident so that the Incident Response Team can respond to the anomaly.
Responsibilities and
Requirements:

  • Provide Day to Day monitoring of security tools, initial incident triage, incident identification and initiate the incident response process. 
  • Watch desk analysts must possess customer service experience, should be able to multitask and give equal attention to a variety of functions while under pressure.
  • This position requires the ability to work a shift schedule.
  • Manage incident related ticketing within the USCIS Enterprise through the currently utilized Ticket Management System and DHS’s Enterprise Operation Center Online.
  • Monitors the USCISSOC and CSIRT mailboxes; Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and all additional SOC tool sets to create detailed Incident Reports: Identifying when possible, the effect and scope, what happened, where is originated from, timeframes, why it happened, how the system was vulnerable/ how the attack occurred, and the reason for the attack.
  • Recognize the importance of these incidents in relations to the team’s priorities, and determining the appropriate response to the contracted constituency.
  • Performance of analysis tasks (Artifact Analysis and Handling).
  • Understanding and identifying intruder techniques and the artifacts associated with the incident.
    • Risks and Threats to computers and networks
    • Security vulnerabilities/weaknesses and related attacks
    • Physical security issues
    • Host/System security issues
    • Network Security issues
    • Protocol design flaws
    • Malicious code
    • Implementation flaws
    • Configuration weaknesses
    • User errors
  • Must communicate effectively to the Watchdesk Lead, our contracted constituency and other external components. Most communication occurs through written word:
  • Email responses concerning incidents.
  • Documentation of event/ incident reports, vulnerabilities, and other technical information.
  • Security Policy Development
  • Security Awareness Training and Education
  • Follow all policies and procedures to ensure all information is protected and handled appropriately.
  • Must be a competent problem solver easily adapts to changing and fast paced work environment with the ability to cope with stress and work under pressure to address new situations and efficiently handle incidents guiding Team in:
    • Determining the relevance of the data to provide.
    • Identify what information is important, missing, or might be misinterpreted or incorrect.
    • Deciding how to handle the data.
    • Seek additional information from multiple resources.
    • Verify information through alternative methods.
  • US Citizenship Required
  • Candidate must have a currently Active DoD Secret Clearance to be considered for this position.
  • Applicant selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to highly sensitive information.
  • Security+CE certification preferred
  • Desired Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Required Years of Experience: 1-2

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Watch Officer

Overview: Directs and manages teams to solve client problems. Manages projects and tasks; applies intensive and diversified knowledge of technical and management principles. Makes decisions independently on problems and methods. Optimizes human resources needed in solving problems, estimating manpower required and schedules, and execution times. May have special skills in strategic planning, alignment, program integration, dispute resolution, statistical analysis, or training methods. Performs high level analysis, evaluation, integration, documentation, and implementation. May supervise team of employees and subcontractors through project completion. May coordinate the activities of others assigned to specific projects. May perform other duties as assigned.


Responsibilities:

  • Provide operational support to the Germantown AOC to include but not limited to: development/update/implementation of all Standard Operating Procedures, Books, Checklists and Policy Documents including the submission and tracking of monthly updates and reports.

  • Be the primary point of contact for all facilities maintenance actions.

  • Be the primary communications security point of contact custodian for the AOC. * Understand/Operate all equipment in the Germantown AOC to 100% readiness.

  • Support all meetings/VTC in A-040. * Conduct recurring communications/systems testing and troubleshooting as needed in Germantown AOC. * Understand/Operate all procedures and equipment in the Forrestal Executive Team Room to 100% for Emergency/Contingency situations to include but not limited to scheduling and conducting/managing unclassified/classified VTC's, voice conferencing and multiple video wall display system.

  • Support NA-44 Operations Center Division emergency management response team by contributing and participating in training, drills, exercises, and real world events as directed at the Germantown AOC or Forrestal Operations Center as needed.

  • Perform support tasks for a HQ Emergency Management Team or Nuclear Incident Team, as directed at the Germantown AOC or Forrestal Operations Center as needed.

  • Perform duties as a Watch Officer in the Forrestal Operations Center or Germantown AOC as needed.

  • Support NA-44 Emergency Operations Center Support functions as needed, including short-notice other than normal duty hours and during periods of "on-call" status.

  • After coordination with the Director, NA-44, provide support to other NA-40 offices as directed.

