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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for July

15, 2009

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“Curiosity is only in vanity. Most frequently we wish not to know, but

to talk. We would not take a sea voyage for the sole pleasure of seeing

without hope of ever telling.”

– Blaise Pascal

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, maritime, marine technology and security industry.

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*** In this issue (This week's jobs are listed here, and then offered

with links or in more detail below):

1.) UXO Technician II, Alion Science and Technology, Fort Benning, GA

2.) Acquisition Support to PM-Clothing & Individual Equipment – (GSES

BL43087), L-3 Global Security and Engineering Solutions, Ft Belvoir, VA

4.) Field Service Lead Technician, DRS Technologies, Bath, ME

5.) Advanced Customer Service Representative (CSR), Capstone

Corporation, Houston, TX

6.) Senior Controls Engineer, Alion Science and Technology, Pittsburgh,

PA

7.) Subcontract Specialist, VSE Corporation, Barrigada, Guam

8.) Team Lead, Joint Training Counter-Improvised Explosive Device

(CIED) Operations Integration Center (JTCOIC), JTCOIC National Training

Center (NTC), BAE Systems, Fort Irwin, CA

9.) Electronic Warfare Instructor, SAIC, Fort Irwin, CA

10.) Web Developer, Alion Science and Technology, Arlington, VA

11.) Electronics Maint Tech III (Gantry Crane Operator), IAP Worldwide

Services, Jacksonville, FL

12.) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST (ENTARCH), Naval Intelligence

Command, Suitland, MD

13.) Public Affairs Specialist, Office of the Commander-in-Chief of the

U.S. Army Europe & Seventh Army, Ansbach, GE

14.) Engineering Technician IV, Stanley, North Charleston, SC

15.) Senior Database Architect, Amches, Inc., Columbia, MD

16.) Army Ground Vehicle Maintenance Monitor, QinetiQ North America,

Fort Drum NY

17.) Project Manager I, Fluor, Greenville, SC

18.) Embedded Firmware Engineer, Envieta, Columbia, Maryland

19.) U.S. Navy Strike/Fighter Mission Systems Engineer, J.F. Taylor,

Inc., Lexington Park, Maryland

20.) Systems Engineer TE3, Special Projects/Tactical Systems, Charles

Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc., Cambridge, Mass

21.) Tactical Training Instructor, STG, Inc., Dunn Loring, VA

22.) CONFIGURATION MGMT SPECIALIST III, General Atomics, San Diego, CA 23.) Geospatial Developer, COMSO, Inc., Greenbelt, MD

24.) Web Site Content Manager, DMA (Defense Media Activity),

Alexandria, VA

25.) Research & Engineering Positions, Evolution Robotics, Inc.,

Pasadena, California 26.) SUPERVISORY STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, US Army

Reserve Command, Whitehall, OH

27.) T-38 Aircraft Systems Engineer, Wyle Laboratories, Layton, UT

*** And more.

*** SNA's 19th Annual West Coast Symposium will be held on Thursday,

August 6 adjacent to Pier 2, Naval Base San Diego from 0700-1700.

This year's theme is “The Adaptive Surface Warrior – Responding to

Emerging Pacific Threats” and we have a great line-up of speakers. A

complete schedule of events is available online at

http://www.navysna.org/WCS2009/Index.htm.

With the exception of lunch, all events are free of charge. Lunch is

$5.00 for SNA members, $8.00 for non-members.

Registration can be completed online at www.navysna.org or at

https://www.navysna.org/WCS2009/09WCReg.asp.

Please register early to help enable proper planning for both the

luncheon and Join Up events.

*** Navy Memorial To Collect “Stories of Service”

Calling all Sea Service veterans! Be a part of history! Tell us your

story! “Stories of Service” (www.stories-of-service.org) preserves the

personal, first-person stories of veterans in the form of multimedia

Digital Stories. They provide volunteers with information on how to

conduct good interviews, create scripts and produce an edited,

short-form video. The Navy Memorial is partnering with Stories of

Service to interview Sea Service veterans this summer. Stories of

Service has trained our interns to produce these videos, which will be

posted on The Navy Log Community (www.navylogcommunity.org).

