Leidos seeks emergency preparedness/antiterrorism specialist
If selected, the candidate would provide expertise, guidance, facilitation and consultation to clients and project teams by developing exercise-related products. They will represent emergency management functions during meetings and other activities by preparing briefings, impact statements and other forms of correspondence.
Qualifications for the positions include Department of Defense or civilian equivalent AT Level II Antiterrorism Officer certification or Federal Emergency Management Agency/Department of Homeland Security-approved incident command system training. Previous collaboration with internal and external counterparts and agencies is also required, along with staff support to emergency management and CBRNE programs.
Other required experience for the emergency preparedness/antiterrorism specialist includes knowledge of the homeland security exercise and evaluation program and previous planning, procedures and risk and vulnerability assessment preparation, standard operating procedure review and development and law enforcement-related information gathering and analytics.
A bachelor's degree in a security, antiterrorism or emergency management field, four years of field experience and seven years of related security experience is required in addition to the experience requirements.
The position is located in Springfield, Va., and requires a TS/SCI security clearance.
Leidos, one of the largest defense contractors in the U.S., conducted approximately $6 billion worth of business with the Department of Defense in fiscal year 2012.