Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 28


Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 28
March 2007www.nedsjotw.com

Issue # 47
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“Accept the place the divine providence has found for you, the society
of your contemporaries, the connection of events.” 
– Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career
Opportunities Newsletter, “DEFCON-1,” a networking newsletter featuring
job opportunities and career advice for those who are part of the global
defense, aerospace and security industry. 

This is a cooperative network.  That means everyone's participation is
required to provide job opportunities to share.  When you learn about a
job opportunity in the defense sector, such as a position that comes
open with your company, you send me the title, organization, location,
and a brief description; link; or contact information, and I'll share.

If you are seeking employment and want to pitch yourself before hiring
managers in the defense industry, send me (lundquist989@cs.com) your
pitch and I'll post, one at a time (so there might be a queue, but there
is no queue now) and always first. 

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***  This week's jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in
more detail below:
***  DEFCON – 1 Safety Violation of the week
1.)  SENIOR AIR MONITORING TECHNICIAN, Newport Chemical Agent Air
Monitoring & Process Analysis Laboratory, Alion Science and Technology,
Newport, Indiana
2.)  Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist,  Army Installation
Management Agency, Ft Riley & Manhattan, KS
3.)  Marketing Intern, SAIC,  McLean, VA
4.)  PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent
Rover, MD
5.)  Systems Administrator, Joint Warfighting Center, Capstone
Corporation, Suffolk, VA
6.)  Joint Battlespace Integration Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Crystal
City,
Virginia
7.)  Simulator Instructor – T-38C Contract, URS Corporation, Laughlin
AFB, TX
8.)  Navigation Seamanship Shiphandling, Titan Corporation, Mayport, FL
9.)  Tactical Network Systems Engineer, DCS Corporation, Arlington VA
10.)  Integrated Network Shipboard System (ISNS) Subject Matter
Expert/Instructor, ManTech, San Diego, CA
11.)  Customer Training Specialist lvl 3 (Pilot Instructor), The Boeing
Company (Charleston AFB, SC)
12.)  QMS OBC Instructor, CACI, Fort Lee, VA
13.)  Instructor Trainer (SG-20) General Dynamics, Fort Lewis, WA
14.)  Technology Analyst, Computer Sciences Corporation, Arlington, VA
15.)  Test Program / Set Development Engineer, DRS Test & Energy
Management, DRS Technologies, Huntsville, AL
16.)  Navy Programs Team, Acquisition Support Program (ASP), Software
Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
17.)  Joint Battlespace Integration Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Crystal
City, Virginia
18.)  Tactical Network Systems Engineer, DCS Corporation, Arlington VA
19.)  Electrical Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren
Division, Dahlgren, VA
20.)  Mission Systems Lead Systems Architect, Wyle Laboratories,
Arlington, VA

***  And more.

***  Looking for a job?  Feel free to present your self with a “Seeking
Employment” posting.  If you want to pitch yourself before hiring
managers in the defense industry, send me (lundquist989@cs.com) your
pitch and I'll post, one at a time (so there might be a queue) and
always first.  Please indicate your Seeking Employment Pitch is intended
for the DEFCON 1 newsletter.

***  DEFCON – 1 Safety Violation of the week:

You can hold anything with duct tape.for a while:
http://www.safetycenter.navy.mil/photo/archive/archive_151-200/photo172.htm

***  From Rick Strutner, who got it from Gene Krier:

Naval Academy Test Question
One last class before graduation at the Naval Academy and the Instructor
gave out one final assignment.

“Given one metal pole, two bags of cement, a selection of shovels, a
wheel barrow, and any other tools you find necessary, AND One Chief, one
Petty Officer and a selection of Seamen, DESCRIBE The process you will
take to erect the pole so that a flag hung from it can be seen from XX
number of feet away.  You have two hours.  Begin.”

The near-Ensigns began to write with concentration.  At the end of two
hours, the Instructor called time and collected the papers.  Quickly
paging through them, he announced the grades

“Ladies and Gentlemen, there are some thorough and detailed responses
here, but only one “A”.  I would like to read it to you.

In order to erect the flag pole, I would do the following: Say “Chief,
put up the flagpole.”
***  From Rodger Dana:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/bloomberg/20070323/pl_bloomberg/ako7y_orw538

***  Here are the jobs for this week:

1.)  SENIOR AIR MONITORING TECHNICIAN, Newport Chemical Agent Air
Monitoring & Process Analysis Laboratory, Alion Science and Technology,
Newport, Indiana

Qualifications 
 Education:  Requires a high school diploma or equivalent.  One year of
chemical, environmental monitoring or laboratory experience preferred. 
Requirements:  Knowledge of air sampling and analysis preferred but not
required;  knowledge of computer applications; communication skills. 
Physical: .PPE Use:  Occasionally up to level B.  Lifting/Carrying: 
Occasionally, up to 50 lbs. Climbing:  Occasionally.   Bending/Kneeling:
 Frequent.  Sitting: Frequent.  Walking/Standing:  Frequently.  
Hearing:  Able to hear audible alarms. Vision:  Able to see/read/
understand warning lights/signs.  Able to identify colors.  Other:
Requires a favorable National Agency Check and enrollment in the
Chemical Personnel Reliability Program. 
 Responsibilities 
 Conduct air monitoring field sampling and field and laboratory analyses
for lethal chemical agents; operate air monitoring equipment for
analysis of effluent gases; manage solid sorbent sampling tubes;
calibrate automated air sampling and gas chromatographs; perform field
checks and routine maintenance on field air monitoring instruments;
perform duties of Air Monitoring and Emergency Response Teams, including
use of personal protective equipment, determination of cause of alarm,
and acquisition of solid sorbent sampling tubes for laboratory analysis;
work with samples containing hazardous materials; maintain air
monitoring stations; change compressed gas cylinders and dry desiccant
tubes; operate PC software; enter toxic areas wearing appropriate level
of personal protective equipment.
1. Perform daily DAAMS tube exchanges at the DAAMS stations.
2. Conduct LSS DAAMs monitoring on a daily basis.
3. Challenge MINICAMS assigned to each person on a shift basis.
4. Respond to alarms in the appropriate level of dress.
5. Support and participate on a Hazardous Materials Response Team in the
event of an exercise, contingency or an unusual occurrence.
6. Maintain accurate log books, data sheets and other historical data
relating to the monitoring system.
7. Perform sample line testing.
8. Conduct field acceptance testing of monitoring equipment.
9. Conduct DAAMS monitoring at the Depot perimeter.  This activity will
require monitoring of the wind direction by use of an electronic
program, and reposition the station appropriately based on the new
information.
10. Support the Operations Department and staff with monitoring needs. https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=6419&SiteId=1

(Note:  If you wish to submit your resume for this position, please
follow the instruction to apply online, but also send your resume to Ned
at
elundquist@alionscience.com, and I will also upload it into the
system as a “refer a friend” submission for you.)

2.)  Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist,  Army Installation
Management Agency, Ft Riley & Manhattan, KS

Vacancy Ann.#:  SWEM07687772D
Who May Apply:  Public
Pay Plan:  GS-1035-12/12
Appointment Term:  Permanent
Job Status:  Full-Time
Opening Date:  3/8/2007
Salary:  From 63,417.00 to 82,446.00 USD per year
http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=54635386

***  From Sonja Johnson:

3.)  Marketing Intern, SAIC,  McLean, VAhttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=23347266

4.)  PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent
Rover, MD

No Limits. No Bounds. Discover a civilian career with the U. S.
Department of the Navy that is filled with possibilities and be a part
of something that makes a difference for you, the country, and the
world. We encourage you to apply online…It's easy, fast and
convenient! Review the announcement carefully for detailed information
and begin to manage your future today!
Works with SYSCOM public affairs personnel to investigate communication
requirements associated with the implementation of a major financial and
management system; meets with SYSCOM site personnel to differentiate
among the separate sites the communication requirements that may differ
from site to site reflecting the specific needs and organizational
culture of each site.  Creates, organizes, and executes communication
activities, events, products, services, and information sources in
support of specific communication needs discovered during the research. 
Takes care that the implementation communication products developed for
individual commands and their sites are appropriately aligned with
overall Navy, Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems
(PEO-EIS) and Navy ERP goals and objectives, and assists SYSCOM
communication professionals with alignment of their products and
messages, to assure continuing alignment of all echelons implementing
the Navy ERP solution. Adapt communication activities and products
generated to reflect the changing nature of those requirements as
perceived concern is elevated. 

