WANTED: A mission-driven professional with an IED background and an active Secret Clearance to become our next Senior Triage Technician at Indian Head, MD.
As a Senior Triage Technician you will:
Provide team-focused, mission-essential support in a challenging environment to our nation's War Fighters.
Work with a team of driven, supportive and highly skilled professionals.
Receive a robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan!
Enjoy flexibility managing your work hours and personal needs with a single accrual leave plan.
A week in the life of a Senior Triage Technician:
Supervised and performs triage, ensuring proper safety protocols are implemented and followed by all triage personnel, for the safety of all personnel working the lab.
Reviews and revises Standard Operating Procedures for triage operations.
Conducts safety reviews and briefs lab personnel as requires to address potential safety issues observed and change in procedure mitigation measures.
Supervised and conducts use of X-ray devices to confirm explosive safety of recovered IED components as part of triage.
Supervises and performs forensic photography of device configurations.
Supervised and conducts use of explosive and hazardous material test equipment.
Analyze X-ray data for identification of initiators/explosives/power sources/firing circuits/components and booby traps.
Supervises and conducts immediate actions per SOP's to neutralize any explosive threat discovered during triage observing all associated safety precautions.
Confirms level I exploitation and prioritizes evidence in the lab.
Brief and train replacement personnel on all SOP's.
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Physical ability and commitment to deploy OCONUS.
Familiarity with data capture and entry into selected repositories.
Understanding of lab processes and work flow for WTI Level II exploitation efforts.
Understanding of global IED Tactics, Techniques and Procedures threat. Education and Experience:
Graduate of Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School Minimum qualifications as a Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician with 10 years of operational experience.
Completion of WTI, HME and Advanced IED Electronics COI's upon hire or prior to deployment on this program.
Experience working with CEXC, WTI, counter-improvised explosive device team, DTK lab, JEFF, TEDAC, facility , other NGIC, DIA or ATF lab.
Bachelor or Associates degree/High school diploma with 15 years civilian or military experience equivalent.
Current Secret clearance with ability to obtain a Top Secret clearance.