DEFCON 1 Newsletter for April 3, 2013


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Register now to attend the 2013 Sea-Air-Space Exposition – the premiere exposition for the U.S. Sea Services – from April 8 – 10 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in the National Harbor.

http://www.seaairspace.org/

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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON 1 Newsletter for April 3, 2013

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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.

 

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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.)  Maritime Capabilities Integration SME, MCR, Springfield, VA

2.)  Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic – C-Call M3B/M4B, L-3 Communications, Waco, Texas

3.)  Director- Business Development (Defense Intel), General Dynamics Information Technology, Fairfax, VA

4.)  Aircraft Mechanic (F-18), DynCorp International, PATUXENT RIVER, MD

5.)  Flight Instructor (Pilot), Rated Crew Member (RCM) Standardization Pilot (SP) Program, DynCorp International, PATRICK AFB

6.)  Systems Engineer, Launch Systems Division, Space Development and Test Directorate, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center’s (SMC), MCR, Albuquerque, NM

7.)  U30-Aircraft Mech JSD/F-18, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Edwards, CA

8.)  Computer Network Defense Engineer, The Mitre Corporation, McLean, VA

9.)  LiDAR Data Analyst, Airborne 1, El Segundo, CA

10.)  Senior Logistician, C-27J program, MCR, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

11.)  Senior Project Manager, government client, offered through The District Communications Group (The DC Group), Washington, DC

12.)  Vice President, Department of Defense Market, Armed Forces Benefit Association, Alexandria, VA

13.)  COMPUTER ENGINEER, AST-SOFTWARE SYSTEMS, Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Hampton, VA

14.)  Military & Government Affairs Specialist, The American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA), Alexandria, Virginia

15.)  MS SQL Server Database Administrator (Database Administrator 3), Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

16.)  Senior Systems Engineer – Space / Satellite, DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation, Alexandria, VA

17.)  Principal Engineer – Weapons Design & Integration, IOMAX USA, Inc., Mooresville, NC

18.)  GENERAL ENGINEER (NUCLEAR WEAPONS), Air Force Acquisition, Air Force Materiel Command, Kirtland AFB, NM

19.)  Electrical Engineer, Bokler Systems Corp., Huntsville, AL

 

***  Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (the Blue Angels) seeking highly motivated Navy and Marine Corps enlisted and officer applicants

 

…and more!

 

***  Upcoming events:

 

 

***  2013 Sea-Air-Space Exposition

 

Attend the 2013 Sea-Air-Space Exposition – the premiere exposition for the U.S. Sea Services – from April 8 – 10 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in the National Harbor.

http://www.seaairspace.org/

 

***  11th Annual Maritime Homeland Security Summit

 

April 29 – May 01, 2013 – Baltimore, Maryland, United States

 

The Latest in Maritime Domain Awareness and Security

 

http://www.maritimehssummit.com/

 

***  Ned’s upcoming travel (subject to uncertainty):

 

April 29-30 – May 1           Baltimore, MD

May 10-19                           Singapore

June 3-5                               Ettlingen, Germany

 

***  Intelligent Ships Symposium (ISS) X

 

May 22-23, 2013

University of Pennsylvania Annenberg Center

ISS X Home

 

ISS is a biennial event which provides a forum for the military, government, academia, and industry to come together to discuss technology initiatives that provide solutions to current and future needs of the U.S. Navy.

 

SeaPerch Golf Scramble

The ASNE Intelligent Ships Symposium Committee will host the first annual SeaPerch Golf Scramble on Tuesday, May 21 at the Valleybrook Country Club. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

 

Have a question about ISS X? Contact ASNE at (703) 836-6727 or meetings@navalengineers.org.

 

American Society of Naval Engineers

1452 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

Ph: (703) 836-6727        Fax: (703) 836-7491

www.navalengineers.org

 

http://cl.exct.net/?qs=40411ad1cfceb94d3b6e7425f348bac39cb48d16762fa6b07c2275dea610a7b6

 

https://www.navalengineers.org/events/individualeventwebsites/ISS2013/Pages/ASNELandingPage.aspx

 

***  A clearer landing:

High-resolution Radar Can Help Guide Helicopter Pilots Back to the Ship

By Edward Lundquist

Seapower magazine April 2013

http://www.seapower-digital.com/seapower/201304#pg48

 

 

***  Training Aggressively

Modeling and Simulation Expose Maritime Security Vulnerabilities

By Edward Lundquist

Seapower magazine April 2013

 

http://www.seapower-digital.com/seapower/201304#pg66

 

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

 

1.)  Maritime Capabilities Integration SME, MCR, Springfield, VA

 

Description

 

THE COMPANY

 

MCR is the trusted leader in integrated program management solutions. For 36 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:

 

• Review, comment and recommend concurrence or non-concurrence with Initial Capabilities Documents, Capability Development Documents, Capability Production Documents, Capstone Requirements Documents, C4 Intel Support Plans and Information Support Plans.

