WMD Training & Exercise Lead
ICF seeks an experienced WMD Training & Exercise Lead to conduct research and analysis to support establishing national CBRN Primary and Secondary Screening training requirements & gaps and support the exercise development via concept papers, storyboards, meeting support and project tasks.
- Supporting identification of potential partners to deliver chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear training through partners, such as Community Colleges, Centers of Excellence, Training Consortium partners, and law enforcement academies
- Support developing a comprehensive multi-year CWMD Training Plan
- Support the development and delivery of training within CWMD, DHS and with other federal, state and local partners
- Support developing various methods for delivering training, such as classroom instructor led, mobile training teams, and online training
- Support efforts to gather and report on training data as required
- Lead the delivery of training for DHS EMS/EMT/Paramedic providers and first responders
- Oversee the developing documentation, materials, and supplies in preparation for, conduct of, and post-event reporting based on the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) exercise planning approach
- Support developing exercise materials, including Situation Manuals, Exercise Plans, Participant Feedback Forms, etc.
- Develop PowerPoint presentations/briefings for the Controller/Evaluator Brief, Observer Brief, Actor Brief, and Controller/Evaluator Debrief
- Support conduct of After-Action Conference reviews and draft written reports
- Maintain regional and national trending exercise data in the form of Master Improvement Planning Matrix’s, for best practices, lessons learned, and gap/vulnerability identification
- Bachelor’s degree in a recognized engineering, scientific, technical, or related discipline
- Must be able to obtain and maintain a DHS Suitability and high level clearance
- 10+ years of relevant experience in operations related to WMD
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; negotiate complex issues; and maintain good working relations.
- Experience working in a fast-paced, analytical environment
- Knowledge and experience in CBRN material as well as an understanding of the hazards associated with their manufacture, transport and use
- Knowledge of Secure the Cities, BioWatch, and/or other major WMD detection programs
- Experience in training and exercise development and execution
- Experience in deliberate planning
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