Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 25 July 2007


Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 25 July 2007

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“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.”

– Soren Kierkegaard

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:

1.) Manager Program, Alion Science and Technology, Charleston, SC

2.) Navy Facility Policy Analyst/Writer, Serco, Washington, DC

3.) Finance Manager, PAE a Lockheed Martin Company, Arlington, VA

4.) Communications Manager, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Myer, Virginia

5.) Senior DoD Communications Strategist, JANSON Communications, Manassas, VA

6.) Spectral Analyst, Ball Aerospace and Technologies, Charlottesville, VA

7.) Field Engineer, CSC, Capodichino-Napoli, Italy

8.) Configuration Management Project Lead, Eagle Ray, Pentagon, Arlington, VA

9.) Geo-Spatial Analyst Engineer – Geospatial Processing, Harris, Melbourne, FL

10.) Senior Program Officer, Space Studies Board (SSB), National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC

11.) Senior Design Engineer, Actel, Mountain View, CA

12.) Principal Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Norfolk, VA

13.) Airborne ISR Asset Manager, C2 Operations Division, SAIC, Norfolk, VA

14.) Senior Weapons Systems Analyst, TEK Systems, White Sands, NM

15.) Senior Acquisition Logistician, LOGTEC, Huntsville, Alabama

16.) Controller, ANALEX, Fairfax, VQA

17.) Engineering/Systems Engineering/Weapon Integration, Ausley Associates,

Lexington Park, Md.

18.) Senior Contract Administrator, Northrop Grumman, McLean, VA

19.) Web Communications Developer, Bowhead Support Services, Alexandria, VA

20.) Mechanical Assembler Aviation, ARMOR HOLDINGS, Phoenix, AZ

21.) Production Assistant, ARMOR HOLDINGS, Pompano Beach, FL

22.) COUNTER-TERRORISM ANALYST (TS/SCI Clearance), Celerity IT, Crystal City, VA

23.) UNIX Systems Administrator w/an Active TS/SCI Clearance, NJVC, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC

24.) DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION PROJECT MANAGER, Alion Science and Technology, Fairborn, Ohio

*** 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.

*** When disaster strikes:

I was picking up Laura’s car from the service department at Springfield Toyota where it received a 65,000 -mile check up when I notice something on the TV in the waiting room. Wolf Blitzer, my friend, is introducing a story about the Battle Stations 21 trainer that I visited just a few weeks ago. Here’s the story, as sent to me by John Sheppard who accompanied me through the all-night training session. Some of the people in this story are the same people we watched and talked to.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2007/07/18/oppenheim.navy.disaster.ship.cnn

I should note that the true purpose of this facility is to provide a realistic “final exam” to test Recruits on everything they’ve learned during Boot camp, and emphasize how and why these procedures they’ve been taught are so important to save a ship or a shipmate. The real goal is to get these soon-to-be-Sailors to work and fight as a team.

*** Joe Quimby's “Been there, ate that”:

Ned,

As many of us who receive your newsletters have been to Olongapo, I want you to know that I am still smiling and laughing out loud about your note on “meat on a stick.”

Thanks,

Joe

(Joe is referring to the item in last week’s DEFCON 1, which you can read at www.nedsjotw.com.)

*** Charm:

Excellency,

I’m surprised that Olongapo didn’t make it in the revised list of the Seven Wonders of the World. During the Vietnam war years, it was the rough and tumble town just outside the U.S. Navy base and air station at Subic Bay in the Philippines. Except for the main street and its two Y-branch streets at the end, the whole town was off limits to servicemen. Monkey meat on a stick was served all along the main street, and it was just what you needed for a quick snack after an evening of San Miguel beer. In front of the International Club, one of the town’s few air conditioned nightclubs, was a landscaped cement pond containing a three-foot alligator (or crocodile?). Little kids nearby would sell ducklings that sailors would toss into the pond, and bet on which one would be eaten last. Outside of every bar was a security guard with a sub-machinegun.

The only time I really feared for my life in the Navy was when I was assigned to Beat 3 Shore Patrol duty in Olongapo, the area beyond the left Y of the main street. That was the roughest part of town, and no place for a skinny, 17-year-old white kid (armed only with a night stick) to break up fights between drunk sailors and Marines.