 

• Coordinate document reviews, staff out to appropriate NGA reviewers, consolidate and edit submission, update tracking databases.

 

• Review and respond to a wide range of DoD and Intelligence Community planning documents and warfare system concepts to ensure consistency in NGA and National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG) strategies, methodologies, and policies.

 

• Review business process, military transformation, NGA transformation, MERIT and TENCAP entries, and modernization planning documents to ensure synchronization in future warfare systems’ geospatial intelligence needs across NGA and the DOD

 

• Provide analyses to identify capability shortfalls or redundancies and compare alternatives for improving joint warfighting capabilities.

 

• Analyze and integrate new concepts and weapon systems with existing planning efforts, and modify and/or formalize new concepts, experiments and demonstrations to ensure horizontal and vertical integration throughout NGA and InnoVision on the programs involved.

 

• Provide analyses, recommendations and review options for providing capabilities, including evaluation of alternatives, impacts and constraints in order to improve NGA’s ability to satisfy future warfare systems geospatial requirements.

 

• Perform staff work to include assisting in the development of alternatives, prototypes, evaluations, briefings and internal office work breakdown structures to support office requirements and office process improvement.

 

• Track JCIDS-related meetings:  JROC, JCB, FCB and coordinate MRF attendance.

 

• Develop and present briefings, attend meetings, and make substantive contributions to DOD integrated process team acquisition meetings.

 

• Coordinate changes to MRF internal and external website (SBU, SIPRNet/Copper, NGANet).

 

• Develop and deliver other appropriate papers, analytical studies, reports, or other oral and/or written communications.

 

• Provide input as requested to the Weekly Activity Report describing significant events.

 

• Provide other support functions required to efficiently operate the business affairs of the Office.  Assist Office staff in  recording, tracking, and reporting status of action items.

 

Requirements for the Position:

 

• Bachelor’s degree.

 

• 10 years relevant experience.

 

• Knowledge of the US Military to include expertise in future and emerging warfare system.

 

• Understanding and application of GEOINT across DoD.

 

• Ability to operate in a high visibility and fast-paced environment while able to liaison across NGA, DoD, OSD, AT&L, NII and the COCOMs.

 

• Knowledge of the US Military to include expertise in future and emerging warfare systems.

 

• Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment on a number of simultaneous issues in support of NGA objectives.

 

• Knowledge of the NGA Maritime Safety Office mission, structure and key positions.

 

• Proficiency with Microsoft tools (Word Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).

 

• Knowledge of Maritime processes and products such as Digital Nautical Chart, Tactical Ocean Data, Notice to Mariners and associated publications.

 

• US Citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance (TS/SCI). Must have an active TS/SCI Clearance.

Desired Skills

 

Working knowledge of NGA organization and mission, products and support.

 

Knowledge of the Defense Acquisition process.

 

Proficiency with Sharepoint.

 

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://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1452

 

2.)  Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic – C-Call M3B/M4B, L-3 Communications, Waco, Texas

https://l3com.taleo.net/careersection/l3_ext_us/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=304176

 

3.)  Director- Business Development (Defense Intel), General Dynamics Information Technology, Fairfax, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=33327782

 

4.)  Aircraft Mechanic (F-18), DynCorp International, PATUXENT RIVER, MD

https://dyncorp.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=16087

 

5.)  Flight Instructor (Pilot), Rated Crew Member (RCM) Standardization Pilot (SP) Program, DynCorp International, PATRICK AFB

https://dyncorp.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=129002

 

6.)  Systems Engineer, Launch Systems Division, Space Development and Test Directorate, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center’s (SMC), MCR, Albuquerque, NM

 

