Job Overview

Summary

 

This position is located in the office of the Director, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) U.S. Department of Justice. Incumbent serves as a Supervisory Management and Program Analyst under the direction of the Chief of Staff.

 

Who May Apply:  All U.S. Citizens or Nationals
 

One or more positions may be filled using this vacancy. 
Filling this position is subject to funding availability.

 

This position is also being announced to Merit Promotion eligibles under Job Announcement # PH-13-MAC-862793.

 

 

Duties

The incumbent of this position supervises a group of employees and performs duties in connection with management and administrative analysis; leading and coordination of workforce and analysis of operations and administrative activities; leads and coordinates program audit, project management and special projects; A-123 review, and other internal review activities; oversees and develops policy and procedures; and leads organizational improvement, strategic planning, and development initiatives.

 

The incumbent provides advice and assistance on confidential and complex administrative and management processes and has a responsible role in the management of highly visible and important assignments which have a direct impact on agency-wide strategy and operations. Part of these responsibilities includes overseeing the development of strategic planning deliverables and evaluating organizational strategy.

 

The incumbent leads organizational internal review and evaluation activities includes identifying and evaluating complex business processes through performing internal audits and reviews of program activities, as well as, managing the liaison activities with external auditors undertaking program audits of COPS office programs and management activities.

 

Incumbent also manages enterprise projects including the COPS Office's Policy Management Program. Development and implementation of policy and procedures is designed to promote compliance, adherence to standards and regulations, as well as performance, opportunities enabling the COPS Office to further the achievement of its mission, goals, and objectives.