Leidos has an opening for a Treaty Compliance Specialist for a customer- site position located at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP), Pueblo, Colorado within the Pueblo Chemical Depot. The successful candidate will support the Treaty Compliance Coordinator on all activities related to Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) compliance at the PCAPP and the non-contiguous PCAPP SDC sites. These requirements include confirming the receipt of Chemical Weapons (CWs) at the facility, the specific type and quantity of CW stored in the Temporary Holding Area (THA), the specific type and quantity of CWs being destroyed (includes confirming agent type), the process of destruction (chemicals are destroyed in essentially an irreversible manner), the end product of destruction (includes waste stream sampling to confirm process is complete and agent is not diverted through the waste streams), the mutilation of metal parts (CW bodies are rendered unusable), and the integrity of the process and facility as a whole (sealing plan, monitoring equipment, etc.).
Facilitate Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) inspections at the PCAPP. This includes the non-contiguous sites PCAPP SDCs and others in Alabama; and Texas. This includes but is not limited to facilitating/coordinating the OPCW work area, specialized equipment (monitoring/verification), site entry requirements, identifying documents to be provided to the Inspection Team, office equipment, etc. In addition the Treaty Specialist will be responsible for the coordination of all in-briefings of CWC teams, conducting site tours and coordinating treaty sampling activities and will support treaty-related visits and events as necessary.
Incorporation of Treaty requirements in various technical documents to include the Detailed Facility Information (DFI), Facility Agreement (FA), Initial Site Trainings, Briefings (Pre-Inspection Briefing, Final Engineering Review) for a new non- contiguous facility and host the Final Engineering Review.
Support Executive Council (EC) Visits, Site Updates and Quality Review Visits (QRVs).
Support the PCAPP Treaty Compliance Coordinator for coordination/execution of all activities related to Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) compliance at the PCAPP and other non-contiguous sites.
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years of applicable experience, preferably at a complex chemical hazardous waste processing facility or chemical demilitarization plant.
Must possess excellent writing skills, strong computer skills to include experience with MS Office Suite at a minimum, and be able to work independently and as a team player.
Must possess excellent communications skills and be willing to work at a remote military location.
Candidate must pass a medical surveillance examination including the physical ability to wear an air purifying respirator (M40 mask or equivalent).
Must complete and maintain required training as specified and obtain a secret clearance.
Thorough knowledge of the CWC compliance requirements and experience with international treaty compliance activities.
Communicating and working with person of various foreign cultures, negotiation proficiencies, platform training instruction, public speaking/briefing, understanding of surveillance activities and performance based oversight.
Pay Range:Pay Range $60,450.00 - $93,000.00 - $125,550.00
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