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Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Homemade Explosives Analyst

Dynamis seeks an Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Homemade Explosives Analyst to support the Department of Defense’s Unexploded Ordnance Center of Excellence (UXOCOE) located on Fort Belvoir, VA. The successful candidate must have experience in the counter-explosives hazards community.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate with the Military Departments, the Services, and other DoD Components to gather and disseminate DoD’s validated requirements and technology solutions for explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and homemade explosives (HME).
  • Analyze validated requirements and technology solutions to identify EOD and HME technology shortfalls.
  • Analyze validated requirements and technology solutions to identify redundancies and commonalities.
  • Lead working groups to explore solutions for critical technology shortfalls and/or redundancies/commonalities.
  • Identify and prioritize common requirements and alternative technology solutions, in cooperation with representatives of the Countermine, Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED), and Environmental Technology Support leads.
  • Coordinate EOD and HME information with representatives of the Joint EOD Program Board, the Combatting Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO), Joint Improvised Threat-Defeat Office (JIDO), the Department of Homeland Security, other state and federal agencies (e.g., FBI) and the law enforcement community.
  • Track international developments for EOD and HME-based detection and clearance technologies.
  • Conduct monthly in-house reconciliation of all EOD and HME technology shortfalls.
  • Conduct bi-annual reconciliation of all EOD and HME technology shortfalls with the Offices of Primary Responsibility (OPRs) and DoD laboratory/research centers conducting research and engineering (R&E). Publish results of monthly and bi-annual reconciliations.
  • Brief the Executive Agent (EA) and the Director, UXOCOE Staff on the status of EOD and HME research and engineering (R&E) (Budget Activity 1-4) initiatives.
  • Support countermine analysis activities
  • Develop processes and procedures to enhance the efficient use of resources and the quality of information exchange of EOD and HME technology capability-gap solutions.

Requirements:

  • Minimum SECRET Clearance 
  • Bachelor’s Degree (Master's Degree preferred)
  • Minimum of five (5) years' relevant experience with explosive ordnance disposal and the DoD
  • Military experience in Explosive Ordnance Disposal or Combat Engineering
  • Excellent communication skills (written, oral, PowerPoint, email)
  • Knowledge of the DoD acquisition and requirements process
  • Must be able to work independently and in a group setting
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to change
  • Able to solicit input from governmental organizations
  • ​Military deployment (operations) within the past 10 years preferred
  • Experience in the DoD Counter Explosives Hazards Community preferred
  • Familiarity with counter explosive hazards R&E technologies preferred
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