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Our Civil business is helping to modernize and manage infrastructure, systems and controls, and cybersecurity for civilian agencies and commercial clients around the globe. With core competencies in information technology, energy and environment, complex logistics, and specialized engineering, we solve technical challenges and implement newfound efficiencies on a number of programs!
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Intermittent Instructors will deliver disaster preparedness and response training to professional audiences through lecture and hands-on exercises. Training focuses on preparedness for and response to catastrophic events that result in mass casualty incidents. Instructors are expected to maintain a knowledge base as a subject matter expert in the assigned course content. They are also expected to actively seek and participate in cross-training opportunities, as well as present current incidents in evening lecture(s) to maximize instructor resources and the overall training experience for student responders. Instructors are expected to travel in support of position requirements and perform training duties as assigned.
To be considered, candidates must have the following qualification/experience:
• A minimum of 10 years working experience within a radiological discipline or other relevant emergency response disciplines that support all hazards incident response.
• Completion of an instructor training/certification course (minimum 32-hour).
• A minimum of 3 years of current instructional experience at the adult-learning level.
• Relevant all-hazards experience responding to man-made, natural disaster, or CBRNE events.
• Must have completed ICS 100, 200, 700, and 800 courses.
• Must have working knowledge of federal response, NIMS, ICS, HICS, and HSEEP.
• Must possess two or more of the following:
o Knowledge of Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) licensed Commercial Nuclear Power Facilities (CNPFs) operations (Advanced Course).
o Have Skills, Knowledge and Abilities in Radiological Surveys, Radiation detection and instrumentation.
o Knowledge pertaining to the Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (REPP), including but not limited to knowledge of Hazards associated with CNPFs, Principles of Radiation Protection, Emergency Planning Zones (EPZ's), EPA PAG 400R-17/001 and NUREG-0654/ FEMA-REP-1.
o Rad Protection Technologist, knowledge of Isotope Identifiers and air, soil, water and vegetation sampling techniques.
o Hazmat Technician w/ Radiological Specialty (IAW NFPA 472), knowledge of Radiological Dispersal and Radiological Exposure Devices, concepts of Nuclear Weapons and their effects, knowledge on the purpose and effects of radiological terrorism
• Due to Federal Contract Regulations, U. S. citizenship is required.
• Must have an accepted form of government-issued ID compliant with the Real ID Act.
• Must submit to and obtain final suitability by successful completion of a pre-placement screening consisting of background check, financial institutions/credit bureau check, and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
• Completion of ICS 300 and 400 courses