Saturday, September 12, 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 12 Sep 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 12 Sep 2009
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Use the info provided in the job notice to apply.

1. Bomber crewmembers, ICBM crewmembers, Cruise Missile Programmer, Aircrew Life Support, Helo Maintenance, Helo Operators, Treaty SMEs (Barksdale AFB, LA)
2. Facilities Management Specialist (Lexington, KY, Knoxville, TN and Orlando, FL)
3. ESRI Authorized Trainer (Camp Lejeune, NC)
4. GIS Developer/Analyst (New Orleans, LA)
5. GIS Developer/Analyst (New Orleans, LA)
6. Environmental Protection Specialist (Chicago, IL)
7. Civil Engineer (Denton, TX)
8. Employment Opportunities at Craig Technologies (Numerous; various locations)
9. Senior Intel Analyst (CONUS-LA)
10. Identity Operations Manager – Biometrics (Germany)
11. Project Manager at Fort Knox, KY
12. Joint Training Facilitation Specialist Positions in Tampa Fl
13. IT Project Manager (DC)
14. Department of Transportation Senior Intelligence Analyst (DC)
15. Criminal Justice Curriculum Development and Training Specialist (DC)



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1. Urgent Needs (Barksdale AFB, LA)
Bomber MX (B-2), Bomber Crewmembers (B-2), ICBM Crewmembers, ICBM MX, Cruise Missile Programmers, Aircrew Life Support, Helo MX, Helo Operators, People with International Treaty experience, particularly START.
Send your resume ASAP to ken_barker@athenatechservices.com and include your security clearance, availability date, and salary range.

2. Subject: Open Positions - Facilities Management Specialist

Aleut Northwest Services, ANWS, has an opening for a Facilities Management
Specialist in Lexington, KY, Knoxville, TN and Orlando, FL. I have attached
a job description to outline the job duties and responsibilities. If you
know of anyone interested in the position, please have them submit an
application to our web site at: http://www.aleutnws.com and hit the careers
link.


ANWS is an equal opportunity employer. Females, minorities and veterans are
encouraged to apply.



Gina Moorehead

HR Specialist

Aleut Management Services, LLC

5520 Tech Center Drive

Colorado Springs, CO 80919

719-593-5595

www.aleutmgt.com

Our Service Today, Tomorrow's Benchmark!
Job Specification Form


Job Title: Facility Management Specialist
Department: Operations
Reports To: Project Manager
FLSA Status: Exempt 0 Non-Exempt X0



JOB SUMMARY (what must be accomplished and equipment used to perform job functions such as computers, tools, machines, materials, etc.)
Serve as Facility Management Specialist for USAR Centers and/or training facilities.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (duties and responsibilities and percentage of time spent performing functions).
Coordination
Meets with major unit commanders, facility managers and/or USAR Center Boards to determine collective requirements and feasibility of requests. Recommends solutions to the FAST Chief (QAR), which may be modifications of original planning, compromises, or accommodations to meet varying unit demands. Frequently travels to the reserve centers to provide technical assistance on construction, maintenance, repair, improvements, expansion, and renovation on facilities within the command. Interprets regulations, directives, and policies pertaining to facility engineering; prepares recommendations for the FAST Chief (QAR) on implementation of policies; and ensures projects include regulatory, procedural, and technical considerations in the remodeling and expansion of various types of facilities to include: land areas, construction, security alarms, intrusion alarm systems, painting, structural repairs, changes to buildings, electrical installations, removal or correction of safety faults, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, kitchen and dining facilities, roof maintenance, buildings and ground maintenance, leasing actions, landscaping, parking facilities, rifle ranges and storage areas, etc. Meets with Project Review Boards, center personnel and contractors to present and classify projects and discuss related problems and priorities.

Facility Inspection Program
Inspects facilities to determine state of repair and requirements for immediate or long-range projects, ensures data is formulated for incorporation in to the 81st RSC DPW Facility Annual Management Plan. Upon return from TDY, contractor will provide the FAST Chief (QAR) and DCS, DPW with a trip report that includes: date and time of visit, who attended, all findings, any new requirements identified, and any other issues that need to be addressed. Contractor will also incorporate unfunded requirements into RISER system and update any required changes identified during inspection. Initiates request for minor, new construction or major repairs such as improving parking areas modifying facilities storage areas, remodeling administrative areas, making structural or roof repairs. Forwards request to the FAST Chief (QAR) for approval. Reviews operational issues of Reserve Center(s); determines appropriate use, costs incurred, identifies impact of other uses of the Center(s), and documents requests for use by non-tenants. Develops proposed annual and long-range preventive maintenance program for each Center (s) to include: identifying requirements, monitoring maintenance schedules (i.e., contract, installations, or maintenance team), and provide to FAST Chief (QAR). Perform Facility Assessments and completes Installation Status Report for each facility (due date established by Higher Headquarters, typically end of 2nd quarter of FY). Provide detailed monthly report of each facilities status to FAST Chief (QAR) and DCS, DPW. Complete/Update RISER work order for each Red or Amber item identified for facilities. Develops proposed ISR Corrective Action Plans within 6 days of each completed ISR to correct red and amber items in accordance with DCS, DPW funding priorities and provides to FAST Chief (QAR) for approval.

Database Management
Input, update, and maintain work orders in the RISER database. Maintain budget database to ensure it is accurate and all funds are tracked. The support shall be provided throughout the performance period as required and include developing a spreadsheet to track Project Status. FAST Chief (QAR) will ensure accuracy of data.

Project Management
Schedule, track, and inspect projects and provide, by facility, monthly status reports to include: all sustainment, repair and maintenance (SRM) actions and projects. Report will be provided to FAST Chief (QAR) and DCS, DPW NLT the 3rd business day from the end of each month.

Maintenance and Repair
Identify all facility maintenance requirements, assist FAST Team in addressing and prioritizing requirements, and following up to ensure that facility maintenance, repair, and alteration actions are executed in a timely manner in accordance with command priorities and applicable laws and regulations. Establish and maintain center maintenance and repair files for each facility. Notify DCS, DPW HQ of emergency service needs. Maintain a copy of all keys to each facility.

Scopes of Work
Provide technical expertise for facility management and prepare detailed scopes of work, designs, government estimate, and specification to correct problems at the facilities.

Service Contracts
Determines needs and makes recommendations to the FAST Chief (QAR) for service contracts. Monitors service contracts for facility support such as utilities, grounds maintenance, custodial services, and equipment maintenance. Updates service contract performance work statement and frequency schedule for each facility during the 3rd and 4th quarter of the fiscal year. The contractor monitors work performance, and ensures contract compliance by examining goods or services provided. Identify problems, determines category of work, and determines if emergency or regular action. Submits engineering work requests for services (maintenance, repair, new construction, self-help projects, equipment installation, and troop engineer projects); prioritizes work requests and verifies work completion. Ensure that all required dd250’s are completed for the facility and forwarded DCS, DPW prior to due date. Report any problems in service maintenance contracts to FAST Chief (QAR) and DCS, DPW immediately. The contractor will provide FAST Chief (QAR) and DCS, DPW a monthly Service Contract Status report for each of their facilities within their area of responsibility and update the Service Contract performance work statement and frequency schedule 60 days prior to contract end date.

Local Contractors
Establish and maintain a list of local contractors and servicemen, e.g., plumbers, electricians, locksmiths, carpenters, heating/air conditioning and general contractors.

MCAR
Attend MCAR planning and design meetings as required. Provide periodic inspections and reports to DCS, DPW during construction phase, as required.

Space Utilization
Complete space utilization survey for each facility and identify exclusive, storage, and common areas assigned to facility and tenants. Provide copy to DCS, DPW. Assist DCS, DPW with the assignment of space and the relocation of unit personnel as required.

Safety and Fire Prevention
Ensure facilities are maintained in accordance with all safe/occupational health and fire regulations. Review all safety and fire inspection reports and provide corrective action plan to DCS, DPW.




QUALIFICATIONS (what is required to perform the job, i.e. education, experience,
skills, etc.)
Experience in facilities management, preparation of detail scope of work, and design work. Knowledge of fire inspection codes, ability to monitor work performance, ability to develop annual and long range preventative maintenance programs.



EDUCATION (minimum necessary to perform job satisfactorily)
High School Graduate/GED: X
0 Associate’s Degree
Minor Major
0 Bachelor’s Degree:
Minor Major
0 Master’s Degree:
Minor Major
0 Graduate Degree:
Minor Major
Other: Trade School, Specialty Studies, Training, etc.:




CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
None.


WORK EXPERIENCE (minimum experience required to perform job satisfactorily; may include preferred/desired experience):
Two years or previous facilities experience.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES (requirements to perform job satisfactorily, i.e. basic computer or math skills, or specific software knowledge, 10-key/calculator skills, or ability to read and write English, or ability to reason/problem solve, etc.):
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and positive interpersonal skills. Basic level proficiency with MS Office software.






PHYSICAL DEMANDS (demands that are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential job functions of this job, i.e., percentage of time employee must lift, stand, sit, climb, stoop, reach, hear, etc.):
Ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds is desired. Ability to climb ladders is necessary for the successful troubleshooting of the facility. Must be physically capable of sitting, standing, climbing, bending, and stooping. Must physically capable of traveling. Must have ability to maintain assigned work hours. Must have sufficient endurance to perform tasks over long periods of time.



WORK ENVIRONMENT (characteristics that are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job, i.e. environmental factors such as noise levels, temperature, ventilation, lighting, safety hazards, etc.):
The environment will be both inside the facility in the office at a computer and outside in the elements. Majority of the time will be in a general office environment, but the remainder will be outside doing inspection of the facility.



SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
None.
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3. ESRI Authorized Trainer (Camp Lejeune, NC)

Required Skills Exp (Mos.) Comments
Access 2000 48
Excel 7.0 48
GIS 48 ESRI Authorized Trainer required.
MS Word 7.0 48
Outlook 98 48
Power Point (PC) 48

Degree Type Major Required Preferred
Bachelor GIS, Geography, Engineering, Science, or equivalent


Bachelor Any



Qualifications:
•U.S. Secret Clearance REQUIRED
•ESRI Authorized Trainer required
•Must have ESRI GIS teaching experience
•2 yrs exp. developing, leading, managing, administering and/or executing an Enterprise GIS Trng Prgm
•4-6 yrs proven proficiency with ESRI software (ArcGIS, ArcSDE, etc.) incl data processing exp (conversions, projections, standards, metadata)
•Understanding of spatial data standards such as SDSFIE & Database Design •Ability to develop and deliver high-quality trng prgms including strong public presentation skills •Exp developing, updating, and/or maintaining a training curriculum, syllabus, and other trng materials to meet trng objectives
•Ability to compile lessons-learned and recommendations for updating trng curriculum and supporting materials •Exceptional interpersonal skills for a trusted, credible client&team rapport.
Responsibilities:
•Full-time on-site Education &Training Coord for the US Marine Corps' (USMC) East Region installation geo. information and svcs (GEOFidelis) prgm at Camp Lejeune (Jacksonville, NC)
•Plan, coordinate, and admin trng prgm content, materials, schedules, logistics, etc •Analyze, develop, and document USMC East Reg trng rqmts, prepare/update trng matls and user guides, and help promote prgm awareness •Develop/Administer a comprehensive trng prgm related to GIS and implementation across the USMC’s East Region installations •Develop and deploy a trng prgm providing overall general awareness of the geo capabilities provided by the USMC GEOFidelis-East prgm incl. detailed, hands-on trng •Primary responsibility is ensuring org effectiveness by providing educ, trng, and enhanced awareness for the org's geo vision, policies, processes, and procedures •Create and manage trng prgm content on the org's SharePoint website •Teach classroom-based ESRI ArcGIS I and II courses at client site

NextGen Information Services, is a premier consulting and permanent placement organization focused on hiring talented Information Technology professionals. We offer flexible hiring options which may include W-2 hourly, Salary, 1099, Corp. to Corp. and Direct Hire opportunities.

For immediate consideration, please send a resume to hollyw@nextgen-is.com with
1953 ERSI Authorized Trainer in the subject line.

Holly B. White
NextGen Information Services
hollyw@nextgen-is.com
www.nextgen-is.com
NextGen is one of America's fastest-growing companies - Inc. 500 Magazine

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4. GIS Developer/Analyst (New Orleans, LA)

Required Skills Exp (Mos.) Comments
Access 2000 48
Excel 7.0 48
GIS 48
MS Word 7.0 48
Outlook 98 48
Power Point (PC) 48

Degree Type Major Required Preferred
Bachelor GIS, Geography, Engineering, Science, or equivalent


Bachelor Any



Qualifications:
•U.S. Secret Clearance REQUIRED
•4-6 yrs proven proficiency with ESRI software (ArcGIS, ArcSDE, etc.) incl data processing exp (conversions, projections, standards, metadata)
•Understanding of spatial data standards such as SDSFIE & Database Design
•GPS equipment use (e.g, Trimble GeoXH) and field data collection exp
•Exp w/data conversion from CAD to GIS, spatial database development and maint •Demonstrated exp in industry standard GIS software
•Knowledge of web-GIS environments
•Exp w/engineering activities and related GIS data maint and mgmt in a geodatabase environment •Exp w/ application of GIS in a site mgmt/facility mgmt setting
•Ability to network within an organization, positive attitude, clear communication, strong client interface skills (people-person w/interpersonal skills), capable of handling challenging tasks/solve problems •Able to work remotely, self-starting, self-managing
Responsibilities:
•Full-time on-site GIS Developer/Analyst (junior-to-mid-level) for the US Marine Corps' (USMC) Reserves installation geospatial information and services (GEOFidelis) program in New Orleans, LA
•Assist with coordination of USMC GEOFidelis (enterprise installation GIS capability) adoption, data collection and analysis, and mapping
•Perform data collection and development using GPS and/or feature extraction techniques •Perform GIS data maintenance and management and associated activities for the installation
•Technical consultant/advisor to the client regarding geospatial information management best practices and emerging technologies
•Provide limited GIS/GPS instruction to customers
•Interact with functional business process owners to assess their geospatial data/system usage needs and/or potential; help increase functional business process owner capability usage and system interaction through a basic-to-complex phased rollout

NextGen Information Services, is a premier consulting and permanent placement organization focused on hiring talented Information Technology professionals. We offer flexible hiring options which may include W-2 hourly, Salary, 1099, Corp. to Corp. and Direct Hire opportunities.

For immediate consideration, please send a resume to hollyw@nextgen-is.com with
1962 GIS/Analyst in the subject line.

Holly B. White
NextGen Information Services
hollyw@nextgen-is.com
www.nextgen-is.com
NextGen is one of America's fastest-growing companies - Inc. 500 Magazine

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5. GIS Developer/Analyst (New Orleans, LA)

Required Skills Exp (Mos.) Comments
Access 2000 48
Excel 7.0 48
GIS 48
MS Word 7.0 48
Outlook 98 48
Power Point (PC) 48

Degree Type Major Required Preferred
Bachelor GIS, Geography, Engineering, Science, or equivalent


Bachelor Any



Qualifications:
•U.S. Secret Clearance REQUIRED
•4-6 yrs proven proficiency with ESRI software (ArcGIS, ArcSDE, etc.) incl data processing exp (conversions, projections, standards, metadata)
•Understanding of spatial data standards such as SDSFIE & Database Design
•GPS equipment use (e.g, Trimble GeoXH) and field data collection exp
•Exp w/data conversion from CAD to GIS, spatial database development and maint •Demonstrated exp in industry standard GIS software
•Knowledge of web-GIS environments
•Exp w/engineering activities and related GIS data maint and mgmt in a geodatabase environment •Exp w/ application of GIS in a site mgmt/facility mgmt setting
•Ability to network within an organization, positive attitude, clear communication, strong client interface skills (people-person w/interpersonal skills), capable of handling challenging tasks/solve problems •Able to work remotely, self-starting, self-managing
Responsibilities:
•Full-time on-site GIS Developer/Analyst (junior-to-mid-level) for the US Marine Corps' (USMC) Reserves installation geospatial information and services (GEOFidelis) program in New Orleans, LA
•Assist with coordination of USMC GEOFidelis (enterprise installation GIS capability) adoption, data collection and analysis, and mapping
•Perform data collection and development using GPS and/or feature extraction techniques •Perform GIS data maintenance and management and associated activities for the installation
•Technical consultant/advisor to the client regarding geospatial information management best practices and emerging technologies
•Provide limited GIS/GPS instruction to customers
•Interact with functional business process owners to assess their geospatial data/system usage needs and/or potential; help increase functional business process owner capability usage and system interaction through a basic-to-complex phased rollout

NextGen Information Services, is a premier consulting and permanent placement organization focused on hiring talented Information Technology professionals. We offer flexible hiring options which may include W-2 hourly, Salary, 1099, Corp. to Corp. and Direct Hire opportunities.

For immediate consideration, please send a resume to hollyw@nextgen-is.com with
1962 GIS/Analyst in the subject line.

Holly B. White
NextGen Information Services
hollyw@nextgen-is.com
www.nextgen-is.com
NextGen is one of America's fastest-growing companies - Inc. 500 Magazine

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

________________________________________
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT/OPPORTUNITY #: AN279581
OPENING DATE: 09/11/2009 CLOSING DATE: 09/25/2009
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Note regarding salary range: Appointees are only guaranteed the minimum salary of the grade for which they are selected. For current and former Federal civilian employees, highest previous rate (matching previous government salary) is at the discretion of management. The minimum rate on this vacancy announcement is the minimum for the lowest grade being announced. For additional information on the minimum rate for any additional grades, please see http://www.opm.gov/oca/09tables/index.asp.



TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time - Permanent
6. POSITION: Environmental Protection Specialist
SERIES - PAY GRADE: GS-0301-09/11/12
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 01 (one)
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: 12
SALARY RANGE: $50,969.00 - $96,083.00 USD per year
ORGANIZATION: Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Region Five (V) Office
Mitigation Division.
DUTY LOCATION: Illinois (Chicago)
RELOCATION EXPENSES ARE NOT AUTHORIZED
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DETAILS

WHO MAY APPLY: All Sources


All U. S. citizens may apply, including: qualified handicapped citizens eligible for appointment under 5 CFR 213.3102(u); citizens who are qualified 30% or more disabled veterans eligible for appointment under 5 CFR 316.402(b); citizens eligible under the Veteran's Recruitment Act; and those citizens eligible under the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1998 (veterans who have preference eligibility or have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 or more years of continuous service. You must submit a form DD 214 with application or resume.).

You may view this vacancy announcement in its entirety on the Office of Personnel Management's USAJobs website. Please click on the following URL and you will be directed to this vacancy announcement on their site.

View Full Announcement on USAJobs
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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

________________________________________
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT/OPPORTUNITY #: AN283293
OPENING DATE: 09/11/2009 CLOSING DATE: 09/25/2009
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***This position is Full Time Temporary NTE (not-to-exceed) 24 months.***

Note regarding salary range: Appointees are only guaranteed the minimum salary of the grade for which they are selected. For current and former Federal civilian employees, highest previous rate (matching previous government salary) is at the discretion of management. The minimum rate on this vacancy announcement is the minimum for the lowest grade being announced. For additional information on the minimum rate for any additional grades, please see http://www.opm.gov/oca/09tables/index.asp.



TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT: Full Time - Temporary
7. POSITION: Civil Engineer
SERIES - PAY GRADE: GS-0810-12
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 01 (one)
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: None
SALARY RANGE: $71,230.00 - $92,594.00 USD per year
ORGANIZATION: The selectee serves as a civil engineer in the Risk Analysis Branch, which is responsible for the administration of the Map Modernization Program (Map Mod) and the Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning Program (RiskMAP). Primarily, the selectee manages Flood Insurance Studies in the Region and serves as a source of engineering expertise for all producers and users of hydrological and hydraulic engineering floor plain information related to Map Mod and RiskMAP.
DUTY LOCATION: Texas (Denton)
RELOCATION EXPENSES ARE NOT AUTHORIZED
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DETAILS

WHO MAY APPLY: All Sources


All U. S. citizens may apply, including: qualified handicapped citizens eligible for appointment under 5 CFR 213.3102(u); citizens who are qualified 30% or more disabled veterans eligible for appointment under 5 CFR 316.402(b); citizens eligible under the Veteran's Recruitment Act; and those citizens eligible under the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1998 (veterans who have preference eligibility or have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 or more years of continuous service. You must submit a form DD 214 with application or resume.).

You may view this vacancy announcement in its entirety on the Office of Personnel Management's USAJobs website. Please click on the following URL and you will be directed to this vacancy announcement on their site.

