Job ID: 2018942
Location: ARLINGTON, VA, United States
Date Posted: Dec 17, 2020
Category: Engineering and Sciences
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: TS/SCI
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None
Potential for Remote Work: No
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SAIC is seeking a Chemical Policy Analyst, support to an Army client that includes study and assessment of U.S. government (USG), Department of Defense (DoD), Joint, and Army chemical and nuclear (CBRN) surety policy issues, to include determining the impact of chemical and nuclear surety on Army operations, plans, force structure, training, and resources.
Day-to-day support will include operations, program management, and information technology staff support to the client to assist the office in the execution of its responsibilities for developing chemical and nuclear surety policy using database management computer systems; collecting, analyzing, presenting, communicating, and filing information related to chemical and nuclear surety policy, implementation and compliance planning; and attending meetings, conferences, and briefings, as required.
The candidate may also be assigned special studies and research and analysis topics pertaining to chemical and nuclear surety-related matters,
The candidate is expected to review and provide comment on USG, DoD, and Army documents and publications related to chemical and nuclear surety, including chemical and nuclear related safety, security, safeguards, inspections, transportation, accountability, and personnel reliability. In addition, they will monitor and continuously assess all chemical and nuclear surety-related USG policies to ensure Army equities are appropriately protected and in compliance with applicable guidance.
The candidate will support revisions to and implementation of Army chemical and nuclear surety guidance including Army Regulation (AR) 50-5, AR 50-6, and Department of the Army Pamphlet 50-5, the AD for chemical accident and incident response, and DoD Instruction 5210.65. Revision support includes, inter alia, recommending draft language for the publications, establishing and participating in working groups, coordinating draft policy with Army stakeholders, serving as a technical liaison between Army laboratories and policy makers, and coordinating with the Army Publishing Directorate to publish the revised document. Implementation support includes, inter alia, reviewing requests for waivers and exceptions to policy and recommending a draft response, reviewing and drafting response memorandums to requests for surety status termination, providing support to Army stakeholders with the surety management review visits, participating in meetings with Army stakeholders to maintain an understanding of relevant Army stakeholder operations and policy impacts.
Additional duties include:
Working in a laboratory
Chemical regulatory policy
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