CBAI & Associates

  • Science and Engineering Technology Support

    Location US-VA-Arlington
    Job ID
    2017-1304
    Category
    Program Management
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    CBAI and Associates is seeking a Science and Engineering Technology Analyst to provide support to the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Arlington, VA.

    Responsibilities

    • Assist in the development of transition plans, strategies and budgets.
    • Analyze and evaluate program plans to identify improvements in transition strategies.
    • Coordinate program efforts among government program managers and the contracted technical task performers.
    • Assist in drafting of analyses, presentations, speeches, and reports relative to project and program management goals, objectives and results.
    • Schedule and attend program preliminary and critical design reviews, program technical and financial reviews, and key demonstrations or tests.
    • Develop capability and technology road maps.
    • Draft responses to internal and external communications on programmatic and financial matters.
    • Collect, report, and archive regulations, policy, guidance, legislations, laws, and Congressional language related to supported programs and systems.

    Qualifications

    • Master’s Degree in Bioscience (e.g., biology, biomedicine, biochemistry, nanobiology), Human-Systems Integration, Neuroscience, Physiology, Psychology, or Sociology.
    • Experience attending scientific and engineering (S&E) meetings preferred.
    • Experience participating in Science & Engineering (S&E) discussions, analyzing and evaluating the S&E content of research proposals, and experience assisting the Program Officer in drafting written responses to S&E-related inquiries from DOD leadership and Congress.
    • Experience providing S&E advice to the government Program Officer(s).
    • Experience in assisting with coordinating potential research collaborations with other federal government agencies, industry, and international organizations.
    • Knowledge of the science and engineering research conducted by the DOD.
    • Understanding of meeting content related to one or more of the academic domains: Bioscience (e.g., biology, biomedicine, biochemistry, nanobiology), Human-Systems Integration, Neuroscience, Physiology, Psychology, or Sociology.
    • Must be able to obtain and maintain a government Secret Clearance.

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