Management And Program Analyst Team Lead - Victim Services Division

6K Systems Washington , DC 20319

Posted 2 weeks ago

6K Systems, Inc. (6K) provides exceptional Management Consulting, Information Technology and Mission Services to DoD, law enforcement and civilian agencies throughout the United States. In doing so, we utilize industry best practices to develop procedures that ensure compliance, consistency, reliability, and efficiency. As these standards evolve, we improve our level of quality and service to meet new demands.

Consistent with this focus, 6K holds a wide range of accreditations and certifications, including ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management), ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management), ISO 27001:2013 (Security Management), and CMMi Maturity Level 2. 6K is a Microsoft Gold Solution Provider (MSCP, MCSE1, MCDBA, MCSA, MCNPS, MCTS, SA, MCITP, MCTEM).

This focus on quality and commitment to unparalleled customer satisfaction drives 6K to continuous improvement and growth. We are determined to grow our business and customer relationships through integrity, superior performance, and an uncompromising dedication to excellence.

We are looking for a professional, experienced Management and Program Team Lead to join our team!


Individual will serve as a Team Lead over a team of Victim Notification Analysts who will provide full service administrative support to the FBI Victim Specialists. Individual will develop expert knowledge on FBI systems, Victim Services Division (VSD) databases and the Attorney General Guidelines for Victim and Witness Assistance in support of the FBI Victim Specialists in the field. Other duties include:

  • Supervises a team of Management and Program Analysts

  • Provides full service support to VSD employee's in assigned field offices

  • Assists the Victim Notification System (VNS) Coordinator directly

  • Oversees the processing of victim contact information and case documentation

  • Validates and verifies case files in multiple case management systems

  • Captures victim information in VNS, generating victim notification letters to victims of cases to inform them of the status of the investigation

  • Provides on-the-job training to new Victim Notifications Analysts

  • Assists in maintaining the VNS for numerous field offices and resident agencies and provide additional support on duties as assigned

  • Responsible for overseeing all staff on the contract

  • Interviews new candidates and coordinate all hiring requirements


  • Active Top Secret Clearance

  • Bachelors Degree from an accredited university; Education can be substituted with four (4) years of relevant experience in a professional environment

  • Minimum of four (4) years of relevant experience in a professional environment

  • Exceptional communication skills with emphasis on effectively communicating detailed analysis and recommendations to personnel

  • Experience in preparing presentation materials for a wide audience

  • Excellent communication skills with emphasis on effectively communicating program details with all levels of management

  • Experience producing written documentation, to include, but not limited to procedures and instructions

  • Experience managing, tracking, prioritizing, and scheduling multiple projects simultaneously and with meeting short deadlines

  • Ability to recognize when and where problems and opportunities exist and evaluate strengths and weaknesses of potential solutions to problem

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite -Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

The position is located in Washington, DC. To apply, please send your resume to

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