Thursday, August 6, 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 6 Aug 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 6 Aug 2009

Check out the “Featured Employers” section for additional positions not posted currently on the K-Bar List."

Use the info provided in the job notice to apply.
1. CINTAS Positions (Various)
2. Job Title: Maintenance Tech’s (Barstow, CA)
3. security position (Chicago, IL)
4. Gas Turbine Engine Instructors (Philadelphia, PA; Norfolk, VA; and San Diego, CA).
5. global PJM procurement/sourcing (flexible location)
6. Military Tactical Training Instructor (Pt.Hueneme, California & Gulfport, Mississippi)
7. Information Security Specialist, JR (Oxnard, CA)
8. Systems Analyst JR (Oxnard, CA)
9. Project/Task Administrator, JR (Oxnard, CA)
10. Mechanical Engineer – Aero, Structural, Metallurgical (Colorado Springs, CO)
11. Senior Software Engineer (Pasadena, CA)
12. Quality Assurance Manager (Evansville, IN)
13. Logistics Management Analyst – Navy Fire Scout Program (Moss Point, Mississippi)
14. Management Technician (Great Lakes, IL)
15. TRAINING ANALYST (Ft. Belvoir, VA)
16. Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) SME- (Fort Belvoir, Virginia)
17. Administrative Assistant (Bolling AFB)
18. SOF LNO - 29 Palms, CA - (PT position)
19. SOF LNO (FT position) 29 Palms, CA
20. SRC Air Operations Planner and Scripter, Tampa, FL (FT position)
21. SRC Operations Planner, Tampa, FL (FT position)
22. IED Trainers - Hohenfels, Germany (3 separate FT positions)
23. SF Unconventional Warfare Analyst, Ft. Bragg, NC (FT position)
24. Weapons of Mass Destruction (3 FT positions) - Tampa, FL
25. Site Lead – helicopter maintenance (DC)
26. Business Developer (Afghanistan)
27. Data Entry Operator 3 (San Diego, CA)
28. Logistics Management Analyst 2 (San Diego, CA)
29. Logistics Engineer 3 (San Diego, CA)
30. Property Control Support 2 (San Diego, CA)
31. Shipping Receiving Coordinator 3 (San Diego, CA)

1. Attached is the weekly list of current job postings. Thanks for posting current available positions for CINTAS Corporation, a major recruiter of transitioning military personnel from all branches of the service. Please contact me at with any questions or concerns regarding our open positions or to update any e-mail addresses. You may also contact Sally Hart, National Military Recruiting Director, at or by phone at 800-594-4358. Thanks for your assistance and enjoy the day!

Kind regards,

Tricia Cegiel
Military Recruiting Assistant
CINTAS Corporate HR
Cincinnati, OH

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Job Title Location Job Number Post Date
Advanced Management Partner TN - Chattanooga 10075113 7/28/2009
Advanced Management Partners Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Fire Service Technicians Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
First Aid & Safety Service Sales Representative CT - Fairfield County 10076833 8/2/2009
First Aid & Safety Service Sales Representatives Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Maintenance Mechanic MO - St. Charles 10076641 7/30/2009
Maintenance Mechanics Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Office Manager MD - Landover 10074301 7/8/2009
Production Supervisors Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Service Sales Representatives Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Service Managers Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Service Representative II - CDL Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009
Service Training Coordinator MO - Columbia 10076057 7/7/2009
Service Training Coordinators Nationwide Opportunities various 8/6/2009

Nationwide Opportunities for Transitioning Military Personnel
CINTAS designs, manufactures, and implements corporate identity programs, and provides entrance mats, restroom supplies, document management services, promotional products, fire service, first aid and safety products for over 500,000 businesses. The company operates facilities in the U.S. and Canada, including manufacturing plants and distribution centers. In addition to having more than five million people wear CINTAS clothing each day, CINTAS has achieved 39 consecutive years of growth in sales and earnings to date.

For more information about careers at CINTAS and nationwide opportunities, please contact:
Sally Hart, National Military Recruiting Director at 800-594-4358 or e-mail:


2. Job Title: Maintenance Tech’s (Barstow, CA)
# Of Candidates: 2 +
Duration: Long Term
Responsibilities: Maintenance Tech’s with RCS Components/Electronic Shelter Components/SATCOM/Scheduled Preventative Maintenance/operations on Army/DoD/Mil projects. These positions will be maintaining NTC (National Training Center) equipment while the project is on hold…This is a long term project and they want candidates that will stay for the duration… Candidates need to be fully qualified and need two checked References.

Prior Army exp. is a huge plus
May require travel to multiple training facilities
Must have Active Secret Clearance or higher-No Interims
Background Check and Drug Test
Must be a US Citizen
3. security position (Chicago, IL)
Sent: Thu 8/6/2009 4:15 PM
Subject: Chicago Security Company is looking for qualified Veteran Candidates
The Albany Park Community Center Veterans Program is currently pre-screening veteran candidates for the security position detailed 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 Chicago-based security company is currently interviewing for the following position-
Minimum Qualifications:
• Prior security experience preferred.
• Must evidence have customer service skills and ability to communicate orally and in writing.
• High School diploma or equivalent.
• Meets all team deadlines and responsibilities, listens to others and values opinions, helps team leader to meet goals, welcomes newcomers and promotes a team atmosphere.
• Meets commitments, works independently, accepts accountability, handles change, sets personal standards, stays focused under pressure, and meets attendance/punctuality requirements.
• Deals with others in a straightforward and honest manner, is accountable for actions, maintains confidentiality, supports company values, and conveys good news and bad.
• Supports values and daily actions and decisions, communicates vision and values to others, generates enthusiasm, incorporates vision when planning.
• Seeks out and accepts feedback, is a proactive learner, takes on tough assignments to improve skills, keeps knowledge and skills up-to-date, turns mistakes into learning opportunities.
• Handles customer questions and complaints, communicates with customers, handles service problems politely and efficiently, always available for customers, follows procedure to solve customer problems, understands company products and services, maintains pleasant and professional image.

General Responsibilities:

• Perform functions as directed to protect the building and its occupants.
• Attend roll call to review any communication from building and/or security management.
• Conduct interior and exterior patrols.
• Greet and direct all visitors.
• Maintain and conduct access control for building. Permit only authorized individuals to enter building.
• Respond to emergency situations in a timely manner.
• Monitor PC-based security/CCTV system and respond to any disturbances.
• Maintain radio communication with all building personnel.
• Maintain security presence in building. Serve as a deterrent for suspicious activity.
• Respond and report all incidents pertaining to security and building operations.
• Be capable of evaluating, investigating and reporting all types of security and law enforcement incidents. Complete incident reports if necessary.
• Prepare daily paperwork including inventory or Daily Condition Report.
• Perform other duties not listed and are assigned.

