Vacancies in the
World of CBRNe

Policy, Procedure and Legal Coordination Officer (P-2)

Job Summary:

This job encompasses the assistance and advice to the Director of PMO, delegations and the Secretariat in the overall preparations of the substantive events of the Secretariat for the Policy-Making Organs. The job bridges functional areas and management coordination activities. This includes providing ongoing research, consultation, drafting of documents and to coordinate the analysis of the decisions and reports of meetings.

Responsibilities:

  • In this role, you will be responsible to assist the Director, PMO, in providing policy, procedural, legal advice and background information to the Chairpersons of the Executive Council, the Conference of States Parties and to prepare drafts of the Chairpersons’ statements to the OPCW Policy-Making Organs.
  • The successful candidate acts as a coordinator for the review process of outstanding issues for the Executive Council. This task includes providing support to the coordinators of clusters of outstanding issues, and organising outcome of the review process for consideration by the Policy-Making Organs.
  • You will draft official-series documents required by the Policy-Making Organs, such as PMO’s contribution to the OPCW’s annual report and analytical summary of the outcome of important sessions/meetings.

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ICRC Weapon Contamination Medical Trainer

Job Summary:

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an independent and neutral organization that works worldwide to provide humanitarian assistance to people affected by conflict and armed violence. When working in situations of armed conflict and immediately post-conflict, the ICRC regularly faced with challenges related to weapon contamination. In addition to the conventional effect due to explosion, we are also launching an operational response capacity for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) events. The purpose of the CBRN Operational Response project is to enable the ICRC to respond to CBRN events in a systematic manner. Medical expertise is critical for managing risks associated with the effect of explosion and CBRN events to ensure the health, safety and security of ICRC staff while maintaining operational continuity and assisting the victims to the extent possible. Do you want to join us and put in practice your expertise to help us make a change?

Responsibilities:

Depending on the context, you would have the following responsibilities:

  • Conduct classroom instruction, presentations and exercises in accordance with the guidelines and directives set forth dissemination of explosion effect (Blast Trauma Care course) and CBRN medical training.
  • Identify and develop training courses or materials to prepare National Societies volunteers to participate in medical explosion consequences and CBRN agent release responses.
  • Ensure that the ICRC approved training material are used as official presentations in the delivery of ICRC BTC and CBRN course, and to that end, liaise with the Medical Advisor based in Geneva on all aspects of training.
  • Contribute, as part of the WeC medical team, to the training courses (both conventional and non-conventional topics) and provide support in their implementation.
  • Provide medical expertise on the health impact (at an individual, group or community level) in case of CBRN threat.
  • Deliver written briefings and recommendations relating to such ICRC operations to collaborators (Medical Advisor and CBRN Head of Sector and Head of Unit) in the effort to support continuum of updates regarding the medical documentation files.

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Sales Account Manager, ANZ (AU-VI-Melbourne)

Job Summary:

As one of the world’s leading analytical instrumentation companies, Bruker covers a broad spectrum of advanced solutions in all fields of research and development. All our systems and instruments are designed to improve safety of products, accelerate time-to-market and support industries in successfully enhancing quality of life. We’ve been driving innovation in analytical instrumentation for 50 years now. Today, worldwide more than 6,000 employees are working on this permanent challenge, at over 70 locations on all continents.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement effective sales strategies
  • Manage/support Bruker partners’ sales activities and channel
  • Establish productive and professional relationships with key personnel in assigned customer accounts
  • Negotiate and close agreements with large customers
  • Monitor and analyze performance metrics and suggest improvements
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual sales forecasts
  • Perform research and identify new potential customers and new market opportunities
  • Provide timely and effective solutions aligned with clients’ needs
  • Liaise with Marketing and Product Development departments to ensure brand consistency
  • Stay up-to-date with new product launches and ensure sales team members are on board

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Regulatory Affairs Specialist (JP-Yokohama)

Job Summary:

The Regulatory Affairs Specialist Japan is responsible for providing support to the Global Regulatory Affairs Team based in Bremen, Germany, in order to ensure compliance with Japanese In Vitro Diagnostics and Medical Device Regulation (PMDA and MLHW), MDSAP, ISO 13485 and other international regulatory requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • As directed by the Global Regulatory Affairs Director, writes, coordinates, compiles, and submits regulatory and quality documents to PMDA (directly or through partner, as required) and other Regulatory Agencies, including International Authorities.
  • Prepares international documents, including Technical Files compliant with and as required by the global RA Team in Bremen.
  • Works with Management to ensure rapid and timely approval of new products and continued Regulatory support of marketed products.
  • As directed, reviews and analyzes technical protocols, data, and reports generated by Product Development, Operations, Clinical Research, Quality Assurance or other related departments.
  • Provides regulatory advice to project teams as requested by the Global RA Director.
  • When required evaluates proposed product modifications for regulatory impact on a world-wide basis.
  • Completes regulatory assessments.

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Chemical & Biological Defense Medical Program Advisor (Arlington, VA)

Job Summary:

ARServices is seeking a Chemical & Biological Defense Medical Program Advisor to directly support the Medical Program Director (GS-15/O-6) and provide medical planning or strategy subject matter expertise to the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense (ODASD(CBD)) to assist in the oversight of the Department’s chemical and biological defense (CBD) portfolio. This position provides CB medical defense subject matter expertise for the integration of national, interagency, and DoD acquisition policy/guidance efforts (i.e. the National Biodefense Strategy efforts, interagency medical issues (Integrated Consortium of Laboratory Networks, the Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise (PHEMCE), etc.).

Responsibilities:

  • Providing analytical support services to enable the effective and efficient oversight, coordination, review, and strategic planning of the CBD medical program.
  • Coordinating with relevant stakeholders and attending meetings, drafting and reviewing documents, as required.
  • Developing and proposing solutions to critical problems by creating actionable strategies, implementation plans, and oversight plans that use metrics to reallocate resources or efforts.
  • Providing support to Government leads on CB medical defense.
  • Providing technical subject matter expertise to facilitate government oversight, coordination, and integration of initiatives on medically related issues and programs that involve the interagency and international communities.
  • Representing the Medical Program Director at program reviews, Program Objective Memorandum (POM) medical meetings, and other medical related meetings to assist in the oversight of CBD medical countermeasures (e.g. antidotes, therapeutics, vaccines, prophylactics) and emerging threats.
  • Providing support to Government Leads on other medical portfolio issues, as required.

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Chem Test Technician Specialist (Singapore)

Job Summary:

Agilent inspires and supports discoveries that advance the quality of life. We provide life science, diagnostic and applied market laboratories worldwide with instruments, services, consumables, applications and expertise. Agilent enables customers to gain the answers and insights they seek -- so they can do what they do best: improve the world around us.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for performing a variety of technical support duties in one or more manufacturing areas.
  • Duties may be related to installation, maintenance, repair and support of manufacturing equipment, technical support of one or more production processes, product test and troubleshooting, and technical analyses and problem-solving.
  • Conducts tests, experiments and/or problem resolution associated with components, parts, products or processes/systems.
  • May design and/or build tools.
  • Tests and calibrates and/or repairs and monitors and/or installs and diagnoses equipment, systems, and/or assemblies.
  • Works from guidelines and standardized procedures/instructions.

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Acquisition Specialist (DTRA RD) (Lorton, VA)

Job Summary:

Are you an Acquisition Specialist who is looking for your next team? Come join ARServices in supporting the Defense Threat Reduction Agency's (DTRA) Research and Development (RD) Directorate! We are seeking a variety of Acquisition Specialists, from early career to very experienced.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides subject matter acquisition expertise in support of program and project planning and analytical activities.
  • Is familiar with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and the Government's process for acquisition programs and the various program reviews required for acquisition approval.
  • Prepares acquisition milestone program documentation to support milestone decisions. Read more about this vacancy here.