Wednesday, July 29, 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 29 July 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 29 July 2009
1. WID Panel Event / Lunch, Aug 6th (Colorado Springs, CO)
2. Helpdesk Technician (Minot AFB, ND)
3. Test Engineer IV (Ft. Monmouth, NJ)
4. Construction Estimator (AL)
5. Food Service Positions (Afghanistan)
6. Joint Training System Specialist (Fort Bragg, NC)
7. APS Security Operator (12) (Afghanistan)
8. Security Officers for Peace Corps (OCONUS)
9. Detainee Affairs Staff Action Officer (Pentagon, VA)
10. Junior and Senior Social Scientists; Junior and Senior All-Source Analysts; Subject Matter Experts (OCONUS)
11. Senior Instructor (Alton, VA)
12. SOF/EOD veterans (Northern VA)
13. Special Operational Forces (SOF) Personnel Needed (OCONUS)
14. Supply Chain Analyst (San Diego, CA)
15. Senior Windows Systems Administrator (Hill Air Force Base, UT)
16. Battle Captain (Tampa, FL)
17. Acquisition Professional (Dayton , OH)
18. Independent Consultant – Sales (Work from home)
19. Customer Service Positions (Chicago, IL)
20. Start-Up Engineer (Southeastern WI)
21. Security Analyst (Lakewood, CO)
22. Information Security Specialist (Lakewood, CO)
23. Security Analyst – POA&M Coordinator (Lakewood, CO)
24. TAP Facilitator (Hawaii)
26. Proposal Development Coordinator (Colorado Springs, CO)
27. Housekeeping Lead (NIOSH Pittsburgh, PA)
28. Article: Air Force to hire civilians to manage unit programs

We are proud to present:
Women in Defense Rocky Mountain Chapter’s
August 2009 Panel Event
Preparing the Next Genteration for Cyber
Opening Remarks: Mayor Lionel Rivera
Brig Gen David B. Warner, HQ AFSPC Director, Communications and Information
Brian Binn, Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce
Scott Trimboli, PhD, UCCS Director, Center for Space Studies
Bruce Harmon, PhD, CTU Dean of Engineering & Computer Science
Date: Thursday, August 6th, 2009
Time: 11:30 – 11:50 Registration and Networking
11:50 Lunch Served
12:05 – 1:00 Program begins promptly at 12:05
Place: Antlers Hilton
4 S. Cascade Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
The luncheon fee is $22.00 for WID and NDIA members and $27.00 for non-members. Please be prepared to pay this amount by check or cash at the luncheon registration table. We cannot accept credit cards. Receipts will be provided. Parking will be validated
Please make your reservation by contacting Julie Baxter at (719) 475-0605 Ext. 1010 or by COB Aug 3rd (acceptances only). Cancellations received after Aug 3rd will be billed.
Please make sure you reference your company name and whether you are a member of WID or NDIA.
_____________________________________________________________________________________ SGIS is a government contracting firm that specializes in providing solutions within the areas of Information Technology, Engineering, Intelligence Solutions, Global Telecommunications and Logistics. SGIS has an established track-record of providing outstanding services and solutions to government agencies within the Intelligence, Homeland Security, Defense and Space communities. SGIS Ranked #10 on Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2008 Hot 100 List of The Fastest-Growing Businesses in America and Ranked #2 on the Washington Technology Fast 50 list.

• Helpdesk Technician

• Minot AFB, North Dakota

Required Clearance:
• Must have a favorable security clearance (NACI)

Job Description:
• Provides technical assistance to system users with minimal supervision.
• Responds to users’ requests for assistance.
• Installs and modifies personal computer hardware and software.
• Diagnoses hardware, software, and operator problems and takes remedial actions or recommends procedural changes.
• May install and configure computer systems and peripheral equipment such as monitors, keyboards, printers, and disk drives.
• May load and configure software such as operating systems, and environments and applications such as word processing, database, and spreadsheet programs.
• Uses software system to track Automated Data Processing Equipment inventory

• Working knowledge of personal computer equipment and software.
• Experience with one or more operating systems and environments.
• Requires 2-4 years related technical experience and an A+ certificate.

POC: Tony Barnes
719 8840125

SGIS has hundreds of contracts with the federal government where we are solving some the nation’s most complex challenges. We are always looking for exceptional professionals to help us protect our citizens and preserve their freedoms while we help our troops prepare for excellence and promote further exploration of our universe. We offer excellent compensation packages including benefits such as medical, dental, life and disability insurance as well as a matching 401k plan.
Job Description

Company Job Title: Test Engineer IV
Location: Ft. Monmouth, NJ
Reports To: Program Manager
FLSA Status: Exempt

Summary Responsible for providing software engineering support. Performs detailed testing and evaluation of software tools.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

1. Generate test plans and procedures, and execute tests to verify the implementation of customer requirements.

2. Codes and tests software application programs.

3. Analyzes, designs, develops, tests and implements software tools.

4. Works with software decryption/encryption algorithms, pattern matching and string search algorithms.

5. Provides software maintenance support for assigned applications.

6. Works with end user groups to evaluate and solve software problems.

7. Administers PC, UNIX/LINUX operating systems.

8. Support SOA and conventional systems test planning and test procedures

9. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs. Supervision This position has no formal supervisory responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Education and/or Experience Bachelor degree in computer science, electrical engineering, or related technical field is required. 5 years experience with intelligence systems, test engineering, test management and test reporting. Experience with DCGS-A is desirable. Additional relevant experience may be substituted for formal education.

Computers Skills Expert knowledge of Microsoft and UNIX platforms. Highly skilled in common network standards and protocols. Experience administering UNIX/LINUX and PC systems. Knowledge of computer architectures, distributed systems, telecommunications/network communications, hardware configuration design and the software development process.

Clearance Current SECRET clearance with ability to acquire a TS/SCI is required. Current TS/SCI is desired.
Mohammad M Kader
CFS Recruiter, Human Resources
10505 Furnace Rd Ste 205
Lorton, VA 22079
703-595-9648 Cell
703-493-9887 Fax
"Our Team, Your Solution"
An 8(a) ANC-Owned Subsidiary of the Chenega Corporation
POC: ERIK PLESSET / MRI RALEIGH / / 919-781-0400

Job Title: Estimator
Location: AL

Pay: $70K - $80K
Relocation Expenses: Yes
Term: Permanent
When: ASAP
Clearance: No


Leading International - Domestic brand… ENR top 100 list having banner year in Military DOD BOS, DOD, Airfield / Airport and related structures, Judicial / Correctional Institutions, Healthcare, Industrial, Commercial construction. Great opportunity.