View Full Announcement on USAJobs
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8. Employment Opportunities at Craig Technologies:
For the weekend ending: September 11, 2009
Incorporated in 1999, Craig Technologies is a federally HUBZone certified, small disadvantaged, service-disabled veteran-owned, federally 8(a) certified woman-owned business. We specialize in Information Technology services including project management, system engineering, infrastructure installation, software design and engineering, research and development, training and many other custom information technology services. Craig Technologies is headquartered in Cape Canaveral, FL with our primary HUBZone office in Canton, IL. Craig Technologies also maintains offices in Jacksonville, FL, and Virginia Beach, VA. In December 2004, Craig Technologies was certified as an International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001:2000 company. Craig possesses a Top Secret facility clearance and holds contracts at the Secret level.
Our President, Carol Craig, brings with her a unique perspective built from her background as a former Naval Officer and Software Engineer. She is involved with all aspects of the contracting process and monitors the progression and eventual success of each project. Craig Technologies has developed a specialized team of employees which are the company's most valued asset.
Scientist/Seismologist
Location: Patrick Air force Base, Florida
Req: 435
Clearance: Secret
US Citizenship Required
Pending Contract Award

Craig Technologies (Craig) is actively recruiting candidates to support our efforts to become the Air Force Technical Applications Center’s U.S National Data Center Phase 4 Program support contractor.

Scientist with a background in seismology, geophysics, applied mathematics, digital signal processing, or related field is desired. Depending on qualifications, the self-motivated applicant would plan and execute scientific investigations, perform analysis of geophysical datasets, and develop algorithms and data processing methodologies.

JR LEVEL REQUIREMENTS:
Education: Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Geophysics or related technical field, or equivalent experience

Work Experience: a minimum of 1 year applicable experience

Experience with the collection and analysis of time-series of physical phenomena, digital signal processing (DSP) and time series analysis, basic knowledge of elastic wave propagation, MatLab or similar analysis package.

Experience with: LINUX or UNIX operating systems.

SR. LEVEL REQUIREMENTS:
All Junior Level requirements plus:

Education:
Masters or PhD degree in Geophysics or related technical field, or equivalent experience

Work Experience: a minimum of 3 years applicable experience

Demonstrated experience with the collection and analysis of time-series of physical phenomena, Competence in digital signal processing (DSP) and time series analysis, basic knowledge of elastic wave propagation, algorithm development, statistical analysis. Experience using MatLab or similar analysis package.

Experience with: LINUX or UNIX operating systems and with Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation environment.

DESIRED SKILLS:
Experience in the following:
Seismic data acquisition systems, regional and/or local earthquake seismology, exploration geophysics and with automated classification methodologies

Programming:
Experience in C, C++, or other structured or object oriented programming language and in developing algorithm or automated analysis prototypes using MatLab, Mathematica, S-plus and/or other scientific evaluation tools. Knowledge of software development methodology through the entire software development life cycle (SDLC).

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Data Scientist
Location: Patrick Air Force Base, FL
Req: 646
Clearance: Secret
US Citizenship Required
Pending Contract Award

Craig Technologies (Craig) is actively recruiting candidates to support our efforts to become the Air Force Technical Applications Center’s U.S National Data Center Phase 4 Program support contractor.

Responsible for performing complex tasks involving computerized databases, database definition, structure, documentation, long range requirements, operational guidelines, and maintenance. Ensures accuracy and completeness of data in master files and various support tools. Data contains information pertaining to one or more business areas of interest to the end user. Responsible for optimizing the performance of the database when queries are requested, which involves administering tools to perform data mining functions and to process the data within the database. Creating, debugging, and optimizing complex SQL queries, stored procedures, views, and triggers. Utilizing relational Oracle 10 and SQL Server database technology in a DBA capacity Unix Shell scripting, command line logic across multiple operating systems. Developing and delivering data warehouse and business intelligence solutions. Oracle database tuning coupled with data analysis. Works on complex problems. Acts as advisor to a unit or sub-unit and becomes actively involved as required to meet schedules or resolve problems. May provide guidance to less experienced engineering personnel. May serve in a lead role and train others.

Education:
Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree in Geophysics or related technical field.

Work Experience & Background:
6+ years of related experience. Experience in 24/7 operations desired.

Required skills:
Oracle 10g administrative experience
Mastery of Oracle SQL dialect and PlSQL
Performance tuning experience for large data sets
Formalized design methodologies

Desired Skills:
Oracle Replication/Streams
Rational Clearcase
Rational Clearquest
UML tools
C/C++
Java

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Intelligence Analyst
Location: Patrick Air Force Base, FL
Req: 648
Clearance: Top Secret
US Citizenship Required
Pending Contract Award

Craig Technologies (Craig) is actively recruiting candidates to support our efforts to become the Air Force Technical Applications Center’s U.S National Data Center Phase 4 Program support contractor.

Open Source intelligence analyst candidates will provide support to a Joint Combatant Command client in support of current military operations and long-term planning efforts. The candidate will apply a thorough understanding of the intelligence process to compile, collate, analyze, produce, and evaluate all-source intelligence and provide subject matter expertise concerning countries and events within the Central Command Area of Responsibility.

The candidate will prepare a variety of recurring and special reports, messages, briefings, information papers, threat assessments, threat warnings, link analyses, and forecasts and present products to senior military clients.

We are looking for professionals at all levels with the following experience:

Irregular Warfare Support
Technology Transfer Analysis
Export Compliance
The IBATS program
Threat finance
Computational intelligence for counterterrorism or counter-narcoterrorism applications
Other, similar topics.

Requirements:
US citizenship
Top Secret clearance
Training or Experience in any of the following fields:
-Special Operations activities
-Military Intelligence
-Military command and/or staff
-U.S. Customs policies and activities
-Overseas trade (export policies)

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Software Developer
Location: Patuxent River, MD
Salary: Competitive
Clearance: Secret
US Citizenship
Req: 649

The JSEAS effort is a joint venture among the US Navy, US Air Force, and UK Ministry of Defense to develop safe escape and mission planning products for the JSF aircraft.
The JSEAS Software Developer will perform a variety of software development and maintenance activities for the Joint Safe Escape Analysis Solution (JSEAS) program. The focus for this position will be the design, development, unit test, and documentation of object oriented software sub-systems.
The Developer will apply documented project processes and tools to ensure that quality standards for development and configuration management are applied to the JSEAS software development effort. Documentation of the intermediate steps and products will be critical and the Developer will fully participate in preparation of support documentation including design specs, change request notes, action items, defect analysis, alternative analysis, unit level tests, and others.
The Software Developer will likely be assigned to support the development of a major JSEAS system and a specific JSEAS Team Lead, but may occasionally be assigned to work on tasks for other JSEAS software systems.
Given the nature of software development and the IT industry in general, there is an expectation that this person shall be willing to research new IT technologies, trends, and issues at the request of project managers.

The Developer must be prepared to accept tasking and work effectively with a culturally and geographically diverse team and to support regular team meetings. Good communication skills are important.

Requirements:
2-3 years experience with formal CS education or by a more experienced professional with a mix of formal CS education/training and on-the-job experience.

The Software Developer shall:
• Follow organizational standards and procedures for software development and modification.
• Contribute to software design using OO principles.
• Contribute to software documentation.
• Contribute to sub-system development (coding).
• Participate in code reviews.
• Perform sub-system unit testing and documentation.
• Participate in sub-system integration.
• Perform analysis of software to determine the causes for defects found by production analysts and testers.
• Develop recommendation for modifying software.
• Prepare written statements to document analysis and recommendations.
• Implement modifications to software.
• Participate in generation of software documentation products including requirements specification, design description, interface description, test plans, and users manuals.
• Attend meetings, record notes, and potentially prepare/deliver presentations.
• Potentially participate in planning and execution of testing plans.

Required Qualifications:
• A four-year degree preferably with a major in computer science, but optionally a four-year technical degree.
• Formal education/training or substantial on-the-job experience in C#/.NET and object oriented design.
• Formal education/training or substantial on-the-job experience developing graphical user interfaces using .NET programming languages.

Other Valuable Qualifications:
• Experience performing software debugging and debugging techniques preferably in C#/.NET.
• Forman education/training or substantial OJT experience in managed and/or unmanaged C++.
• Formal education in mathematics, mechanics, physics, and/or engineering.
• Experience in high level and architectural software design.
• Experience with software system integration.
• Experience with software interface design.
• Experience in preparing documentation & familiarity with industry standard documents normally generated during software lifecycle.
• Professional experience.
• Experience in any of the following software technologies a benefit: installation applications, databases, COM, federal government and industry software standards, configuration management tools, software process management tools, requirements analysis tools, software design tools, CMM, numerical methods, computational methods, graphical user interface standards, multi-document interface, binary data files, DOS commands/syntax, ASCII file I/O, OGL, graphical animation, data plotting/graphing.
• Experience in any of the following technologies a benefit: aircraft mission planning, aircraft trajectory simulation, weapon trajectory simulation, weapon fragmentation, Navy weapons and stores, flight dynamics, aerodynamics, classical mechanics, weapon fuzing, guided weapons.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***

Instructional Designer
Location: Orlando, FL
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary: Competitive
Req: 650

Master level degree in ISD with 2 years experience or Bachelor degree in education field with 3-5 years experience.

Functional Responsibility: Designs and develops computer based training, electronic performance support systems and other technology-based learning solutions. Develops appropriate training objectives and test methods and design instructionally valid training materials. Works on complex instructional systems design projects.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Sr. Test Engineer
Norfolk, VA
Req: 525335
Salary: Competitive
Clearance: Secret
US Citizenship
Pending Contract Award.

Provide direct support to a COMOPTEVFOR Operational Test Director. Perform review and analysis of DoD requirements documentation. Develop OT&E evaluation methods that integrate operational and developmental test requirements. Plan, execute and assess operational tests in accordance with the requirements of current DoD acquisition directives. Attend test and evaluation meetings and provide trip reports. Draft test plans, reports and briefs. Provide on-site test support as required. Analyze data from test events, questionnaires, modeling and simulation and conduct data reduction.

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in engineering and ten years active duty military service and/or Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) experience. Experience and familiarity with Navy and Joint acquisition organizations, instructions, policies, procedures and documents. Experience with development of Test and Evaluation Strategies, OT&E Frameworks, Test and Evaluation Master Plans, test plans, data collection plans, and test reports in accordance with DoD/SECNAV standards. Ability to apply analytical methodologies to evaluate the operational effectiveness and suitability of combat systems, weapon systems, and combat support systems.
***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***


Jr. Test Engineer
Norfolk, VA
Req: 525342
Salary: Competitive
Clearance: Secret
US Citizenship
Pending Contract Award.

