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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for April 28, 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 (Public Affairs) supporting the U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Directorate (OPNAV N86), Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

2.) Sr. Technical Editor/Writer, PM Fire Support Systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, Alion Science and Technology, Quantico, VA.

3.) RF Engineer Job, SRC, Syracuse, NY

4.) Senior Director, Media Communications, DynCorp International LLC., Falls Church, VA

5.) Senior Analyst, Whitney, Bradley and Brown, Arlington, Virginia

6.) Sr. Project Engineer, DEI Services Corporation, Winter Park, Orlando, FL

7.) Electronic Warfare/Radar Engineer, Dynetics, Dayton, OH

8.) Geospatial (GEOINT) Analyst 3-5yrs (Sciolex Corporation), Ft Belvoir, Virginia

9.) Functional Analyst, Praeses, Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana

10.) Language Analyst / Linguist, MultiLingual Solutions, Inc., Rockville, Maryland

…and more!

*** From Bill Johnson-Miles:

Marine Corps Systems Command Job Fair, May 22, Fredericksburg

Serve your country, support Marines in harm's way

You can serve your country and improve your quality of life by working at Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), where every day is mission critical. MCSC supports the Marine warfighters currently serving in harm's way in Afghanistan and other areas around the world. The Command, headquartered at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Northern Virginia 35 miles south of Washington, D.C., outfits Marines with literally everything they drive, shoot and wear. This team, comprised of professional civilian Marines and active-duty Marines, equips young volunteer warfighters to win. These civil servants listen, learn, research, develop, test, acquire and sustain – whatever it takes to get Marines what they need, when they need it – efficiently and for the best value possible.

You could become a part of this remarkable team by attending MCSC's Job Fair on Saturday, May 22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the University of Mary Washington's College of Graduate and Professional Studies, 121 University Blvd., Fredericksburg, Va. The Command is offering exciting civilian careers in Engineering, Program Management, Operations Research/Cost Estimating, Information Technology Management, Contracting, Financial Management and Logistics Management. The majority of positions are located at MCSC Headquarters, with a Virginia Railway Express station in close proximity. Some program offices are located in brand-new office buildings and facilities off base in Stafford, Va.

It is recommended that resumes be submitted prior to the event by following instructions provided at www.marcorsyscom.usmc.mil and clicking on “May 2010 Job Fair.” Qualified candidates who send in resumes may be invited for a pre-scheduled interview on the day of the Job Fair. However, submitting a resume before the fair is not required for attendance. Applicants will be evaluated based on a comparison of position requirements against the quality and extent of the experience or related education as reflected in their resume. Applicants are encouraged to bring plenty of resumes and to allow ample time for resume screening and potential on-the-spot interviews.

MCSC, the U.S. Marine Corps and the Department of the Navy are equal employment opportunity employers. All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or any other non-merit factor. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodations for any part of the application and hiring process should contact MCSC directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodations will be made on a case-by-case basis.

MCSC employees use highly effective, streamlined and innovative business processes. The Command works hard to be timely and consistent in providing quality systems and equipment to the operating forces, and then expertly manages the systems and equipment during the entire lifecycle. The technological advantage MCSC provides helps Marines to shoot straighter, move faster and communicate more effectively so they can continue our Marine Corps' proud and valorous tradition of winning battles in every clime and place. The Command cares deeply about each and every individual Marine and works on a daily basis with one thought in mind; that is, to provide our Marines with the systems and equipment necessary to ensure they return home to their families safe and sound. As such, jobs at MCSC definitely make a difference. At MCSC, job satisfaction is at its highest level.

*** SNA GWC Golf Tournament – June 30:

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

*** From Robin Husson:

A JOTW “Can't Wait” announcement from Alion Science and Technology

1.) Principal Military Analyst (Public Affairs) supporting the U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Directorate (OPNAV N86), Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

(Job Id# 11501)

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:

Robin Husson (chusson@alionscience.com)

Alion Science and Technology

202-756-4734

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

2.) Sr. Technical Editor/Writer, PM Fire Support Systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, Alion Science and Technology, Quantico, VA.

Alion is seeking a technical writer/editor to support PM Fire Support Systems at Marine Corps Systems Command at Quantico, VA. Prior Marine Corps and/or Fire Support experience is a plus. The candidate is expected to perform the following tasks:

Support analyses, studies, problem identification and resolution, program planning and implementation, provide support in the preparation of correspondence, documents, and reports, and assist in providing planning and coordination support to customer.

Analyze program documents and provide insight and advice on requirements.

Develop and/or review program reports, technical papers, drawings, specifications, and procedures; provide comments; and organize, consolidate, and adjudicate comments from various organizations, and prepare reports.

Prepare program management correspondence; design charts, spreadsheets, Gantt charts, and presentations.

Prepare analytical reports and meeting minutes.

Interface daily with various team members to exchange information and coordinate related task performance.

Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.

Qualifications

Bachelors degree and 5 years of job related experience required or, Associates degree, 9 years of related experience is required or with a H.S. diploma, 13 years of related experience is required.

Member is expected to work within an Integrated Product Team environment and at times independently. Candidate must be motivated, competent and agile to respond to a myriad of urgent and priority requests for information and action. Experienced in USMC Fire Support Systems and program acqusition processes required. Must be skilled in using the full suite of MS Office applications. Candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills; able to work on multiple tasks setting priorities and allocating available resources as necessary.

Position will require travel.

Position requires immediate security clearance eligibility. Current active clearance is highly desired.

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=11694

3.) RF Engineer Job, SRC, Syracuse, NY

SRC is currently seeking a highly motivated Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer to join a team of existing engineers in the design of the most complex radar, electronic warfare, and communications systems in the country. All aspects of development, design, build, and test are performed in-house, setting the company aside from its competitors.

Responsibilities:

• Participate in the design of microwave assemblies for radar, communications, and electronic warfare system applications ranging from 400MHz to 18GHz

• Prepare design/specification tradeoffs, along with component and subsystem evaluations

•Design receivers, exciters, antennas, transmitters, and RF circuit assemblies

• Perform requirements analysis, architecture development, specification definition, testing, and final release

• Work within a cross functional team environment to include software, radar systems, digital, RF, mechanical, and communications systems engineers

• Develop a working knowledge of up converter chains, down converter chains, solid state microwave power amplifiers, limiters, low noise amplifiers, and feed networks

Position Requirements

• Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with an outstanding GPA and 1-5 years of experience supporting RF related systems

• Prior coursework in electromagnetics, antennas and microwave design

• Familiarity with RF and microwave design fundamentals including transmission lines, antennas, and S-parameters

• Experience with microwave test equipment, network analyzers, and antenna measurement fundamentals

• Experience with Engineering Design Software is a plus (Sonnet, HFSS, ADS)

• Master's degree of science is strongly preferred

Security Clearance Requirements:

Must be a U.S. Citizen. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

EEO/AA Employer; Female, minority, Vietnam-era Veteran, and disabled candidates are encouraged to apply.

Learn more about how SRC is redefining possible.

http://careers.srcinc.com/job/SYRACUSE-RF-Engineer-Job-NY-13201/630905/

4.) Senior Director, Media Communications, DynCorp International LLC., Falls Church, VA

http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?jobid=dyn16189

5.) Senior Analyst, Whitney, Bradley and Brown, Arlington, Virginia

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=Wa0pKSNHEvEZ

6.) Sr. Project Engineer, DEI Services Corporation, Winter Park, Orlando, FL

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=PytqqVi8sw4W

7.) Electronic Warfare/Radar Engineer, Dynetics, Dayton, OH

http://www.clearancejobs.com/jobs/1229601/electronic-warfare-radar-engineer?action=view_job&sort=s5&sort_order=0

8.) Geospatial (GEOINT) Analyst 3-5yrs (Sciolex Corporation), Ft Belvoir, Virginia

http://governmentsupportjobs.com/Jobs/7607/Geospatial-(GEOINT)-Analyst-3-5yrs-in-Ft-Belvoir-Virginia.aspx

9.) Functional Analyst, Praeses, Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana

http://governmentsupportjobs.com/Jobs/7614/Functional-Analyst-in-Shreveport-Louisiana.aspx

10.) Language Analyst / Linguist, MultiLingual Solutions, Inc., Rockville, Maryland

http://governmentsupportjobs.com/Jobs

11.) General Manager – Operations – Aviation, offered by Millar Cameron, job is based in Afghanistan

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced and committed General Manager to work within the Aviation department for a leading international Life Support Services company. The role will be based in Afghanistan.

The successful General Manager will be responsible for both scheduling and current operational functions within Afghanistan. Managing shared operational assets and personnel, and oversee and facilitate the administrative and IT requirements of all of the clients aviation personnel in Afghanistan.

Key Tasks:

* Supervise Scheduling and Current Operations working across multiple contracts

* Assume responsibilities of Country Manager Afghanistan as directed

* Assist the Country Manager Afghanistan in adhering to multiple contractual obligations

* Supervise fixed and rotary wing Day/VFR flight operations throughout Afghanistan

* Exercise Tactical Control of aircraft to react to shifting priorities whilst maintaining control over critical requirements

* Ensure compliance with ICAO, US MIL, NATO, UN , and host nation CAA directives

* Deal with Aircraft Service Suppliers to meet operational requirements

* Assist the Country Manager Afghanistan in developing based financial factors to safeguard against raising fuel prices, crew availability, aircraft modernization costs and even future ICAO, US MIL, NATO, UN , and host nation CAA directives

* Manage employee issues and, when necessary, liaise with the Human Resources Division

* Coordinate the annual leave of multiple operational personnel to ensure continued operational capability

* Support the Country Manager Afghanistan and Director of Operations to develop internal and external documentation required for the effective functioning of the business

* Assist the Country Manager Afghanistan to develop procedural controls and metric based systems to ensure correct billing, e.g., correct engine on/off times, fuel burn accuracy, and identify deviations and establish safeguards to prevent reoccurrence

Essential Skills and Qualifications:

* Former military Officer or Senior Staff Non-Commissioned Officer

* Proven ability to adapt and thrive in austere work and living conditions

* Proven ability to exercise centralized command and decentralized control; affective record of delegating authority while maintaining accountability/responsibility

* Experience with invoicing and the development of financial controls, e.g., cost savings and cost comparisons

* Ability to interface with senior US Military and NATO/ISAF Officers influentially, yet respectfully, to provide unique solutions to contractual issues or concerns

* Proven experience in monitoring separate aviation operations while ensuring safety and financial standards are met

* Former US/UK/AUS (or equivalent) Military CW3 or above

* One previous combat tour

* Former Instructor Pilot, Platoon Leader, or Company Commander

* Proven experience working within a multicultural environment

* Excellent written and spoken English

* Well developed computer skills

Preferable Skills and Qualifications:

* Experience developing and enforcing Operational Risk Management procedures, OSHA guidelines

* Extensive experience with ACMI wet and dry lease operation and development

* Extensive knowledge of FAA/ICAO/IATA regulations

* Experience working in an Aviation company during the start up of air carrier operations

* Farsi language abilities desirable

Package:

Competitive

Rotation – 14 and a half weeks in and 3 weeks out, 63 days paid leave

Accommodation, Food, laundry and Flights etc all provided.

THIS ROLE IS BASED IN AFGHANISTAN

http://www.gisajob.com/show_job.cgi?j=6098711

12.) MRAP Ambulance Field Service Representative, Stanley Associates, North Charleston, SC

http://www.americasjobexchange.com/seeker/jobsearch/quick?action=JobSearchViewJob&JobSearch_JobId=531238789

13.) MRAP Supervisor (E), General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS), Shelby, MI

General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS), headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan, is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics Corporation (NYSE: GD) headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia. GDLS provides a full spectrum of land and amphibious combat systems, subsystems, and components worldwide. The company designs and builds armored vehicles and subsystems for the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, and international customers, and is the defense industry’s largest supplier of armored military vehicles.

– Provide day to day supervision for up to 12 team members by assigning tasks based on skills, abilities, and workload using established mission priorities.