5 years min project bidding / estimating experience required with excellent Timberline skills along with very strong ability to communicate verbally (with management, staff and subs). Organized, professional and good businessman / construction manager personality. Strong computer and reporting / writing skills. Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, construction management or related field is best but not required – HSD minimum.


Full cycle take-take offs and pricing, subcontractor coordination and evaluation of skills, bid preparation and submittal to client with pre-bid meetings. Subcontract, purchasing and purchase order coordination and participation. Scheduling progress, pricing and general reporting of project status to VP. Reports to Chief of Estimating / VP.


Erik Plesset
Search Consultant
International Construction Practice
Management Recruiters of Raleigh
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Hope you're having a great day. Just wanted to shoot you a quick note to let
you know about some great opportunities I have available for any Food
Service guys you know who may be getting out. A company that we are working
with that provides chow to our troops in Afghanistan has openings for
several types of positions. Details below. These are definitely a "hot fill"
as the company is looking to review resumes over the next 2 days and wants
folks who will be available to start within the next 21 days. If you know of
folks who meet the criteria and are interested, have them get in touch with
me ASAP at 800-282-0360 ext 140 or at and I will
get them set up for an interview. If you have any questions, don't hesitate
to give me a shout.

Company: Large Foodservice Company-HQ in Switzerland-Prime Vender for all
food for US Troops in Afghanistan. Has additional Operations all over the
World. The company buys, stores, ships and delivers the food. The company
also has major contracts for Fuels, ammunition and general logistics. $2
billion in Sales in 2009.


1. Customer Service Field Manager (Liaison type role) - 1 opening based in
Kabul, 10 openings based in Forward Operating Bases

2. Assistant Customer Service Manager (Inventory and Food ordering type
roles) - 2 openings based in Kabul

3. Chef Managers (36 openings)

Please note: this is A LONG-TERM CAREER type company. They do not focus on
short-term contracts. You will be hired as a permanent employee of the
company. This means that you can stay as long as YOU want as long as you
continue to perform. You will not get the "contract is over, go home" news
that allot of other overseas firms do.


* Must have solid Foodservice (cooking, managing cooks, ordering food)
or Food Warehousing Experience. (Chef Managers MUST have managed cooks)
* Must be okay with living in very harsh environments (30 people in a
large tent, porta-potties, etc.) and working for extended periods of time
without a day off.
* Must be adaptable and able to function effectively in a dynamic and
dangerous environment
* Must have a valid passport or be able to get an expedited passport
within 3 days of getting a job offer. (This can be done with a trip to one
of the Regional US Passport offices in the following cities: Boston,
Chicago, Denver, Norwalk,CT; Honolulu, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New
Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington,
DC. Costs for your passport fee are not reimbursed by this company). Call
1-877-487-2778 to find our more about this. About 50% of our hires did not
have their passports and did the Regional Passport option.
* Must be in good physical condition especially when it comes to
walking and lifting. This is a rough environment and excellent medical
facilities are not immediately available. There are no Medical facilities
for prescription drug renewals.
* Must be able to start work within 21 days of getting this e-mail and
within 1 week of getting your job offer.
* Must have an honorable discharge from the US Military and no DUI's
or criminal record. ( A single DUI more than 5 years ago with no follow on
issues or lost license might be passable).
* Must have good leadership skills and a true "can do", "whatever it
takes" type of attitude.
* Must have good computer skills.

Special Request: IF you have Skype, please put your Skype number on your
resume where you have your other contact info. This makes overseas phone
interviews easier to do.


1. Customer Service Field Manager: $4900 per month ($58,800 per year PLUS

2. Assistant Customer Service Manager: $5500 per month ($66,000 per year

3. Chef Managers: 2920 Euro's per month which currently equals $4116.85
per month or $49,402 per year (There is a special additional monthly uplift
of $300 per month for tent dwellers) so projected annual income (before
below bonus) is $53,002 PLUS $8463.22 ANNUAL BONUS.

Special Note on Bonuses: This is a target amount and is uncapped (thus it
can go HIGHER than the above amount.) It is based on the company's
performance and that performance has been exceptional in the past.

Tax Benefits:

Because this is a Swiss based company they take out no taxes on your income.
This can result in significant savings for you since your gross pay will be
your take home pay. If your pay from this company ends up being $70,000 a
year and that is not taxed then you would be making the equivalent take home
pay that someone working in the United States US might make who has a gross
income (before taxes) of $100,000.

Here are general "Unofficial" guidelines on how the tax-free situation
works: (Please do not consider Lucas Group as your tax-adviser on this.
Please consult your tax-advisor since these rules change frequently) You
will need to report your income to the IRS. IRS rules allow for the first
$91,500 in income (amount changes often) to be tax-free as long as the
person spends no more than 30 days in the United States or its territories
in a calendar year. If you start in the middle of the year then you can
still enjoy tax-free status since your income will be pro-rated. Example:
If you start on June 1st and thus work for 6 months abroad your first year
then you would be allowed 15 days (50% of amount for 12 month period) to
spend in the US between June and December 31st and still be able to claim
tax-free status on that June to December income with the IRS.

Additional Benefits:

A.) 63 days vacation a year (In three "21 day" increments). Most people
will come home for the first R&R and then, to avoid crossing the 30 day
tax-free mark, will fly their spouses to Paris or Australia or Canada or
Mexico, etc. for the next two trips. If you start 30 days after the new
year, don't worry your tax status is "pro-rated" to fit this issue

B.) THREE "company paid" round-trip flights home a year (or an equivalent
distance/cost if you want to go to Australia or Paris, etc for vacation)

C.) All housing, meals and laundry provided free by the company.

D.) World-wide Medical Insurance provided free of charge for the employee
only. Please NOTE: The family is not covered. Even if the employee wanted
to pay extra to cover the family it will not be an option. This is a Swiss
based company and they have not access to US Health Care plans.


John Lutkenhouse

Executive Senior Partner

Lucas Group

In Partnership With The Wall Street Journal

5935 Cornerstone Ct. W, Suite #130

San Diego, CA 92121

P: 858-457-2005 ext. 140

P: 800-282-0360 ext. 140

F: 858-558-0704

Routing Code: Victory
POC: Shelly Finnern at or 703-825-2209
Camber Corporation has an immediate opening for a JSOC Joint Training System Specialist
Position: Joint Training System Specialist 1010
Location: Fort Bragg, NC

Seeking Senior Officers with Special Operations experience or Special Forces experience. Would also prefer Joint Training System (JTS) experience, Joint Exercise planning experience and experience in Joint matters. Individual qualifications include knowledge of the Joint Training System and the organizational operating procedures of Special Operations. Active TS/SCI Clearance required.

