Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for March 10, 2010


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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for March 10, 2010

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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. DEFCON 1 brings you job opportunities every week, and counts on members like you to submit job listings to share and post in this newsletter.

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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.) Principal Military Analyst (Job Id# 11501), providing Public Affairs support to the U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Directorate (OPNAV N86), Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

2.) Intelligence Reporter, Associated Press, Washington, D.C

3.) Spacecraft Antenna Product Line Manager, Mulhearn Associates, Herndon, VA

4.) Program Manager, Mantech, Herndon, VA

5.) Satellite Communications Engineer, Harris Corporation, Melbourne, FL

6.) Communications Officer, VFW National Home for Children, Eaton Rapids, Michigan

7.) Chauffeur, Executive Sr Spec, Lockheed Martin Info Systems & Global Services, Virginia

8.) Test Engineer T-AKE, Alion Science and Technology, San Diego, CA

9.) Paid student internship, Public Affairs Office, U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command, Washington, DC

10.) Management Analyst, Allied Technology Group, Washington, DC

11.) Dir – Marketing & Brand Manager, BAE Systems Land & Armaments, Arlington, VA

12.) Quality Control Inspector, DS2/Aerotek Recruiting Center, El Centro, California

13.) Senior VMware Administrator (Active Secret Clearance), Pacific Theater Network Operations and Security Center, STG, Honolulu, HI

14.) Senior Personnel Recovery Operations Analyst, SAIC, Fort Belvoir, VA

15.) Principal SEP/SNAC Consultant-Secret Clearance, US Federal Consulting Division, Symantec, Hawaii

16.) International Policy Analyst, Allied Technology Group, Crystal City, VA

17.) Senior Test and Evaluation Analyst, WBB Consulting, Arlington, VA

18.) Senior Foreign Disclosure Specialist, Leonie Industries, Washington, DC

19.) Analyst, SRA International, Pentagon, Washington, DC

20.) Analyst Manpower Resources V, Serco, Washington Navy Yard, DC

21.) Software Engineer, Jorge Scientific Corporation, Lexington Park, Maryland

…and more!

***Scrapping the SS United States

A bit of history that deserves a better ending.

http://maritimeprofessional.com/Blogs/Scrapping-the-SS-United-States/March-2010/Scrapping-the-SS-United-States.aspx

*** From Carl Savino:

We will be hosting two MOAA / Corporate Gray “Security Clearance” Job Fairs in March and would appreciate your forwarding this email to individuals you are assisting with their job search and who hold a DoD security clearance of Secret or higher. Job Fair hours are 10 am to 2 pm with a free transition seminar starting at 9 am.

March 16 — BWI Holiday Inn in Linthicum, Maryland (near Fort Meade, NSA, etc.)

March 19 — The Waterford, Springfield, Virginia (near Fort Belvoir, Fort Myer, etc.)

Pre-registration is encouraged through Corporate Gray Online, www.CorporateGray.com. By pre-registering for this event, “cleared” job seekers will receive confirmation and logistical details; they will make their resumes available in advance to the participating employers; and they will receive the Employer Directory the weekend before the event.

*** The link below is a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam war with the names, bio's and other information on our lost heroes. Those who remember that timeframe, or perhaps lost friends or family can look them up on this site.

http://www.virtualwall.org/iStates.htm

*** Supreme Court to rule on protests at military funerals

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/03/08/AR2010030801578.html?wpisrc=nl_buzz

(If you have ever attended a funeral of a fallen friend and had these protesters accost you, you probably have an opinion about this.)