In support of the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center’s (SMC) Space Development and Test Directorate, Launch Systems Division, individual will be involved with the development and maintenance of Rocket Systems Launch Programs (RSLP) Systems Engineering processes and plans.  RSLP stores and maintains the DoD’s Excess Ballistic Missile (XBM) fleet to maintain launch readiness in support of small launch programs.  Duties will include providing analytical and systems engineering input to develop and maintain RSLP’s Configuration Management Process.  Individual will also support the development and maintenance of RSLP’s Risk Management process.  This includes managing RSLP risks in Active Risk Manager (ARM) and updating and documenting Risk Management Lessons Learned.  Update and review RSLP policies and Operating Instructions (OI).  Support Feasibility Assessments on Sounding Rocket Destruct System or other ordnance train items for rocket motors or launch vehicles.  Support Trade studies on Ballistic Missile Guidance, Electronics and Propulsion technologies.  Individual will be functioning in an integrated team environment cooperating with the military, civilian, Federally Funded Research & Development Center FFRDC), and Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) government personnel.

 

Requirements for the Position:

 

•Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Science, or Mathematics.  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

•7 years relevant experience.

•Applicants must have an understanding of DoD Systems Engineering Principles and Policies.

•Must have experience with defining Department of Defense customer needs

•Ability to lead systems engineering tasks.

•Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to brief senior military leadership.

•Proficient with using Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).

•US Citizenship is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and retain the designated Government clearance. Must be able to obtain an Interim and final Secret Clearance.

 

http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1450

 

7.)  U30-Aircraft Mech JSD/F-18, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Edwards, CA

https://csc.taleo.net/careersection/cscexternalcareersite/jobdetail.ftl?job=13002DJ

 

8.)  Computer Network Defense Engineer, The Mitre Corporation, McLean, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=33330252

 

9.)  LiDAR Data Analyst, Airborne 1, El Segundo, CA

 

Position Performs high quality data processing tasks including the processing, management, manipulation and archiving of LiDAR data. Writing reports and generating documents to support the validity of lidar data is required. May handle complex projects. Significant hands-on experience and familiarity with the Optech ALTM series of instruments and the REALM software package would be definite assets.

 

To Apply If interested in this position, please respond with a copy of your resume or CV to employment@airborne1.com and indicate the position you are applying for. Please include your desired salary or wage range. Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. ABSOLUTELY NO CALLS.

 

http://www.airborne1.com/lidar_employment.html

 

10.)  Senior Logistician, C-27J program, MCR, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1454

 

***  From Adam Clampitt:

 

11.)  Senior Project Manager, government client, offered through The District Communications Group (The DC Group), Washington, DC

 

My firm is looking to hire a Senior Project Manager to sit onsite at one of our government clients in downtown DC. The role would be to oversee a marketing/communications project for the agency’s Office of Public Affairs, with a medium sized team to manage. 10+ years experience and being a Reserve/Retired/Former PAO would be a huge bonus, so I figured I would message all of you to see if you knew anyone that might be interested. If so, can you send them my way? It’s a high-profile gig, great salary (GS-14/15 equivalent) and benefits.

 

Best,

Adam

adam.clampitt@thedc-group.com

 

12.)  Vice President, Department of Defense Market, Armed Forces Benefit Association, Alexandria, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=33310402

 

13.)  COMPUTER ENGINEER, AST-SOFTWARE SYSTEMS, Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Hampton, VA

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/340458300

 

14.)  Military & Government Affairs Specialist, The American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA), Alexandria, Virginia

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=25739

 

15.)  MS SQL Server Database Administrator (Database Administrator 3), Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

https://jobs.lanl.gov/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?OAFunc=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&p_svid=17932&p_spid=787172

 

16.)  Senior Systems Engineer – Space / Satellite, DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation, Alexandria, VA

http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=DAC&cws=1&rid=806

 

17.)  Principal Engineer – Weapons Design & Integration, IOMAX USA, Inc., Mooresville, NC

https://www.smartrecruiters.com/IOMAXUSAInc/71731565-principal-engineer-weapons-design-amp-integration

 

18.)  GENERAL ENGINEER (NUCLEAR WEAPONS), Air Force Acquisition, Air Force Materiel Command, Kirtland AFB, NM

http://jobs.afacquisitioncareers.com/us/new-mexico/general-engineering/jobid3436326-general-engineer-(nuclear-weapons)

 

19.)  Electrical Engineer, Bokler Systems Corp., Huntsville, AL

http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Bokler-Systems-Corp./jobs/Electrical-Engineer-4cbd52e91da778d1

 

***  Blue Angels Application Deadline Nears

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrea Perez, Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs

MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) — The Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, is seeking highly motivated Navy and Marine Corps enlisted and officer applicants, officials said March 26.

