Wednesday, October 14, 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 13 Oct 2009

K-Bar List Jobs: 13 Oct 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. Facilities Manager in Uzbekistan
2. Sr Officer/Manager of Quality Operations for OCONUS work
3. Small Arms Weapons Instructors (Gulfport, MS)
4. Contract Administrator (Colorado Springs, CO)
5. Administrative Officer in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Indiana
6. Information Assurance engineer (CONUS –NE)
7. VETERAN JOB FAIR, November 6th (Gurnee, IL)
8. Engineer Comm Systems 5 (San Diego, CA)
9. Engineer Field 3, Payload Control (San Diego, CA)
10. Engineer Field 3, Tactical Radios (San Diego, CA)
11. Military Trainer 2, JICO or TDL (San Diego, CA)
12. Comms Engineer/Analyst Position (VA)
13. Seeking Director of Contracts (Afghanistan)
14. National Registry Paramedic (Afghanistan)
15. job openings in both Tampa and Northern Virginia
16. Draftsman / Illustrator III (CONUS-FL)
1. Subject: Facilities Manager in Uzbekistan
We had a FM (expat) hire for our logistics facility in Uzbekistan drop out on us. Can you assist with locating perhaps a recent retiree with log experience, especially with knowledge of Class IV construction materials and running warehouses? Perhaps an E-9 or O-4? This person must deploy and take up residence in Termez, UZ for 12 months for starters. You may not know a specific individual yourself but perhaps you can steer me to someone who does know of a candidate. Leadership is an important ingredient since he'll have warehousemen (Uzbek) working for him. He needs to be computer literate and be able to represent TMC with the AMEMB and UZ government officials. The annual salary is 85K with a $19K relocation and R&R (2) allowance per 12 months. Full TMC benefits, including 15 days accrued vacation.

This is short fuzed so please give it some thought and let me know.



Stephen J. Zolock, PMP

Business Development Manager

National Security Programs

Technology Management Company

14150 Parkeast Circle, Suite 110

Chantilly, VA 20151

(703) 961-8651 (703) 961-8651 , x1102 (Off)

( 703-655-3661 703-655-3661 (cell)
2. I'm doing another search for overseas work, specific to a Sr Officer/Manager of Quality Operations for OCONUS work.

The client is well known international firm, who takes care of their people, here and abroad. Additionally, this is a Tier 1 role, with potential of permanent employment AFTER the tour overseas.

Compensation is on par for this role, but cannot be disclosed at this time. Base salary is based on experience. Overseas tax-free exemptions apply as well as overseas employer uplifts in base compensation.

Job Description:
Provide and guidance of Client's corporate Quality Functional Director and Contingency Operations Program Management, for Log Cap IV as country senior QA/QC Manager.

Be able to apply intensive and diversified knowledge of quality assurance and quality control principles and practices to a LogCap Contingency and Sustainment Operations and Task Order assignments.
Manages multi project and QA/QC organizations and activities, including establishment of multi-discipline quality programs, sustainment and operational quality programs, field oversight design, construction drawings, inspection and test plans, executes a wide variety of technical and administrative assignments, and effectively interacts with project and DCMA QAR, ACO, military personnel and clients.

Basic Job Requirements:
* Bachelors (masters or above preferred)
* No less than 15 years of DoD or Federal Sector experiences, most recently specific to Defense Contractor Audit Agency (DCAA), and DCMA liaison for LOGCAP Operations
* Familiarity with QARs/CARs and working with client, primary and sub-contractors in order to deliver a solution in large to small FOBs.
* Work as part of a cross-functional team that also has dotted line responsibility to US corporate offices
* Able to represent their employer to the Army, when necessary

Preferred Job requirements:
*Masters Degree (Technical or Management)
* Quality Auditor certification by outside agency (e.g., RAB, ASQ, IQA, etc.) and or company preferred
* Prefer experience in contingency operations supporting the US Armed Forces, as well as Field Grade Military Officer and QAR experience(s).

