Training Subject Matter Expert

Job Locations US-MD-Edgewood
Full-Time (40HR)


Veteran Corps, a company largely staffed by military veterans and their family members, provides equipment, training, and technical support to first responders, law enforcement and military personnel around the globe. The mission of Veteran Corps is absolute dedication to exceeding the needs of our customers through intelligent, proactive customer service and commitment to excellence in all of our partnerships. We are currently seeking an experienced Training Subject Matter Expert to join our project team.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Support a Department of Defense (DoD) development program by thoroughly demonstrating that all components are capable of being integrated, both physically and electronically, into the multiple configurations
  • Support of test events
  • Maintain operational status of all equipment and document repairs
  • Provide input and support to test scenarios, to verify program requirements are met
  • Support development of program documentation


Experience Required:

  • Knowledge of US Government Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) programs and equipment used for site assessments
  • Familiarity with Technical Manuals Employment of Concepts of Operation
  • Operating and maintaining CBRNE equipment
  • Support employment of Concepts of Operation of instrumentation
  • 8+ years relevant experience or Bachelors degree in Life/Physical Sciences, Engineering or related and 4+ years experience or Masters degree in Life/Physical Sciences, Engineering or related and 2+ years experience
  • This position will require US citizenship.

Desired Experience:

  • Experience participating in test events leading to production or fielding
  • Integration experience of instruments or networks
  • Experience developing programs of instruction
  • Familiarity with Safety Assessments
  • Familiarity with Human Factors


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