*** Blue Angels:

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=W6tB8Lf7YoU

*** Find Ned’s article:

The Year in Defense 2009 Review Edition http://www.google.com/url?sa=X&q=http://issuu.com/faircountmedia/docs/yid09r&ct=ga&cd=4QS_ya6-KE4&usg=AFQjCNEClLplgzPWK027wcpXTBz1yMsRmw

*** IABC/DC Metro Chapter Meeting – Down But Not Out: Job Hunting In A Recession

Event: IABC/DC Metro Chapter Meeting

Date: April 8

Time: 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Location: Hamilton Crowne Plaza [www.crowneplaza.com

1001 14th Street, NW

Washington, DC 20005

(Intersection of K and 14th, NW)

Parking: $6 valet at the hotel

Metro: Orange/Blue Lines – McPherson Square (14th Street exit)

Cost: $40 for members

$30 for students

$45 for guests accompanying members

$55 for nonmembers

NOTE: Rates apply to registrations made online by midnight on Tuesday, April 6. Add $10 to registrations made online thereafter; $20 for event-day registration and walk-ins.

Down But Not Out: Job Hunting In A Recession

Times are tough for folks everywhere, including communication professionals in the Capital Region. But while signs of a recovery are increasingly more visible, finding that new job isn't easy. So what's next? How can we find a job in this new economic environment? What can we do to look better in the eyes of potential employers?

Join IABC/Washington for a discussion on HR, hiring practices in the communication profession and how job seekers can put their best foot forward.

This month, we present Ned Lundquist, ABC, brains behind Ned's Job of the Week [hyperlink to www.nedsjotw.com], a weekly portal featuring a listing of various communication positions from around the country, Heather R. Huhman [hyperlink to www.twitter.com/heatherhuhman ], founder and president of Come Recommended [hyperlink to www.comerecommended.com ], and Kate Perrin, president of Professional Solutions [link to www.PRstaffing.com ] and longtime member of the IABC/Washington.

Our panelists will discuss the current communication environment, the impact of the generational divide on our organizations, tips on using social media for a job search, and how senior professionals can remain competitive in the job market. Jakub M. Konysz (@jkonysz), PR manger at ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership [www.asaecenter.org] and co-VP of professional development for IABC/Washington will moderate the discussion.

*** Check out this photo of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during the recent heavy snow. Some things don’t close down, no matter what.

http://www.facebook.com/n/?photo.php&pid=4858915&id=594469602&mid=1f2094fG236ee2e2G504b877G9

*** The Rise and Fall of a Female Captain Bligh (Time 3 March 2010)

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1969602,00.html?xid=newsletter-weekly#ixzz0hmzlp81Q

=newsletter-weekly*** Time to get real, get authentic, get engaged – with Real SMM. Dave Van de Walle and the team at Area 224 are partnering with Jim Alexander from Socially Mediated to launch “Real SMM” – and DEFCON 1 readers can join in for the “Silver” package of unlimited access to training webinars and coaching sessions for one low monthly price: $97. Just use the official DEFCON 1 affiliate link here – http://realsmm.com/jotw and you'll be ready to go. Weekly webinars on industry topics in social media marketing, training sessions on the latest tools and strategies, and group “mastermind” sessions with others – there's something here for every corporate communications pro that needs to understand Social Media.

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

1.) Principal Military Analyst (Job Id# 11501), providing Public Affairs support to the U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Directorate (OPNAV N86), Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

Responsibilities

-Development and execution of strategic communication plans, including themes, message writing, validation and insertion in communication products

-Coordination of media queries and interview requests with all Surface Warfare stakeholders, to include CHINFO, ASN (RD&A), PEO Ships, NAVSEA, CNSF, CFFC.

-Create articles, speeches and presentations on key Surface Warfare messages that are a directed to appropriate media and venues

-Internal Communication Support including professional journalistic writing/editing for Surface Warfare magazine and other internal media.

-Identify and pursue opportunities for transmitting the Surface Warfare message to key stakeholders, to include professional publications and trade press.

-Provide advice to senior leadership

-Coordinate special projects.

Qualifications

-Bachelors degree plus 15 years directly relevant work experience or more than 20 years experiences as a military officer. Masters degree plus 12 years directly relevant work experience or doctorate plus 8 years of directly relevant work experience. In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 20 years applicable work experience.

-Previous experience with Defense related public affairs support is desired.

-Excellent professional writing skills and verbal communications skills.

-Demonstrated competence in research and planning skills to support outreach activities.

-Ability to effectively organize and track tasks, and develop well-written business letters and reports.

