Interested in working to prepare the nation for the most serious of security issues like climate change, cyberattack, extreme weather, and violent incidents?
Interested in public policy, security policy, data visualization/GIS, political science/international affairs, or related subjects?
Experience in exercises, Model UN, or other simulations?
Consider applying for a Research Analyst (0-2 years’ experience), Analyst (typically 1-3 years or Master’s Degree), Senior Analyst (combination of experience and education), or Associate (first-level management) position at The Cadmus Group’s Homeland Security Sector in the Exercise Coordination Business Area. Exercise Coordination is an exciting and burgeoning Business Area, providing clients with the expertise and tools needed to research and simulate the most pressing threats and hazards, develop risk assessments, and identify methods and resources for improving prevention, protection, response, and recovery to incidents.
Cadmus is a forward-thinking, socially responsible consultancy that focuses on creating social and economic value and improving quality of life through cross-disciplinary services. Areas of expertise include energy, climate, transportation, homeland security, and regulatory and management support, among others. Check out the Homeland Security sector page and contact Kerry Lanzo, currently an Exercise Coordination analyst at Cadmus and GW ESIA/UHP ‘15, to further discuss the opportunity.