Friday, December 2, 2022

S.T.A.R. Program | U.S. Secret Service


Summer 2023 Fellowships | The Roosevelt Network

The Roosevelt Network is currently recruiting for two stipended fellowship programs: the Emerging Fellowship and the Roosevelt in Washington Fellowship. Student fellows receive a $3,000 stipend, policy and leadership training, and opportunities to explore policy aligned careers .The first round application deadline is December 18th.

Below is a quick overview of the two programs:

Roosevelt in Washington (RIW) Fellowship 

Emerging Fellowship 

Transformational opportunity for undergraduate students in the last 1-2 years of their bachelors degree program to gain real world policy experience through placement in an 8-week (paid) summer internship in Washington, DC. RIW fellows will go through a 6 week bootcamp, focused on policy and leadership skills training, ahead of their summer internship experience. Fully funded housing and public transportation for the duration of the internship.

Academically rigorous policy research and writing opportunity for undergraduate students in the last 1-2 years of their bachelors degree program, where they will write a short policy brief to be published by the Roosevelt Institute. Emerging Fellows are paid and will be deeply supported in their research and policy writing, with opportunities for mentorship and exploration of graduate school pathways.

The Roosevelt Network - a student leadership incubator within the Roosevelt Institute, develops and supports undergraduate college students —in particular, those who hold identities historically denied political power—to be the next generation of leaders in the progressive policy ecosystem.

Thursday, December 1, 2022

Criminal Intelligence Analyst | CGI

Criminal Intelligence Analyst
Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)
Main location: United States, Virginia, Fairfax
Position ID: J1122-3349
Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:
This position will fuse together key criminal intelligence resources from local, state, and federal agencies as well as private industries to facilitate information collection, prioritization, classification, analysis, and sharing, in order to better identify and defend against criminal activity. This position will support law enforcement investigations, facilitate multi-disciplinary partnerships and create intelligence products and briefings for Fairfax County Police Criminal Intelligence Unit.

Your future duties and responsibilities:
  • Facilitate the exchange of criminal, terrorism, and critical infrastructure information and intelligence between the fusion centers and all law enforcement, public safety, homeland security partners, and private industry partners in the Northern Virginia region.
  • Analyze multi-faceted data in order to show methods, trends, and patterns relating to criminal activity in Fairfax County.
  • Compile reports and undertake projects relating to criminal, terrorism, homeland security, cyber, or critical infrastructure issues as needed.
  • Conduct database checks and provide analyzed results in a report to respond to requests for information in a timely, efficient manner.
  • Compile in-depth intelligence products and complete projects relating to criminal activity, terrorism, cyber, or critical infrastructure and provide assistance to the Criminal Intelligence Unit as needed.

Summer 2023 Corporate Security Intern | PenFed Credit Union

Corporate Security Intern - Summer 2023
Locations: McLean, Virginia
Category: Internship
Req ID: 9460

Are you looking for an educational and robust summer internship? Are you interested in spending your summer near the Nation’s Capital? If so, please apply for PenFed’s Summer College Internship! Our paid, ten-week intern experience will take place from May 30th to August 4th, 2023.
We are seeking a Corporate Security Undergraduate Student Intern at our location in Tysons, Virginia. PenFed’s Internship Program offers college students with a meaningful internship experience from which they can make informed future career decisions.  Our internships are meant to provide a great test drive of our company, industry, and a potential career field.  Interns are fully integrated into our business departments across the entire enterprise and assigned to impactful projects, solving real business problems faced by our company.  Each intern is assigned a hiring manager and a mentor. In addition to the work our interns do within their respective departments, our interns will work together on a collaborative project. 

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Spring 2023 Compliance Risk and Diligence Internship | Kroll

Intern, Compliance Risk and Diligence
Job ID 21007271
Washington D.C., District of Columbia

Through a combination of in-depth subject matter expertise, global research capabilities and flexible technology tools, the Compliance Risk and Diligence practice of Kroll helps clients take a risk-based approach toward meeting obligations or remediating failures regarding anti-bribery, anti-corruption and related regulatory mandates. These include pre-transactional intelligence; vendor, supplier and distributor due diligence; vendor management platform; leadership/executive vetting; sanctions screening and monitoring; country/industry risk; and bespoke inquiries.

