About the Role
Under the direction and supervision of the General Counsel, Department of Homeland Security, the incumbent provides legal advice and guidance to the CISA Director, General Counsel, the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and other senior DHS officials in the exercise of their responsibilities and authorities under the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Executive Orders, and other related authorities necessary for DHS to carry out its complex mission. Legal advice involves complex, novel, and precedent-setting issues.
The incumbent leads the CISA office of Chief Counsel and its attorneys and staff, including a Principal Deputy Chief Counsel and multiple Deputy Chief Counsels.
The incumbent directs a team of lawyers providing the full range of legal advice and services for all programs within CISA, including cybersecurity, communications, infrastructure protection, chemical security, risk management, and law enforcement-related matters. The incumbent is responsible for representing CISA and the General Counsel in meetings with Departmental leaders, the other agencies, Congressional staff, State and local government, academia, nonprofits, and the private sector. Many of these duties are performed with little notice and under short deadlines.
The incumbent also directs research and analysis on a wide variety of court decisions, legislation, regulations, and policies, and provides legal support for the execution of a wide array of international and interagency projects. Duties include providing oral and written advice to the General Counsel, CISA leadership and field personnel, and other senior DHS executives. The incumbent is also responsible for coordinating with other attorneys across OGC to provide comprehensive legal support that meets the Department's and CISA's interests. Strong writing skills and communications skills are critical.
The incumbent supports the Director in leading CISA, including in developing comprehensive and long-range planning process and staffing plans, in recruiting and selecting professionals to join the office, and ensuring the professional development of the office's attorneys.
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