5,663 JobsStrategic Planner - Clearance RequiredLMIHonolulu, HIAssist with providing ASC the visibility at TS/SCI level events and to assist in the preparation and development of all necessary staff estimates, courses of action, Operations Orders (OPORDs) Fragmentary Orders (FRAGORDs), and Warning Orders (WARNORDs) related to the Combatant Commanders (COCOMs), HQ Department of the Army (HQDA), and Army Materiel Command (AMC) plans and orders. Full-time
Medical Acquisition AnalystLMIFrederick, MDLMI is seeking an experienced Medical Acquisition Analyst to provide acquisition, procurement, and lifecycle logistics support to a Department of Defense Client focused on military medical solutions.
Radiation Engineer IVLMIWashington, DCWith the threat of transnational terrorism and ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by nations potentially hostile to the U.S., DHS has taken steps to integrate the full range of its radiological, nuclear, chemical, and biological capabilities to enhance the nation’s abilities to prevent terrorists and other threat actors from using WMD, and support operational partners in closing capability gaps along adversary pathways.
Staff Logistician - Clearance RequiredLMIStafford, VALMI staff will help the client lead, manage, and direct the development, acquisition, production/procurement, fielding, and sustainment of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) defense systems and equipment. Full-time
Learning And Development SpecialistLMIBethesda, MDExperience working with tool such as WebEx, SharePoint, and MS Office Suite DESIRED EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Masters Degree or higherExperience consulting in a federal agency within Health and Human Services (HHS) (e.g., NIH, FDA).
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