This position is located in our VA, Ft Belvoir facility
GDIT is seeking subject matter experts (SMEs) to help develop, perform, execute, and improve the Defense Threat Reduction Agency's (DTRA) Building Partnership Capacity Department's (J3BP) chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRNE) Exercise, Training, Capability Assessment & Development efforts. These SMEs will provide technical and operational support for the continued population, development, and maintenance of DTRA's counterproliferation /counterrorism internet based databases/portals. They will also help execute all J3BP mission areas. This support may include leveraging expertise, resources, and lessons learned among and between mission set areas /Task Orders (as applicable) as well as ensure a pipeline of trained and well versed SME resources are available to meet current and future surge requirements.
For this position, GDIT seeks a SME with current experience in CBRNE Consequence Management and U.S. nuclear Weapon incident training and exercises (e.g. Foreign Consequence Management CBRNE Exercises; Nuclear Weapons Accident Incident Exercises (NUWAIX); FBI Table Top Exercises & Local Incident Response Plan Development).
Position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree, Master's degree desirable. Emphasis in international relations, political science, or similar discipline desirable.
Completion of Senior Professional Military Education is a strong plus.
Candidates should possess 10-15 years of related CBRNE experience supporting military operations. Experience should include:
- Conducting training/capability assessments with interagency and foreign partner nations for CBRNE consequence management and foreign disaster preparedness situations.
- Collecting and compiling data into comprehensive yet concise reports for review by interagency and foreign partner nation clients.
- Translating collected capability data into instructional objectives and collaborating with and assisting first responder instructional designers to develop training and exercise curricula for foreign partner nations in CBRNE consequence management.
- Planning, scheduling, and managing training events and exercises. Activities include but are not limited to training event facilitation, assisting in curricula design, exercise design and development; training/exercise plan construction; Master Scenario Events Listing (MSEL) construction; developing control cell instructions and guidance; and performing training/exercise assessments. May include computer modeling and simulations.
- Managing and accomplishing duties related to analytical research and development of special programs, including those related to engineering, CBRNE, and experimentation exercises.
- Accomplishing post-event activities as required, including after action reviews, hot washes, and after action reports.
- Must have extensive Higher Headquarters' staff experience and be adept at independently completing complex staff and decision packages. Candidates must possess proven ability to:
- Ability to prioritize work and complete multiple tasks under deadlines.
- Excellent reasoning and problem solving skills.
- Ability to interact with employees from other departments or groups.
- Perform activities with a very high degree for attention to detail.
- Excellent communicative skills, both oral and written.
- Capable of transporting and lifting 40 pound boxes of documents and equipment.
- Must be able to travel unassisted to foreign and domestic locations.
- Selected applicant will be subject to a Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information at a minimum of a secret level.Click Here to Apply