Job Duties:
Provide on-site Joint Training System Specialist support to JSOC. On-site personnel shall provide detailed support on the policy, plans, procedures, actions, and milestones necessary for efficient conduct of joint training in accordance with reference documents. The primary function of the on-site support shall be to provide expert advice to the Headquarters and Service Component staffs to facilitate and accelerate compliance with the requirements of Joint Training System particularly as it applies to Special Operations Training.
Keywords: [Special Operations, SOF, Special Forces, O-4, O-5, O-6, War College, TS/SCI Clearance, Joint Special Operations Task Force, JSOTF, Joint Task Force, JTF]

Shelly Finnern
Camber Corporation
5870 Trinity Parkway, Suite 205
Centreville, VA 20120

Office: (703) 825-2209
Fax: (703) 825-2218
APS Security Operator (12) - Afghanistan

Project Overview (Brief overview of project, client, scope & objectives)
Conduct unarmed security operations on select facilities within military installations located at Bagram and Kandahar, Afghanistan.

Position Summary
Provide physical security (unarmed) and entry access control and perform inspections and surveys associated to activities, property, material and equipment located within the assigned boundaries of operation. Duties include the following: establish and maintain a 24 hour force protection and physical security program; general security administration, CCTV operations, physical security planning and execution, access control, static and roving security patrols, security force supervision; monitoring of security systems and force protection technological equipment; and training for security forces

Key Result Areas (Responsibilities)
• Protect all personnel, Government and nongovernmental property, material, and equipment located in assigned sectors from unauthorized use, loss, theft, trespass, espionage, sabotage, damage, and other incidents.
• Provide physical security, entry and access control, and perform inspections within assigned areas
• Administer and maintain the physical security program and report any deficiencies discovered during routine duties
• Advise in formulating and administering security procedures
• Ensure compliance with the Identification Badge System with regards to employee badges, temporary badges, and vehicle passes
• Coordinate, plan, and direct traffic operations
• Conduct preliminary information gathering and preserve crime scenes until the arrival of the Military Police.
• Patrol assigned sectors by motor vehicle, or on foot, as required to monitor any unauthorized activities or evidence of sabotage.
• Control personnel and vehicle entry to and from designated entrances
• Conduct monitoring of any installed alarms and intrusion detection and closed circuit television systems and coordinate the response upon identification of a situation.
• Establishment, maintenance and enforcement of an auditable key, lock and seal custodial system for internal security of assigned facilities, space and equipment of a security interest
• Thorough understanding of Project Operating Procedures, Standard Operating Procedures, Work Instructions and other provisions of the PWS.
• Safeguarding sensitive equipment to include the protection and transportation of sensitive equipment.
• Detain and search personnel when required
• Operate a vehicle registration program.
• Process requests for transportation, travel, and for logistical support when required.
• Must be a US Citizen
• Must be in possession of, OR able to receive an interim SECRET security clearance
• Be physically able to perform all general duties, functions and activities related to security operations

Job Context/Working Environment
Is able to handle stressful job situation successfully, including working extended hours. A mixture of typical multicultural office environment as well as duties performed outdoors. Is able to function in a culturally sensitive manner with frequent interactions across functions requiring excellent communication and inter-personal skills. Requires working simultaneously on multiple projects and assignments while maintaining a congenial work environment. Emphasizes team-work and coordination. This position is in a fast-paced work environment with tight deadlines. Requires independent work without routine supervision. Required to work in both an office and outdoor environment. Outdoor environment includes exposure to extremes of hot and cold weather, rain and snow. Duties require extended periods of sitting and viewing video monitors, standing, and walking. Required to lift as much as 70lbs while conducting duties .This is an OCONUS position.

Communication and Working Relationships
Will freely communicate and build relationships with a variety of people in a team or individual environment. Will be aware of cultural differences and protocols and act appropriately. Required to write clear and concise reports using military time and day-month-year relation. Display of positive attitude and providing excellent customer service are paramount. The effective Security Operator will be a self-motivated, team player who interacts positively with people, while striving to complete all assigned work with utmost accuracy. Flexibility and responsiveness will be keys to being successful in the job. Opportunities will exist for the Security Operator to supervise a staff of LNs and TCNs in their duties, and may be responsible for mentoring and training them, as well as monitoring their performance.

Framework, Boundaries, Decision Making Authority and Responsibility
Will follow installation SOP's and US Military requirements and regulations such as AR 190-13, The Army Physical Security Program, Appendix F, FM 19-30, Physical security, and CENTCOM OPORD 05-01.

Mandatory Knowledge, Skills and Experience
A minimum of 5 years of Military service, Police service, or formal security training and qualification. Competent with search and detainment training as well as force protection operations.

Desired Skills, Knowledge, Attributes, Experience Level
• Previous deployment in hostile environments including Afghanistan.
• Physically fit and a desire to maintain a high level of fitness.
• Skills in basic fire fighting such as the ability to use fire alarm systems, fire extinguishers, fire barriers, and sprinkler systems highly desired.
• Skills in basic combat lifesaving and first aid highly desired.
• Experience with security monitoring equipment highly desired.
• Secret Security Clearance.


You must apply to the position on our website in order to be considered:

Erica Ajroud
Agility Defense & Government Services
Washington, D.C. USA
I was wondering if you would use your extensive network to spread the
word about some Security Officer vacancies here at Peace Corps?

These are federal positions in the 0080 series on the Foreign Service
pay scale, equivalent to the GS-12 level. Promotion to GS-13 equivalent
would be after 1 year and satisfactory completion of all required
training. The positions are based overseas and the actual locations
have yet to be determined, although we anticipate vacancies in South
America, Central America, West Africa and possibly Central Asia. The
announcement indicates "term limited appointment" which is a bit
misleading. The positions serve on 30-month tours which can be extended

The link through USAJobs is:

To apply, one can go to this link:

If you know of any who might be interested, please share it with them
and give them my contact info.



Edward C. Hobson, SES-3

Associate Director for Safety and Security

U.S. Peace Corps

1111 20th Street NW

Washington, DC 20526

Detainee Affairs Staff Action Officer Position
L3 Communications
Joint Staff

Require an individual with Detainee Affairs experience from GITMO, Iraq or Afghanistan to work Detainee Affairs actions on the Joint Staff. Individual must have a current TS and be SCI eligible. Position is as a full time salaried employee with L3 Communications. Must be able to start work the later part of August.

E-mail resumes to
Positions available:
Junior and Senior Social Scientists; Junior and Senior All-Source Analysts; Subject Matter Experts in terrorism studies, anthropology and/or area studies focusing on North Africa, East Africa, Arabian Peninsula, or South Asia. SME applicants will be expected to have conducted field research and/or lived in their areas of expertise.

Description: Black Watch is looking for dynamic individuals, able to operate in a multi-disciplinary team taking on complex problem sets. This team will provide research, analysis, and operations support to DOD and private sector customers. Work will be human terrain, counterterrorism, counterinsurgency, economic, and policy research & analysis to support engagement and strategic communications. Personnel will conduct field research OCONUS and be able to present findings before senior military and private sector executives. The operations tempo will be extremely high while the team serves the fluid needs of multiple customers.

Work sites will include, Washington DC, Tampa FL, Stuttgart Germany, and other locations TBD. The team will be expected to travel over 25% of the time, with OCONUS TDYs of up to 30 days to North Africa, East Africa, Middle East, and South Asia.

The compensation for these positions will range from $60,000-$85,000 for junior positions and $90,000-$120,000 for senior positions. The Black Watch provides up to $10,000 for relocation.

Desired Skills and Experience:
Counterterrorism specifically focusing on jihadi adversaries in Africa, Middle East, and/or South Asia
IO / Strategic Communications Planning
Human Terrain research & analysis

Basic Qualifications:
Writing and presentation skills are highly valued.
Education: BA minimum; MA / MS / MBA / PhD preferred
Experience within DOD / IC / State - 3+ for junior positions; 8+ for senior positions
Work experience OCONUS, especially doing research, diplomacy, communications, and development in Africa and Asia
Languages: Foreign language capability is highly valued, particularly native speakers of French, Arabic, and local languages / dialects of North Africa, East Africa, Middle East, and South Asia
Clearance: SECRET minimum; TS/SCI preferred
Multidisciplinary backgrounds are highly valued (i.e. prior experience in military / DIA, in civilian agencies (e.g. State, USAID, Treasury), academia, NGOs, and private companies)

Resumes are due no later than 4 Aug 2009.

Please contact Aaron Patterson, at or 502-264-1001 to submit your resume or ask any questions regarding these positions.

Subject: [Black Ice] Director of Training for the O'Gara Training Facility (OTF)-Alton, Virginia

Employment Opportunity:

Position Solicitation: The O'Gara Training and Services Division's Tactical Operations Branch is seeking a full time employee to perform as the Director of Training for the O'Gara Training Facility (OTF) co-located with Virginia International Raceway (VIR) in Alton, Virginia. This is an immediate fill full time position.

Location: O'Gara Training Facility (OTF) in Alton, Virginia. The facility is co-located with Virginia International Raceway (VIR) about 3.5 hours west of Virginia Beach, VA on HWY 58.
Resume Closing Date: July 31, 2009.
Period-of-Performan ce: Indefinite
Work Performance: Overall in charge of the daily operations of the O'Gara Training Facility, provides leadership and management to facility staff, business development to include producing proposals both on the financial and technical aspects, develops and maintains facility budget, revenue forecasts, client relations, hires and handles administrative affairs with Part Time On Call (PTOC) employees , professional interaction with government contract specialists, VIR leadership, range and race track scheduling and the local community. Provide instructor support services for classroom and practical defensive/anti- terrorist driver and small arms weapons training.
Position Description: Individuals will be supporting the training of students from the Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Local/State and Federal Law Enforcement, select security firms and other government agencies.
Job Requirements: Preferred candidates are former Special Operations Forces, USMC, and USG agency operators with past experience developing, and managing formal programs of instruction. Candidates should also possess verified past experience in contract negotiation, business development and proposal writing. Further requirements include-
• Current secret security clearance
• Graduate of a formal Instructor Training course
• Received defensive/anti- terrorist driver training
• Small arms weapons training instructor
• Possess the ability to serve as the subject matter expert for specific areas of instruction mentioned aboveJob Qualifications:
• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license throughout the period of the contract.
• Direct experience instructing defensive/anti- terrorist driver and small arms training.
• Preferably WPPS certified
• Must present and maintain a neat and clean professional appearance.
• Must possess good written and verbal communications skills in English.
• If prior military experienced must be verifiable with a DD214.
• Must have left respective community/agency under honorable conditions.
• No felony or violent crime convictions (NO WAIVERS).
• No personal bankruptcy or outstanding credit delinquency within seven years.
• No DUI or illegal drug use history within seven years.
Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. A competitive benefits package is included.
Note: Send all resumes to
please include your name and the letters OTF GM in the subject line of your email. For example Joe Guns OTF DOT All correspondence, your resumes and DD214s will be held in strict confidence.
www.ogaratraining. com


Employment Opportunity:

Position Solicitation: The O'Gara Training and Services Division"s Tactical Operations Branch is seeking candidates to perform as the Senior Instructor at the O'Gara Training Facility (OTF) co-located with Virginia International Raceway (VIR) in Alton, Virginia. This is an immediate fill full time position.

Location: O'Gara Training Facility (OTF) in Alton, Virginia. The facility is co-located with Virginia International Raceway (VIR) about 3.5 hours west of Virginia Beach, VA on HWY 58.
Resume Closing Date: July 31, 2009.
Period-of-Performan ce: Indefinite
Work Performance: To primarily serve as the senior firearms / driving instructor with a supplemental duty as the facility/range manager. Assist the General Manager when directed and posses the ability to assume his duties in his absence.
Position Description: Individuals will be supporting the training of students from the Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Local/State and Federal Law Enforcement, select security firms and other government agencies.
Duties include:
• Serve as instructor for firearms and driving courses
• Facility/range manager
• Conduct MTT (Mobile Training Teams) as needed/scheduled
• Organizing and writing curriculum for all present-day course offerings
• Mentoring potential part-time instructors in "Train the Trainer" courses
• Networking, marketing, up-selling and promoting The O'Gara Group
• Update/upgrade facility with range/training enhancements
• Range, garage, offroad facility, vehicle and office maintenance as needed
• Maintain ATF log books
• Order and maintain ammunition magazine
• Order and maintain target shed contents
• Evaluate client "course critique sheets" to enhance future training
Job Requirements: Preferred candidates are former Special Operations Forces, USMC, and USG agency operators with past experience developing, and managing formal programs of instruction. Candidates should also possess verified past experience in contract negotiation, business development and proposal writing. Further requirements include-
• Current secret security clearance
• Graduate of a formal Instructor Training course
• Received defensive/anti- terrorist driver training
• Small arms weapons training instructor
• Possess the ability to serve as the subject matter expert for specific areas of instruction mentioned above
Job Qualifications:
• Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license throughout the period of the contract.
• Direct experience instructing defensive/anti- terrorist driver and small arms training.
• Preferably WPPS certified
• Must present and maintain a neat and clean professional appearance.
• Must possess good written and verbal communications skills in English.
• If prior military experienced must be verifiable with a DD214.
• Must have left respective community/agency under honorable conditions.
• No felony or violent crime convictions (NO WAIVERS).
• No personal bankruptcy or outstanding credit delinquency within seven years.
• No DUI or illegal drug use history within seven years.
Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. A competitive benefits package is included.
Note: Include your name and the letters OTF SRINST in the subject line of your email. For example Joe Guns OTF SRINST All correspondence, your resumes and DD214s will be held in strict confidence.
To be considered for the above positions with Team O'Gara forward a DETAILED RESUME to
www.ogaratraining. com
NEK is currently hiring for the following position:
NEK is seeking highly experienced SOF/EOD veterans to support a unique contract in Northern Virginia. Qualified applicants should have extensive operational experience and have a communications, medical, EOD, or a technical background. Individuals must also possess instructional experience and the ability to train DoD and other customers in the operation and integration of specialized equipment as well as be prepared to deploy with the equipment to train or operate it overseas. Qualified individuals will be required to have extensive tactical expertise, possess a high level of physical fitness, and be capable of maintaining advanced marksmanship skills with M-4/M-9 type weapons. This is a 5 year contract with excellent benefits, relocation allowance and the chance to work with a select group of experienced SOF/EOD veterans. A current TS clearance is required. These positions provide excellent compensation and full benefits to include: medical, dental, cafeteria plan, vision, 401K, workman's comp, life, AD and D, and relocation assistance. As stated, relocation is required.
If interested and qualified, please apply online at for consideration.

NEK Advanced Securities Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

Select Programs Group (SPG) is seeking U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Special Operational Forces (SOF) to support a classified USG program overseas.
Job Description. Low visibility mobile security.
Responsibilities. Responsible for working all aspects of client personal protection to include route reconnaissance, site surveys, movement operations and site security. Must be "switched on", capable of identifying problems before they occur and implimenting timely solutions when they do. Must be capable of assisting in detailed and or condensed mission planning process in order to meet the client's needs.

Qualifications. Must have 6 or more year's active duty U.S. DOD SOF military operational experience in: USASOC/USASFC-18 Series, RGR BN or RGR RGT, NAVSOC-5326, MARSOC-0321, AFSOC-PJ/CTT with at least 1-yr operational experience in the current theatre of operations.
Other requirements:
• Must supply copies of DD214 for verification purposes.
• Honorable Discharge.
• US Citizen.
• Valid US Drivers License.
• Current US Passport.

• High School Diploma.
• Must be able to get a Secret clearance and up to a Top Secret.
• Must be in good physical shape, with the ability to pass a physical fitness test.
• Must be able to pass a psychological screening and wonderlic short employment tests.
• Daily rate of $700.00.
• Contractors are paid as I-9s (independent Contractors).
• $5,000.00 sign on bonus
• 5% contract completion bonus for completing a contract year, a contract year is 270 days.
• $150.00 daily rate during training to be paid at completion of training.
• SPG covers travel HOR to training site and return.
• DBA insurance covers injuries incurred during training and while forward deployed
• 90-days deployed 30-days leave,90-30s.
• Expect to dedicate 3wks to training. Training includes advanced shooting qualifications, PT test that includes a 1.5 mile run and 185lb dummy drag a mid-way point, dummy drag distance is 50 meters.
• Advanced driving.
• Combatives.

This is a rewarding opportunity both operationally and monetarily and I hope that all qualified personnel will give it serious consideration.
If interested please send resume and DD214 to:
Brad Smith
Recruiter, Select Programs Group

Apex systems Opportunity, San Diego, CA, Supply Chain Analyst

The Supply Chain Analyst, reporting to the Supply Chain Manager, will be responsible for the development and implementation of key procurement and inventory programs to reduce inventory costs and optimize customer service levels to provide the company a competitive advantage in the areas of materials, supplies and services.


• Implement sourcing strategies to support company objectives.

• Locate, analyze and develop a supplier base for identified commodities to meet current and future needs.

• Develop reporting to manage supplier cost, quality and delivery performance

• Assist in analyzing and optimizing inventory management strategies and productivity improvement programs.

• Able to evaluate issues and develop action and implementation plans.

• Interacts with individuals and cross-functional teams to ensure solutions are documented and implemented.

• Compile, analyze data and prepare detailed reports documenting the cost savings and inventory reductions achieved.

• Works on issues of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires evaluation of a variety of factors.

• Receives assignments in the form of objectives and plans appropriately to ensure schedules and goals are met.


• Minimum Bachelor's degree or equivalent is required.

• Seven (7) to ten (10) years progressive materials, inventory control, procurement or supply chain experience.

• Experience developing supplier relationships and supplier managed inventory programs required.

• Knowledge of inventory management techniques.

• Working knowledge of Supply Chain methodologies: Demand Flow, VMI, SMI, and Kanban.

• Understanding of Lean Manufacturing.

• Good communication and teamwork skills with all levels of the organization.

• Excellent organizational skills, independent thinking and high level of initiative.

• Strong analytical, quantitative and data management skills.

• Experienced in SQL or JDE Strategy report writing.

• Proficient in MS Office suite.

• DE One World experience helpful.

POC: Eric Sholl, 619-757-1646,


Preferred Systems Solutions Opportunity, Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, UT Senior Windows Systems Administrator

***Clearance: Top Secret or Interim T.S.***

Job Duties:

• Provide guidance to the utilization of the Windows OS in the architecture of the base systems.

• Provide technical support on all Windows applications including system analyst support and application installation, and configuration.

• Perform System Administration (SA) functions including building new servers, migrations of applications from development to production, troubleshooting and diagnostics of applications, system and vendor software monitoring and tuning client and web applications, software and hardware upgrades installations and maintenance. When requested, report to the Technical Action Officer (TAO).

• Monitor products within the environment using such system monitors as Windows Event logs. Report any irregularities to the TAO.

