$80K — $100K *
The Action Officer provides Director’s Action Group (DAG) support in accordance with established organization/office policies, regulations, and procedures. The Action Officer directs and oversees the receipt, tasking, tracking and closure of all internal and external tasks. The Action Officer manages the action tracking system. The Action Officer establishes and maintains effective working relationships with customers and other stakeholders of the offices both internally and externally.
Contractor personnel at this level shall be able to perform all of the tasks and have the skill set of an Intermediate, at minimum. The Action Officer will:
Provide senior executive level staff support to the Director, Deputy Directors, Chief of Staff, and the Leadership Team for assigned actions.
Review Intelligence Community (IC) policy documents, and provide highlights of pertinent sections to Leadership and other members of the leadership team.
Prepare Directors Action Group (DAG) response shells for actions assigned to external groups. Report on action item status at the appropriate meetings.
Schedule, coordinate, provide logistical support for, and help prepare presentations/briefings for senior staff meetings and reviews, as directed.
Draft and edit executive correspondence. Synthesize information received from leadership into a directorate level response to create communications and business documentation. Provide technical review and/or prepare all correspondence packages (both internal and external) ensuring adherence to agency administrative standards, technical accuracy, completeness, consistency, proper classification, and relevance of responses .
Prepare, maintain , and present directorate communication s and business documentation including: overview briefings , Year-in-Review, Weekly Activity Reports, bi-weekly publications, all-hands and off-site agendas and briefings; input to the agency town hall meetings, congressional testimony , and similar activities.
Create and maintain directorate SharePoint site content for currency, accuracy, and relevance.
Maintain annual directorate governance policy and implement the AS&T governance processes. Support the annual preparation of the statement of assurance. Support directorate responsibilities related to agency strategic decision framework and continuity of operations.
Track, maintain, and manage a Government provided database Tracking Information and Enterprise Response (TIER) of AS&T actions items. Research, create, and draft responses. Assign, coordinate, consolidate and evaluate responses to prepare a polished , timely, and accurate products. Maintain historic files of previous responses to inform the updating or crafting of responses to future related TIER actions. Maintain TIER distribution groups to ensure TIER user groups are up to date and actions are completed in a timely manner.
Provide protocol support, oversight, and management for directorate sponsored distinguished visitors and those assigned by agency protocol. Propose, coordinate, and publish the agenda. Submit distinguished visitor TIER requests for cross-tower support/coordination. Review briefing slides for format, consistency, and content. Provide administrative support from visit request to completion. Maintain and update directorate distinguished visitors checklist. Report historic visitor trend analysis annually.
Bachelor’s Degree in a Technical or Business related discipline (Advance Degree preferred) with at least 10 years of relevant experience within any Government agency or 5 years within IC or DoD, or an Associate’s Degree in any discipline and 10 years within IC or DoD, or 5 years within the NRO.
Active TS/SCI w/Polygraph
Valid through: 4/2/2021
$150K — $200K