After the Vietnam war, the U.S. turned the base over to the Philippine government and it is now a large container port and tourist destination. And, sadly, Olongapo has reportedly lost all of its former charm. Can anyone verify this?

All the best,

Bill Ainsworth

Houston, Tx

(Bill, I’ll send you a slide show with Subic as it appears today.)

Thanks for sending the pictures. I'm sorry to see that Olongapo has lost all of its Vietnam-era ambiance. When did they pave the streets? Well, there goes the neighborhood.

*** Send an announcement to the 500-plus defense industry professionals on this list for just $200. Contact Ned at lundquist989@cs.com.

*** From Rick Strutner, who got them from Jerry Stoll:

XO to Weapons Officer: “I'm busy. I don't have time to chew your ass right now. Leave it in my in-box and I'll get to it later.”

XO during an 'all officers' meeting: “Stop making me lie on your Fitness Reports! I want to know that I'm telling the truth when I put down on your evaluation that you're the greatest f***ing naval officer since Halsey!”

CO to XO aboard an east coast ship, when asked if they could have 'Aloha Fridays' (knock off work at noon on Friday): “Sure XO, no problem. When it's noon in Hawaii, then you can leave.”

*** The rest of the story:

Ned,

Thought you might like to read the full story of the flyby letters you included in this last week’s issue..

http://www.snopes.com/politics/military/wakeup.asp

Cheers,

John

*** Here are the jobs for this week:

1.) Manager Program, Alion Science and Technology, Charleston, SC

The candidate shall have a Bachelor¿s degree in Business, Engineering, or Management and a minimum of ten (10) years managing engineering functions that require technical judgment of an advanced nature.

In lieu of a Bachelor of Science degree, the designee(s) shall be a graduate of a military Class A electronics school, a two year civilian technical electronics curriculum, or a four year trade apprenticeship training program, and have, as a minimum, sixteen (16) years of experience in areas of task and contract management and technical management in areas such as hardware testing, EMI/EMC maintainability investigations, systems engineering, preparing technical reports, and performing RF field measurements. At least six (6) years of the experience must be directly related to naval shore/shipboard/airborne communications, radar, weapons, or navigation systems. A knowledge of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic interference (EMI) principles, methods, and techniques, is required. clearance.

As manager of the Contractor¿s operations, the incumbent plans, organizes, coordinates and administers the work tasks as set forth in individual task orders and also ensure that necessary reports are prepared and submitted as required. The Program Manager will serve as the Contractor¿s liaison representative with SPAWARSYSCEN-CHSN. A sound theoretical and practical knowledge of general management principles and personnel management is essential. The manager should also be thoroughly familiar with the Navy Directives System and possess the ability to supervise the preparation and submission of forms and reports required by applicable directives. A minimum of five years of total experience must have been as a successful manager of a team of skilled professionals, technical, and support personnel. Must have demonstrated ability to interface effectively with customers and to deliver quality products and program/project conclusions on time and within budget. An advanced degree in management, or a related field, is desirable. The candidate shall also have, or be capable of obtaining, a clearance.

https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1

(Note: If you wish to submit your resume for this position with Alion Science and Technology, 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.) Navy Facility Policy Analyst/Writer, Serco, Washington, DC

http://www.gojobs.com/seeker/jobdetail.aspjobnum=3114070&CID=41120&BID=29683

3.) Finance Manager, PAE a Lockheed Martin Company, Arlington, VA

http://www.gojobs.com/seeker/jobdetail.aspJobnum=3114061&CID=65266&BID=55297

*** From Carole Chandler:

Ned,

I have attached a position description for a Communications Manager with USO Metro at Fort Myer.

Thank you for including this on your website.

Carole Chandler

Human Capital Advisors

4.) Communications Manager, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Myer, Virginia

USO is a voluntary, civilian, nonprofit organization serving the human needs of military personnel and their families worldwide. Since 1941 the USO has fostered understanding and interaction between the military and civilian communities. The core of the USO today is a human services program offered through Airport Centers, Fleet Centers, Family and Community Centers, Orientation and Intercultural Programs, and Celebrity Entertainment.