Interns support the overall research and due diligence process at the company. Interns will be exposed to due diligence practices used globally to mitigate the impact of fraud and corruption. We place a high value on our talent and seek candidates with a high level of conscientiousness, integrity, and professional pride.

The right candidate will have outstanding English reading and writing skills, meticulous attention to detail, a sense of curiosity, the ability and enthusiasm to learn quickly, and a dedication to client satisfaction. Fluency in other languages is a plus.
  • Conduct increasingly complex English-language research using public record databases, commercial and proprietary databases, media sources and the Internet
  • Assist with analyzing and synthesizing relevant research findings
  • Write well-structured, concise, logical and objective reports to provide clients with an accurate assessment of the findings.

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Legal Assistant – Fraud Section (Criminal Division) | CACI

Legal Assistant – Fraud Section (Criminal Division)
Location Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America | DOJ MBI | 271485

Job Category: Service Contract Act
Time Type: Full time
Minimum Clearance Required to Start: DOJ MBI
Employee Type: Regular
Percentage of Travel Required: Up to 10%
Type of Travel: Local

Provide Case Support to the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division.  You’ll work closely with Section attorneys in a fast-paced environment and assist in the investigation, prosecution of fraud, up to and including providing trial support.

More About the Role


Transportation Security Administration

Closing date: 11/30/2022
Locations: 1 vacancy in the following locations: Colorado Springs, CO; Springfield, VA

This TRANSPORTATION SECURITY SPECIALIST (Vetting & Law Enforcement) position is located in the Investigations, Referrals, and Analysis (IR&A) Branch of the Vetting Analysis Division, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Performing technical and analytical duties with direct supervision oversight for projects and programs to assist in improving the overall security of the transportation system, authorize access to sensitive areas of airport facilities and make preliminary waiver recommendations related to federally restricted airspace.
  • Assisting in conducting analysis for identification and mitigation of threats to the transportation infrastructure; prepares and reports results for review by a more senior employee.
  • Interacting with law enforcement members of Federal, State, local and international government, law enforcement, intelligence, and inspection agencies, as well as representatives of industry in pursuit of strong transportation security and safety objectives.
  • The major duties described above reflect the full performance level of this position. Typically, the lower pay bands (G & H Band) perform the same duties but will receive more guidance and training; and/or projects/work assignments may be less complex

To qualify for the SV-G Pay Band (equivalent to GS-5/7/9), applicants must meet one of the qualification requirements (A, B, OR C) outlined below.

Intelligence Analyst | Deloitte

Intelligence Analyst
Rosslyn, Virginia

Are you ready for an exciting opportunity that offers professional growth? Do you want to utilize cutting edge approaches and technology to identify and mitigate emerging threats within our client environments, all while helping support important missions? Are you a problem solver and an innovator with a passion for investigating illicit acts by US adversaries in order to protect our national interests? Deloitte's Investigations & Intelligence (I&I) team could be the place for you! We help clients gather and understand vast amounts of information; analyze it through deep understanding of their regulatory, administrative, criminal or executive authorities; and produce tailored insights that inform enforcement or other legal actions. Join our team and begin tackling these critical issues in a collaborative team environment.

Work you'll do:

  • Provide expert Intelligence Analysis in the collection, control, and dissemination of law enforcement and intelligence/ information.
  • Incorporate classified foreign intelligence information into criminal network analyses.
  • Conduct criminal analysis and develop investigative leads.
  • Conduct network analysis.
  • Perform systematic reviews, exploitations, in depth analysis, coordinates, monitors, and disseminates national and international intelligence, law enforcement developments and trends.
  • Utilize intelligence information to produce and disseminate Reports of Analysis (ROAs)products.
  • Interpret and evaluate intelligence analyses and draft critical Reports of Analysis as requested.
  • Locate, acquire, review, select and organize intelligence materials for use in briefings, reports, and other analytic products.
  • Relevant degree in one of the fields listed and a minimum of two years of intelligence analysis experience OR non-relevant degree and a minimum of six years of intelligence analysis experience.
  • One year knowledge of/experience in three or more of the following areas: Intelligence Community Systems, Financial Crimes, Human Smuggling, Human Trafficking, Contraband Smuggling, Transnational Criminal Networks.
  • Education: BA/BS Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Public Administration, Public Policy, or a closely related field from and accredited institution of higher learning.