“The mission of the Blue Angels is to enhance recruiting and credibly represent the Navy and Marine Corps to the United States and around the world,” said Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic (AW) Brian Williamson, Blue Angels detailer, Navy Personnel Command (NPC).

Enlisted Sailors in the following ratings and pay grades are encouraged to apply:

– Aviation Maintenance Administrationman, E-5
– Aviation Machinist’s Mate, E-4 and E-5
– Aviation Electrician’s Mate, E-4 and E-5
– Aviation Support Equipment Technician, E-5
– Aviation Electronics Technician (AT), E-4 and E-5
– Aviation Structural Mechanic, E-4 and E-5
– Aviation Ordinanceman, E-5
– Aircrew Survival Equipmentman, E-5
– Mass Communication Specialist, E-4 and E-5
– Logistics Specialist (LS), E-5 and E-6
– Yeoman (YN), E-6

Williamson said pay grade substitutions are very limited. Sailors outside of these pay grades who are interested in submitting an application should contact their rating detailer for further information.

Applications are also being accepted for an AT senior chief petty officer, and chief petty officers in the LS and YN ratings.

The Blue Angels will also select officers for the following positions:

– Three F/A-18 demonstration pilots (Navy and Marine Corps pilots are encouraged to apply) (2015-2017 show seasons)
– One Marine Corps C-130 demonstration pilot (2015-2017 show seasons)
– One administrative officer (2014-2015 show seasons)
– One supply officer (2014-2015 show seasons)
– One public affairs officer (2014-2015 show seasons)

Williamson said applicants will spend about five days working with the Blue Angels either at a show site or in their homeport of Pensacola, Fla. After all applicants have been interviewed, the team will gather together to make final selections.

According to NAVADMIN 354/12, personnel selected for this unique and demanding duty represent the hundreds of thousands of Sailors and Marines serving throughout the U.S. and abroad. Applicants must meet certain requirements to be considered for duty with the Blue Angels and waivers are not normally considered.

“The Blue Angels’ training is pretty rigorous,” said Williamson. “Although each selected applicant is highly specialized in their own job field, there’s a lot of cross-training that takes place. Newly hired enlisted team members spend about the first 90 days that they’re attached to the Blue Angels doing all the cross-training, and as soon as the training is complete, that’s when they receive their Blue Angels crest.”

The squadron deploys every year to Naval Air Facility El Centro in Southern California from January to early March for winter training. The show season starts in mid-March and ends with a homecoming air show aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola later in the year.

Because the team is a deployable squadron homeported in the U.S. and requires members to operate away from their permanent duty station in excess of 150 days per year, it is considered a Type 2 Sea Duty for rotational purposes.

During the show season, the team performs at an air show almost every week, but only about 45 members of the nearly 130 member squadron travels to any one show site, so all personnel do not travel every week, said Williamson.

The required obligated service for enlisted personnel is 36 months. Navy officers must have completed one operational fleet tour and pilots are required to stay on active duty for two years after completing their assignment with the Blue Angels.

Enlisted personnel with a projected rotation date of September 2013 through April 2014 are eligible, but others may apply with command and detailer approval. Navy officer applicants are required to contact their detailer or monitor prior to applying to ensure adequate timing to complete a two- or three-year tour without impacting career milestones.

Enlisted applications must be postmarked no later than May 1. Final selections will be made in June. Personnel selected will usually detach from their present command in October and report in early November.

Officer applications should be submitted, per CNATRAINST 1301.4H, no later than April 30.
Final selections will be made in July.

Complete application procedures and requirements are provided in NAVADMIN 354/12 (enlisted) and NAVADMIN 022/13 (officer). CNATRAINST 1301.4H contains further guidance for officer applicants.

Marine Corps applicant eligibility requirements can be found in MARADMIN 676/12.

“Applicants do not necessarily have to have F/A-18 experience to apply for the Blue Angels,” said Williamson. “Every season we hire Sailors from helicopter backgrounds, and O-level (organizational) and I-level (intermediate) technicians. We just hire stellar Sailors and Marines who want to represent the Navy and Marine Corps team.”

Special Program detailers assign Sailors to more than 20 special programs Navy-wide, including recruit division commander duty and recruiting duty, service on the USS Constitution or the USS Arizona Memorial, and assignment to the Navy Ceremonial Guard. MILPERSMAN 1306-900 contains a complete list of special programs available.

For more information, read MILPERSMAN 1306-919 and visit the Blue Angles’ website at www.blueangels.navy.mil.

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

For more news from Navy Personnel Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/npc/.

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