Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter
DEFCON 1 newsletter for March 6, 2019
Issue # 593
This edition of DEFCON 1 comes to you from Galveston, Texas.
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*** Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:
Mar 5-8 Galveston, Texas
Marc 14-15 Millington, TN
Marc 18-20 San Diego, CA
Mar 23-28 Yellowknife, Tuktoyaktuk, NWT; Resolute Bay, Nunavut
Mar 30-April 3 Dubai, UAE
April 9-11 Lowell, Mass.
April 19-25 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
April 29-30 Abu Dhabi, UAE
May 29-30 Ottawa, Canada
June 25-26 Lagos, Nigeria
Aug 5-7 Los Angeles, CA
Aug 21-23 San Diego, CA
Sept 4-6 Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 25-27 Kuwait City, Kuwait
*** 7th Annual Maritime Security East
March 5-7, 2019
*** Department of the Navy Forum for SBIR/STTR Transition (FST)
April 10-11, 2019. Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, Lowell, MA.
*** The 2019 winter edition of the Department of the Navy SBIR/STTR Transitions newsletter is now on-line. Click the link: https://navyfst.com/link/winter2019 to find out what is new in the DoN SBIR/STTR world.
*** Here are your DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:
*** From Melissa Arroyo-Funderburk:
Hope all is well. We got new, great jobs at www.kmjjenterprise.com. Thanks in advance.
Chief Diversity Officer
1.) Sales Engineer – eDiscovery, KMJJ Enterprise, Chicago, IL
The Sales Engineer is responsible for providing current and prospective eDiscovery clients with end-to-end technical sales consulting support over the course of the customer lifecycle – employing the Technology Stack (software and hardware configuration) and Architecture Best Practices to expertly craft/scope eDiscovery solutions based on the needs of the client environment. As the technical liaison between our external clients and the our internal eDSM (eDiscovery Support Management), Project Management, Client Services, and Procurement Departments, the Sales Engineer is charged with fully understanding customer requirements, delivering customized technical solutions, creating thorough/standardized technical documentation, and executing timely communication to ensure the seamless delivery of client proposals and post-implementation documentation. The Sales Engineer will additionally serve as the facilitator to the Architecture Review Board, work in communion with the Client Services Department, and report directly to the Head of Sales and Marketing. Full benefits.
2.) Director of Sales & Business Development, KMJJ Enterprise, Chicago, IL
The Director of Sales & Business Development is responsible for developing, implementing, and executing an aggressive, comprehensive external sales plan that targets and ultimately on-boards new, organic business partners and grows revenue for the organization. The Director is focused on maintaining and establishing long-term, business and strategic partnerships in the eDiscovery industry specifically targeting Legal and Financial enterprises on a global scale. The Director is also responsible for managing the operations of the in-house sales support staff made up of Account Mangers, Sales Engineers and Sales Operation Specialists The Director will serve on the leadership team, manage the Client Services Department, and report directly to the Vice President of Strategy & Business Operations. Full benefits and Bonus.
3.) Cloud Computing Systems Engineer III, KMJJ Enterprise, Offutt AFB, NE
The high-level IT architectures for United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) which IT support contractors must conform with. Create IT Roadmaps and Integrated Master Plans in accordance with the USSTRATCOM’s IT Strategic Plan. Conduct evaluations on the end results of IT projects or IT services provided by internal or external entities for their ability to meet stated project objectives. Provide recommendations in the prioritization of IT projects requiring engineering resources. Assist Government PM with developing Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) and Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) estimates for engineering projects. Review technical solutions with regard to completeness, costs, schedules and performances as well as integration with current architecture and alignment with IT Roadmaps. Develop and present decision briefs concerning optimal courses of actions on how best to address problems requiring IT engineering resources. Research and present recommendations on how the command can best leverage emerging technologies to be incorporated in to IT Roadmaps.
*** From Frank Kolinie:
4.) Senior .NET Developer, United States Fleet Forces Command (USFF), Professional Software Engineering, Inc. (PROSOFT), Norfolk VA
5.) Unity Developer / Programmer, Naval Information Warfare Centers, Professional Software Engineering, Inc. (PROSOFT), Charleston SC
6.) UX/UI Developer, Naval Information Warfare Centers, Professional Software Engineering, Inc. (PROSOFT), Charleston SC
7.) Corporate Communications and Marketing Specialist, Tulk LLC, Springfield, VA
8.) Capability Engineering Specialist for Geospatial Technology, Tulk LLC, Springfield, VA
9.) Air Dominance Air Warfare Engineer, McKean Defense, Port Hueneme, CA
10.) Senior Systems Engineer – Afloat Networks, Cabrillo Technologies, , McKean Defense, San Diego, CA
11.) Navy Modernization and Metrics Development Subject Matter Expert, McKean Defense, Washington, District of Columbia
12.) Air Warfare Specialist, SimIS Inc., Norfolk, VA
13.) Jr. Engineer/Analyst II, SimIS Inc., Stafford, VA
14.) Software Engineer IV – V (Cloud and Web SW Engineer SME), SimIS Inc., Orlando, FL
15.) ISR SME, ManTech, Hampton, VA
16.) LOGISTICS ANALYST, SENIOR PRINCIPAL, ManTech, Crane, Indiana
17.) MAINTENANCE MONITOR- HMX/VMX, ManTech, Patuxent River
18.) P-8/P-3 Aviation Warfare Operator (AW) Acoustic, SSE plc, Jacksonville, FL
19.) Advanced Engineering Technician, General Dynamics Mission Systems, Kings Bay, GA
20.) Bluefin Robotics Marine Operations Technical Manager, Autonomous Undersea Systems (AUS), General Dynamics Mission Systems, Quincy, Mass.
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