- U.S. citizenship required.
- Must have or be able to obtain a TOP SECRET - Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS-SCI) Security clearance. If you already have a TS/SCI clearance, please highlight your last investigation date in your application.
- You will be required to serve a two-year trial period.
The primary purpose of this position is to perform duties as the Executive Director for the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB or Board). As such, the incumbent performs a variety of duties in pursuit of the Board's mission. The incumbent works in conjunction with and under the general direction of the Chairman, who provides policy guidance and broadly defined program objectives; reviews and discusses with incumbent management policies, principles, and problems affecting the accomplishment of the PCLOB's mission; relies on incumbent's recommendations and decisions in developing and coordinating management services activities, policies, and programs, as well as the accomplishment of the overall mission.
Executive Director Duties
Serves as the Executive Director to the Chairman of the Board for resources responsible for the management and execution of business activities, critical support services, and long-range strategic planning for several critical resource-related support functions across the agency. Integrates the activities for assigned functions and institutes process improvements, where necessary, to provide synergy and efficiencies across functional elements under span of control. Position oversees and has direct line authority over all Attorney-Advisor positions, Program Analysts, the Public/Legislative Affairs Officer, and any other mission staff. These managed activities interface with the Board, conduct extensive coordination of staff actions, develop agency policies and guidance, and provide expert staff advice to the Chairman and Board Members. The magnitude, critical, and multifaceted nature of the research and development requires the position exercise an extraordinarily high level of managerial competence and functional expertise. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing and assuring unity of the Board's high visibility, dynamic, and diverse programs, functions, and processes into a single agency strategy. The incumbent is responsible for rating personnel under his or her supervision.
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