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17-021, Maj, MD, Common Analytical Laboratory Suite Technical Liaison, C/O Open until Filled

Air National Guard (ANG) ADOS Opportunity

CLOSE OUT DATE:  Open until Filled
POSITION TITLE:  Common Analytical Laboratory Suite Technical Liaison
TOUR LENGTH:  30 Sep 2017 (pending funding)
LOCATION:  Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

POC Position: 
Contact Info: 703 607 2260
Email: francisco.rocha1.mil@mail.mil

Position Description (Duty Description) INTRODUCTION Common Analytical Laboratory Suite (CALS) Technical Liaison serves as an integral communication conduit between the National Guard J39 Domestic Operations CBRNE Response Enterprise and the Joint Program Office.  Job responsibility covers 5 major areas to include technical evaluation of mobile laboratory instrumentation requirements, analytical laboratory techniques, practices and procedures;  technical knowledge of chemical and biological aspects of threat agents and toxic hazardous materials; practical knowledge of International Organization for Standardization (ISO 17025) accreditation requirements; and lifecycle support for a broad range of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) CBRN detection and identification equipment; participation in the Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) process for the acquisition of WMD-CST capabilities and providing technical expertise on operational requirements, capability applications, and operational feasibility of proposed systems.
EXPERIENCE - Extensive management experience of the WMD-CST International Organization for Standardization (ISO 17025) accredited laboratory to include logistical sustainment, quality control management, laboratory training, and lab accreditation maintenance. Experience in bio-analytical techniques for environmental applications compliant with GLP and ISO 17025. Ability to manage all aspects of coordinating instrument maintenance, consumable goods/reagent ordering, and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) support through the National Guard COMSUPCEN. Practical knowledge in equipment lifecycle support for a broad range of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) CBRN equipment in support of DoD laboratory systems. Expertise in technical project evaluations, ability to respond to customer inquiries, and verify product technical quality to meet Capabilities Production Document specifications. Provide research and analysis to develop advice to senior leaders regarding maintenance, sustainment, and effectiveness of Laboratory systems and all aspects of logistics life cycle and CBRNE Supply Chain Management.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE - Professional knowledge of analytical instrumentation and technology to include the application of science principles, theories, practice and methodologies sufficient to evaluate select technologies and training requirements for mobile laboratory inclusion. Knowledge and application of hazardous materials chemistry and biology principles, microbiology, mathematics and statistics as related to laboratory operations. Extensive working knowledge of CST mobile laboratory operations dealing with hazardous and toxic materials, infections, contagious specimens and extremely volatile chemicals and explosive materials. Incumbent must be familiar with the institutional knowledge required for Army and Air laboratory personnel. Familiarity with laboratory procedures manuals and ability to coordinate and lead SMEs to provide procedural updates that are relevant to the CALS and WMD-CST missions.
Provides subject matter expertise in the formulation, implementation, execution, analysis, and evaluation of WMD-CST Medical and Laboratory operations.  Knowledge of EPA guidelines and regulations, DOD directives and regulations, DA directives regulations and other required manuals and guidelines. Knowledge in latest developments in training, evaluation and control of hazardous and toxic materials.
· Previous experience as a Science Officer for the CST for no less than 10 years with knowledge of the Analytical Laboratory Suite generation 0 and generation 1.  Knowledge of the CALS CPD and multiservice requirements.
· Extensive operational experience with Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay, Electrochemical Luminescence and Polarized and Fluorescent Light Microscopy.
· Possess advanced academic education in the physical sciences. PhD is preferred. 
· Possess hands on experience with chemical and select biological agent with direct experience evaluating test results. 
· Ability to liaison with CST laboratory operators to derive technical requirements to develop solutions to address capability gaps in training and technologies.
· First-hand knowledge of DoD Laboratory Network (DLN) and Laboratory Response Network (LRN) working with Federal laboratories to include the Centers for Disease Control, Food Emergency Response Network, Edgewood Chemical Biological Command, Department of Agriculture and State and local Public Health Networks as it is related to WMD.
· Knowledge of the Integrated Consortium of Laboratory Networks (ICLN) and its subordinate networks that could affect the CALS Program. 

ADOS Application Procedures form: Located at:   http://www.ang.af.mil/careers/ados/index.asp 
Resume: (SF171 not accepted)

Physical Fitness Assessment: Current Physical Fitness Test (all pages) within past 12 months. Must be valid for up to 90 days from date of application submittal.

AF Form 422 -Notice of AF Members Qualification Status: With no restrictions and validated within 60 days prior to tour start date.  Form must indicate member does not have a deployment restriction (Code 31) or is undergoing an MEB (Code 37). Working copy will not be accepted. Upon final selection, you may need to provide an updated AF422.

vMPF RIP: Must  include all pages.  Ensure your Total Active Federal Military Service (TAFMS) is listed on your RIP

PCARS RIP:  Point Credit Accounting and Reporting Systems From vMPF or MilPDS

Sanctuary Waiver:  If TAFMS is 16 years or greater; must submit a Statement of Understanding Waiver of AD Sanctuary.

1095 Day Analysis:  Letter from with analysis of how many days performed during the last 1,460 days.  

TAG/Wing (CC) Acknowledgment Required.
Officers: Last 3 OPRs IAW MPFM 07-45 dated 11 Jul 07,  para 17b "OPRs on AFRC and ANG Officers are due to the CSS no later than 30 days after close-out and to HQ ARPC no later than 60 days after close-out."

POC Application Procedures:
Ms Patricia Adamson
DSN 612-7183/8884
Comm:  240-612-7183

**Submit applications to angrc.ngbhrf@ang.af.mil and NGB-JS-ADOS: ng.ncr.ngb-arng.mbx.ngb-js-ados@mail.mil; include announcement #.

If unable to encrypt or the application is over 4MB, please forward via https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe/  to the above addresses.

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