Provide direct support to a COMOPTEVFOR Operational Test Director. Perform review and analysis of DoD requirements documentation. Develop OT&E evaluation methods that integrate operational and developmental test requirements. Plan, execute and assess operational tests in accordance with the requirements of current DoD acquisition directives. Attend test and evaluation meetings and provide trip reports. Draft test plans, reports and briefs. Provide on-site test support as required. Analyze data from test events, questionnaires, modeling and simulation and conduct data reduction.

Qualifications
Jr. Test Engineers with a minimum of ten years active duty military service and/or Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) experience. Experience and familiarity with Navy and Joint acquisition organizations, instructions, policies, procedures and documents. Experience with development of Test and Evaluation Strategies, OT&E Frameworks, Test and Evaluation Master Plans, test plans, data collection plans, and test reports in accordance with DoD/SECNAV standards. Ability to apply analytical methodologies to evaluate the operational effectiveness and suitability of combat systems, weapon systems, and combat support systems.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Sr. Security Engineer/IA Analyst
Location: Falls Church, VA
Req: 698
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive

The candidate will provide information assurance and security engineering support as part of and within a software engineering process team. The successful candidate will demonstrate qualifications as a systems engineer and understand the systems engineering process, scheduling, and technical management. The successful candidate will also demonstrate expertise in developing an IA strategy for certification and self assessment. The candidate will be competent in configuration management and change control principles and articulate the relationship to IA.

The candidate will manage and provide security reviews and self assessment support during the development, integration, testing, and release phases for developed system components. The candidate must be competent in the security engineering and assurance principles in a heterogeneous environment supporting UNIX, networking and Windows. Plus points for experience with real-time OSs and cross domain services/systems. The candidate must be capable of developing security test plans and procedures and show experience with the DoD Information Assurance Security Environment provided IA and security tools including security technical implementation guidance, security readiness review checklists, and network scanning tools such as Retina. The candidate must be experienced with and display a complete understanding of the DoD 8500.2, AR 25-2 and Common Criteria and be able to interpret security policy and IA controls into an IA configuration implementation that considers the operational environment, mission criticality, and application requirements. The candidate will be familiar with the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process and exhibit experience with the DIACAP Implementation Plan (DIP), Scorecard and POA&M.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
Minimum of 9 years of security/IA-related experience with network and computer communications software, and experience with operating system, database, web server, and application security and 2 additional years of general IT related experience. A CISSP or similar certification is required. The candidate must be able to qualify as an IAM Level II or IAT Level III as defined in the DoD 8570.01 IA Workforce Improvement Program in the first six months after hire. Candidate must possess good communication skills.

DESIRED SKILLS:
• Working in a CMMI (Level 3) environment a plus
• Army National Guard (ARNG) experience a plus
• NGB-AIS experience a plus

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
• Contingent upon certification of General Labor Category (GLC) which is based on experience and/or education.

• Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
• 9 years of IA experience.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in related field. In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, H.S. diploma and an additional 7 years of relevant experience is acceptable.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Education/Training Specialist
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA
US Citizen
Clearance: Secret
Req: 730
Salary: Competitive.
Pending Contract Award

Required:

Bachelors Degree in Education or related field; at least 7 to 10 years experience in Army training or education positions; demonstrated experience in the application of the Systems Approach to Training.

Desired:

Masters Degree, Graduate of a Senior Service College, Senior Civil Service College/School, Senior Warrant Officer Course, or Senior Non-Commissioned Officers course; 8 to 12 years experience in development, presentation, and evaluation of institutional training; Training staff experience on a MACOM or the Army Staff.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Engineer I
Location: Cape Canaveral, FL
Req: 724
US Citizenship Required
Salary: Competitive

Engineering Degree or BS Required.

Experience level: 0-4 years.

Description:
This is considered a journeyman level engineering position. Responsibilities may include designing and developing plans, processes, procedures, functional and data requirements analysis, system analysis, and documentation preparation for complex systems. May be required to provide guidance to less experienced engineers. Engineering disciplines that may map into this SLC include mechanical, electrical, aerospace, propulsion, industrial, chemical, materials, computer, environmental, structures, thermal, safety, software, systems, and quality.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Force Management Author/Instructor
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA
US Citizen
Req: 729
Clearance: Secret
Salary: Competitive
Pending Contract Award

Required:

Masters Degree; 5 to 8 years experience in Army force management related positions.

Desired:

Masters Degree, Graduate of a Senior Service College, Senior Civil Service College/School, Senior Warrant Officer Course, or Senior Non-Commissioned Officers course; 8 to 12 years of Army force management related experience; experience in preparing and/or presenting instruction; force management staff experience on the Army Staff.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Force Management Analyst
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA
US Citizen
Req: 728
Clearance: Secret
Salary: Competitive
Pending Contract Award

Required:

Bachelors Degree with at least 5 to 8 years experience in Army force management related positions, subject matter expertise in force management.

Desired:

Masters Degree, 8 to 12 years of Army force management experience in force management related positions, Graduate of Senior Service College, Senior Civil Service College/School, Senior Warrant Officer Course, or Senior Non-Commissioned Officers course. Force management staff experience on a Major Army Command (MACOM) or the Army Staff.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
GIS Software Engineer (GSWE)
Location: Falls Church, VA
Req: 727
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive

The GSWE will be responsible for the programming, scripting, installation, configuration, administration, and management of the AIS GIS tool suite; concepts of operations (CONOPS) formulation; identification, analysis, definition, and coordination of user and stakeholder needs through translation into functional and technical requirements; identification of risks (e.g., environmental impacts on systems) and development of mitigation strategies; identification of potential impacts on systems; identification, analysis, and definition of internal/external interfaces; participation in peer reviews, participation in milestone reviews, etc. Candidate must ensure deliverables meet all relevant Army and NGB AIS and GIS quality and security standards/documentation; assess system designs to validate them against requirements; test systems to ensure requirements are met; systems architecture; systems analysis and design; interface and data architecture analysis; system integration; system and operations performance analysis; end-user and service desk support; product demonstrations, COTS/GOTS implementation, integration and sustainment support.

REQUIRED SKILLS:

Applicant must have programming experience in VB.NET, .NET, C#, Java, javascript, SQL data mapping, advanced operating/development skills as it applies to the application development of ESRI products: ArcGIS, ARCGIS Server 9.2/9.3 , ArcObjects, ArcSDE and an understanding of the Javascript and .NET ESRI APIs. Applicant must also have a solid understanding of SQL Server 2005, and web services, both spatial and non spatial. Candidate must have demonstrable hands-on experience using Visual Studio. Applicant must have excellent oral and written communication (e.g., writing CONOPS, requirements specifications, etc) skills; proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, including Visio. Ability to create design artifacts to include use case diagrams, swim lane charts, and communicate effectively with technical and non-technical staff members. The ideal candidate for this position has experience in GIS software development, system and database administration. Must be a quick study in learning the NGB-AIS environment (e.g., business processes, architecture, etc.). Must be receptive/adapt to new situations and varying environments. Outstanding and proven problem solving abilities, positive attitude, and self-motivation balanced with a desire to achieve team goals, and the ability to interact with peers, management, and the NGB-AIS client.

DESIRED SKILLS:

• Understanding of Joint Mapping Tool Kit (JMTK) DoD standards

• Working in a CMMI (Level 3) environment a plus

• Army National Guard (ARNG) experience a plus

• Experience with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) a plus

• NGB-AIS experience a plus

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
• Contingent upon certification of General Labor Category (GLC) which is based on experience and/or education.

• Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

• 7 years of IT experience

o 1 year in supervision/lead of IT projects

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in related field. In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, H.S. diploma and an additional 7 years of relevant experience is acceptable.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Logistics Manager
Location: Cape Canaveral, FL
Req: 723
US Citizenship Required
Salary: Competitive


Position is a journeyman level engineering position to support the Constellation (CxP) Ground Operations Project (GOP) Program. Position may include conceptual thinking, designing and developing plans, processes, procedures, functional and data requirements analysis, complex system analysis, and documentation preparation for complex systems. May be required to supervise less experienced engineers. Requires expertise in the field of work specified. Engineering disciplines that may map into this SLC include mechanical, electrical, aerospace, propulsion, industrial, chemical, materials, computer, environmental, structures, thermal, safety, software, systems, and quality.

Experience level: 4-10 years and Engineer or Bachelors of Science degree required

Description: Provide support personnel with expertise in the areas of ground operations logistics project management and integration, GOP development and operations logistics support, and Constellation Program and external project logistics support. Expertise shall include the requisite skills necessary to perform specific assignments including knowledge of logistics planning, facility optimization, warehousing, flight hardware contingency recovery and transportation, design support activities, and logistics products and processes. Additionally, personnel will have expertise to assist the government with the reutilization of shuttle and international space station personal and real property.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***

Mid-Level Software Engineer
Location: Kennedy Space Center
US Citizenship
Salary: Competitive
Req: 726
Temporary Position

• Web/Database design and development

• MVC (will probably use the Fusebox framework)

• Software/DB Languages

• ColdFusion

• Flex

• Javascript

• SQL

• Development Tools

• Dreamweaver CS4

• Adobe Flex Builder 3

• SVN (will probably be Tortoise SVN as the client)

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Senior Software Engineer
Location: Kennedy Space Center
US Citizenship
Salary: Competitive
Req: 725
Temporary Position

• Project planning and Executing(using MS Project)

• All aspect of project planning, including experience in developing formal project plans for approval and implementation

• Requirements development

• Use case development

• Web/Database design and development

• MVC (will probably use the Fusebox framework)

• Software/DB

• ColdFusion

• Flex

• Javascript

• SQL

• Development Tools

• Dreamweaver CS4

• Adobe Flex Builder 3

• MS Visio (for DB design documentation)

• SVN (will probably be Tortoise SVN as the client)

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***

Web Master
Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
US Citizen
Req: 734
Clearance: Secret
Salary: Competitive
Pending contract award

Required:

5 to 8 years work experience in Web Development and Design or equivalent field.

