DEFCON 1 Newsletter for May 23, 2012


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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON 1 Newsletter for May 23, 2012

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“We’re all endowed with God-given talents.  Mine happens to be hitting people in the head.”

– Sugar Ray Leonard
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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.)  Junior Cost Analyst, MCR Federal, Springfield, VA

2.)  SUPERINTENDENT, MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC

3.)  Staff Analyst, Afghan Assessment Group (AAG), HQ ISAF, MCR, Kabul, Afghanistan

4.)  Training Instructor (Auto), Army Tank-Automotive and Armament Command (TACOM), n, MI

5.)  Corporate Communications, QinetiQ, Springfield, VA

6.)  Counterintelligence Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, VA

7.)  UAS Logistics Analyst, MCR, Huntsville, AL

8.)  Vice President, Communications, Business Executives for National Security, Washington, DC

9.)  Medical/Scientific Writer, Trauma Infectious Disease Outcomes Study (TIDOS), Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program (IDCRP), Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences , Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD

10.)  Safety Engineer, Kaman Helicopters, Bloomfield, Connecticut

11.)  Procurement Representative, Lockheed Martin, Seattle, WA

12.)  Program Coordinator, Military Personnel Services Corp, Hartford, CT

13.)  Program Analyst, Missile Defense Agency, Huntsville, AL

14.)  Sr. Supervising Engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, San Diego, CA

15.)  Senior Structural Engineer, STV Group, Douglassville, PA

16.)  Pipe Manager – Ship Building, Austal Usa, LLC, Mobile, AL

17.)  Analyst – Foreign Military Sales, Morgan Borszcz Consulting, Arlington, VA

18.)  Engineering Support, Senior – Systems Integration, Belcan, WPAFB, OH

19.)  Space Control Systems Engineer, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Socorro, New Mexico

20.)  ENGINEER V, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Adelanto , CA

 

…and more!

 

***  We cannot ENDORSE Battleship or tell you to GO SEE IT.
However, we CAN tell you that if aliens did attack-your Navy, which is focused on Warfighting First, Operating Forward & Being Ready, would defeat them in LESS THAN 2 HOURS.

https://www.facebook.com/USNavy/posts/312684245474662

 

***  National Parks Make Great Family Getaways

 

By Lisa Daniel

American Forces Press Service

 

WASHINGTON, May 16, 2012 – Ask people what their all-time favorite family vacation has been and chances are good national parks will be in most of the answers. I don’t have any science to back that up, but I have been struck by the number of people who recollect their best memories of family bonding in places like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon.

 

Somehow, even traveling for hours in a cramped car with cranky kids seems to vanish from the memories of those who have experienced America’s most magnificent places. From the peaks of Alaska’s Denali to the lowlands of Florida’s Everglades, the National Park Service’s 397 national parks and many thousands of historical and archaeological sites and wetlands were each brought into the federal system because they are the best of the best – those places deemed worthy of protecting for everyone to see.

 

That’s exactly what Interior Secretary Ken Salazar had in mind when he announced yesterday that the $80 annual pass for all the national parks and public lands will be waived for active-duty military members and their dependents, starting May 19, Armed Forces Day.

 

Salazar said he hopes military members and their families will visit the parks and public lands for fun, rest and relaxation, family bonding, and to experience those places America holds dear. As the Interior secretary said, these are “the very places they not only defend, but that they own.”

 

The World War II generation had a close connection to the parks, National Park Service Director John Jarvis said, because some military training was done there – such as when the 10th Mountain Division trained on Mount Ranier in Washington – and some places were reserved for a time only for returning service members and their families. Also, the federal government then made a push to improve the parks and add infrastructure for the returning warriors.

 

“If you talk to folks of that generation, they came back, had kids, got in the station wagon, and did the national park tours,” Jarvis said.

 

Officials hope today’s generation of troops and families make the same connections. And with national parks – 84 million acres of land and 4.5 million acres of oceans, lakes and reservoirs — in every state except Delaware, many are just a day trip, or less, away.

 

So, why wait? Play hooky on your Saturday chores, let the kids miss soccer practice, pry the electronics out of their hands, and hop in the SUV. Those mountain trails, battlefields, nature preserves and historic homes are just around the corner.

 

***  Defense Professionals Job Fair & Career Fair

Springfield, VA

Security Clearance REQUIRED for most jobs

Jun 15, 2012

Time: 10:00 – 15:00

 

http://intelligencecareers.com/careerfairs/index_careerevent.cfm?cfevid=259

 

***  National Ceremony in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War

 

The Secretary of Defense is hosting the National Announcement and Proclamation Ceremony for the Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Memorial Day, May 28, 2012.

