This position is part of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. This is a TERM Not-to-Exceed (NTE) 4 year position.Learn more about this agency
As a CHEMICAL WEAPONS TREATY COMPLIANCE INSPECTION SPECIALIST at the GS-0301-11 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Serves as Escort Team Shift Leader and Treaty Compliance Inspection Specialist. Supports and oversees the operations of a 12-hour treaty escort shift at a chemical weapons destruction facility.
- Responsible for managing and coordinating the work and activities of supporting contract escort and supporting government escorts during the shift.
- Assigns tasks and priorities to subordinate shift members based on Branch priorities and current circumstances and conditions. Arranges and ensures that scheduled activities to be performed by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) inspection team are supported by appropriate facility personnel and inspectors are accompanied and observed directly by DTRA escorts to ensure compliance with treaty and facility guidance applied to varying circumstances.
- Obtains information and support requested by the inspection team.
- Answers OPCW inspection team member inspection related questions and resolves issues.
- Maintains shift operations records and other logs of treaty relevant data and activities that occur during the shift.
- Advises management on current operations, issues and makes recommendations to assist in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of operations and support. Briefs oncoming shift members and Branch leadership.
- Provides updates to key plant personnel, as applicable.
- Maintains close liaison between the Branch, the destruction facility staff and OPCW inspection team leaders supervisors and members. Keeps all parties informed of on-going activities and operations.
- Develops, maintains, and inputs to records and databases of treaty compliance program activities.
- Manages the administrative details for inspectors and site visitors including security clearances, meeting rooms, lodging requirements, recreational activities, etc.
- Advises inspectors of regulations and procedural matters relating to mission activities.
- Ensures support functions or collateral duty programs are accomplished for the shift.
- Provides input to the development, preparation, and maintenance of assigned Chemical Weapons Treaty Compliance Operations Plans, standard operating procedures (SOPs), briefings, site diagrams, and treaty declarations.
- Drafts, edits, and prints official memoranda, reports, and documentation required.
- Conducts research and provides historical data, records and information on past, current, or future activities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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