-A record of success conducting corporate and organizational communication programs, preferably in both government and private sector.

-Skill and credibility in providing advice and counsel to senior leaders.

-Experience with both senior Navy leadership and media representatives.

-Experienced in the leading organizational change, implementing best practices, and the successful application of strategic communication principles.

A minimum of a SECRET INTERIM clearance and the ability to obtain a favorable FINAL SECRET clearance is required.

Contact:

Barbara Mendoza

bmendoza@alionscience.com

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=11501

2.) Intelligence Reporter, Associated Press, Washington, D.C

About the Job

The Associated Press seeks an Intelligence Reporter for its Washington, D.C. location.

This newsperson develops and maintains sources in the intelligence community including officials working for the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, CIA, FBI, Congress, Pentagon, Homeland Security Department, National Security Council, State Department and Energy Department. Sources must extend far beyond public relations staff. This newsperson reports and writes high-impact enterprise and breaking news stories based on U.S. and international intelligence, with a special focus on terrorism and counter-terrorism. Keeps AP far ahead of the competition with hard-news stories, trend spotting and “conceptual scoops.” This position works with colleagues in Washington and AP bureaus across the globe on stories with intelligence threads. He or she provides prompt and knowledgeable responses to AP member and bureau requests and questions.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidate must be an established reporter with a large and active network of sources in the intelligence community. Applicants must have at least five years experience as a reporter, including at least three in an intelligence-related reporting and/or editing job for a major media organization. At least five years of Washington experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to develop sources and break stories against intense competition and on deadline. Demonstrated ability to present information clearly, quickly and accurately. Good writing skills a must, along with a willingness to explore new forms of online and mobile storytelling. The ideal candidate must be versatile, aggressive, productive and adaptable, with an enthusiasm for the AP's mission of watchdog journalism. Bachelors degree or equivalent experience preferred. The successful candidate must have good interpersonal skills.

The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. Founded in 1846, AP today is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. On any given day, more than half the world's population sees news from AP.

AP seeks to build an inclusive organization grounded in respect for differences. We support all aspects of diversity and provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran in accordance with applicable nondiscrimination laws.

https://careers.ap.org/viewjob.html?erjob=14481

3.) Spacecraft Antenna Product Line Manager, Mulhearn Associates, Herndon, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86706908

4.) Program Manager, Mantech, Herndon, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86642138

5.) Satellite Communications Engineer, Harris Corporation, Melbourne, FL

http://www.employment.harris.com/viewjob.html?erjob=200626

6.) Communications Officer, VFW National Home for Children, Eaton Rapids, Michigan

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=6553341

*** From Mark Sofman:

7.) Chauffeur, Executive Sr Spec, Lockheed Martin Info Systems & Global Services, Virginia

Required skills: Outstanding Personal Skills, Excellent Driving Record

Desired skills: CDL Qualified, Air Brakes Qualified, Basic Computer Skills

Standard Job Description: Chauffeurs top-level executives in company limousines. Often on call beyond normal working hours to transport executives and visitors to and from corporate facilities, meetings, and special events. Responsible for the appearance and operation of the vehicle and ensuring that it receives proper maintenance and service. May require special security training.

Security Clearance TS/SCI

See: http://bit.ly/aj4sPW

8.) Test Engineer T-AKE, Alion Science and Technology, San Diego, CA

Responsibilities

Under general supervision, responsible for a broad range of moderately complex process and product related activities supporting internal operations and supplier qualifications. Ensures control and improvement of products and processes through the development of standards and procedures. Defines and develops quality standards for receiving, in-processing and final inspection in accordance with company and contractual requirements. Reviews and evaluates in-process rejections.

This position requires experience and familiarization with ship design, construction and testing. The individual must act as the Governments representative in support of the guaranty process. Must have the ability to assist the manager in coordinating reviews with the navy and the shipyard. Travel is required to various CONUS and off-CONUS locations to participate in the T-AKE ships during post-delivery availabilities.