These tickets are for the seating area directly in front of the Memorial.

Please see more information on the event below.

 

The following is taken from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Web site:

The Memorial Day 2012 ceremonies at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial will begin the national commemoration of the Vietnam War’s 50th anniversary.  The Department of Defense’s Office of Commemorations is working with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and National Parks Service for a special and inspiring ceremony to thank and honor America’s Vietnam veterans for their service, valor and sacrifice.

Details on the Memorial Day event follow,  and those planning to attend are asked to make plans early, as access to The Wall and seating will be limited

due to security preparations.

National Ceremony in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War

DATE: Monday, May 28, 2012

START TIME: 1:00 pm

LOCATION: Vietnam Veterans Memorial – Enter on Constitution Avenue

CLOSING: 3:30 pm

 

Unlike previous years, formal invitations are being sent by the Secretary of Defense to more than 2,000 Vietnam Veterans, Gold Star family members, wounded veterans, military and other local hospitals, as well as Congressional Vietnam veterans and distinguished guests.  Veteran Service Organizations that have an association with the Vietnam War, each branch of the Military Service, as well as the Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs and other governmental leaders have been asked to provide lists of Veterans to be invited.

It will be impossible to accommodate everyone who wishes to be present at the Memorial for the Memorial Day ceremony, but we are making arrangements to provide an additional viewing area on the knoll just to the East of the Wall, and within line of sight of the event.  In addition, attendees will be able to see the events unfold on large video screens at the site.

 

Security will be very restrictive. All  attendees, in either viewing area, will be required to pass through magnetometers. There will be additional restrictions on items that can be carried into the viewing areas. Bottled water or food, knives, weapons of any type, sharp metal objects, such as nail files, etc. will not be allowed past the security screening points.

 

Attendees will need to have a photo ID to pass through security.

 

Invited dignitaries include the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of Joint Chiefs, the Joint Chiefs, Senator Chuck Hagel (a Vietnam veteran) as well as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Secretary of the Interior and other cabinet officials.  Award winning actor and Vietnam era Army veteran, Tom Selleck, will serve as Master of Ceremonies. He will be joined by the Marine Corps Band and the Army Chorus. Other VIP guests include Medal of Honor recipients, General Barry R. McCaffrey, Jan Scruggs of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Fund and others who are or have relatives who are Vietnam veterans.

 

Veteran Service Organizations, Gold Star family members and military leaders will lay wreaths during the ceremony..  Taps and a moment of silence will follow the wreath laying. A fly-over by military aircraft will culminate this tribute to America’s Vietnam veterans and begin a series of nationwide commemorations.

 

The objective of this special ceremony in simple:

 

TO THANK AND HONOR THE SERVICE, VALOR AND SACRIFICE OF VIETNAM VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

 

For more information about the annual ceremonies at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, please contact VVMF at (202) 393-0090 or via e-mail at vvmf@vvmf.org.

 

***  Upcoming events:

 

May 23

New York, NY

Hudson River Aerial Display

 

May 23-30

New York, NY

NYC Fleet Week-1812 Celebration

 

May 26-27

Jones Beach, NY

Jones Beach Air Show

 

***  70th Battle of Midway Commemoration Dinner

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Army Navy Country Club, 1700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA

Dinner Speaker:

Dr. Craig Symonds,

Class of 1957 Distinguished Chair of Naval Heritage at the

United States Naval Academy and Author of

The Battle of Midway (Pivotal Moments in American History)

Other Special Guests Include:  CNO and MCPON

Cost to attend is $60 per person

 

Reception Begins 1800 Dinner at 1900

For more information or to register online http://www.midwaycommemoration.org

 

Sponsored by: Naval Historical Foundation, Naval Order of the United States, The United States Navy Memorial Foundation, Navy League of the United States, Surface Navy Association, Association of Naval Aviation, Association of the United States Navy and the Tailhook Association.