To have your Story preserved for history, call Taylor Kiland at (202)

380-0718 or tkiland@navymemorial.org. Interviews will be conducted on

Tuesdays and Thursdays , 12-2 p.m., in person at the Navy Memorial in

Washington, D.C. We do not currently have the resources to conduct

interviews in other locations. There is no charge for this service, but

donations are appreciated.

*** Read the weekly piracy report from the International Maritime

Bureau's Piracy Reporting Centre at the end of every issue of my Job of

the Week newsletter. Visit www.nedsjotw.com.

*** Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society:

Since 1904, the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society has provided financial,

educational, and other assistance to the active and retired communities

of the Naval Service. In 2008, the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

provided $42.7 million in emergency aid, and $37.6 million in interest

free loans. To learn more about the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

and the great work they do for our Sailors, Marines, and their families,

visit www.nmcrs.org.

Below you will find a link to the Navy-Marine Corps Society 2008 Annual

Report. In their efforts to save administrative expenses, the

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society has stopped printing and distributing

copies of its Annual Report. As a result of saving these printing costs,

more funds will be available to respond to the financial needs of our

Sailors and Marines. Please feel free to share this with others who may

benefit from this information.

http://www.nmcrs.org/annual.pdf

V/r,

FT

Frank Thorp IV

Rear Admiral, USN

Chief of Information

*** From Connie Mayse:

Hi, Ned. Loved that you used the Thoreau quote to distrust any endeavor

requiring new clothing! Thanks for what you do, and all you do. Cj

*** Old Navy ocean tugs never die, they end up in the Coast Guard, and

eventually become yachts.

Rodger Dana tells us that ex ATA 194 Bagaduce/CGC Modoc is based at Gig

Harbor, WA, near Tacoma.

http://ledgermarinecharters.com/pages/pdf_specsheets/modocnewr.pdf

*** Please join our friends at NHF for a day at the USS MONITOR center!

Please join our friends at the Naval Historical Foundation on Saturday

August 15th, for a special tour of the USS MONITOR Center at the

Mariners Museum in Newport News!

Please direct all questions and reservations to: Kirsten Arnold at

klarnold@navyhistory.org or 202-678-4333.

Details about the program:

COME JOIN US FOR A TOUR OF THE USS MONITOR CENTER AT THE MARINERS'

MUSEUM IN NEWPORT NEWS, AND A SPECIAL, BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT THE USS

MONITOR CONSERVATION AREA

Captain Andy Jampoler, USN (Ret.), author of “The Last Lincoln

Conspirator” and other books, will entertain bus riders with true

stories of maritime adventure!

Highlights of the day include EXCLUSIVE guided tours of the USS Monitor

Center and USS Monitor Conservation Area!

SPONSORED BY THE NAVAL HISTORICAL FOUNDATION SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2009

Bus leaves Washington Navy Yard at 8:00 a.m. (Guests meet at parking lot

in front of Navy Museum. The bus will leave the Mariners' Museum at

4:00p.m. for the return trip to Washington) Directions and access

information will follow.

Lunch will be provided at The Mariners' Museum, and snacks and drinks

will be provided on the return trip to the Washington Navy Yard.

If you want to attend the tour, but do not want to ride the bus, please

feel free to meet us at The Mariners' Museum at 11:00a.m.

**Members are allowed to bring one guest at membership price

Deadline for receipt of reservation and payment is Friday, August 7,

2009

If you have any questions please contact Kirsten Arnold at

klarnold@navyhistory.org or 202-678-4333

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Naval Historical

Foundation please visit our website at www.navyhistory.org!

*** Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:

1.) UXO Technician II, Alion Science and Technology, Fort Benning, GA

Job Ref. No. 10463

Responsibilities:

Performs reconnaissance and classification of UXO.

