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DHS Joint Duty Program

The Department of Homeland Security Joint Duty Program is an intra-Departmental and inter-agency program that offers civilian personnel professional and developmental opportunities. Joint duty assignments enhance operations and mission execution through unity of effort and collaboration. The program covers DHS employees at the GS-13 through GS-15 grade levels and equivalent. This Joint Duty Program does not apply to members of the military service.

Current opportunities are listed below.

 

Any Series

Systems Business Operations Branch

GS-13/14/15

Arlington, VA, 12 months, Clearance Level: None

  • The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of analytical activities and program management functions including project liaison, planning, coordination, direction, and assessment activities in direct support of the activities above. Specifically, this position: 1) Analyzes and interprets operational data gathered from the use of IDENT; and applies advanced analytical and statistical methods to assess and evaluate stakeholder needs and expectations for  system operating measures, data integrity, performance, and accuracy; 2) Leads onboarding engagements with stakeholders in the application of IDENT services used to move biometric transactions throughout the enterprise; and 3) Prepares reports to management that include findings and recommendations regarding improved joint mission effectiveness of inter-agency use of IDENT services.

 

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with  “Detail Opportunity –Systems Business Operations Branch” in the subject line:

 

Criminal Network Analyst

GS-13

Washington, DC, 12 months, Clearance Level: Secret; ability to obtain Top Secret/SCI

  • Research, study and analyze the networks, supply and value chains, illicit markets, and criminal activities of the transnational criminal networks most hazarding the national security of the homeland.  Determine proficiencies and competencies for common criminal positions as well as advancement/promotion paths.  Identify common and likely patterns and behavior.  Provide intelligence analysis, research, threat assessments and predictive analysis as part of an analytical team.  Develop written products and practical models of criminal networks, supply chains and illicit markets that can be used to identify criminals’ vulnerabilities and weaknesses, focus the application of advanced investigative techniques, sensitize interdictors to criminal and anomalous activity, improve the knowledge of DHS leaders, planners, operators and investigators, and enable the deliberate and strategic destruction of targeted networks.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity –Criminal Network Analyst” in the subject line:

0100 Series

Program Analyst (Assessment)

GS-0180-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their personnel research psychology and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work.  Selected individual(s) also will perform industrial/organizational psychology research and analysis to assist with and provide advice on validation of competency models (technical, non-technical and supervisory/managerial)for selection purposes and development/validation of related selection assessment tools; develop draft policies and procedures relating to competency use and management under the new personnel management system; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and, assist with expanding the competency models to other personnel functional areas (e.g., workforce planning, learning and development, and performance management) to create a cohesive, coordinated structure for the use of competencies throughout the employee life cycle. 

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Assessment)” in the subject line:

Program Analyst (Assessment)

GS-0180-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their personnel research psychology and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work.  Selected individual(s) also will perform industrial/organizational psychology research and analysis to assist with and provide advice on validation of competency models (technical, non-technical and supervisory/managerial)for selection purposes and development/validation of related selection assessment tools; develop draft policies and procedures relating to competency use and management under the new personnel management system; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and, assist with expanding the competency models to other personnel functional areas (e.g., workforce planning, learning and development, and performance management) to create a cohesive, coordinated structure for the use of competencies throughout the employee life cycle. 

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Assessment)” in the subject line:

 

Personnel Research Psychologist/Industrial Psychologist

GS-0180-13/14

Washington, DC or remotely, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret

  • The Workforce Development Strategy team has an opportunity for a Personnel Research Psychologist/Industrial Psychologist. In this assignment, you will participate in various high-level DHS-wide, workforce development initiatives in Learning, Development and Engagement. Apply for this exciting opportunity to strengthen Homeland Security by conducting research and applying innovative assessment procedures and techniques to develop practical solutions to human resource management problems. 

