Principal Transportation Threat Assessment & Credentialing (TSA POMS) HLSP10

E3 Federal Solutions (E3) is an award winning Veteran Owned Business specializing in providing acquisition management, financial management, and program management support to the federal government. E3's strong understanding of federal acquisition, contract, financial management and program management organization (PMO) lifecycles pave the way for mature organizational processes, experienced resources, responsive management and proven management methodologies to meet and exceed client goals. Excellence, Integrity, Accountability, Community and Humility are the core values of E3 as we continue to strive in becoming a recognized leader in the management consulting community that both federal agencies and industry partners value doing business with. We are an organization that offers both our employees and clients an exceptional experience; our culture will be contagious, while always maintaining a genuine reputation.
E3 Federal Solutions, LLC seeks a Principal - Transportation Threat Assessment & Credentialing to join our team in support of our projected work with our homeland security federal government client, the Department of Homeland Security - Transportation Security Administration (TSA) - Office of Intelligence Analysis (OIA) - Program Management Division (PMD).
This position will be located on 601 South 12th Street, in Arlington, VA.
The regular work responsibilities include:
+ Providing leadership and consulting expertise in support of TSA credentialing programs.
+ Overseeing responses to Congressional, Federal and State Agencies, and other stakeholder inquiries ? including drafting responses, managing data calls for information, and developing a reporting system
+ Supervising and managing on site staff.
+ Supporting leadership in meetings and with development of White Papers, presentations, and metrics
+ Documenting internal work processes, updating and drafting Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
+ Directing collection and presentation of data from various public and private entities.
+ Supporting responses to requests to answer Congressional and Federal Agency inquiries, general correspondences, briefings, and other documents
+ Designing, maintaining, and developing production reports and dashboards
+ Overseeing data entry and analysis for quality control
+ Managing status report updates and distribution
+ Supporting ad hoc reporting, White Papers, and other requests in support of transportation threat assessment and credentialing efforts.
Required:
+ Bachelor's degree and 10 years of directly related professional work experience.
+ Proficient with the use of MS Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and SharePoint.
+ Must possess strong communication and analytical skills.
+ Must be able to obtain and maintain a DHS TSA Suitability Clearance.
Preferred:
+ Candidates with homeland security experience with Security Threat Assessment (STA) Program.
+ Familiarity with TSA and OIA
+ Experience supporting the Program Management Division (PMD) within TSA OIA, and with full life-cycle program management for Maritime, Aviation, Surface, and other vetting programs
+ Experience with OIA programs to include the following: Secure Flight, Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC?), Hazardous Material Endorsement (HME), Alien Flight School, TSA Pre ?? Application Program and Risk Analysis.
+ Experience working with security threat assessment (STA) program policies, processes. procedures and resources; managing customer and stakeholder requirements and expectations; and managing resources, including cost estimations and planning, shared cost and resource allocation planning, financial spend plan and budget formulation and execution, creating and managing contracts valued at over $250 million.
+ Experience with program operations coordinating and managing regulatory activities to establish new programs and maintain existing program authorities; reviewing and crafting proposed legislation impacting STA programs; and engaging with Congressional, industry and government stakeholders.
Req #: 2016-3214 7d26d14397cb4b2081dc06529003eec6

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