Vacancy Ann.#:  NE7-1035-14-K7617701-I
Who May Apply:  Public
Pay Plan:  GS-1035-14/14
Appointment Term:  Permanent
Job Status:  Full-Time
Closes 3/29/2007
Salary:  From 93,822.00 to 121,967.00 USD per year
http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=55078731

5.)  Systems Administrator, Joint Warfighting Center, Capstone
Corporation,
Suffolk, VA

Responsibilities:
Take technical direction from the Senior System Administrator for
overall work assignments.
Will work independently or with other administrators to build operating
systems and applications servers and workstations to support the Joint
Warfighting Center (JWFC) modeling and simulation (M&S) systems used to
conduct joint training at the operational level of war. I
nstall patches and upgrades of operating systems, installing
applications, and providing solutions to operational problems.
Builds, operates and manages mail, web and data file servers used during
training exercises and events at JWFC.
May be required to write procedures and programs to automate repetitive
processes.
Needs to be capable of compiling and installing applications required by
the customer.
Requirements:
Must have a CS, MIS or similar degree or 3 to 5 years of systems
administration experience on a least two of the following computer
operating systems:
Linux, (RedHat Enterprise, SUSE, or Fedora), Windows, Solaris, UNIX, or
HP-UX.
2 years experience with Samba, NIS, DNS, network file systems, web and
mail servers.
Experience with the creation and maintenance of user accounts to include
the limitation of capability and access.
Experience with network security to include firewalls and virus
protection software
Must have experience with resolution of problems related to hardware and
software, both application and operating systems.
Final Secret Clearance Required.
Experience with installation and management of Oracle, modeling and
simulations systems used by US military, networks to include 10/100/1000
ethernet, IP addressing schemes, and VLANs, and DISA Gold Disk desired.
http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J408318PB-l-Suffolk-VA-c-Technology

6.)  Joint Battlespace Integration Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Crystal
City, Virginiahttp://www.latpro.com/jobs/1293673.html

Full-time, tenure track faculty position, International Maritime
Business Department, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Buzzards bay, MA

Reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and to the Chair of
the International Maritime Business Department
Supervision exercised: Supervises subordinate professional, classified,
and student personnel in areas of responsibility
General responsibilities:
. Teaching courses in a variety of business disciplines
. Advising college level students
. May have the opportunity to direct the newly established IMB Center on
campus
. Successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop a proposed
graduate program in IMB
. Participation in annual Sea Term program may be offered
Qualifications and requirements:
. Superior teaching and communication skills
. Candidates with industry experience and an MBA will be considered at
the Instructor level
. Candidates with earned doctorates will be considered for Assistant or
Associate faculty level appointments depending upon depth of industry
experience and teaching at the post-secondary level
. Demonstrated potential to fulfill the applicable evaluation criteria
of teaching and advising
Preferred Qualifications:
. Ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in a business-related area and a
desire to add to the forefront of knowledge in the maritime business
field
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Interested candidates should submit an MMA application available on the
MMA website www.maritime.edu under the following link: www.maritime.edu/pdf/MMAApplication.pdf, a cover letter, and a resume
listing the contact information of five professional references.
Candidates selected for interviews should be prepared to deliver a
fifteen minute presentation on a relevant topic. Application materials
may be sent to Human Resources Dept. Attn: Anne W. Folino, Esq., 101
Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 or to:
afolino@maritime.edu.
Finalist must complete a drug screening and background check. Position
will remain open until filled. MMA is an AA/EEO employer. Members of
underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.http://www.maritime.edu/hr/FacultyIMB07.pdf

7.)  Simulator Instructor – T-38C Contract, URS Corporation, Laughlin
AFB, TXhttps://www.urs.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=14762&CurrentPage=204

8.)  Navigation Seamanship Shiphandling, Titan Corporation, Mayport, FLhttp://www.titan.com/careers/list.html?req=16271&callid=2

9.)  Tactical Network Systems Engineer, DCS Corporation, Arlington VA http://www.dcscorp.com/careers/jobdetail.aspx?id=1573

10.)  Integrated Network Shipboard System (ISNS) Subject Matter
Expert/Instructor, ManTech, San Diego, CAhttp://www.mantech.com/careers/careers_redirect.asp?r=14555BR&codes=DEjn

11.)  Customer Training Specialist lvl 3 (Pilot Instructor), The Boeing
Company, Charleston AFB, SC

