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Company Name : Los Angeles Area Fire Chiefs Association
Company Location : United States
Job Position : Regional Training Group (RTG) Intelligence Chief
Job Category : Jobs in United States
Job Description :
On behalf of the Fire Department, the City of Monterey Park Purchasing Division is seeking proposals from qualified parties interested in providing the services of “Regional Training Group (RTG) Intelligence Chief” to the Los Angeles Area Fire Chiefs Association (LAAFCA). This is a full-time grant-funded position and is subject to available funding. The contract period will be for 12 months with the option to renew for two (2) years; each year shall be renewable in one-year increments by written amendment unless terminated earlier.
SCOPE OF WORK TO BE PERFORMED
The Intelligence Chief is a position that will work with and be directly subordinate to the Executive Director of the Regional Training Group (RTG) of the Los Angeles Area Fire Chiefs Association (LAAFCA). The Intelligence Chief will serve as the intelligence advisor to LAAFCA, providing regular reports and briefings as needed to member agencies on matters related to terrorism, homeland security, public health threats, cyber-security threats, major crime developments, and other hazards and trends that pose a significant threat to the community of Los Angeles and first responders. The Intelligence Chief will contribute to, support, and further develop the training and response readiness of Los Angeles area first responders for incidents of national significance.
The Intelligence Chief will work to develop and manage strategies to ensure effective information and intelligence sharing between Los Angeles area fire service agencies, the Joint Regional Intelligence Center (JRIC), and other partner agencies. The Intelligence Chief will develop and maintain professional relationships with law enforcement, emergency management, and public health partners; maintain access to open source and sensitive but unclassified online intelligence services; attend briefings, training, and meetings up to their level of clearance, and participate in workgroups to maintain an in-depth and current understanding of threats and trends. Additional intelligence duties may be required as directed or assigned and based upon work location.
The Intelligence Chief will need to qualify for and maintain a Top-Secret Security Clearance.
The Intelligence Chief will perform research, collaborate on, develop, and disseminate periodic and regular reports, advisories, briefings, and training on relevant intelligence issues. Responsibilities will include sharing intelligence within the guidelines, constraints, and protocols of authoring agencies and entities.
The Intelligence Chief may be called upon to support Incident Command or within operational centers (i.e., Emergency Operations Center) during significant incidents and events according to LAAFCA needs. The Intelligence Chief will need sufficient command-level operational experience and ICS training to function effectively during any such deployments.
It shall be the bidder’s responsibility to submit proposals that meet all specifications outlined unless an adequate substitution is provided and agreed upon by the Monterey Park Fire Department contract administrator.
MANDATORY QUALIFICATIONS OF THE RTG INTELLIGENCE CHIEF
Bachelor’s (BA/BS) degree in Homeland Security, Fire Administration, Emergency Management, Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Security Studies, or related field.
Possess 3+ years of experience as a fire department chief officer (Battalion Chief or higher rank), police department senior officer (Police Lieutenant or higher rank), or other senior officer of a public safety agency, military, or related field.
Demonstrated experience in information and intelligence-sharing strategies.
Demonstrated experience with training in support of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Incident Command System (ICS).
Strong interest in intelligence, homeland security, and counter-terrorism.
Strong written and oral communications and presentation skills.
Strong project management skills, detail-oriented, and well-organized.
Strong creative and problem-solving skills and self-driven.
Demonstrated ability to lead through influence and collaboration.
A combination of work experience, formal education, training, and skills may be considered for substitution of the required qualifications, based on a thorough review of the applicant’s curriculum vitae.
Master’s degree in Homeland Security, Fire Administration, Emergency Management, Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Security Studies, or related field.
Current security clearance at the Secret or Top-Secret level.
Knowledge of Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Policies (Federal Regulation 28 CFR Part 23).
Experience in counter-terrorism.
Experience with intelligence analysis and processes.
Experience with homeland security-related committees or workgroups.
Experience working with or within the United States Intelligence Community.
Experience in hazardous materials or Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) related programs.
To read the full proposal and submit a bid, please go to the City of Monterey Park’s website at https://www.montereypark.ca.gov/Bids.aspx?BidID=18. Only candidates who formally submit bids per the Request For Proposal guidelines will be considered for the position.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Temporary
8 hour shift
Top Secret (Preferred)
Work Location: Multiple Locations
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