***OPEN UNTIL FILLED: This announcement will be open until the position is filled. Cut off points are scheduled in two-week increments. After each cut-off point, all compliant applications received during the previous two weeks will be reviewed for consideration.***
The Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition, Technology, and Facilities (ADNI/AT&F) ensures U.S. intelligence superiority by enabling the identification, development, and timely fielding of breakthrough capabilities, innovatively applying advanced technologies and acquisition excellence. DDNI/AT&F is the Intelligence Community (IC) catalyst for technical innovation, responsive stewardship, and acquisition excellence addressing the key intelligence challenges by leading advanced research and development focusing on disruptive technology leaps, integrating the IC Science and Technology (S&T) enterprise, developing and evaluating an IC-wide, end-to-end collection architecture to promote innovation and responsible financial stewardship, and establishing and maintaining an agile and transparent best-practice environment that promotes IC acquisition success.
Major Duties and Responsibilities (MDRs)
Plan and implement activities in support of the identification and synthesis of future technology trends to guide IC S&T investments and develop periodic reports for the IC.
Manage the collection and evaluation of, and advocate for, new innovative technology concepts to enhance operations and mitigate mission gaps across the IC.
Manage the identification and review of substantive science and technology intelligence developments in coordination with the NISTC, and inform management and staff of emerging developments related to the S&T programmatic initiatives.
Represent the organization at meetings, conferences, and other public forums to foster and cultivate strategic alliances with other IC components.
Prepare a broad range of products to include substantive findings, reports, briefing papers, and other communication vehicles; provide advice on policies and procedures governing S&T intelligence information.
Develop and sustain professional networks; conduct outreach and build coalitions across the IC and in operational and analytic communities.
Support year round Intelligence Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (IPPBE) activities with the IC elements that will inform senior decision makers on key S&T issues.
Assist in development of substantive evaluations of the S&T implications of the Unified Intelligence Strategies and support development of IPPBE engagement strategies.
Plan, evaluate, and prepare estimates of the technical maturity of key technologies used in IC acquisition programs.
Utilize a variety of methodological tools and approaches to depict a complex and significant S&T issues and incorporate findings into well-crafted, sophisticated products.
Mandatory and Educational Requirements
Ability to understand and apply new scientific and technical advances from a range of technical disciplines.
Knowledge and experience with the IC's technology community, including research and development entities, and broad understanding of the organizations, missions and functions, and operating practices of the IC.
Demonstrated oral and written communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with peers and stakeholders from across the IC and Department of Defense.
Ability to resolve problems involving both technology and complex human relations or programmatic issues.
Knowledge and experience with work of special significance or significant direct effects over a wide region especially critical to the IC programs.
Ability to lead and promote the development and use of a broad range of methodological tools and approaches to research, analyze, and present data (modeling, link analysis, or software).
Ability to lead and promote the development and use of a broad range of methodological tools and approaches to research, analyze, and present data (modeling, link analysis, graphics, or software).
Demonstrated ability to work within a wide area of responsibility carried out under administrative direction in terms of broad agency policies, objectives, and mission statements.
Experience: At least two years of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the occupation. Education: Bachelor's degree in communications or closely related discipline.
Applicants from Federal Agencies outside the IC, please visit www.dni.gov and search the vacancy number for directions on how to apply to this vacancy.
What To Expect Next
The most highly qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interview. We expect to make a selection within 30 days of the closing date of this announcement. Due to the large number of applications received, applicants will be contacted ONLY if they have been selected for an interview.
APPLICATION PROCESS: 1. IC employees must apply by the vacancy close date. The IC employee application should include the following... a. A brief (two-page limit) candidate resume or biographical summary. b. A short narrative describing the applicant's qualifications (general and specific) for the joint duty rotational assignment.
2. Consistent with IC Standard 601-1, IC employees must be nominated by their employing (home) element within 10 days of the vacancy close date in order to be considered by the gaining element. Please contact your employing element's Joint Duty Program Office for nomination procedures as some agencies may require written supervisory endorsement at the time of application. IC Element Joint Duty Program Office contact info can be found at: https://jointduty.dni.ic.gov/Contacts.aspx
Any application sent directly by an IC employee to the gaining element will not be considered.
ODNI Recruitment Team B 301-243-0736 Recruitment_TeamB@dni.gov
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