Desired:

8 to 12 years related work experience within web development and design or related field.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Scientist
Location: Fairfax, VA
Req: 740
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive

Provide technical and programmatic support to the program. Assist with preparation for program execution development of procurement documents, and support to three integrated product teams (IPTs); one for requirements, one for science and technology, and one for business. Support the planning and preparation for experiments, investigations, observations and related research studies using the scientific method. Assist with the development of theories for understanding, characterizing and organizing natural phenomena into a systematic and meaningful pattern for advancement of emerging combating technologies. Support the new basic research program and serve as principle technical advisor to assigned IPTs. Serve as the baseline resource to generate basic research requirements, develop the next FY BAA topics, conduct technical evaluations, assist with outreach and identify peers to assist with technical review.

Position requires an advanced degree (PhD) in Atmospheric Sciences, Electronics, Material Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, or Physics, a minimum of 9 years experience in basic research related technologies. Will consider candidates with a Master's degree and 12 years experience in basic research and related technologies. Some positions require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Chief Engineer
Location: Fairfax, VA
Req: 739
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive

Directs activities of workers in engineering department and advises management on engineering problems: apportions work among engineering staff according to specialized training. Reviews engineering designs for neatness and accuracy. Directs engineering personnel in formulating plans, designs, cost estimates, and specifications for oil field or pipeline construction, maintenance, and modernization programs. Supervises engineering office workers computing operating budgets, compiling reports, and conducting special investigations and studies to evaluate efficiency of engineering programs. May apply knowledge of engineering to coordinate work of engineers engaged in solving problems concerned with environment environmental engineer.

15 to 20 years of experience.
MS/BS in Engineering or other technical field
Position may require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Senior Software Engineer
Location: Fairfax, VA
Req: 738
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive

Supervises software engineers in the research, design, and development of computer software systems in conjunction with hardware product development. Consults with managers or other personnel to clarify program intent, identify problems, suggest changes, and determine extent of programming and coding required. Assigns duties and reviews work of software engineers. Typically reports to manager level in the organization and is a first level supervisor.: Designs programs considering factors, such as computer storage capacity and speed, extent of peripheral equipment, and intended use of output data. Analyzes test runs on computer to correct or direct correction of coded program and input data. Revises or directs revision of existing programs to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements. Compiles documentation of program development and subsequent revisions. Assists in administration of personnel functions including recruiting, review and approval of job descriptions and salary classifications, and selection and placement of personnel. Trains subordinates in software design and program coding. Ensures use of standards for terms and symbols used to simplify interpretation of programs. Works with computer manufacturers and other users to develop new programming methods. Prepares records and reports.

A combination of over six years of directly related training and/or experience. MA/BA. Some positions require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
System Engineer
Location: Fairfax, VA
US Citizenship
Req: 737
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive
Job Description:
The Systems Engineer will be primarily responsible for representing Customer Systems and its software products on-site. The System Engineer will work with client and contractors to determine how Customer Systems products can interface with other systems, and for prototyping solutions and/or coordinating requirements. The Systems Engineer will also be responsible for troubleshooting and supporting urgent fixes for user-interface and data import issues. Issues will range in scope but will include data-related issues with the SQL Server architecture. This position is a senior level position as it requires being the Systems representative on-site. Other duties will include assisting hands-on training for new users and occasionally installing and configuring Systems-delivered software on-site. Some support of remote users is also anticipated as is occasional trips to the corporate facility.
Education Level: BS/BA in Computer Science or related field.
Years of Experience: 6-10 years of experience.
***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Senior Engineer
Location: Fairfax, VA
Req: 736
US Citizenship
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive
Job Description:
This project provides full life cycle development (enhancements) and support for an operational system. This candidate will be a senior member of the System Engineering Team. - provide and support structured Process improvement activities - provide technical engineering knowledge - research and analyze current and future architecture limitations - provide guidance for software development activities - lead all appropriate project briefings - participate in the following meetings when required: Risk Review Boards, Work Management Meetings, Lessons Learned Meetings, Requirements Reviews, Code Reviews, Peer Reviews, Test Readiness Reviews, Leadership Meetings and all Engineering Meetings. - work closely with the Project Management Team - document and manage requirements (system & software).
Education Level: MS/BS in Engineering or related scientific field.
Years of Experience: System Engineer experience and15-20 years of job related experience
***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Mid Engineer
Location: Fairfax, VA
Req:735
US Citizen
Clearance: Secret
Salary Competitive
Job Description
Perform a variety of engineering assignments in planning and overseeing research, development, design, manufacture, test, installation, operation, and maintenance of diverse electronic/ mechanical equipment and systems and generally as a lead of a design, analysis or review team on the most complex engineering assignments.
Education Level: BS in Engineering or related scientific field.
Years of Experience: 10+ years of job related experience
***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Network Operations
Location: Arlington, VA
Req: 741
US Citizenship
Clearance: Top Secret SCI
Salary Competitive

THIS POSITION WILL BE RELOCATING TO FT MEADE MARYLAND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACT. ANTICIPATED DATE OF RELOCATION IS late 2010 or early 2011.

This position is located within the Defense Information Systems Agency Headquarters building in Arlington, VA. The purpose of this position is to provide NETOPS (GIG Enterprise Management, Network Assurance and Content Management) for the DISA Command Center (DCC). Such support facilitates the planning, analysis, design; development, testing, configuration, implementation, integration, operation, maintenance, and restoration of IT networked systems used for the transmission of information in voice, data, and/or video formats.

A Top Secret, Special Compartment Information (TS/SCI) security clearance is required. ADP Level I.

Serves as a NETOPS Watch Officer with the responsibility of defining, executing, managing, and providing complete situational awareness of all aspects of the total breadth of the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) network operations mission. Ensures the continuous real-time availability and accessibility of the DISA portion of the GIG. Ensures the DCC is capable of providing the wide range of IT network support services that are vital to the accomplishment of mission requirements.

In a team environment with the support of all the DISA regional NOCs, oversees and coordinates systems testing, troubleshooting, and support required to maintain optimal DISN availability and accessibility. Uses sophisticated automated network and system management tools to perform proactive fault management tasks related to networks and systems. Monitors performance of customer networks, analyzes network traffic patterns, network devices, network software, and executive software to proactively detect and correct errors. Performs a broad range of network analysis activities in support of hardware and software systems maintained for the customer. Oversees the installation of network hardware and software fixes and upgrades. Maintains operations and performance information related to configurations and ensures correct/efficient procedures are implemented as part of network management and control.

Develops daily operating plans, assigns, prioritizes, and oversees the work and related activities of other network specialists as required. Provides procedural assistance to systems administrators to determine adequacy and quality of systems. Documents findings and ensures recommendations are relevant to actual operating environment. Monitors, evaluates, and coordinates assigned functions and is responsible for the preparation and presentation of briefings to command/management officials, senior-level DISA personnel, and other external customers as to the current program status, state of the network, and related issues.

Leads or participates in major network projects and provides situational awareness to all stakeholders. Ensures rigorous application of information security/information assurance policies, principles, and practices in the delivery of network services. Maintains continual vigilance against threats to IT network confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Develops and implements procedures and methods for protecting network confidentiality and integrity.

Performs other duties as assigned.

OTHER SIGNIFICANT FACTS

A Top Secret, Special Compartment Information (TS/SCI) security clearance is required. ADP Level I.

This position may require shift work. Overtime may be required as workload demands. Work requires travel both to CONUS/OCONUS. In accordance with VOL II, JTR, employee may be required to travel by regularly scheduled commercial passenger or military aircraft in the performance of assignments.

DCC supports the 24-hour, 7-day a week operational mission of the DISA portion of the GIG. This may require the incumbent to be in a standby or recall status in case of national emergency, mission critical systems outage, or other scenario as deemed appropriate by the DISA CONUS Commander. This may also require that the incumbent carry a pager, mobile phone, or be directly recalled to duty from a recall roster. In such cases, compensation shall be in accordance with appropriate rules and regulations.

Note: This contract will be up for recomplete September 30, 2010.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Lead Quality Assurance Specialist
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 747
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive

Experience level: The position requires a Bachelors Degree in Education, Psychology, Instructional Systems Design or Human Performance and have 3 year experience in the technical and editorial review of Web-delivered interactive multimedia Instruction, specifically, interactive courseware or equivalent. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills
Duties include, but are not limited to: Join Craig Technologies in developing Computer-based, web-delivered courseware for the USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project. The Lead Quality Assurance Specialist will validate the implementation of a systematic design process for effective and efficient learning. . Reviews and provides inputs on instructional products in a timely and systematic manner. Acts as an expert in standards and specifications to include SCORM, Section 508, and IMS QTI. Ensures all products meet customer’s standards for quality prior to release. Acts as an expert in the systems approach to training and its application to the production of program requirements. Uses appropriate industry and government standards and specifications. Works as part of a team effort in the design of instructional materials for assigned courses. This includes curriculum development and the analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of current and future computer based training courses. This position may also involve assisting courseware programmers, graphic artists, and technical writers who are assigned to the project and overseeing courses developed by third party contractors. Duties may include: 1) Meeting with subject matter experts; 2) Coordinating access to subject matter experts and supporting source materials (manuals, regulations, etc.); 3) Preparing/reviewing storyboards for technical accuracy and conformity to customer standards and guidelines; 4) Ensuring proper development of lesson materials: objectives, storyboards, programming, and final product; 5) Providing guidance to course developers; 6) Providing final quality control check on lessons and all supporting material; 7) Analyzing the effectiveness of a course and tailoring the course to improve effectiveness.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Media Specialist
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 748
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive

Experience level: Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Communications or a related field plus three (3)years of related experience creating, maintaining and approving content for Computer-based, Web-delivered Interactive Multimedia Instruction. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills

Duties include, but are not limited to: Join Craig Technologies in developing Computer-based, web-delivered courseware for the USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project. The Senior Media Specialist will work as a member of a team to support the Craig Technologies Training development team by managing technology applications for use on the Marine Net learning portal, as well as print and web communications projects using a variety of tools and skills. Position provides critical support for the USMC CCE project customer by building and utilizing databases and other web applications, as well as editorial management and content upgrades and refresh. Works with various internal client groups on Interactive Multi Media initiatives and enhancements as well as the preparation of formal correspondence, customer notices and other rider publications. This job includes curriculum development and the analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of current and future computer based training media. The job also involves the coordination, development and meta-data tagging of source media (audio, video, graphics, animation, etc) and other courseware materials. This position may also involve assisting courseware programmers, graphic artists, and technical writers who are assigned to the project and overseeing courses developed by third party contractors.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Project Manager
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 749
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive


Experience level:
At least 5 years of project management cost, schedule, performance and risk control and monitoring. Experience in developing, presenting and analyzing cost, schedule, performance and risk related metrics on a recurring basis. Thorough knowledge of project management skills to include experience in work analysis, labor resource planning, monitoring execution through metrics, and budget planning and execution. Basic earned value reporting related experience highly desired. Experience developing and maintaining schedules using MS Project 2003/2007 is essential - preferably experience with an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for an DoD program. Prior performance of projects developing training products is a plus. BS degree is desired, but equivalent training/experience may substitute for degree requirement. Candidates must possess excellent analytical and communication skills, both verbal and written. Must have expertise in MS Office suite to include Excel and PowerPoint.

