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    Serves as Director of U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (CCDC CBC) Engineering Directorate. As such, has executive level responsibility for policy development, management oversight, and direction of the CCDC CBC program involving Testing and Evaluation (T&E), Life Cycle acquisition and sustainment support of CB Defense systems and materiel. Overall responsibility and authority for planning, organizing, and managing advanced and engineering development, first buy manufacturing technology, rapid prototyping, consumable items transfer and industrial engineering programs for the Joint CB Defense Program (CBDP). Represents Army (Executive Agent of the CBDP) and DoD on capabilities needed to address complex CBRNE issues world-wide to effectively accomplish U.S. policy goals in Combating WMD. Manages over $350M in unique infrastructure to include life cycle engineering support for the CBDP inclusive of Special Access Programs. Advanced Design and Manufacturing, Engineering Test, Logistics and Product Support, and Process Quality. Programs involve functions such as Chemical Surety and non-surety operations, pyrotechnics, maintenance operations, experimental fabrication, and in-house non-contractual test facilities for T&E of emerging defense solutions to counter both traditional and Non Traditional Threat Agents. Manages a budget of reimbursable funding of approximately $190M.Provides senior management level liaison support to the JPEO-CBD which manages and oversees $1.5B annual joint program. Provides leadership of high level interactions at the higher headquarters formatters related to mission, related to the CBRNE strategy to develop, produce, field and sustain CBD defensive equipment that is safe, suitable, effective and survivable. Expertise affects both DA and DoD policy related to planning and execution. Performs under the general direction of the CCDC Chemical Biological Center Director (Tier 2), in collaboration with the CCDC Commanding General and CCDC Deputy to the Commanding General. Manages an organization of approximately 481 federal employees and 59 contractors.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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