Defense Career Opportunities – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 22 November 2006

Defense Career Opportunities – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 22 November 2006

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“At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from
another person.  Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of
those who have lighted the flame within us.”
- Albert Schweizter

Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career
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job opportunities and career advice for you, the men and women of the
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***  These jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in more
detail below:
1.)  SSGN Program Management Support, Alion Science and Technology,
Washington, DC
2.)  Director of Business Development, Alion Science and Technology,
Alexandria, VA
3.)  Marketing Internships, Spearhead Innovations, Arlington VA
4.)  Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Instructors, REEP, Groton, CT and
Bangor/Everett, WA
5.)  Graphic Artist, Defense Applications Group, Cubic, Corporation,
Suffolk, Virginia
6.)  Contingency and Exercise Support Lead, ManTech Intl Corp,
Chantilly, VA
7.)  Educational Program Specialist, US Coast Guard, New London, CT
8.)  INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, Army Reserve Command, Ft McCoy,
Tomah, WI
9.)  Launch Vehicle Systems Engineer, Space Launch Operations, The
Aerospace
Corporation, Vandenberg, CA
10.)  Intelligence Analyst – Collection Support, Harris, McLean, VA
11.)  Sr. Tool Engineer, AM General, South Bend, IN
12.)  Infrared Signature Engineer, (offered through search firm ERS
Antenna), Indianapolis, IN
13.)  Senior Defense Systems Engineer / Program Manager, SET
Corporation, Arlington, VA
14.)  Science and Technology Advisor, Ideal Innovations, Ft. Belvoir, VA
15.)  Environmental Analyst, Teledyne Solutions, Huntsville, AL
16.)  Research Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute, Rockville, MD
17.)  Experimental Physicist, SARA, Huntington Beach, CA
18.)  Sr Schedule Engineer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos,
NM
19.)  Program Manager -E4230A-Army Airborne Product Line – Program
Management, Harris, Melbourne/Palm Bay, FL
20.)  Apache Longbow Mission Software IPT Lead – Manager, Boeing, Mesa,
AZ
21.  Project Coordinator, Q-CERT Critical Infrastructure Protection,
MTS-D, The Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon
University, Doha, Qatar.
22.)  SAP Analyst (CRM), Raytheon, GARLAND, Texas
23.)  Research Analyst, The CNA Corporation, Alexandria, VA
24.)  RESEARCH PHYSICIST, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
***  Job fair listings, events, news and commentary, and more!

Here are the jobs featured in this issue:

1.)  SSGN Program Management Support, Alion Science and Technology,
Washington, DC

Qualifications 
 Experience required:  Submarine, Deep Submergence Program, Acquisition,
Shipyard Production, Quality Assurance, Subsafe, Special Operations
Force (SOF). Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of engineering
principles, methods, and techniques; Thorough knowledge of MS Word,
PowerPoint, Excel; Excellent people skills; Excellent oral and written
communication capabilities. 
 Responsibilities 
 1. Provides analytical and technical support to the SSGN Conversion
project involving Special Operations Force (SOF) technical/operational
documentation, Scope of Certification (SOC) systems design or other
efforts related to SOF Host Ship Systems integration on SSGN.
2. Researches, identifies, and makes recommendations about resources
required for task execution and completion.
3. Gathers, processes, and analyzes operational data.
4. Assists with the testing and development of SOF/SOC systems or
updates to existing systems to meet client needs.

https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

2.)  Director of Business Development, Alion Science and Technology,
Alexandria, VA

Alion Science and Technology is an employee-owned technology solutions
company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the
Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial
customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering experience, Alion
brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: defense
operations; modeling & simulation; wireless communication; industrial
technology; chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences;
information technology; and naval architecture & marine engineering.
Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion has 3700 employee-owners at major
offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. 
 Qualifications 
 Bachelor's degree in related field and appropriate work experience of
increasing difficulty and responsibility.
Extensive technical knowledge relevant to Alion's lines of business.
Must be successful in capturing Navy business.
Extensive experience in sales contract negotiations. 
Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills.
Must be able to travel extensively both domestically and
internationally.
Experience in international marketing.
In rare circumstances, education and/or experience requirements may be
decreased or waived if the individual has an extraordinary educational
background or uniquely applicable experience or highly specialized
knowledge.
A security clearance of an appropriate level may be required after
employment. 
 Responsibilities 
 Implements overall marketing strategies, plans and programs as
directed.
Assesses market positions.
Develops the annual marketing plans.  Is responsible for achieving
annual goals, contributing to growth, financial management, and
expansion of Alion's markets.
Stays abreast of Alion's technical developments/services and develops
potential customer base for new products and services.  Establishes
leads and contacts for potential new business.  Identifies new markets
and develops new business relationships with prospective customers.
Develops and recommends marketing plans for potential customers.
Monitors market conditions.
Ensures effective and timely communications with management and
technical staff.
Communicates marketing plans and strategies to technical staff.
Formulates new and progressive marketing concepts to establish Alion as
a leader in the marketplace.
Gathers new research ideas and evaluates their potential for follow-up
proposal efforts.
Assists in proposal efforts.
Consults with research staff to determine what areas of research should
be developed and marketed as new business opportunities. Keeps research
staff up-to-date on government and industry activities that may affect
current or potential contracts.
Prepares reports as requested.
Develops and delivers presentations.
Develops and delivers effective marketing presentations to potential
customers.
Prepares proposals. 
 Closing Statement 
 Find out just how far your skills will take you with Alion Science and
Technology.  Join us.  We offer competitive salaries and outstanding
benefit packages to full and half-time employees. 
 Conditions of Employment 
 Applicants who are offered employment with Alion will be required to
complete an Alion Application for Employment form.  Also, as a condition
of employment, you will be required to sign a Disclosure and
Authorization form for a background/reference check of employment
history, education, references and criminal records.  Employment is
contingent upon satisfactory results of your reference check. 
 Equal Employment Opportunity 
 We value the cultural differences our employees bring to Alion. 
EOE/AA/M/F/V/D.
https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

3.)  Marketing Internships, Spearhead Innovations, Arlington VA

Marketing intern candidates must be enrolled in or have completed
marketing-related undergraduate courses.
2001 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Suite 209 Arlington VA 22202 | phone
703.413.5090 | fax 703.413.5097
http://www.spearheadinnovations.com/html/jobs.htm

4.)  Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Instructors, REEP, Groton, CT and
Bangor/Everett, WA
 
Location: Groton, CT and Bangor/Everett, WA Fleet Concentration Areas
and others.

Qualification: The instructors shall possess at least the minimum
qualifications required by nationally acceptable industry or academic
standards for certification as an instructor in law enforcement or force
protection per course requirements. AT/FP and ASC Training. Background
may include Navy SEAL, Marine Recon or Special Forces, US Coast Guard
LEDET, Master at Arms/Gunners Mate Personnel or former Navy small arms
instructor or equivalent.  Instructors shall be proficient in small arms
weapons and tactics and have general knowledge of MIO VBSS operations. 
Instructors shall be currently certified as a firearms instructor by a
law enforcement agency, the National Rifle Association, or their state
Department of Criminal Justice Services.

Navy experience and understanding of Navy core values is highly
desirable.  It highly desirable that instructors for the Navy force
protection training herein should have Navy shipboard experience or
proficient knowledge of shipboard terminology and configuration/layout
and watch structure.

Certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and basic First Aid
training is preferred.

Clearance: No security clearance required, however; each instructor must
have a documented background check that would be recognized/accepted by
local police department or highway patrol to verify compliance with the
Lautenburg Amendment to the Gun Control Act and drug screening. 
REEP has offices in New Hampshire, North Carolina, Virginia, Canada,
France, and Russia. Our business is to provide a wide variety of
services to the US Government and private enterprises.

Due to ongoing projects and a significant number of US Government
contracts, REEP has a continuous need for qualified linguists, trainers,
instructors and individuals with skills found in the Foreign Area
Officer, Intelligence, and Special Operations communities. REEP's
President and Executives are former FAOs and regionally qualified
Special Operations Officers.  Much of the work available is on a
project-by-project basis.  Work can often be done from your home.
http://www.usereep.com/JobListing.htm

5.)  Graphic Artist, Defense Applications Group, Cubic, Corporation,
Suffolk, Virginia
http://jobs.cubic.com/opportunities/process/?action=viewdetails&jobref=799215133080

6.)  Contingency and Exercise Support Lead, ManTech Intl Corp,
Chantilly, VA
http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=50280566

7.)  Educational Program Specialist, US Coast Guard, New London, CT

Vacancy Ann.#:  07-0125-NEDG-D2
Pay Plan:  GS-1720-13/13
Closes 12/21/2006
Salary:  From 79,854.00 to 103,806.00 USD per year

http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=50122207

8.)  INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, Army Reserve Command, Ft McCoy,
Tomah, WI

Vacancy Ann.#:  NCDE06029986DR4
Pay Plan:  GS-1750-9/11 
Salary:  From 42,955.00 to 67,567.00 USD per year
Closes Monday, November 27, 2006

http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=50126152

9.)  Launch Vehicle Systems Engineer, Space Launch Operations, The
Aerospace Corporation, Vandenberg, CA
http://www.aero.org/careers/jobs/WEBPVLPG292.html

10.)  Intelligence Analyst – Collection Support, Harris, McLean, VA 
http://www.employment.harris.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-59663&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

11.)  Sr. Tool Engineer, AM General, South Bend, IN
http://www.amgeneral.com/corporate_employment.php/eID/94

12.)  Infrared Signature Engineer, (offered through search firm ERS
Antenna), Indianapolis, IN
http://www.ersantenna.com/rcs.html

13.)  Senior Defense Systems Engineer / Program Manager, SET
Corporation, Arlington, VA
http://www.setassociates.com/jobs.html

14.)  Science and Technology Advisor, Ideal Innovations, Ft. Belvoir, VA

Candidate will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team evaluating and
developing technologies for rapid deployment to soldiers and
peacekeepers in hostile environments. Position requires ability to
interact with civilian and government R&D centers in order to assess the
efficacy and feasibility of technologies.

Candidate will have a minimum of a Masters Degree and five years
experience developing technologies for the Department of Defense.  Prior
military experience is a plus.  Candidate must have relevant education
and experience in one or more of the following areas: electrical
engineering, radio, directed energy, microwave, electronic
countermeasures, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, physics,
radar, optical and laser systems, systems engineering, weapon systems,
remote sensing systems, ISR (intelligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance) systems, or robotics.  Demonstrated technical innovation
is a plus.

http://www.idealinnovations.com/default.asp?contentID=551

15.)  Environmental Analyst, Teledyne Solutions, Huntsville, AL
https://jobs.tdytsi.com/

16.)  Research Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute, Rockville, MD
https://recruitp.battelle.org/whalecom4abb772a55ed2bc363d2f2a2325f3a1d0936bedf/whalecom1/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=12915

17.)  Experimental Physicist, SARA, Huntington Beach, CA
http://www.sara.com/SARA/job_descriptions/experimental_physicist.html

18.)  Sr Schedule Engineer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos,
NM

