The Director of Operations in Texas organization is seeking an experienced leader with an operational background and excellent organizational, leadership, collaboration, and interpersonal skills to serve as the Chief Operations Officer (COO) for NSAT DO. The COO is responsible for daily knowledge and 30/60/90 forecasting of operational events with NSAT DO missions. The COO leads efforts to advance NSAT DO Texas overall operational posture through implementation of best practices and continual improvement in quality and timeliness of issue resolution. The NSAT Director of Operations (DO) Chief Operations Officer (COO) plays a critical role in leading the Texas Operations team. The COO will lead the day-to-day NSAT DO operational updates and manage the 24/7 TSOC watch operations. The COO will also serve as a bridge between organizational leaders across NSAT and DO operational requirements to ensure that delivered solutions meet mission needs. As such, the selectee must have the demonstrated ability to build and foster enterprise partnerships with internal NSA organizations, military services, external DoD, IC, and law enforcement agencies. Finally the COO is a core member of the NSAT DO Senior Leadership Team (SLT), and is routinely and intimately involved in technical, strategic, governance, and leadership discussions and decision making with the other members of the DO Texas SLT. The selectee must be comfortable working with and briefing senior USG leaders, flag/general officers, distinguished visitors, and members of Congress and their staffs.
EXPERT Entry is with a Bachelor's degree plus 9 years of relevant experience, or a Master's degree plus 7 years of relevant experience, or a Doctoral degree plus 5 years of relevant experience. A high school diploma or GED plus 13 years of relevant experience, or an Associate's degree plus 11 years of relevant experience may be considered. Degree in any field acceptable. Relevant experience must be formal supervisory experience, and specialized experience in a subject matter related to the position in which the candidate is applying. In addition, may also include informal supervisory experience (e.g., team lead). At least 5 years of formal management experience and experience within the IC/DoD is preferred.
GLOBAL SKILLS: Teaching; coaching and mentoring; process improvement; project management; coordination and collaboration; oral and written communication; organizational representation; persuasion and negotiation; teaming; problem recognition and resolution; documentation; advocacy; basic budget and finance; time management; strategic thinking and writing; requirements analysis. KNOWLEDGE: Customers and customer goals; general interactive principles (active listening, effective oral and written communication, tact, diplomacy, etc.); negotiation techniques; intelligence and cryptologic community organization, mission, goals, priorities, and initiatives; awards and promotion criteria/process; awareness of external events and trends associated with training requirements; cost-benefit analysis; effective management and leadership principles and behavior; ACE system; selection/hiring program; strategic planning process and techniques. TOOLS: e-technologies, Desktop systems, internet and intranet (NSANet, Intelink), word processing software (MSWord), presentation and graphics software (PowerPoint), spreadsheet software (Excel). Demonstrated abilities: Develop and communicate strategic goals, vision, priorities, programs, and long-range plans for an organization or the Agency, adjusting them as necessary in response to mission, political, technological or environmental changes. Guide the organization or program in creating and sustaining a strong customer focus and high expectations for performance. Oversee, direct, or manage programs. Define and agree upon areas of responsibility and authority for others. Manage an organization's internal processes. Manage an organization or unit's personnel processes, including promotions, awards, staffing, hiring, and adverse actions. Evaluate the performance of employees against specified performance standards and goals. Identify and address performance deficiencies of employees. Monitor and evaluate work performed by employees, other team members, or contractors. Provide performance feedback and counseling to subordinates. Assign tasks or projects to others. Create work teams with appropriate employees to accomplish work goals. Establish performance expectations, goals, objectives, or milestones for individuals, teams, or projects. Motivate and encourage others to accomplish work assignments and goals. Participate in Agency and organizational personnel decisions for promotion, awards, positions, or training. Provide recognition and rewards to subordinates. Recommend or initiate personnel actions (for example, promotions, awards, disciplinary actions). Supervise the activities of subordinates.
This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday. Salary offers are based on candidates' education level and years of experience relevant to the position and also take into account information provided by the hiring manager/organization regarding the work level for the position. This position is hiring for Texas. Salary Range: $132,522 - $172,278.
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