Security Computer and Forensics Investigator – Case Control Officer - TS/SCI with Poly ( R-00041204 )
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Case Control Officers: receive, vet, evaluate, de-conflict, refer, and track insider threat, workplace violence, crisis, and other incidents; conduct inquiries into insider threat and other events; provide written reports or referrals to other investigative offices or entities; and perform other duties as assigned.
- Support the GPOC (i.e. C/SIIC) and team members assigned to SIIC, including those in the Case Control and Threat Management Branch, the Investigations Branch, and the Digital Forensics Branch.
- Intake, evaluate, vet, and refer incoming insider threat, workplace violence and crisis (WV&C), and related complaints and referrals for possible inquiry or investigation.
- Respond to Insider threat complaints and referrals.
- Assist the Threat Management Team in responding to WV&C complaints and referrals, when needed.
- Conduct investigative-sufficient inquiries and investigations into insider threat, WV&C, and related incidents.
- Operate the SII Case Management System (CMS), and provide cradle-to-grave tracking, de-confliction, coordination, disposition, and case closure for all insider threat, WV&C, and related complaints, referrals, inquiries, and investigations within the Agency.
- Operate the NGA Insider Threat Hotline.
- Generate timely and accurate memorandums and/or reports on metrics, system usage, complaint evaluations, reports of inquiry or investigation, and other reports as required.
- Brief Branch Chiefs, C/SIIC, SII management, and other NGA officials on inquiries, investigations, and special projects, as needed.
- Regularly participate in: NGA Insider Threat Case Control Working Group (ITCCWG) meetings; at least one session per quarter of Agency-level insider threat, CI, LE or security-related working groups; and at least two sessions per year of national-level Insider threat, CI, LE or security-related working groups.
- Remain current in all mandatory training and certifications; obtain supplemental training, when required
- Identify gaps in the program, processes, and capabilities; recommend solutions to address those gaps.
- Work closely with administrative and investigative partners, other Divisions, and other personnel assigned to NGA to accomplish the NGA mission.
- Perform other related duties as assigned by the GPOC.
- Demonstrated experience developing and delivering professional-level reports, memorandums, information, briefings, and/or recommendations that support inquiries and investigations of insider threats, workplace violence, crisis incidents, CI, and/or LE matters; and successful implementation of Government security requirements.
- Must have an active TS/SCI with a polygraph in order to be considered for this position.
Bachelor's degree or related professional experience in counterintelligence, criminal, fraud, administrative, computer forensics, criminal justice, technical (i.e. engineering), information technology, or similar fields.
Years of experience
A minimum of five (5) years' experience in the Intelligence Community, focused on detecting, recognizing, coordinating, and investigating (administrative, criminal, counterintelligence, personnel security, etc.) foreign threats, insider threats, criminal activities, workplace violence, crises, personnel security issues, and/or similar matters. A minimum of five (5) years' experience with investigative or analytical databases and tools (e.g. Federal agency law enforcement, CI, background investigation, badging, personnel, administrative, etc.).
Graduation from agent, investigator or police certification programs delivered by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy/Center (FLETA/FLETC), Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA), or other Federal or State equivalents. Five (5) years' experience in successfully coordinating investigations or inquiries across Federal and/or State agencies. Five (5) years' experience in successfully conducting law enforcement, CI or cyber intelligence analysis. Five (5) years' experience in successfully conducting computer forensic analysis after successfully obtaining a Federal-level certification in that field.External Referral Bonus:IneligiblePotential for Telework:NoClearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI with PolygraphTravel:Yes, 10% of the timeScheduled Weekly Hours:40Shift:DayRequisition Category:ProfessionalJob Family:Info SecurityPay Range: