Submission Deadline: 09:00 AM EST, February 28, 2022
Questions due by January 23, 2022
CRDF Global is seeking subject matter experts, qualified trainers, mentors, and research collaborators to support projects for the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Biological Threat Reduction Program (BTRP) STEP 2.0 program. STEP 2.0 activities promote best practices in biological safety and security, improve partner countries’ capacities to safely and rapidly detect and report dangerous infectious diseases, and establish and enhance international research partnerships.
Through STEP 2.0 engagements, BTRP works with partners to reduce biological threats through enhanced biological safety and security practices, exploration and mitigation of biological risks, and improved understanding of endemic emerging and re-emerging biological pathogens.
Ideal candidates will possess advanced degrees in veterinary medicine, human medicine, epidemiology, and/or public health-related fields. Individuals must be able to travel internationally.
Candidates agree to be considered for placement on the program for the duration of the period of performance (estimated to be 9/30/2022 – 9/29/2027) and will have the opportunity to accept or decline specific requests on an individual task order basis.