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Personnel Research Psychologist/Industrial Psychologist” in the subject line:

 

0200 Series

Program Analyst (Workforce Planning)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 Months, Clearance Required: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their strategic workforce planning and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent. Interested individuals should have professional experience and expert knowledge of strategic workforce planning principles, techniques and practices. Individuals also should have substantive professional experience as follows: (1) writing various types of audience-specific content (e.g., executive DHS leadership briefs, talking points, presentations, policies, and procedures); (2) collaborating with individuals from various functional backgrounds to achieve objectives; (3) analyzing human resources workforce data to interpret, monitor and advise on workforce trends and inform strategic workforce decisions; (4) develop workforce planning policies, procedures, tools, and reports.  Individuals also must possess excellent writing skills; attention to detail; strong data analysis skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Word, Power Point; and the ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced/dynamic environment.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity –Program Analyst (Workforce Planning)” in the subject line:

 

HR Instructional Systems Designer

GS-0201-13/14

Washington, DC or remotely, 1 year, 1 opening, Clearance Level: None

  • This assignment is for the HR Instructional Systems Designer. HR Academy is a DHS-wide initiative led by the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer in the Management Directorate. The purpose of HR Academy is to strengthen the DHS Human Capital community, increase mission capability, and support professional HR career development. This is a 1-year assignment.  The HR Instructional Systems Designer provides, identifies, organizes, and orchestrates DHS-wide, HR-training content (especially HR technical training content). The assigned provides HR instructional systems design as well as identifying suitable training content provided by DHS internal or external vendors. The Instructional Systems Designer communicates with HR managers and supervisors, as well as, HR clients to identify organization HR training gaps.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – HR Instructional Systems Designer” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Compensation)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their compensation and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work and will: perform cybersecurity labor market analyses; manage segments of the design of the compensation system to be used in the new personnel management system; develop draft policies and procedures for the administration of the new compensation system; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Compensation)” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Learning and Development)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1712-13/14/15, GS-2210-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their learning and development, program management and/or human capital experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP federal and  contractor support staffs to: design a learning and development strategy, plan, and program for technical cybersecurity staff; identify sources/providers and/or develop technical cybersecurity learning and development curricula that will ensure cybersecurity talent obtains and maintains the skills sets/competencies necessary for successful mission performance throughout the life cycle of their employment; identify and/or develop relevant evaluation tools to determine that cybersecurity talent demonstrates proficiency after completion of course/curricula activities; draft policies and procedures relevant to learning and development; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Learning and Development)” in the subject line:

 

Human Resources and Administrative Support Specialist

GS-0201-13, GS-0301/0343-13

Portsmouth, VA, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret

  • Joint Task Force - East is one of three Joint Task Forces established by the Secretary of Homeland Security pursuant to the Southern Borders and Approaches Campaign Plan.  The mission of Joint Task Force - East is to lead and coordinate, on behalf of the Secretary, integrated and prioritized DHS cross-component operations and investigations leveraging DHS, interagency and partner nation capabilities to increase border security, reduce terrorism risk and dismantle illicit networks.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Human Resources and Administrative Support Specialist” in the subject line:

 

0300 Series

Program Analyst (Workforce Planning)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 Months, Clearance Required: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their strategic workforce planning and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent. Interested individuals should have professional experience and expert knowledge of strategic workforce planning principles, techniques and practices. Individuals also should have substantive professional experience as follows: (1) writing various types of audience-specific content (e.g., executive DHS leadership briefs, talking points, presentations, policies, and procedures); (2) collaborating with individuals from various functional backgrounds to achieve objectives; (3) analyzing human resources workforce data to interpret, monitor and advise on workforce trends and inform strategic workforce decisions; (4) develop workforce planning policies, procedures, tools, and reports.  Individuals also must possess excellent writing skills; attention to detail; strong data analysis skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Word, Power Point; and the ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced/dynamic environment.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity –PROGRAM ANALYST (Workforce Planning)” in the subject line:

Senior Advisor

GS-0301-15

Arlington, VA., 1 year, 1 opening, Clearance Level: Secret

  • This Special Advisor position is located in the Immediate Office, within the Office of Human Capital (OHC), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Department of Homeland Security. This position:
  • Supports OHC’s Front Office and senior staff assisting in the development of internal guidance and providing principals with input to support strategic thought on a variety of Human Capital issues.
  • Conducts complex studies that address broad organizational issues that impact TSA strategic objectives and operations.
  • Establishes direction for conducting various ad hoc analyses, reports and studies that provide information on mission-related issues.

