Title: Agency Management Lead Analyst
Hiring Range: Negotiable and Commensurate with Experience
Pay Band: 5
Agency: Department of State Police
Location: North Chesterfield
Agency Website: vsp.virginia.gov
Recruitment Type: General Public - G
•Provides timely, accurate and objective all-source intelligence analysis on human trafficking networks and offense trends to local, state and federal investigators, public safety executives, and state policy makers.
•Conducts analysis of considerable difficulty utilizing incomplete and sometimes contradictory data in order to identify methods, trends, and patterns relating to sex and labor trafficking activity throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
•Delivers analytic case support to local, state and federal criminal investigations. Analytic case support includes but is not limited to supporting grand jury investigations, search warrant preparation, intelligence operations, criminal network analysis, telephone toll analysis, GIS analysis, social network analysis, temporal analysis, and open-source analysis.
•Produces charts and graphics as needed in support of active criminal investigations related to human trafficking.
•Produces written intelligence reports regarding case specific criminal activity. Supports follow-up of NSI-Suspicious Activity Reporting impacting Virginia State Police (VSP).
•Testifies in court regarding analysis conducted in support of criminal human trafficking investigations.
•Drafts intelligence products, crafts and delivers intelligence briefings, and other intelligence products utilizing a diverse set of information technology-based analysis platforms specific to human trafficking.
•Accurately inputs information into the VFC intelligence management system and conducts appropriate database research. Leverages multiple information technology based analytic platforms to include Arch GIS, VIMS, I2 Analyst Notebook, Excel and PenLink in support of human trafficking investigations.
•Accurately documents and analyzes financial transactions associated with criminal enterprises to reflect evidence of illegality, and profit by and/or for illegal means in support of human trafficking investigations.
•Produces written intelligence products that support Department, legislative and gubernatorial policy development regarding human trafficking issues in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
•Identifies relevant intelligence or information that can be leveraged in the intelligence production cycle. Identifies key intelligence gaps and include in written intelligence products and briefings. Leverage analytic and critical thinking skills and methodologies to reduce or remove bias in analytic judgments.
•Crafts and delivers effective visual presentations leveraged in support of intelligence briefings regarding case development and support. Delivers intelligence briefings to a diverse customer base that encompasses a wide range of knowledge and skill sets.
•Coordinates with Federal, state and local partners during the intelligence production process to ensure inclusion and analysis of all relevant materials in the final intelligence product.
•Effectively reviews written intelligence products to ensure accurate and proper grammar, punctuation, report format, and classification of information.
•Coordinates the exchange of tactical, operational and strategic intelligence regarding active criminal investigations or threats related to human trafficking with those who have a need and right to know.
•Coordinates the exchange of tactical, operational and strategic intelligence regarding HTU operations with those who have a need and right to know.
•Initiates and maintains contact with local law enforcement, fire/EMS and emergency management community to encourage sharing of information and resources related to human trafficking operations and/or networks.
•Initiates and maintains contact with federal law enforcement, military and Homeland Security partners to facilitate sharing of information and resources related to trafficking operations and/or networks.
•Attends and/or coordinates regional intelligence and information sharing meetings regarding human trafficking.
•Cooperates with other law enforcement agencies and promotes a cooperative working relationship and promotes the pursuit of the Department's goals and objectives.
•Performs other duties assigned to assist in meeting the Virginia Fusion Center’s mission, goals, and objectives which includes but is not limited to supporting the grant funding and expenditure process leveraged to fund this position, coordination of relevant training for public safety agencies, and participation in interview panels.
•Annually completes card holder training on proper card usage, security, and procurement guidelines, electronically, within the Department of Human Resource Management's Learning Center.
•Compliance as required by Executive Order Number 35 (2019).
•Training plans and desk procedures are kept current and updates are coordinated through supervision.
•Safety issues are reviewed and communicated to assure a safe and healthy workplace. Unsafe conditions are addressed and corrected.
•May be required to perform other duties as assigned.
•May be required to assist the Department or state government generally in the event of an emergency declaration by the Governor.
•Working knowledge of state and federal laws, and regulations relating to criminal intelligence and their proper application; of one or more information technology-based analysis platforms such as Palantir, PenLink, Excel, I2 Analyst Notebook; of GIS applications to produce maps or other geographic intelligence reporting; and of supervisory principles, practices and techniques.
•Skill in using computers to include Microsoft Office applications, analytical applications (i.e., software) to produce text, tables, graphs, and charts. Working knowledge of the ESRI ArcGIS program to produce GIS based analytic products. Proven ability to research and analyze statistical data to reach sound analytic judgments.
•A sound understanding of how to verify the validity and reliability of information obtained from a variety of sources; and to develop analytic assessments from diverse datasets and recognize contradictory and/or incomplete information.
•Must be effective in a team environment and the ability to work independently. Must be able to prepare and deliver briefings related to analytical findings to a variety of audiences.
•Must establish and maintain cooperative relationships with government agency representatives, and relevant private sector partners.
•Must be able to proofread and edit written materials to ensure accuracy and completeness.
•Must be able to complete work under critical timelines to meet project objectives and deadlines; and to oversee the work activities of analytic staff.
•Graduation from high school or equivalent.
•Requires a three year commitment to the Virginia Fusion Center.
•Must have a valid driver’s license and ability to obtain a federal security clearance.
•Requires the ability to work rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays.
•An equivalent combination of training and experience indicating possession of the preceding knowledge, skills and abilities may substitute for this education and experience.
•Public safety experience or other broad scope governmental experience preferred.
•College degree in social science, government, business, or criminal justice related field and/or analytical experience to include criminal analytical training is preferred.
•Financial analysis experience or accounting background is preferred.
A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION SHALL BE REQUIRED OF EACH SELECTED APPLICANT
Elements of the selection process include the screening of application(s); the interviewing of qualified candidate(s); salary negotiation(s) if applicable; a background investigation; and a medical evaluation if applicable. The anticipated duration of the pre-employment process is determined by the successful completion of the above items.
Applications, cover letters and/or resumes shall only be accepted on-line through the PageUp recruitment management system at https://jobs.virginia.gov and must be received by 11:55 P.M. on February 7, 2023. Please limit resumes to four pages and cover letters to one page. Any additional attachments received in excess of this will not be considered.
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The Virginia State Police is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our policy is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, parental status, political affiliation or any other categories protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
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