Qualifications

Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree or a minimum of 6 years experience in ship design/construction. They must have the ability to coordinate with various groups and individuals with strong communication and interpersonal skills to oversee and accomplish shipboard inspections, compartment close-outs, witness testing, production call-outs, and the resolution of Guarantee Deficiency Report's (GDR's). Familiarity with the Deficiency Tracking System (DTS) is a plus but not required.

In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 10 years applicable work experience.

The applicant should have a strong orientation and a proven track record in the use of statistical techniques to characterize, prioritize, monitor and improve performance using the principles, practices, and procedures used in quality engineering.. They should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office suite programs, MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Qualification for a Secret security clearance will be required after employment.

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=11497

*** From Meghan Patrick:

9.) Paid student internship, Public Affairs Office, U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command, Washington, DC

The public affairs office at the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command, headquartered at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., has a paid internship opportunity for the upcoming summer, and possibly beyond.

Details:

– The intern will serve as a communications assistant and will assist with media searches and clippings, weekly internal publications, press releases and feature stories. Applicants should have strong writing ability with knowledge of Associated Press style. Graphics design experience in InDesign, Photoshop, and/or Adobe Illustrator is a plus.

– The timeframe is approximately May through August/September 2010, with consideration for follow-on semesters.

– Pay is $14.59 per hour for 20-40 hours per week.

– Desired majors: communications, journalism, mass communications/media studies, political communications or public relations.

Applicants must be part- or full-time junior/senior undergraduate or graduate students and should forward their resumes to sandra.graham@navy.mil. Please submit a cover letter including the days and hours that you would be available based on a five-day work week with office hours between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Also include availability for continuing the internship after August/September. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 29.

For any questions, call (202) 685-5055.

10.) Management Analyst, Allied Technology Group, Washington, DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86483897

11.) Dir – Marketing & Brand Manager, BAE Systems Land & Armaments, Arlington, VA

BAE Systems is the premier global defense and aerospace company, delivering a full range of products and services for air, land, and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, information technology solutions, and customer support services. With 105,000 employees worldwide, BAE Systems had 2008 sales of $34.4 billion.

The Director, Marketing and Brand Management is responsible for the planning and execution of the Land & Armaments integrated marketing communications program to promote the products, capabilities and successes of an $8 billion global land systems business with major operations in four countries.

The Director M&BM provides leadership, guidance and coordination among the groups lines of business for the successful execution of marketing strategies and tactics.

This includes developing and coordinating any group-wide international marketing campaign, especially where more than one line of business is involved; and management of the groups international exhibition program in coordination with Business Development and lines of business objectives. In addition, the Director, Marketing and Brand Management is the lead point of contact with Inc. and Plc. for all international and Tier 1 domestic exhibitions.

Responsibilities:

1. Oversees strategic planning, development and coordination of all marketing communications programs to promote key products and further the company's sales objectives globally.

2. Consults with VP, Business Development and lines of business, international sales representatives, and advertising agencies to leverage all possible tool sets including online marketing, trade show activity and direct marketing.

3. Manages the preparation of sales aids, controls advertising and public relations projects, and recommends the media and tools best suited to sell specific products or services.

4. Interacts with vendors to produce promotional material. Selects, develops, and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

5. Has responsibility for the implementation and maintenance of corporate identity and branding standards across the group.

Bachelor's degree with 5 years plus or relevant work experience

Advanced communications skills (interpretation, negotiation, collaboration)

Advertising knowledge of media planning and buying, and experience with exhibition planning.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office software.

People are the greatest asset in any Company …

BAE Systems is committed to a high performance culture and provides an environment that challenges our employees to be remarkable and obtain their full potential.

We are an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer that understands the value of diversity and its impact on a high performance culture.

