Intelligence Analyst (FBI), GS 7/9/11
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Various locations, US

Incumbent will provide tactical analysis of intelligence required to assist field Agents in fulfilling intelligence requirements, and needs for specific cases.  Provides vital strategic analysis with which the FBI can analyze and assess the cyber threat to the entire nation.  As Intelligence and Information Needs (IIN’s) and Intelligence Gaps are identified, incumbent will be responsible to convert information into collection requirement, assisting field offices in determining further investigative avenues, with the ultimate goal of Intelligence enhancing existing investigations, as well as identifying new investigations.  Produces communications that present a broad spectrum of issues to other Intelligence Community (IC) and law enforcement entities in a clear, concise, and logical manner.  Reviews investigative intelligence reports from various agencies; recommends approval/disapproval regarding the dissemination of intelligence information for use by the IC and law enforcement entities.  Forms and maintains extensive liaison with local, national, and international contacts with the intelligence and law enforcement communities.  Ensures compliance with laws, regulations, executive orders, and directives promulgated by the Congress, Attorney General, the Director of the FBI, and the DCI to achieve goals and objectives.

Basic Requirements:
Bachelors degree in any discipline from an accredited college or university.  Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the above requirement if you can show that the foreign education is comparable to that received in an accredited educational institution in the United States.

In addition to the basic requirements indicated above, applicant must possess one year of specialized experience or two years of other acceptable experience (defined below) equivalent to at least the next lower grade level (GS 5, GS 7, or GS 11 respectively).

SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTOR:  Candidates must have know knowledge of the following: Computer communications (i.e. Novell, Microsoft, Oracle); Computer design and theory; Computer functional hardware; Computer graphics; Computer internet; Computer languages (such as NET, ADA, Assembler, Basic, C++, COBAL, JAVA, Natural, Perl, SQL, Visual Basic, Visual C++); Computer maintenance; Computer multimedia, Computer networks; Computer operations; Computer programming; Computer science; Computer software languages; and Operating platforms (Linux, Windows, Unix, Mac).

Specialized experience is experience advising, administering, supervising or performing work in the collection, analysis, program management, evaluation, interpretation and dissemination of intelligence information on political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, scientific or military conditions, trends and forces in foreign and domestic areas which directly or indirectly affect the national security.

Visit and search for Job Announcement Number: FO-2009-0084.


Utilities Program Associate
Colorado Governor’s Energy Office
Denver, CO

The Utilities Program Associate will work within the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) Utilities Program to advance the utility-related goals of the New Energy Economy (NEE) and Colorado Climate Action Plan. This position will assist the GEO as it develops partnerships and support for the NEE across the entire spectrum of Colorado electric and gas utilities, independent power producers, transmission developers, and other stakeholders in the state’s utility sector.

The Utilities Program Associate will:
• Assist the Utilities Program Manager with several large scale projects.
• Assist with managing and coordinating contracting agencies.
• Assist with the GEO’s participation in energy related dockets before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC).
• Assist in developing the Colorado Utilities Profile report including converting and analyzing data.
• Serve as a utilities issues expert before the legislature, state agencies, and other stakeholders on natural gas, power generation, transmission and demand side management topics.
• Work with the Utilities Program Manager and the GEO communications team to coordinate workshops throughout the state to communicate Colorado’s climate action and transmission development progress.
• Assist in advocating for a regulatory and statutory structure that promotes renewable and energy efficiency resources throughout the state of Colorado. For investor-owned utilities (IOUs), this may include advocating for the decoupling of profits from sales or other financial mechanisms to provide IOUs financial incentives to reduce demand.
• Research and capitalize on new Federal grant opportunities which promote the implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency and policy for the electric power sector in Colorado.
• Assist in negotiating settlements with interveners appearing before the PUC.
• Maintain a collaborative set of relationships with all 57 electric utilities throughout the state while pursuing new partnerships relating to Federal opportunities within the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
• Research and advocate for a consistent approach to smart grid infrastructure deployment, utility demand side management, and state wide net-metering of customer-owned electric equipment.
• Work closely with the GEO staff on upcoming PUC dockets.

Successful candidates will:
• Be familiar with energy policy and utility regulatory processes,
• Possess a strong understanding of Colorado’s energy utility industry,
• Be capable of establishing and maintaining productive partnerships between multiple entities,
• Be able to develop and successfully manage budgets, work plans and strategic plans,
• Have a passion for energy efficiency and renewable energy,
• Be a bridge-builder and team player,
• Have excellent written and verbal communication skills,
• Be a self-starter, creative thinker, and proficient administrator, and
• Be familar with the Microsoft Office Suite.

Full-time position, state government benefits, downtown Denver location, RTD Eco Pass, annual salary commensurate with experience.

Send resume and cover letter to: (no phone calls please)

Seth Portner, Deputy Director
Governor’s Energy Office
Colorado Governor’s Energy Office
1580 Logan Street, Suite 100 Denver, CO 80203

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