– Provide program planning, schedules, instructional techniques, and field service support for the MRAP series of vehicles.

– Advice, assist instructors in the development, validation, and implementation of training.

– Train new site personnel in technical matters on the MRAP.

– Present classroom theory and hands-on instruction that encompasses vehicle familiarization; safe operations; drivers training on the MRAP vehicles to include starting, stopping, driving; and PMCS. (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services), operation of each crew station, and organizational maintenance procedures.

– Present classroom theory and hands-on instruction that encompasses organizational maintenance on the MRAP Series of vehicles.

– Develop and prepare course curricula, lesson plans, student guides, and audio visual aids in support of lesson material and examinations.

– Conduct maintenance tasks for MRAP series of wheeled vehicles in Southwest Asia and other locations as directed to include CONUS and OCONUS locations where General Dynamics products are fielded.

– Provide input to program planning, schedules, and maintenance techniques for wheeled vehicles.

– Advise and assist in performing maintenance of wheeled vehicles.

– Train new personnel in technical matters on performing maintenance of wheeled vehicles.

– Be and remain proficient in Troubleshooting Procedures.

– Conduct/assist unit personnel in operator & maintenance procedures at field site.

– Perform other duties as assigned by FST Senior Site Supervisor.

– Provide Leadership for other subordinates as directed.

– Provide program planning, schedules, instructional techniques, and field service support for the MRAP series of vehicles.

– Advise and assist instructors in the development, validation, and implementation of training.

– Train new site personnel in technical matters on the MRAP.

– Present classroom theory and hands-on instruction that encompasses vehicle familiarization; safe operations; drivers training on the MRAP vehicles to include starting, stopping, driving; and PMCS. (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services), operation of each crew station, and organizational maintenance procedures.

– Present classroom theory and hands-on instruction that encompasses organizational maintenance on the MRAP Series of vehicles.

– Develop and prepare course curricula, lesson plans, student guides, and audio visual aids in support of lesson material and examinations.

– Conduct maintenance tasks for MRAP series of wheeled vehicles in Southwest Asia and other locations as directed to include CONUS and OCONUS locations where General Dynamic’s products are fielded.

– Provide input to program planning, schedules, and maintenance techniques for wheeled vehicles.

– Advise and assist in performing maintenance of wheeled vehicles.

– Supervise personnel in accordance with ISO processes.

– Train new personnel in technical matters on performing maintenance of wheeled vehicles.

– Conduct/assist unit personnel in operator & maintenance procedures at field site.

– Provide Leadership for other subordinates as directed.

Job Requirements – Strong interpersonal skills, communication, and supervisory skills.

– Bachelor's degree preferred.

– 6-10 years of supervisory experience.

– Military school trained wheel vehicle mechanic (such as US Army MOSs 63B, 63S, 63W or 63B MCM or USMC MOSs 2147, 3521, 3522, 3524). Documented commercial training and/or experience acceptable. Field experience on fielded MRAP variants mandatory.

– Minimum 10 years of related experience on Tracked/Wheeled vehicle maintenance.

– Read and interpret troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures and flow diagrams for systems, subsystems and components.

– Must be willing to relocate domestically and/or internationally for extended periods of time to support customer requirements.

– Travel to remote CONUS/OCONUS locations on short notice to support contingency operations.

– Work in improved and unimproved maintenance facilities as well as field environment.

– Occasional work in confined space within vehicle interior.

– Potential for exposure to temperature extremes in performance of duties.

– Multicultural work experience desired.

– Leadership and Supervision experience preferred.

– Supply experience in property management.

– Must be willing to work effectively in a team-oriented structure to include in field, office, and shop environments both on and off of military installations.

– Must successfully meet pre-deployment medical/CRC requirements if the position requires relocation overseas.

– Must possess a valid driver's license and obtain an international driver's license and qualify for security clearance.

– Must be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. Passport and work visa status if the position requires relocation overseas.

– Demonstrated record of customer intimacy and support resulting in a high degree of customer satisfaction required.

– Potential for exposure to temperature extremes, field living conditions and contingency (combat) operations in performance of duties.

– Capable of operating in a multi-cultural environment.