Qualifications:

  • Requires a Bachelor Degree in relevant field of study * 5+ years relevant experience required

  • Must be a US Citizen

  • Requires technical knowledge of the program work involved and the ability to use applicable analytical methods.

  • Advanced knowledge and abilities with Microsoft Office 7 (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook) * Ability to independently perform multiple tasks with dynamic priorities

Supervisory:


Provide technical direction to support staff. * * * ### Physical Demands: Position consists of sitting for long periods of time, using hands/fingers, handling, reaching with hands and arms, talking, hearing and seeing up close, at a distance, along the periphery, with depth perception and the ability to focus; occasional walking or standing, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, and lifting boxes weighing up to 30 pounds. Moderate to extended periods of office work with heavy periods of computer usage. May be assigned occasional to moderate periods of analytical tasks requiring extensive reasoning abilities. Travel is required. It is Katmai Government Services, LLC’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


Work Environment:


Work is primarily performed in a professional office setting, including the normal office equipment (e.g., computer, fax machines, copier) and with a wide variety of people in differing functions, personalities and abilities.


Work Schedule:


40 hours per week. May be required to work additional hours as needed to complete assignment or project.


Compliance:


*To be considered for this position, all applicants must apply on the company website, *http://www.katmaicorp.com/main-careerWe are a VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. * * Preference will be given to Ouzinkie Shareholders in accordance with Title 43 U.S. Code 1626(g) and Title 42 U.S. Code 2003 - 2(i). * * Executive Order 11246, as amended, protects applicants and employees from discrimination based on inquiring about, disclosing, or discussing their compensation or the compensation of other applicants or employees. * * Posters:Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law Poster:http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_e850f00b1b84447786ccd17214867984.pdfEEO Supplement Poster: http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_585f835735374d089a44ff899c84ccfb.pdfPay Transparency Poster: http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_6f7d4fb6d8ce457a87d9f38f9cfe580f.pdf Right to Work Poster: http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_84cb215622bf49b0ae03418b081847ad.pdfRight to Work Poster (Spanish): http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_cedd5daf5c5f433a8ac24f0e4829b91c.pdfE-Verify Poster: http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_cf68148e2b2d4e9abcadd71c6cfd1364.pdfE-Verify Poster (Spanish): http://media.wix.com/ugd/4c36fa_a404b42bb4ff4cb5ba848ab1524fc761.pdfID: 2015-1912 Job Location: US-MD-Germantown Category: Professional Division: Corporate Allocation Services Type: Regular Full-Time FLSA Status: an exempt


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Intelligence Watch Analyst

Description:

Be part of an exciting team dedicated to keeping America safe at home and abroad as an Intelligence Watch Analyst supporting a DHS 24/7/365 Watch Center in Washington, DC. Intelligence Watch Analysts are responsible for providing indications and warnings of threats directed against the Homeland and its assets abroad to Senior Leadership, analytical elements, the DHS National Operations Center (NOC), the DHS Intelligence Enterprise (IE), SLTT, the Intelligence Community (IC), and private sector stakeholders.

Qualified c

andidates must have a current TS with SCI eligibility security clearance. Current DHS Suitability is strongly preferred.

This position requires shift work. The Intelligence Watch Analyst will be responsible for: + Providing analytic support to a 24/7/365 Government Watch Center.

  • Maintaining awareness of current, relevant, and actionable intelligence.

  • Conducting current intelligence research and analysis across open-source and classified information platforms, focusing on indicators and warnings of threats, infrastructure protection, border security, and cybersecurity.

  • Identifying and assessing current and emerging threats and vulnerabilities as they relate to Homeland Security and its daily delivery to the Department's Chief Intelligence Officer

  • Maintaining operational awareness of key resources and flows of information.

  • Using IC-derived best practices to work independently on complex problems in all phases of the intelligence/law enforcement analysis.

  • Triaging intelligence and preparing analytical assessments to provide strategic and operational support to decision-makers.

  • Coordinating with DHS Component, SLTT, and IC members, as needed, on current intelligence and emerging threats.

  • Participating in multi-agency outreach activities between DHS and other members of the IC.

  • Interacting daily with Senior Leadership on various matters concerning branch duties and tasks.

