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The NRO is the U.S. Government agency in charge of designing, building, launching and maintaining America's intelligence satellites. The NRO provides reconnaissance information to the Intelligence Community and the DoD warfighters. For more information see: http://www.nro.gov
NRO is accepting applications from both Federal government employees and U.S. Citizens for this position.
FOR CURRENT CIVILIAN FEDERAL EMPLOYEES APPLYING PLEASE SEE THE QUALIFICATIONS SECTION BELOW
As a STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PROGRAM MANAGER you will be responsible for the following duties:
- Serves as a Strategic Communications Project Officer concerned with formulating, articulating and executing a diverse range of strategic communications, including internal and external communications, public outreach and communication, and even planning and execution.
- Manages the production of communications products, including writing, researching, organizing information, drafting press releases, briefings, pint papers web postings, etc.
- Manages and executes teh NRO exhibition program.
- Plans, designs, and implements events, exhibits, and tours to educate the general and specialized public about NRO programs, activities, and services.
- Directs and oversees work with event sponsor organizations to procure booth space and services, meeting rooms and onsite support.
- Monitors Intelligence Community (IC), Dept of Defense (DoD), and space community events and recommends NRO participation in support of communications strategies o include regular engagement with foundations, academia, and industry government relations points of contact.
- Develops and procures up-to-date materials (graphics, displays, multimedia, artifacts, information handouts, educational giveaway items) for NRO booth.
- Manages, plans, and executes the NRO Speaker Engagement Program.
- Receives and processes speaking invitations for senior leaders of the NRO, corresponds with inviting organization, conducts research, evaluates information and makes recommendations regarding NRO participation and the level of speaker appropriate to the event.
- Collaborates with speech writer and other staff to prepare read-ahead packages and write after action reports that capture input from the principal speaker or staff on advisability of repeating participation.
- Orchestrates and monitors public speaking engagements, provides guidance to speakers and/or their staff, gathers and maintains updated NRO messaging for incorporation into speeches.
- Prepares information and materials to NRO personnel speaking at schools, community groups or other public venues.
- Tracks news media presence and keeps media relations officers and OPA management informed.
- Manages NRO's public facing programs and responds to or otherwise handles, general requests for information received through the public facing website, email, hotline and postal mail.
- Participates in team review of documents for FOIA releases, declassification and prepublication approval.
Occasional travel - May travel in military or commercial aircraft to perform temporary duty assignments.
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/506504100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.