On January 27th, DIA will be holding a job fair at the University of Virginia. This will be a recruiting event where employment opportunities will be available for recent undergraduates and graduate students interested in pursing a career in intelligence.
Below is a job opportunity with DIA that just became available also:
Vacancy Announcement Number: P10-029258-01-DEB
Note: By going to the DIA Jobs Website and searching for the above announcement number you can apply and view more detailed information.
Position: General Engineer (Advanced Technologies/Intel)
Area of Consideration:Open All Sources
Opening Date: 7-DEC-2010
Number of Positions Available: 1
Location: CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA
Type of Appointment:Permanent
Contact Information:Derrick Brooks 202-231-5500
Closing Date: 27-DEC-2010
Pay Plan: IA
Pay Band(s): B03
Salary Range: From $57408 to $106369 annually
Work Schedule: Full Time
DCIPS Pay Band and GG Equivalent
This is an Occupational Band 3 job in the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS). Band 3 duties are at the full performance level, and are equivalent to those at the GS/GG 11, 12, and 13. The selectee’s salary will be set within the band equivalent to a GS/GG grade based on the selectee’s qualifications in relation to the job.
Who Can Apply?
All applicants must be U.S. citizens and are subject to a thorough background inquiry.
The incumbent serves as a General Engineer (Advanced Technologies/Intel) with responsibility for planning, organizing, and conducting scientific and technical intelligence (S&TI) assessments related to foreign developments of advanced technologies with potential to adversely affect US national security or be of use in domestic military development programs. As such, the incumbent applies a full range of professional scientific and engineering skills and intelligence analytic skills to assess and report on foreign processes or means to develop advanced technologies with potential use as breakthrough weapons, countermeasures to US weapons or defense systems, or may be applied in US military developmental programs. The incumbent initiates, plans, organizes, evaluates, and prepares intelligence analytical assessments independently; in conjunction with counterpart agency analysts; or in conjunction with Community-wide efforts involving the Department of Defense (DoD), military services, domestic research, development or acquisition organizations, and both national and international intelligence elements.