Identifies US and foreign guided missiles, bombs and bomb fuses, rockets

and rocket fuses, land mines and associated components, pyrotechnic

items, military explosives, and demolition materials.

Performs location of subsurface UXO using military and/or civilian

magnetometers.

Excavates, transports, and stores UXO and demolition materials.

Prepares electric and non-electric firing systems for an UXO disposal

operation.

Operates a personnel decontamination station.

Don and doff appropriate personal protective equipment in contaminated

areas.

Participates in the inspection of salvaged UXO-related material and

erection of UXO-related protective works.

Provides guidance and training to less-experienced technicians.

Qualifications

Typically requires 5 to 8 years of military EOD or contractor UXO

experience.

Must be a graduate of the US Army Bomb Disposal School or the US Naval

EOD School.

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: naval

architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems

engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology;

chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless

spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean,

Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer

sites and laboratories worldwide.

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=10463

2.) Acquisition Support to PM-Clothing & Individual Equipment – (GSES

BL43087), L-3 Global Security and Engineering Solutions, Ft Belvoir, VA

https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/L3/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&job_id=43087

4.) Field Service Lead Technician, DRS Technologies, Bath, ME

https://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/drs/JobDescription.asp?SiteID=10371&JobNumber=595370

5.) Advanced Customer Service Representative (CSR), Capstone

Corporation, Houston, TX

http://www.capstonecorp.com/

6.) Senior Controls Engineer, Alion Science and Technology, Pittsburgh,

PA

Job Ref. No. 10477

Responsibilities:

Senior Engineer position is available for applicants having knowledge

and experience in control systems design; development, maintenance, and

validation; PLCs, programming, HMI experience; knowledge of

instrumentation systems engineering, requirements development ,

prototyping and engineering from concept to final completion.

Experience with military specifications/navy systems/components; working

knowledge of modeling and simulation software programs such as SIMSMART,

MATLAB, PSpice and Rational ROSE; process/automation systems

(Wonderware; Labview), preferably in material handling and warehousing

software is a plus.

Senior-level position requires a BS in electrical engineering or related

discipline with 10+ years of experience.

Qualifications

Applies technical concepts, techniques, and procedures to assist a

project team in the development of technical products. Identifies and

documents project functional requirements. Defines and organizes a

proposed project into the tasks and activities needed to solve the

problems being addressed. Schedules work to meet completion dates and

technical specifications. Provides some technical guidance and oversight

to entry level technical staff.

Duties will include implementation of Best Industrial Practices, power

and control systems design; experience with military specifications/navy

system/components; and modeling and simulation software such as SKM

Power Tools (Dapper/Captor) and EDSA.

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: naval

architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems

engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology;

chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless

spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean,

Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer

sites and laboratories worldwide.

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=104677

7.) Subcontract Specialist, VSE Corporation, Barrigada, Guam

http://careers.vsecorp.com/Careers.aspx?adata=zqp8oEzzZOMcQ6uAWJGMvsDWiIEQlAR9rvMpY3KFHBFQd94RFtrP4Qc7s%2b4y1qxqygbTCTpVoO46BEWrW9%2fgYg%3d%3d

8.) Team Lead, Joint Training Counter-Improvised Explosive Device

(CIED) Operations Integration Center (JTCOIC), JTCOIC National Training

Center (NTC), BAE Systems, Fort Irwin, CA

http://www.applyhr.com/13637665

9.) Electronic Warfare Instructor, SAIC, Fort Irwin, CA

https://cp-its-rmprd.saic.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?/469FYN466WAW7UHWYXJZ8OW81IAGZEY90T46XEJ0X9XEXYTBRKBYVGFXWH14YQCO5BG8BFP5XBY7U6SN48DVZ17I3WI68K8SY8SU3QOSN71EZ165ILQQZN27U2X9B5B863I4U0BLO3Q6XSA5XY9NPDQR82G5QR82GTEFEVWG

10.) Web Developer, Alion Science and Technology, Arlington, VA

Job Ref. No. 10481

Responsibilities:

This position may include but is not limited to:

Interfaces directly with customers, users, graphic designers, and web

content specialists to ensure that needs are technically feasible and

meet customer strategy and goal.

