Helm Point Solutions is hiring a CBRNE Support Specialist for an opportunity to support our client in Springfield, Virginia. This is an opportunity to join a winning team to support mission success! This is an excellent opportunity for someone with five years of security experience, the requisite certifications and background to further their career path. Helm Point Solutions is a team oriented company - offering benefits that go beyond medical, dental, vision, and 401k to include our educational program to assist you with growing your potential, and so much more. 

We encourage you to check out our website at: www.helmpoint.com/apply

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The CBRNE Support Specialist serves to protect personnel and resources by minimizing the loss of operational capability caused by major accidents, natural and man-made, technological disasters, and civil unrest situations. The Support Specialist networks with Force Protection Support Services, law enforcement, local and federal fire departments, and site management, to stay abreast of local and overseas events to gather sources to identify threats and vulnerabilities. The Support Specialist serves as the coordinator for all matters related to CBRNE detection and avoidance, and participates in management, coordination, and implementation of unified planning disaster preparedness response and recovery policies and procedures for emergency situations CBRNE events

RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but not limited to): Assist with emergency preparedness and exercise program training related to Force Protection and Emergency Management for building occupants and company staff Responsible for expanding the CBRNE training and education programs Assist with the development of site-specific CBRNE policies designed to enhance force protection Assist with making site defense measure recommendations, identify vulnerabilities and make recommendations Makes presentations to various groups including executive leadership, staff, customers and students. Trains staff, law enforcement and local first responders Provide data and support for Emergency Operations Center Commander during Emergency Activities and CBRNE events and exercises Ensure any program CBRNE Equipment designed to monitor and detect is properly used, maintained and remains operationally ready

REQUIREMENTS:

Ability to maintain a TS/SCI or higher Thorough knowledge of CBRNE Materials Knowledgeable of all facility equipment and systems Thorough knowledge of safe mail handling procedures for local and government facilities Ability to perform under stressful situations Ability to work rotating shifts and hours as required by events/incidents Completion of a military or civilian equivalent Basic Readiness Course Completion of a military or civilian equivalent Advanced Readiness Course Five years or more of progressively responsible operational experience in managing a CBRNE Program of customer size and scope

AT Level II Certification 

FEMA Certifications preferred

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be capable of working inside and outside in various weather conditions (rain, wind, snow, etc.) Must be capable of lifting, standing, walking, sitting, speaking, listening, climbing, crawling, kneeling, reaching above shoulders, jumping and moving items up to 50 pounds

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