Chris Kehl
Senior Partner

Lucas Group
In Partnership With The Wall Street Journal

3384 Peachtree Road, Suite 900
Atlanta, GA 30326

P: 404.239.5640 x220
P: 800.878.2930 x220
M: 770.329.6777

Click the link for more information
NEK is currently hiring for the following positions:

3. Small Arms Weapons Instructors (Gulfport, MS)
NEK is seeking qualified applicants to serve as Small Arms Weapons Instructors for a basic combat skills course for a naval customer. Qualified applicants must be a military certified small arms weapons training instructor and have served in an instructional capacity within the last 2 years. Additional required qualifications:
1. Instructional certifications: All Instructors must have passed the following courses in order to be accepted for these positions:
o Navy NEC 9502 Instructor, or
o NEC 9518 Naval Leadership Development Program (NAVLEAD) Instructor, or
o Graduate of one of the following courses of instruction:
§ Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) (A-012-0077)
§ Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) Mobile Training Team (A-012-1011)
§ Naval Leadership Facilitator (P-012-0045)
§ Facilitator Training Course (P-012-0075)
§ Nuclear Instructor Qualifications (NFAS) (A-661-0108)
§ Nuclear Instructor Qualifications (NNPS) (A-661-0109)
§ SWCS Instructor Training Course
§ Other service equivalent upon approval
o Other Service designation upon approval
o Other Service designation upon approval of CENSECFOR DOT
o Completion of a CENSECFOR DOT approved course of instruction, upon successful evaluation by the Center for Professional and Personal Development (CPPD) as meeting the technical and enabling objectives of the Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) Program.
2. Small Arms Instructors: Must be a graduate of one of the following courses of instruction:
o Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) (A-041-0148) (USN)
o Combat Arms Apprentice Course (USAF)
o Primary Marksmanship Instructor (MOS 8531) (USMC)
o Small Arms Weapons Instructor (SAWIC) (MOS 8532) (USMC)
o Marine Cadre Instructor (MOS 8153) (USMC)
o Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Small Arms Instructor Course
o National Rifle Association (NRA) 5 Day Law Enforcement Handgun and Shotgun Instructor Development School
o Any firearms instructor course taught by or used by any other federal or state law enforcement agency. (Note: The CSF CENSECFOR DOT will make the determination as to the acceptance of the course)
o Any other small arms instructor course approved by CNO N3AT after review of the course of instruction.
3. Instructors must have a minimum of two (2) years documented tactical military operational experience, for example, OIF or OEF.
4. Additional Skill Sets: All personnel will be required to be marksmanship instructors. However, those individuals with prior experience as instructors in the following areas will be preferred:
o Land Navigation
o Communications
o Judgment based Engagement Training
o CBRNE Operations
o Counter IED Operations
o Patrolling/ SUT
o Combat Lifesaving
o Tactical Communications
o Modern dynamic combat shooting skills
5. There are substantial administrative requirements for these positions to include:
o Psychological screenings, urinalysis and medical screenings
o Individuals must be in good physical shape and capable of passing the Navy standard physical readiness test (PRT)
o Must maintain a professional military appearance
o Must have or be qualified to attain a SECRET clearance
o Must be able to obtain a commercial drivers license
o Must be able to handle a weapon in accordance with the Lautenberg Amendment of 1968
o Must be capable of attaining a "sharpshooter" qualification score with M4 and M9 in accordance with Navy requirements.
6. These are full time positions which require relocation to the Gulfport, Mississippi area and will provide excellent compensation and benefits to include:
o 401K with company contribution
o Flexible Saving Account
o Medical
o Dental
o Vision Plan
o Term Life Insurance, AD and D Insurance

4. Contract Administrator (Colorado Springs, CO)
NEK is currently seeking a Contract Administrator for its Colorado Springs, CO location. The Contract Administrator will be responsible for record keeping and follow up of all contractual requirements and deliverables, timely and correct file management and data records, and the proper coordination of contract processing. Qualified candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and an ability to work well with others; be multi-task oriented with strong organizational skills; posses excellent administrative and computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and databases to include Microsoft Word, Excel and Access; be skilled in reading and comprehending technical specifications, laws and codes as they relate to contract administration; able to work independently. Bachelor's degree is required, along with at least one year of experience directly related to contracting or government service and familiarity with FAR is a plus.