USO-Metro is the largest affiliate of the World USO Organization’s 160 locations and one of the most sophisticated and successful. Administratively based at Fort Myer, USO Metro operates four Airport Assistance Centers, five Family Support Centers, and one Joint Services Center. USO Metro also provides a wide range of services including local special events, food assistance, holiday programs, hospital visits, information programs, job fairs, orientation programs, child safety programs, an entertainment ticket-line, and administers the worldwide USO program called Operation USO Care Package.

The Communications Manager reports to the Vice President – Communications & Development (VPCD) USO Metro.

Overall Responsibilities:

Develops and implements consistent communications and marketing strategies that strengthen the USO brand and generate high visibility for the USO of Metropolitan Washington and its mission. Serves as a liaison with a number of pro bono PR and marketing agencies.

Develops and implements effective internal communications strategies and vehicles for the staff and volunteers of the organization to promote open communication, learning and collaboration.

Works with the VPCD on concept development, and execution of community relations, media relations and special events activities support.

Further develops and innovates the organizational presence on the world wide web, serving as the key staff member responsible for keeping the website current.

Provides concept and story development, writing, editing and production supervision of organizational collaterals, including annual report, print and electronic newsletters, website content, press releases, presentations, briefs, direct marketing and fund development materials, talking points and speeches for organizational personnel.

Serves as a spokesperson for the organization.

Principal Accountabilities:

 Works with the President and VPCD to develop and implement short-term and long-term communication and marketing strategies that compliment the organizations strategic plan.

 Oversees the development of organizational print materials including the newsletter, the annual USO Guide to Washington, fact sheets, annual report, marketing pieces, website, programs and brochures.

 Manages and analyzes the effectiveness of organizational materials, including print, web and e-communications, to ensure consistency in overall image of organization.

 Coordinates and implements media relations activities including developing story ideas, press conferences, creating and submitting calendar announcements, press advisories and releases for publication. Responds to press inquiries, and maintains relationships with media representatives.

 Promotes the USO with other social service organizations, community organizations and PAO’s at all local military commands.

 Improves and maintains the media database and organizational contacts list.

 Develops and maintains relationships with vendors, designers, media and others required to support communications projects and needs.

 Works with the Special Events Manager to develop pre and post event written materials needed for events, to include script writing, program design and correspondence copy.

 Works with VPCD to provide overall direction in organizational messaging and branding.

 Prepares and maintains the annual marketing plan to meet visibility of all organization programs, services and events.

 Maximizes use of pro bono PR and Marketing firms to stretch organizational resources and broaden the reach of USO-Metro messaging.

 Develops and implements the organizational presence on the worldwide web and serves as the key staff member responsible for keeping website current.

 Other duties as assigned.

Areas of Competency:

 Polished communication skills with ability to interact well with the public, board and staff.

 Proven written and oral communications skills with emphasis on creating and writing collateral material.

 Knowledge of Washington and Baltimore media as well as military publications.

 Highly organized, flexible and self motivated with the ability to manage multiple tasks and remain calm in hectic situations.

 Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.

Education/Experience:

 Bachelor’s degree with a background in journalism, public relations or related field that included significant writing for public consumption.

 Prefer three years work experience in a non-profit or military setting.

 Knowledge of desktop publishing required, Quark Xpress and InDesign preferred. Experience using DreamWeaver or comparable HTML editor.

 Strong interest and knowledge of the USO and its programs, services, and mission.

For confidential inquiries, please contact:

Carole Chandler

Human Capital Advisors LLC

carole@humancapitaladvisors.com

5.) Senior DoD Communications Strategist, JANSON Communications, Manassas, VA

We are searching for a senior-level communications strategist with active security clearances and extensive experience in strategic communications planning and Public Relations Management for large dynamic organizations. Candidates with a background in policy development and communications planning with an emphasis on marketing communications, change management and communication outreach and execution are strongly encouraged to apply. An ideal candidate would have extensive experience in supporting DoD organizations and/or while serving in the U.S. military and/or the federal government. Ten years minimum experience required with a successful track record of increased responsibility. An undergraduate degree in communications, journalism or similar disciplines is strongly preferred. A security clearance is required.