Project Manager:
Duties include, but are not limited to: Provide project management cost, schedule, performance, and risk support to assist the USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) Program Manager in monitoring and controlling the program. The selected candidate will coordinate the efforts of multiple Instructional Systems Designers, Programmers and Graphic Artists in the development of Computer Based courseware for USMC Marine net application. Will be a major contributor to the project manager to control and monitor task progress and costs using a large Microsoft Project 2007 Integrated Master Schedule (IMS). Responsibilities include calculating and analyzing labor related costs to execute tasks, planned vs. actual task progress, identify and track risk mitigation steps; analyzing leading indicators of program performance and make appropriate recommendations; identify and make recommendations to the project officer for resource de-confliction; conduct schedule risk assessments; analyze MS Project earned value reports and make recommendations for corrective action.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***

Senior Instructional Systems Designer
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 752
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive

Experience level:

Job Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Education, Psychology, Instructional Systems Design, Human Performance, or related field with a minimum experience of 5 years in analysis, design, development and evaluation of Web-delivered interactive multimedia instruction, specifically interactive courseware or equivalent. The individual must have the following essential functions/knowledge: Prior experience leading a diverse team in Instructional design, knowledge of the Instructional Systems Design process, interviewing techniques, analytical skills, writing, multimedia design and development, courseware development.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Join Craig Technologies Training Division in The USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) Training Development Project. The Senior instructional systems developer will implement and follow a systematic design process for effective and efficient learning. Using an instructional design model as a guide the instructional systems developer: performs the planning process, works with and supervises other assigned program personnel, and coordinates the program with administrators. Manages resources and staffing required for the design and development of instructional materials. Plans, supervises, and accomplishes production of all instructional materials. Manages the instructional system development and corporate staff processes for specific delivery order requirements. Interfaces with client personnel on procedures, processes, and methods of operating, maintaining, revising, and enhancing the assigned training system. Develops and produces instructional products in a systematic manner. Manages the selection process for determining optimal media (audio, video, text, still graphics, animation, digital photography, and simulations). Supports program manager in the day-to-day management of the program. Acts as the expert in standards and specifications to include SCORM, Section 508, and IMS QTI. Ensures all products meet customer’s standards for quality prior to release. Acts as the expert in the systems approach to training and its application to the production of program requirements. Uses appropriate industry and government standards and specifications. Coordinates a team effort in the design of instructional materials for assigned courses. This includes curriculum development and the analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of current and future computer based training courses. The job also involves the coordination and development of source media (audio, video, graphics, animation, etc) and other courseware materials. This position may also involve assisting courseware programmers, graphic artists, and technical writers who are assigned to the project and overseeing courses developed by third party contractors. Duties may include: 1) Meeting with subject matter experts; 2) Coordinating access to subject matter experts and supporting source materials (manuals, regulations, etc.); 3) Preparing/reviewing storyboards for technical accuracy and conformity to customer standards and guidelines; 4) Ensuring proper development of lesson materials: objectives, storyboards, programming, and final product; 5) Providing guidance to course developers; 6) Providing final quality control check on lessons and all supporting material; 7) Analyzing the effectiveness of a course and tailoring the course to improve effectiveness.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Senior Software Programmer
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 751
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive


Experience level:

The position requires a Bachelor s Degree in Computer Science or related field (or equivalent experience), with at least 7 years of programming experience with past supervisory performance on a computer-based, web-delivered courseware development project. Familiarity with Java, Adobe CSS, FLASH and other curriculum design and authoring programs. Expert knowledge of the Windows operating environment is required. The candidate must be familiar with Software Engineering Processes (e.g. requirements, system design, verification and validation, integration, maintenance, operations, metric driven development, etc.), and have direct experience with portal/portlet architectures, Service Oriented Architecture concepts, and web services., EJBs, XML data services, Java Persistence API, and CMMI practices and procedures. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Join Craig Technologies in developing Computer-based, web-delivered courseware for the USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project. The Senior Software Programmer will implement and follow a systematic Software Engineering Process for effective and efficient learning courseware development. The Senior Programmer works with and supervises other assigned program personnel, and coordinates the program with administrators. Manages resources and staffing required for the development of instructional materials. Plans, supervises, and accomplishes production of all instructional software programming requirements. Develops and produces instructional products in a systematic manner. Manages the selection process for determining optimal media (audio, video, text, still graphics, animation, digital photography, and simulations). Supports program manager in the day-to-day management of the program. Acts as the expert in standards and specifications to include SCORM, Section 508, and IMS QTI. Ensures all products meet customer’s standards for quality prior to release. Uses appropriate industry and government standards and specifications. Determine software requirements and plan, design, develop and implement solutions to the individual needs of training systems. Develops templates for the rapid prototyping of Shareable Content Objects (SCOs). Develops simulations (with math models) as required by the program requirements. Develops configuration management databases to track all configuration items, versions of assets and other items requiring configuration and control. Supports the team in installation and testing through the GAT. Supports the team in analyzing root cause of programming/authoring problems identified in the GAT. Analyzes, updates, repairs, and modifies software code and documented routines of existing software programs. Develops and maintains repositories and developmental tools. Expert in the implementation and use of the learning management system. Expert in the automation of metadata tagging. Expert in the application of SCORM. Supports the team in the development of the SCORM Manifest.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Senior Media Specialist
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Req: 750
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive

Experience level:

Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Communications or a related field plus three (5)years of related experience creating, maintaining and approving content for Computer-based, Web-delivered Interactive Multimedia Instruction. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills

Duties include, but are not limited to: Join Craig Technologies in developing Computer-based, web-delivered courseware for the USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project. The Senior Media Specialist will work as a member of a team to support the Craig Technologies Training development team by managing technology applications for use on the Marine Net learning portal, as well as print and web communications projects using a variety of tools and skills. Position provides critical support for the USMC CCE project customer by building and utilizing databases and other web applications, as well as editorial management and content upgrades and refresh. Works with various internal client groups on Interactive Multi Media initiatives and enhancements as well as the preparation of formal correspondence, customer notices and other rider publications. This job includes curriculum development and the analysis, design, development, delivery and evaluation of current and future computer based training media. The job also involves the coordination, development and meta-data tagging of source media (audio, video, graphics, animation, etc) and other courseware materials. This position may also involve assisting courseware programmers, graphic artists, and technical writers who are assigned to the project and overseeing courses developed by third party contractors.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***
Ground System Engineer
Location: Kennedy Space Center, FL
Req: 754
US Citizenship: Yes
Clearance: None
Salary Competitive

JOB DESCRIPTION
Ground Support Systems/Ground Support Equipment (GSS/GSE) Engineer to support the NASA Constellation Program (CxP), Ground Operations Project (GOP) at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Florida. Position will provide engineering support and technical expertise relative to GSS / GSE fabrication, GSE transfers / acquisitions, GSE management, facility construction management, and field management. Duties include support to all aspects of Field Management and GSE Management such as:

Providing summary reports, presentations, and roll-up schedules to Level 3 meetings and support and assists personnel with the overall field management activities associated with the construction of facilities and installation of GSE, review construction schedules, installation schedules, and verification/validation schedules for feasibility and traceability.

Development of GSS/GSE Commonality plan, Level II and Level III document and DCN reviews, GSE tracking database, Tracking Orion GSE milestones, Orion GSE 5005B Matrix, Level II and Level II risk reviews, GOPD integration, support to the GOP transition integration group, support to GSS/GSE verification and validation, Support to the product structure working

Support to Construction of Facilities and Environmental activities and tasks. The contractor shall assist with the interfacing and coordinating with CxP Level 2 Program as required.

EDUCATION
• Experience level: 4 - 10 years; Bachelors of Science (Business) Degree required

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Candidate must have deep knowledge and possess strong engineering and communication expertise in the area of GSS/GSE; ability to plan, execute, and maintain activities associated with GSS/GSE requirements, development tracking , and problem solving.
• Candidate must posess the ability to develop detailed plans such as commonality, GSE management, tracking, etc.
• Strong data analytical and problem-solving; organizational management; ability to work independently in a team environment
• Basic computer skills with the ability to navigate the various Microsoft Office Products and use the internet and outlook.
• Good interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships Strong written and verbal communications.
• Attention to detail, efficient organizational skills, and demonstrated follow-through on deliverables.

***All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information. ***

Please submit resumes via our website: www.craigtechinc.com


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ALCON – Resumes and pay requirements required (HOT – New - ASAP)
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9. A motivated company has a potential requirement for a Senior Intel Analyst (CONUS-LA)

Duty location: CONUS (Washington, DC)
Clearance: Top Secret– w/SCI clearance a must (current/active)
Deployable: N/A
Qualifications: U.S. Citizens
//Please answer the following//
* Salary requirements: ______________________
* Availability date: ______________________
* Clearance status: __________________

DOT Senior Intelligence Analyst
* 7 or more years of active Intel experience

Qualifications
Candidate must have experience in all traditional areas of intelligence analysis, preparation of intelligence papers, briefing senior personnel, and collections for immediate fill.
Candidates must be well spoken, have the ability to work independently, posses excellent researching and writing skills, and be able to brief senior staff.
Disaster, security, threat, economic, trade, cyber (important), transportation, and aviation experience desired.

Requirements
Knowledge of U.S. Transportation System, preferred
Expert in reviewing and analyzing relevant intelligence
Work independently
Knowledge of various intelligence databases

Responsibilities
Prepare Intelligence briefings
Brief key leaders at the highest level
Must be able to understand and communicate, effectively, the impact of situations or events and their relevance to international trade.

