Residency Status: ALL CANDIDATES MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN
Clearance: Candidate Must Possess An Active TS/SCI w/CI poly
Time Type: Full-Time, Daytime Schedule
Relocation Fees: No
NAOVI (Novel Applications, Inc.) is a premier technology services company that provides solutions in the areas of Cyber Security, Information Management and Systems Integration. NAOVI is a business that combines experience, creativity, flexibility, pragmatism, and cost-effective solutions in order to deliver measurable business value to our clients.
Headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia, NAOVI employs engineers, analysts, IT specialists and other professionals who strive to be the best at everything they do.
NAOVI is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
NAOVI is seeking a Policy Expert for the following task:
Provide advice, editorial expertise, and consultative support to organizational policy development to include: development of new policies and improvement of existing policies; providing advice to inform management decisions; and providing consultation in program and project management and administration of policies.
Provide government-wide benchmarking, policy research, analyses, and evaluation in support of policy development, management, and/or administration.
Conduct statutory and other legal research; coordinate organizational policies created by Corporate Policy Management (CPM) or submitted by components; and provide editorial, formatting, and policy expertise in support of draft policy products during the coordination process with OGC, agency components, and with external agencies, when needed.
Maintain an agency-wide repository for Instructions, Internal Process Documents (IPDs) and Policy Memoranda, and serve as Content Manager for the Internal Policy Library and CPM web site.
Develop briefings for the COO, Deputy COO, and other senior managers across the customer agency.
Develop, implement, and maintain a process to identify, track, and complete action items to capture trend analysis of agency Instructions and other policy documents and de-conflict policy process issues that may arise.
Bachelors degree or higher in policy, intelligence, other U.S. Government related field, public administration, or program management.
Minimum ten (10) years demonstrated expertise in supporting U.S. Government policy development.
Minimum five (5) years experience working in the IC (civilian and/or military components) with knowledge of IC organizations, relationships, and practices. These five (5) years may be concurrent with the requisite ten (10) years of work experience.
Extensive experience with conducting in-depth policy research in a variety of areas (e.g., IT, security, human resources, information management, privacy).
Excellent presentation, facilitation, and oral and written communication skills.
Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, organizational, grammar, and editorial skills, with attention to detail.
Masters degree or higher in policy, intelligence, other U.S. Government related field, public administration, or program management
Extensive experience facilitating working groups to resolve complex policy issues.
Extensive experience creating professional policy products.
Extensive experience with balancing a diverse workload in order to meet changing and competing requirements, and advanced capacity to prioritize or recommend priorities and courses of action to the customer.
Advanced skills using MS Office products (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Pro).