E3 Federal Solutions

Senior Watch Analysts (Homeland Security) HLSP9

US-VA-Alexandria
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-3754
# of Openings
1
Category
Protective Services

Overview

E3 Federal Solutions (E3) is an award winning Veteran Owned Business specializing in providing acquisition management, financial management, and program management support to the federal government. E3's strong understanding of federal acquisition, contract, financial management and program management organization (PMO) lifecycles paves the way for mature organizational processes, experienced resources, responsive management and proven management methodologies to meet and exceed client goals. Excellence, Integrity, Accountability, Community and Humility are the core values of E3 as we continue to strive in becoming a recognized leader in the management consulting community that both federal agencies and industry partners value doing business with. We are an organization that offers both our employees and clients an exceptional experience; our culture will be contagious, while always maintaining a genuine reputation.

Responsibilities

E3 Federal Solutions, LLC seeks Senior Watch Analyst for planning, managing, coordinating and executing the mission, functions and activities of an Incident Management Center (IMC) for a federal government client.

 

This position is located in Alexandria, VA (Bren Mar).

 

The Senior Watch Analyst performs and directs activities that involve formulating operational strategies for current operations and emergency response planning, determining critical information requirements, devising critical/crisis action management plans and training and analyzing and evaluating mobilization and other contingency operations requirements relative to timely, accurate, and actionable information to facilitate rapid mitigation or response to incidents involving security of Federal buildings.

 

Specifically, the Senior Watch Analyst performs the following daily work responsibilities:

 

  • Oversees and manages the IMC watch activities during assigned shifts to ensure 24/7 monitoring, collection, dissemination and alerting capability for the client.
  • Researches, analyzes and composes, edits and reviews IMC products.
  • Performs initial analysis of information on questions, issues, or events involving the nation's security of federal owned or leased buildings.
  • Manages and distributes the workload to ensure that the required reporting times are maintained and must provide operational guidance to the team members and shift leads.
  • Serves as an information source for IMC senior leadership as well as leadership on federal property matters by ensuring two-way information flow between the leadership groups and field elements.
  • Coordinates Watch and Warning functions and communication between leadership groups.
  • Provides time critical notifications and reporting to leadership and security partners via phone or internet based tools during developing incidents.
  • Analyzes and fuses intelligence from various networks and outlets and collaborates with working partners; disseminates information for situational awareness and brief senior leadership.
  • Responds to urgent and stressful security situations and communicates sensitive information verbally and in writing in a clear, concise and timely manner.
  • Oversees production and accuracy of situational awareness reports – situational awareness reports are generated when an incident or event has actual or potential impacts to critical infrastructure.
  • Serves as initial notification and provides a brief snapshot of current incident/event operations and operational impacts.
  • Coordinates distribution of situational awareness reports to Protective Security Officers (PSOs) and federal/public/private security partners.
  • Builds new or further develops existing relationships within the security community as well as other government and private sector security partners; establishes networks with partners to better facilitate information sharing and collaboration.
  • Conducts regular exercises for watch procedures and product development methods to identify and document training needs and areas for improvement for watch teams.
  • Aids with the development of new or modifications for current standard operating procedures and user guides for IMC Watch Operations and other functions within the Agency.
  • Facilitates and fosters an efficient, open and professional work environment with an emphasis on teamwork.

Qualifications

 

  • Bachelor's degree in a related discipline OR commensurate combination of education and technical training and equivalent related work experience.
  • Personnel must have a minimum of seven (7) years of related work experience within an Operations - Incident Management Center (ICM).
  • Must possess an active and current Top Secret/Special Compartmented Information (SCI) security clearance and be able to obtain and maintain a DHS Suitability clearance.
  • Personnel required to work weekends, nights and/or holidays on an as needed basis.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of national level policies, to include the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) and the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS).
  • Extensive knowledge of continuity of government operations (COOP), incident management, and incident response requirements, regulations and policies for verbal, written and internet based transmissions.
  • Mastery of the applications for a wide range of qualitative and quantitative analytic techniques for evaluating data.

 

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