Responsibilities: The person selected for this position will assist the federal Biodetection Director of Field Operations (DFO) with managing the day-to-day operations. This is a unique opportunity to make a significant contribution to the defense of the Nation in a new and developing office.
This position will be located on a client site. Finalists must be able to pass a DHS Suitability Check and Secret Clearance.
- Assist CWMD NBIC with comprehensive short-term and long-term strategic planning.
- Provide analysis to support program direction.
- Support the ongoing development and implementation of the NBIC Strategic Plan, which includes the development of an NBIC Implementation Plan and related follow-on activities.
- Support the management and facilitation of NBIC oversight bodies such as the NBIC Interagency Working Group (NIWG), NBIC Advisory Board, and any associated sub-working groups.
- Conduct operational scientific and technical analysis in support of CWMD programs and mission areas.
- Lead the development of a variety of analytic decision support products that meet National decision makers' and stakeholders' requirements.
- Perform the functions of a technical expert in the relevant scientific field in support of CWMD programs.
- Apply scientific expertise in defining and resolving system issues, performing analysis, and developing plans and requirements for further analysis.
- Coordinate and manages the preparation of analysis, evaluations, and recommendations within CWMD programs in support of federal personnel.
- Master's degree in a scientific, engineering, medical, veterinary, or public health field.
- Ability to obtain high-level clearance and DHS suitability clearance
- 10+ years of experience in a scientific, engineering, medical, veterinary, or public health field such as biology, chemistry, biochemistry, bacteriology, virology, epidemiology, toxicology, immunology, environmental science or engineering, physics, mathematics, geology, or other related discipline
- Must have at least 4 years of experience providing direct or consultant scientific support to major programs or system development efforts related to human, animal, or plant health and medical consequences of CBRN events or a combination of experience in these areas and the homeland security pillars of prevention, protection, response, or recovery
- PHD level of education
- Active high-level clearance (current DHS Suitability preferred)
- Knowledge and experience in CBRN material as well as an understanding of the hazards associated with their manufacture, transport and use.
Location: National Capital Region, Washington, D.C.
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