If interested and qualified for the above positions, 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.
Subject: Member Agency Request - U.S. Attorneys Office for the Northern District of Indiana
Importance: High

5. Please forward within your agencies for the following position Administrative Officer in the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Northern District of Indiana

Government wide:

All Sources:

Mary Hatton
HR Specialist
Job # TZ-0928601 (Opens 13 Oct 09 – Closes 13 Nov 09) (New)

6. Looking for experienced top-level personnel for a requirement for an Information Assurance engineer (CONUS –NE)
* Use suggested resume format

Location: CONUS (Bellevue, NE)
Clearance: Top Secret - Active Secret minimum
Qualifications: U.S. Citizens w/ Military experience
//Answer the following//
* Salary requirements: ______________________
* Availability date: ______________________
* Clearance status: __________________

Company focuses on the development of the Air Vehicle Planning System (APS) for USSTRATCOM. Company requests additional support with an Information Assurance engineer to our team.
Since it is a proposal effort, this position would be dependent upon company winning the proposal. The proposal does not offer relocation support.
- This position is located in Bellevue, NE.
- Start date: November 1, 2009

Primary responsibilities would be:
- act as the IA liaison with USSTRATCOM
- conduct a study of vulnerability assessment tools and recommend top candidates to the customer
- work with developers to assess IA vulnerability
- assist with the testing of the APS application
- position may require 10-20% travel

Certifications (MUST):
- minimum IA certification required is Security+
- may require CISSP certification

This position is a 9-month contract that will be renewed for (2) consecutive 12-month awards.

Apply here - Link To The Job:
Thank You For Using Our Service.

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

Tralfaz, LLC
Charles “Rocky” Russell
Operations Manager
Special Forces (Ret)
Colorado Springs, CO 80911 (Job Postings)
If you can read this...... Thank a Teacher
If you are reading this in English...... Thank a Veteran
7. VETERAN JOB FAIR, November 6th (Gurnee, IL)

Gurnee American Legion
749 Milwaukee Avenue
Gurnee, IL 60031


HOSTED BY: The Gurnee American Legion
Post 771
Contact for additional information- Judy Leonard (847) 543-7480
Send all resumes, with EXACT job title and posting number in resume objective line, to:
Semper Fi,

8. Title: Engineer Comm Systems 5
Category: Engineering/Product Development
Location: San Diego, CA / USA | Sector: Information Systems

Posting ID: MS/093480
Pay Code: 3, Salary Grade/Desc: MS-T05/NGC - MS - T05
This job is eligible for the Refer a Friend program.
Defining the future through innovation and excellence, join our Northrop Grumman Information Systems Network Communication Systems (NCS) team in meeting the largest, most complex systems challenges imaginable for government, military and business. NCS is committed to developing net-centric systems and infrastructures that connect disparate systems. We have made the 'net work' as a world leader for 45 years. Our interoperable operational, simulation, and test systems bring the enterprise to the warfighter using tactical networked communications for data, voice, multimedia, and information management. As a Principal Communications Engineer, you will support a variety of program and proposal efforts. Perform technical planning and project execution; help to analyze cost and risk, supportability and effectiveness for end-to-end systems communications. Perform analyses at all levels of communications system product to include: concept, modeling and simulation, design, implementation, test, installation, operation and maintenance. Ensure the logical and systematic conversion of customer or product requirements into total communications systems solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints. Perform functional analysis, timeline analysis, detailed trade studies, requirements allocation and interface definition studies to translate customer communication system requirements into hardware and software specifications. Basic Qualifications for this position include a Master's degree in Engineering with a minimum of 10-12 years of communications systems engineering and development experience in military systems. Additionally, the following are required: Proven experience with personally creating systems engineering solutions. Demonstrated success on communications systems projects with multifunctional teams that included engineering, production, system test, field testing, field deployment, training, and logistics support for military users. Experience with current military communications systems and data links, such as: Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS), Link 16, EPLRS, or CDL; network design and management; military voice radios and certification and accreditation. Potential candidate must possess team leadership, communication skills, and an ability to work with/communicate with external suppliers and customers. Requires skills in two or more of the following: communications systems architecture development, communications systems modeling, hardware design, software and aircraft integration. Final grade determination will be made based on qualifications of the selected candidate. Security Clearance Required. An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V Security Clearance Required.
Top of Form

