Chemical Demilitarization Program Analyst

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Full-Time  |  Mission Support  |  Arlington, VA

Barbaricum is a rapidly growing government contractor providing leading-edge support to federal customers, with a particular focus on Defense and National Security mission sets. We leverage more than 13 years of support to stakeholders across the federal government, with established and growing capabilities across Intelligence, Analytics, Engineering, Mission Support, and Communications disciplines. Founded in 2008, our mission is to transform the way our customers approach constantly changing and complex problem sets by bringing to bear the latest in technology and the highest caliber of talent.
Headquartered in Washington, DC's historic Dupont Circle neighborhood, Barbaricum also has a corporate presence in Tampa, FL and Dayton, OH, with team members across the United States and around the world. As a leader in our space, we partner with firms in the private sector, academic institutions, and industry associations with a goal of continually building our expertise and capabilities for the benefit of our employees and the customers we support. Through all of this, we have built a vibrant corporate culture diverse in expertise and perspectives with a focus on collaboration and innovation. Our teams are at the frontier of the Nations' most complex and rewarding challenges. Join us.
 
Barbaricum is seeking a Program Analyst to support an active contract under the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Threat Reduction and Arms Control (TRAC). The Program Analyst will support the Government client in overseeing budget and technical requirements for two ACAT-1D Major Defense Acquisition Programs, with a nearly $1 billion annual budget. This program was established to ensure the destruction of the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile in a safe and secure manner while meeting the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) obligations.

Responsibilities

  • Support TRAC in the analysis of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) obligations and U.S. legislative requirements for the Chemical Demilitarization Program
  • Work closely with the Offices of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Environment, and Energy; the Director of the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity (CMA); and the Program Executive Officer for Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives (ACWA) to provide program acquisition support, and to assist with relevant programmatic issues and any Army-based chemical demilitarization actions that require coordination at the OSD level. 
  • Analyze and coordinate inputs from the CMA and the ACWA Program to build the Chemical Agent and Munitions Destruction, Defense budget justification exhibits
  • Provide analytic support in the review and development of the CDP Annual Report to Congress and other congressionally required reports
  • Assist with monitoring and reporting on the United States’ compliance with destruction requirements that are mandated by the CWC. This will entail participation at chemical weapons destruction site working group meetings, Army and interagency meetings, and analysis of incoming flow or relevant documentation from the Army and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Defense for Global Security Assessment
  • Assist in the development of DoD issuances and strategic plans to document the roles and responsibilities of OSD and the Army and provide policy guidance for the remaining CDP mission areas including the complete destruction of the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile

Qualifications

  • Active DoD Secret Clearance required
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Expertise and in- depth knowledge of and familiarity with the DoD Chemical Demilitarization Program within the United States
  • 4+ years of experience in disciplines related to the potential tasks for chemical weapons destruction including assessments and analyses of the DoD and Army PPBE process, with at least 1 year supporting meeting planning and facilitation, project management, and development of briefings, databases and spreadsheets