 

One other event being planned to commemorate the Battle of Midway. The Naval District Washington will host a wreath laying ceremony at the U.S. Navy Memorial on Monday, 4 June.

e: midwaydinnerdc@aol.com | w: www.midwaycommemoration.org

p: 703-960-6801

 

***  70th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea

 

The Battle of the Coral Sea ended.  It was the first of six battles between opposing aircraft carrier forces in the Pacific during World War II.

http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/events/wwii-pac/coralsea/coralsea.htm

 

***  From Rodger Dana:

 

Supporters pack Bremerton streets for 64th annual Armed Forces Day Parade

Read more: http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2012/may/19/supporters-pack-bremerton-streets-for-64th-armed/#ixzz1vUeM9EAj

 

http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2012/may/19/supporters-pack-bremerton-streets-for-64th-armed/

 

***  SNA GWC Spring Golf Tournament:

 

Please plan to join your friends and colleagues for a day of golf and networking at Surface Navy Association’s Annual Spring Golf Tournament Wednesday, May 30th, at Fort Belvoir, VA.  Online registration is now open. Please check SNA’s website at http://www.navysna.org/Events/Golf/2012SpringGolf/Index.htm .

 

Sponsorships are available on a first-come first-served basis and are also outlined on the website.  These sponsorships go quickly, so if interested, please fax in your requests for both the Spring and Fall Tournaments as soon as possible.  Also, please mark your calendars for the Fall Classic which will take place Wednesday, October 3rd.

Proceeds to aid the SNA Scholarship Fund.

 

***  From Robert Harris:

 

A Tribute to our Troops

Labor Day Weekend

September 1-2, 2012

St. Louis Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri

 

http://www.vfstl.com/

 

http://www.vfstl.com/schedule-of-events.html

 

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

 

1.)  Junior Cost Analyst, MCR Federal, Springfield, VA

 

MCR is the trusted leader in integrated program management solutions. For 35 years, we have provided objectivity, smart thinking and the highest levels of support to help our clients get the job done, and done right. Our vast experience and knowledgeable people are our greatest assets. Their subject matter expertise, commitment to excellence and the high quality of their work, combined with our full suite of services, allows our clients to accomplish their missions and support national priorities. Our corporate values are based on integrity, excellence, honesty, service and trust. It is through these values that we form long-term client partnerships, build expertise, and attract and retain talented employees. For more information about MCR, LLC career opportunities, please visit www.mcri.com.

 

Description of Duties:

 

Conduct a variety of cost analysis, life cycle cost estimating, and/or cost research tasks in support of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics (DASA-CE), using approved processes and tools to determine Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCEs), Independent Cost Estimate (ICE), Total Ownership Costs (TOC) and/or Economic Analysis for use in Investment Analysis, Analysis of Alternatives, Cost Analysis Requirements Description (CARD), and Business Case Analysis.  Develop cost estimates using a variety of techniques including modeling, parametric analysis, engineering estimates, learning curve, risk analysis, and cost estimating relationships.  Specific support activities will include the following areas:  cost benefit analysis, life cycle cost estimation, business case analysis, risk analysis, technical baseline development and cost, and technical data collection.

 

Work with other MCR and Government analysts to identify requirements and resolve issues.  Work requires the technical capability to assess the cost.  Support customer meetings and data collection efforts.  Prepare briefings, communicate status, and document results.

 

Requirements for the Position:

 

•Bachelor’s degree in Math, Economics, Statistics, Engineering, Operations Research, or Business.

• 0–3 years experience in data collection and cost analysis.

•Strong quantitative skills, particularly statistics and financial analysis.

•Data modeling experience.

•Ability to work well both independently, as well as part of a team effort.

•Proficient computer skills using Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and Statistical Software (SAS, SPSS, etc.).

•Strong interpersonal skills needed.

•Possess strong writing and verbal communication skills.

•US citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility for the required Government clearance (Secret).

•Must be available to travel as required.

 

Compensation

 

MCR, LLC’s compensation and benefits package is very competitive. It is designed to help employees meet varying needs throughout their careers and to reward employee’s skills, experience, and potential.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

MCR is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.  In addition, MCR participates in the DHS E-Verify program.    M/F/V/D

 

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1139

 

2.)  SUPERINTENDENT, MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC

https://my.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/315371000

 

3.)  Staff Analyst, Afghan Assessment Group (AAG), HQ ISAF, MCR, Kabul, Afghanistan

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1123

 

4.)  Training Instructor (Auto), Army Tank-Automotive and Armament Command (TACOM), n, MI

https://my.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/316887400

 

5.)  Corporate Communications, QinetiQ, Springfield, VA

https://careers-qinetiqna.icims.com/jobs/30089/job

 

6.)  Counterintelligence Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, VA

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/316929500

 

7.)  UAS Logistics Analyst, MCR, Huntsville, AL

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1130

 