It is strongly emphasized that only qualified applicants apply. This is a full-time position offering a minimum of 32 hours per week and a salary/wage starting at $10/hr.

To apply, please email/Fax your resume and to: Fax#773-588-5716
Also, you may contact Veteran's Business Specialist, Ryan Kersh at 773-433-3246 if you have any further questions.

Anelia Petrova

Anelia Petrova
Director, Workforce Development
Albany Park Community Center
Phone: (773) 539-3828
Fax 1: (773) 588-5716
Fax 2: (773) 583-5062
Posted: August 6, 2009

4. Position: GE LM2500 Gas Turbine Engine Instructor

Global BGITM is seeking SKILLED classroom instructors/technicians to train active duty personnel on installations and upgrades to the General Electric LM2500 series gas turbine engine. Training will take place principally at the assigned location with travel estimated at 5%. There are three positions to be filled: one each at Philadelphia, PA; Norfolk, VA; and San Diego, CA.

Salary commensurate with experience.


Must possess NEC GSE-4141 Smart Ship Engineering Control System Equipment (ECSE) Operator and Maintenance

The ideal candidate will possess NEC 9502 Instructor as well

Ideally possess the GS rating; will consider EM or MM ratings if appropriately qualified

Prior paygrade: E5 – E8

Prior service on a CG, DDG, or FFG class ship with LM2500 gas turbine “hands-on” experience

Demonstrated knowledge and experience operating and performing preventive/corrective maintenance on the ECSE

Proven track record in providing effective on-the-job training and in the professional development of students/technicians

Must be self-motivated and effective operating in a training environment

Ability to provide feedback for improving overall quality of the training product

Value working with people of similar high integrity and drive to achieve established objectives

Global BGITM is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business demonstrating leadership in managing complex projects in the technology, engineering, energy and environmental fields. Global BGITM places emphasis on hiring people who can work well in teams, meet stringent schedules in a high-quality fashion, and solve problems when the unexpected occurs. Our reputation is built upon the integrity, honesty, initiative and drive of the people working for us.

Interested shipmates please send resume with cover letter to:
E-mail (preferred): or
Fax: (410) 956-4706; Attention: Human Resources
Questions call (443) 370-4307
Please visit our website at
5. global PJM procurement/sourcing (flexible location)
As part of a new global corporate services contract, we need to come
up with a rock star for global PJM procurement/sourcing of services and
materials. In several countries where we can, CBRE PJM will source, negotiate and
own contracts for GC, A/E, move, furniture, ect.. Ours from start to
finish. These services will cover the globe so while this sourcing manager will
have in country CBRE PJM resources, they will need to manage our overall
strategy for global sourcing.

So, I thought the military may be an option for someone with sourcing
and global experience. Location of where this person sits is somewhat flexible
for the right person.

Any thoughts? Can you push this requirement out to your contacts

Ken Schotl | Sr. Managing Director

Western Region | Project Management

CB Richard Ellis

3501 Jamboree Road, Suite 100 | Newport Beach, CA 92660

T 949-509-2124 | C 949-357-7969 |


6. Military Tactical Training Instructor (Pt.Hueneme, California & Gulfport, Mississippi)

Travel: Minimal

Provide tactical instruction to the military consistent with U.S.
Marine Corps School of Infantry Curriculum.

Required Qualifications: Candidates must possess a minimum of two (2)
years documented tactical operational experience in land warfare
* Land navigation
* Tactical communications
* Convoy operations
* Small arms
* Crew served weapons
* Patrolling
* Mission planning
* Basic combat fundamentals

The following additional qualifications are considered favorable:

* Instructor certification- (9502) or equivalent.
* Navy Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) or its
military equivalent

* Crew served weapons instructor or equivalent.
* Certified EMT with current certification in accordance
with the laws and regulations of the state of California or

Candidates need to have an understanding of computer applications as
they apply to instructional presentations in a classroom.

Compensation: Pay is commensurate with qualifications. Lead
instructors GS 10-12. Instructors GS 8-10.

Resume Submission: Go to www.linxxsecurity. com and click "careers"
link in the upper right hand corner to apply for Gulfport or PT.


CACI Opportunities:
7. Oxnard, CA, Information Security Specialist, JR 39672

CACI has a position for an Information Security Specialist 2 at the
NSWC PHD Air Dominance Department. Personnel will provide these
services at shore sites, land based test facilities in support of
U.S., Allied Nations, and Foreign Military Sales customers.

Under close supervision, assists with information system
administration, operation maintenance of secure databases and network
using basic knowledge of information network software and hardware.
Perform operation maintenance of the classified BMD Observation
Reporting System (BORS) database.
Enter all BORS information into the BORS database upon receipt from
various project engineers and via fleet feedback.
Assist in the planning, coordination and facilitating a monthly BORS
adjudication meeting with members of the AEGIS BMD technical
Monitor security systems, and analyzes potential threats and
vulnerabilities to client databases and networks.
Perform technical management of the BMD Observation Reporting System
Provide information technology services needed to incorporate proven
technologies and analyze the associated risks required to succeed in
field-testing of AEGIS BMD and the BMDS.
Provide technical inputs for the conduct of each BMD test event and
permission work-ups to include direct electronic mail communications
and formal write-ups to each BMD T&E event Navy Test Officer.
Provide on-site mission execution support (operational and technical)
at various test ranges and launch facilities and Naval bases for
major pre-mission tests and T&E ballistic missile launches event as
identified by the applicable NTO.
Provide engineering support to the Mission Interoperability Lead for
BMD T&E Events.
Construct mini-Test Plans to support proper documentation and
execution of Link risk reduction testing.
Identify T&E possible problem and risk areas and recommend resolution
to the applicable SPO.
Assist with the development of new computer and network security
systems, including both hardware and software.
Assist in development and implementation of technical security
Coordinate technical incident response and remediation activities for
client environments.
Provide security analysis and consultation services for product,
system and network architecture designs.
Assist in the analysis of network traffic and alerts to assess,
prioritize and differentiate between potential intrusion attempts and
false alarms.
Participate in investigations to resolution and tracks solutions.
Compose and send alert notifications.
Issue user ID's and passwords to new users and monitors system access
and use to identify any security violations; analyzes basic security
findings and data.

Required Qualifications: Must have a current DoD SECRET Security
Clearance to qualify.