Designs and develops user-interface features, site animation, and

special-effects elements; develops code using HTML, Visual Basic, JAVA

or other web-based programming languages.

Designs, builds, deploys, and maintains moderately complex web pages

using a variety of graphics software applications, techniques, and

tools.

Provides technical consultation, planning, and administration of the

software infrastructure and technical support for the implementation and

maintenance of company¿s web sites.

Provides technical site maintenance, consultation on issues related to

animation, search engine techniques, link integrity, navigation,

browsers, graphics, and other technical web developments.

Prepares technical documentation.

Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies.

This position requires a SECRET clearance

Qualifications

Bachelors degree or certification in the computer science, programming,

web development, application or related field; 2 years specialized

experience in web development or equivalent. DoD & DARPA Experience

(preferred).

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: naval

architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems

engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology;

chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless

spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean,

Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer

sites and laboratories worldwide.

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=104681

11.) Electronics Maint Tech III (Gantry Crane Operator), IAP Worldwide

Services, Jacksonville, FL

https://iapws.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=8563&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=

12.) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST (ENTARCH), Naval Intelligence

Command, Suitland, MD

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81830946

13.) Public Affairs Specialist, Office of the Commander-in-Chief of the

U.S. Army Europe & Seventh Army, Ansbach, GE

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81834430

14.) Engineering Technician IV, Stanley, North Charleston, SC

http://jobs-stanleyassociates.icims.com/jobs/8804/job

*** From Martha Lorenz:

15.) Senior Database Architect, Amches, Inc., Columbia, MD

Responsible for database and modeling design, development, and

implementation. Looking for candidate experienced applying full life

cycle Object Oriented techniques in complex software development

environment. Security clearance required.

Required:

. Senior level database architect experience with: relational database

design and data modeling; XSD methodologies; XML and relational

concepts; SQL

. Strong background in design, development, deployment and O&M of

multiple large Oracle (>10TB) databases

. Experience designing, developing and fielding databases in support of

PL-3 and COOP system requirements

. Experience with MetaMatrix server and modeler

. Knowledge of J2EE architecture and BEA Weblogic 8.1

. ClearCase experience

. Experience using UML, design tools (ERWIN), TOAD, MetaMatrix, ETI,

PL-SQL, XMLspy

. Development experience in Windows and UNIX environments

Desired:

. Intelligence domain experience with ELINT and COMINT

Contact: KAREERS Recruiting (kareersrecruiterklw@comcast.net) or

Ascension Recruiting & Consulting LLC (martha.lorenz@comcast.net).

16.) Army Ground Vehicle Maintenance Monitor, QinetiQ North America,

Fort Drum NY

http://www.qinetiq-nacareers.com/qinetiq/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*2D47F2990E189707

17.) Project Manager I, Fluor, Greenville, SC

Job Description: Assigned to small nonstand-alone capital improvement,

maintenance, or asbestos abatement project

Manages and executes assigned projects in accordance with the

requirements of the contract among the company, client, and company's

operating policies and principles

Executes the work in accordance with the quality standards and

requirements specified for the project

Manages and controls project cost and schedule

Participates in business development activities and promotes a

professional and business-like relationship with the client

Participates in the business development of subordinates

Other duties as assigned

Basic Job Requirements

. Degreed or equivalent project experience

. Typically has 7-12 years of progressive construction and technical

experience

Requisition Number 17117BR

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_searchresults.asp?type=mail&PartnerId=511&SiteId=231&Language=1&Function=mailtofriend&verityquery=%28+PartnerId%3D%27511%27+%29%3C%23AND%3E%28+SiteId%3D%27231%27+%29+%3C%23AND%3E%28+%3CANY%3E%28544981%29+%3CIN%3E+ReqId%29&SearchLanguageList=&view=View+jobs

18.) Embedded Firmware Engineer, Envieta, Columbia, Maryland

Currently we are seeking an embedded firmware engineer to contribute to

our product development efforts.

