Vacancies in the World of CBRNe


CBRNE  DTRA Technical Expert (Chemical Focus) - Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Job Summary:

This position(s) provides operational, research and development, and training support along with subject matter expert advice and decision support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) at Ft. Belvoir in Fairfax County, Virginia. This position(s) is within DTRA’s 24/7/365 Technical Reachback Division. 

Responsibilities:

  • Providing subject matter expertise to conduct, implement, and sustain research and development (R&D) and operational support in CBRNE incident response for DTRA Technical Reachback.
  • Providing a support capability for the following groups/agencies: Combatant Commands; Office of the Secretary of Defense; Joint Staff; Intelligence Community; command elements; first responders, and federal, state, and local government organizations.
  • Using applied knowledge to develop, integrate, test, verify, validate, and apply CBRNE software/scenarios based on results of experiments and predicted phenomena based on theoretical and computational methods.
  • Working closely with other scientists to define modeling objectives, obtain required model inputs and outputs, and verify/validate results.
  • Presenting modeling results and decision support aid to both internal and external customers in the form of written reports and oral presentations.

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Nuclear Deterrence SME – Alaka'ina Foundation Family of Companies 

Job Summary:

The Alaka'ina Foundation Family of Companies (FOCs) has a need for a Nuclear Deterrence Subject Matter Expert (SME) to support the Advanced Search and Discovery (ASD) capabilities of the Defense Threat Reduction Information Analysis Center (DTRIAC) and its Advanced Search and Discovery (ASD) program out of Albuquerque, NM.

Responsibilities:

  • Research, prepare, and present recommendations to DTRA senior leaders on programs, policies, data management, and data collection relating to nuclear deterrence.
  • Continue the formation and use of an active inventory system for reportable nuclear deterrent items/artifacts. 
  • Secure, maintain, and update classified documentation. 
  • Identify and segregate records for classified NSI originated by DTRA and exclusions for RD/FRD; identify and segregate documents containing classified National Security Information (NSI) for referral to other agencies for declassification review. 
  • Protect nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other resources.
  • Conduct vulnerability & design analysis and execute the design, engineering, and implementation functions of complex physical security systems within DoD, DOE, and other government agencies.

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Lead Evaluator - CWMD/CBRNE - MITRE

Job Summary: MITRE Labs seeks a Lead WMD SME with experience planning and evaluating security cooperation and capacity building programs in the area of counter WMD proliferation. The Lead WMD SME will provide expert input to the planning, design, and oversight of independent assessments of international programs. Responsibilities include working with the Assessment Lead to develop assessment objectives, metrics, methodology and approach to gather objective evidence to support evaluations.

Responsibilities:

  • Developing assessment approaches and methodologies for international cWMDs capacity building programs
  • Performing assessments as part of audit teams domestically and overseas
  • Writing evidence-based findings reports and presenting results to Stakeholders
  • Developing analysis frameworks and metrics for performance measurement
  • Executing audits and assessments to a variety of international standards and requirements
  • Developing audit and assessment plans

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Management, Operational, and Professional Support Service (CBRNE) – MISSION ESSENTIAL

Job Summary: The HQ USAFE/A4CX, Emergency Management Branch expert support in Readiness and Emergency Management (R&EM) and planning for both Air Force Forces (AFFOR) and Major Command (MAJCOM) operational Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) planning functions. These capabilities are critical to ensuring USAFE can meet new emerging CBRNE readiness focus requirements for home station, expeditionary, and contingency environments across the USEUCOM Area of Responsibility (AOR). 

