SAIC is seeking a Chemical and Nuclear Surety Lead Analyst that will lead chemical and nuclear surety support to Deputy Chief of Staff, Army G-3/5/7, Treaty Compliance and Surety Division (DAMO-SSD). Successful candidate will provide assessment of DoD surety implementation activities to ensure Army equities are appropriately protected, Army positions are properly vetted, and provisions of nuclear and chemical surety and accident and incident response are complied with. Successful candidate will identify any impacts on Army policy development, surety implementation and compliance activities, operations, force structure development, training, and resource management considerations arising from changes in surety policy guidance.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Support and attend meetings, conferences, briefings, seminars, training courses, policy meetings, Tanks, inspections and exercises as directed.
- Review information and provide reports from available information sources for items that have significance to the Army in matters relating to Surety-related matters
- Draft standard Army EXSUM, SIGACT, Information Paper, or Trip Report format, as applicable.
- Recommend special studies and research and analysis topics pertaining to surety-related matters for approval and assignment as additional tasks by the Government.
- Review and provide comment on U.S. government, DoD, and Army documents and publications related to nuclear and chemical surety, including nuclear and chemical-related safety, security, safeguards, inspections, transportation, personnel security, and alcohol and drug use policy. The documents and publications include, inter alia: DODI 5210.42, DOD 5210.42-M, DOD 5210.42-R, DODI 5210.63, DODI 5210.65, DODI 5210.88, CJCSI 3231.01C, AR 190-17, AR 190-54, AR 190-59, AR 380-67, AR 380-89, AR 385-10, AR 600-85, DAP 385-24, DAP 385-61, and DAP 600-85.
- Support revision to formal Army surety-related guidance, e.g.: AR 50-5, AR 50-6, AR 190-17, and DA Pam 50-5 by recommending draft language for the publications, establishing and participating in working groups, coordinating draft policy with Army stakeholders, serving as a technical liaison between operators, to include Army laboratories, and policy makers, and coordinating with impacted organizations in order to fulfill Army Publishing Directorate requirements.
- Support implementation of and compliance with mandatory surety-related reporting.
- Compile annual Nuclear, and Chemical Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) Status Reports from Army Commands, Direct Reporting Units, and Joint Program Executive Offices, in formats specified by Army or OSD guidance, and prepare the reports for submission to OSD.
- Provide an annual analysis of Nuclear and Chemical PRP Trends.
- Conduct a semiannual Compliance Review of Chemical Agent Accountability Reports in accordance with the requirements in AR 50-6.
- Conduct a semiannual Compliance Review of NTA Accountability Reports in accordance with the requirements in AR 50-6.
- Update the Nuclear and Chemical Incident Books located in the Army Watch within the National Military Command Center and update POC lists.
- Bachelors and six (6) or more years’ experience in a recognized engineering, scientific, technical, management ,or related discipline that is relevant to chemical or nuclear safety, security, or surety; Masters and five or more years of experience
- Experience interacting with Service Staff, Joint Staff, and/or Office of the Secretary of Defense organizations
- Working chemical or nuclear surety implementation and compliance issues at a policy or operational level
- Planning, directing, and managing complex projects/operations with multiple POCs
- Top Secret Clearance with SCI eligibility
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