This position is part of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Defense Threat Reduction Agency.Learn more about this agency
This position is being filled under DoD Modified Direct Hire Authority, Section 1109; PL, 116-92, dated 12/20/2019 .
As a Physical Scientist at the GS-1301-13 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Planning, coordinating, integrating, implementing, and evaluating research and development programs.
- Leads and participates in cross-disciplinary teams that synthesize future science and technology programs to pursue.
- Obtains, interprets and documents user requirements, and coordinates performance targets for technology transition.
- Manages specific programs and projects for cost, schedule and performance, and assures compliance with applicable contracts, and recommends work scope changes where appropriate.
- Coordinates and reviews statements-of-work to ensure projects provide needed deliverables and advance the technology readiness.
- Reviews Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRs), and Interagency Cost Reimbursable Orders (IACROs) for consistency with technical and programmatic objects; reviews and coordinates Economy Act compliance.
- Recommends budget and project scope adjustments to project in order to meet transition deliverables and comply with OSD expenditure targets; or cancellation of the project when aims are not achievable
- Maintains familiarity with the overall scope of division and directorate programs and establishes and maintains liaison with organizations (national and international) having similar problems and activities.
- Analyzes functional and technical deficiencies in chemical and biological defense to determine applicable scientific issues and makes recommendations on future program direction.
Occasional travel - Periodic CONUS and occasional international travel is required.
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