Monday, March 1, 2010

K-Bar List Jobs: 1 Mar 2010

K-Bar List Jobs: 1 Mar 2010
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1. Exercise/Wargame Event Lead (Colorado Springs, CO)
2. 24 openings for Flight Simulator Instructors (F-15, F-16 & F-22) (Utah, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina & South Carolina)
3. Senior Security Architect (Colorado Springs, CO or Phoenix, AZ)
4. CM Analyst (Dahlgren, VA)
5. SEWS Systems Architect (Colorado Springs, CO)
6. TASC Cleared Professionals Hiring Event , Wednesday, March 3, 2010 (Chantilly, VA)
7. System Architecture Engineer (Westminster, CO)
8. Technical Manager - Software Development (Westminster, CO)
9. MIL 2 BIZ CAREER & NETWORKING EVENT March 10th, 2010 (Colorado Springs, CO)
10. EMT Position with the FBOP (Denver, CO)
11. Intelligence Analyst (Albuquerque, NM)
12. Customer Care Representatives (Libertyville, IL)
13. Program Control Analyst (Arlington, Virginia)
14. Engagement Coordinator (Iraq)
15. Computer Forensics Analyst (Tampa, FL)
16. Lesson's Learned Functional Analyst (Crystal City, VA)
17. JTAC / JFO Instructors - Fort Sill, OK
18. On-Site Electronic Warfare Instructors in Lawton, OK.
19. Patriot Maintainer Instructors (Fort Sill, OK)
20. Subject Matter Expert on Field Artillery Systems - Fort Sill, OK
21. Information Assurance Office/ISSO (CONUS; OCONUS)
Position: 1. Exercise/Wargame Event Lead Date 1 March 2010
Requisition #: ATS006-10-018
Location: Schriever AFB, CO
Duration: Contract length.
Start Date: Immediate.
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description Event Lead to provide life-cycle leadership and management of an Exercise or Wargame event. Events range from complex fully distributed and federated COCOM Exercises to relatively simple unclassified BMDS Demonstrations. Position is on the JRDC program at Schriever AFB, CO. An Event Lead is responsible for the entire event life-cycle, which includes planning and stakeholder coordination; Engineering, Integration and Test (EIT); Event Execution; and Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting (DCAR). Events range from complex distributed and federated COCOM Exercises, to relatively simple unclassified BMDS Demonstrations. Stakeholders may include CJCS, COCOMs, MDA 2ltrs, and below element units. There are also a wide range of event participants; which can include; senior policy makers, general/flag officers, foreign Ambassadors, members of Congress and the press corps. Most events are engineered to include hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) and operator-in-the-loop (OITL) participation; and may include multiple simulations and elements. War games may include developmental missile defense system elements in the loop, employing projected capabilities through models and simulations. Exercise / Wargame Event Leads are assigned to tasks defined in a Technical Requirement Directive (TRD) and reports to the TRD Lead. Plans, budgets, coordinates, and oversees multiple, concurrent team activities, featuring dynamic requirements, aggressive schedules, and multiple stakeholder interfaces. Identifies risks, develops mitigating strategies, and coordinates strategy implementation, work-arounds, and requirements tradeoffs with JRDC, MDIOC, and stakeholder leadership. Assigns and mentors individual team members, effectively delegating accountability for the schedule, and technical performance of specific activities (Engineering, Data Collection, Analysis, etc). Collaborates effectively with a broad spectrum of MDIOC/JRDC stakeholders to integrate capabilities as required into increasingly complex and sophisticated wargame configurations.
Desired Skills / Experience • Familiar with military doctrine and operations, including joint and combined force operations.
• Experience with human-in-the-loop, real-time simulation federations with real-world and developmental elements-in-the-loop.
• Experience in applying EVMS and SEI CMMI Level 2 and Level 3 criteria to dynamic programs or projects.
Specific Requirements • BS with 8+ years of relevant BMDS experience.
• Knowledge of missile defense doctrine, concepts of operation (CONOPS), tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and Integrated Missile Defense (IMD) system architectures.
• Must understand stakeholder objectives and design/development of exercise or wargame architectures enabling quantitative and qualitative assessment of those objectives, as well as meeting the BMDS training and BMDS socialization objectives associated with warfighter and acquisition participation in the event.
• Excellent interpersonal and written communication and presentation skills.
Clearance Requirements Secret clearance and ability to obtain TS/SSBI if required.
Educational Requirements BS required.
To apply please send your resume to and include the position title and job number in the subject line of the email. This and many other positions are available on our website
2. I’ve 24 openings for Flight Simulator Instructors (F-15, F-16 & F-22) Utah, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina & South Carolina and I can use some help locating qualified personnel.

