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Corporate Communications Specialist 2020-M-424

Springfield, VA · Government/Military
Join ICES on a contract impacting national security as a Corporate Communications Specialist. These positions are located in Springfield, VA. All positions require an active/current TS/SCI security clearance and be willing and able to pass an additional polygraph as needed.
 
As a Corporate Communications Specialist, specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Duties
  • Support communications projects as aligned to CIO-T five key strategic mission areas of IC ITE/Cloud Migration; Cybersecurity; Mission Evolution and Emerging Capabilities; GEOINT Standards, Architecture and Engineering; workforce development and transformation.
  • Assist CIO-T groups, divisions and offices highlight and publicize related CIO-T mission initiatives and audiences to a variety of audience through a multitude of communications tactics.
  • Develop effective communication strategies, plans and tactics that highlight and promote understanding and awareness of key functional areas of the CIO-T directorate.
  • Research, write, and coordinate news/feature articles or other communiqués, as assigned by CIO-T Strategic Communications Division chief.
  • Develop other communication products, such as briefings, marketing campaigns,, aimed at increasing awareness of milestones and initiatives for a variety of audiences.
  • All products shall be written in accordance with AP Style guidelines and align with CIO-T Communications Strategy.
  • Provide editing support to CIO-T team members and CIO-T subject matter experts on internal and external taskers, reviews, and requests, as directed by CIO-T Communications Division Chief.
  • Maintain the CIO-TQC group mailbox
  • Follow established timelines, processes and procedures as well as continually look for ways to improve the overall processes, and support to CIO-T communications mission.
  • Create and manage electronic content related to CIO-T Strategy
  • Communicate with CIO-T and subordinate offices on the status of assignments
  • Respond to emails requesting the communications support promptly at the request of the Government to provide assistance with communication needs. (CDRL: Reports, Briefings, Evaluations, Technical Assignments, Transition Plan, White Papers etc.)
  • Create communication plans and tactical calendars for assigned communication initiatives
  • Work seamlessly in a team environment, interfacing with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
  • Plan and execute communications tasks as identified and assigned by the CIO-T Strategic Communications Division chief.  
  • Assist CIO-TS groups, divisions and offices highlight and publicize related CIO-TS mission initiatives and audiences to a variety of audience through a multitude of communications tactics.
  • Provide editing support to CIO-TS team members and CIO-TS subject matter experts on internal and external taskers, reviews, and requests, as directed by CIO-TST Division Chief.
  • Develop effective communication strategies, plans and tactics that highlight and promote understanding and awareness of key functional areas of the CIO-TS office.
  • Research, write, and coordinate news/feature articles or other communiqués, as assigned by CIO-TST Division chief.
  • Maintain the CIO-TS group mailbox
  • Follow established timelines, processes and procedures as well as continually look for ways to improve the overall processes, and support to CIO-TS communications mission.
  • Create and manage electronic content related to CIO-TS Strategy
  • Communicate with CIO-TS, subordinate offices and SMEs on the status of assignments.
  • Plan and execute communications tasks as identified and assigned by the CIO-TST Division Chief
 
 
 
 Required Qualifications:
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience within field
  • Possess a bachelor degree in Communication, Journalism, English or relevent experience.
  • Demonstrate advanced skill in oral and interpersonal communication, and writing at collegiate and professional levels, especially news and feature writing. Demonstrated written and oral communication skills with drafting documents and briefings.
  • Demonstrated experience utilizing critical thinking data gathering and analytic skills
  • Demonstrated experience with AP Style guidelines
 
Desired Qualifications: 
  • Graduate Degree or equivalent experience within related field
  • Knowledge of issues facing the Intelligence Community, and the Department of Defense
  • Knowledge of functions, products and technologies
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of the NGA organization, leadership, programs, systems
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