 
How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Senior Advisor” in the subject line:

Program Analyst (Compensation)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15
Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their compensation and project management skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work and will: perform cybersecurity labor market analyses; manage segments of the design of the compensation system to be used in the new personnel management system; develop draft policies and procedures for the administration of the new compensation system; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Compensation)” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Budget)

GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-0501/0560-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individual(s) eager apply their budget formulation and execution skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work and will: develop a strategy, justification and modular cost model for Department-level approval of the collection of costs for centralized or shared services and activities through a working capital fund or other appropriate funding vehicle(s); shepherd initiative from development through approval stages; analyze program requirements to develop, justify, and/or advise on the program office budget including but not limited to identifying and analyzing requirements for future year (FY2021) funding, and formulate request for dedicated funding for both the program support office, and for the cybersecurity staff deployed to components; and, provide advice on and perform a variety of analyses and budget tasks for the program office to assist the Executive Director in managing the program budget.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Budget)” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Learning and Development)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1712-13/14/15, GS-2210-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their learning and development, program management and/or human capital experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP federal and  contractor support staffs to: design a learning and development strategy, plan, and program for technical cybersecurity staff; identify sources/providers and/or develop technical cybersecurity learning and development curricula that will ensure cybersecurity talent obtains and maintains the skills sets/competencies necessary for successful mission performance throughout the life cycle of their employment; identify and/or develop relevant evaluation tools to determine that cybersecurity talent demonstrates proficiency after completion of course/curricula activities; draft policies and procedures relevant to learning and development; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Learning and Development)” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Communications and Change Management)

GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1035-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individual(s) eager to apply strategic communications, project management, and change management experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal staff and contractor staff) and will manage the communications and change management aspects of the system implementation. This will include hands-on work to draft official responses to internal and external stakeholders; create communication materials for various audiences to educate and inform them about the implementation of the new system; develop and implement a change management strategy and plan; and create various tools related to communications and change management to assist with implementation efforts.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Communications and Change Management)” in the subject line:

Human Resources and Administrative Support Specialist

GS-0201-13, GS-0301/0343-13

Portsmouth, VA, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret

  • Joint Task Force - East is one of three Joint Task Forces established by the Secretary of Homeland Security pursuant to the Southern Borders and Approaches Campaign Plan.  The mission of Joint Task Force - East is to lead and coordinate, on behalf of the Secretary, integrated and prioritized DHS cross-component operations and investigations leveraging DHS, interagency and partner nation capabilities to increase border security, reduce terrorism risk and dismantle illicit networks.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Human Resources and Administrative Support Specialist” in the subject line:

 

J5 Metrics Branch Chief

GS-0301/0343-14, GS-1801/1811-14

Portsmouth, VA, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret, TS/SCI preferred

  • Joint Task Force - East is one of three Joint Task Forces established by the Secretary of Homeland Security pursuant to the Southern Borders and Approaches Campaign Plan.  The mission of Joint Task Force - East is to lead and coordinate, on behalf of the Secretary, integrated, and prioritized DHS cross-component operations and investigations leveraging DHS, interagency and partner nation capabilities to increase border security, reduce terrorism risk, and dismantle illicit networks.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – J5 Metrics Branch Chief ” in the subject line:

Congressional Affairs Specialist

GS-0343-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret

  • Serve as a Congressional Affairs Specialist responsible for the performance of a range of congressional liaison work including controlling, analyzing, researching, and formulating official responses to written and telephonic requests from Members of Congress, their staff, and congressional oversight committees on matters of Congressional interest, inquiry or investigation. 
    How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Congressional Affairs Specialist” in the subject line:

Command and Control (C2) Management Specialist

GS-0301-13

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: Top Secret/SCI

  • Assignee, under supervision of the COOP & EP Operations Manager, shall assist in the management of a five (5) person contract support watch team responsible for monitoring, receiving and disseminating White House Complex (WHC) life safety and critical infrastructure (e.g., facility status, etc) information to key stakeholders and senior White House Leadership.  As a member of the Operations, Security and Emergency Preparedness (OSEP) team, the assignee shall report to and receive guidance from fellow team members to develop and update Critical Information Requirements (CIRs), Distribution Lists, and identify best practices to streamline and maximize effectiveness of established OSEP policies and mass notification processes and techniques.  Additionally, the assignee shall participate in and provide technical and subject matter expertise as part of the mass notification team, developing plans and processes for dissemination of critical information to all people located on the WHC.  This includes the development of the external and internal building annunciators and communications capabilities, as well as the integration of IT systems into day-to-day operations.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Command and Control (C2) Management Specialist” in the subject line:

 

CBRN Program Manager

GS-0301-13/14, GS-0600-13/14

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: Top Secret/SCI

  • Assignee shall be assigned to the Operations, Security, Emergency Preparedness (OSEP) training team, responsible for development and facilitation of an introductory White House Complex (WHC) CBRN defense and decontamination plan, to ensure the Executive Office of the President (EOP) has, trains to, and improves a response capability for a CBRN event. Assignee shall have the ability to clearly and concisely independently identify, develop and plan an efficient and tailorable training syllabus that supports the needs and requirements of all EOP employees.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – CBRN Program Manager” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst

GS-0343-15

Arlington, VA, 12 months, Clearance Level: Secret

  • The Program Analyst will focus on National Programs and Programs Directorate Futures Identity strategic planning and related efforts. Specific responsibilities will include researching and analyzing existing biometric studies and related information, reviewing strategic plans, and preparing briefings for external stakeholders. The analyst will collaborate with Office of Biometric Identity Management team members to improve service delivery to National Protection and Programs Directorate stakeholders across the screening, access control, and searching meta-applications. The analyst will also review current privacy policies, the legal rights of individuals as applied to biometric data, new technologies, and training & education considerations impacting the overarching goal of protecting the Nation with biometric advancements.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity - Program Analyst—Futures Identity” in the subject line:

 

Facilities Project Manager

GS-0343-14

Arlington, VA, 4 months, Clearance Level: None

The facility manager would take a major role in the implementation of National Protection and Programs Directorate's Workplace Space Strategies (construction renovation) project, transition planning for possible transfer to DHS HQ Management, and providing bench strength to support additional building management initiatives such as updating existing business process mapping.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Facilities Project Manager” in the subject line:

 

External Affairs Specialist – Public Engagement

GS-0301-13/14 / GS-1035-13/14

Arlington, VA, 6 months, Clearance Level: Secret

  • This position is located in the National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of External Affairs, Public Engagement Branch. The incumbent of this position will serve as an External Affairs Specialist and will coordinate NPPD-wide External Affairs support associated with engagement and outreach to NPPD stakeholders, i.e., state, local, tribal and territorial governments, private sector entities, Congress, and the media.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – External Affairs Specialist – Public Engagement” in the subject line:

0500 Series

 

Program Analyst (Budget)

GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-0501/0560-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individual(s) eager apply their budget formulation and execution skills to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal and contractor staff) in accomplishing work and will: develop a strategy, justification and modular cost model for Department-level approval of the collection of costs for centralized or shared services and activities through a working capital fund or other appropriate funding vehicle(s); shepherd initiative from development through approval stages; analyze program requirements to develop, justify, and/or advise on the program office budget including but not limited to identifying and analyzing requirements for future year (FY2021) funding, and formulate request for dedicated funding for both the program support office, and for the cybersecurity staff deployed to components; and, provide advice on and perform a variety of analyses and budget tasks for the program office to assist the Executive Director in managing the program budget.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Program Analyst (Budget)” in the subject line:

 

0600 Series

 