Requires a Bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science or a
related discipline (or equivalent such as certifications in systems
administration or network security) and two to four years of related
information security experience.
Must have two (2) or more years experience related to BORS and
Must have experience with the test planning documentation, test
plans, test requirements, test specification and test procedures for
Naval Integrated Combat Systems.
Must have proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Must have exceptional communication skills, both orally and written.
Must have ability to interact and communicate with naval officers,
senior enlisted personnel, and other civilian staff members.
Must have the maturity and composure to be the representative aboard
ship responsible for personnel, performance, and schedules.
Please e-mail detailed (no page limit) chronological resume, clearly
showing required qualifications in MS Word format to:,
reference Position # JR 39672

8. Oxnard, CA, Systems Analyst JR 39702

CACI has an upcoming requirement for the Air Dominance Engineering
Support Services Contract for NSWC PHD Air Dominance Department.

Provide engineering, technical, and computer program services in
support of planning, scheduling, execution, and post event analysis
of CSSQTs, CNO Test Events, and special engineering test and
evaluation events aboard AEGIS Ships, at test sites, and during
integration of the AEGIS Combat System.
Prepare detailed specifications from which programs will be written.
Provide post test event analysis, develop Test Plans in accordance
with the existing specifications, and provide technical feedback,
reports, and recommendations.
Provide data analysis, technical feedback, reports, and
recommendations on Ballistic Missile Defense Test & Evaluation aboard
AEGIS ships test and training events.
Provide analysis, technical feedback, reports, and recommendations in
support of the tactical and operational interoperability requirements
among participating units during CSSQTs and other test events.
Provide data analysis required to support Combat Systems
Interoperability for interoperability systems such as Tactical Data
Links (TADLs) for Aegis and other Battle Force and System T&E events.
Assist with developing a testing schedule and provide inputs to the
government representatives to be incorporated into the T&E POA&Ms for
the complete system.

Required Qualifications:
Must have a current DoD SECRET Security Clearance to qualify.

Bachelor's degree (in Computer Science or related field) or
equivalent, and two to four years of related data extraction and data
reduction experience.
Must have an excellent understanding of the Trouble Observation
Reporting System (TORS) as well as the Ballistic Missile Defense
Observation Reporting System (BORS) database and the submittal of
discrepancy reports to the Analysis Control Board for disposition.
Must have experience with attending and participating in Data
Analysis Working Groups during discussions regarding major test
events and test observations.
Must be able to perform reviews and analysis of Engineering
Discrepancy Reports submitted by various Government and can track for
personnel, ensuring critical changes are submitted for implementation
in follow-on software builds.
Must be proficient in MS Office Programs including Word and Excel.
Must have exceptional communication skills, both orally and written.
Must have ability to interact and communicate with naval officers,
senior enlisted personnel, and other civilian staff members.

Desired Qualifications:
Direct experience related to data analysis for test and evaluation
support for the AEGIS Combat Weapon System.
Experience analyzing data from Land Based Test Sites and providing
detailed post test event briefs to navy, government and other
contractor personnel.

Please e-mail detailed (no page limit) chronological resume, clearly
showing required qualifications in MS Word format to:,
reference Position # JR 39702

9. Oxnard, CA, Project/Task Administrator, JR 39898

CACI has an immediate opening for a Project Task Administrator to
provide engineering and research support for the Navy's Combat System
(CS) and Interior Communications (IC) Switchboard program.
Responsible for the administrative management of acquisition,
contracting and purchasing processes and automated systems associated
with acquisition planning, contract execution, source selection,
contract administration, contract closeout and specialized reporting.
Researches and interprets Statement of Work (SOW), subcontracting
estimates, invoices and other documents associated with Interior
communications. Provides assistance to procurement technicians,
contract managers, procurement clerks and administrative personnel
supporting the acquisition process. Interacts with others to collect
information, follow-up on deadlines, and track progress to enable
project to meet its objectives/requirements. Assists efforts of
project employees in metrics, presentations, spreadsheets and other
duties as assigned. Organizes production and presentation of
deliverables. May interface directly with subcontractors, clients,
customers and subcontractors. Composes the complex reports and
develops and tracks schedules. Assists senior level on-site project
management support and coordination for complex Navy projects (i.e.
SHIPALTS, ECPs, Ship Checks, CASREPS and AITs) relative to shipboard
(surface & submarine) Interior Communications. Performs other jobs as
assigned. research, develop and create documents, (presentations,
status reports, install schedules, metrics, funding status) and

Required Qualifications:
Must be eligible to obtain and maintain a DoD SECRET Security

Bachelor's degree in business administration or equivalent, and one
to two years experience in project support or management
Must have 1-2 years experience in supporting Program Managers (3 to 5
years is preferred)
Must have experience with administering contracts, delivery orders,
procurements, invoicing and documentation.
Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
Must have experience with writing SOW, Subcontract Agreements,
Estimates, and Sole Source Statements.
Must have working knowledge of SHIPALTS, ECPs, Ship Checks, CASREPS
and AITs
Must have exceptional communication skills, both orally and written.
Must have ability to research and develop qualitative or quantitative
metrics from various data.
Ability to interact and communicate with naval officers, senior
enlisted personnel, and other civilian staff members.
Please e-mail detailed (no page limit) chronological resume, clearly
showing required qualifications in MS Word format to:,
reference Position # JR 39898

10. Position: Mechanical Engineer – Aero, Structural, Metallurgical
Contract: USAFA 8(a) 2009 R&D
Location: US Air Force Academy
Department: Center for Aircraft Structural Life Extension (CAStLE)
Applied Mechanics Laboratory @ Dept. of Engineering Mechanics (DFEM)
POP: 1 year Period of Performance, start date asap after award (expected mid Aug)

Project overview:

Valdez, under contract with the US Air Force Academy, is conducting basic research in the area of “Impacts of Atmospheric Corrosion on Structural Integrity of High Performance Department of Defense Assets”. The Air Force has a need to improve the basic understanding of corrosion and its impacts on the aircraft fleet so that this information may be applied to design and repair of current and future military aerospace vehicles.

Position focus:

The Valdez team at DFEM requires a mechanical/structural engineer w/ PhD to conduct metallurgical investigations into the corrosion-environment-fatigue interaction in aircraft aluminum structure. These investigations shall include studies of fatigue crack propagation progressing from known-relevant corrosion topographies and impacted by the surrounding moist environments.

Other objectives include the following and may be achieved in cooperation with other Valdez engineers on staff:

• Conduct fatigue testing of structure representative of C-130 aircraft Center Wing Box (CWB) structure.
• Study the effectiveness of corrosion inhibitors on accumulation of fatigue damage.
• Validate the effectiveness of surface coating systems to inhibit fatigue crack formation and growth proximate to corrosion, in the context of CWB structure and teardown loading/local environment results.
• Develop and implement an accelerated-quantitative laboratory experiment with the attributes necessary to characterize the SCC resistance of ultra-high strength corrosion resistant and stainless steels, specific to atmospheric-contaminant exposure and pertinent to specific DoD aircraft applications and mechanical-mission conditions.
• Assess the beneficial and detrimental roles of residual stress, with associated manufacturing methods, as well as the format and magnitude of primary loading, affecting component resistance to SCC.
• Formulate and characterize new-tailored metallic and organic coatings that mitigate SCC by galvanic polarization and/or smart ion release.

