CWMD / Counterproliferation Analyst - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-09 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Fort Belvoir Virginia 22060 United States
Operations, program management, and information technology staff support to assist the client in execution of its responsibilities to develop CWMD/CP policy using database management computer systems (e.g., SharePoint)
Collecting, analyzing, presenting, communicating, and filing information related to CWMD/CP policy, implementation, and compliance planning
Attending meetings, conferences, training courses, and briefings, as required.
Monitoring available information sources for items that have significance to the Army in matters relating to WMD CP.
The candidate may also be assigned special studies or research and analysis projects pertaining to CP-related matters.
The candidate will support maintenance of the Army Nuclear Command and Control Extremely Sensitive Information (NC2-ESI) program to include updating the Master NC2-ESI roster and scheduling NC2-ESI Successor Training for senior army leaders and preparing Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications briefings to senior Army leaders.
Topics of documents and programs that the candidate will review relating to nuclear security including the Nuclear Command and Control System, Global Nuclear Detection Architecture, and National Technical Nuclear Forensics.
The contractor shall review plans, policy, requirements, doctrine and guidance for CBRN Response and Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA).
The Contractor shall support meetings, to include:
Army Council for Combating WMD (ACCWMD) AO-level Policy Working Group, as required. ACCWMD Council of Colonels (CoC), as required.
ACCWMD General Officer Steering Committee (GOSC), as required.
Joint Working Groups, as required. JCS/OPSDEPS Tanks, as required.
The Contractor shall, NLT the 5th of each month, review and update as required information located on the Counterproliferation section of the Webpage, to include the ACCWMD POC List.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in a field associated with Combating WMD (e.g., International Studies, National Security Studies, Biochemistry, Physics, Nuclear Engineering)
Five (5) years in strategic analysis, policy formulation, or program oversight associated with Combating WMD or a related field, with demonstrated emphasis on Counter proliferation.
Overall, the successful candidate will provide continuous support to an Army client that includes study and assessment of U.S. government (USG), Department of Defense (DoD), Joint, and Army Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Counterproliferation (CP) policy issues, as well as review and coordination of CWMD-related documents (e.g., Theater Campaign Plans, Joint and Army doctrine, Presidential Policy Directives, Quadrennial Defense Review, Unified Command Plan, and Joint and Army Concepts documents).