8.)  Vice President, Communications, Business Executives for National Security, Washington, DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=110175130&aid=4292464

 

9.)  Medical/Scientific Writer, Trauma Infectious Disease Outcomes Study (TIDOS), Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program (IDCRP), Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences , Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD

 

Medical/Scientific writer to support the Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program (IDCRP), Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. The candidate will be assigned to the Trauma Infectious Disease Outcomes Study (TIDOS), an observational, longitudinal cohort study evaluating short- and long-term infectious complications of combat-related traumatic injury among military personnel. Primary study objectives include:epidemiology and risk factors for infectious complications; incidence and risk factors for treatment failure and anti-microbial resistance;epidemiology of multi-drug resistant organisms (MDRO) and clinical characteristics of MDRO-associated infectious complications; and molecular and genetic characteristics of microbial pathogens and factors associated with increased virulence.The selected candidate will assume a lead role in writing, editing and managing internal and external reports, abstracts for scientific meetings, and manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed medical journals. The selected candidate must have exceptional written and oral English language skills, prior experience in the review and utilization of medical literature, as well as the ability to work with multiple reviewers within a multi- disciplinary team to incorporate comments into successive drafts.

Responsibilities are as follows:

 

1. Reports to the TIDOS Principal Investigator and provides resource support to other members (e.g. Associate Investigators, project coordinator, clinical research microbiologist) of the TIDOS investigative team

 

2. Leads the preparation of internal and external reports, abstracts for scientific meetings and manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed medical journals, coordinates the dissemination of draft documents to co-authors and other investigators, and manages revision of documents using appropriate version control methods

 

3. Assists in the writing of new concepts, grant submissions, protocols and sub-studies in support of the TIDOS project

 

4. Assists program directors, program coordination center staff and study investigatorsto achieve the goals of the research program

 

Qualifications: B.S. required; Master’s degree (e.g. MS, MPH, MHS) in public health, clinical research or related field preferred; background in epidemiology and infectious diseases desirable. 2+years experience. Exceptional written and oral English language skills; demonstrated ability to communicate research findings in presentations, reports and publications (i.e. prior presentation and publication record);prior experience in the review and utilization of medical literature using standard search engines (e.g. PubMed); ability to work independently and communicate effectively in a multi- disciplinary team; strong knowledge of MS Word; careful attention to detail; ability to manage multiple projects and timelines; occasional travel may be required.

 

Organization Description: The IDCRP is a network of Department of Defense (DoD) clinical and research centers that focuses on the epidemiology, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases in the military.

 

http://cfusion.sph.emory.edu/PHEC/JobDetails.cfm?JobID=39099

 

10.)  Safety Engineer, Kaman Helicopters, Bloomfield, Connecticut

http://jobs.aviationtoday.com/jobseeker/job/10131925

 

11.)  Procurement Representative, Lockheed Martin, Seattle, WA

http://jobview.local-jobs.monster.com/Procurement-Representative-Job-Seattle-WA-US-109602333.aspx?ch=kitsapsun

 

12.)  Program Coordinator, Military Personnel Services Corp, Hartford, CT

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=JHS5QP6PBFLN9F38BMX

 

13.)  Program Analyst, Missile Defense Agency, Huntsville, AL

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/316885300

 

14.)  Sr. Supervising Engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, San Diego, CA

http://search0.smartsearchonline.com/pb/jobs/jobdetails.asp?job_number=15631

 

15.)  Senior Structural Engineer, STV Group, Douglassville, PA

https://www4.ultirecruit.com/STV1000/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*E542C0529B2E0073

 

16.)  Pipe Manager – Ship Building, Austal Usa, LLC, Mobile, AL

http://bit.ly/McXIpj

 

17.)  Analyst – Foreign Military Sales, Morgan Borszcz Consulting, Arlington, VA

https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=2296382

 

18.)  Engineering Support, Senior – Systems Integration, Belcan, WPAFB, OH

 

The contractor shall apply an understanding of GH and USN Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) weapon systems to assess quality of NATO AGS weapon system prime contractor work products and assess risks. The contractor shall assist in assessing the effectiveness and viability of the program’s prime contractor-developed engineering designs to resolve exportability issues. The contractor shall assist with monitoring engineering and configuration change activity on the USG program for applicability to the NATO AGS weapon system. The contractor shall apply an understanding of ISR UAV information assurance (IA) processes and activities to develop action plans, assist in IMP/IMS development, assess risks, and resolve issues. The contractor shall apply an understanding of Authority to Operate/Authority to Test, and AWC processes for UAVs, to assist with developing schedules, identifying risks, preparing and coordinating documentation, developing test requirements, and obtaining the necessary approvals in order to test and deliver the GH system to the international customer. The contractor shall coordinate with the program’s prime contractor and NATO customer to ensure flight test reports fully and adequately document the test results. The contractor shall possess or be able to obtain a NATO Secret clearance on the first day of the task order.