Instruct and assess the performance of students in C-17 flight
simulators, classroom, learning center, and other aircrew training
device environments. Maintain a high level of proficiency in
instructional methods, aircrew training device, and aircraft system
operations applicable to crew position through self-study and
simulator/aircraft training scenarios. Perform subject matter expert
(SME) duties to ensure courseware materials are current. Develops
updates to high performance aircrew training courses and materials to
satisfy requirements. Teaches developed courses using a variety of media
and training devices. Assesses participant learning and adjusts
presentation to ensure successful understanding by all students. Works
with general direction. Understands the basic concepts military manuals,
standards, curriculum, schedules, engineering data and related
documentation. Coordinates with teammates to develop appropriate
solution. Implements documented changes as directed. Applies processes,
quality assurance and standards to courseware development. Interacts and
collaborates with internal/external team members. Pursues continuous
process improvements. Develops high performance combat
aircraft/rotorcraft specific training materials. Develops solutions, in
collaboration with team members and in accordance with established
procedure and policies/guidelines. Performs analysis required to ensure
products incorporate latest aircraft/machine technology interfaces.
Conducts training classes for students and customers using established
courseware materials for high performance combat trainees.  
Competencies   Five years of flying experience as a pilot on a U.S. Air
Force multi-engine aircraft and at least two years of pilot instruction
experience on a U.S. Air Force aircraft. Academic instructor experience
along with experience as a pilot in AMC, airdrop, air refueling, and
special operations highly desirable. Understands changes in own and
others' work and situations; may be asked to explain the logic or basis
for change to less experienced employees; actively seeks information
about changes affecting own and fellow employees' jobs. Treats changes
and new situations as opportunities for learning or growth; focuses on
the beneficial aspects of change; speaks positively about the change to
fellow interorganizational employees and occasionally to external
customers. Quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with changes in
the work environment; readily tries new approaches appropriate for new
or changed situations; does not persist with ineffective behaviors.
Complete knowledge of aviation and/or weapons systems including theory
of operation and troubleshooting. Complete instructional skills (e.g.
preparation, delivery, summary, assess student progress, remediation,
motivation, engagement, etc.). Makes customers and their needs a primary
focus of one's actions; develops and sustains productive customer
relationships; uses information to understand customers' circumstances,
problems, expectations, and needs. Clarifies expected behaviors,
knowledge, and level of proficiency by seeking and giving information
and checking for understanding. Clarifies purpose and importance;
stresses major points; follows a logical sequence. .  
Education   Bachelor's and 6 to 9 years' related work experience, a
Master's degree and 4 to 7 years' related work experience or an
equivalent combination of education and experience.  https://jobs.boeing.com/JobSeeker/JobView?reqcode=07-1005156

12.)  QMS OBC Instructor, CACI, Fort Lee, VAhttps://caci.recruitmax.com/ENG/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=12731

13.)  Instructor Trainer (SG-20) General Dynamics, Fort Lewis, WAhttps://webex.gdc4s.com/corpjobposting/jobs/JobDetails.cfm?ID=186477

14.)  Technology Analyst, Computer Sciences Corporation, Arlington, VAhttp://jobs.boston.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=1518179

15.)  Test Program / Set Development Engineer, DRS Test & Energy
Management, DRS Technologies, Huntsville, ALhttp://msn.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?pg=2&CiBookMark=2&dv=dv&sfascc=&IPath=CJR&sname=&Comp_DID=C7X37869VP46DC289RP&jrdid=&lpage=5&job_did=J8F60J645P3HNKX3P0P

16.)  Navy Programs Team, Acquisition Support Program (ASP), Software
Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

The candidate will be a member of the Navy Programs Team and will
support the Acquisition Support Program (ASP) strategy to understand DoD
acquisition needs, apply new technologies, and establish delivery
capabilities to meet the needs of the sponsoring organization and the
acquisition community. The candidate will coordinate closely with
technical staff in ASP and other SEI programs to deliver
software-intensive systems acquisition expertise that supports the use
of software engineering technologies for maximum impact on the
acquisition community.

The candidate will be the technical lead for the Navy Open Architecture
effort within ASP. The technical lead acts as the delivery team lead for
the engagement and is responsible for:

working with the ASP Navy chief engineer to build and maintain a
delivery team and team charter
establishing and maintaining the project scope
establishing and maintaining a project budget
establishing and maintaining a delivery schedule
providing regular status updates to the Navy chief engineer and the ASP
director

At a minimum, the technical lead shall provide monthly reports on
project status (e.g. budget variance, schedule variance, performance
against scope, etc.), disseminate information and “lessons learned”
within ASP, the SEI, and the acquisition community at large, and
facilitate the team's capability to work fluidly and comfortably with as
few barriers as possible.

This position requires on-site support, approximately two days a week,
at the Naval Systems Engineering Activity (NAVSEA) PEO IWS 7 located in
the Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing
strategies for understanding the needs of government acquisition program
offices and will work with other SEI technical staff or members of the
Software Collaborators Network to address those needs. The candidate
should have knowledge and a proven track record in the development and
acquisition of software-intensive systems. Detailed knowledge in at
least one core competency of risk management, architecture, process
improvement, survivability, or component-based design is required. The
candidate will be expected to capture knowledge gained from
participation in direct acquisition support activities, including
existing practice, trials, and pilot efforts for the good of the greater
acquisition community.

