EOD Group Advisor

Employer: PAE
Location: Global

Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World

Candidate serves as a Plans, Operations, and Training Integrator for an EOD Group providing Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) / Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) subject matter expertise (SME). Conducts a myriad of plans and operations tasks encompassing the planning of operational exercises and world-wide tasked contingencies or deployments; coordinating training events for unified land operations/decisive action; assists with the force development process; and the development of policies and procedures for unit readiness. This position is the Group commander’s resource for EOD/CIED/CBRN integration of the Group Headquarters and its subordinate units with associated Corps, Division, and Brigade elements. Supports the EOD Group staff with a broad scope of studies and analysis related to EOD / C-IED operations designed to defeat enemy IED Networks utilizing Attack the Network (AtN) and Weapons Technical Intelligence (WTI) methodologies.

In addition, advisors shall:
Develop and coordinate the efforts of their assigned team to ensure they meet the supported commander’s intent derived from Fragmentary Orders/Operation Order (FRAGO/OPORDs) as a supplement (section 5, Deliverable 17 of CAR Task Order 1).
Support the facilitation of documentation and coordination for all activities within the individual training support teams and coordinating with project management, operations groups/staffs, and exercise leadership to ensure all support requirements are met and operational risks are identified and mitigation strategies are recommended to the commands.
Provide direct support to command operations while mentoring and guiding staff operations on the use of enablers as well as staff actions. Supports the Group S3 with analysis for the synchronization and sourcing of EOD forces as a part of the Global Force Management and Allocation Process (GFMAP) utilizing current SECDEF Force Allocation Distribution
Manage Matrix (FADM), Army Redlines guidance, and 20th CBRNE Command procedures.
Serve in support of the command as the AtN SME during initial planning for pre-exercise and post exercise AAR to training audience staff members.
Review and develop unit policies, procedures, concepts, plans (CONOPS, OPLANs, and CONPLANs) as they relate to EOD C-IED, and CBRN operations at the strategic and operational levels to support the Group’s training objectives and operational mission sets.
Coordinate CTC rotations and observer controller / trainer (OC/T) personnel. Works with 20th G37, JRTC, and NTC representatives to resolve any issues and incorporated changes to the rotations.
Develop talking points / position papers / directives / instructions / guidance / memoranda / briefings as directed by the Group S3 and secures necessary senior leadership approval to foster mutual assistance and support between all communities of interest
Be prepared to conduct all source analysis to identify insurgent and IED networks. This includes leaders, facilitators, cell members, and bomb makers to identify nominations for possible lethal and non-lethal actions.
Be prepared to create pattern of life and device emplacement targeting assessments using biometric resources and electrical circuit exploitation reporting, to assist in defeating insurgent networks throughout exercise or operational exercise Operational Environment (OE).
Be prepared to produce target support package for the supported command.


BS degree
Minimum of 15 years’ experience in the EOD community with at least 5 of these on a battalion or group staff (preferred experience as battalion or group deployed operational staff)
Individual Learning Experience/Command and General Staff College equivalent.
TS level clearance


An Equal Opportunity Employer. PAE’s hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law