Bottom of Form
9. Title: Engineer Field 3, Payload Control
Category: Engineering/Product Development
Location: San Diego, CA / USA | Sector: Information Systems

Posting ID: MS/091784
Pay Code: 3, Salary Grade/Desc: MS-T03/NGC - MS - T03
This job is eligible for the Refer a Friend program.
DSD/NCS/AMS on the BACN JUON program has an opening for a Field Engineer 3 for Payload Control who will conduct all Mission Control Equipment (MCE) operations and provide status prior to and after flights. This position will coordinate with the field management and the Government for all aspects of the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) flight and ground operations. Essential Functions: * Performs mission requirements in accordance with daily mission cards * Support all payload control functions during flight and ground operations * Submits daily Quick Look Reports (QLR) and Situation Reports (SITREPS) for payload control * Prepares the payload for recovery during return to base (RTB) and pre-landing shutdown procedures * Subject Matter Expert (SME) in tactical radios including, but not limited to: ARC-210, PRC-117F, PSC-5, SKL's, SADL - Situation Awareness Data Link, MIDS - Multifunctional Awareness Information Distribution System and EPLRS - Enhanced Position Location Reporting System * Ability to use standard desktop computer and Windows based tools to produce original documents including drawings, plans, procedures and reports * Frequent travel (100%) world-wide including sites in overseas locations * Perform other duties as assigned including support to the 24/7 deployed operations help desk when CONUS, courier to OCONUS for parts delivery and available to work weekends Qualifications include: BS Degree or equivalent work experience in lieu of a college degree. 1. Minimum of 6-8 years experience in airborne and ground flight operations 2. Strong knowledge in electronics inspection, assembly, testing and operating tactical radios 3. Experience in the use of all types of electronic testing equipment 4. Must have experience in working around all types of aircraft. Secret Security clearance is required. Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Security Clearance Required.

10. Title: Engineer Field 3, Tactical Radios
Category: Engineering/Product Development
Location: San Diego, CA / USA | Sector: Information Systems

Posting ID: MS/091786
Pay Code: 3, Salary Grade/Desc: MS-T03/NGC - MS - T03
This job is eligible for the Refer a Friend program.
DSD/NCS/AMS OU in San Diego has a Field Engineer 3 opening for Payload Hardware who will provide technical maintenance and repair and be knowledgeable on how to operate and integrate tactical radios of the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN). Essential Functions: * Must be familiar with commercial and special electrical designs, electronic cables, connectors and computer test equipment. * Familiar with MIL-type connectors, cable design, electrical analysis techniques and methods * Ability to operate and integrate tactical radios including but not limited: ARC-210, PRC-117F, PSC-5, SKL's, SADL - Situation Awareness Data Link, MIDS - Multifunctional Awareness Information Distribution System, EPLRS - Enhanced Position Location Reporting System * Ability to use standard desktop computer and Windows based tools to produce original documents including drawings, plans, procedures and reports * Frequent travel world-wide (100% travel) including sites in overseas locations. Deployments of upto 3 months at a time. * Perform other duties as assigned including support to the 24/7 deployed operations help desk when CONUS, courier to OCONUS for parts delivery and available to work weekends Qualifications: ? BS/BA College degree and minimum of 6-8 years experience in the repair and operations of tactical radios. Equivalent work experience maybe substituted in lieu of a College Degree. ? Physical ability to maneuver around equipment in test labs and aircraft ? Experience in qualifying equipment to EMI/EMC performance tests ? Understanding of airborne equipment installation, process and identification of risks ? Must have experience in working around all types of aircraft ? Experience with test equipment to include volt meters and oscilloscopes to diagnose and repair equipment. Requires Secret Security Clearance. Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Security Clearance Required.