  • Writing intelligence-related reports and summaries under tight timelines and strict guidelines. The position involves performing critical duties and responsibilities during crisis situations and contingency operations. Responsiveness to elevated threat levels may requires special consideration, such as temporary relocation and extended or rotational hours of work. The

preferred candidate will have the following:

  • Ability to work in 24/7/365 Watch Center environment + Exercise creative thinking and ideation to advance our business performance.

  • Deliver innovative, flexible, integrated solutions to meet the customer’s changing business needs.

  • Strong professional writing skills

  • Ability to query a variety of intelligence data sources, repositories.

  • Ability to learn new tools easily.

  • Strong ability to communicate orally and in writing to audiences at all levels.

  • Experience conducting research/data mining in intelligence databases.

  • Strong ability to collaborate well with others

  • Experience and/or education indicates knowledge of one or more intelligence topics pertaining to Homeland Security, including (but not limited to) the intelligence cycle, counterterrorism, infrastructure protection, threat monitoring, cybersecurity, border security.

  • Previous shift work experience in support of a 24/7/365 Watch Center.

  • Knowledge of DHS systems and databases.

Requirements:


Requirements: Applicant must be able to work a shift schedule. Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in the following competencies: 1) initiative, 2) attention to detail), 3) interpersonal skills, 4) oral and writing communication, and 5) problem solving. Applicants should possess basic to intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Suite software and a basic understanding of the DHS Mission, the National Watchlisting Mission, the National Strategy for Information Sharing, Criminal Intelligence Systems, Operating Policies (28 CFR Part 23), Executive Order 12333, the Intelligence Community, the intelligence cycle, and intelligence disciplines (Human Intelligence, Measurement and signature Intelligence, Geospatial Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, and Open Source Intelligence).

Education and Experience: Mid-Level Intelligence Watch Analyst: + At least 7 years of related experience;

OR a Bachelor’s degree with at least 4 years of related experience;

OR a Master's degree with at least 3 years of related experience. Senior-Level Intelligence Watch Analyst: + Bachelor’s degree with at least 8 years of related experience;

OR a Master's degree with at least 7 years of related experience. Qualifying candidates must have a current TS with SCI eligibility security clearance. Current DHS Suitability is strongly preferred.

About The Organization: Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc. (Sotera) is an agile, mid-size national security technology company that delivers innovative systems, solutions and services in support of the critical missions of the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and federal law enforcement agencies charged with ensuring the safety and security of our nation. Our 1,200 employees are focused on delivering essential counterterrorism, cyber operations, intelligence, data analytics, C4ISR and force mobility solutions to our customers throughout the national security community. Sotera Defense Solutions is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a position with Sotera through its online applicant system, please contact Sotera’s recruiting team at .

ID2017-9580

Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington DC

Posted Date6/19/2017

CategoryIntelligence

ClearanceTS/SCI


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Intelligence Watch Officer

Position Description / Summary of Duties:


Desired Start Date:Immediate Sourcing for Full-Time Proposal Candidate Presentations

Desired Education Level: Bachelors in Business (Masters desirable) A minimum of 4 years of experience performing the qualifications associated with this position. This experience may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military experience.

  • One year of prior intelligence watch experience.

  • Experience in intelligence programs or projects with emphasis in large intelligence operations of complex proportions; project development from inception to deployment; skilled in management and control of contract/program funds and resources; demonstrated capability in managing multi-task contracts/projects and/or subcontracts of various complexity and/or multiple contracts.

  • General experience includes increasing responsibilities within the discipline and/or management and interactions with senior-level government personnel.

  • Excellent program management, business, and problem-solving skills.

  • Have knowledge of government programs to manage the program.

  • Demonstrated evidence of oral and written communication skills, conflict resolution techniques.

  • Proven ability to perform under pressure to meet tight deadlines, and work effectively with tact and discretion with federal and contractor senior management, guests and senior decision-makers internally and externally.

  • Strong oral communications skills and the ability to effectively brief various IC officials and senior DOE officials on a daily basis.