Specifically, we seek an embedded firmware engineer to:

Work with embedded development tools, including simulators and emulators

to correctly and efficiently implement processes and algorithms

Work with customers and other development engineers to design and

satisfy requirements

Participate in all phases of the product lifecycle development from

initial design to final product release

Required Education and Experience

Bachelor's degree in computer science or electrical engineering or

equivalent experience

Three years of directly related work experience

Not required, but strongly desired, is experience with reverse

engineering tools and techniques

Required Technical Skills

Architecture Experience – Working knowledge of microprocessor

architectures Real time operating system development is a plus.

Programming languages – C or C++ and assembly language.

Processors – familiarity or experience with a wide range of processors.

Typical platforms include 8051 variants, x86, PowerPC or ARM processors.

Interfaces – familiarity with typical computer interfaces including USB,

Firewire and Ethernet.

Communications – experience with packet based networking protocols

including TCP, UDP, DNS, etc.

Operating Systems – familiarity with Windows XP, Linux. Device driver

experience is a plus.

Development environment – x86 based cross compilers, open source

compilers, debuggers and simulators

Required Personal Skills

The ability to work both independently and within a team

Self-motivition and creativity

The ability to operate in a less structured, free-thinking environment

The desire to work hard and create some incredible technology

U.S. citizenship is required. A Dept of Defense security clearance is a

definite plus.

http://www.envieta.com/current_openings.html

19.) U.S. Navy Strike/Fighter Mission Systems Engineer, J.F. Taylor,

Inc., Lexington Park, Maryland

We have an immediate opening with the U.S. Navy for someone with

strike/fighter weapon/mission system software engineering experience.

Responsibilities: Engineering management support for fighter aircraft

weapons/mission systems integration requirements analysis, management

and implementation tracking. Manage incorporation of weapon system

requirements in a spiral software development environment. Manage

packaging of and matching of requirements to specific software build

cycles with consideration to commonality, flight testing, and mission

needs. Assess system design, functional allocations and implementation.

Manage maturation of requirements during software build cycles. Assist

in standing up central role for coordinating requirements across

multiple programs and offices. Coordinate, compile, and brief

accompanying fighter/weapon roadmaps. Moderate travel is required

(approx. 15%).

Qualifications: A BS in Engineering or other technically relevant field

is required. Systems engineering experience/follow-on education is

highly preferred. U.S. Navy fighter aircraft system experience is

preferred. Software acquisition and/or development experience is

required. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, have the ability to obtain a

Top Secret security clearance, and have a current SSBI background

investigation.

J.F. Taylor, Inc. is a high-technology company with employee skills

focused in electrical and mechanical engineering and related technical

and support disciplines.

(NHR-22)

If you are interested in being part of the J.F. Taylor Team, you can

apply for current positions listed below or future jobs that match your

qualifications by submitting your resume. Resumes may be mailed to J.F.

Taylor, Inc. Human Resources, 21610 South Essex Drive, Lexington Park,

Maryland, 20653; faxed to 301-862-4069; or e-mailed to resume@jfti.com.

http://www.jfti.com/3current_openings/current.htm

20.) Systems Engineer TE3, Special Projects/Tactical Systems, Charles

Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc., Cambridge, Mass

Responsibilities

Systems Engineer to participate in and coordinate the development of

design of complex systems for aerospace vehicles, guided munitions,

missile systems, or tracking/locating system applications for NASA or

DOD programs. Experience in development of system requirements,

concepts, technical approaches, trade-studies, detailed system designs

or system integration and test is essential. Responsibilities also

include proposal development, coordination of multi-disciplinary teams,

and interaction with a diverse customer base. Strong communication,

presentation, and interpersonal skills, and ability and flexibility to

move across diverse application domains are required.

