08 Mar New – Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Position Title: Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Subject Matter Expert (SME) (T&E)
Crucible Criminal Justice Programs (CCJP) is in search of a motivated, self-driven person with experience performing in this field of expertise. Applicants should have a passion for their work, be innovative, and possess strong math and statistical analysis skills. Targeted candidates are focused and solution-oriented individuals who work well independently and are not easily distracted from assigned tasks. An ideal candidate would be a self-disciplined, detail-oriented, analytical thinker who can develop data collection, management, and analysis methods from written requirements. They must be able to conduct post-test data reduction and analysis and communicate results in graphical representations for inclusion in test reports that inform government decision makers.
EOD forces combat threat from all types of explosive devices, from simple time bombs to nuclear weapons. The most complex of these devices are those that have a chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) component associated with the explosive device. Specialized skill and knowledge is required to properly combat this threat. An EOD Program Analyst, with an emphasis on CBR knowledge, as it pertains to EOD response and EOD operations, is a key asset to identifying, codifying, and articulating force requirements for material solutions to capability needs.
In order to enhance the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group (EODGRU) TWO mission, the Contractor will develop and deliver required administrative product for the EODGRU TWO’s N8 Requirements Officer as needed, to include but not limited to, requirements documents, test plans for new equipment, test reports, briefings, and budget submissions. This service will include two full-time SMEs that will be present on site to develop the above mentioned administrative products. The Contractor will be responsible for the requisite knowledge in applicable military instructions and statutes that pertain to this area of expertise.
The contractor shall provide personnel which has the following qualifications:
- Graduate of Naval School Explosive Ordnance Disposal (NAVSCOLEOD) having obtained a Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) of 5337 or qualified EOD Officer
- 10 Years EOD experience which includes at least one deployment
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit (EODTEU) Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) instructor or have attended CBRN training at one of the National Labs
- At least 10 years of experience with: Identifying equipment requirements and attributes such as those found in a Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) Capability Development Document (CDD), or equivalent
- Reviewing, validating, and revising the Navy EOD Table of Allowances (TOA)
- The Navy EOD Readiness and Cost Reporting Program (RCRP)
- EOD chemical/biological/radiological response procedures and equipment, and their shortfalls
- Provide daily T&E support to the T&E Project Manager, T&E Working Integrated Project Team, and staff members both on and off client site.
- Plan, initiate, and develop comprehensive electronic data repositories from written operational requirement sets.
- Plan and implement electronic and written data collection methodologies based on analysis of operational requirement sets.
- Apply Design-of-Experiment/statistical data collection methodologies, in support of Mission Based Testing methods.
- Develop online electronic surveys.
- Track T&E results-to-requirements following operational testing (e.g. RVTM).
- Analyze test results.
- Develop charts/graphs that illustrate test results.
- Provides administrative support for other tasks as assigned.
Place of Performance & Hours: The Contractor shall perform work on site at Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit TWO, 1213 5th Street, Bldg. 3542, Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek/Fort Story (JEBLCFS), Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455 in support of EODGRU TWO N8. Normal work weeks consist of five (5) (8) hour days. However, surge requirements may necessitate performance in excess of 8 hours per day. Flex Hour scheduling may be required to meet day and/or night mission requirements, within the standard 40-hour work week. The Contractor shall ensure they can provide for this type of contingency. Normal duty hours are 0800-1600.
Location: This is a contingency position.
Citizenship and Security Clearance Requirements: Applicants must have a US citizenship and be eligible for a SECRET security clearance. Persons with an existing DoD security clearance or a BI for one or more DHS agencies are preferred.
Availability: This is a contingency position.
Salary: Negotiable, based on experience and Government Rates
Contact: Steve Vigus, Business Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Crucible Criminal Justice Programs (CCJP), is a highly-specialized provider of technology, engineering, security solutions and other demanding technical requirements in the national security and mission-support operational space. We serve the full range of federal stakeholders and industry partners with a security cleared workforce, delivering a wide range of integrated professional and engineering services in support of national security and law enforcement missions. CCJP is a Virginia-based Small Business and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Garud Technology Services, Inc. (GTS).