SAIC has contingent opportunities for Site Leads with Installation Coordinator responsibilities to support the Army. These positions are contingent upon contract award and will require 75% travel to South Korea.
The Installation Coordinator provides support during site set-up. The installation coordinator communicates with government-designated personnel at the site to facilitate CENTAUR installation. The installation coordinator becomes the Site Lead once the site is operational.
The Site Lead provides support during daytime hours and is responsible for communicating and coordinating with the installation command (e.g., communicating with a local signal group about a fiber issue), and is available for duties that occur during the day (e.g., receiving packages).
Accompanies the commander on inspections, visits and ceremonies
Assesses training at all levels and provides feedback to appropriate commanders and leaders
Assists in inspection of command activities, facilities and personnel as prescribed by the commander
Assists in reception of visitors to the command
Provides staff supervision
Coordinates, supervises and conducts group, division, Corps and Army level CBRN operations
Coordinates with unit's Training NCO/Officer to implement yearly CBRN training requirements IAW unit METL
Ensures adherence to command policies
Inspects duties performed by subordinates
Maintains annual records of CBRN training
Maintains hand receipts, schedules training, and assigns specific duties of subordinates
Creates weekly and monthly site status reports
Notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action
Performs other duties prescribed by the commander
Plans, employs, and coordinates CBRN defense systems
Prepares and evaluates CBRN training
Monitors training or conducts training of CENTAUR personnel
Reviews evaluation reports to determine compliance with policies and procedures and recommends corrective actions on deficiencies to leaders and officials
Supervises CBRN reconnaissance and surveillance, detection, decontamination and obscuration efforts
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