Dec 30, 2019Full time
Job Description Position Description The Policy Analyst serves in a key position supporting implementation and initial operational use of a defensive cyber operations system. Ideal candidates have specific experience as a Policy Analyst with the U.S. government or large company where they have focused on development of policy for counterintelligence activities, operations security (OPSEC) programs, defense cyber operations, or technical intelligence activities. Under the direction of the Operations Integration Lead and in conjunction with the client’s Plans and Policy Team, the Policy Analyst Policy Analyst Duties Serves as the sole Policy Analyst for an emerging cyber security platform and maintains a firm knowledge of evolving US Government cyberspace policy, strategy, and doctrine. Collaborates with Program Manager, Program Executive Office, legal office personnel, and other policy analysts at the client site and across the platform’s user community to perform a variety of strategic planning and program management related functions to include: identify and align National, DoD, and client strategies for the project; review cyber and intelligence policies, processes and procedures; conduct program review and analysis; staffing of external and internal documents for Program Manager, Executive Director, and Program Executive Officer review and approval; generate analytical reports; monitor memoranda of agreement/understanding; and identification and analysis of any future policy issues that may affect system operations Desired Experience Examples of specialized experience would typically include, but are not limited to the following: Minimum 10 years of experience serving as a cyberspace policy analyst with knowledge of joint cyberspace policies Experience with conducting research and analysis and contributing to the coordination of strategy, policy, and doctrine for cyberspace operations Experience with developing reports and briefings on policy, strategy, and doctrine activities Experience with analyzing policies on cyberspace issues and research authorities, concerns, and equities to ensure accurate representation to project stakeholders REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Bachelor's degree and 10 years of experience, with preference in one of the following fields or related studies: Cyber Policy, Business, Law, International Affairs Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with competing priorities Strong interpersonal skills Must possess a TOP SECRET clearance at time of hire, with SCI eligibility Desired Skills: Superior organizational skills to analyze, develop, and deliver detailed reports meeting tight suspense windows. Strong attention to detail and ability to prepare documents for executive review with limited direction. Ability to work multiple tasks and flexibility to adapt to dynamic work environment to meet organizational and higher headquarters’ tasks and staff actions. Awareness of information mapping tools (e.g. Analyst Notebook, Management Pro, DoView, Mind Manager, TheBrain) that facilitate the generation, visualization, structure, and classification of organization information. COMPETENCIES Communications: Writing and speaking skills to enable effective communication and understanding of complex and technical program issues. Experience implementing and managing organizational goals and objectives aligning with a strategic planning program. Demonstrated ability to assess organizational capabilities for advancing established goals and objectives, identifying shortfalls, and recommending corrective actions. Experience with DoD (Air Force Preferred) processes and procedures for preparing and coordinating program staff actions for agency review and consolidating comments for executive decision or action. Capability to plan and coordinate activities involving national cyber security initiatives to determine appropriate policy and procedures in relation to current tasking and issues. Task management experience and experience with the development and reporting of performance measures to evaluate projects is a plus. Customer Service : Engage with diverse group of Government and commercial employees, management, internal & external customers and operational users; Problem Solving: Collaborating with project leadership and community users in formulating and developing training program needs and identifying new requirements; Identify training needs, develops findings, and make training recommendations; TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS Local off-site travel up to 1x per week within the Washington, DC area to include but not limited to Fort Meade, Maryland; Pentagon, Virginia; Quantico, Virginia; Chantilly, Virginia; and Arlington, Virginia What We Can Offer You: - We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. - Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. - We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. - We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. - For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.