The NISC III program within the Civil group at Leidos is seeking a Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS) Analyst with a current active Top Secret clearance to support the FAA customer.
In this role you will be providing planning and support for implementation and interagency coordination of operational integration of Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS) and policy in the National Airspace System (NAS).
Primary Responsibilities for the position include:
- Review C-UAS coordination artifacts provided by departments, agencies and installations for suitability in meeting established objective standards.
- Work closely with established points of contact within the department/agency/installation to resolve any discrepancies.
- Attend meetings with department-level staff and FAA leadership to communicate status.
- Other duties as assigned.
TYPICAL EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Typically requires a BA degree and 15+ years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 13+ years of prior relevant experience.
- Experience with integrating operational procedures for related security measures with multiple Inter-agencies. This would include coordination and information exchange between Federal, State and Local agencies for the prevention, interdiction and deterrence of C-UAS activities.
- Ability to understand documentation as it pertains to C-UAS. Typical documents include Concept of Operations/Employment; Tactics, Techniques and Procedures, Training plans, and public outreach plans.
- Must possess a current active Top Secret clearance with the ability to obtain a Top Secret/SCI clearance.
- Ability to understand an established workflow for coordinating between the FAA and its Federal partners.
- Ability to understand the safety and security implications to the National Airspace System (NAS) of UAS and C-UAS technologies.
- Ability to understand and envision how C-UAS technologies can be integrated into the NAS and effectively communicate this vision.
- Experience working with at least one of the FAA's Federal partners (DOD, DOE, DHS, DOJ).
- Skill in communicating at the senior leadership level within the FAA and its Federal partners.
- Experience within the aviation sector, preferably with the FAA.
- Ability to adapt to rapidly evolving technology and incidents that may impact deadlines unexpectedly.
- Experience with Microsoft Office
- Excellent oral and written communication skills ability to handle multiple tasking and deadlines