CBRN incident training specialist sought by Noblis

Noblis, a non-profit science, technology and strategy organization, recently announced that it is seeking a CBRN incident training specialist in Washington, D.C., according to a hiring notice posted on the company's website.

The individual hired for the position will provide guidance in national level CBRNE policy and the roles and responsibilities of the DoD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, DHS, Department of Energy and the FBI. The training specialist would join Noblis in its efforts to provide technology and operational solutions to the leaders of the FBI's Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate (WMDD).

The person hired for the position would provide CBRNE guidance at training events, integrated crisis planning seminars and briefings. The specialist would also conduct training to support CBRNE response planning and prepare in-depth written after action reports for tabletop, training and field exercises related to policy application and performance evaluation.

Candidates for the position require a bachelor's degree, eight years of professional experience, experience in terrorism incident exercises and the ability to evaluate training programs. Noblis prefers candidates with a master's degree and one year of experience in FBI CBRNE policies, procedures and training.

Noblis said that all employees must seek out and assume higher levels of technical responsibility, manage time effectively, apply sound technical judgment, demonstrate strong integrity and demonstrate excellent relationship skills.