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Medical Analyst (Senior) CBRN Defense at ANSER in Washington, Washington DC

Posted in Science 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

ANSER enhances national and homeland security by strengthening public institutions.  We provide thought leadership for complex issues through independent analysis and we deliver practical, useful solutions.  ANSER values collaboration, integrity, and initiative and we are client focused in all that we do. Because we were established for the purpose of public service and not for profit, we measure our success in the impact of our service. 


ANSER is seeking senior Medical Analysts to support the Joint Requirements Office for CBRN Defense. This position directly benefits the Warfighter by supporting the linking of Joint and Multi-Service CRND Defense requirements to today's dynamic concepts of operation and participates in the support framework for the JRO-CBRND to develop Joint requirements within the CBDP POM. The Medical CBRN Analyst Leads medical CBRN defense requirements development including conduct of AoAs and requirements documents, both materiel and non-materiel. Medical CBRN defense requirements include medical countermeasures (MCM) and bio surveillance. The senior-level Medical CBRN Analyst also supports the CBDP POM process and medical CBRN doctrine development. The senior Medical CBRN Analyst additionally assists the Chief, Medical CBRN Defense Equipment Requirements Branch to oversee the Analyses of Alternatives and develop/coordinate materiel operational requirements and capabilities documents with Services, COCOMs, OSD, Joint Staff, and RDT&E organizations. The Medical CBRN Analyst (Senior) will organize and conduct at least quarterly, an Integrated Concept Team (ICT) meeting with all relevant stakeholders and draft and provide minutes and will be responsible for developing Joint operational requirements by drafting, staffing, and adjudicating requirements documents prior to entering them into KM/DS.

Primary duties will include (but are not limited to):

  • Oversee the Analyses of Alternatives and develop requirements documents in coordination with stakeholder representatives. 

  • Organize and conduct at least quarterly, an Integrated Concept Team (ICT) meeting with all relevant stakeholders and draft and provide minutes.

  • Responsible for developing Joint operational requirements by drafting, staffing and adjudicating requirements documents prior to entering them into KM/DS.

  • Develop and complete Joint Staff Action Packages (JSAPs) to accomplish tasks.

  • Provide medical CBRN advice to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Service personnel as needed.

  • Provide support as a subject matter expert in relevant field of experience.  

  • Provide senior-level briefings. 

  • Prepare regular reports on various identified technical issues. 

  • Obtain and maintain any security clearances, status or licenses required by client to perform work. 


  • At least 20 years of relevant technical area experience (comparable to a retired O-5 or above or a former GS-14 or above).

  • An earned PhD in a relevant technical discipline and/or an MD or DVM with CBRN research experience is highly desirable.

  • Ten (10) years’ experience in Joint or Service requirements development as well as expert level fluency in the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) drug and biologics approval processes.

  • The candidate must be fully conversant with JCIDS and have had at least five (5) years’ experience on a Joint and/or Service staff.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with ANSER, please call 703-416-2000 or e-mail
ANSER is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek individuals from a broad variety of backgrounds with varying levels of experience who have a desire to do meaningful work. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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