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Minimum Qualifications Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university or one recognized by the New York State Education Department as following accepted educational practices AND have two years of experience in intelligence analysis or in conducting homeland security, counter terrorism or emergency preparedness analysis and assessment in a law enforcement, intelligence, homeland security, emergency management or response organization. A master’s degree may substitute for one year of the experience.
Duties Description • Develop, implement, evaluate and analyze New York State’s Red Team Initiative. Through real time exercise, Red Team activities identify strengths and gaps in New York State’s suspicious activity reporting programs, and New York State’s security and counter terrorism posture.
• Coordinate and conduct outreach regarding suspicious activity reporting programs to the public and private sector and target audiences. Suspicious activity reporting programs support the early recognition and reporting of potential terrorist activity to the New York State Intelligence Center (NYSIC) and law enforcement.
• Conduct analysis on identified topics or program areas to evaluate New York State’s security and counter terrorism posture, and provide findings, both in written and presentation form, to executive staff and other audiences as requested.
• Conduct comprehensive research on select homeland security/public security policy trends at the state, federal and international levels interacting extensively with agency representatives, subject-matter experts, advisory services and legal resources as relevant. Draft preliminary reports, recommendations and alternatives based on gathered information.
• Plan, organize and conduct analytical studies involving the development and implementation of major agency projects and initiatives. Develop gap and risk analyses, documenting current, expected and required resources for management review/approval.
• Draft correspondence policy, white papers, standards, bulletins, advisories, progress reports and study results on targeted topics.
• Represent the agency at conferences, meetings and in program reviews as appropriate.
• Support the development of project plans, deliverables and analytical analysis for executive review.
• Develop and present targeted information for first responders, county, local and state stakeholders and staff on programs of the Office of Counter Terrorism.
Additional Comments *Potential for periodic weekends and extended work hours during emergencies.
*Work schedule may vary based on operational need. Travel is required.
Note: Due to the anticipated response to this announcement, your resume must clearly define how you meet the minimum qualifications outlined above or you will be disqualified from consideration of an interview.
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