Open to permanent FBI employees in all locations currently and formerly in the 0132 series. Applications will not be accepted from outside the area of consideration. Employees returning from the Legat assignment must advise the Staffing and Administrative Unit, International Operations Division, of their application for the position. Opening Date: Janaury 9, 2018 Closing Date: Janaury 19, 2018 11:59 pm (EST) Questions regarding this opening should be directed to HRS Danielle Artis at (202) 233--9255 or firstname.lastname@example.org Job Summary Position: Supervisory Intelligence Analyst- Unit Chief, GS-15 Division: Directorate of Intelligence Division Unit: Advance Intelligence Training Unit Location: Washington, D.C. Working Hours: 8:15am-5:00pm GS-15 Salary: $131,767.00 - $161,900.00 Full Performance level: GS-15 Number of Positions Available: 1 Duration: Full Time-Permanent Additional selections may be made from this announcement to fill positions within the same division when the position includes substantially the same duties, responsibilities, and qualifications. Key Requirements
Must be a current, permanent FBI employee in the 0132 series Must be able to obtain an Top- Secret SCI clearance
Travel is required to all locations within the AOR, as needed
Intelligence Analysts are under a mobility service agreement indicating that they are willing to relocate to any location based on the needs of the FBI.
Selectee(s) will be required to complete a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report, OGE-450, prior to entering on duty and annually thereafter.
Required Leadership Training : All new FBI Supervisors are required to attend and complete the Leadership Development Program's Leading People course before the expiration of their probationary period. This five-day, instructor-led classroom course, located at FBI Academy, will teach FBI core competencies and will prepare first-time supervisors for the leadership challenges specific to their roles. Upon selection, first-time supervisors will be automatically enrolled in the course. Additional information regarding this training will be provided at the time of selection by a Leadership Development Program representative.
Core Trainings All Supervisory Intelligence Analysts (SIAs) must attend and successfully complete the following training within one year of being in the SIA position:
Managing Intelligence Tradecraft (MIT)
Leadership Development Training (LDP)
Supervisory Management Resource Training (VA)
Intermediate Analytic Tradecraft (IAT) Not required, but highly recommended
Managing Intelligence Personnel and Programs (MIPP) Not required, but highly recommended
Major Duties Major duties include:
Supervises analytic personnel.
Conveys intelligence information (both orally and in writing) e.g. to high-level briefings to FBI officials and members of the Intelligence law enforcement communities.
Assigns, reviews, and evaluates work and performance of subordinates.
Attends and provides high level briefings to high level FBI officials and of intelligence and law enforcement communities.
Provides guidance and direction in resolving personnel and project issues and problems encountered.
Exhibits the knowledge of managerial policies and as required, makes recommendations and takes appropriate actions concerning employees' development, promotions, performance appraisals, awards, and disciplinary actions.
UC/SIA contributes to the design and development of various training curricula in order to deliver high quality, robust, and relevant intermediate and advanced level intelligence training for the FBI intelligence workforce in direct response to Directorate of Intelligence (DI) requirements.
Offers training courses that focus on the tools, techniques, and tradecraft of intelligence analysis, placing a strong emphasis on Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) Analytic Integrity Standards (AIS).
Courses provide Intelligence Analysts, managers, and other Bureau personnel instruction on current, community-accepted, and successful analytical tools and methods. AITU supports an intelligence-informed FBI and its mission to protect the American people and their allies with the goal of developing a more skilled workforce.
Qualifications and Evaluations Please make sure your specialized experience/requirement(s) can be identified in your resume. Applicants must meet the qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement. Your application will be evaluated and rated under the FBI's Candidate Rating Procedures. Your resume and supporting documentation will be used to determine whether you meet the job qualifications listed in this announcement and will be compared to your responses to the online assessment questionnaire. High self-assessment in the vacancy questions that is not supported by information in your resume, and/or supporting documents may eliminate you from Most Competitive status. If you are deemed Most Competitive, you will be referred to the selecting official for further consideration. All applicants will be rated on the following Competencies :
Organizing and Planning
Problem Solving and Judgment
Specialized Experience (SE): Employees must possess specialized experience at the GS 14 or GS 15 grade level as described below: Applicants must have at least one (1) year of supervisory experience. Specialized Experience is:
Conducted analysis in critical area of the intelligence field (i.e. counterterrorism, counterintelligence, cyber, criminal matters, weapons of mass destruction, etc.)
Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
Planned and directed large-scale intelligence analysis studies and projects.
Communicated with external and internal components in all levels of management and members of the intelligence and/or law enforcement communities.
Led an intelligence effort, program or group.
Applicants must meet the qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
How to Apply The following instructions outline our application process: Step 1: Click the "Start" button to begin an application. You will be prompted to either Sign In to continue the application or to register with FBIJOBS if you don't already have an account. Step 2: Follow the Step by Step process to submit an application. You will be guided through each step in the process. You are required to complete all sections of the application to successfully submit your application.
