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The purpose of this position is to creatively enhance and improve the effectiveness of fulfilling sponsored research grants in the area of homeland security for the Center for Mass Destruction Defense (CMADD). There is a current requirement to more fully develop formal approaches and supervision of these developmental programs to help substantiate the Center for Mass Destruction Defense in this competitive area of training and research, to meet current grant objectives and provide the infrastructure to gain additional grant funding. It is also a goal of this position to guide these institutions to take advantage of new trends and opportunities related to the needs of the Federal, State/Local government and private sector granting authorities.


(1) Interface with Federal, State and Corporate CMADD Partners (25% OF WORKLOAD)
a. Identify and communicate with prospective strategic industry and government
partners, evaluate their assets, and formalize agreements with them to help leverage
our opportunities to participate in our HRSA and CDC grant objectives.
b. Provide external entrepreneurial support and corporate outreach for faculty-developed
concepts and technology; i.e., training simulations, embedded AI for interactive
training, etc.
a. Design optimal approaches to leverage university based intellectual capital and
domain knowledge into publications and opportunity for tech transfer. For example,
publishing them with other select university and scientific collaborators.
b. Train and supervise others in industry research methods.
Author and publish papers related to emergency preparedness; related simulation
methods & informatics applications that will enhance the credibility and visibility
for CMADD.

(2) Training and Course Development (50% OF WORKLOAD)
a. Manage the process of developing and certifying a new 7000 level course with an
internal and external distributed work team for Basic Disaster Life Support, across
three universities (UT & UGA, MCG).
b. Assist a team of UGA instructors in relocating the Core Disaster Life Support Decontamination Course to the Center for Biosecurity and Public Health Preparedness in Texas and to integrate with other courses given by CMADD.
c. Create traditional scenario designs and content for WMD exercises for training hospital workers, medical and public safety responders for the State of Georgia DoH.
d. Assist in the development of training simulations ofmass casualty response to weapons of mass destruction.
e. Assist with collaboration efforts with private sector enterprises to import and export new training materials, delivery methods, and tech transfer as appropriate for CMADD.
a. Assist in the deployment of the Nationa1 Disaster Life Support curricula, including the Core Disaster Life Support course.
b. Assure the tech transfer of courseware and methods for the BDLS program under development at UT and UGA, through pilot courses beginning with UT and thereafter, other universities and private sector enterprises.
c. Assess technological and methods breakthroughs and manage the tech transfer of improved methods for conducting tabletop exercises (soon to be required nationally as part of HRSA and Joint Commission requirements for fulfillment on State grants).
Assist CMADD Director to adopt the DTRA casualty model simulations to more accurately define casualty simulations and apply them to current real world potential occurrences.

(3) Participating in and Managing Distributed Work Teams for Grant Deliverv and Course Develooment (25% OF WORKLOAD)
a. Manage the development of deliverables for various projects such as Georgia DoH's Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Grants, HRSA grant Project manage the relocating and cross development of the CDLS Decontamination courseware between UGA and the University of Texas.
b. Manage quality assurance of all deliverables to the University of Texas for the CDLS course transfer.
a. Assess and work with industry applications that enable emergency response solution mobilization with CMADD personnel to improve product development.
b. Work with industry teams to co-develop information technology emergency management and response solutions.


No specific educational requirements.



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