• Scientist

    Job Location(s) US-MD-Ft. Detrick
    Posted Date 1 week ago(11/8/2018 10:16 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1310
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    “PotomacWave” incorporates two core concepts: Potomac, which is the water lifeline of the nation’s capital, and Wave, which is the embodiment of sustained energy. PotomacWave is an organization founded by consultants who wanted to improve the status quo for their clients and work for an organization that rewards creativity and innovation. They brought together a diverse team of top-notch consulting talent who are like-minded in their commitment to excellence.

    Responsibilities

    • Assist designated Portfolio Manager for Neurotrauma, plan and conduct portfolio analyses to help identify knowledge gaps and establish research priorities for the Chair of the Joint Program Committee-6 
    • Serve as JPC6 program liaison with contracting personnel in resolving contracting issues, obtaining status of actions, and responding to requests for information for DHP-funded proposals.
    • Maintain historical records to include records of transactions, pre-proposals, full proposals, acceptance and turn down notifications and other documentation relevant to efficient management of intramural and extramural projects.
    • In close coordination with execution management activity staff, review, coordinate and report on tracking and disbursement of research funds.
    • Develop and maintain electronic master files to track the progress of assigned research projects including minutes, briefings, spreadsheets, and databases.
    • Attend meetings and coordinate activities with DoD, other Federal agencies, academic, and industry labs.
    • Prepare information papers, special studies, reviews and analyses in response to external tasking.
    • Develop, present, and provide program/progress briefings.

    Qualifications

    • Training in single or multiple science and technology disciplines with ability to provide knowledge and insight into specific areas of biomedical science and technology.
    • Ability to guide development and application of this knowledge to the project.
    • Ability to independently perform a variety of activities where subject matter expertise is required.
    • Lead activities of a complex research administration program.
    • Plan and performs required research, evaluation, technical analysis, planning and other tasks in specific technical areas.
    • Responsible for highly complex scientific/technical tasks. Develops information which extends knowledge
    • Favorable National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI).

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