Education
BA or Masters Degree in Intelligence, National Security, Economics, Political Science, International Relations, and/or Economics is desired

* Please, read qualifications and send resume/ salary requirements / security clearance / availability to: tralfazllcjobs@earthlink.net
* Subject line: Senior Intel Analyst (CONUS-DC) (last name, first)
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* Highly suggest; put your service related Military Occupation Specialties (MOS) career path rating. (18B – Special Forces Weapons Sergeant)

If you are not interested, but know of someone who might be, please forward this information.
I hope to hear from you soon.

Tralfaz, LLC
Charles “Rocky” Russell
Operations Manager
Special Forces (Ret)
Colorado Springs, CO 80911
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www.tralfazllc.com
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10. Subject: Identity Operations Manager
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>
>ALCON,
>
>We are looking for a "teckie" to work in the SOCEUR J3x as the Identity
>Operations Manager (Biometrics).
>See below for the Statement of Work (SOW), contact me for further
>information.
>
>v/r
>
>Charles Moritz
>CW4, SF
>SOCEUR J-3x
>
>DSN 430-5961/6928
>COMM 49-(0)711-680-5961/6928
>
>moritzc@eucom.mil
>moritzc@eucom.smil.mil
>
>
>STATEMENT OF WORK
>
>EMR - 51610-049N
>
>
>
>
>
>Period of Performance: Sept 09 - 30 Sept 10
>
>Start Date: Upon Award
>
>Completion Date: 30 September 10
>
>Short Title: Identity Operations Support
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>1.0 PLACE (S) OF PERFORMANCE
>
>AFRICOM, Germany
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>CENTCOM, Tampa Fl
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>EUCOM, Stuttgart, Germany
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>PACOM, Peal Harbor Hi
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>SOCOM, Tampa Fl
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>SOUTHCOM, Miami Fl
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>SOCAF, Germany
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>SOCCENT, Tamp Fl
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>SOCEUR, Germany
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>SOCPAC, Pearl Harbor Hi
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>SOCSOUTH, Miami Fl
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>JFCOM, Suffolk, Va
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>
>
>2.0 REFERENCES:
>
>* DoDD 85201.01E, "Department of Defense Biometrics",
>
>
>
>3.0 SPECIFICATIONS: The Contractor shall perform all tasks in such
>a manner as to ensure the safety of their employees, other personnel,
>and government property. During the performance of tasks, if it becomes
>apparent at any time that the continuation of work may result in damage
>to personnel, equipment, or structures, the Contractor shall stop that
>portion of work and report the circumstances immediately to the assigned
>government point of contact. The Contractor shall use appropriate
>safety equipment and procedures that may apply to the various tasks
>under this order. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to adhere
>to all applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration
>standards and documents during the performance of tasks performed under
>this SOW.
>
>
>
>This SOW requires the utilization of Technical Expert (TE) personnel
>and/or Troop Care (TC). In accordance with AER 715-9, DoD will obtain
>approval by applicable OCONUS authorities for accreditation of employees
>to fill contract TESA or TC positions. For task orders issued under this
>contract, the contractor will ensure all contract personnel have their
>TESA applications and resumes approved by the DoD Contractor Personnel
>Office (DOCPER) through the R2 Program Office before deploying.
>
>
>
>Accredited Technical Experts will be authorized to use Government
>facilities in accordance with SOFA policies. Authorized logistics
>support items include: Commissary, to include rationed items; AFFES
>(Military Exchange) to include rationed items and purchase of POL;
>military postal service; children are authorized to attend DoD overseas
>schools; local Government transportation for official Government
>business (non-tactical); emergency medical/dental services; local MWR
>services; Class VI, to include rationed items; military banking
>facilities; Customs Exception; Mortuary Service; legal assistance credit
>unions; and NATO Status of Forces Agreement Letter and/or Stamp. The
>contractor shall promptly notify the COR if a TESA employee once
>accredited is no longer performing duties requiring accreditation. Short
>term TDY may be performed in accordance with AER-715-9.
>
>
>
>4.0 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS: All contractor personnel must have a
>minimum Top Secret clearance and a completed National Agency Check (NAC)
>in order to obtain a building pass and be granted access to the network.
>All contractors' personnel working at SOCOM and EUCOM must have and
>maintain a Top Secret SCI.
>
>
>
>5.0 COR DESIGNATION: The contract COR is Mr. Michael Besco, Code
>51610MB, who can be reached at (843) 218-4475.
>
>
>
>6.0 BACKGROUND: This Statement of Work provides a framework of
>task areas that the contractor shall provide for the Combatant Commands
>(COCOMs), Theatre Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) and the DoD
>Biometrics Task Force (BTF) relative to its role to support the
>Department of Defense Biometrics.
>
>
>
>The DoD BTF is vested with the responsibility of expanding biometrics
>technology capabilities across the Department and supports DoDD
>85201.01E, "Department of Defense Biometrics", which assigns COCOMs
>specific biometric responsibilities: to identify joint warfighting
>requirements, to support the development of theater-specific operational
>policy and concepts of operations, and to support the development and
>integration of theater strategic, campaign, and operational plans. To
>accommodate the dynamic environment in which these biometric
>capabilities are required, the DoD requires knowledgeable contract
>support. This SOW addresses these requirements in distinct areas under
>the following tasks.
>
>
>
>The contractor shall provide overall research, analytic, and technical
>support to institutionalize the use of biometrics globally in each COCOM
>and TSOC. The contactor shall provide information sharing of lesson
>learned, identify common requirements and develop biometric expertise
>unique to each theatre. The contractor shall begin the process of
>synchronizing identity operations world-wide, to empower DoD biometric
>identity dominance.
>
>
>
>6.1 Task 1 -Identity Operations Manager Support
>
>The contractor shall provide biometric and identity management Subject
>Matter Experts (SME) to act as the Identity Operations Manager (IOM) for
>the COCOMS and TSOC listed as follows:
>
>* AFRICOM, Germany
>
>* CENTCOM, Tampa Fl
>
>* EUCOM, Stuttgart, Germany
>
>* PACOM, Peal Harbor Hi
>
>* SOCOM, Tampa Fl
>
>* SOUTHCOM, Miami Fl
>
>* SOCAF, Germany
>
>* SOCCENT, Tamp Fl
>
>* SOCEUR, Germany
>
>* SOCPAC, Pearl Harbor Hi
>
>* SOCSOUTH, Miami Fl
>
>* JFCOM, Suffolk, Va
>
>
>
>The contractor shall be responsible for synchronizing biometric
>collection, planning, tasking and operational issues for their
>respective command. The contractor shall assist and advise staff
>sections responsible for the biometrics requirements mandated by DoD
>Directive 8521.01E. The contractor shall ensure identity management
>capabilities are leveraged appropriately to support the COCOMs and TSOCs
>mission.
>
>
>
>The contractor shall serve as the commands SME on biometric and identity
>operations issues and requirements. At a minimum the contractor shall
>
>* Identify COCOMs and TSOCs biometric and identity requirements,
>
>* Recommend theater specific operational policy
>
>* Develop theater identity operations plans and concepts of
>operations
>
>* Synchronizes COCOMs headquarters' staff to leverage biometrics
>enabled operational and business functions
>
>
>
>The contractor shall provide biometric and identity operations
>management SME expertise and interact with the existing DoD biometric
>enterprise. The contractor shall articulate COCOMs and TSOCs biometric
>and identity operations requirements with the DoD biometric enterprise
>and make recommendations to improve DoD polices and enterprise services.
>The contractor shall provide strategic, operational and tactical lessons
>learned with respect to the acquisition, installation and employment of
>biometric programs, systems and devices. At a minimum the contractor
>shall:
>
>
>
>* Coordinate biometric policies and acquisition program in
>accordance with DoD Directive 8521.01 E, dated 21 February 2008.
>
>* Provide the Joint Staff and Service component commands with
>acquisition program resource requirements necessary to achieve biometric
>acquisition program objectives for the respective COCOMs.
>
>* Identify, document, prioritize and obtain Command validation
>and approval to submit identity operations resource requirements to the
>Joint Staff.
>
>* Ensure biometric functionality with the DoD enterprise and
>improve theatre capability to operate.
>
>* Synchronize biometric enabled intelligence and operations
>activities to meet the commander's tactical, operational and strategic
>goals.
>
>* Provide oversight of and/or assist in the development of COCOM
>specific biometrically-enabled watchlist.
>
>* Support governmental meetings, discussions, and provide
>recommendations to reach and resolve issues and concerns in support of
>this task. Provide reports, papers, briefings, and other documents as
>required to support this task.
>
>* Provide general support to the COCOMs and TSOCs as related to
>Working Groups, Integrated Process Teams (IPTs), Requirement Groups,
>Inter-Agency, partner coalition/nation/international Meetings and
>Groups.
>
>
>
>The contractor shall provide general support to the COCOMs and TSOCs
>missions, directives, and guidance. To that effect, the contractor
>shall assist in the development of concepts, policies, and plans, and in
>the justification and promotion of such concepts, policies, and plans.
>The contractor shall provide support necessary to develop schedules,
>cost estimates, required documentation, and analyses of specific aspects
>of business management and congressional liaison.
>
>
>
>Deliverables - The Contractor shall package and deliver material
>collected or developed in the conduct of a specified task (e.g.,
>research or interview material, minutes of meetings conducted, and other
>material associated with the development of the deliverable). The
>contractor shall deliver milestone schedules, project plans,
>presentations, white papers, time schedules, cost estimates, test plans,
>movement plans, requirement document, policy plans and other components
>for implementing capabilities, field trials, equipment assessments and
>test development. The contractor will report to their respective
>command and assigned to a government POC at the respective command by
>the SPAWAR PE.
>
>
>
>
>
>6.2 Task 2 - Monthly Report
>
>The contractor shall develop a monthly report until this task is
>completed. The monthly report shall depict information per a project
>level, program level and COCOM level. The contractor shall work with the
>respective government POC in developing the reporting requirements of
>the report; at a minimum the report shall contain the following:
>
>
>
>* Project Scope: Brief (one paragraph max) overview of the
>project in accordance with the SOW.
>
>* Tasking/Work Completed: Detailed listing of all tasking
>work-on and completed during the month since the last reporting period,
>broken down per tasks.
>
>* Tasking/Work Schedule Not Completed: Detailed listing of all
>scheduled work not completed, reason why work was not completed and plan
>to implement the scheduled work.
>
>* Equipment/Materials Status: Detailed listing of the status of
>all major equipment and materials received including anticipated
>delivery dates, and actual delivery dates.
>
>* Work Schedule: Detailed listing of all work scheduled for the
>following month. Broken down per tasks.
>
>* Issues/Recommendations: Identification of any emergent or
>potential problem areas that may impact cost or schedule and potential
>options for resolution. Broken down per tasks.
>
>* Action Items: List all contractor/government action items with
>scheduled resolution dates.
>
>* Financial Information: All labor, travel, equipment spent
>during the month. Broken down per CLIN.
>
>
>
>Deliverables - A monthly report submitted by 5th business day of the
>following month.
>
>
>
>7.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED INFORMATION: N/A
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>
>
>8.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED MATERIAL (GFM): N/A
>
>
>
>9.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE):
>
>The government shall furnish equipment for all on-site contract
>employees, to include but not limited to, a workstation with chair,
>computer, telephone, and access to printers, copiers, fax machines, and
>other relevant equipment necessary to provide the service identified in
>this statement of work.
>
>
>
>10.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED EQUIPMENT: N/A
>
>
>
>11.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED MATERIAL: N/A
>
>
>
>12.0 TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
>
>Actual expenses limited by the Government Travel Regulations and must be
>pre-approved by the government POC. CONUS and OCONUS Temporary Duty
>(TDY) travel may be required in support of this task. TDY will be
>directed by the government and will be conducted in accordance with
>Government Travel Regulations and Per Diem. Travel in CONUS locations
>will be no more than 35 calendar days during the Period of Performance.
>
>
>
>13.0 TRANSPORTATION OF EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL: All transportation of
>equipment and materials shall use best commercial practice packaging and
>services.
>
>
>
>14.0 DATA DELIVERABLES: All deliverables shall be submitted soft
>copy in required format to the government POC/Project Engineer (PE) on,
>unless otherwise specified, on the dates specified by the Plan of Action
>and Milestone Chart. All deliverables shall be prepared utilizing
>Microsoft Office Application software.
>
>
>
>Title
>Delivery Date/Description
>
>IPRs
>Scheduled monthly, as agreed upon by the government POC and contractor.
>
>Monthly Report.
>Within the fifth business day of the following month.
>
>Meeting Minutes Within two days of a meeting, the contractor shall
>provide minutes of any meeting hosted or attended on behalf of the
>government. The government will provide an example.
>
>WEEKSUM
>The Contractor shall provide a weekly summary in the format agreed upon
>by government POC and contractor of the work performed the previous week
>and planned on each of the task areas specified above.
>
>Briefs and Executive Summaries
>As required and agreed upon by government POC and contractor.
>
>White Papers and Decision Papers, etc
>As required and agreed upon by the government POC and contractor.
>
>Microsoft Project and/or PowerPoint Presentation Chart for Contract
>Tasks
>Initial Plan of Action and Milestone Chart due at Contract award plus
>thirty days. Chart updates are delivered as required and agreed upon by
>the government POC and contractor.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>15.0 SUB-CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS: N/A
>
>
>
>16.0 ACCEPTANCE PLAN: All deliverables shall be submitted to the
>COR/ACOR/DOCOR/POC and PE in an electronic format. An electronic letter
>of transmittal shall be submitted with each deliverable. Deliverables
>will be reviewed for acceptability by the DOCOR/PE/POC. Deliverables or
>items within them that require revision will be returned to the
>Contractor.
>
>
>
>17.0 OTHER CONDITIONS/REQUIREMENTS: N/A
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>Subject: Project Manager at Fort Knox
>
>if you might have a prospect for a key job at
>Fort Knox. We have the DOL contractÅ supply,
>maintenance, and transportation. It has about
>400 employees total. Looking for an experienced
>field grade officer for the job. If you know
>someone interested please pass them our way.
>Thanks. Al
>
>Al Love
>Vice President, Operations TLC
>The Logistics Company, Inc.
>w (910) 482-8084 ext. 254
>m (910) 489-3558
>www.tlc-inc.net
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11. K3 Enterprises is seeking resumes for Joint Training Facilitation Specialist Positions in Tampa Fl

