You are cordially invited to attend 
 

NCTC Employment Information Session

  

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW • Washington, D.C.

Parking

NOTE: Registration for this event is now closed.

Only preregistered guests will be admitted.

Open to U.S. Citizens ONLY.*

This event is sponsored by IWP’s Office of Career Services.


 
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The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)
 is hiring Entry-Level Analysts and other positions. Representatives from this agency will be at The Institute of World Politics to discuss their mission, work and the positions they are hiring for to work on countering and defeating the terrorist threat in the United States and around the world.



*For events marked “U.S. Citizens Only”: Only U.S. citizens will be admitted to such an event, and only after each has registered online in advance of the event beginning. The following forms of identification will be considered by IWP as proving citizenship: a valid U.S. Passport (original), a copy of a birth certificate proving birth in the U.S. (as well as a government-issued photo ID), a U.S. Government issued Common Access Card (a CAC card), or a U.S. Certificate of Naturalization. No exceptions will be made for failure to produce one of these documents.
 

Additional information about the NCTC:

  • NCTC operates as a partnership of organizations to include: Central Intelligence Agency; Department of Justice/Federal Bureau of Investigation; Departments of State, Defense, and Homeland Security; and other entities that provide unique expertise.
  • Chairs interagency meetings and video teleconferences on terrorist groups, capabilities, plans and intentions, and emerging threats to U.S. interests at home and abroad.
  • Produces integrated and interagency-coordinated analytic assessments on terrorism issues and publishes warnings, alerts, and advisories as appropriate.
  • Maintains the national repository of known and suspected terrorists.
  • Manages a Joint Operations Center to provide unique insight and situational awareness of developing terrorism-related worldwide issues and events.
  • Operates a secure website, NCTC Online CURRENT, which serves as the primary dissemination mechanism for terrorism information produced by the NCTC and other counterterrorism mission partners to include international partners. NCTC Online CURRENT is directly available to a broad audience to include U.S. government partners with an operational focus such as the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces and DoD’s combatant commands.
  • Supports a process led by the Executive Office of the President to improve terrorism information sharing within the Intelligence Community and with the rest of the federal government and beyond.

To find out more about this agency please visit: https://www.nctc.gov.

 


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