Policy Analyst, DTRA Middle East Support Branch - Military veterans preferred

SAIC (www.saic.com)


  full-time   employee

Fort Belvoir
United States


SAIC is hiring a Policy Analyst to support DTRA (Middle East Support Branch) in Fort Belvoir, VA Job



  • Assist Middle East/Central Asia (MECA) DTRA Area Desk Officers with the execution of their daily duties.

  • Assist in developing future purpose and direction of engagements within the Geographic Combatant Commands.

  • Assist leadership to define focus of each regional engagement.

  • Assist in coordination with CCMD POCs and subject matter experts to define topics, plans and scheduling for various visits and engagements.

  • Coordinate foreign and VIP visits to the DTRA HQ complex.

    • Coordinate/arrange facility requirements.

  • Assist with VIP arrangements.

    • Perform administrative activities to include parking, security requirements, agendas, schedules, and printing, setting up meeting rooms, and registration.

  • Assist regional engagement and plans teams to review, analyze and provide comments and recommendations for DTRA, OSD, DOD, Joint Staff, and combatant command doctrine, and contingency and theater campaign plans.

  • Provide administrative/functional support to DTRA Liaison Officer/Assistant Liaison Officer training, as needed.

  • Provide memoranda and/or information papers addressing specific policy issues impacting Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction operations.

  • Assist with the staffing/completion of routine taskers and staffing actions.

  • May conduct CONUS and OCONUS travel in support of command supported exercises and activities.



  • Bachelor's Degree in a related area + three (3) years or more of related experience



  • Top Secret Clearance required with the ability to obtain a TS/SCI



  • Strong and effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Software, to include Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access, and Power Point) and Microsoft Outlook. 



  • U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) experience.

  • U.S. Military experience.

  • Knowledge of aspects of countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD).

  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment with a diverse client base.

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work as part of a team.

  • Ability to problem solve in a time-constrained environment.

  • Ability to take initiative and work independently as appropriate.

  • Ability to prioritize tasks through strong organizational skills.