Staff Officer - Policy (Corp. Relations Specialist)

Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
Top Secret SCI
Job Description:
Staff Officer - Policy
Job Location: Springfield, Virginia, United States

Seeing 'The Big Picture' keeps you on track to meet bigger goals

When presented with a task, you see beyond its parameters to how it fits into a larger strategy, and that vision guides your decisions and keeps you on track. Beyond the individual strategy, you are aware of industry trends. This gift for seeing the broader purpose of your work will enable you to go farther at our organization. We would like to meet you.
  • Independently perform a wide range of functions and tasks, which require vision, leadership, and proficiency in developing, explaining and supporting policy implementation.
  • Review decision memos to be sure they have sufficient detail for standardized data capture. Interfacing with agency stakeholders to collect all relevant information pursuant to executive committee decisions.
  • Identify and track Decision Meeting actions and coordinate as needed with stakeholders to ensure successful execution of meetings.
  • Maintains categorization of agency policy corporate priorities, providing direction to key components on new policy needs and/or reissuances.
  • Problem identification, analysis, and resolution is central to the effective conduct of their activities as is the ability to work from an Agency perspective. Assist in identifying deliverables arising from meetings and working with appropriate stakeholders to document those deliverables in a complex, fast-paced environment.
  • Provides general or specialized executive administrative support offices and programs.
  • Develop pertinent information and provide to the Government POC for communication to varied audiences (e.g., DoD, IC, Federal Government, Congress, the media, the public, the international community, and private industry) by extracting and organizing information for briefings, read-ahead and other materials and/or recording and publishing Meeting Minutes with particular attention to detail and quality.
  • Provide other administrative duties listed (scheduling and coordinating meetings, calendars, and events; gathering, inputting, and retrieving electronic data; maintaining files and folders; researching and analyzing information and data to prepare reports, presentations, and papers; prepares routine correspondence in accordance with agency standards; prepares and distributes briefing and read-ahead materials; executive decision management; maintaining office supplies, initiating equipment trouble tickets or replacement, and coordinating office moves), but would be less than 40% of their time.
  • Take instructions, meeting deadlines, and completing assignments or actions in accordance with established administrative processes and procedures.
  • General office administrative process, procedure, and PC software knowledge. Comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Review draft material and correct grammar, word usage, spelling, style, format, punctuation, logic, and organization errors. Ensure that all edits adhere to prescribed grammar, style, and formatting guidelines.
  • Review portion marks and classification banners on draft materials to ensure consistency and to prevent material from being handled inappropriately.

More heads are better than one

Discussing and building upon ideas with co-workers in a diverse and mutually supportive environment like ours often leads to solutions that are bigger and better than you'd find working solo. You'll fit right in if you like to think, are a good listener, and believe that you have ideas and opinions to share. Our welcoming, inclusive, and respectful environment empowers all employees to shape their futures - and ours - through recognition and advancement.
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelors Degree.
  • 7+ years of relevant experience: At least 12 months demonstrated experience in strategic communications, managing complex and disparate datasets and leveraging them to understand trends and make predictions. Editorial skills, including synthesizing disparate and often conflicting information into cohesive documents or briefing materials
  • Demonstrated experience providing administrative support (e.g., staffing correspondence, managing calendars, and preparing read-ahead materials) to senior executives, such as General/Flag Officers, Civilian SESs, or corporate equivalents.​
  • Active Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance with a background investigation conducted within the past 5 years. Eligibility to receive a Poly. #CJ

If exceeding expectations drive your success, we're a match

Giving your all can take thinking on your feet, imagination, and empathy. We never get tired of going that extra mile when it comes to exceeding customer expectations. If you feel the same, you'll thrive here, inspired by like-minded colleague. Your colleagues here will come from diverse backgrounds, and we welcome all, knowing that the perspectives diversity brings make us smarter and better.

Must be able to obtain, maintain and/or currently possess a security clearance.
We harness the power of innovation so that you can change the world and help our customers solve their most complex challengesMust be able to obtain, maintain and/or currently possess a security clearance.