  • Proven track record working in a fast paced environment while multitasking (multiple phone calls, cable traffic/electronic mail monitoring, tasking from various Government agencies, etc.). * Demonstrated experience in the following areas: All source information including HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, Open Source, and ELINT. * Familiarity with the functions, policy, and responsibility of the DOE-IN. * Knowledge of the Intelligence Community. Expert specialized knowledge of the capabilities and operations of the US Intelligence Community. Ability to state intelligence requirements, research intelligence databases, interact with intelligence agencies to obtain intelligence products or services. Has a broad background and comprehensive experience in intelligence techniques and operations and the ability to apply this knowledge to problems related to incoming intelligence and national security information. Experience coordinating with various U.S. Government agencies relating to intelligence, foreign policy, and or law enforcement issues.

  • Skill in intelligence research, analysis, and production. The incumbent has a thorough understanding of principles and techniques employed in intelligence collection, processing, production, and dissemination, as well as the analytical techniques used to develop finished intelligence reports assessments. Ability to research, assemble, write, and edit quality control intelligence reports, assessments, and briefing books for senior level personnel at a high standard of quality.

  • Expertise in control, processing and distribution of sensitive intelligence and national security information. The incumbent must have extensive experience in information dissemination operations. He/she must have expert level knowledge of information distribution and classified material control practices as defined in DOE, Intelligence Community, and other pertinent directives.

  • Thorough understanding of the role of the DOE and skill in representing Departmental positions and maintaining liaison with senior officials internal and external to the Department. The incumbent must have knowledge of DOE missions, functions, and organization. The incumbent must have expert knowledge of international economics, political affairs, enforcement and terrorism issues as they relate to the DOE and the IC. * Familiarity with the operation of intelligence and national security communications systems. The incumbent must have knowledge of a wide range of telecommunications concepts, principles, and practices to accomplish work processes using voice, data and telecommunications devices. The incumbent must have comprehensive knowledge of Telecommunications and Information Systems, Local Area Networks, Secure Internet networks, Intelligence Community networks, DODIIS AMHS JWICS messaging systems, Facsimile systems, Secure Telephone systems Reproduction equipment (copiers, scanners, VCR, DVD-R's) and Video Teleconferencing equipment (SVTS, JWICS, net meeting). * Ability to execute emergency procedures and support senior leadership during crisis situations. The incumbent must have a comprehensive knowledge of IN and DOE continuity of operations planning and emergency response procedures.

  • Communicates orally and in writing in a clear, precise and persuasive manner.

  • Able to contribute to development and implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and improved business practices with an eye to professionalizing Intelligence Operations Center operations and ensuring high standards of efficiency and accuracy.

  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal, organization, and problem-solving skills, including superior ability to work effectively both independently and in a team or collaborative environment.

  • Demonstrated high-level of expertise in the use of business processes and Microsoft Office Products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint, and Access). * Significant knowledge and current experience with the Intelligence Community, including DOE-IN, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. * Knowledge of broad strategic issues and challenges facing the operational capabilities of DOE and the IC, as well as the intelligence cycle of the U.S. Government and the U.S. foreign and national security policy communities.

  • Ability to be proactive in developing innovative ideas and communicating them to all government staff.

  • Demonstrated skill in identifying issues, delineating obstacles, and developing option to address them in order to achieve a satisfactory outcome.

  • Demonstrated adaptability and flexibility to perform a wide range of tasks and collaborate with many different offices across DOE, the IC, and the U.S. Government.

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate across all levels, build relationships, and share knowledge; including the flexibility and professionalism to engage in discussions of controversial issues to summarize varying viewpoints to reach consensus.

  • Demonstrated superior abilities in research and analysis, written and oral communications, presentations, and document management including the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, and produce written products that clearly and logically convey complex information and ideas.

  • Experience developing policies and procedures, and multi-year strategic plans and schedules.

  • Skill in drafting crisis and consequence management and operational plans and procedures, and executing and supporting those plans.

  • Design, development, conduct/delivery and evaluation of national-level exercises and training.

  • Support to the development and strengthening of relationships between the IC Title 50 and non-Title 50 entities.

  • Expert knowledge of the National Exercise Program (NEP) and current experience planning, coordinating, conducting and preparing after action reports, including development of strategic objectives, evaluations, lessons learned, corrective actions, and development of the multi-year IC Exercise Schedule, in support of the NEP as it related to the IC, DoD, CJCS and other significant federal government exercise programs.

  • Expert knowledge and current experience of Communications/Information Technology (Comms/IT) infrastructure, policy, directives, and operations as they pertain to National, DOE, IC, Sensitive Compartmented Information programs and the National Security/Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) Communications, as well as CJCS EAP VOL 6. * Demonstrated ability to develop, coordinate, and produce reports, respond to White House and other federal departments/agencies questions and concerns on emergency management or energy issues.