Required competencies:

• SATEC and MTS mechanical and servo-hydraulic static and fatigue machines
• LabView data acquisition software
• Strain gages
• MSC/NASTRAN, MSC/PATRAN, StressCheck, ABAQUS, TrueGrid, STRIPE computational structural mechanics software tools
• UNIX operating system
• Hitachi, Cambridge, and JEOL Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) with EDAX and Electron Backscatter Detectors
• Automated and manual scanning vibrating probe
• Olympus, Zeiss, Hi-Scope and Nikon optical microscopes
• Hardness testers and Nano Indentor
• Standard metallographic sample preparation equipment
• Image capture and analysis software
• Computer-controlled milling, lathe, and electro-discharge machines
• SolidWorks and MasterCam computer-aided design and manufacture software
• CNC mills and lathes (Haas VF2, Haas Mini-Mill, Haas TL-1)
• Manually-controlled wood- and metal-shop machines in the Applied Mechanics Laboratory
Valerry L Duchak
Director of Staffing Services
Valdez International Corporation
1490 Garden of the Gods Road
Co. Springs, CO 80907
2 Brittany Lane, Stafford, VA 22554 _ (540) 658-1311 phone _ (540) 658-1359 fax _
August 6th, 2009
11. Title: Senior Software Engineer
Location: Pasadena, California
Base Pay: $90k+ based on experience
Required Education: BS Degree
Required Experience: 3+ Years
Req'd Travel: None expected
Relocation Covered: No
Contact: Austin Mroczek
Phone: 760-207-8796
Job Summary: SBG is seeking a web applications developer to develop and support interfaces that
permit archive users to discover, explore and download astronomical data sets from a NASA archive.
The successful applicant will work as part of a team to develop and support interfaces for accessing data
from the archive, both web-based and program friendly interfaces. The applicant will be responsible for
development of a capability to efficiently search the archive for moving solar system objects using user
specified orbital parameters, to be used in support of solar system science investigations. Additional tasks
will include development of archive search interfaces tailored for particular data sets, as well as general
archive search and retrieval tools. These interfaces will be implemented using web technologies including
XML, HTML and Javascript. Other tasks may include query optimization and performance tuning, and
providing general support to archive end users. Position is contingent on contract award.
Minimum Requirements:
● BS in Computer Science, Astronomy or a related technical field.
● 3+ years professional experience in developing software applications in a Unix environment using
C++ or Java
● 3+ years professional experience using web technologies including XML and Javascript.
● 3+ years experience working with astronomical data and orbital ephemerides, including celestial
coordinate systems, imagery, photometry, spectra, catalog data and their formatting standards
● Experience with relational database technologies including SQL and ODBC/JDBC
● Strong communication skills and the demonstrated ability to work well with other members of a
small team
Preferred Qualifications:
MS in Computer Science, Astronomy or a related technical field.
5+ years professional experience in developing software applications in a Unix environment using
C++ or Java
5+ years professional experience using web technologies including XML and Javascript
5+ years experience working with astronomical data and orbital ephemerides, including celestial
coordinate systems, imagery, photometry, spectra, catalog data and their formatting standards
DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work
being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive
list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be
required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
12. Quality Assurance Manager (Evansville, IN)

AmeriQual Foods, a multi-million dollar food-packaging corporation, is seeking a self-motivated, results-oriented individual to assume responsibilities as Quality Assurance Manager reporting to Director of Quality Assurance. Qualifications include, but are not limited to
• BS in Food Science or related degree preferred.
• 2-5 years management experience in a food or beverage environment
• Knowledge of USDA, FDA federal regulations
• Proficient in MS Excel & Word
• Excellent communication skills & strong organizational skills
• Knowledgeable in QA Systems, HACCP, SPC, etc.
• Thermal Processing experience a plus

Fax or mail resumes to:

AmeriQual Foods
H.R. Dept.
18200 Hwy 41 North
Evansville, IN 47725
Fax (812) 867-0278

13. Logistics Management Analyst – Navy Fire Scout Program
Moss Point, Mississippi

Supportability is built in to all our aircraft and systems. Product life cycle support includes sophisticated program level Logistics Support and Maintenance Task Analysis systems. You could join a select Logistics team supporting the Navy Fire Scout UAS Program in Moss Point, Mississippi. Position duties are similar in scope to a squadron aviation storekeeper (AK/SK). Specifically you will:
• Provide supply support services to post-manufacturing preservation and organizational level maintenance.
• Be responsible for tracking all of the awaiting parts (AWP) status.

A Secret Clearance will be required in this position.

Qualifications: A Bachelors degree ,or equivalent, and at least 8 years experience including experience with the Naval Aviation Maintenance Information System (NALCOMIS) experience. Must be former enlisted E-7 or above. Former Supply Corps Warrant Officer or LDO preferred.
A thorough understanding of:
• Uniform Material Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS)
• The duties of an Aviation Support Division (ASD)
• Submission process of material requisitions through MILSTRAP procedures

It is expected that the successful candidate will be Graduate from the formal training program in Naval Aviation Supply, Meridian, MS, or the Joint Aviation Supply Maintenance Material Management (JASMMM) course, Athens, GA.

For more details and to Apply On-Line, go to and
Enter 84266 in the keywords field of the Job Search page.

Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce.
The following position will be filled by competitive promotion procedures from the RESUMIX resumes on file at the Human Resource Service Center Northeast (HRSC-NE). The request to fill this position will be transmitted to the HRSC-NE no earlier than 7 days from the date of this e-mail. Your resume must be on file by that date to be considered for this position.