Positions will be with USCENTCOM


Position Overview
Education and Experience - Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university or Graduation from a military command and staff college plus 10 years of task related experience (5 of which earned as O-4 or above) OR a combination of 15 years of military operational experience military operational experience (5 of which earned as O-5 or above). Operational experience includes planning and executing combined and joint operations at the theater or component level, experience with the Joint Training System, knowledge of combat arms, logistics, civil-military operations, and site's area of responsibility or functional area and task related experience. Prefer candidate with extensive joint and Combatant Command experience. Training Facilitator/Instructor experience required. TS/SCI clearance required.
Skills:
* Planning and executing combined and joint operations at the theater or component level, experience with the Joint Training System
* Knowledge of combat arms, logistics, civil-military operations, and site's area of responsibility or functional area and task related experience
Responsibilities
* Develop and provide recommended Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) to improve combatant command individual and staff training programs.
* Identify recommendations for specific actions required by the combatant command to improve the organic joint training capability/team within the organization to include Implementation plan development.
* Develop draft/final command joint training team I-Plan which covers the organization chart and joint training facilitation concept for the combatant command's individual indoctrination and sustainment training
* Collective staff training; and the method through which this training will be tracked/recorded on each combatant command individual.

Submit resumes to Human Resources at (910) 307-3017 or at HR@K3-Enterprises.com. Please ensure when submitting your interest you reference position locations you will be available to fill.


Patience Lowery
Human Resources Manager
K3 Enterprises, Inc.
455 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
(910) 307-3017 (O)
(910) 307-3097 (F)
An SDVOSB, ISO 9001:2000
Certified Company
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Would you please post the the following job on your network? All resumes can be forwards to jobs@sal-llc.com.

Thank you very much. Dave Briggs


12. Shee Atika Languages is looking to hire a full time IT Project Manager to work with the Department of State in Washington, D.C. Preferred potential employees should have previously work experience with DOS with an additional Financial Management background.

Duties/Responsibilities are the following:


? Run complex projects/programs from design and development to production
? Assist in defining requirements, priorities, and strategies for IT projects
? Define resources and schedules for project implementation and completion
? Assist in creating strategies for risk mitigation and contingency planning
? Plan and schedule project deliverables, goals, milestones
? Direct and oversee project/engineering teams and manage schedules, and if needed, conflicts within the group
? Perform assessments and evaluations of project teams' performance
? Identify and resolve project issues keeping Division Chief apprised
? Draft and develop Requests for Proposals (RFP) for external services
? Draft, design, and maintain technical and project documentation
? Demonstrate strong communications, presentation, and customer service skills and abilities
? Assist with budget and funding preparation and planning
? Perform other administrative duties as assigned (related to the above responsibilities, i.e., database input and management; Web page updating and maintenance; data compilation and analysis; and drafting general correspondence.)

Minimum Qualifications

? U.S. Citizenship
? Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems/Technology Management, or related field preferred.
? 3 years of DoS financial management
? 5 years of project management or IT Management (PMI PMP Certification will substitute
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13. Department of Transportation Senior Intelligence Analyst Position

FedSys is seeking a Senior Intelligence Analyst with experience in all traditional areas of intelligence analysis, preparation of intelligence papers, briefing senior personnel, and collections for immediate fill. Candidates need to be well spoken, have the ability to work independently, posses excellent researching and writing skills, and be able to brief senior staff. Disaster, security, threat, economic, trade, cyber (important), transportation, and aviation experience desired. Must be able to understand and communicate, effectively, the impact of situations or events and their relevance to international trade.

Requirements:
BA or Masters Degree in Intelligence, National Security, Economics, Political Science, International Relations, and/or Economics is desired
Knowledge of U.S. Transportation System, preferred
TS/SCI (a must)
7 Years Minimum of as a season Intelligence Analyst
Expert in reviewing and analyzing relevant intelligence
Work independently
Knowledge of various intelligence databases

Responsibilities:
Brief key leaders at the highest level
Prepare Intelligence briefings


Work Location: Washington D.C.
Alfredo (Al) Diaz
Recruiting Manager


121 South Tejon Street, Ste. 18
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Email: adiaz@fedsys.com
Office: 719-433-7600
Mobile: 719-640-8393
Fax: 719-213-2083
FedSys, Inc. - Internet: http://www.fedsys.com
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Would you please post the the following job on your network? All resumes can be forwardes to jobs@sal-llc.com.

Thank you very much. Dave Briggs


14. Shee Atika Languages LLC is looking to hire a full time Criminal Justice Curriculum Development and Training Specialist to work with the State Department located in Washington D.C. Domestic and International travel is required with this position.

Duties/Responsibilities are as follow:

The CJCS is responsible for the design, development and delivery of law criminal justice curriculum for the PAST pre-deployment training program. In performing this function, the CJCS is required to coordinate with INL program offices, with UN/DPKO (as appropriate), with DOS and other USG instructors and assist the training program manager in the identification of appropriate, qualified instructors for training classes which the CJCS will not deliver himself/herself. The CJCS will also assist the training program manager in monitoring classes and maintaining training files, and will participate in Management Oral Board interviews of new criminal justice advisor candidates. The CJCS is required to stay abreast of current professional training issues and other duties as requested and assigned.

The CJCS:
? Designs, develops and delivers criminal justice curriculum to criminal justice advisor candidates preparing for deployment to overseas missions.
? Participates in meetings and other activities to develop plans/programs for implementation and improvement of the PAST program, and assists the training program manager in coordinating the PAST program with other INL program offices, the UN and other law enforcement/criminal justice agencies as appropriate.
? Assists the training program manager in providing oversight of all related activities, current analysis and up-to-date information on the appropriateness and effectiveness of the program; acts as a catalyst and conduit for information exchanges on strategic efforts in the areas of law enforcement and judicial and criminal justice system reform.

Minimum Qualifications

? US Citizenship.
? At least 7 years US legal experience, as well as significant training and curriculum development expertise (training and curriculum development expertise may be foreign or domestic).
? Experience working with the UN or other international organizations overseas in a criminal justice mission where training was a significant component.
? Excellent oral and written English communication skills.
? Ability to obtain DOS-approved security clearance at the secret level.

Preferred Qualifications

? Experience developing curriculum for international criminal justice missions.
? Demonstrated successful management experience in senior-level positions.
? Extensive contacts training and curricula experts.
? Knowledge of criminal justice development in an international environment.
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