Program Analyst (IFS PA15)

11/29/16
ManTech (www.mantech.com)
Other

/yr

  Full Time   Employee   Contractor


Alexandria
Virginia
United States



ManTech is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to work as a member of a small multi-skilled team. You will gather requirements, assess technology, and work with scientists and engineers from around the world to satisfy requirements. The technologies and solutions offered against the requirements are then presented to operators, war fighters, or first responders for evaluation and assessment. You will then work to take the successful technologies from proof of concept to full implementation. You will contribute to Broad Agency Announcements, write statements of work, evaluate white papers and proposals, manage contracts, measure performance, manage budget and schedule, and oversee the performance of technology contractors. You will plan, organize and conduct meetings with operators, first responders, decision makers and technology providers and producers in a working group format. The working groups are from many disciplines and from multiple agencies and organizations. Subject matter experts (SME) are used to assist these working groups. Responsibilities of this position include identifying, selecting and utilizing SMEs from both the government and the commercial sectors.


General Responsibilities:


Additional responsibilities include: Independent research, participation in working groups and forums addressing Forensics and Forensics Intelligence and the collection and analysis of evidence and material from terrorist incidents and crime scenes, and reviewing work done by others in the area of Forensic Intelligence.


Specific Experience in some of the following:


• Felony criminal investigations, specifically
o Computer crime, especially digital evidence recovery and analysis
o Technical operations, e.g. law enforcement surveillance and tracking, land mobile radio and wireless communications, counter narcotics OR/
o Any Defense Criminal Investigative Organization investigative experience, e.g. US Army CID, Air Force OSI, Marine Corps CID, NCIS, US Coast Guard CID
• Incident command management, especially law enforcement C3I and interoperability
• Intelligence investigations
• Pre- and post-blast examination of high/low explosives and their precursors
• Polygraph (DoDPI certified)
• Relevant research, especially
o Forensics DNA
o Human genomics
o Bioinformatics
o Operational psychology relating to “insider threat”
• Relevant laboratory experience, especially
o Forensic DNA typing
o Friction ridge examination
o General evidence examination
o Questioned documents
o Spectroscopy
o Trace evidence
o Forensic video/audio examination,


Requirements: The candidate must have, at minimum, a Bachelors Degree and 4 years of experience in forensic science, criminalistics, physical or life science and 2 years of experience in managing defense related research and development projects. Masters degree and 2 years of experience is acceptable.


Other Skills Required: This position requires demonstrated initiative, sound judgment, effective decision-making, and excellent oral and written communication skills. FBI National Academy certificate (or equivalent) is highly desirable. At least one year of relevant experience in project management is highly desired.
Clearance: Position requires, at a minimum, a Secret; Top Secret clearance is desired.

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