• Web Administration support to include:

o Install, patch, and configure current SAP supported versions; i.e., SAP GUI, SAP R/3, SAP BW, SAP Cfolders, and SAP Records Management.

o Support the SAP Web dispatcher specific configuration requirements.

o Select an appropriate application server (persistent with stateful applications, load balancing, ABAP or Java server).

o Configure and maintain SAP web dispatcher profile parameters.

o Manage the SSL configuration, forward, terminate, and (re)encrypt requests.

o Configure SAP Web Dispatcher / Message Server for Virtual Hosts.

• Provide technical consulting services to the base customer on questions and issues relating to the software maintained on the base systems for applications.

• Provide consulting and technical advice and problem resolution for development of application programs and system interfaces.

• Perform trend analysis on system performance, recommend configuration changes to the TAO, and participate in the planning activities to schedule system upgrades.

• Continuously document via Configuration Management tools, share and make generally available system information with fellow associates as configuration, program or technical changes are made or occur.

• May provide, as-needed, hands-on, informal training and knowledge transfer to fellow associates each week as determined by the Branch Chief.

Job Requirements:

The incumbent will provide highly-skilled technical support in WINDOWS Server operations, Windows 2000 and 2003 server operations and CITRIX Administration.

• Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 and a high level knowledge of Windows Operating environments including:

o System administration, performance tuning, Veritas backup solutions, raid implementation using fiber channel storage mediums and knowledge of Storage Area Networks (SAN). Experience in setup and administration of enterprise scale WINDOWS Networks

• Experience in using WINDOWS domain tools including:

o User manager, server manager, domain policy Editor and domain replication. Experience using SQL server 2000, SQL server 2005 and WINDOWS clustering. Knowledge of thin client technologies including Windows terminal server and Citrix Winframe/Metaframe. Candidate should be familiar with Department of Defense system security requirements including C2 security implementation and NSA Windows STIG requirements.

• Web Technologies:

o Expertise with web technologies including apache web server and Microsoft LIS.

• Hardware:

o Experience troubleshooting hardware failures and systems incompatibilities on X86 platforms.

o Experience with HP, Compaq and DELL X86 server platforms and storage systems.

• Security Technologies:

o Experience with analysis creation and implementation of sec7 Provide training on subject matter areas within the Technical and Application Support Branch for less skilled technicians in the assigned technical area of expertise.

o Charts and graphs maybe required.

o Troubleshoot problems and implement changes in assigned area security policies including the use of Microsoft Security Configuration and Analysis MMC Plug-in.

o Experience with group policy and the effect of security through the use of group policies.

o Experience using NSA guidelines to secure the Windows environment.

• Experience with information technology including government systems, policies and procedures and government workflow processes, with system administration on a cross platform network.

• Environment:

o Consists of multiple mid-tier or server type platforms. In conjunction with the server platforms are automated tape libraries, disk farms and SANS.

o Client Architectures include Windows 2000 and Windows XP clients.

o Software includes Office 2000/2003, Outlook, IE5, Navigator and NAV.

Active Top Secret or Interim Top Secret Clearance Required. Accordingly, all candidates must be a U.S. Citizen to qualify.

POC: Brian Lohmann,, 703-663-2777 x104
All questions and
>resumes should be sent to me @
>Stu Saylor (Northrop Grumman)
>Ideal candidate would be an mid level officer (Battle Captain) that
>can work independently and understands MDMP.
>This position is located in Tampa (CENTCOM)
>Relocation cost will be considered.
>* Coordinate with Threat Networks Interagency Planners to
>assist in the development of action plans for transition to
>operational execution in the Operations Coordination Branch,
>Combating Terrorism Division of the USCENTCOM J3 Interagency Action
>Group (IAG)
>* Assist with refinement of plans during the development
>stage and the transition of approved plans into Operations
>Coordination Cell. Responsible for monitoring, executing, and
>refining operational plans
>* Develop and maintain an operations tracking database and
>synchronization matrices addressing all elements of DoD/Inter-Agency
>coordination and execution, DoD Rewards and DoS Rewards for Justice
>(RFJ), Financial Sanctions, Criminalization actions, Diplomatic
>Efforts, Strategic Effects/Information Operations and Locations to
>provide daily, detailed status to command-level leadership
>* Active TS/SCI security clearance
>* Occasional CONUS and/or OCONUS travel for coordination of
>tasks, participation in Joint Targeting Process and select USCENTCOM
>Crisis Action Teams (CATs) when assembled
>* Strong background in the Military Decision Making Process
>(MDMP), planning and operational execution, Joint Operations
>Planning, familiarity with JOPES, strong understanding of COCOM
>staff procedures, understanding of USG Agencies capabilities (to
>assist planning and integration), and strong oral and written
>communication skills
Subject: Job - Acquisition Professional - Dayton , OH
From: John Wainwright
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 08:50:23 -0400

Please publish the following opportunity for an Acquisition Professional:
Senior Acquisition Manager - DOD Secret clearance required

Location: Dayton, OH
Wright Patterson AFB

15 years Acquisition exp. in which 5 in a defense acquisition program, either a PM or an IPT lead

Knowledge of establishing and determining the ability of assigned equipment and subsystems to meet design requirements, and experience in determining that the design requirements are met for the integration of system. into a complete operational aeronautical system. Knowledge and experience in interpreting operational requirements, determining subsystem interfaces, and analyzing risks and design trade-offs within limitations imposed by cost, performance, production schedules, and supporting requirements.

Responsible for the implementation of DOD and Air Force acquisition policies and management procedures.
Must evaluate, select, adapt and modify standard techniques, procedures and criteria.
Responsible for the development and analyzes of an integrated program master schedule and performing the technical evaluation of contractor prepared schedules.
Support the program at reviews, conferences, and other functions.

John Wainwright I Senior Technical Recruiter
Office: 301-446-6960 Ext. 211 I Mobile: 301-535-5475
6305 Ivy Lane, Suite 100, Greenbelt, MD 20770
I am an Independent Consultant with Arbonne International. We are a 29 year old product-driven company with consumable, vegan certified health and wellness products that bring proven results.
I am looking to expand my business nationwide and would love to sponsor individuals into the company so they, too, can begin to build a business that will bring them residual income. What makes this such a wonderful opportunity is that in celebration of our 29th Anniversary, Arbonne is giving back the $29 Registration Fee online with every initial order of $150+ IMMEDIATELY, right on the spot in the shopping cart. In addition to making this purchase, the registration of a Preferred Client also means that the person will receive a 20% discount IMMEDIATELY off their order AND they will qualify to pick one item (up to $100 value) from Arbonne absolutely FREE as a Thank You for opening their own account.

