Vacancies in the World of CBRNe


CBRNe Policy SME-BROADLEAFE

BROADLEAFE is looking for an individual to serve as a CBRNe Subject Matter Expert responsible for contract supporting National Guard Bureau (NGB) J39.

Responsibilities:

  • Review current CBRNE policy, provide recommended updates, and facilitate and participate in CBRNE policy working groups in the support of the CBRNE Response Enterprise (CRE).
  • Prepare documents for TMT coordination, monitor the status of these documents, review, adjudicate, and provide recommendations through Consolidated Resolution Matrix (CRM).
  • Revise documents in accordance with guidance provided by the Chief, Strategic Concepts and Doctrine Branch and provide recommendations through Consolidated Resolution Matrix (CRM). 
  • Serve as the SME for CRE policy and doctrine support and the liaison between the NGB-J37/39 which includes supporting multiple working groups, interagency meetings, and working through vital Task Management Tool (TMT) reviews;
  • Provide KM Task accomplishment, serves as the CBRN JTS SME, and performs Functional Analyst duties.

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CBRNe Analyst – Anser

ANSER is seeking a CBRNE Analyst to support an Operational Commandon Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG). In the course of this work, the ideal candidate will provide CBRNE operations and planning subject matter expertise and program support to a government-customers focused on the planning and the implementation of new technologies and methodologies.

Responsibilities:

  • Continuously identify program and resource needs and requirements and assess those requirements based on the program needs of a CBRNE Program customer
  • Current experience with and a demonstrated comprehensive knowledge with respect to planning, preparing, executing, and analyzing bi-lateral and multi-lateral Joint and Army CCMD level WMD-Elimination exercises.
  • Direct, detailed, and current knowledge of the Defense Readiness Reporting System Army (DRRS-A)
  • Experience with Mission Essential Task List (METL) development, current business rules for METL development, and the systems and tools employed to develop and standardize unit METLs.
  • Current Combat Training Center experience with the CBRN Battalion Task Force (TF) employment concept.
  • Direct and current knowledge of the 20th CBRNE Command readiness reporting requirements.

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Research Scientist – Bruker

Bruker Daltonics offers an immediate opening in Billerica, MA HQ for a Research Scientist in the area of mass spectrometry instrumentation with a focus on ion sources.

Responsibilities:

  • Work in a team environment to carry targeted ion source technologies through feasibility testing.
  • Design or assist in the design of experimental apparati, assembling and testing such apparati, and reporting results.
  • Assist the company in protecting the intellectual property associated with new technologies through the prosecution of patent applications.
  • Assist others in bringing successful technologies into production and must assist in the resolution any serious issues that might be found with the company’s ion source technology at the product level.
  • Work in a laboratory with applicable instrument hardware, vacuum pumps, electronics, and workflows representative of end user application.

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Chemist – US Secret Service

Job Summary:

The U.S Secret Service’s Office of Technical Development and Mission Support is looking for a chemist to provide overall program and project planning, coordination, management and quality assurance for interrelated technical areas including, but not limited to: CBRNe threat detection and countermeasures; infrastructure protection; and protective equipment for CBRNe safety. As a part of the position, the applicant will serve as a scientist on specialized projects while collaborating with internal and external stakeholders in developing, formulating, planning, directing, managing, and executing the agency’s operational programs.

Responsibilities:

  • Develope, test, and evaluate tools, systems and protocols for the detection, containment and disposition of CBRNE materials.
  • Participate in interagency ad-hoc working groups for CBRNE detection and protection protocols.
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to assure that mission requirements and performance metrics are met, utilize best practices and applicable scientific methods to ensure “real time” data/information throughout the contract/program life cycle
  • Prepare and provide briefings for the agency’s leadership and other stakeholders.
  • Supporte fixed-site, temporary-site and laboratory operations.
  • Prepare operational and maintenance specifications and guides for end-users.
  • Provide training and technical briefings to end-users regarding the use, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.
  • Support the development of contract requirements and the administration of contracts.

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CBRNe Program Manager – Defense Government – Teledyne FLIR

Job Summary:

The Program Manager will be responsible for successful execution and management of one or more Contract Research & Development (CRAD) programs to meet contractual budget and schedule commitments, inclusive of DoD Defense Acquisition programs of record. The Program Manager will develop and maintain a good working relationship with US Government customers and manage a complex team of employees and subcontractors who are geographically dispersed.  This includes contract tasks and deliverables, coordination across teams of resources of external partners through subcontractors and internal science, engineering, and production teams, resource planning, financial budgeting, program revenue and expenditure forecasting for US Government contracts.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a complex, geographically dispersed program/project team to meet or exceed SOW, on budget and on schedule. Manage personnel and material resources to ensure efficient execution of program activities, ensuring they meet contractual timelines for the Government customer, and FLIR internal Phase-Gate development timelines.
  • Brief internal and external customers on progress regularly; work with government and other customers to secure follow work and/or expand scope and budget of on-contract work.
  • Support technology transition activities associated with meeting Government technology readiness level specifications.
  • Project revenue and delivery for divisions Annual Operating Plan and on a quarter-by-quarter basis and execute effectively to achieve forecast.
  • Working with Engineering and Science leads, ensure programs are adequately staffed with either internal or external personnel and advocate for program priority.
  • Lead and coordinate proposal efforts, as needed.
  • Manage a team of indirect reports to deliver program objectives on-time and on-budget, teams may be geographically dispersed.
  • Serve as site Facility Security Officer (FSO) and manage and maintain site facility clearance inclusive of training and certifications for DoD cleared personnel.

