The Defense and Intelligence Group of Leidos has a Security Analyst position in Bethesda, MD.
1) Preparation and execution of IC and NT-50 CI and security program development;
2) Lead, plan, and conduct meetings with senior PAC and Sponsor leaders to provide advice, guidance, and structured recommendations on matters relating to SecEA personnel security policies, standards, and procedures.
3) Performi CI and security research on topics of interest to Sponsor; and
4) Support to the Suitability and Security Clearance Performance Accountability Council (PAC) Program Management Office (PMO) and represent Sponsor on interagency working groups and forums.
10 years or High School/GED + 8 years or Associate + 6 years or Bachelors + 4 years or Masters + 2 years or Doctorate (PhD)
Currently possess an active Poly.
Applicable Degrees Counterintelligence, Insider Threat, Government, Library Science, Politics, Political Science, or Security
• Minimum three (3) years of experience planning, preparation, and presentation of high level briefings, position papers, policy documentation, reports, and other information to IC, Federal Partners, and other major stakeholders on issues related to personnel security policies and standards. These three (3) years must be concurrent with requisite years of experience.
• Demonstrated experience supporting IC personnel security policy and program management.
• Experience assisting the planning, development, and advancement of a broad range of Security Executive Agency (SecEA) personnel security policies, processes, and procedures and communicate this information across the USG and Intelligence Community (IC).
• Expert knowledge of personnel security and/or counterintelligence, as well as applicable federal laws, Presidential Directives, Executive Orders, and Intelligence Directives.
• Expert knowledge of and superior ability to develop and coordinate Security Executive Agent, IC and related USG personnel security policies, directives, and standard operating procedures.
• Demonstrated ability to anticipate issues relevant to the IC and United States Government and recommend/implement needed actions.
• Demonstrated written and oral communication skills and a superior ability to articulate complex national and intelligence issues to a wide audience, including the ability to develop policy products for the senior USG officials.