14. Position: Management Technician, YB-0344-01 target 02
Location: NAVFAC Midwest, Business Office, (position formerly belong to Personnel Resources and Programs/Management Services (PRP/MS)), Great Lakes, IL
Announcement #: DON0344

Duties: The position provides direct support to the Business Manager, and supports the business office to include Director Personnel Resources and Programs/Management Management Services, the Business Analysis Office as well as Counsel and Assistant Counsel. The incumbent uses office automation skills to perform management and/or program support assignments. Prepares correspondence, reports, and other documents in draft and final form using a computer with a wide variety of software. Ensures correct grammar, spelling, capitalization, punctuation and format. Is proficient in all Microsoft Office Suite software tools, e.g. Word, Excel, calendar, and PowerPoint, as well as DCPDS personnel software (MODERN), Defense Travel System, and other NAVFAC Information Technology suites. Prepares presentations for the Business Office. Receives and answers routine telephone inquiries or refers to appropriate staff. Uses judgment to answer recurring questions and resolve clerical and administrative problems. Acts as Command receptionist, receiving and referring visitors to NAVFAC Midwest Headquarters. Provides backup for the Commanding Officer/Executive Officer Secretary during her absence and during times of heavy workload. The incumbent also organizes, collects, analyzes and presents information related to both current and future issues associated with NAVFAC Midwest, and will deal with diverse situations that may involve periodic changes in workloads, changes in work processes or program objectives. The incumbent shall have a knowledge of an extensive body of management and/or program analysis technical rules, guidelines, regulations and precedents. Takes information, researches relevant sources, gathers data, and prepares draft and final reports for higher level employees. Assists in the preparation of program management documents, and responsible for updates on routine schedules, assists in scheduling and coordinating a wide variety of meetings, maintains various official files, and all records for personal property for the Business Office ensuring correct storage and labeling.

To complete a resume, or submit your current resume go to An automated inventory referral system (RESUMIX) is used to fill vacancies through the Merit Promotion Program and other non-competitive means. When applying, carefully follow the instructions to ensure you receive consideration for the position. A resume and an Additional Data Sheet are required. If you have a current up-to-date resume and Additional Data Sheet on file with the HRSC-NE, you may request that it be used to apply for this position by following the instructions at the bottom of the announcement. Your most recent resume on record is the resume that will be used for consideration.
15. Subject: Job Opportunity-- TRAINING ANALYST, Ft. Belvoir, VA
CACI/The Wexford Group is looking for a Training Analyst at Ft. Belvoir. Please send resumes to

Training Analyst

Company Information
The Wexford Group International, Inc., is a CACI company.
Position Information
Position Title:
Training Analyst (Fort Belvoir, VA)

Reference Code:

Business Unit:
Acquisition Management
Type of Position:
Full Time
Min. Clearance:
Experience Level:
8 to 20 years
Degree Required:
Bachelor's Degree Minimum
Salary Information:
Competitive salary based on experience, excellent benefits
Travel Required:
Less than 25%
Position Summary
The Training Analyst oversees the development of training materials and the conduct of training during fielding. Receives and analyzes all training requirements and maintains a rigorous quality control process to ensure the efficacy of training materials and procedures. Responsible for developing and assisting in the development, writing, interpretation and monitoring of organization training policies, procedures, manuals. Evaluates training, equipment, training facilities; assists in development of the training budget, to include approving and monitoring training expenditures. Provides technical expertise regarding training designs, methods and techniques to organization trainers, managers, and supervisors; coordinates outside providers of training and negotiates contracts to provide supervisory, management and other training to meet project needs.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs)
Candidates must meet the following requirements:

- Prior military experience required.
- Ability to identify, assess, and evaluate training requirements and alternatives, and develop appropriate approaches to fulfill training objectives.
- Knowledgeable and experienced in executing organizational training programs.
- Proven experience as a course material developer.
- Proven experience as a platform / podium military instructor in a formal educational environment.
- Possess an understanding of the fundamental teaching and learning methodologies and the ability to apply these principles and methods.
- A working knowledge of project schedule management, requirements analysis and budgeting.
- Significant experience and skills with all Microsoft Office tools and networks, especially PowerPoint.
- Personal experience conducting training in a variety of venues to include use of traditional classrooms, programmed learning, hands-on, and electronic and computer aided training.
- Highly polished verbal and written communication skills and the ability to coordinate with all levels of leadership.
Christina Romeo
Lead Technical Recruiter
The Wexford Group, a CACI company
16. Subject: Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) SME- Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 17:18:02 -0500
From: "Lillian Hill"
To: "Lillian Hill"

Please forward to your network. Thank you!

Location: Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Ideal Innovations Inc. seeks a subject-matter expert in hyperspectral imaging (HSI) technologies and phenomenology for remote sensing of improvised explosive devices (IEDs). The candidate will conduct a comprehensive review of HSI technologies and components for airborne, vehicle-mounted and fixed-site applications. By cataloging the observables related to IEDs, and relating these observables to specific sensor requirements, the candidate will develop a common operating picture to help inform DoD decision-makers. The program will also conduct HSI workshops, develop standardized targets for HSI systems, and consider operational constraints that affect deployed HSI systems.

The position requires a Masters degree in engineering/science plus a minimum of 5 years of experience in the related field of study, or a Bachelors degree in engineering/science plus a minimum of 8 years of experience in the related field of study. Prior experience related to IED defeat is desired. A Secret clearance or higher is required.

If you would like to submit your resume please email

Thank you!
Lillian Hill
17. There is a vacancy for an Administrative Assistant with a current SBI and TS to work at DIA HQ at Bolling AFB. Position pays $53K.

Please ask any interested candidates to contact:

Mr. Wayne M. Gatewood, Jr., USMC (Ret)
Quality Support, Inc.
A Service Disabled Veteran and Minority Owned-Small Business
8201 Corporate Drive, Suite 220,
Landover, MD 20785
301-459-3777 Ext 101 - FAX 301-459-6961
If anyone is interested, they can submit their resume to me.

Email: or FAX: 813-207-5001

These positions are also posted on our website at under "Careers" (open positions).
Thank you very much for your assistance. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Have a great day.
Genny Pomatto
Human Resources
Office: (813) 207-5055 *Ext 102
Toll Free: (866) 304-3311
Fax: (813) 207-5001
Visual Awareness Technologies & Consulting, Inc.
3825 Henderson Blvd Ste 304
Tampa, Florida 33629
Certified 8(a) SDB for Federal Contracts

18. SOF LNO - 29 Palms, CA - (PT position)

Part time Special Operations Forces Subject Matter Experts (SOF SMEs) provide a thorough and comprehensive understanding of Joint SOF operations (air, ground, and maritime) at the tactical level and operational levels.

Advises exercised USMC commanders on SOF integration and employment (TTPs), lessons learned, SOF organizations, SOF doctrine. Serves as SOF role players/SOF unit LNOs to USMC units in the Mission Readiness Exercise (MRE) Mohave Viper (MV) to report on, coordinate and portray the activities of higher, lower and adjacent SOF units for eight (8) MV rotations per year for ten (10) days per MV rotation. LNO duties and responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Advise the conventional force commander on the current situation, missions, capabilities, and limitations of supporting and supported special operations forces (SOF) units; coordinate, synchronize, and deconflict SOF within the exercise operational area; assist the USMC force commander and staff with linkup planning and execution; receive SOF operational, intelligence, and target acquisition reports directly from deployed SOF elements and provide them to the USMC supported headquarters. Coordinate appropriate fire support coordinating measures.

