- Conduct training/capability assessments with interagency and foreign partner nations for CBRNE consequence management situations.
- Collect and compile data into comprehensive yet concise reports for review by interagency and foreign partner nation clients.
- Translate 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.
- Managing and accomplishing duties related to analytical research and development of special programs, including those related to engineering, CBRNE, and experimentation exercises.
- Accomplish post-event activities as required, including after action reviews, hot washes, and after action reports.
- Managing and accomplishing duties related to analytical research and development of special programs
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Ability to perform assigned tasks under deadlines.
- Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
- 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, including US Government Agencies, foreign Government entities, private businesses when directed, etc.
- Must perform activities with a very high degree for attention to detail.
- Must be capable of working at a computer terminal for extended periods.
- Must have excellent oral and written communicative skills.
- Must be capable of transporting and lifting 40 pound boxes of documents and equipment.
- Must be able to travel (unaccompanied when directed or when necessary) to foreign and domestic locations.
- Applicant selected 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.
- Position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. Emphasis in international relations, political science, sciences, or similar disciplines will be given higher consideration. Relevant experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.
- Prefer extensive knowledge of Defense Threat Reduction Agency's (DTRA) exercise related programs to include their CONUS and OCONUS exercise programs, CP2, ICP and NUWAIX/SOFEX programs, the DTRA Exercise planning guide, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction 3214.01A (Military Support to Foreign Consequence Management Operations).
- Experience preferred in developing, planning and participating in DTRA-sponsored and developed CBRNE training events or exercises.
- Strong proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite of tools required. Emphasis placed on PowerPoint, Word, and EXCEL.
- Working knowledge of first responder operational requirements and training needs.
- Knowledge in performing training capability or training needs assessments.
- General knowledge of civil-military operations and processes in an international environment.
INTEGRITY - Honesty, Trust and Respect in every situation.
EXCELLENCE - Performance, Effectiveness, Quality, and Safety in everything we do.
INNOVATION - Embracing new ideas and best practice in every service that we provide.
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