  • Be available to be on recall and/or on stand-by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week/365 days a year for National Security Emergencies, National and International Special Security Events, National, IC and DOE continuity alerts and activations, crisis incidents, incident management responses, other national response and recovery framework operations, and other activities as required by the Government.

  • Support to ongoing DOE and IC emergency response activities, to include watch center and alternate facility plans and procedures.

  • Maintenance of an effective vital records program, with special attention to Emergency Operating Records

  • Alert Notification of individuals and teams and the effective and efficient transition to crisis team operations and processes.

  • Delivery of situational awareness and intelligence products that demonstrate DOE and IC collaboration and information sharing in support of National Response and Recovery Frameworks, Presidential Intelligence Priorities and the National Intelligence Priority Framework.

  • Execution of Records management throughout all phases of operation.

  • Ability to work shift-differentials between the hours of 7 PM to 6 PM, and off-normal hours.

  • Ability to provide guidance to a junior intelligence watch officer as needed.

Duties: * Support 24x7 IOC activities, as deemed appropriate by the Government

  • Perform as Emergency Essential personnel.

  • Remain on duty until appropriately relieved.

  • Mobilize to report to designated alternate facilities local and remote and execute assigned duties for potentially extended periods of time during emergency situations (actual or exercises). * Maintain the ability to operate the alternate facilities and demonstrate this ability upon request of the Government (actual or exercises). * Provide current intelligence information to IN leadership via notification reports, situation reports, and preparation of read books and National Security Council (NSC) books.

  • Brief IN senior officials and, as authorized, DOE Department principals on current intelligence issues and late breaking developments.

  • Receive, transmit, control, and distribute critical documents for senior leadership

  • Operate intelligence and national security information systems; serve as the Department's link with the U.S. Intelligence Community for time-sensitive activities.

  • Provide support assistance to senior DOE officials during international travel.

  • Develop processes for and carry out procedures related to maintenance of Intelligence Operations Center equipment or documentation, e.g. maintenance of Intelligence Operations Center emergency deployment kits or updating of Departmental emergency phone lists.

  • Support special projects and additional tasks in response to emergent needs.

  • Conduct research and analysis of complex operational issues and distribute information from intelligence, operations, and open sources.

  • Ensure that briefings, read-books, papers, responses to questions, coordination of articles, desk-notes, information papers, and slides are delivered in a timely, accurate and focused way in support of wider DOE operations. Print, distribute and review read books, ensuring a high standard of accuracy and proper writing style.

  • Provide Document Control management by ensuring all documents entering or exiting the IOC are controlled through proper logging, digitizing and storing. Approve and enforce policies and practices regarding documents, including their organization and disposal. Maintain a document storage plan, which includes the short and long-term housing of physical records and digital information. Execute retention policy on the disposal of documents which are no longer required for operational reasons.

  • Assist the Senior Watch Officer (SWO), or designee, in the update of Standard Operating Procedures.

  • Ensure senior leadership-s hot button issues are monitored and tracked by creating, maintaining, updating and manipulating, intelligence data sets in various spreadsheets.

  • Provide Secure Video Teleconferencing support to Senior Leadership.

  • Maintain situational awareness of world events by monitoring intelligence and other USG reporting as well as Open Source reporting via classified and unclassified systems.

  • Communicate with IC partners to maintain awareness of issues which may be of interest and significance to DOE leadership.

  • Maintain a working knowledge of the DOE and IC organization and the priorities to effectively identify issues requiring/warranting executive attention.

  • Alert DOE-IN leadership of significant event which may require action by DOE or any of its components.

  • Forward relevant intelligence reporting to DOE-IN senior leadership.

  • Alert DOE-IN senior leadership to events and reporting of interest.

  • Receive and track National Security Council (NSC) meetings, agendas, and read-aheads.

  • Manage eWASH, WASHFAX, and associated Crisis Management System (CMS) operations

  • Act as the 24-hour intelligence point-of-contact (POC) for the DOE. * Act as the 24-hour POC for DOE-IN personnel in emergencies.

  • Monitor intelligence traffic utilizing DOE-IN-designated networks and databases.