Qualifications

BS degree (MS preferred) in an Engineering discipline or equivalent and

five or more years of relevant experience in developing complex systems.

Familiarity with GN&C, electronic packaging, algorithm and software

development, hardware-in-the-loop and system level test experience is

desirable, but not essential.

Applicants selected will be subject to a government security

investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to

classified information.

Job Opening ID: 2831

http://draper.com/careers/opportunities.html

21.) Tactical Training Instructor, STG, Inc., Dunn Loring, VA

Position Requirements

Plans organizes and manages basic and advanced tactical instruction and

other related anti-terrorism topics (i.e., room entry tactics vehicle

arid helicopter operations, land navigation, small unit tactics,

emergency rope operations, intermediate weapon certifications, defensive

tactics, tactical communication, map reading/land navigation, basic

rotary wing aircraft operations, urban warfare operations emergency

medical care basic and advanced marksmanship applications, computer

simulated rules of engagement training, live fire and simulated attack

scenarios basic and advanced anti-terrorism tactics, techniques, and

principals, etc.) for both domestic and high threat programs in all

environmental conditions (indoor and outdoor)

– Administer sponsored fitness programs in accordance with standards and

policies

– Provide approved emergency medical training support as needed

– Perform Training Safety Officer/role player controller support tasks

– Reviews established training objectives, lesson plans, training

materials, and instructional methods prior to the beginning of assigned

courses

– Complies with all accreditation standards

– Researches and reviews current intelligence related to the diplomatic

security mission and introduces applicable information

– Resolves problems that occur in the preparation for and during

training

– Evaluates training effectiveness to ensure that training objectives

have been met

– Reviews and analyzes trainee evaluations, feedback from instructors,

and personal observations

– Identifies need for revision to course content and materials or

instructional methods as necessary to improve the training curriculum

effectiveness and quality

– Evaluates the impact of planned or projected changes to security

programs and associated training requirements on the existing content,

materials and methods used for technical security training

– Recommends minor updates/revisions to courses or recommends the need

for a complete curriculum review

– Develops budget estimates for assigned courses

– Monitors the expenditure of funds to ensure optimum efficiency in the

use of assigned resources

– Participates in curriculum review conferences as a subject matter

expert in small unit tactics, physical fitness/wellness emergency

medical care room entry tactics, non-lethal force training, apprehension

and control techniques

– Assists instructors in other security related subjects

– Provides assistance in conducting practical exercises when needed

– Presents security awareness briefinggs to a wide range or audiences,

including senior officials

– Establishes and maintains liaison with a broad array of law

enforcement, security military, government and civilian organizations

interested in or affected by small unit tactics physical

fitness/wellness emergency medical Care, room entry tactics, non4ethal

force training apprehension and control techniques

– Keeps abreast of current security techniques, methods and procedures

in small unit tactics, physical fitness/wellness emergency medical care

room entry tactics, non-lethal force training apprehension, and control

techniques through attendance at training sessions,seminars,and

workshops

– Assists in scheduling and planning classes by developing and

maintaining close contact with program coordinators as well as with

other appropriate training entities

– Assigns instructors and role players as needed to assist in training

sessions

– Ensures training is consistent with current legal add liability

restrictions

– Provides security awareness briefings

– Submits training reports in a timely manner

– Serve as subject matter expert for the design of new training

– Tests/evaluates new training courses and instructional materials

