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OSAC Programs, Partnerships & Policy Manager - Management Analyst 1

The Tatitlek Corporation
Arlington, VA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

This position is located in the DS/DSS Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) Program Office, Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DSS), U.S. Department of State. OSAC is a partnership between the U.S. Department of State and private-sector security community that enables the safe operations of U.S. organizations overseas through threat alerts, analysis, and peer network groups. The OSAC Program Office is headquartered in Washington, DC and is overseen by a 34-member public-private Council. OSAC membership includes 5,400+ member organizations and 18,000+ individual members from corporate, non-profit, academic, and faith-based groups of every size, all with overseas operations and personnel who are exposed to ever-evolving security issues. The OSAC community collaborates in regional- and sector-specific committees to keep members informed, connected, and better equipped to manage complex security challenges around the world.

This position is on the Programs, Partnerships & Policy Team in the OSAC Program Office.

 

Major Duties & Responsibilities

 

1) Facilitate public-private partnerships between private sector security officials with other private sector entities and with US government security officials by interfacing with OSAC members on an ongoing basis to manage assigned projects in accordance with established standards, program plans, office objectives and guidelines.

2) Consulting on OSAC programs and networks to assist OSAC private sector members navigate international security issues and environments.

3) Tracking and monitoring geopolitical developments in assigned region of the world.

4) Drafting and reviewing reports and other products intended for release to private sector members to ensure technical merit, style, and content reflect the highest quality.

5) Developing meeting/event agendas in coordination with managers, private sector colleagues and conducting outreach to prospective speakers.

6) Conducting all aspects of planning and preparation for events/meeting facilitation as required (both in-person and virtual) using various communications and event planning platforms.

7) Editorial, database, administrative and public outreach tasks, such as oversight of external communications platforms, responding to public or constituent inquiries, working with OSAC staff on specialized outreach projects, compiling and creating statistics, and presenting on OSAC programs at informational meetings

8) Ensuring the delivery of robust customer support, including technical assistance, troubleshooting, to promote the effective implementation of OSAC Programs.

9) Maintaining authoritative knowledge of all aspects of the assigned portfolio.

10) Maintaining all required documentation.

 

 

Professional Qualifications/Skills

 

· Must be a US citizen with a valid US passport and possess or obtain/maintain a minimum a SECRET clearance;

· Associates Bachelors degree and 2 years’ experience. Preferred Bachelor’s degrees include political science, a regional concentration, international security, business administration, communications, or related discipline that includes elements concerning foreign affairs principles, the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data.

· Must possess excellent command of the English language and excellent writing skills.

· Strong public speaking skills to groups of all sizes.

· Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft applications (MS Word, PowerPoint, Teams and Excel).

· Maintains professional competence and specialized knowledge base by keeping abreast of emerging themes and best practices.

· Knowledge of and skill in applying analytical and evaluate techniques in order to plan, schedule and conduct studies and analyses of management functions or programs combined with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy.

· Knowledge of substantive programs, goals, pertinent laws, and policies in order to analyze and assemble information; and knowledge of management and organizational techniques, systems and procedures to perform analytical studies.

· Department of State experience preferred.

 

Other

 

The Management Analyst 1 will conduct duties and responsibilities in accordance with Department and DSS policies and applicable security regulations. The selected candidate will occupy a trusted position that requires analytical and specialized technical skills, which will enable the Management Analyst to perform all aspects of the job in a thorough and timely manner. The Management Analyst will exercise independent judgment, as well as a high degree of problem-solving ability within the scope of work. The Management Analyst will work closely with OSAC Team Leads, OSAC colleagues, Regional Security Officers, and other DSS personnel. Depending on team of assignment, the Management analyst will foster productive relationships and collaborations with private sector colleagues, maintain awareness of geopolitical events, and identify effective networks and initiatives for OSAC members and U.S. private sector organizations to enable OSAC to meet its mission.

The Management Analyst will report to the Team Lead Programs, Partnerships & Policy.

 

ADDITIONAL QUALIFYING FACTORS:

 

As a condition of employment, must pass a pre-employment drug screening, as well as have acceptable reference and background check results.

 

In accordance with Executive Order 14042, a candidate for this position may be required to provide proof of vaccination status for COVID-19 and will be subject to the provisions and/or exceptions of EO 14042 and applicable law.

 

The Tatitlek Corporation gives hiring, promotion, training and retention preference to Tatitlek shareholders, shareholder descendants and shareholder spouses who meet the minimum qualifications for the job.

 

 

As an equal opportunity employer, The Tatitlek Corporation recognizes that our strength lies in our people. Discrimination and all unlawful harassment, including sexual harassment, in employment is not tolerated. We encourage success based on our individual merits and abilities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status, citizenship status, military status, protected veteran status or employment. We support and obey laws that prohibit discrimination everywhere we do business.

 

Company Description
Our company’s roots are in the Alaska Native Village of Tatitlek, located in beautiful Prince William Sound. We are a diverse company providing values-based services and products to our customers while ensuring stewardship of our assets and connection to our lands. We strive to bridge the traditions of our village with global economic opportunity to enhance the quality of life for our people. We are committed to increasing the presence and effectiveness of Alaska Native leadership, as well as fulfilling the goal of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to empower the economic self-determination of Alaska Natives.

The Tatitlek Corporation

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Our company’s roots are in the Alaska Native Village of Tatitlek, located in beautiful Prince William Sound. We are a diverse company providing values-based services and products to our customers while ensuring stewardship of our assets and connection to our lands. We strive to bridge the traditions of our village with global economic opportunity to enhance the quality of life for our people. We are committed to increasing the presence and effectiveness of Alaska Native leadership, as well as fulfilling the goal of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to empower the economic self-determination of Alaska Natives.

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Arlington, VA
USA

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