Supreme Court of the United States Deputy Marshal (Security) in Washington, District Of Columbia
Summary This is a full-time position with the Marshal at the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C. Closing Date: Monday, 08/15/2022, 11:59 PM EDT Responsibilities The Deputy Marshal (Security) reports to the Chief Deputy Marshal and Marshal for the Supreme Court of the United States (Court). The incumbent oversees development and execution of the Court's national security and preparedness program, to include: chemical, biological, and radiological mitigation, security clearances, criminal intelligence collection and dissemination, exercises and training, and implementation of long-range strategic concepts, plans, and continuity practices, procedures and policies. Provides program oversight for governmental entities to ensure the Court can maintain its essential functions during times of crisis. Oversees the Court's security team in the development, organization and administration of the Court's various security programs, and related policies, including physical security, personnel security, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection, and Special Access Programs. Serves as a member of several continuity working groups and committees. Works closely with the Supreme Court Police (Police) on recruitment, retention, talent management and training, which require development of a deep understanding of Police operations and requirements. Works closely with the Police on program development and physical security. In coordination with the Police, oversees the Court's Protective Intelligence Unit personnel and activities in support of the policing and protection missions and directly supervises senior level employees. Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications Significant experience advising senior organizational leaders on complex issues required. A minimum of ten years in progressive positions of responsibility required, including at least five years in a position of significant supervisory authority in a military, security, criminal justice or law enforcement organization. Leadership and personnel management experience in a multi-disciplinary environment required. Advanced degree is highly desirable. Advanced education/training in security, law, intelligence, or continuity related matters is highly desirable. Experience with talent management and comprehensive staffing studies/surveys is highly desirable. Strong interpersonal skills, initiative, integrity and tact are required. Knowledge of basic law enforcement principles, practices, and intelligence required. Knowledge of continuity and security practices, policies, procedures, and systems required. Strong advisory skills required, including sound judgment and the ability to articulate thoughts clearly, verbally and in writing. Must be a team player with the ability to represent the best interests of the Court and the Marshal's Office while working with diverse counterparts, superiors and subordinates both within and external to the Court. Education College degree required. Additional Information Working for the Supreme Court of the United States offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, life insurance, health benefits, and participation in the Federal Employees Retirement System. Additional benefits include flexible spending accounts, long-term care insurance, and the SmartBenefits transit subsidy.