CBRN Program Manager

GS-0301-13/14, GS-0600-13/14

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: Top Secret/SCI

  • Assignee shall be assigned to the Operations, Security, Emergency Preparedness (OSEP) training team, responsible for development and facilitation of an introductory White House Complex (WHC) chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) defense and decontamination plan, to ensure the Executive Office of the President (EOP) has, trains to, and improves a response capability for a CBRN event. Assignee shall have the ability to clearly and concisely independently identify, develop and plan an efficient and tailorable training syllabus that supports the needs and requirements of all EOP employees.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – CBRN Program Manager” in the subject line:

 

1000 Series

Program Analyst (Communications and Change Management)

GS-0301/0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1035-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individual(s) eager to apply strategic communications, project management, and change management experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP team (federal staff and contractor staff) and will manage the communications and change management aspects of the system implementation. This will include hands-on work to draft official responses to internal and external stakeholders; create communication materials for various audiences to educate and inform them about the implementation of the new system; develop and implement a change management strategy and plan; and create various tools related to communications and change management to assist with implementation efforts.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Communications and Change Management)” in the subject line:

 

External Affairs Specialist – Public Engagement

GS-0301-13/14 / GS-1035-13/14

Arlington, VA, 6 months, Clearance Level: Secret

  • This position is located in the National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of External Affairs, Public Engagement Branch. The incumbent of this position will serve as an External Affairs Specialist and will coordinate NPPD-wide External Affairs support associated with engagement and outreach to NPPD stakeholders, i.e., state, local, tribal and territorial governments, private sector entities, Congress, and the media.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – External Affairs Specialist – Public Engagement” in the subject line:

1700 Series

Instructional Systems Specialist (Instructional Designer)

GS-1750-13/14

Washington, DC, 5 months, 1 opening, Clearance Level: Non-Sensitive

  • Workforce Development Strategy has an exciting opportunity for an Instructional Systems Specialist (Instructional Designer).  In this assignment, you will participate in various DHS wide, high-level workforce development initiatives in support of the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer's Strategic Learning, Development and Engagement division. Interested individuals should demonstrate ability to conduct research and communicate in writing.  To include knowledge of and ability to clearly and concisely write policies and procedures for training and development. Also be able to use professional master level knowledge of principles, techniques and practices of instructional system development, adult learning theory, training research methodology, statistics, and technology to develop, review, and revise training curriculum and instructional materials.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Instructional Systems Specialist (Instructional Designer)” in the subject line:

 

Program Analyst (Learning and Development)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1712-13/14/15, GS-2210-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their learning and development, program management and/or human capital experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP federal and  contractor support staffs to: design a learning and development strategy, plan, and program for technical cybersecurity staff; identify sources/providers and/or develop technical cybersecurity learning and development curricula that will ensure cybersecurity talent obtains and maintains the skills sets/competencies necessary for successful mission performance throughout the life cycle of their employment; identify and/or develop relevant evaluation tools to determine that cybersecurity talent demonstrates proficiency after completion of course/curricula activities; draft policies and procedures relevant to learning and development; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Learning and Development)” in the subject line:

DHS JTF Training

GS-1700-12/13/14

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: None

  • This detailee will provide training subject matter expertise to the Department’s Joint Task Force (JTF) Coordinator to assist in running the Joint Duty Training Course.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “USCG Detail Opportunity – JTF Coordination Cell” in the subject line:

Training Specialist / Program Developer

GS-1700-13/14

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: Top Secret/SCI

  • Member will be assigned to the Operations, Security, and Emergency Preparedness (OSEP) training team. Training Team members are responsible for ensuring all members of the Executive Office of the President (EOP) are able to support the White House Continuity of Operations mission. Training Team members will be responsible for the design, development, implementation and evaluation of all training courses/programs and materials to include on-line delivery. All training team members will be required to deliver instruction in either a resident based or on the job setting. They will be responsible for scheduling and de-conflicting all training activities from tabletop to functional exercises and will be responsible for tracking and reporting the completion of all training activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity –Training Specialist/Program Developer” in the subject line:

1800 Series

J5 Metrics Branch Chief

GS-0301/0343-14, GS-1801/1811-14

Portsmouth, VA, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret, TS/SCI preferred

  • Joint Task Force - East is one of three Joint Task Forces established by the Secretary of Homeland Security pursuant to the Southern Borders and Approaches Campaign Plan.  The mission of Joint Task Force - East is to lead and coordinate, on behalf of the Secretary, integrated, and prioritized DHS cross-component operations and investigations leveraging DHS, interagency and partner nation capabilities to increase border security, reduce terrorism risk, and dismantle illicit networks.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – J5 Metrics Branch Chief ” in the subject line:

Action Officer- Series 1895

GS-1895-13

San Antonio, TX, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret, TS/SCI preferred

  • Joint Task Force – West (JTF-W) coordinates efforts through the Southwest Border Corridors to mitigate the flow of migrants with a focus on special interest aliens and conducts counter-network operations against the most dangerous criminal organizations who exploit the Southwest Border.  Working along the Lines of Effort to achieve the objectives determined in the DHS Southern Border and Approaches Campaign Plan (SBACP), JTF-W integrates intelligence capabilities, strengthens international and prosecutorial efforts, and supports operations through strategic communication and messaging efforts.  The workforce, comprised of agents and officers from CBP, ICE, U.S. Coast Guard, and USCIS, plans and executes synchronized and integrated operations in order to ensure the safety and security of the homeland.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Action Officer” in the subject line:

Staff Officer- Series 1895

GS-1895-14

San Antonio, TX, 1 year, Clearance Level: Secret, TS/SCI preferred

  • Joint Task Force – West (JTF-W) coordinates efforts through the Southwest Border Corridors to mitigate the flow of migrants with a focus on special interest aliens and conducts counter-network operations against the most dangerous criminal organizations who exploit the Southwest Border.  Working along the Lines of Effort to achieve the objectives determined in the DHS Southern Border and Approaches Campaign Plan (SBACP), JTF-W integrates intelligence capabilities, strengthens international and prosecutorial efforts, and supports operations through strategic communication and messaging efforts.  The workforce, comprised of agents and officers from CBP, ICE, U.S. Coast Guard, and USCIS, plans and executes synchronized and integrated operations in order to ensure the safety and security of the homeland.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – Staff Officer” in the subject line:

 

DHS JTF Coordination Cell Criminal Investigation Specialist

GS-1811-13/14

Washington, DC, 1 year, Clearance Level: None

  • This detailee (criminal investigation series 1811 from any DHS Component) will provide subject matter expertise to the Department’s Joint Task Force (JTF) Coordinator on planning, conducting, or managing investigations related to alleged or suspected criminal violations of Federal laws.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “ICE Detail Opportunity – JTF Coordination Cell” in the subject line:

 

2200 Series

Program Analyst (Learning and Development)

GS-0201-13/14/15, GS-0340/0343-13/14/15, GS-1712-13/14/15, GS-2210-13/14/15

Washington, DC, 6 months, Clearance Level: None

  • Seeking individuals eager to apply their learning and development, program management and/or human capital experience to support the operations of the DHS Cyber Statutory Authority Program (CSAP) in the design and implementation of a new personnel management system for DHS cybersecurity talent.  Selected individual(s) will work with the CSAP federal and  contractor support staffs to: design a learning and development strategy, plan, and program for technical cybersecurity staff; identify sources/providers and/or develop technical cybersecurity learning and development curricula that will ensure cybersecurity talent obtains and maintains the skills sets/competencies necessary for successful mission performance throughout the life cycle of their employment; identify and/or develop relevant evaluation tools to determine that cybersecurity talent demonstrates proficiency after completion of course/curricula activities; draft policies and procedures relevant to learning and development; develop written and oral briefing materials and presentations for a variety of audiences (senior DHS leaders to rank and file employees); and report on the progress of activities.

How to Apply: Submit the following documents to the Joint Duty Program office with “Detail Opportunity – PROGRAM ANALYST (Learning and Development)” in the subject line:

Last Published Date: September 27, 2018

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