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a MAJCOM expert for conducting a detailed gap analysis on the current CBRNE threats to USAFE installations and other resources throughout Europe.
  • Develop detailed MAJCOM-level Support Plans to conduct viable steady-state mission operations and the wartime Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) in a hostile and/or contaminated CBRNE environment.
  • Provide proposed corrective actions and identify additional resources required to mitigate short-term and long-term gaps. 
  • Review USAFE installation plans to ensure they incorporate all functions relating to the installation Emergency Management (EM) programs ensuring effective prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery operations to allow continued mission capability at the installation level.
  • Coordinate MAJCOM Support Plans with HQ USEUCOM, Headquarters Air Force (HAF), USAFE Directorates, and other support staff agencies to meet the planning requirements of CCMD, DoD, sister Services, interagency, NATO Allies, and partner nations in Europe.

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CBRNE Program Analyst – ManTech International

Job Summary:

The Program Analyst will provide Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to the Irregular Warfare Technical Support Directorate (IWTSD). Support includes coordinating research and development projects, end-user requirements, providing R&D project oversight, and reviewing technical proposals. This position will be working in the area of CBRNE for an organization that rapidly identifies and develops capabilities to combat terrorism for the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and the other Government organizations. ManTech is seeking an individual with a strong interest in technology and experience in training and special operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure successful execution and delivery of multiple defense research and development projects supporting the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, International partners, and the Interagency.
  • Provide technical and operational advice and assistance related to CBRNE Projects.
  • Develop procurement packages resulting from Broad Agency Announcements and other vendor solicitations including Statements of Work, Technical Evaluations, Independent Cost Estimates, Contract Data Requirements Lists, etc.
  • Facilitate and manage the portfolio at a programmatic level, in close coordination with a Government Program Manager.
  • Support operational planning, testing, system fielding, and sustainment efforts.

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CBRN Proficiency Program Coordinator - SAIC

Job Summary:

SAIC is seeking a CBRN Proficiency Program Coordinator with an active Secret Clearance to support the CBRN Response Team (CRT) of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA). The CBRN Response Team (CRT) provides the Pentagon Reservation and other National Capital Region (NCR) Department of Defense facilities with a highly trained response force to quickly evaluate suspected and real Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear threats. 

Responsibilities:

  • Providing Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) technical support and proficiency management, including instruction. 
  • Serving as the CBRNE Proficiency Program Coordinator in working with the prime contractor and end user in delivering required support. 
  • Providing instruction to the CRT on various topics associated with CBRN and all hazard emergency responses. 
  • Assisting the government in the implementation and maintenance of a standardized methodology to assess and validate the employee competencies that are unique to the CRT's mission. 
  • Preparing and delivering Training Support Packages (TSP) to the government. TSP's consist of a training product for each piece of CRT equipment and technology utilized by the CRT

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Nuclear Engineer - Global Systems Engineering

Job Summary:

When joining GSE, you will be working to solve real-world problems that have grave impacts on National Security and will be working with individuals who share your passions and encourage your ambition. It is important to us that we hire individuals that are committed to the mission and are passionate about what we do. We in return, support their ambition and provide them with the tools they need to grow within their career and to develop professional within the field.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Technical Reachback team at Fort Belvoir, VA, a multi-disciplinary team that performs complex analysis and conducts special studies to help determine the effects of both natural and man made disasters that affect our national security.
  • Help develop scientific reports, technical assessments and independent verification/validation of CBRNE effects models.
  • Undergo a rigorous certification process to become more knowledgeable of each area of the Reachback team so that you can actively participate in the multiple efforts they participate in.
  • Be involved in consequence management support in areas of threat detection, attribution, protection, and remediation applications.
  • Obtain required model inputs and outputs and then verify and validate results to then develop tailored products for the customer.
  • Review technical work of other scientist and engineers performing modeling projects

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Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Operator - LEIDOS

Job Summary:

This position will monitor all CBRNE network activity in a DOD Emergency Operations Center. Candidate will be responsible for resolving technical problems and answering queries by telephone in support of internal and/or outside customer computer hardware, software, and network devices. May route calls to technical specialists.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintains policies and procedures for specific emergency response, continuity planning and disaster recovery operations.
  • Maintain a working knowledge and understanding of the technology used in supporting the EOC and response procedures.
  • Follow written and oral instructions regarding operational procedures in an emergency operations center environment and carry out tasks with minimal supervision and oversight.
  • Responsible for performing a wide variety of nonstandard complex tasks using advanced techniques and requiring knowledge of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) disciplines.