The candidate will be able to lead and participate in multi-discipline
teams to identify and solve software acquisition problems using problem
solving research, instrumentation and measurement efforts, and knowledge
transfer activities such as: independent technical assessments, pilots,
direct support, reflective practice, action research, empirical research
including case studies, workshops, the preparation of lessons learned,
presentations, guides, reports, and articles.

Qualifications:
Education/Training: BS degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science,
Information Systems, or Engineering or equivalent combination of
training and experience.

Experience: the candidate must have ten years experience in the
development and acquisition of software-intensive systems. The candidate
must have a working knowledge of the DoD acquisition process and
experience working with DoD acquisition programs. The candidate must
have an in-depth knowledge of software and systems engineering.

The candidate must be familiar with the work of the SEI Programs, and
must have experience dealing with collaborators and customers on
technical projects. The candidate should be able to operate effectively
with all organizations within the software and acquisition communities,
and to interact diplomatically with partners, customers and sponsors.

The candidate must have experience in one or more of the following
areas: risk management, process improvement, software or systems
architecture, survivable systems development, or component-based system
development.

Skills/Abilities: in addition to skill in the areas of software and
systems engineering and acquisition, the candidate must also be able to
lead and serve as a member of cross-functional teams; must be able to
design, develop, and implement a vision, strategies, and plans to
deliver support to acquisition programs and to capture learning from the
engagement; must be able to transfer and disseminate this knowledge;
must be able to collaborate and interact with community members to
support wide dissemination of knowledge.

Mobility: will be required to travel on overnight assignments.

Environmental: usual office setting with extended computer use.

Other: The successful candidate must be able to pass a background
investigation, be a U.S. citizen, and be eligible for a security
clearance.

Essential Functions:

Serve in an advisory capacity to other SEI technical programs on
acquisition issues.

Participate as a member or leader of technical teams in support of
government acquisition program offices.

Participate as a member or leader of technical teams to develop and
implement strategies for knowledge transfer, and for the capture and
application of learning for the Acquisition Support Program and the SEI,
partner organizations, and the acquisition community through
dissemination of research results, case studies, lessons learned,
guides, reports, articles, workshops, and courses; design and facilitate
community-based efforts to share knowledge (e.g., knowledge networks,
and communities of practice).

Other duties as assigned by the Acquisition Program director.

Please visit the Careers@CarnegieMellon Web site. Careers@CarnegieMellon
makes it easy for you to search for positions at the SEI that match your
interests, apply for positions electronically, and create a Job Agent
that will notify you by email when jobs that meet your criteria become
available.http://www.sei.cmu.edu/about/employment/1906.html

17.)  Joint Battlespace Integration Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Crystal
City,
Virginiahttp://www.latpro.com/jobs/1293673.html

18.)  Tactical Network Systems Engineer, DCS Corporation, Arlington VA http://www.dcscorp.com/careers/jobdetail.aspx?id=1573

19.)  Electrical Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren
Division, Dahlgren, VAhttp://www.nswc.navy.mil/wwwDL/XD/RECRUIT/pr01207.doc

20.)  Mission Systems Lead Systems Architect, Wyle Laboratories,
Arlington, VA http://www.wylelabs.com/careers/co/ag/arlington/mslsa.html

***  The 2007 NAVSEA WARFARE CENTERS – DAHLGREN DIVISION (NSWCDD)
Technical Job Fair is scheduled for April 21, 2007 at the Holiday Inn
Select (Central Park) in Fredericksburg, VA! Many technical and human
resources representatives will be there to answer your questions. Visit
our technical exhibits! On-the-spot interviews!

Be sure to bring an adequate number of copies of your resume AND
transcripts (unofficial is OK). All applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
For more information on this unique and exciting opportunity for you at
NSWCDD, please visit http://www.nswc.navy.mil/wwwDL/XD/RECRUIT/jobfair-apr07.pdf.

***  Maritimejobs.com is the world's leading Maritime recruiting venue,
both electronically and in print.
This month brings an unprecedented opportunity to maximize your
exposure, as the April editions of both Maritime Reporter & Engineering
News and Marine Technology Reporter are the “OFFSHORE ANNUALS”, with
bonus distribution at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC '07) in
Houston.
For information on all of your recruiting needs please contact
Dawn Trauthwein dtrauthwein@marinelink.com
631-868-3575

***  USNI Annual Meeting April 19

The 133rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Naval Institute will be held 19
April at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C. All USNI members are
encouraged to attend this annual business meeting.

USNI 133rd Annual Meeting: http://www.usni.org/seminars/annualmeeting/annualmeeting.htm
To register, call (800) 233-8764 or register online: http://www.usni.org/seminars/annualmeeting/registration.htm

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***  Ball cap of the week:  ShipServ

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