Contact: Janet Chihocky (janet@jansoncom.com)

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=60230941

6.) Spectral Analyst, Ball Aerospace and Technologies, Charlottesville, VA

http://jobsearch.military.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=56958237

7.) Field Engineer, CSC, Capodichino-Napoli, Italy

http://jobs.careerjournal.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?searchType=quick&kAndEntire=communications&country=United+States&jobId=3291049

8.) Configuration Management Project Lead, Eagle Ray, Pentagon, Arlington, VA

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=327460&fromSearch=3&sik=1185102665334

9.) Geo-Spatial Analyst Engineer – Geospatial Processing, Harris, Melbourne, FL

http://www.clearedconnections.com/jobseekerx/viewjobrss.asp?cjid=5973&accountno=1220

10.) Senior Program Officer, Space Studies Board (SSB), National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC

The National Academy of Sciences is a private, nonprofit institution created in 1863 by Congress. The institution has evolved into four distinguished organizations: National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. They bring together leaders from academe, industry, government and other sectors to provide cogent, unbiased advice to the government and citizens of the United States.

At The National Academies, we provide independent, objective advice to the Nation on issues involving science, technology and medicine. We don’t wear lab coats and there are no laboratories in our workplace. But we are scientists, engineers, doctors and lay people all working together for the good of our Nation.

Over 1,100 employees support the work of the National Academies with more than 4,800 distinguished leaders and 5,700 experts volunteering their time to serve on committees, plan and participate in seminars, review documents and assist the work of the National Academies. Members, volunteers and employees help to address a variety of the Nation's issues.

The Senior Program Officer for the Space Studies Board (SSB) will be responsible for developing and independently managing multiple highly complex programs/projects, and assisting the board director in planning and executing the operational aspects of the space studies board.

The Senior Program Officer will manage project activities involving committees composed of leading experts in a field. The senior program officer will communicate, coordinate, and provide support to committee members in all aspects of the committee’s work; identify and gather materials for committees; and facilitate the flow of information among committee members, consultants, relevant external agencies, and staff. The senior program officer will be responsible for financial management of projects, including oversight of budget, travel, and schedules. The senior program officer develops prospectuses and projects that have a high impact, and manages and mentors support staff. The senior program officer collaborates with experts and sponsors from federal, state, and local government agencies, foundations, schools, and other non-profit organizations.

The Senior Program Officer will also serve as associate director of the board and assist in developing program strategies, budgets, and staffing requirements for the board, and ensuring that the board’s projects/programs meet their stated objectives. The senior program officer /associate director directs the preparation of a variety of reports and reviews, including assessments of program performance and strategic outlook; provides oversight and support to program aspects such as the review process and contractual matters; identifies potential sponsors; writes prospectuses and proposals for new and continuing board funding; and negotiates funding with sponsors. The senior program officer/associate director serves as a liaison between the ssb and internal nrc units and between committee members and the national academies and all other parties. The senior program officer/associate director represents the director of the ssb within and outside the national academies. The senior program officer/associate director interprets and ensures consistent application of organizational policies.

Additional requirements include: Ability to independently develop and manage multiple/complex projects. Ability to train and develop staff. Experience working in complex environments with a high degree of organizational effectiveness. Ability to develop positive relationships with co-workers and employees in other National Academies’ departments and committee/panel members and sponsors through effective communication. Excellent written and oral skills with a proven ability to effectively interact with all levels of employees.

