Vacancies in the
World of CBRNe

CBRN Military Advisory Team (CMAT) Analyst (Fort Belvoir, VA)

Job Summary:

The role of the Tactical CBRN Analyst is to provide advisory and assistance support services to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) CBRN Military Advisory Team (CMAT). The CMAT program is DTRA’s deployable capability to deliver advisory and assistance support for WMD/CBRN incidents, specializing in mitigation, response, and recovery efforts. The teams provide CBRN technical expertise, CWMD doctrinal and planning support, consequence of execution assessments, and CBRN hazard prediction analysis capabilities to determine worst case and/or most likely effects and to assist with crisis action planning in developing courses of action for resolving CBRN situations. CMAT also ensures DTRA can provide trained, equipped, and organized CBRN advisory capabilities for DoD components, interagency partners, and operational commanders for anticipated or emergent requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide rapid, worldwide deployable, 24/7 operational and technical expertise to augment DTRA's CMAT Ready Teams, assist DTRA's CBRN Response support to combatant commands and joint task forces through on-site operational advice, training, exercises, and reach-back.
  • Serve as a trusted Agent to government leadership and personnel in the execution of the CMAT mission.
  • Be assigned to a CMAT Ready Team one (1) month every four (4) months and be capable of deploying worldwide within 4 hours of notification.
  • Serve as part of a worldwide deployable team within CMAT to advise and assist government personnel during exercises and real-world operations on WMD/CBRN incidents, with specific emphasis on mitigation, response, and recovery efforts.
  • Maintain a standard level of deployment readiness, to include training and medical certifications.
  • Develop and present briefing materials, white papers, presentations and other forms of communication to senior leadership, the Interagency or foreign governments upon request on WMD incidents and their impact.
  • Provide CBRN technical expertise, CWMD doctrinal and planning support, consequence of execution assessments, and CBRN hazard prediction analysis capabilities to determine worst case and/or most likely effects and to assist with crisis action planning in developing courses of action for resolving CBRN situations.
  • Research for use in a wide variety of technical publications requiring knowledge and understanding of the subject matter and allied fields in support of all customer mission-oriented business functions, programs, or initiatives to include but not limited to Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedure publications, Joint Publications, and Allied Technical Publications.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret/SCI clearance.

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Research Consultant, CBRN (Washington DC)

Job Summary:

The experts recruited and employed through this professional staffing support services contract will be responsible for advancing the ASPR mission of public health preparedness and emergency response. The CBRN Research Consultant will support the Office of Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and provide project support and techincal expertise wherever relevant and as outlined below, to the CBRN Division's Burn Branch.

Responsibilities:

Assist the Branch chief or their designee(s) in supporting the daily operations of the Division, with an emphasis on:

  • meeting project/report deliverable deadlines
  • managing to completion assigned projects
  • tracking deliverables, action items, and other requests and managing them to close-out

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CWMD Requirements Manager (Washington DC)

Job Summary:

With the threat of transnational terrorism and ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by nations potentially hostile to the U.S., DHS has taken steps to integrate the full range of its radiological/nuclear, chemical, and biological threat detection programs. As the focal point for this effort, DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) requires consulting and program management support that can reinforce and better enable a more dynamic and operationally-focused DHS strategy. The person selected for this position should be able to provide technical and managerial direction for problem definition, analysis, requirements development, and implementation for complex to extremely complex systems in the homeland security area.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides technical and managerial direction for problem definition, analysis, requirements development, and implementation for complex to extremely complex systems in the homeland security area.
  • Manages the process of documenting, analyzing, tracing, prioritizing and agreeing on requirements.
  • Provides oversite to the execution of the DHS systems engineering process.
  • Communicates requirements and systems engineering processes to relevant stakeholders.
  • Coordinates requirements generation process across the Homeland Security enterprise.

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Environmental Specialist (Haz Mat/CDL) - (Veolia North America)

Job Summary:

This position provides hazardous and nonhazardous waste management services to our customers. Responsibilities include manifesting, packaging of materials, spill response, labeling of packages/drums, loading/unloading trucks, coordinating transportation, and sampling/profiling material. Experience with hazardous waste and/or a current CDL is preferred but not required, we will train! We are looking for candidates with a stable work history, strong work ethic, who are eager to learn.

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