Summary: Position will be located at the Nevada Test Site (NTS).
Reports, through the LANL Cost, Schedule, and Estimating Division, to
the Criticality Experiments Facility (CEF) Project Manager at the Nevada
Test Site. Responsibilities include: Prepares project control plans and
detailed staffing utilization plans; identifies scope of work and the
project execution plan; Integrates interdisciplinary schedule
requirements and constraints to establish logical work sequences for
assigned disciplines or specialties. Works with the organizations to
meet total project plan. Analyzes schedule data and identifies to
complete work interfaces. Develops specific project codes work packages
and recommends appropriate modifications and revisions. Identifies
critical or potential impact on the schedules. Establishes milestones
for the project and reviews project activities to ensure appropriate
support. Creates and implements measurement systems for established
processes, analyzes performance metric results, and identifies
improvements. Responsible for adherence to LANL cost/schedule system
policies and procedures. Ensure that the scheduling system is in full
compliance with Department of Energy (DOE) Orders and other DOE
directives (e.g., DOE Order 430.1 Life Cycle Asset Management and
related Directives).

Required Skills: Demonstrated experience with DOE or DoD Earned Value
Management System (EVMS) requirements and practices. Demonstrated
knowledge and experience in applying the theories, principles, and
techniques of project management to projects, including baseline
development, resource estimation, data system maintenance, and EVMS
reporting and analysis, and baseline change control. Demonstrated
ability to interpret estimating data to establish or validate resources
requirements. Knowledge of engineering and construction management
customarily acquired over time through specialized instruction or
practical experience. Experience and performing, monitoring, and
reviewing planning and scheduling functions, which include schedule
development, control , and analysis, in the field. Expert level skills
developing and maintaining schedules in Primavera Project Planner
software as well as related spreadsheets and databases which support
scheduling systems. Applies complex specialized knowledge to assignment.
Demonstrated experience evaluating and solving complex problems to
achieve optimal schedule results. Excellent oral and written
communication skills. Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with
managers, project team members, and supporting contractors. Ability to
obtain a DOE “Q” clearance, which normally requires U.S. citizenship.

Desired Skills: Proposal Management, Management, Summary, Control,
Medium Term, Engineering-implementation, Procurement- implementation,
Construction- implementation, Subcontractor schedules and Core
scheduling techniques. 7 plus years of experience within the areas of
engineering, procurement, and construction of nuclear facilities.

Education: Bachelor's or Masters degree (Masters preferred) in
Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or Project Management or
other related field or equivalent combination of education and
experience.

Notes: The job series (SSM or TSM) does not appear in this job ad
because the person selected will have their title managed by the use of
the functional job title (Construction Manager) and their salary will be
administered within a market pay range depending on relevant experience.
The pay range for this position is $75,700/min – $86,500/market –
$108,100/max. If you have further questions on this please contact Tom
Padilla – tpadilla@lanl.gov.

Clearance: Q (Position will be cleared to this level). Applicants
selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must
meet eligibility requirements for access to classified matter.

Contact: For specific questions about the status of this job, call (505)
667-8546.
http://www.hr.lanl.gov/JobListing/SingleJobAd.aspx?JobNumber=213755

19.)  Program Manager -E4230A-Army Airborne Product Line – Program
Management, Harris, Melbourne/Palm Bay, FL

Job Description:

Program Manager to lead and manage one or more complex avionics programs
performing design and development.
Program manager will have responsibility for the contractual, technical,
schedule and financial performance of assigned program(s) and the timely
and accurate reporting of all program activities to the customer and
internal senior management.
Includes the capture of new and follow-on business associated with
assigned customers or market areas.
 
Qualifications:

Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree is required. Bachelor of
Science in Engineering is highly preferred.
Requires strong interpersonal communication, oral presentation, written
communication and customer relationship skills.
Experience with multi-functional teams is strongly preferred. Must
possess the demonstrated ability to effectively interface and
proactively influence customers, and to work independently based on
high-level guidance and direction.
Must have a working familiarity with contractual and financial vehicles
and tools.
Computer skills must include MS Office and scheduling tools, (i.e.,
Outlook, MS Word, Power Point, Excel, and MS Project).
Must be knowledgeable of the command media and the Program Compliance
Monitor (PCM) tool.
This position may require a security clearance or the ability to obtain
one.
 
Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include leading and managing program teams, following
internal policies and processes, and planning and monitoring performance
to ensure programmatic, schedule, financial and technical commitments
are met.
This includes being proactive by managing and avoiding risks and
negative impacts to the program as well as determining and implementing
timely corrective action when problems do occur.
Responsible to create and promote a team environment, ensure appropriate
resources are obtained, allocated and deployed with clear direction
needed for success.

http://www.employment.harris.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-62843&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

20.)  Apache Longbow Mission Software IPT Lead – Manager, Boeing, Mesa,
AZ

Challenging, fast paced, customer focused position investigating and
resolving technical in-service structural repair issues for composite
and bonded aluminum structures on all Boeing designed commercial
airplane models. Coordinate repairs with Stress engineers and ARs to
develop and provide written responses to Boeing customers for composite
structures. Contacts customer, teaming partners, subcontractors, and
suppliers to exchange technical data and to discuss project performance.
A Bachelor of Science or advanced degree in Engineering is required and
typically a minimum of 9 to 13 years experience in an engineering
classification. Clearance: Secret. Req.
https://jobs.boeing.com/JobSeeker/JobView?reqcode=06-1024027

21.  Project Coordinator, Q-CERT Critical Infrastructure Protection,
MTS-D, The Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon
University, Doha, Qatar.

The Q-CERT Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Team focuses on
identifying and managing cyber-security risks in information
infrastructures of vital importance to Qatar. The individual in this
position will work as a member of the Q-CERT CIP Team in developing and
delivering methods, techniques, and standards to assist organizations in
managing risks to information and communications security and for
ensuring the survivability and resiliency of critical systems and
information. The candidate is expected to serve as a liaison between
Q-CERT and selected strategic partners. The candidate will be expected
to work well in a collaborative, entrepreneurial team environment and to
communicate effectively with others. Activities will include close work
with customers from a variety of organizations, including government
ministries and critical infrastructure providers.

This position is located in Doha, Qatar.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Participate in the delivery of existing NSS security analysis and risk
assessment approaches with customers and partners; participate in
research, analysis, mitigation, and documentation of
physical/cyber-security vulnerabilities at Q-CERT strategic partners and
critical infrastructure sites.
Contribute to the development and transition of a national
cyber-security practice standard for Qatar; participate in the research,
analysis, and development of cyber-security surveys and data collection
mechanisms to inform Q-CERT CIP activities.
Deliver technical and management training to customers.
Mentor, guide and interact with team and other staff.
Contribute to CIP product and service transition planning and strategy.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate must be self-directed, have an
interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, and work well
communicating technical information to variety of audiences. The
candidate must also be able to interact with clients and staff of all
levels in a highly professional and competent manner.

Education/Training: BS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or
Information Science, or equivalent combination of education and
experience with three (3) years applicable experience; MS in Computer
Science, Electrical Engineering or Information Science, or equivalent
combination of education and experience with one (1) year applicable
experience; PhD in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or
Information Science, or equivalent combination of education and
experience.

Experience: Total of five (5) years experience as a system or network
administrator, software engineer, information systems analyst, database
administrator, or similarly technical occupation.

Skills/Abilities:

must be able to speak and read English
have an understanding of information technology and telecommunications
systems
working knowledge of network security and survivability issues, to
include knowledge and experience with information security concepts,
information security best practices and bodies of knowledge, information
security evaluation methods, computer security incident response
management, intruder attack methods and tools, and security policy
development
experience in the development and delivery of information security risk
and vulnerability evaluations
outstanding written and oral communication skills
demonstrated ability to prepare papers and presentations for technical
and non-technical audiences
reasoning and problem-solving skills
ability to work independently with limited supervision
ability to recognize and deal appropriately with confidential and
sensitive information
participation in conferences, meetings, and professional society
activities
strong interest in security analysis research and development
ability to prioritize workload and complete deliverables on time
ability to multitask and work effectively with multiple project teams,
sponsors, and customers

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Training: MS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or
Information Science, or equivalent combination of education and
experience with one year applicable experience; PhD in Computer Science,
Electrical Engineering or Information Science, or equivalent combination
of education and experience.

