General Administrative Support

General administrative support professionals provide support to all key aspects of our mission. You will work closely with strategic and tactical leaders, manage projects and serve in staff officer positions. Apply your skills to help the Intelligence Community protect national interests around the globe.


  • Social Sciences (e.g., Anthropology)
  • Applied Social Sciences
  • Support Services

Example Positions

  • Administrative Management Specialist
    Provides support for task management, information management, security, property accountability, document and report preparations, time and attendance, record/files maintenance, travel arrangements, procurement of supplies and equipment.
  • Administrative Management Specialist (COR)
    Identifies, coordinates, monitors and evaluates the organization's operational and contracting activities. Helps to identify actual or potential operational problems using a variety of analytical techniques and applications.
  • Staff Officer
    Oversees, administers, coordinates, integrates, and evaluates the efforts of administrative operational areas to identify specific requirements and to plan and schedule for actual needs to meet those requirements. Requires vision, leadership, and proficiency in developing, explaining and implementing policy. Problem identification, analysis, and resolution are key.
  • Program Officer
    Manages or oversees specific programs. Researches, develops, interprets, and implements policies. Develops reports or training and advises personnel on program-related issues such as budget, schedules, and metrics.
  • Chief of Staff
    Provides direct administrative and technical staff support to senior-level leaders. Anticipates and keeps senior leaders apprised of high priority issues, requirements, and developments.
  • Customer Service Advocate
    Provides one-stop access to support products and services by interviewing requester to determine specifics of request, understanding customer perspective, or providing information to resolve the problem. Performs preliminary analysis of customer needs to identify the most appropriate approach for solving problems.
  • Office Assistant
    Perform basic office support functions such as typing, filing, answering phones, greeting visitors, operating general office equipment, timekeeping, records management, and providing basic administrative services for the immediate organization.
  • Program/Project Director
    Performs one or more functions that contribute to the management of a project or effort (planning, resource management, scheduling, tracking and oversight, quality assurance). Builds and motivates teams to accomplish goals, creates and sustains a strong customer focus, and maintains high expectations for performance.
  • Executive Support Assistance
    Performs a comprehensive range of direct executive office support for a designated ODNI senior executive, assisting, and relieving the manager by addressing a variety of complex office support functions.
  • Executive Project Coordinator
    Plans, manages, and coordinates multiple projects for ODNI senior executives by reviewing, researching, writing/editing, coordinating, and collaborating on time-sensitive information, correspondence, papers, policy, and briefing materials.


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