– Accounts for equipment inventory and maintenance for assigned training

programs

– Performs scheduled vehicle maintenance and file vehicle reports

Qualifications

– Must be a US citizen and possess or be able to obtain/maintain a

SECRET clearance

– Must have attended a recognized instructor development training course

– At least two (2) years instructor experience

– Must have excellent people and organizational skills

– Occasional local travel (Washington DC area) may be required

– Maintains requisite levels of proficiency in all duty-related

techniques and procedures

– Expert knowledge of terrorist operations, surveillance detection,

motorcade operations

– Subject matter expertise in the development, and revision of training

curriculum

– Knowledge of current protective security methods to provide

instruction that is consistent with currently accepted methods and

practices

– Ability to immediately analyze, predict and preclude situations to

ensure training is conducted in a safe manner

– Ability to establish and maintain liaison with personnel at all levels

in order to plan and coordinate assigned responsibilities

– Skill in oral and written communications to present training to a

variety of audiences

– Knowledge of adult learning principles, course development, classroom

and practical instructional presentation methods, and methods for

evaluating training effectiveness

– Must be familiar with the functions, responsibilities, and duties of

Foreign Service personnel

– Comprehensive knowledge of advanced concepts, principles and practices

to provide basic and. advanced training m the application of protective

security methods

– Knowledge of security programs, operations, and techniques including

terrorism and anti-terrorism operations, use of force, civil liability,

and appropriate techniques, tactics and procedures

– Good familiarization in Improvised Explosive Device (IED)

– Good familiarization in emergency medical care Physical

Fitness/Wellness program training Defensive/Room Entry Tactics (Close

Quarters Battle CQI3) or firearms tactical applications

– Minimum of five (5) years of relevant hard skills tactics experience

– Expert knowledge of terrorist operations

– Ability to complete work requiring regular and recurring physical and

mental exertion, long periods of standing, and irregular hours

– Ability to work in unpleasant or adverse environmental conditions,

such as extreme hot and cold

– Ability to lift and carry equipment and materials (in excess of 75 lbs

) demonstrating physically challenging practical exercises

– Ability to work effectively in an environment that consists of

numerous personnel use of non-lethal projectiles (firearms), air assets

(helicopters), pyrotechnics, and fast moving vehicles

http://cr.stginc.com/careers/Careers.aspx?adata=Wu35tX29JCoXBpLOZiBeCzOWCSRK8PMvfsWKxBnIjqlbhNAAKZ53TggnLB3WSZdFTfrKwHXkBaDkv8EO%2fUAkg3kLIOvZuxHr

22.) CONFIGURATION MGMT SPECIALIST III, General Atomics, San Diego, CA http://search9.smartsearchonline.com/generalatomics/jobs/jobdetails.asp?current_page=1&city=&location=&job_type=&emp_status=&direct_jo_num=&country=&k1=&k2=&k3=&k4=&k5=&k6=&k7=&k8=&salary_min=&co_num=&apply=yes&job_number=7169

23.) Geospatial Developer, COMSO, Inc., Greenbelt, MD

http://www.comso.com/CurrentOpenings/CurrentOpenings.aspx

24.) Web Site Content Manager, DMA (Defense Media Activity),

Alexandria, VA

http://www.omnitecinc.com/employment/openings.asp

25.) Research & Engineering Positions, Evolution Robotics, Inc.,

Pasadena, California

http://www.evolution.com/about/jobs.masn

*** From Connie Mayse:

Hi, Ned. Greetings from stormy Ohio. I just came across this military

posting for civilians who are Army Reserves members (or are eligible and

willing to enlist). Hope all is well in your world. Thanks-cj

26.) SUPERVISORY STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, US Army Reserve Command,

Whitehall, OH

Announcement # NCDE09523417D

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81766798&aid=87058178-1179&WT.mc_n=125

27.) T-38 Aircraft Systems Engineer, Wyle Laboratories, Layton, UT

http://careers.wylelabs.com/Careers.aspx?adata=OxOh8%2bZoVixuOivq5bZLcRxmaL%2b1%2bPD%2f1ShzZG5FAHRS7x3GuDLlQ54TeMFgwD6Fz46Qc4IRK6Fyw2yWPXFscsJ4PYAwzO%2fp0CYr3oxWmQY%3d

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