JE-OPETS Fielding Coordinator III

Edgewood, MD posted on January 3

Established in 2001, The Tauri Group is a professional services firm known for our analytic rigor, practical solutions, and trusted advice in the areas of CBRN threat mitigation, defense science and technology, homeland security, and adjacent domains. We offer the financial stability and breadth of capability of a large company coupled with the corporate commitment and attention of a small firm. Our subject matter expertise, determination, agility, and commitment to active and ongoing client and stakeholder engagement enable us to solve tough problems and deliver results-oriented solutions that help our customers achieve mission success.  We tackle our clients’ most challenging problems by combining analytical rigor with world-class expertise and relevant operational experience.  At The Tauri Group, we do what’s right for the Program, the Mission, and the Nation.

We are seeking a Fielding Coordinator to support Joint Project Manager Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Contamination Avoidance (JPM NBC CA).

Candidates must have a current SECRET clearance.

Education and Certifications Required

  • Successfully complete the mandatory online APG driver's training course. 

Performance Based Tasks Required

  • Serve as a liaison between the requiring office, various manufacturing/support contractors, and other program offices.
  • Drive Government vehicles to complete all fielding and training requirements, as needed.
  • Coordinate fielding activities with the gaining services, which may require traveling to the receiving unit locations to act as the program office representative during the fielding process and conducting an on-site 100% inventory and functional check of all equipment.
  • Perform fielding analyses for programs in order to provide input into MFPs, MFAs, and development of system support packages.
  • Update, track, and report the status of support strategies, fielding documentation, provisioning plans, and other ILS documentation.
  • Track fielding events by maintaining an up-to-date fielding schedule for all systems and negotiating an equipment fielding schedule with all appropriate parties.
  • Participate in pre-fielding teleconferences and meetings to ensure all gaining unit questions are answered and program office requirements are met.
  • Provide input to support development and update of training materials and user guides pertaining to the transition of fielded systems.
  • Conduct NET and refresher training to deploying forces in both CONUS and OCONUS sites.
  • Coordinate and execute fielding IPRs on a scheduled basis.
  • Identify any issues with fielding events and recommend solutions
  • Prepare issue documents and fielding reports for higher headquarters.
  • Assess reliability of fielded systems based on maintenance or field surveys.
  • Maintain an electronic library of:
    • Fielding’s for property accountability and compliance with policy and DoD regulations
    • Contract deliverables, ensuring that the deliverable review process is completed monthly
  • Participate and represent the program office in various IPTs.
  • Participate in or conduct weekly meetings to confirm and verify the status of systems fielded and their sustainment activities.
  • Review, process, coordinate comments on, and track action items from various meetings.
  • Research and respond to fielding inquiries and tasks.
  • Conduct the employment, sustainment and maintenance of JPM NBC CA Reconnaissance and Platform Integrations and Obscurant systems, CBRN Sensors, Biological Detection systems, and Cross Commodity Advance Threats, CBRN decontamination systems and other CBRN hazard detection and warning systems. Specifically, this encompasses Dismounted Reconnaissance Sets, Kits, & Outfit (DRSKO), Next Generation Chemical Detectors; Joint Biological Tactical Detection System (JBTDS); Joint (Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear CBRN) Advanced Capability Sets; Joint (USFK) Portal and Integrated Threat Recognition (JUPITR), Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV), STRYKER and the Screening Obscuration Module (SOM). Legacy systems include the M22 Automatic Chemical Agent Detector Alarm (ACADA), M21 Remote Sensing Chemical Agent Alarm (RSCAAL), M4 & M4A1 Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD), M279 Surface Sampler Probe, Joint Chemical Biological Radiological Agent Water Monitor (JCBRAWM), Joint Urgent Operational Need Statement (JUONS), Domestic Response Capability System (DRC), and Advanced Threat Box. Lastly, the contractor must be capable of training, planning, and coordinating defense systems against chem-bio agents in support of joint and combined arms operations.

This position is contingent upon contract award

At The Tauri Group, you'll collaborate with an elite, creative team of scientists, engineers, analysts, operations specialists, policy experts, and acquisition support specialists. We attract people who love their work and are dedicated to the complex challenges facing today's world. Our culture fosters engagement and enthusiasm, attracts and retains proven experts, and maintains a flexible environment that supports clients and staff. From our easily accessible offices in Alexandria, Virginia to our comprehensive benefits package, every aspect of our operations is designed to bring us the best in the field.

Financially, The Tauri Group is a smart choice, offering:

  • Highly competitive salaries
  • 401(k), including competitive matching and 100 % vesting after only one year
  • Business development and referral bonuses

We support your life outside of the office, too, with benefits including:

  • Highly competitive medical insurance and multiple plans to choose from
  • Dental and vision insurance plans
  • Tuition assistance
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Eight paid hours a year that you can devote to charity
  • Flexible work schedules