Reviews and analyzes exercise concepts and plans for the suitability, feasibility, acceptability, technical accuracy, adequacy, for the integration of Special Operations Forces. Coordinates with exercise concepts and plans prior to serving as a SOF LNOs to exercised USMC units. Coordinates with SOF LNO for current and relevant TTPs. Serves as SOF SMEs and role players to assist the Advisory Group transition team staffs with all aspects of Security Forces assistance, training and development

Prepares and delivers oral presentations, written correspondence, training sessions, consultations, and strategy sessions with other staff service functions and activities to secure cooperation, resolve controversial matters, and convey information relative to proposed changes in assigned exercises and projects.

19. SOF LNO (FT position) 29 Palms, CA

Air Ground Task Force Training Command Liaison Officer (LNO) provides MAGTF-TC a thorough and comprehensive understanding of Joint SOF operations (air, ground, and maritime) at the tactical and operational levels; provides USSOCOM J7 complete expertise on MAGTF-TC's training mission, capabilities, programs and resources.

Advises the on SOF employment (TTPs), lessons learned, SOF organizations, SOF policy or doctrine. Advises on SOF's core missions (Foreign Internal Defense, Counter Terrorism, Unconventional Warfare) in support of Irregular Warfare employment capabilities. Advises the on SOF's capabilities and involvement in Counter Insurgency operations and Stabilization, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction operations.

Advises the on the appropriate level of SOF employment within the USMC Mohave Viper (MV) exercise program. Reviews and analyzes exercise concepts and plans for the suitability, feasibility, acceptability, technical accuracy, adequacy, and integration of Special Operations Forces. Provides SOF expertise and assistance for SOF integration exercise design, development, and planning. Provides relevant and current feedback to exercised unit commanders on SOF integration procedures. Advises Modeling and Simulations community on SOF organizations, capabilities, limitations, and employment. Serves as liaison for Irregular Warfare.

Serves as the Special Operations Planning Response Cell (SPRC) Liaison to provide current, relevant SOF TTPs and coordinate potential USMC-SOF training opportunities for involvement within programs. Serves as the expert on mission, organization, training programs, and other organizational capabilities. Coordinates or synchronizes access to training venues, facilities, or training areas for SOF training requirements. Provides exercise and deployment schedules.
Prepares and deliver oral presentations, written correspondence, training sessions, consultations, and strategy sessions with other staff service functions and activities to secure cooperation, resolve controversial matters, and convey information relative to proposed changes in assigned exercises and projects. Products shall be suitable for presentation to 06 level and above attendees. Attend exercise conferences and deploy to exercise locations.

20. SRC Air Operations Planner and Scripter, Tampa, FL (FT position)

The SPRC Air Operations Planner and Scripter will provide SOF-General Purpose Force (GPF) integration support to Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) accredited events and exercises occurring at the brigade level and below. S/he will serve as the SOF Aviation Subject Matter Expert (SME) and consultant to the SPRC Lead on matters relating to SOF air planning and exercise/event execution. Will develop and implement SOF-relevant mission events/scenarios to facilitate SOF and General Purpose Force (GPF) integration within appropriate Command & Control (C2) structures.

Determine and validate SOF aviation requirements in support of tactical (brigade level and below) JNTC programs requiring SOF-GPF integration. Particular focus will be upon those JNTC-accredited events occurring within the Southwest Training Region.

Under direction of the SPRC Lead Planner, guide Special Operations Aviation assets (live and simulated) that will be utilized during JNTC-accredited events and exercises to ensure that SOF-GPF integration occurs appropriately.

Participate in planning conferences for all events in which SOF Aviation support has been identified. Specific results of each conference will be documented in a detailed After Action Report (AAR) that addresses relevant accomplishments and outlines actions required for mission success; AARs are to be forwarded to the SPRC Lead Planner no later than three days following completion of TDY.

Develop and maintain close, continuing working relationships with key planners at JNTC-accredited events in which SOF Aviation will be called into play.

Develop SOF-specific Aviation scripting storylines for use during selected JNTC events. These storylines must be relevant, utilizing current and evolving Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs); they should accurately portray events currently occurring in OIF and OEF; and they should be based upon training audience feedback and analysis of lessons learned. Storylines and specific MSEL injects should be stored in a dedicated, accessible database for use during future JNTC events.

Be prepared to role-play the Air Planner, SOLE or JSOAC during exercise execution. Assist with exercise decision-making and scenario control.

Assist with the development of Training Support Packages (TSPs) (to include game-based simulation) available for exercise scenario support.

21. SRC Operations Planner, Tampa, FL (FT position)

A SRC Operations Planner serves as the SOF Response Cell (SRC) Operations Planner in a team of Subject Matter Experts (SME) supporting the Joint National Training Capability (JNTC). In this capacity the incumbent will play a key role in bringing SOF context to joint service exercises.

Functions as a SOF consultant to Joint Exercise Control Group (JECG) on matters relating to SOF/conventional integration issues.

Develops SOF specific plans and scenarios for implementation into JNTC programs.

Assists in planning, organizing, and coordination of USSOCOM Component Command participation in accredited JNTC Programs.

Determines and validates SOF requirements in support of (ISO) JNTC programs.

During program execution role plays the CJSOTF Operations Officer/Planner.

Assists in the integration of USSOCOM Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations (ACTD) within JNTC programs.

Represents USSOCOM to the US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) as the functional SME on matters pertaining to SOF integration with conventional forces.

Plans, organizes, coordinates, and leads the development of Realistic Urban Training (RUT) scenarios and represent USSOCOM to state and local government officials during training development/execution outside of federally owned property.

Develops, prepares, staffs, and publishes administrative/exercise documents and reports.

Assists with exercise execution, decision making, and scenario control.

Assists in scenario development and refinement using current/evolving doctrine and training audience feedback.

Conducts research on current world situation and analysis of training manuals, lessons learned, and tactics, techniques, & procedures (TTPs) to prepare training objectives for small unit operations.

Develops and manages a library of scenarios that can be distributed and used as a component of JNTC objectives.

Responsible for developing training support packages (TSPs) (to include game based simulation, collaborative tools, and technical materials) available for exercise scenario support to approved JWFC Simulation Centers & operational units.

Develops and maintains budget requirements when performing duties as a SRC Program Lead.