Master's degree in a related field or equivalent knowledge with 6 years of related professional experience, 2 of which were in a supervisory capacity. Demonstrated impact on the advancement of space-related science, space policy, or aerospace engineering through the successful completion of multiple and complex National Academies’ activities or equivalent outside activities. Advanced knowledge of the scientific, technical, or policy issues in a space-related field. Ability to work as a member of a team, and to lead teams. Ability to solve problems using originality and ingenuity. Ability to serve as a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues. Ability to operate using substantial lat

http://www.aeroindustryjobs.com/aero_visitor_ViewJobDetail.aspx?job_number=4614

11.) Senior Design Engineer, Actel, Mountain View, CA

http://www.cytiva.com/act/Detail_act.asp?act1105

12.) Principal Systems Engineer, Raytheon, Norfolk, VA

http://regionalhelpwanted.com/Search/details_nav.cfm?SN=61&Id=6579627

13.) Airborne ISR Asset Manager, C2 Operations Division, SAIC, Norfolk, VA

http://regionalhelpwanted.com/Search/details_nav.cfm?SN=61&Id=6579633

14.) Senior Weapons Systems Analyst, TEK Systems, White Sands, NM

http://information-technology.thingamajob.com/jobs/New-Mexico/Senior-Weapons-Systems-Analyst/1269393

15.) Senior Acquisition Logistician, LOGTEC, Huntsville, Alabama

http://www.logtec.com/career/viewjobs.php?state=hot

16.) Controller, ANALEX, Fairfax, VQA

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&jobid=202861&company_id=15649&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=965318&startflag=1&CFID=3895926&CFTOKEN=47256031

17.) Engineering/Systems Engineering/Weapon Integration, Ausley Associates, Lexington Park, Md.

http://ausley.biz/career_job_fam(1).htm

18.) Senior Contract Administrator, Northrop Grumman, McLean, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=60354777

19.) Web Communications Developer, Bowhead Support Services, Alexandria, VA

Under the direction of the Supervisor, develops and maintains websites for both clients and company projects using strong writing, editing, design, and development skills. Proactively assesses web communication needs to define and execute the website communication plan that effectively communicates Bowhead’s value and resources to all audiences. Writes clearly and informatively for web-based and electronically-delivered communication vehicles such as e-blasts, partner links, and event registrations. Establishes and maintains consistent 'voice' in all electronic communications . Develops relationships with internal service departments and external vendors to ensure timely coordination of web projects. Works closely with clients to ensure accurate and timely completion of projects. Determines new web technologies to utilize, such as browsers, languages and plug-ins, based o­n company's needs. Gathers feedback from design and technical staff o­n website development needs. Assists in project planning and website design. Builds user interface applications using appropriate programming and scripting languages. Creates prototypes and functional specifications for Internet and web-based projects. Tracks and reports o­n web site/page statistics [such as how many times site is viewed].

Qualifications/Requirements:

5-7 years experience creating websites using ASP or PHP, HTML and stylesheets (CSS) to include developing web-enabled database applications. Bachelor’s Degree from accredited university, programming a plus. Demonstrated experience with database-website interactivity. Knowledge of video, animation, and web activities desirable. Experience with .ASP, XML, JAVA, HTML and Adobe Design suite. Superior written and verbal communications skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, and time management. Ability to work in fast-paced and collaborative environment plus juggle multiple projects. Minimal travel and/or evening/weekend hours required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, and PowerPoint

Please provide a resume and salary requirements via email to HR@bowheadsupport.com

To learn more about Bowhead and our other career opportunities, please visit our Web site at www.bowheadsupport.com.

Must be eligible to work in the United States.

Bowhead is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=60351318&aid=4724700-2477&WT.mc_n=MKT000125

20.) Mechanical Assembler Aviation, ARMOR HOLDINGS, Phoenix, AZ

http://adg.armorholdings.com/default.aspx?pid=20

21.) Production Assistant, ARMOR HOLDINGS, Pompano Beach, FL

http://adg.armorholdings.com/default.aspx?pid=20

22.) COUNTER-TERRORISM ANALYST (TS/SCI Clearance), Celerity IT, Crystal City, VA

http://jobsearch.legion.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=60295668

23.) UNIX Systems Administrator w/an Active TS/SCI Clearance, NJVC, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC

http://jobsearch.legion.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=60227437

24.) DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION PROJECT MANAGER, Alion Science and Technology, Fairborn, Ohio

https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1

(Note: If you wish to submit your resume for this position with Alion Science and Technology, 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.)

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*** Ball cap of the week: U. S. Naval Support Activity, Naples, Italy (Thanks to Jeff Gordon)

*** Coffee Mug of the Day: Navy Selection Boards

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