Full Job Description
Conduct training exercises based on the requirements established by the USARNORTH G3/7 as follows: Joint Chief of Staff (JCS) Subject Matter Expert (SME) & non JCS SME Training and Exercise Support part time SMEs knowledgeable of National Response Framework (NRF), National Incident Management System (NIMS), Incident Command System (ICS) and current Homeland Defense (HLD), Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN), and Defense Support to Civilian Authorities (DSCA) staff functions and procedures. Support the planning for these exercises.
Participate in and support the USARNORTH and NORTHCOM Joint Exercise Program by providing training support duties.
Support the USARNORTH and NORTHCOM Joint Exercise Program by providing training support duties in support of Defense Coordinating Officers (DCO) Certification Exercise (CERTEX) and Exercise Evaluation (EXEVALs).
Analyze historical, current and emerging operational strategies, tactics, techniques, and procedures for developing training exercise concepts.
Apply the NRF, NIMS, the National Planning Scenarios, National Preparedness Goals, and the Joint and Services Universal Task Lists (UJTL).
Represent the role of primary agencies for Federal response that they provide.
Facilitate and augment the DOD Total Force emergency response authorities, policies, strategies, plans and organizations responsible for responding to disasters and emergencies.
Provide subject matter expert support of consequence management planning, training and operations.
Support NORTHCOM VIBRANT RESPONSE exercise as scenario writers, developers of supporting products of local, state, and federal agencies for those agencies not participating in the exercise and participate in key SME roles as identified during the exercise planning process to achieve NORTHCOM/USARNORTH exercise objectives.
Facilitate and support live, virtual, and constructive exercises of differing sizes (small team to Brigade level)..
Capture and analyze training and exercise-related data and provide After Action Reviews (AARs) through various methods and formats.
Shall have an in-depth knowledge of the effects and characteristics of chemical agents, hazardous material, toxic industrial material, radiological material, and biological agents and hazards such as Ebola.
Shall be able to apply a comprehensive knowledge of all the above into various realistic planning scenarios and exercise events that support the training objectives of the exercise.
Shall be able to conduct exercise planning with non-CBRN experts and to collaborate with all members of the team to obtain the goals of the exercise.
Shall possess excellent communication skills.
Must be a U.S. Citizen.
In addition to competitive pay, Visual Awareness Technologies and Consulting, Inc. offers its employees a very competitive benefits package.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.