11. Title: Military Trainer 2, JICO or TDL
Category: Technical Services/Operations
Location: San Diego, CA / USA | Sector: Information Systems

Posting ID: MS/090093
Pay Code: 3, Salary Grade/Desc: MS-A02/NGC - MS - A02
This job is eligible for the Refer a Friend program.
Airborne & Maritime Systems (AMS) is a business unit under the Information Systems sector, Defense Systems Division. AMS, located in San Diego, develops data link and C4ISR interoperability tools. It is a world leader in integrating tactical communications (Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, CDL and others) network systems and developing tactical data link simulation tools. AMS has a 45 year history of leading C4ISR system interoperability engineering and operational support. Candidate is responsible for development of training curriculum materials and technical documentation for military TDL programs and for Northrop Grumman TDL products. Training content will include classroom training briefs to support 1-3 week training courses as well as web-based and computer-based interactive and simulation-based training. Technical manual development will include Software User Manual, Repair and Maintenance manual, including theory of operations, step-by-step operational procedures, trouble-shooting guide, illustrated parts breakdown, schematic and cabling diagram and checklists for organizational level maintenance. Candidate should demonstrate strong technical capabilities with all aspects of TDL operations, including hands-on expertise with interconnecting multiple systems, setting up and troubleshooting links and configurations, and operating TDL systems. Both a thorough, theoretical understanding and a strong technical competence are required. Excellent communication and writing skills are required as well as a working knowledge of instructional design and Instructional System Design. Candidate must perform task and performance analysis to determine training objectives and develop training plans and materials to support training curriculums for Northrop Grumman Information Systems products. Experience with general test procedures and equipment and with operating and troubleshooting TDL equipment is required. Availability to travel is required. Requirements: Knowledge of military Tactical Data Links (Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, etc.) and GCCS. * Familiarity with MIL-STD-6011, MIL-STD-6016, JREAP, and other military specifications. Operations in a military JICO Cell or Tactical Data Link environment. * Curriculum Development experience. * Excellent writing and communication skills . * Technical Writing experience. * BS or MS in technical or scientific area. 2 - 4 years of applicable and related Training experience. Secret security clearance required. Assets: * JICO Cell experience is desired. * JICO Certification is a plus * Experience with TDL programs such as BACN, C2P, JSS, CLIP, or other C2 programs a plus * Experience with producing technical documentation such as DoD Technical Manuals (TMs) or Technical Orders (TOs) in accordance with MIL-STD-38784 is a plus. * XML experience is desired. * ISD certification is a plus. * Media development skills and capabiliity with media hardware and software tools is a plus * Experience with web-based training or CBT development is a plus * Experience with graphic arts and Elearning development tools including Photoshop, Acrobat, DreamWeaver, Flash, Flex, Captivate, Camtasia, Articulate, Proform, Unison, Final Cut Pro is a plus. Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Security Clearance Required.
12. Subject: Comms Engineer/Analyst Position (VA)
I wanted to let you know about a position that we’re trying to fill on one of our other projects. The project manager needs someone with technical expertise in communications (satellite, HF, Ku, X, etc.) to work on the Air Force Air staff. It requires a TS/SCI clearance and the ideal candidate would have at least 10 years of experience. Because this is an Air Staff position, the candidate would have to have excellent written and oral communication skills in addition to the appropriate subject matter expertise. Below is a brief description of the position:

Review various draft directives, staff the drafts with (i.e., forward to) appropriate using commands, consolidate comments and submit comments back to directive authors for resolution by authors. Review various equipment or circuit configuration change proposals or upgrade proposals, staff comments with impacted organizations, coordinate changes to the draft proposals, and submit requisite changes back to the proposal authors for resolution and changes in funding. Review various future-year comms-related change proposals for propriety, feasibility, and security; assess costs; estimate a budget; and coordinate budget estimates with appropriate Program Element Monitor (PEM) for funding during the appropriate fiscal years. Monitor and oversee various on-going communications-related efforts and assure the efforts remain on-track technically, on-schedule and within budget. INITIAL TASK RESPONSIBILITIES: Catalog, characterize, and describe all tactical communications currently used by forward-deployed elements of AF DCGS; then explore future requirements for future tactical communications and draft and coordinate a plan for migration to future needs. Catalog, characterize, and describe all satellite communications and all reachback communications currently used by both forward-deployed and garrison-based elements of AF DCGS, to include description of each constituent bitstream, and then explore future requirements for satellite and reachback communications, and then draft and coordinate a plan for migration to future communications architectures. Catalog, characterize, and describe all communications currently used for federated exploitation and production, to include standards and formats, then explore future requirements for federated exploitation and production, and then draft and coordinate a plan for migration to future needs. Communications plan must include communications paths for providing tactical support to tactical elements at echelons below JTF.

If you know of anyone with the right background who might be interested, please let me know, or feel free to give them my contact info.


Evan W. Dorren

Task Manager
All-Source Intelligence Analyst
DCGS 360 Program
The Arlington Center
3434 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: 703-284-8220
Fax: 703-284-1381
13. Subject: Seeking Director of Contracts (located in Afghanistan)

Please post this position.

DynCorp is seeking candidates for a Director of Contracts position in Afghanistan Req # 10777. (see job description below) Please have interested applicants go to our website, create a profile and apply for the position.

Director of Contracts

Directs the formulation of contracts policies, procedures, methods, operating practices and performance standards for assigned LOGCAP IV.

Principal Responsibilities

Directs the proper coordination of various types of¥ agreements, subcontracts and other contract/legal documents with accounting, legal, program management and other organizations as necessary
Oversees¥ the develop of cost proposals to address request for proposal (RFP) requirements and approved cost strategies in accordance with cost estimating system requirements, company policies, and government regulations

Performs many of the following responsibilities

• Facilitates effective implementation of contract responsibilities with program objectives and requirements
• Reviews all contract modifications and proposals for completeness, compliance and accuracy
• Advises and guides Contract department in export and control and licensing matters to ensure the upper management is kept fully aware of company’s compliance
• Monitors performance, funding, and payments on assigned contracts
• Notifies upper management and site Program Management of potential non-compliance and other problems that could have an adverse impact to the company
• Advises management of contractual rights and obligations and provides interpretations of terms and conditions of assigned LOGCAP IV
• Manages the process for updating contract information in contract’s database ensuring all data is current and complete
• Participates in contract disputes, claim resolutions and outside audits. May be assigned to take the lead in some cases
• Reviews and resolves issues affecting assigned SBU or company compliance and ensures satisfaction of legal requirements, company and customer objectives
• Negotiates proposals, contract modifications, and agreements as required within the limits of authority delegated by the upper management
• Acts as advisor regarding legal requirements, customer contract requirements, and government regulations


Bachelor’s degree in an associated discipline is required. Two (2) years Contracts Management or related field experience can be substituted for each year of the four (4) years of college.
Master’s degree is highly desired.


Typically, fifteen (15) to twenty (20) years of experience in contract administration and government cost accounting environment. At least ten (10) years experience in a managerial role is required.

