Best Value Technology (BVTI) said in a recent job posting that it is seeking an interagency biodefense analyst.
This position acts as a support person for interagency coordination with biodefense assessment, prioritization efforts and risk-reduction activity in the field of homeland security. An interagency analyst will assist in assessments of capabilities in biodefense methods and coordinates the interagency interfaces during these assessments. The analyst also will evaluate models of assessments to make improvements to the methodologies of identifying risks and will review the quality of data and other outcomes. This analyst also will be expected to support recommendations on prioritization of risk reduction across the solution space.
Ideal candidates will possess technical and analytical expertise, and be experienced with program management and coordination.
Candidates are expected to hold a master's degree in a relevant field within the natural sciences and be skilled in military and intelligence analysis. At minimum, candidates should have five years of working experience in biological and chemical-defense concepts and familiarity with common practices and techniques dealing with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) or related threats.
Candidates must hold U.S. citizenship and have an active "top secret" clearance. The ideal candidate will already hold Department of Homeland Security suitability.
Interested applicants should apply at the D.C. Jobs website.