This position is located in the National Risk Management Center (NRMC) within CISA. NRMC is a risk-driven analysis and planning center focused on addressing significant risks to our national critical functions; works with partners to generate solutions to the most complex, strategic risks to critical infrastructure; operates using a collaborative model that relies on close integration with Federal, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial government partners, and diverse private sector partners.Learn more about this agency
The Associate Director for Planning and Coordination serves as a senior executive and identify opportunities for collaboration with public-private cyber and physical security partners to mitigate risk to National Critical Functions - those functions of government and the private sector so vital to the United States that their disruption, corruption, or dysfunction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof.
Specific responsibilities include:
Provides leadership and guidance for planning, allocating resources to, and developing long-range goals and milestones that support mission and strategic objectives; provides subject matter support ensuring plans and programs are budgeted for and are ready for implementation to support CISA goals and milestones.
Defines objectives and makes decisions that impact cost, supportability, and performance of the operations, systems, policies and personnel for NRMC.
Directs program evaluations and reviews program activities to ensure policy compliance and agreement with administration and department goals and objectives.
Serves as senior executive responsible for coordinating DHS risk management efforts with non-DHS Sector Specific Agencies.
Sets plans for national initiative to manage risk, in coordination with the National Security Council staff, the Federal interagency and senior industry representatives.
Engages with industry executives on risk management priorities.
Oversees CISA's efforts to matrix staff from across the Agency to accomplish Director's risk management priorities.
Works closely with CISA leadership to promote a coordinated cross-sector cybersecurity risk management approach across government and industry partners to combat threats.
Supports activities to mitigate risk to national critical functions, considering the full spectrum of cross-sector risk registries and dependency analysis.
Promotes improved cybersecurity and physical security among across key sectors by engaging with subject matter experts and thought leaders in industry, government, and academia to determine and document emerging trends and gaps.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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