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Military Operations Analyst - EOD/Spec War – Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

Job Summary:

Provides support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) NT (Nuclear Technologies) Department with emphasis on nuclear detection. Nuclear Detection Technologies mission is to research, develop, evaluate, and transition capabilities to enable the Joint Force to detect, deter, monitor, characterize, and track nuclear threats in order to operate decisively in conflict, competition and crisis scenarios. Incumbent understands Nuclear Crisis Response (NCR) within the DoD enterprise.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides military subject matter expertise and analytical and technical support to the full spectrum of RDT&E projects as applied to military operations.
  • Assists with developing scenarios, concepts of operations, or concepts of employment for U.S., friendly, and opposition forces to support campaign analysis and planning. 
  • Identifies relevant systems characteristics and requirements and applicable tactics, techniques, and procedures. 
  • Evaluates all project aspects, including design, development, execution, and implementation of nuclear threat detection research and development. 
  • Understanding capability gaps and assisting in setting project and product-level strategy and priorities, ensuring portfolios are responsive and mapped to program goals.

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Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Biological SME) - CACI

Job Summary:

As a CACI-WGI Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Biological SME), you will serve as a biological subject-matter expert and technical authority with a focus on current/near-term events, plans, developments, and trends pertaining to the proliferation of WMD and biological events; issues impacting biological security; force protection; and force operability and survivability against a broad spectrum of nuclear, biological, chemical, and other WMD events.

Responsibilities:

As a Counter-Proliferation Analyst with specialized experience in biological warfare and defense you will analyze and produce intelligence products for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) focused on biological WMDs, and counter-proliferation threats using advanced all source analytic capabilities.  You will apply expertise in biological WMD, counter-proliferation, and network analysis (Counter Threat Network), social network analysis, and command and control systems.  You will serve as an All-Source Counter-Proliferation Intelligence Analyst with specialized experience in biological warfare and defense whose primary responsibility will be informing DTRA activities through structured research using multiple sources and analytic tool suites.  You will deliver products that increase the client's situational understanding and comprehension of biological WMD and improvised-threats, and associated counter-proliferation networks.  You will assist in evaluating paths to biological WMDs, including state WMD programs and potential proliferation, and support real-world missions in a dynamic client environment.

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Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Chemical SME) – CACI

Job Summary:

As a CACI-WGI Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Chemical SME), you will serve as a chemical subject-matter expert and technical authority with a focus on current/near-term events, plans, developments, and trends pertaining to the proliferation of WMD and chemical events; issues impacting chemical security; force protection; and force operability and survivability against a broad spectrum of nuclear, biological, chemical, and other WMD events.

Responsibilities:

• As a Counter-Proliferation Analysts with specialized experience in chemical warfare and defense you will analyze and produce intelligence products for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) focused on chemical WMDs, and counter-proliferation threats using advanced all source analytic capabilities.  • You will apply expertise in chemical WMD, Counter-proliferation, and network analysis (Counter Threat Network), social network analysis, and command and control systems.  You will serve as an all-source counter-proliferation intelligence analyst with specialized experience in chemical warfare and defense whose primary responsibility will be informing DTRA activities through structured research using multiple sources and analytic tool suites.  • You will deliver products that increase the client's situational understanding and comprehension of chemical WMD and improvised-threats, and associated counter-proliferation networks.

• You will assist in evaluating paths to chemical WMDs, including state WMD programs and potential proliferation, and support real-world missions in a dynamic client environment. • The Counter-Proliferation Analyst (Chemical SME) will respond to strategic operational and tactical collection needs based on raw intelligence and apply knowledge of related collection techniques and possess working knowledge of tradecraft and tools used in the chemical WMD and counter-proliferation collection environment. 

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