Strategic Analysis is seeking a versatile individual to satisfy a requirement for a Physicist to support our government client. Successful applicants will work with members of a team to provide technical expertise and program management assistance to our government client on revolutionary research efforts.
Must be US Citizen
PhD (with 3+ years of experience) in Physics or equivalent physical sciences degree
Demonstrated experience in biophysics, medical physics, quantum physics, and/or quantum biology.
Demonstrated broad experience with biological/medical imaging and spectroscopic techniques desired (e.g., MRI/MRS, X-Ray, THz, optical tomography, fluorescence microscopy, CT, NIR, Raman).
Candidate must be able to quickly and effectively analyze, summarize and communicate the intellectual content of scientific and technological information to both scientific and lay audiences, and have the ability to multi-task and respond to quick turn-around requests.
Demonstrated history of exceptional professional and/or academic achievement.
Strong time management skills and ability to work independently; a self-starter.
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite
U.S. citizenship is required
Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret Clearance
No relocation is available
You will become the invaluable “right-hand” for a Program Manager in the form of technical expertise and technical management capabilities. Responsibilities include: research support and evaluation, preparation of briefing materials, identification of technology gaps, technical risk management, technology transfer efforts, as well as programmatic assistance, such as attending program reviews/site visits/field tests, facilitating interagency communication and interactions, organizing files and documents into a historical timeline, and coordinating workshops for staff as needed. This position includes overall technical monitoring of research programs to: (1) ensure Statement of Work tasks are completed as negotiated; (2) milestones are met; and (3) fiscal commitments/obligations/expenditures are appropriat
Strategic Analysis, Inc - 2 years ago