Government and Industry Bomb Disposal Opportunities
To strengthen the bonds of the bomb disposal community by establishing a network of trust, awareness, and collaboration.
Deep Analytics Bomb Technician Opportunities
Deep Analytics is seeking current and retired Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Public Safety Bomb Technicians to beta test our newest development, the Community EOD Data Hub, starting Monday, May 16th though Wednesday, June 15th. The Hub is an online resource for uploading, labeling, searching for, and downloading pictures and 3D scans of IEDs and explosive ordnance. A project funded by the EOD and Explosive Operations Subgroup of the Irregular Warfare Technical Support Directorate (IWTSD), the Hub is designed to make it easy to research, find, and download images and data of explosive hazards relevant to our end users. The Hub is entirely crowd sourced and relies on end users to upload their own pictures and to tag and label the contents of their colleagues’ images as well. The Hub incentivizes participation by providing competitions, challenges, levels, goals, and awards for the users. Participation in the beta test event yields a special reward that will carry over to the Community EOD Data Hub once the service goes live, and simply requires using the system and filling out a feedback form. Please sign up today at eoddatahub.com.
Please direct questions to John Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tier Tech International Bomb Technician Opportunities
The United States Bomb Technician Association (USBTA) in partnership with Tier Tech International (TTI) is seeking qualified people to act as either site lead, or deployment instructor for the DIA Deployment Qualification Course (DDQC). The DDQC is a week-long (40 hour) course established to ensure that first-time and returning deploying individuals arrive in theater thoroughly prepared to meet the challenges of deployment in support of the warfighter overseas, worldwide. This course combines computer-based training, classroom instruction, and situational training exercises (STX) which may include Suburban Rollover Egress Training (SRET), Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event (CRASE) and a Mass Casualty (MASCAS) CAPSTONE. All topics are derived from the U.S. Central Command's Fragmentary Order (CENTCOM FRAGO) and meet the directed Theater Entry Requirement training for all, including deploying Intelligence Community (IC) officers. DDQC maintains flexibility to meet the evolving needs of the Combatant Commands (CCMDs) and DIA. DDQC typically runs approximately 36 iterations per year with class sizes ranging from 6-30 students. Due to changing mission needs and Agency demands, 8 to 10 additional iterations may require Mobile Training Teams (MTT) which occur outside the NCR. MTTs are typically conducted in but not limited to Tampa, FL (4), St. Louis, MO (4) and Charlottesville, VA (2) as well as international as needed.
POSITION NEEDED: On-Site Lead
|The Contractor shall provide an On-Site Lead who possesses significant experience providing day-to-day management and supervision of contract support operations potentially involving multiple tasks, large groups of personnel, and multiple locations. Additionally, the On-Site Lead acts as the conduit with the government Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). The Contractor shall monitor and address any financial issues that would affect the continued performance of the contract, seek and hire qualified employees to fill all positions, supervise employees to ensure contract performance and compliance, and ensure a safe and fair work environment. The On-Site Lead shall bring performance issues to the attention of the employee when required. The On-Site Lead shall bring any uncorrected or uncorrectable performance issues to their chain of command to ensure compliance with assigned tasks. In addition, the On-Site Lead shall ensure personnel provided under this contract are clearly aware of the communications chain for all issues; including those related to work hours, leave, and or any other personnel issues. These issues are handled by the Contractor. The On-Site Lead shall also act as an Instructor.
On-Site Lead: The On-Site Lead shall have 15 years of military experience with multiple deployments to combat zones and/or hostile areas of responsibility (AORs). Additionally, the On-Site Lead shall have an instructor certification. Instructional systems design training is highly desired. The On-Site Lead shall have experience (10 years preferred) teaching Tactical Combat Casualty Care, or civilian equivalent, and must have familiarity with the other topics taught in DDQC. The On-Site Lead shall be required to lift up to 50 pounds, wear body armor, and perform basic tactical movement.
This opening is extremely time-sensitive, so if you are interested please submit a resume to:
John R. McKinney; PMP
Vice President of Operations
Tier Tech International, Inc.