Special Knowledge/Skills Required:

• Knowledge of various computer programs required (ex: Word, Excel, etc) and working experience with spreadsheets
• Knowledge of cost controls and international logistics support
• Thorough knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFAR) and related federal and state legislation and regulations
• Knowledge of Service Contract Act and Truth in Negotiations Act
• Knowledge of international business management and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) if required for contract
• Knowledge of accounting practices including DynCorp’s disclosed accounting practices.
• Excellent oral and written communications
• Effective leadership and interpersonal skills
• Able to travel internationally on short notice to a hazardous environment

Security Clearance: Secret

David Morgan
Senior Recruiter
Worldwide Recruiting & Staffing Services
DynCorp International

View Employment Opportunities at

View Company Information at
14. Subject: National Registry Paramedic (Afghanistan)

Leader in international security services has an available position for a qualified individual to serve as a Paramedic for static guard force project in Kabul, Afghanistan. Must be National Registry - Paramedic.

Please submit your resume to

Email Subject line: Medic


• US Citizen

• Active S clearance

• Valid Passport

• Minimum three (3) years experience in medical field

• National Registry Paramedic

• Five years Military experience

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Capable of solving complex problems

• Has experience and interpersonal skills to instruct diverse security force members

15. We have some job openings in both Tampa and Northern Virginia. If you know
of anyone who is qualified and would be interested, please have them drop me
a resume..



Most pressing is the following: Task lead for an upcoming proposal for
USSOCOM's Integrated Survey Program. Need a fairly senior SF operator who
knows the collection and production ends. There are 6 FTEs and the task
kicks off 1 May 10. Relocation to Tampa required, need a minimum of a secret
but prefer a TS/SCI. Need names of interested prospects ASAP.

We also have the need for the following:

Positions are for SOCOM in the Northern Virginia area.

4 x Technical Support Engineers (Nov)
1 x CI/cover
1 x budget analyst
1 x foreign disclosure
1 x OPSEC/Exercise Security

Position for USSOCOM SOCCENT in Tampa.

1 x ASOT level III SOF Operator with NAR experience

Kurt F. Muse
Chief of Support Operations

11901 Bowman Drive
Suite 105
Fredericksburg, VA 22408-7308 USA

540-479-1881 x 150 (office)
540-301-5005 (fax)
703-447-5071 (cell)

IMTS, LLC is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

ALCON – Resumes and pay requirements required (HOT – Re-Energized - ASAP)

Job # TZ-0922208 (Opens 10 Aug – 1 Nov 09) (May close sooner) Spell Check
* Use suggested resume format

16. A motivated company has potential requirements for a Draftsman / Illustrator III (CONUS-FL)

Duty location: CONUS (Tampa, FL)
Clearance: Active TS/SCI (Must)
Deployable: N/A
Qualifications: U.S. Citizens / USSOCOM experience
//Please answer the following//
* Salary requirements: _______________________
* Availability date: ______________________
* Clearance status: __________________

Draftsman/Illustrator III
Work in and/or familiar with USSOCOM HQ

This labor category shall provide drafting and illustrating support for the contract. Minimum qualifications are:

(1) Associate's degree from an accredited school in drafting or illustration.
(2) Two years of experience in drafting or illustrating in the mechanical or electronics field.


(1) High school diploma or equivalent.
(2) Five years of experience in drafting or illustrating in the mechanical or electronics field.

Side bar note: I would like to thank all the positive assistance we have been receiving over the last few years on developing a Veterans Social Network. Due to the growing demand, we would like to invite you to pre-register at our new website: – we are hoping to streamline the time it takes to apply for a position and get your information in front of the hiring authority.