Performs simulator training to deliver and conduct high performance combat aircraft specific instruction and support using current tactics and employment standards in the Mission Training Center. Participates and interfaces with military staff and operations level combat aircraft customers.

Must have previous experience as instructor in F-15s or F-16s or F-22 aircrafts with 500 hours currency in last 5 years.
Hourly pay: $37.78/hr
Per Diem will be available for those who are 75 miles or more away from the work location.
Duration: 3 months contract.
Start date: 4/1/2010
Hours: Monday – Friday 7AM to 4PM

Must possess a current DOD Secret security clearance with background investigation completed within the last 5 years.

The openings are located in Utah, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina & South Carolina.


Kenneth Malines, CIR
S.E. Region Recruiter Lead Mgr. / Sr. Recruiter

Aerotek Aviation, LLC
11474 Corporate Blvd. Suite 160
Orlando, Florida 32817
Click here for jobs available
Work: 407-803-5133
Fax: 407-803-5002
Position: 3. Senior Security Architect Date 1 March 2010
Requisition #: ATS002-10-12
Location: Colorado Springs, CO or Phoenix, AZ
Duration: through Dec 2010 plus likely multi-year extensions
Start Date: Immediate
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description Senior Security Architect – Phoenix AZ (or Colorado Springs with 75% travel to PHX). Commercial contract – no clearance required.
Desired Skills / Experience • Experience with SOA and Web Services (SOAP, WSDL, XSD, XML-Encryption, XML Signature) is highly desired.
• Ideal candidate has integrated Federated Single Sign On with
• Nice to have: SOA Gateway pattern (especially experience in IBM Datapower)
Specific Requirements • BS / MS plus 10-15 years experience
• Candidate must be familiar concepts of Federated Single Sign On.
• Candidate must be able to effectively communicate security strategy both verbally and by writing solutions architecture specifications.
• Must have: In depth knowledge and Working experience in
o WS-Security
o Kerberos
o Delegated authentication patterns
o PKI Certificate
o SSO / UIDP interceptors
o Active Directory / LDAP
• Ability to make sound security architecture decisions
• Need to understand SaaS applications such as (SFDC) [will be working with a SFDC architect].
• Experience with Spring Acegi Security Framework
• Candidate must have implemented Web Single Sign On using RSA Access Manager or IBM Tivioli Access Manager.
• Candidate must have hands on experience securing enterprise applications using Active Directory or other LDAP server.
Clearance Requirements None required.

Educational Requirements BS required. MS preferred.
To apply please send your resume to and include the position title and job number in the subject line of the email. This and many other positions are available on our website
Position: 4. CM Analyst Date 1 March 2010
Requisition #: ATS002-10-13
Location: Dahlgren, VA
Duration: Duration of contract – renewed each fiscal year
Start Date: March 2010
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description Responsible for all hardware and software CM functions to include the control of documentation. Initial focus will be on the transition of CM tools from CM Vision to Serena Dimensions CM. Position will also be responsible for documenting CM processes and plans. Responsible for management and control of the CM baseline for AFSSS MPS/ASCC. Ensure compliance with all configuration management processes, policy and procedures. In addition, this position is responsible for maintaining the program CM baseline for the VHF Fence.
• Manages and generates software builds and make files in a UNIX environment.
• Manages build libraries and analyzes build output for errors.
• Control classified media and documentation to support version releases
• Provide CM for development and maintenance programs.
• Establishing and managing software, hardware and documentation baselines.
• Audit new release software builds and code for accuracy using Software Turnover Notices
• Manages Configuration Identification, Configuration Control, Configuration Status Accounting (CSA), Configuration Audit
• Develop document deliverables and meeting schedule deadlines.
• Maintaining Change Control for all Change Requests (CR), Problem Reports (PR) and Standard Change Forms (SCF).
• Develop CM status reports.
• Coordinate with relevant project personnel to facilitate obtaining all changes and deliverables for each Project.
• Control and track changes to Product Baselines including software, hardware, documentation and drawings from project inception to project closeout.
• Maintaining and controlling engineering drawings.
• Providing Software Development Folders (SDF) for the engineering staff.
• Creating and maintaining version description documents (VDD).
• Performing Functional Configuration Audit/Physical Configuration Audit (FCA/PCA).
Desired Skills / Experience • Familiarity with the CM Vision tool is desirable.
• Familiarity with Serena Dimensions CM tool is highly desireable
• Experience with complex applications in a UNIX with Oracle environment a plus
• Serena Dimensions CM a plus. IEEE or DoD standards or models a plus.
• Korn or Pearl a plus.
• C and Fortran a plus.
• Familiarity scripting tool APIs a plus.
Specific Requirements • Must be computer proficient in MS Office products
• Familiar with the software development life cycle.
• Familiar with programming languages.
• Proficient with application and database installations. Oracle 10 a plus.
• Proficient with Version Control tools and techniques.
• Proficient with scripting in a UNIX environment.
• Familiar with CM tool migrations.
• Familiar with working in classified environments.
• Proficient with producing timely and accurate reports
Clearance Requirements Must be a US citizen. Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
Educational Requirements BS plus 5 yrs experience; or MS plus 3 yrs. Relevant equivalent experience may apply.
To apply please send your resume to and include the position title and job number in the subject line of the email. This and many other positions are available on our website
Position: 5. SEWS Systems Architect Date 1 March 2010
Requisition #: ATS002-10-14
Location: Colorado Springs, CO (Peterson AFB)
Duration: Contract length.
Start Date: March 2010
Number of Positions: 1