 

The contractor shall apply an understanding of GH architectures, GH radars, GH communications, and USN BAMS communications to assess quality of EH weapon system prime contractor work products, evaluate the technical needs, monitor hardware and software integrity, and to determine subsequent requirements associated with planned and conceptual changes to the airborne, ground station, and maintenance systems. The contractor shall assist in interpreting operational and technical requirements and determination of subsystem interfaces. The contractor shall support analysis of design trade-offs within limitations imposed by cost, priorities, schedules and other related program activities, and assess program requirements for reliability, maintainability, quality assurance, manufacturing, support equipment, spare parts, and configuration control. The contractor shall assist with examination of new technologies, developments, and concepts to assess their application to the EH weapon system. The contractor shall assist in communication of developments regarding the evolution of an acceptable and exportable system to allow organic mission planning. The contractor shall assist with monitoring engineering and configuration change activity on the USG program for applicability to the EH weapon system and maintaining the approved key management plan coordinating any necessary changes that may occur over the program lifecycle. The contractor shall assist in overseeing and coordinating frequency allocation and spectrum management. The contractor shall continually evaluate changes proposed for mitigating impacts of DMS and leverage recommendations for resolution of DMS derived from USG and BAMS solutions, as feasible. The contractor shall assist the program’s prime contractor in resolving export compliance issues and provide support for assuring the program meets required Enhanced End Use Monitoring (EEUM) provisions of the LOA. The contractor shall assist with continual assessment of the contractor’s engineering efforts as they relate to overall program schedule, performance progress, and resolution of the technical problems.

 

The contractor shall provide systems integration technical expertise to assist with the overall lifecycle architecture, design, development, integration, and configuration control to meet interoperability requirements for the ROK GH weapon system. The contractor shall assist in determining the basic configuration, suitability, foreign releasability/export compliance parameters and acceptability of ROK GH weapon system interoperability design solutions to include interoperability associated with the air vehicle, ground segment, communications systems, data exploitation systems, logistics, and future modernization programs in concert with the program’s prime contractor, USG, and customer operators, and other Government agencies as required. The contractor shall assist with the coordination of ROK GH weapon system interoperability requirements, applying an understanding of GH and USN BAMS weapon systems. The contractor shall assist with planning and coordination of site survey teams, technical interchange meetings, design reviews, test readiness reviews, configuration review boards, technical working groups, configuration audits, product acceptance reviews, reliability and maintainability working groups, interoperability working groups, and other working level meetings. The contractor shall assist in interface with GH operators and Air Combat Command planners to guide ROK GH activation/investment plans towards optimal joint interoperability actions. The contractor shall support mission development/CONOPS working groups, site activation/task force efforts, and participate in modernization working groups to assess out-year improvements that warrant consideration/cost-share. The contractor shall assist in assessing cost, schedule and technical performance of proposed interoperability solutions. The contractor shall participate in FMS case planning, coordination and execution throughout the acquisition and closeout/reconciliation phases, including active participation in joint development planning meetings for the follow-on ROK GH weapon system sustainment program. The contractor shall assist in writing and developing contract SOW documents and CDRLs and participate in contract proposal technical evaluations designed to govern the ROK GH FMS weapon systems procurement.

 

 

Requirements:   Two positions open (1)NATO AGS and (1)Euro Hawk.

Belcan is a leading provider of qualified personnel to many of the world’s most respected enterprises. We offer excellent opportunities for contract/temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct assignments in the technical, IT, professional, clerical, and light industrial fields. We are the employer of choice for thousands worldwide. Our overriding goal is to provide quality staffing solutions that help people, organizations, and communities succeed. Belcan is a team-driven Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.belcan.com.

https://belcanjobs.smartsearchonline.com/jobdetails.asp?current_page=38&&apply=yes&job_number=155305

 

19.)  Space Control Systems Engineer, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Socorro, New Mexico

https://www.ll.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3511

 

20.)  ENGINEER V, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Adelanto , CA

https://search9.smartsearchonline.com/asi/jobs/jobdetails.asp?current_page=1&job_number=12924

 

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