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    The primary purpose of this position is to evaluate a broad spectrum of disparate nuclear collection and laboratory
    analysis data to determine the appropriate technical assessment of those data and the associated confidence level. The
    incumbent is an authoritative source for the nuclear materials assessments derived from technical data (from nuclear testing
    treaty monitoring.

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    • Data/event evaluation, assessment, and reporting - Applies scientific method to analyze and interpret complex, and often disparate, nuclear analysis laboratory/field data.
    • Sets the collection requirements and makes technical decisions affecting both airborne and ground-based sampling based on an understanding of the types, forms, and environmental transport/fate of nuclear materials after a nuclear explosion
    • Represents center and squadron as subject matter expert - Recognized national expert in trace material forensic collection and analysis. Participates in technical discussions with senior US civilian/military technical advisors and scientists.
    • Monitors and improves collection, analysis, and evaluation processes - Stays abreast of mission related technology. Reviews RDTE efforts to determine technical value to the mission.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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