22. IED Trainers - Hohenfels, Germany (3 separate FT positions)

IED Defeat Equipment Expert: Conduct research using military SIPR net on world wide IED activity and provide training on use, emplacement and solier detection capabilities. Serve as a trainer for rotational units on route clearance equipment (Buffalo, Husky, JERRV, and RG-31), explosive detection equipment (Fido, Vapor Trace, EXSPRAY) and other equipment as needed. Construct IED trigger devices. Perform other duties as assigned in support of the IED-A. Provide IED Defeat Equipment Subject Matter Expert meeting the following requirements. Standoff Detection/Standoff Neutralization Trainer:Train military and civilian personnel in the current and emerging methods of standoff detection and neutralization of IEDs and the use and employment of robotic systems. Include management and support elements as necessary to meet mission requirements specified in SOW.
Serves as Standoff Detection/Standoff Neutralization expert for the responsible for training military and civilian personnel in the current and emerging methods of standoff detection and neutralization of IEDs. Duties include training both rotational and non-rotational personnel in the use and employment of robotic systems. Maintains the equipment and qualified to perform up to 10 level maintenance on the equipment. Trains personnel in the planning and integration of standoff neutralization/detection equipment in unit operations, irrespective of JMRC rotations and home station when needed. Conducts classroom training, practical exercise in the JMRC training areas and live fire exercise with demolitions. Observes, supports, and evaluates rotational units in the field during rotations. Individual will be instructor qualified; trained and experienced in the proper use of robotic systems to include PACKBOT, MARCBOT, and TALON robots. Required to train, monitor, and test students in the practical application of these robotic systems in the following environments and scenarios: caves, urban terrain, roadways, interior of two and three story buildings and UXO/IED inspection operations. Perform other duties as assigned in support of the IED-A. Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) Coach Mentor- Leadership Training Program: Lead efforts to improve Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) instructional support. Instruct large groups of personnel, including Brigade and Regimental Combat Team (B/RCT) leadership and staff at home station (to support Surge Operations) and at the JMRC. Also provides instruction with the IED Academy (IED-A) team. Periods of instruction will consist of C-IED concepts; battle staff procedures and best practices; and current tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) for countering the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) as an element of counter insurgency (COIN) or other combat operations. The employee will provide their training audience with awareness, understanding and an improved capability to employ and synchronize the multitude of Specialized C-IED enablers and forces (e.g. Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams, Weapons Intelligence Teams, Counter IED Targeting Program analysts, Electronic Warfare Officers and emerging intelligence capabilities etc) in order to effectively improve "Attack the Network" operations. Include management and support elements as necessary to meet mission requirements specified in SOW.

23. SF Unconventional Warfare Analyst, Ft. Bragg, NC (FT position)

Have practical, working expertise in insurgency and counterinsurgency; have mastered relevant, credible and applicable historical examples that illustrate specific trends and stages of insurgent development such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Vietnam, Colombia, Northern Ireland, Peru, Bolivia, Somalia, Cambodia, Lebanon, Israel, El Salvador in the 1980s, Guatemala '80s-'90s, The Philippines 1898-2007, Nepal, Thailand, Malaya, Kenya and Algeria etc.

Qualified individual will have extensive U.S. Army Special Forces Unconventional Warfare (UW) doctrine development experience and/or SOF/UW operational experience to include over 10 years of service in SOF units. Individual will have experience in the analysis, development, formulation, execution and evaluation of training exercises focused on achievement of tactical and intelligence training requirements.

Develops exercise scenario including development of background information for the fictitious country or region created for the exercise. Must give the players a comprehensive frame of reference to base their understanding of the situation and to add realism to their roles (Road to War). Must have experience in development of area or country studies to include detailed descriptions of government organizations and elites, societal groupings and their role within various socio-economic strata, the macro and micro economic relationships within the economy, and other relevant information.

Superior ability to communicate and present executive level briefings - oral and written. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Power Point and automated data processing capabilities. The work is a combination of both office and field work. Some travel and weekend work is anticipated in performance of this contract. Actual travel frequencies will be task dependent.

24. Weapons of Mass Destruction (3 FT positions) - Tampa, FL

The Functional Analyst must possess technical skills sets to include one or more of the following: CWMD policy and strategy; Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I); Theater Air and Missile Active Defense (TAMD); CBRN-Passive Defense (CBRN-PD), WMD Interdiction, WMD Elimination, Threat Reduction, partner capacity building; Medical Countermeasures (MC); Consequence Management (CM) and Foreign CM (FCM); arms control (Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)); Vienna Document 99; OPLAN development and the Adaptive Planning Process; and Uniform Joint Task List (UJTL) / JMET and IPL expertise.

The Functional Analyst must have specific and extensive experience with the relevant functional area(s) applicable for the task activity and be able to provide direct assistance and advice to senior host organization leaders. Specific experience in developing, operating, and programs to ensure military training will support current and future operations. The Functional Analyst must be able to analyze plans, data, intelligence information, or systems and develop estimates and makes recommendations to senior leadership. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university OR a combination of 20 years of DoD operational experience. Multi-theater operational or senior staff (combatant command or/and Joint Staff) experience desired.
25. Folks, our company has a potential requirement for a Site Lead overseeing a helicopter maintenance operation in the D.C. area. An aviation rating is desired, but not critical. Interested parties should contact:

Jennifer Cummings
Assistant Director of Maintenance
"'Cummings, Jennifer'"
26. Lockheed Martin has an immediate requirement for a BD person in Afghanistan.

Desired qualifications include the following:

Recently retired U.S. Army O-4 through O-6 with Afghanistan experience. BD experience with a civilian employer a big plus. Former Special Forces officer preferred, but will consider other branch officers if possessing significant training experience.

Individual must be a self-starter who can work productively without a lot of supervision and deliver results.

Place of duty will be Kabul, Afghanistan. Must be willing to travel outside Kabul. Lodging and support will be provided on an LM facility.

Employment start will be immediately after hiring.

Pay and benefits will be competitive.

Respondents should email their resumes and any questions to me at

No phone calls please.

Rick Steiner

Director of Strategic Planning

Lockheed Martin Readiness and Stability Operations (RSO)

Office: 719-258-2268

Blackberry: 719-352-7234
I am looking for some hard-chargers with supply experience. Qualified candidates can e-mail resumes directly to me at or apply on the Northrop Grumman Careers website. All of these positions are in Kearny Mesa.