Becoming a Preferred Client and enjoying these pure, safe and beneficial products is just the first step to building a business (should the Preferred Client so choose). Please help me get the word out about this great offer. We are now operating in Canada, Austrailia and the United Kingdom. I am able to sponsor anyone in the USA and these countries. All applications and registrations are handled via internet - and can be submitted 24/7 and at the Preferred Client's convenience.

This offer for the $29 Registration Fee Waiver ends this Friday, July 31, 2009!

Thank you for getting the word out. I really appreciate it!

Charlene Malsom,
Independent Consultant and Executive District Manager
I.D. #10070561

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Call: 303-906-6072
Visit the website at:

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"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." ~Thomas Alva Edison
Most of my business is based on referrals from satisfied clients. Please let your family, friends and co-workers know that I would love to help them Discover Arbonne to see if it is a fit for them.
Subject: Chicago Veterans needed to fill a Open Chicago Manufacturer Customer Service Position
Hi Everyone,

We are curretly pre-screening veteran candidates for the position described below. We are providing this assistance through the American Recovery and Re-investment Act. Candidates MUST be City of Chicago Residents with low income.
A North side Chicago Manufacturer is currently looking to fill an open Customer Service position. Job repsoncibilities include taking incoming phone calls, processing orders, and answering general questions from the public. The individual in this position will essentially be the representative voice for this large-scale company. They are looking for someone who is intelligent, articulate, personable and computer literate. Previous customer service experience is preferred but they are willing to train the right person.

It is strongly emphasized that only qualified applicants apply. This is a full-time position of great responsibility and salary/wage will be determined based on an applicant's skills.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to:

Posting Info: Start-Up Engineer

Publication Date: 07/29/2009

Reference Code: 50216424002

Number of Openings: 2

Location: Southeastern WI

Department: Customer Operations

Duties and Responsibilities: Start-Up Engineers are responsible for commissioning newly constructed or modified distribution equipment, substation equipment and transmission facilities. The Engineer supports multiple departments to implement planned and unplanned equipment installations. This position will ensure correct function and documentation of substation and transmission components, protection schemes and control systems that will be released for control by both Electric Distribution Operations and System Operators. The ability to work outside of normal business hours as required by workload or project and outage schedules is required.

Education and Experience Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering is required. PE license is desirable. A minimum of three years of related experience is required. Knowledge in substation engineering, wiring schematics, relay and control function and Protective Card Procedures is desirable. Candidates must possess strong analytical, communication and team skills as well as the ability to identify solutions to complex issues. Knowledge of computer systems and the ability to use a variety of office and engineering software is required.

Additional Notes: To be considered, please apply online. Be sure to follow all instructions: Go to:

We Energies is an equal opportunity employer.
Security Analyst needed for the Operations Branch of DOI NBC’s Information Security Division. Position is for DOI NBC, Lakewood, CO. For more detailed information contact:

Fredrick D. Gilmore
G&B Solutions, Inc.
Phone: 571-313-7395
Information Security Specialist
The candidate will perform in a professional position requiring a moderate level or knowledge in IT architecture, System Administration, and experience in the C&A process to succeed in the environment. A BA/BS from an accredited university/college or equivalent military work experience is required. The job is located in Lakewood, CO. For more detailed information contact:

Fredrick D. Gilmore
G&B Solutions, Inc.
Phone: 571-313-7395

Security Analyst – POA&M Coordinator Inbox
Candidate works within broad objectives to ensure that the federal government's Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M), a part of the Certification and Accreditation (C&A) compliance program, is successful and current. The candidate will maintain and update the client’s official POA&M data base by reviewing the completeness of newly identified vulnerabilities and then assisting the System Owner through the process of closing the reported vulnerability. Located in Lakeood, CO. For more information contact:

Fredrick D. Gilmore
G&B Solutions, Inc.
Phone: 571-313-7395

I am attaching the Job Announcement for the TAP Facilitator position opening in Hawaii starting in September 2009. As always, I ask that you check in with your networks and associates in case you learn of a strong candidate. Your assistance in our search process is always helpful and appreciated.

Thanks, Dave

David S. Maurer
Project Director
CONUS Program Operations
Inverness Technologies
6858 Old Dominion Drive, Suite 200
McLean, VA 22101
Phone: (703) 448-3038, ext. 307
Fax: (703) 448-3075
Toll Free: (800) 826-1646
Cell: (540) 845-1618

Career Transition Trainer – Part Time
All military installations in Hawaii

Posted: July 29, 2009
Reports to: Department: Projects:
Project Director,
CONUS Program Operations Training Department of Labor
Transition Assistance Program

Category: Pay rate: Term:
Exempt, Hourly
Negotiable Part-time
September 1, 2009 start date
Inverness Technologies, Inc., is accepting resumes for part-time Career Transition Workshop Trainers. Sites will include all military installations in Hawaii. Will facilitate approximately 1-2 workshops per month. This could be an excellent opportunity for military spouses or veterans living in the area. Candidates must have previous experience in Training, Career Counseling or Human Resources.

Inverness trainers conduct workshops for military personnel who are transitioning from the US military and planning to enter the civilian work force. Each workshop is 2 ½ days to 3 days in length (weekday, daytime hours). Course material includes such topics as:

Career decision making
Identifying job goals
Job search techniques
Resume preparation
Interviewing skills
Dress for Success
Job offer and salary negotiations

Minimum qualifications include the following:
Previous work experience must include a comprehensive understanding of the U.S. labor market and public and private sector employment practices.
Candidates must have demonstrated experience in training, career counseling or human resource management.
Must own a computer, have email capability and have experience using Microsoft Power Point.
AA degree or 3 years military experience as a Trainer. United States military experience preferred but not required; must be able to enter US military bases and buildings.
Excellent communication skills
Must demonstrate an interactive, dynamic and energetic training style necessary to engage this military audience in job search training activities.

Email cover letter and resume to INVERNESS TECHNOLOGIES at:
Fax: (703) 448-3075
Following you will find information on the US Mint vacancies that are opening today. For more information or to view the complete announcement(s) for the following vacancies go to:

SERIES/GRADE: TR-0083-09/10

NOTE: Complete application packages must be received at ARC OHR no later than the CLOSING DATE. If applications are being mailed, faxed or sent via e-mail, they must be received by ARC, TFESB, no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on the closing date.

