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Cybercrime Investigations Senior Law Enforcement Advisor (Cybercrime SLEA) (ICITAP)

Job ID: 205889
Location: , Kathmandu, Nepal
Date Posted: Jun 30, 2020
Category: Law Enforcement
Subcategory: Law Enforcement Trainer
Schedule: Casual (includes On Call and Temporary)
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Public Trust
Potential for Remote Work: No

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Job Description

Description

SAIC is seeking a Cybercrime Investigations Senior Law Enforcement Advisor (Cybercrime SLEA) to support DOJ’s ICITAP Program.

 

Work assignment locations may be worldwide. 

 

The Cybercrime SLEA serves as part of a larger team of specialized investigations technical advisors in assisting the host nation to build and strengthen investigative and prosecutorial capacities under new criminal codes with strong foundations in rule of law, respect for human rights and applied global best practices. 

 

While the Cybercrime SLEA is one of DOJ/ICITAP’s prime contractor representatives on the topic of cybercrime investigations, the Cybercrime SLEA is NOT a US government official.   Work will be performed at designated host-country site(s).  

 

Job Duties:

  • Responsible for training, advising and mentoring host country officials on best practices for improving, organizing, staffing, equipping, budgeting and sustaining specialized investigations capabilities to address cyber criminals and enterprises in accordance with host-country with local laws, criminal procedures and ICITAP project requirements. 
  • Work directly with senior host-country police officials, among others, advising and mentoring on the best approaches for developing highly effective cybercrime investigations workforce of investigators, computer-based technical experts and other specialists.  Specialized workforce development includes assisting in job task analysis, curricula development, instructional methods, performance metrics and leadership development. 
  • Advise on investigative and cyber intelligence strategies for addressing eCrimes, deep web, cryptocurrency, social media, OSINT exploitation, and other digital or web-based sources. 
  • Advise and mentor host-country officials on lawful practices for identifying, collecting, preserving, and processing computer-based evidence while ensuring chain-of-custody and evidentiary integrity for admissibility in accordance with local rules of evidence procedure. 
  • Advise and mentor host-country officials on best practices for criminal case management related to cyber-criminal investigations and prosecutions. 
  • Assist in developing and utilizing specialized case management databases. 
  • Advise host country officials on best practices for Cybercrimes Investigations Unit administration and management with accountability. 
  • Advise and mentor on the best methods for maintaining investigative operations security while achieving appropriate interagency information sharing and integrity. 
  • Advise on best practices for cybercrime prevention programs and education. 
  • May represent DOJ/ICITAP in meetings with the U.S. government agency officials, senior foreign officials and others.  

 

Other Duties also include:

  • Facilitating meetings; leading working groups; developing reports and specialized papers; reviewing and editing policies; manuals and Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs); conducting briefings; and, active participation in advising officials. 

Qualifications

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, computer science, Information technology, digital evidence, international relations, or related fields from a U.S. Department of Education recognized institution and  15 years of related experience; OR Masters and thirteen 13 years of experience; OR PhD or JD and 4 years of experience.

  • U.S. Citizen with the ability to obtain a Public Trust certification from the U.S. DOJ

  • 15 years of law enforcement experience, with most of the relevant experience in large agencies or department or in federal law enforcement agencies

  • 10 years of specialized cyber or computer based criminal investigations involving all aspects of investigative and prosecutorial preparation methods with some involving complex criminal cases

  • 4 years of progressive supervisory investigative experience with responsibility over cyber or computer-based criminal investigations units or task forces

  • Demonstrated experience in training, advising or mentoring foreign criminal justice officials

  • Demonstrated experience preparing and successfully leading, as case agent, cybercrimes prosecutions

  • Experience operating in austere and resource-strained environments

  • Possess a valid U.S. Passport



Overview

SAIC is a premier technology integrator solving our nation's most complex modernization and readiness challenges. Our robust portfolio of offerings across the defense, space, civilian, and intelligence markets includes high-end solutions in engineering, IT, and mission solutions. Using our expertise in existing and emerging technologies, we integrate the best components from our own portfolio and our partner ecosystem to deliver innovative, effective, and efficient solutions. We are 25,500 strong; driven by mission, united by purpose, and inspired by opportunities. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, SAIC has pro forma annual revenues of nearly $7.1 billion. For more information, visit saic.com. For ongoing news, please visit our newsroom. For SAIC benefits information, see Working at SAIC. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

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