Licenses: CISSP, CISM, or similar certification.

Experience: total of eight (8) years experience as a system or network
administrator, software engineer, information systems analyst, database
administrator or similarly technical occupation. Relevant experience as
a trainer and/or educator in system/network administration.

Skills/Abilities:

experience in both physical and cyber security
working in a team environment on collaborative projects in critical
infrastructure sectors involving network, system or data security
conducting analytical studies and investigations
writing technical papers for a technical or non-technical audience
strong presentation/platform skills and excellent writing skills

OTHER

Mobility: Job requires international travel; ability to travel to other
locations in Doha, Qatar and CMU/SEI Pittsburgh office; frequent local
travel to client sites and workshop venues.

Environmental Conditions: Close contact with CRT for long periods of
time.

Mental: Ability to pay close attention to detail, meet deadlines, work
under pressure, and communicate effectively.

Other: Candidate must be able to pass a background investigation and be
willing to relocate to Doha, Qatar for a minimum of two years. Weekend
and evening hours may be required.

Fluency in both English and Arabic is preferred.
Job #2327.
Resumes from recruiting firms will not be accepted.
To apply please go to
Careers@CarnegieMellon

Carnegie Mellon is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is a federally funded research
and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and
operated by Carnegie Mellon University.
http://www.cert.org/jobs/2327.html

22.)  SAP Analyst (CRM), Raytheon, GARLAND, Texas
http://aerospace.defense.industry.latpro.com/jobs/1018416.html

23.)  Research Analyst, The CNA Corporation, Alexandria, VA

Job Description We are looking for applicants at all experience levels,
for full-time, part-time, or term employment. Candidates must have
advanced degrees in the physical sciences, engineering, operations
research, mathematics, statistics, economics, international relations,
or related disciplines. A successful applicant will think,speak, and
write clearly. We value imaginative and creative approaches and expect
our analysts to see beyond surface details to the core of a problem and
to devise logical and, above all, practical solutions. Our approach
emphasizes:

Developing solutions based on firsthand observations of real-world
events

*Solving unstructured problems

*Working directly with clients

We offer compelling problems, a team approach, extensive computer
resources, opportunities for field assignments in the U.S. and abroad
and competitive salaries and benefits.
Positions Remaining 9
Req Type Exempt
Degree Requirements Masters or Ph.D.
Travel Requirements Some travel
Experience Required Some Research Experience or graduate coursework.
Job 261BR
http://www.cna.org/careers/openings.aspx

24.)  RESEARCH PHYSICIST, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
 
NP-1310-III $53,770 – $100,745
NE6-1310-03NRL07
Closes Dec 15, 2006
https://chart.donhr.navy.mil/jobsearch/searchresults.asp?sType=9&kw=&sCountry=9&sState=&sCity=&sSeries=&sPPlan=&sPLevel=&sClaiment=&sSalary=&SortBy=2&sAN=ne6%2D1310%2D03nrl0715%2Dde&page=1

***  AFCEA/USNI West 2007 Conference
January 31 – February 2, 2007
San Diego, California
http://www.usni.org/seminars/west/west.htm

***  JobZone Military Community  Job Fair, Friday, December 1st        
10 AM – 2 PM
Citizens Center Bldg., 8076 Kings Highway, King George , Va 22485
Military focused; Janet.Giles@JobZoneOnline.com www.JobZoneOnline.com  
***  MilitaryStars Mid-Atlantic Regional Career Fair,  Friday, December
1st     BWI Marriott Airport Hotel, 1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum, Md
Noon – 5 PM     
Military Focused
www.militarystars.com/career_expos_baltimore2.htm                          
*** Surface Navy Association 19th National Symposium
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
January 9-11, 2007

http://www.navysna.org/2007Symposium/Index.htm

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