Please Note that some announcements in USAJOBS will appear with an "A" attached to the announcement number for any minor amendments.

Chris Jones
Human Resources Assistant
Bureau of Public Debt
(304) 480-8462
Job Title: Proposal Development Coordinator (Colorado Springs, CO)
FLSA Status: Exempt
Job Summary:
The Proposal Operations position is responsible for developing sound, well written and compliant proposals. This position oversees writing and production, synthesizing text and ideas from multiple authors and compiles them into one well organized, well written document with a centralized theme and wining spirit. Directs the staff of proposal writers, editors, subject matter experts and reviewers in the development of proposals. Devises schedules to drive the proposal development process and ensures all required documents are compiled and incorporated into proposals. Develops schedules and task assignments for key team players and coordinates the proposal writing process from implementation to proposal development. Ensures every submitted proposal is compliant and provides sufficient detail and graphics to promote our abilities and increase our capacity to win. Coordinates the timely receipt of accurate, well written documents and incorporates them into the proposal. Coordinates review teams, and provides leadership and oversight to ensure on-time, quality reviews. This position reports directly to the Vice President of Strategic Plans and Programs and works in conjunction with the Strategic Business Development team.
• Leads the proposal development team; plans the proposal writing effort from cradle to grave.
• Develops strategies and drives timelines for proposal development; enforces timelines and encourages team to meet deadlines.
• Influences the winning atmosphere necessary to develop well thought out, quality products.
• Develops processes that govern proposal management for the TechWise Team.
• Manages the development of proposal efforts and submits winning proposals as needed; only submits quality proposals (never submits a proposal that misrepresents the quality our company delivers).
• Works in conjunction with our established team mates and influences relationships for future opportunities.
• Works in conjunction with the Strategic Business Development Team to respond to sources sought.
• Responsible for proposal preparation to include tracking proposals, managing proposals, working with team members, and creating proposal verbiage.
• Edits and proof reads every proposal prior to turn-in; ensures proposals are well organized and written.
• Follows up on all proposals after turn; request post award conference for all lost proposals and obtains copy of our score card; actively seeks guidance to improve proposal development process.
• Works closely with other companies to coordinate efforts and past performance to write compliant proposals.
• Actively monitors working relationships to gain trust and confidence of our team mates.
• Acts as a control point for integrating independently developed documents and graphics into the proposal; mitigates risks for all assigned functions.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.
• 5+ years experience in a technology or related industry; 2+ years of planning experience and 5+ years of managerial experience required.
• Military experience preferred.
• Must be willing to travel.
• Must understand and have knowledge of government contract execution.
• Must have an excellent grasp of the English language; strong written communication skill is required.
• Must possess the ability to maintain positive and cooperative working relationships with subordinates, peers and executive management.
• Must have the ability to work effectively in a team environment and demonstrate ability to prioritize, including the ability to work well under pressure, interruptions and tight deadlines.
• An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent communication skills.
• Must be able to perform job duties with little or no direct supervision.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications with the job.
Position Vacancy Announcement
Posting Date: 28 Jul 09
Posting ID: WS PVA 05.09
Close Date: 3 Aug 09
Essential Job Functions:
Organize and assign janitorial work as required. Schedule special cleaning projects as
well as daily cleaning duties with standard procedures of the housekeeping department.
Operation and maintenance of cleaning equipment, including floor machines, vacuum
cleaners, wet mops, large wringers, and other necessary equipment, tools, chemical and
supplies; cleaning of carpeted and hard surface floors including vacuuming and dry
and/or wet mopping; cleaning of bathrooms including walls, floors, ceilings, mirrors,
doors and fixtures; cleaning of hallways, entries, storage, and utility rooms and offices;
emptying trash containers and removing trash; and delivery of janitorial supplies.
Requires an ability to communicate effectively and write reports. No physical restrictions
that would prevent walking, standing, kneeling, stooping, bending, rotating, high and low
reaching activities, and climbing up and down stairs for extended periods. Must be able
to lift and transport unassisted loads up to 50 pounds. Ability to operate and repair
mechanical and non-mechanical cleaning equipment is required. A valid driver’s license
is required.
To Apply:
Send resumes and to:
Mail: Wolverine Services, LLC
Attn: HR Manager
5475 Mark Dabling Blvd., Suite 340
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Fax: 719-260-1352
Wolverine Services, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Air Force to hire civilians to manage unit programs

7/21/2009 - RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AFNS) -- Squadrons with more
than 50 military and civilian members could start seeing relief in managing
their additional duties as early as this fall, with a 1,200 newly created
civilian unit program coordinator positions.

Feedback from the 2008 Airman's Time Assessment revealed Airmen were being
pulled away from their primary duty stations to work full time on unit
programs such as the Government Travel Card program, safety program,
automated data processing equipment accounts and security programs.

"We found that when the commander's support staffs drew down, commanders
were left with two options. They could either manage these tactical
administrative programs themselves or pull Airmen from the frontlines to do
it," said Maj. Christopher Busque of Force Support Officer Career Field
Management in the Pentagon. "We were concerned that the resulting effect was
causing a loss of mission capability."

By hiring 1,200 civilian UPCs, Air Force officials will effectively put
Airmen back into their primary duties, preserving Airmen's time and
maximizing administrative efficiency across the Air Force, Major Busque

Announcements of the GS-06, GS-07 and YB-1 job vacancies are projected to
hit USAJobs and the Air Force's secure employment site this month, with new
hires reporting to work as early as October.

Ideal candidates for the positions should:
- Possess strong administrative or personnel background
- Ability to manage and organize multiple tasks
- Be customer oriented
- Understand personnel tracking.

"These incoming civilian Airmen are going to be great assets to the
squadrons because not only will they help keep our talented, healthy,
motivated and well-equipped Airmen working on the primary mission, the unit
program coordinators will have the most current knowledge on evolving
programs and will provide continuity in a very fluid environment," said
Paula Blackwell from the Directorate for Civilian Force Integration at the
Air Force Personnel Center here.

Ms. Blackwell cautioned that UPCs should not be confused with administrative
assistants. The primary purpose of the UPC is to manage unit programs and
serve as unit liaisons to the military and civilian personnel offices.

Commanders looking to hire for these positions should contact their force
support squadron/mission support squadron commander. Individuals interested
in applying should search USAJobs or the Air Force's secure employment site
for "Unit Program Coordinator, GS-0303, YB-0303" for specific locations.

More information on civilian employment, visit AFPC's public Web site and
click on the "Life and Careers" menu.