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Senior Coordination and Planning Officer (P-4) – OPCW (The Hague, The Netherlands)

Job Summary:

This position is part of the Implementation Support Branch (IPB) that is responsible to ensure that all Member States are able to deliver obligations regarding the national implementation including legislation, notifications, the submission of declarations and receiving of inspections. IPB is responsible to coordinate supporting activities to the State Parties in the implementations of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), through capacity building, trainings, identifying and analyzing challenges in all key areas.

Responsibilities:

You will evaluate the effectiveness of programmatic concepts and approaches, and review trends and developments in the operational environment of the CWC, identifying strategic issues. The successful candidate needs to ensure a smooth engagement in planning and delivery of activities with all relevant stakeholders. In addition, you will act as focal point for a specific geographical region and will help to maintain a detailed overview of CWC related activities, including specific needs and cooperation opportunities, as well as the coordination of regional events and activities.

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of programmatic concepts and approaches.
  • Review trends and developments in the operational environment of the CWC, identifying strategic issues.
  • Ensure a smooth engagement in planning and delivery of activities with all relevant stakeholders.
  • Act as focal point for a specific geographical region.
  • Help maintaining a detailed overview of CWC related activities, including specific needs and cooperation opportunities, as well as the coordination of regional events and activities.

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Control of Radiation Sources Specialist(P4) – IAEA (Vienna, Austria)

Job Summary:

This role is multifolded: (a) a programme planner and implementer, planning, developing and implementing activities aimed at strengthening radiation safety regulatory infrastructure in Member States; (b) a mission leader or coordinator, planning and leading high level and thorough regulatory infrastructure reviews and follow-up missions; (c) a scientific secretary, planning and leading technical and open-ended meetings and (d) a substantive expert contributor, and a pro-active project officer, identifying needs and subsequently developing and implementing adequate technical cooperation projects in the area of radiation safety regulatory infrastructure.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, develop and implement relevant aspects of the IAEA's programme in the regulatory area for radiation safety, conducting and managing projects, and drafting and finalizing publication of relevant technical reports.
  • Provide advice to Member States on the control of radiation sources for their full life cycle with the aim of reducing the number of orphan sources at the national and international level.
  • Plan and coordinate regulatory safety review missions (IRRS), preparatory meetings and follow-up visits. Identify Member State needs and make plans for the conduct of missions including the selection of appropriate experts, study relevant documents, and prepare mission reports for eventual transmittal to Member States.
  • Analyze, evaluate and report on the results of IRRS missions, and develop appropriate follow-up action plans for the Member State. Formulate conclusions, recommendations and appropriate reports on IRRS missions for use by senior management in reporting to Member States.
  • Develop safety standards and guidance material on specific areas, ensuring they reflect international consensus and state-of-the-art knowledge and information and that they can serve as a basis for achieving a harmonized approach to the control of radiation sources at the international level.
  • Implement action plans resulting from the assessment and appraisal missions through the IAEA's technical cooperation, regular budget and extra budgetary programmes.

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Senior Nuclear Safety Officer (P5) – IAEA (Vienna, Austria)

Job Summary:

This position is multifolded: (1) a programme planner and project integrator, planning, developing and implementing activities aimed promoting the Divisional programmatic objectives; (2) a scientific secretary and subject matter expert, planning and leading complex Technical Meetings and consultancies; (3) a mission leader, planning and leading complex technical safety reviews and follow-up missions; and (4) a technical officer, developing evaluation strategies and managing integrated project teams to implement and evaluate large and complex technical cooperation and extra-budgetary operational projects and coordinated research projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Organize and lead teams of internal and external experts to strengthen safety standards and improve their implementation, including to specify the way that standards are developed, implemented and evaluated.
  • Lead the development of methodologies to assess safety vulnerabilities and for conducting national nuclear safety assessments including consideration of external hazards, safety margins, plant vulnerabilities, and severe accident management plans.
  • Coordinate Agency activities related to strengthening the nuclear safety effectiveness of operating organizations with Member State regulatory bodies and industry associations.
  • Identify evolving information requirements and guide the development and management of nuclear safety information systems such as the Incident Reporting System (IRS), Incident Reporting System for Research Reactors (IRSRR), and Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System (FINAS); provide support and relevant expertise for the Incident Emergency System (IES).

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Emergency Management Specialist – US Department of the Air Force (Mlamstrom AFB, MT, USA)

Job Summary:

The primary purpose of this position is to develop, review, coordinate and execute the installation's Emergency Management (EM) program plan in support of DOD, Joint Service, Air Force, MAJCOM, Numbered Air Force, federal, state, and county plans in the area(s) of Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops, coordinates, obtains approval, and publishes plans and procedures for implementation of installation policies and instructions relating to EM.
  • Conducts installation EM assessment and interprets and analyzes assessment results.
  • Conducts initial and recurring training for functional areas of EM.
  • Serves as Emergency Support Function (ESF 5), EM representative in the EOC and CBRN Control Center.

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