The CACI, Inc. National Services Business Group has immediate openings for motivated Watch Dissemination Officers in support of Intelligence Community requirements.
These roles are primarily based at customer facilities throughout the National Capital Region. This effort offers the opportunity to work with a team of seasoned professionals who provide management, mentorship operational expertise within their area of specialty.
Responsibilities: Stands rotating 12 hour watches in support of the Operation Center’s mission to provide senior USG, IC officials and global forward deployed elements with international, national and regional situational awareness. Receives and processes emergency notifications, incident and intelligence reporting formation about other events impacting or affecting US national interests.
Reviews and evaluates incoming reports, information, and programs to ensure timely and effective response to incidents and/or developing emergencies in which the USG may be involved or interested. Collects information from other government agency SITREPS and SPOTREPS during emergency situations in order to prepare reports that keep the national leadership informed of threats or issues.
Maintains systems for receipt, analysis, and dissemination of information and data pertaining to incidents, potential and actual emergency situations, and routine intelligence data, operational data, and information from other U.S. Government agencies (i.e., State Department, National Security Council, Department of Defense, Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the National Response Center).
Reviews and evaluates incoming reports, information, and programs to ensure timely and effective response to incidents or to train and validate responses to a wide variety of scenarios. Participates in exercises, assists in the analysis of results, and provides input to After Action Reports.
Maintains current knowledge and oversight of emergency plans, procedures, and resources of specific program offices as well as their pre-crisis analysis and planning in order to provide assistance to program officials managing crisis situations and to ensure availability of emergency operations resources. Recommends, changes to plans and procedures as appropriate.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must possess an active and verifiable Top Secret Clearance with the ability to obtain a Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) with polygraph. Inability to maintain this requirement is grounds for dismissal.
The position is considered critical-essential. As such, the employee may be required to return to the assigned duty station outside of normal duty hours to provide support to policy makers, particularly during crisis periods.
The employee must be able to deploy to an emergency relocation facility during crises or relocate to other sites for an undetermined amount time in support of continuity requirements.
The employee is assigned to specific shifts; day, night and weekends. Shift assignments may be occasionally changed to provide for scheduled absences such as sick leave or annual leave.
Knowledge of incident response planning and preparedness operations, considerations, and functions in order to understand and report on factors and problems presented by incidents and threats