The Policy and Privacy Analyst directly supports the EIMO Policy/Privacy federal manager and acts as the lead on multiple EIMO policy projects and PMO assigned projects as assigned by the HSPD-12 Program Manager. Work and responsibilities include but are not limited to performing project planning and documentation activities, developing policies and procedures for enterprise Identity, Access, and Credential Management (ICAM) activities across the Department, gathering requirements for projects with policy and privacy implications and translating into recommended implementation guidance, and turning that guidance into final work products to be used across the Department at an enterprise level. Additionally responsible for coordinating with multiple federal clients and contract staff to review EIMO Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD – 12) Program documentation for accuracy and adherence to policies.
The candidate must have the ability to operate effectively under pressure adhering to the ProSol Core Values of Agility: rapid adaptation to the changing requirements and environment of our clients; Excellence: Service quality that exceeds the expectations of our clients; Integrity: Accountability and honesty−always doing the right thing; and Long Term Commitment: Unquestioned loyalty and dedication to our clients, partners and employees.
Gathers, analyzes and composes complex technical information. Conducts research and ensures the use of proper technical terminology. Translates technical information into clear, readable documents to be used by technical and non-technical personnel. Organizes material and writes descriptive copy according to established standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology. Selects photographs, drawings, sketches, diagrams, and charts to illustrate material. Develops communications materials for publications, internet, strategic initiatives, user manuals, training materials, installation guides, white papers, reports, etc. Develops, writes, and edits functional descriptions, system specifications, special reports, or any other customer deliverables and documents. Provides technical writing support and deciphers directions provided on scripted storyboards, specifications, etc. Reviews documents for technical accuracy in accordance with applicable regulations.
Work is primarily performed in an office environment. Typically employees sit comfortably to do their work, interspersed by brief periods of standing, walking, bending, carrying papers and books, and extensive periods requiring the use of computer terminals to accomplish work objectives.