Click On Link Below:
Thank You For Using Our Service,

Tralfaz, LLC
Charles “Rocky” Russell
Operations Manager
Special Forces (Ret)
Colorado Springs, CO 80911 (Job Postings)
If you can read this...... Thank a Teacher
If you are reading this in English...... Thank a Veteran

Position: Software Engineer Date 6 Oct 09
Requisition #: ATS006-09-011
Location: Columbia, MD
Duration: 10/15/09 – 6/30/10
Start Date: Oct 15, 2009
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description Highly motivated, team orientated software engineer for a dynamic, growing, high technology engineering organization that designs cutting edge embedded communications products using a combination of the latest Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) hardware and software products and special purpose designed products for use in military and commercial products.
This position will develop real-time network communications software that executes with an embedded operating system. The software will serve as the network communications link for similar systems running on a wide variety of network topologies

General Requirements • Experience in developing software for embedded applications required with a minimum of 5 years experience in developing software for microprocessor based designs using real time operating systems such as VxWorks (QNX desired)
• Candidates are required to have knowledge and experience developing real-time network software applications. The candidate must have experience with TCP/IP network protocols, routing and have a proven record of writing real-time network communications software in C or C++.
Specific Requirements • Experience designing & developing software for TCP/IP based network devices. For HAIPE and Sierra III
• HAIPE knowledge (desired)
• PowerPC based development
• VxWorks, other Real Time Operating Systems.
• Experience writing C or C++ software applications
• Experience in team software development
• Experience in independent software development
• Experience/knowledge of Capability Maturity Model (CMM)/Capability Maturity Model Integration(CMMI) systems and software development process
• Network Device Drivers and/or Board Support Packages
• Experience with all phases of the software development life cycle software development methodology
• Embedded Microprocessor software development experience
• Familiarity with ARM and/or PowerPC processor architectures
• Multi-threaded application development
• Familiarity with IPSec
Clearance Requirements Active Secret security clearance required. Top Secret preferred.

Educational Requirements Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science/Computer Engineering, Physics (or equivalent background) and 5+ years of embedded software experience required.

If interested please send your resume to ASAP. There are 10-12 openings for these qualifications IMMEDIATELY.
Position: CSO Computer Operator Date 14 Oct 2009
Requisition #: ATS002-09-052
Location: Vandenberg AFB, CA
Duration: Contract Length
Start Date: 15 Nov 2009
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description As a member of the CSO team, you will plan, document, coordinate, and perform day-to-day CSO operations and systems administration procedures. Make on-line and off-line configuration changes in support of operations, test or exercises. Coordinate changes with contract customers, users, and developers. Serve as a help desk representative, and administrative system users, administrators, and maintainers. Diagnose and troubleshoot system problems. Job requires shift work as well as extended shift hours to meet customer requirements.
General Requirements Help desk operations experience is a large plus, particularly experience with Magic, HP Service Desk, Remedy, Heat, or other help desk tools. Hardware maintenance experience is a plus.
Specific Requirements Ability to operate IBM mainframe systems and associated peripherals. Operate IBM mainframe system and peripheral devices. Identify, report, coordinate, and document system abnormalities. Perform scheduled and unscheduled IPLs/failovers. Coordinate with maintenance/System Center/Job Control on all repair actions/status. Perform scheduled system tasks (database dumps, spool dumps, inventories). Create output products and disseminate, as requested. Initialize Exercise and Training (EAT) on Live/Backup system, as requested by SCC. Create Mission/Scenario tapes and follow established handling procedures. Recycle Address Spaces (A/S), as requested. Respond to Communications Replacement Adapter (CRA) failures. Ensure facility security utilizing established entry access procedures. Assist in training of apprentice personnel. Perform daily tape inventory (mission/scenario tapes). Prepare tape boxes/assist librarian, as needed. Space Defense Operations Center (SPADOC) experience.

Clearance Requirements TS/SCI (Candidates must have TS and be SCI eligible).
Educational Requirements A Bachelor's degree, and one year experience in Cisco network is desired.

If interested please send your resume to and include the job title and location in the subject line of the email.