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    Who May Be Considered:
    U.S. Citizens
    Status Candidates
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    Responsibilities

    Joining the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) means being part of the team focused on securing the Nation's physical and cyber infrastructure against threats to public health and safety, economy, and national security. Within CISA, the Infrastructure Security Division focuses on protecting critical infrastructure from all hazards by managing risk and enhancing resilience through collaboration with the critical infrastructure community, which includes private sector owners, operators, and employees; State, local, tribal, and territorial officials; and other Federal agencies.

    Visit www.dhs.gov/cisa to learn more about CISA and how you can be part of the team to Defend Today; Secure Tomorrow.In this position, the incumbent will perform the following duties:

    • Leads the DHS effort in developing strategies to identify and inspect/assess key critical infrastructure through high level coordination with Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Territorial (FSLTT) executive level officials responsible for critical infrastructure protection.
    • Serves as the principal advisor to executive level FSLTT and private sector officials on security and resilience policies, inspections/assessments, and measures to protect nationally and regionally significant critical infrastructure.
    • Leads and develops complex, three-year-long, multi-sector Regional Resilience Assessment Program (RRAP) projects that examine physical and cyber resilience and inform long-term DHS, NPPD and IP strategic goals, as well as national policy.
    • Leads the DHS effort to conduct complex inspections/assessments; investigate and identify dependencies, gaps, interdependencies, and vulnerabilities; and determine the cyber-physical nexus of critical infrastructure during planning and event execution for NSSE and SEAR events.
    • Coordinates and collaborates with high-level FSLTT executives in response to, and recovery from, natural or man-made incidents, both physical and cyber, in accordance with the National Response Framework.
    • Identifies and develops strategies for DHS training based on needs analysis.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - 1 to 5 nights of travel per month may be required.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/563918200. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.