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Technical Program Liaison & Analyst
LocationWashington, DC
Job TypeSafety
Status
  

At Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), we are committed to assisting government, industry and nonprofit organizations achieve world-class competitiveness.  In carrying out that mission, we recognize that our employees are our most important asset.  Our organization has been recognized continually as an exceptional place to work.  Visit us online at www.ctc.com for more information.

Are you ready to make a difference in your career and be recognized as a corporate innovator with a respected national reputation for solving complex technical challenges?  Become a part of our team.  CTC has an opportunity for a qualified Technical Program Liaison &Analyst in Washington, DC.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM LIAISON & ANALYST

Primary Responsibilities:  Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) is seeking a qualified individual to fill a full-time technical and analytic position on-site at the Pentagon in support of the Department of Defense (DoD) Office of Drug Demand Reduction (ODDR).

 PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:  Individual must have relevant technical and work experience to successfully perform the following functions:

  • Provide data analysis and tracking of operating metrics pertinent to the efficient operation of the DoD ODDR.
  • Conduct fiscal analysis and tracking of expenditures to ensure cost effective expenditure of funds across the spectrum of functions to include but not limited to specimen collection, testing, and contract management.
  • Develop methods for the capture and retention of metrics pertinent to trends analysis of drug use by military personnel.
  • Use metrics analysis for the development of policy decisions across the full spectrum of the ODDR.
  • Provide assistance in responding to inquiries regarding the technical, operational and administrative aspects of the ODDR.
  • Participate in the inspections of the military drug testing laboratories as a member of the inspection team.
  • Serve as a technical advisor to the Director, ODDR, and as required to the Executive Director, Force Resiliency.
  • Participate in the issuance, review, and revisions to Department of Defense Instructions and Directives pertinent to the ODDR.
  • Participate in various technical and programmatic meeting at various levels within the DoD and with other Federal Agencies.
  • Prepare drafts and final versions of Information, Action, and Briefing Memorandum.
  • Serve as liaison with various Contracting Offices within the DoD responsible for the solicitation of contract services utilized by the ODDR to include but not limited to the preparation of Performance Work Statements (PWS), Sources Sought Notifications, and contract specifications.
  • Prepare briefing slides for meetings with Congressional staffer, DoD Comptroller, and Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (OUSD(P&R)) pertinent but not limited to budget, staffing, and administrative issues.
  • Support preparation of the draft and final version of two major annual reports including data tables, graphs, etc., pertinent to the Status of Drug Abuse in the Department of Defense – Fiscal Year Drug Testing Statistical Report and Analysis, and the Fiscal Year Summary Report – Department of Defense Drug Positive Rates and Drug Testing Rates by Service Unit Identification Code (UIC).
  • Maintain technical competency in the fields of forensic toxicology, analytical chemistry, pharmacology, pathology, instrumentation, and data analysis.
  • Other related tasks as requested.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in the physical or biological sciences applicable to Forensic Toxicology
  • Minimum of six years’ experience in clinical or forensic laboratory management and operations
  • Knowledgeable of the capabilities and limitations of analytical instrumentation used in Forensic Toxicology
  • Knowledgeable of legal aspects of drug testing.
  • Federal contracting management experience preferred.
  • Experience with Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD) correspondence processes and procedures such as preparation of memoranda, staff action packages, information papers, etc.
  • Proficient in the use of computer software to include but not limited to Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Proficient in the English language in speech, writing, and personal interactions
  • Skilled in inter-personnel communication, management, and conflict resolution

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Federal contracting management experience

Clearance:  U.S. citizenship required. The candidate must possess and have the ability to obtain and maintain a US government Secret security clearance and have the ability to obtain and maintain a Common Access Card (CAC) for this position. 


Join us!  CTC offers exceptional career growth, corporate values, educational opportunities, and recognition for quality work.  We have a competitive salary and benefits package.  Qualified candidates should submit their resumes online at:

http://careers.ctc.com

Email: careers@ctc.com

Reference Code:  SR#2018-0102

 “We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.”

EOE, M/F/Disability/Vet