– Skilled to perform as a Trainer & Mechanic.

– Physical requirements:

– Meet requirements of SP 2-644.

– Normal color vision.

– Dexterity in fingers of both hands

– Carry 70# (tool box or parts) up to 50’.

– Work at an autonomous site directly for USG personnel.

– Exhibit PC capabilities to include the use of electronic mail on Lotus Notes, Microsoft products (word, excel, PowerPoint, project).

General Dynamics Land Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://www.resumeware.net/gdls_rw/gdls_web/job_detail.cfm?key=20491

14.) Technical Specialist I (MRAP Senior FSR Coordinator), Jacobs, Albany, GA

Ideal candidate will be a former active duty/reserve Marine senior SNCO or senior DoD USMC civil servant with a sound logistics background and familiarity with OIF/OEF MRAP operations. Requires familiarity with demonstrated data collection/entry and management skills and experience. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Access and Excel applications highly desired. Experience in personnel management, government/military contracts management and budgeting desired. Requires ability to multi-task as part of a LOGCOM Program Office organization that plans, directs, executes and oversights Marine Corps worldwide support for the MRAP program. Strong communications skills/familiarity with Microsoft Office suite applications required. Secret clearance/eligibility for same required.

DUTIES OF POSITION: (This job description has been written to document the major duties and responsibilities, and the general nature and level or work to be performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.)

•Support Head, MRAP Program Support Team as a senior member of the technical support team responsible for Field Service Representative (FSRs) and Deployment Coordination Management functions.

•As part of a USMC/JPO MRAP support team, serve as the FSR subject matter expert and perform routine FRS requirements coordination.

•Develop FSR phase-in plans; establish the multi-service FSR requirement for MRAP support based upon vehicle density and communication/coordination with the appropriate designated service branch representative; coordinate FSR support with appropriate designated MRAP original equipment manufacturer (OEM)/vendor; interface with designated contractor FSR POCs to address deployment requirements; facilitate deployment preparation and creation/modification of Letters of Authorization (LOAs).

•Monitor/report vendor compliance with government requirements; collect/ sort/input/report FSR personnel location/status data using the MRAP FSR data management systems.

•Travel to offsite locations as required. Other duties as required.

Education, Training & Experience

Requires two (2) years college or vocational training in area of specialty plus twelve (12) years relevant experience or any equivalent combination of education/experience for a total of fourteen (14) years. Demonstrate leadership ability and good communication skills required.

Physical Requirements

MUST BE CAPABLE OF LIFTING UP TO 25 LBS.

Work Environment

90/10% mix of work in an office environment and a field environment. For office work: An inside environment/Cubicle. Needs to be able to work well with co-workers and clients. Needs to have clear, concise and accurate communication skills (English language). Independent personal transportation to office and to offsite locations is required. Must be able to gain access to the military base as needed

Equipment and Machines

IBM compatible personal computer (70%), laser printer (5%), copy machines (5%), telephone (5%), fax machine (2%), and other office equipment including desk supplies, and other work related tools.

Attendance

Routinely requires working hours of 8am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Regular attendance of scheduled hours is extremely critical. Punctuality and regular attendance are necessary to meet deadlines.

Other Essential Functions

1)Written and Oral communication in English.

2)Travel to and from customer locations will be required to support projects. This may involve airline travel. In some cases, accommodations possibly can be made for POV, if necessary.

3)Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

4)Must maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that fosters good relations with customers, clients, co-workers, and management.

https://www.cytiva.com/jacobs/ext/detail.asp?JobID=jacobs12004

15.) Communications Intern, BAE Systems US Combat Systems, Fridley, MN

http://www.americasjobexchange.com/seeker/jobsearch/quick?action=JobSearchViewJob&JobSearch_JobId=532831820

16.) Electronics Technician Maintenance III, URS Corporation, Barstow, CA

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?ipath=EXGOO&siteid=sep_simphire_engineer&Job_DID=J3I3XM6N10SK5NV7DZ4&cbRecursionCnt=1&cbsid=5a26d9d0b4d240f7a97a1ee48c2c8f4b-325748318-wt-6

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