  • Monitor and answer all commercial and secure phones related to the IOC. * Perform other situational awareness and communications facilitation functions, as required.

  • Perform guidance and on the job training as necessary for IOC Intelligence Watch Officers

  • Collaborate and crosstalk daily via phone and electronic mail with IC partners to maintain awareness of issues which may be of interest and significance to DOE leadership, and provide documentation of all activities and communications in the form of standardized log notes.

  • Update team personnel information and contact cards.

  • Act as the after-hour courier receiver for classified deliveries to DOE. * Conduct periodic local and out-of-area visits to interact with IC partners in support of IOC watch functions as required/time permits.

  • Perform other administrative and operational tasks which may be directed in order to ensure efficient operation of the IOC. * Perform various duties of the Executive Secretariat during non-business hours, as required.

APPLY ONLINE: Complete the secure online Employment Application Form and an EEO Self-Identity Form. Please note that you will need your resume in Word .doc, .rtf, or .pdf format Thank you for your interest in Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated, an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/D. Position: Full-Time Location: Washington, DC (DMV) Start Date: Immediate Sourcing Experience: 4 years


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Child Watch Attendant

The Child Watch Attendant provides quality care to children 12 weeks to 8 years of age who participate in the child-watch while their family is using the facility. The Child Watch Attendant is expected to emphasize member service, character development, mission statement, and to work with membership retention and promotion.

  • Contribute to the overall YMCA mission of healthy living, youth development and social responsibility.

  • Must maintain a safe environment for children.

  • Must interact with children on their level of understanding.

  • Must provide activities, arts and crafts, and YMCA approved curriculum.

  • Must follow good health practices including; changing diapers, washing hands, cleaning play surfaces and toys, and attending to runny noses and mouths, etc.

  • Greet each child and family as they arrive and leave.

  • Maintain records of children participating in program.

  • Must notify appropriate staff of any unsafe conditions, needed repairs, complaints, accidents, or injuries immediately.

  • Know and understand the child watch area for safety reasons along with emergency procedures of the building.

  • Responsible for injury/accident reporting procedures.

  • Current knowledge of all areas of training and certifications as well as YMCA of Greater Kansas City employee handbook.

  • Attend community functions and events to promote the YMCA, its mission and programs.

  • Maintain a safe, clean, and well organized area.

  • Able to reflect a positive image and attitude.

  • At least 16 years of age.

  • Certifications in Professional CPR/AED and First Aid.

  • Ability, desire, and basic skills to work with children.

  • Ability to relate to people on all levels in a friendly and consistent manner.

  • Able to reflect a positive attitude. Req No: 2017-2489 Mid: USD $9.57/Hr. Position Hours: 10-20 External Company URL: http://www.kansascityymca.org/

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Watch Engineer

Watch Engineer REF#:


27073 CBS BUSINESS UNIT:

CBS Television Network JOB TYPE: Full-Time Staff

JOB SCHEDULE: Full-Time

JOB LOCATION: New York, NY

ABOUT US: CBS was established in 1928, when founder William Paley purchased 16 independent radio stations and christened them the Columbia Broadcast System. Today, with more than 200 television stations and affiliates reaching virtually every home in the United States, CBS's total network lineup was watched by more than 130 million people a week during the 2012/2013 season.

The Network has the #1 drama/scripted program, NCIS; #1 sitcom, THE BIG BANG THEORY; #1 newsmagazine, 60 MINUTES; and #1 daytime drama, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS. Its programming arms include CBS Entertainment, CBS News and CBS Sports.

DESCRIPTION: Maintain the entire HV AC infrastructure at Broadcast Center, CBS occupied floors in the BMW & IFF buildings.

QUALIFICATIONS: Required: * Must have in depth knowledge of HV AC, Mechanical & Plumbing Systems. * NYC refrigeration License, EPA Universal & Technician Certification. Preferred: * Proficiency in the operations & function of Pneumatic Controls & BMS Systems.

EEO STATEMENT: Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled



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Seasonal FT Food Runner & Busser - Bay Watch Resort By Wyndham Vacation Rentals

Seasonal FT Food Runner & Busser - Bay Watch Resort by Wyndham Vacation Rentals

Description

Job Description: The Food Runner & Busperson will be responsible for assisting the servers in providing the highest quality service possible to guests courteously and efficiently while maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout the hours of operation. This individual must insure that all tables are kept clean and presentable with clean china, glassware, silverware and linen.