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86586440

https://baesystems.hodesiq.com/apply_online_1.asp?jobid=1775640

12.) Quality Control Inspector, DS2/Aerotek Recruiting Center, El Centro, California

http://aviation.thingamajob.com/jobs/California/Quality-Control-Inspector/2046288

13.) Senior VMware Administrator (Active Secret Clearance), Pacific Theater Network Operations and Security Center, STG, Honolulu, HI

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J8E6ZQ618RRGXXLN3XK&cbRecursionCnt=1&cbsid=1e92099249f24ddd9d32508f742d0bea-321534899-wx-6&ns_siteid=ns_us_g_jobs_clearance_hawaii

14.) Senior Personnel Recovery Operations Analyst, SAIC, Fort Belvoir, VA

https://cp-its-rmprd.saic.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?/0AF1TT0A9WR02UL8NGKU991P5XU64FZ33SDFYSL6JSYSRR0ASEHQVDGRR22LXCAGQCH28TH8YPUSRVR9DBAUY7CX2HJ00AYHZ2VSYRPMEXD3Y7EDM0S54NEIT95H0KCLZVAXT65TO6PCUT0OZC0L6SS51U8WS51U9KDLG3R4

15.) Principal SEP/SNAC Consultant-Secret Clearance, US Federal Consulting Division, Symantec, Hawaii

http://jobview.monster.com/Principal-SEP-SNAC-Consultant-Secret-Clearance-Hawaii-Job-HI-US-85607797.aspx

16.) International Policy Analyst, Allied Technology Group, Crystal City, VA

http://dc-jobs.jobfox.com/consulting-projectmanagement/policy-research/international-policy-analyst/14cfea3a-1a45-4e2e-94cd-a95bc33ff5cc?source=simplyhired75

17.) Senior Test and Evaluation Analyst, WBB Consulting, Arlington, VA

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J8A6T26B3P7T3XNYQB9&cbRecursionCnt=1&cbsid=9b3698a09351403cab9ab005b356f125-321450368-VM-4

18.) Senior Foreign Disclosure Specialist, Leonie Industries, Washington, DC

https://up.theladders.com/job/jobboard?cr=2145653&pl=sz-U1

19.) Analyst, SRA International, Pentagon, Washington, DC

http://jobs.brassring.com/en/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=470928&partnerid=16017&siteid=5086

20.) Analyst Manpower Resources V, Serco, Washington Navy Yard, DC

http://dc-jobs.jobfox.com/consulting-projectmanagement/business-analysis/analyst-manpower-resources-v/8a9d8729-fb55-47ab-84f7-f6b52053c417?source=simplyhired75

*** From Lee Boone:

Ned,

Hope all is well. Here is a position we would like to have posted in your weekly circular. The position would pay anywhere from $75K to $85K, depending on experience.

Thanks for your help.

21.) Software Engineer, Jorge Scientific Corporation, Lexington Park, Maryland

Jorge Scientific Corporation is doing some exciting work in support of our nation’s Global War on Terrorism. We currently have an opening for a Software Engineer to Design, develop, integrate and test software for the U.S. Navy in Lexington Park, Maryland.

Ideal candidate will be proficient in object oriented programming methodologies, and well-versed in Microsoft .NET technologies (specifically ASP.NET and C#). A strong relational database background (SQL Server or Oracle) is required, in addition to working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, AJAX, and other Web-based technologies. Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.

Specific duties:

Codes, tests, and debugs complex application programs to create new business applications and interfaces or maintains/modifies existing business applications according to program specifications.

Develop work plans and technical documents covering system architecture, conversion, integration, testing, and implementation for a system or complex enhancement to a system.

Develop specifications for complex systems.

Performs unit and modular and integration testing for complex application development/modification

Writes and executes programs to extract, transform, and load data for more complex system conversions;

Leads in the identification, analysis and resolution of complex application problems;

Provide technical advice, code reviews and assistance to other programmers.

Education:

• B.A. or B.S. degree required preferably in Computer Science or other related discipline

Experience:

• Five years or more experience developing Web and Window Desktop applications for federal government clients.

• Secret level Security Clearance required: (US Citizen with the ability to obtain a security clearance)

Interested applicants should submit their resumes to Human Resources attention Lee S. Boone lboone@jorge.com

Jorge Scientific Corporation is an equal opportunity employer promoting a diverse and drug free work environment. EOE, M, F, D, V

To learn more about employment opportunities for Jorge Scientific Corporation, please visit us at www.jorge.com

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