STATE OF OHIO
Public Safety Intelligence Manager (Security)
Ohio Department of Public Safety - Ohio Homeland Security
Report in location: 1970 W. Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43223
Under the direction of the Executive Director & Administrative Officer 3, manages & directs all aspects of the Education & Outreach Section of Ohio Homeland Security; Plans & directs the analysis & production within the Education & Outreach Section & supervises public safety intelligence analysts (e.g., analysts who assess local implications of time-sensitive & emerging threat information; identify the dissemination of time-sensitive & emerging threat information to all homeland security partners; gather locally-generated information based on time-sensitive & emerging threats); Oversees & coordinates policies developed by public safety intelligence analysts to ensure consistency & efficiency (e. g., policies & protocols for state & local governmental entities in homeland security, counterterrorism, & protection of critical infrastructure & resources in the State of Ohio); Develops & implements homeland security intelligence production; Prepares &/or revises manuals, policies, programs, proposed rules, regulations &/or directives pertaining directly to Education & Outreach operations; Receives, collects, reviews, & analyzes information data from a variety of public & private sources, field organizations & agencies; Coordinates, prepares & performs threat assessments, bulletins & briefings for dissemination to OHS partners; Ensures & is responsible for auditing & compliance with 28 Code of Federal Regulations (i.e., 28 CFR) & all other applicable laws & regulations; Attends & coordinates intelligence strategy meetings with other OHS PSIMs & Statewide Terrorism Analysis & Crime Center (STACC) partners; Acts as subject matter expert in Intelligence & Information Sharing for OHS planning activities & serves as OHS liaison with public & private agencies; Establish priorities & supervise subordinate personnel (e.g. provide developmental opportunities & work direction, coach staff to foster development, monitor staff activities to ensure quality customer service & information technology security, evaluate performance, approve section staffing levels, recommend discipline, pre-screen applications & participate in interviews).
Administers Federal Department of Homeland Security programs (i.e. Intelligence Liaison Officer (ILO) Program (e.g., recruitment, training, networking to develop partnerships, & liaison with prospective & current ILOs), Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR), & See Something Say Something) to private & public sectors, organizations, governmental officials, & general public statewide; Supports the National Fusion Center Network & the Ohio Fusion Center Network including participation in subcommittees; Administers OHS outreach programs such as the Explosive Detection K9 Program; Conducts research & makes recommendations for homeland security projects, including grant opportunities; Works with homeland security regions, OHS & Ohio Emergency Management Agency (OEMA) grant staff to develop Law Enforcement State Homeland Security Program (LE SHSP) grant funding priorities.
Recommends & approves technical upgrades & enhancements to OHS's Communication & Information Management System (CIMS) related to Education & Outreach functions; Assists in the development & presentation of information & training for agency & public awareness; Supports physical protective measures of OHS secure spaces per Department of Homeland Security (DHS) & Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) guidelines; Performs other related duties assigned.
***Position also requires the ability to obtain and maintain a federal Security Clearance***
Completion of graduate core program in homeland security, political science, criminal justice, emergency management, public health, international affairs or related field; 12 mos. exp. in conducting research studies &/or problem solving using operational, mathematical, analytical &/or statistical research techniques & preparing reports, records &/or technical evaluations related to conducting research. -or 48 mos. exp. conducting research studies &/or problem solving using operational, mathematical, analytical &/or statistical research techniques & preparing reports, records &/or technical evaluations related to conducting research. -or 12 mos. exp. as Public Safety Intelligence Analyst, 64931. -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
-or 48 mos. exp. conducting research studies &/or problem solving using operational, mathematical, analytical &/or statistical research techniques & preparing reports, records &/or technical evaluations related to conducting research.
-or 12 mos. exp. as Public Safety Intelligence Analyst, 64931.
-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.