Manager, Strategic Intelligence & Government
- Reston, VA, USA
Key leader in the Strategic Intelligence and Government Team. Program manages a client facing program, overseeing a portfolio of up to 12 government projects. Lead a team of highly functioning analysts, and support with acquisition of tools and logistics in order to enable the team’s success. Interacts with key government customers, understanding requirements and helping to align resources and support to specific customer needs. Serves as an example to more junior team members in planning, program execution, quality, and performance against project tasks. Provides regular feedback to Intelligence team senior leadership on program successes, requirements, and risks.
- Lead and manage the Advanced Intelligence Access (AIA) Program
- Work across functional analysis teams, sales teams, and Mandiant consulting to advance the interests and requirements of the AIA Program
- Provide budgetary recommendations to the Director, Strategic Intelligence and Government, for the training, travel, and educational requirements to support AIA intelligence integrators
- Provide necessary personnel management, logistical support, and personnel review tasks in support of AIA
- Collaborate across the intelligence practice and other FireEye practice areas (Mandiant, Managed Defense, Global Government) to refine and improve processes designed to support the AIA program
- Leverage experience in program management to provide direct engagement management across the AIA portfolio, ensuring relationship management, engagement quality checks, periodic business reviews, and risk management
- Integrate with Intelligence practice government business initiatives and use the AIA engagements as a means of providing increased support to the sales and capture across the FireEye government portfolio
- Provide recommendations for FireEye policy and strategic communications positions on key government initiatives (such as cyber security information sharing)
- Help Intelligence and FireEye senior leadership remain informed and abreast of government personnel transitions and developments of interest
Minimum five years’ experience performing project management or personnel management in an intelligence or intelligence -related field with U.S. government, Department of Defense, or equivalent government agency or private-sector organization. This also includes proposing new areas for development based on technical and industrial knowledge of the intelligence lifecycle.
- Active TS/SCI Security Clearance
- Ability to express complex concepts verbally, graphically, and in writing. Excellent writing skills are mandatory.
- Ability to demonstrate comprehensive, practical knowledge of research / collection skills and analytical methods.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills with a customer-outcome-oriented attitude
- Ability to work as part of a distributed virtual production team with limited supervision and under tight deadlines, solid project and task management skills.
- Self-starter with great personal initiative.
- Understanding of computer intrusions, malicious code, cyber terrorism, threat finance, money laundering / fraud / eCrime, and other criminal activity (or)
- Understanding of financial, energy, or other critical infrastructure sectors (or)
- Understanding of technical skills areas such as digital forensics or digital media exploitation, network architecture, or programming (C++, Delphi, Java, Perl, Python)
- Understanding of risk management, risk assessment, and risk communication functions
- Undergraduate degree in intelligence studies, security studies, political science, international relations, or other liberals arts discipline or equivalent experience is desired.