Job Overview

Summary

About the Agency

These positions are located in the following Office of Field Operations Divisions and Field Offices:

Philadelphia Field Division, Philadelphia V Field Office - Duty location is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Salary range $61,857 - $96,382
Newark Field Division, New Jersey IV Field Office - Duty location is Trenton, New Jersey.  Salary range $65,377 to 101,866

Serves as a technical consultant to the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) and other division managers on intelligence issues affecting the division and the agency.  Provides information and makes recommendations to law enforcement personnel based on significant and critical intelligence trends, developments, analyses, and changes in procedures.

Note:  Although the full promotion potential of these positions is GS-13, promotion to this level is not automatic nor guaranteed.  In order to advance, employees must meet ATF's performance standards and demonstrate the potential to perform work at the GS-13 level to be promoted.  The successful candidates will be provided with additional information regarding advancement once hired.

Duties

  • Serves as a primary source of intelligence information for division special agents, through such activities as providing investigative leads, requesting data to substantiate or verify information, and suggesting possible new avenues of investigation.
  • Performs in-depth intelligence analyses in support of law enforcement operations, leveraging a variety of tools and techniques, such as firearms trafficking, firearms trace, and ballistic data.
  • Formulates recommendations to address violent crime, leveraging a variety of tools and techniques, such as firearms trace data and ballistic analyses, and provides technical advice and consultation to special agents.
  • Performs link analyses, visual investigative analyses, and telephone toll record analyses, which includes crime mapping as it relates to firearms and violent crimes and drawing conclusions from such documentation.
  • Develops, creates, and maintains computerized intelligence databases to meet specific needs and to generate statistical and relational reports for managers and for programs and projects.
  • Performs in-depth intelligence analyses in support of law enforcement operations, leveraging a variety of tools and techniques, such as firearms trafficking, firearms trace, and ballistic data.
  • Performs liaison and coordination functions with counterparts and personnel throughout the intelligence and law enforcement communities.
  • Prepares and presents briefings and courses of instruction on a variety of intelligence topics, including firearms tracing and ballistic technology, to other law enforcement and intelligence agencies and organizations.

Travel Required

  • Not Required

Relocation Authorized

  • No