Required Documents To apply to this position, interested applicants must provide a complete application package by the closing date which includes:
Your resume, specifically noting relevant work experience and associated start and end dates
Cover letter (optional)
A complete assessment questionnaire
Other supporting documents (if applicable):
How to Attach Documents To attach documentation as part of your application, please follow the instructions below. Step 1: Follow the steps of the application process until you reach the Attachments step. Step 2: Click "Add Attachment". Step 3: Select the appropriate Attachment Type (or "Other" if one is not available). Step 4: Populate the "Attachment Purpose" field. Click "Continue". Step 5: Choose the device on which the attachment is located. Step 6: Upload the desired attachment. Step 7: To add additional attachments at this point in the application process click the "+" on the Attachments step. To attach documentation to your Global Profile please follow the instructions below: Step 1: Login to your FBI Jobs account, and click "My Submissions". Step 2: Click the "Add Attachment" located under the "Cover Letters and Attachments" section. Step 3: Follow steps 3 - 6 above.
You must complete this application process and submit any required documents by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on the closing date of this announcement. If applying online is a hardship, please contact the HR Specialist listed in the vacancy announcement prior to the closing date for assistance. What to Expect Next Once your complete application is received we will conduct an evaluation of your qualifications and determine your ranking. The Most Competitive candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for further consideration and possible interview. You will be notified of your status throughout the process. Additional Information
Failure to provide necessary and relevant information required by this vacancy announcement may disqualify you from consideration. Additional information will not be requested if your application is incomplete. Your application will be evaluated solely on the basis of information you have submitted.
The selectee will be required to serve a one-year probationary period for initial assignment to a supervisory position .
Required Leadership Training : All FBI supervisors promoted after January 2013 are required to attend and complete the Leadership Development Program's (LDP) Leading People course before the expiration of their probationary period. Employees who previously attended the Leadership Seminar and other LDP courses are still required to attend Leading People. This four day, instructor-led course will help prepare supervisors for the leadership challenges specific to their new roles. Leading people will be held at the National Conference Center (NCC) in Leesburg, VA. After selection, supervisors will be contacted by an LDP representative for enrollment and provided additional course information at this time.
Limited Movement : Policy has been implemented wherein support employees entering a position through a competitive OR non-competitive action may be precluded from moving to another position within the Bureau by means of reassignment or change to lower grade for a minimum of 12 months.
Probationary employees are generally precluded from being considered for all job opportunities until their 24-month probationary period has concluded. Probationary employees may be considered for competitive vacancies that are advertised within their respective division or field office after serving 90 days within the FBI.
Candidates will not be considered if currently on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP); a Letter of Requirement (LOR); or have failed a PIP or LOR and are currently awaiting the final action by HRD.
a. A Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) is a 90-day written developmental plan for an employee whose performance on one or more critical elements is rated "Unacceptable." b. A Letter of Requirement (LOR) is issued when a supervisor identifies leave abuse and/or when frequent absences negatively impact operations of an office.
Relocation expenses may be borne by the FBI. An Employee who receives either a cost or a no-cost transfer must wait at least 12 months before becoming eligible for another cost or no-cost transfer. The 12-month waiting period begins the day an employee reports for duty at the new location. This date must be recorded in HR Source by the employee's administrative unit. Employees may begin applying for promotions after nine months, but cannot actually depart their current positions until their 12-month anniversary dates are reached.
IAs receiving cost transfers to designated critical skills offices may be eligible to receive relocation incentives of 25% of their basic salary. To be eligible, transfers must be designated as a cost transfer.
Employees selected for positions at the GS-14 level or higher, as well as employees selected for positions where a transfer of location is required, will be processed through the name check program prior to being notified of their selection.
Memorandum of Understanding: Work performed outside assigned duties (that would not normally be documented on a SF-50, i. e., back-up duties), has to be documented in detail by an immediate supervisor in order to receive full credit for amount of time worked in that position. If no documentation is furnished no credit will be given for time worked in that position. The following notations must be specified in the documentation (Memorandum of Understanding):
a. Percent of time worked in the particular position (cannot conflict with main duties) b. The month/year work began c. Frequency worked (i.e., daily, monthly, etc.) d. Specific duties performed Attach the Memorandum of Understanding to your application in the "Cover Letters and Attachments" section of My Career Tools on the Careers Home page. Please upload the attachment as type "Other." Nepotism Nepotism is the act of favoring relatives in the hiring process, and is prohibited by law. Public officials are prohibited from hiring or promoting relatives or relatives of officials in their chain of command, as well as actively or indirectly endorse a relative's appointment or promotion. During the hiring process, all selected candidates and FBI hiring managers will be required to certify they are not related to anyone involved in the hiring process. Reasonable Accommodation Request The FBI provides reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and/or hiring process, please notify the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Affairs (OEEOA) Reasonable Accommodation (RA) Program by either e-mail at REASONABLE_ACCOMMODATIONS@ic.fbi.gov , telephone at 202-324-2158, or FAX at 202-324-3976. Your request will receive an individualized assessment. This e-mail address is only for reasonable accommodation requests. Please do not submit your application and/or any questions unrelated to reasonable accommodations. Should any applications be received, they will not be forwarded for consideration during the hiring process. Equal Employment Opportunity The FBI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for this vacancy. Except where otherwise provided by law, selection will be made without regard to, and there will be no discrimination because of color, race, religion, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, parental status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, age, sex, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or on the basis of personal favoritism, or any other non-merit.