Homero Escandón
Logistics Management Analyst
NORTHROP GRUMMAN Information Systems
Defense Systems Division
Airborne & Maritime Systems
9326 Spectrum Center Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123

27. Data Entry Operator 3
Requisition ID 88448
Position is in support of logistics Material Management for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) program. The qualified applicant will support the development and integration of Unique Item Identification (UID) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for our BACN program. Applicant will develop system in compliance with MIL-STD-310M and MIL-STD-129. Candidate's roles and responsibilities: Under general supervision, performs a "lead" function under minimal supervision, schedules, prioritizes, and allocates work in accordance with product delivery, provides advice, guidance, and training to other data staff., performs a "Quality Assurance" function on produced work to ensure accuracy and quality standards, Assists managers and technical staff in problem solving and on use of applications software and coordinates product delivery requirements with technical staff and program managers.
High School diploma plus 4 years of additional education or experience required. Must have or be able to obtain a secret clearance and experience in implementing an UID/RFID system. No relocation assistance is available for this position.
Experience in supply chain, inventory, ILS, depot or production management would be preferred. Experience in PBL contracts will be a plus. No relocation assistance is available. Position may require travel as needed. This position requires20physical ability to work around equipment in test labs and on ships and aircraft. Manual dexterity sufficient to use keyboards and control panels.

28. Logistics Management Analyst 2
Requisition ID 88445
This junior level position is in support of the Logistics Material Management for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) program. The qualified applicant will lead development and integration of Unique Item Identification (UID) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for our BACN program. Applicant will develop system in compliance with MIL-STD-310M and MIL-STD-129. Candidate's roles and responsibilities: Organizations having partial packages - supporting functionality in analyzing and mitigating RFID issues. Candidate will adopt RFID system, coordinate management inventory issues and support integration. In addition integration of readers for identifying the items/data, monitor the data in the ERP and SCM systems and data management. In addition candidate will resolve incomplete packages and solutions, integrate legacy processes and systems, incorporate new functions, work with the logistics team in briefing and providing status to program management. Understanding of distributed computing environments and the advent of Internet brought in a concept and inter organization business communication .
BS plus 3 yrs of experience or an additional 4 years of experience may be substituted in lieu of degree. Must have or be able to obtain a secret clearance and experience in implementing an UID/RFID system. No relocation assistance is available for this position.
Familiarity with DoD acquisition procedures, MIL-STD-130, MIL-STD-219 will be a plus for this position. Experience in supply chain, inventory, ILS, depot or production management would be preferred. Experience in PBL contracts will be a plus. No relocation assistance is available. Position may require travel as needed. This position requires physical ability to work around equipment in test labs and on ships and aircraft. Manual dexterity sufficient to use keyboards and control panels.

29. Logistics Engineer 3
Requisition ID 87365
Responsibilities include analysis and development of requirements for maintenance, spares, support equipment, technical data, training, and facilities. Candidate will be responsible for all phases of product development, with performance of design for supportability, trade studies, detailed task analysis, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), understing of Provisioning and LSA per MIL-STD-1561B/MIL-STD-1388 is a must. Experience in SORAP process for equipment a nd geneation of Integrated Logistics Support Plans. Position responsibilities include direct interface with customer, travel and ability to multitask.
Basic Requirements: BS degree in electrical engineering or mathematics plus a minimum of five years of related experience or an MS degree in electrical engineering or mathematics and a minimum of three years of related experience. Nine years of demonstrated experience in lieu of degree.
Qualified candidates must be aware of the Systems Engineering approach and understanding of information technology systems and networks. Preferred Experience: A candidate with excellent communication skills and the ability to work in an Integrated Product Team atmosphere. Experience with Technical Documentation and/or Military Standards are desired. Verbal and writing skill are required to discuss analysis and results. Innovative thinking is a key characteristic for this position.
US Cizenship requried with the ability to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance. No relocation assistance is available for this position.
SKILLS REQUIRED: Provisioning and Logistics Support Analysis per MIL-STD-1561/MIL-STD-1388. Writing, presentation, and communications skills a must. Basis skills in MS Office Suite (power point, word and excel) a plus. Experience using MIL standards and specifications a plus. Experience with Airborne and Ship Based S ystems a plus. Recent (within last 5 years) US Air Force and Navy logistics experience a plus, and Army logistics experience a major plus. Budgeting and task scheduling a plus

30. Property Control Support 2
Requisition ID 88450
Position is in support of logistics Material Management for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) program. Principal duties include: a) Providing technical support and guidance by answering questions from users regarding how to access information and where information is located, b) Running technical reports and queries to off-site locations that do not have access to the database, c) Identifying potential process improvements, d)Preparing government property reports by extracting and compiling information for annual property financial reports, e) Investigating and reporting lost, damaged, or destroyed government property, f) Supporting the Sr. Manager, Group Property Administration by reviewing new contract to identify clauses and special provisions relating to property administration, g) Performing internal audits of the property function to ensure compliance of approved procedures, h) Updating and distributing Property Procedures Manuals, i) Using a variety of hardware and software packages such as word processors, spreadsheets, and databases to perform sometimes complex administrative duties, j) Making travel=2 0arrangements and preparing expense reports and k) Coordinating and scheduling meetings and training classes.
No relocation assistance is available for this position. Qualified candidates must have a High School diploma coupled with 4v years of education or work experience.
Must have or be able to obtain a secret clearance, have knowledge of FAR and familiarity with NORTHROP GRUMMAN property management policies and procedures. Experience in supply chain, inventory, ILS, depot or production management would be preferred. Experience in PBL contracts will be a plus. No relocation assistance is available. Position may require travel as needed. This position requires physical ability to work around equipment in test labs and on ships and aircraft. Manual dexterity sufficient to use keyboards and control panels.

31. Shipping Receiving Coordinator 3
Requisition ID 88446
Position to provide Logistics Material Management for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) program. Applicant's duties will include, but are not limited to: *Ship, receive, store, package, and issue material/equipment and proper tracking and reporting. *Warehousing and inventory control in accordance with U.S. inventory management procedures. Conduct periodic, special, or perpetual inventory o f stock. *Generate inventory reports on stock usage, location changes, Quality Deficiency Reports (QDR), and carcass tracking. *Generate and maintain accurate government property records and documentation. Applicant must be familiar with DD Form 1149s and the related processes for shipments (both CONUS and OCONUS), and must understand and strictly comply with ITAR guidelines. Must be able to lift up to fifty pounds and carry boxes, equipment, etc. as part of the warehousing and inventory control duties. Must have at least 2 yrs experience with RFID technologies.
High School diploma and four years of related education and/or experience. Must have or be able to obtain a secret clearance. No relocation assistance is available for this position.
Experience in COTS equipment logistics. Uses standard desktop (PC) computer Windows-based tools to produce original documents including plans, procedures and reports. Position may require travel as needed. This position requires physical ability to work around equipment in test labs and on ships and aircraft. Manual dexterity sufficient to use keyboards and control panels.
Should be well organized, effective working independently as well as in a group environment, able to handle multiple assignments and possess good oral and written communication skills. Should be detail-oriented and possess a strong understanding of commitment to the overall mission.