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This position is located within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Integrated Operations Division's (IOD) CISA Central (Central) branch. CISA is the Nation's risk advisor, working with partners to defend against today's threats and collaborating with industry to build more secure and resilient infrastructure for the future.
The Integrated Operations Division's CISA Central CISA Central is CISA's 24X7 hub for staying on top of threats and emerging risks to our nation's critical infrastructure, whether they are of cyber, communications or physical origin. CISA Central is the simplest, most centralized way for critical infrastructure partners and stakeholders to engage with CISA and is the easiest way for all critical infrastructure stakeholders to request assistance and get the information required to understand the constantly evolving risk landscape.
Through CISA Central, CISA coordinates situational awareness and response to national cyber, communications, and physical incidents. CISA works closely with public, private sector, and international partners, offering technical assistance, information security and education to protect our nation's critical infrastructure from a broad range of current cyber, communication, and physical threats.
The successful candidate for this joint duty assignment will come from the 0089, 0132,0301, 0343, 1801, 2210 job series. This series has several equities within CISA's mission sets and participation on the 24X7 rotational watch will afford high-charging GS13s and GS14s the ability to hone their skillsets while learning other focus areas.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Serves as the Senior Duty Officer responsible for planning, managing, coordinating and executing the mission, functions and activities of CISA Central. The Senior Duty Officer performs or directs activities that involve formulating operational strategies for current cyber, communications, and physical operations and emergency response planning, determining critical information requirements, devising critical/crisis action management plans and training and analyzing and evaluating mobilization and other contingency operations requirements relative to timely, accurate, and actionable information to facilitate rapid mitigation or response to incidents involving critical infrastructure (CI) to support installation restoration projects, and chemical inspections. The employee provides expert advice on policy matters and capabilities in executing current and future operations activities or requirements. The Senior Duty Officer will represent the Agency in meetings, conferences and special working groups with senior leadership at higher echelons, counterparts at subordinate field activities and management officials at other emergency response organizations.
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