The Site Emergency Management (EM) and Antiterrorism (AT) Planning Specialist will ensure sustainment and delivery of site level Emergency Preparedness (EP) (to include CBRNE), AT programs, and enhancing NGA preparedness. The focus of the programs is, All Hazard Emergency Preparedness, TT&E, CBRNE, and AT inclusive of NGA Key Component activities. Program effort shall provide an integrated internal and external planning and exercise approach to EM and Risk Management as directed or outlined in NGA policy.
- Develop a POA&M assigning contract resources with metrics that deliver and sustain an integrated EP and AT program complying with NGA directed program elements.
- Develop and implement a multi-year TT&E plan, linked to compliance with NGA requirements and metrics, in support of the EM Division.
- Identify all NGA compliance elements within directives, policy, and provide insight into government and industry -œbest practices- / industry standards governing EM (to include CBRNE) and AT planning. Requirements will include:
- Develop a POA&M assigning contract resources with metrics toward improving on the Annual Assessments required by DoD and NGA policy.
- Establish and maintain a foundational level EM (to include CBRNE) and AT process based on best practices. The foundational program may include an auditing process that spans daily operational status, periodic formal plan audits, and TT&E inclusive of corrective action plans, performance metrics and standard reports. The foundational program must include support and advice to site management as they develop or maintain site specific emergency operations and antiterrorism plans and procedures.
- Maintain site Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to support EM Division Monthly Metrics reflecting individual site status of program strengths and planning review and leadership support to EM (to include CBRNE) and AT planning, an Agency aggregate metric, and crisis management organization-focused metrics. Requirements will include:
- Create, maintain and continuously evaluate and improve Standard Operating Procedure(s).
- Maintain, update and report periodic metrics as required to the COTR. This spans the full range of metrics to support the EM Division.
- Assess readiness response, internal and external compliance, and EM (to include CBRNE) and AT programs at the site level, including development of after action reports and corrective action plans; mitigate, close, or accept risk in collaboration with the EM Division.
- Develop and maintain EM (to include CBRNE) and AT program documentation.
- Develop, maintain and archive Records Management files in coordination with COTR.
- Develop or create reports supporting internal and external assessments, briefings and reports.
- Develop an integrated EM (to include CBRNE) and AT TT&E program that incorporates Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) standards and NIMS ICS; ensure effort supports and validates foundational level EM processes, standing plans and procedures; integrated and complementary with the EM Division's program, plans and procedures.
- Maintain a multi-year holistic program schedule, which incorporates sustainment of EM (to include CBRNE and TT&E) and AT Subject Matter Experts (SME), annual orientations, internal and external test and exercise activities linked to annual testing of primary and back-up infrastructure, annual EM plan(s) exercises and associated documentation).
- Document the execution and results of the exercise program; identify lessons learned; and develop and monitor a timely and effective corrective action plan through incorporation into plans and procedures for future TT&E validation. Support documentation within the NGA approved Lessons Learned Program repository.
- Develop and maintain site EP (to include CBRNE) and AT Plans.
- Develop and maintain scenario-specific EP (to include CBRNE) and AT Plans as part of EM Division Programs, in support of National Preparedness Policy and Scenarios, and/or NGA-specific risk assessments.
- Maintain site Emergency Operations Center (EOC) locations including responding to EOC activations, conducting facility tours to NGA Leadership and facilitating EOC TT&E requirements.
- Demonstrated experience with testing, training, and exercise development, Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program.
- Demonstrated program and project management skills, supported by experience and a proven track record of successfully applying these skills.
- Demonstrated risk management and critical thinking skills supported by experience and a proven track record that demonstrates success in these skills.
- Demonstrated ability to develop tactical, detail-oriented work products from guidance, as well as the ability to put tactical guidance into context from NGA policy and communicate orally and in written policy/guidance.
- Demonstrated ability to negotiate and collaborate with diverse organizations.
- CBRNE systems and protocol experience.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience within related field and seven to 10 years' experience.
CERTIFICATION / TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
- FEMA-approved Incident Command System (ICS) training (e.g., ICS-100/200/300/700/800).
- Completed minimum of NIMS ICS 300 level training.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.