Physical requirements: + Flexible and long hours sometimes required.

  • Heavy work - Exerting up to 50 pounds of force frequently and/or 20 pounds constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

  • Ability to stand during entire shift.

General Requirements:

  • Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written, with all level of employees and guests in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service oriented manner.

  • Must be effective at listening to, understanding, and clarifying concerns raised by employees and guests.

  • Approach all encounters with guests and employees in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service-oriented manner.

  • Attend all resort required meetings and trainings.

  • Maintain regular attendance in compliance with Wyndham's Standards, as required by scheduling, which will vary according to the needs of the resort.

  • Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which includes wearing the proper uniform and nametag.

  • Perform other duties as requested by management.

  • Maintain a friendly and warm demeanor at all times.

Fundamental Requirements: + Employees must at all times be attentive, friendly, helpful and courteous to guests, managers and fellow employees.

  • Keep all work areas clean and properly stocked according to the current meal period.

  • Keep all tables cleaned and properly set according to property specific standards.

  • Break down trays of soiled dishes and linen in the dishroom area according to established standards.

  • Assist servers by delivering and refilling beverages, pre-bussing tables, and promptly resolving any guest requests.

  • Complete daily opening and closing duties and cleaning according to established side-work checklist.

  • Answer the phone in an attentive, courteous and efficient manner.

  • Assist fellow employees as needed throughout the shift.

  • Provide service to guests in waiter's absence as needed.

  • Maintain beverage levels in glasses/cups on table at least ¾ full at all times. (coffee, tea, soda, lemonade, and water).

  • Ensure overall guest satisfaction.

Qualifications

Education & Experience: Qualified candidates must be able to work week day evenings, weekends, holidays and some on-call hours . Candidates must be detail oriented and able to work independently.

  • Previous Food & Beverage experience preferred.

  • Able to work weekends, rotating shifts and holidays.

  • Ability to stand suring the entire shift.

  • Routinely required to bend, stoop, stand, walk.

  • Able to carry, lift and move objects weighing 50 pounds or less.

Job:

Food & Beverage

Primary Location: United States of America-South Carolina-North Myrtle Beach

Employee Status:

Temporary

Schedule: Full-time

Organization:

Wyndham Vacation Rentals NA

Job Posting:

Jun 20, 2017, 1:19:03 PM

Requisition ID: 1709494


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Engineer OF THE Watch

Description: Responsible for overseeing the maintenance on the riverboat and keeping the riverboat in compliance with USCG /ABSC regulations year round, completing quarterly inspections during the shift.


Requirements:

  • Must have a High school diploma or equivalent

  • Must have five or more years of experience working under the Engineer In Charge on this riverboat and/or equivalent marine experience.

  • Equivalent marine experience may include, but is not limited to: * (a) current or previously credentialed mariner having a QMED rating as long as the expired document is not older than ten years and was not revoked or suspended, * (b) qualified as a non-documented Oiler under the requirements of the U. S. Coast Guard prior to the Coast Guard transferring inspections to the State of Louisiana, * (c) previous qualified watch stander and supervisor of technicians aboard government or military vessels that was less than ten years ago, or * (d) Previous engineer of an uninspected vessel that was less than ten years ago.

  • Equivalent marine experience for items (c) and (d) must show knowledge of vessel systems comparable to those aboard the riverboat, team management, and general recordkeeping/administration, including inspecting for shipboard material condition and good housekeeping. References or other proof of successful completion of duties will be required.

  • Must have taken basic firefighting taught by local Fire Department

  • Must have completed the Engineer Of Watch Qualification Program

  • Must have strong leadership and team building skills.

  • Must be detailed oriented.

  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word.

  • Must be flexible to work varying time schedules as needed.

  • Able to read and interpret documents such as vessel schematics, blueprints, construction drawings and policy and procedure documents.

  • Able to understand Material Safety Data Sheet instructions and warnings

  • Ability to operate machinery, hand and power tools, emergency equipment, cleaning equipment

  • Able to communicate clearly and effectively over hand held radios.

  • Able to obtain/maintain any certifications/licenses.

Department: AB - Facilities Category: Marine Operations Position Code: AMPENWT01 Shif: Varied Status: Full Time


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