Position Description Travel to various work locations around the world is required. Candidate will utilize extensive systems architecture experience to design future systems designed to keep the Shared Early Warning System (SEWS) relevant. Provide systems engineering support for development of SEWS systems. Monitor and analyze trends, policies, operations and technology evolution and provide input to SEWS strategic planning and risk analysis/mitigation process. Assist program office and other government agencies in the continual development, review and updating of SEWS Interface Control Documents (ICDs). Candidate will provide systems engineering support for SEWS operational systems to include integration with Global Command & Control System (GCCS), Radiant Mercury for SEWS, TRS/MATT radios and participation in various working groups and COCOM health checks to ensure correct implementation of SEWS systems.

Specific Requirements • Strong Research and Development skills are critical to this position. Candidate will be responsible for identifying new R&D initiatives capable of propelling the SEWS PO to new technological areas.
• The candidate must have an extensive missile warning background in IBS-S, IBS-I, radio suites (TRS and MATT), SIBRS, DSP, and be able to utilize this background to solve varied and complex problems across multiple computer platforms, communication and cryptographic methodologies.
• Candidate must possess a complete understanding of networks, radio frequency communication, serial communication (RS-232, 530, etc) and be able to flawlessly integrate these different communication methods.
• Candidate must meet minimum certification requirements for DoD Directive 8570, “Information Assurance Training, Certification, and Workforce Management”. This position requires a minimum certification associated with IAT Level I and may be met with an A+, Network+, or System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification.

Clearance Requirements TS/SCI active within the last 24 months.

Educational Requirements BS required.

To apply please send your resume to and include the position title and job number in the subject line of the email. This and many other positions are available on our website
6. TASC Cleared Professionals Hiring Event , Wednesday, March 3, 2010 (Chantilly, VA)
3:00-7:00 PM
Westfields Marriott
14750 Conference Center Dr., Chantilly, VA

Interview with Hiring Managers on the spot!
Click here to register today and bring several copies of your resume!
*Positions require an Active Security Clearance and US Citizenship
TASC is a premier provider of advanced systems engineering and advisory services across the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense and Civilian Agencies of the federal government. For more than 40 years, we have partnered with America's national security agencies to protect our freedom. We're proud that our broad portfolio of proven services and solutions help solve real-world security challenges and threats.
TASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V are urged to apply.
7. Position Title: System Architecture Engineer (Westminster, CO)
Position ID: 612/613
Position Location: Westminster, CO
Education Degree Preferred: BS/MS




Job #612/613 and Job Title “System Architecture Engineer”

LGS engineers develop cutting-edge customer wireless communications systems based on commercial cellular standards. Our customers know us as the team who delivers. Our high-value solutions consistently address the customer’s unique communications needs, and as a result, our business continues to grow.

This position is an exciting opportunity for an engineer with a broad software and/or hardware background who has a strong passion for defining, and then implementing, new communication solutions. Once in this position, the engineer will gain familiarity with our customers and our current products while focusing on identifying and prototyping new product opportunities. They will also develop written requirements for the new product ideas that have successful prototypes with customer sponsorhip.

The ideal candidate is someone with 10+ years experience of developing/integrating software and/or hardware products for wired and wireless communications systems, a passion for serving customer needs, a track record of innovation and entrepreneurial experience, a technologist, willingness to make new product developments successful, ability to work independently, ability to work closely with customers, experience with developing custom features/products, experience integrating various products (including 3rd party products) into a solution, a strong communication systems background with experience in both wire-line protocols (SS7, ISDN, ATM, Ethernet) and wireless protocols (GSM, UMTS, CDMA, LTE, WiMax, WiFi). The candidate must be a strong team player who enthusiastically learns/tries new things, an inventor, and a successful product architect, technical lead, and developer. He/she should be a self-starter who vigorously takes on significant responsibility and has the flexibility to adapt in a dynamic environment with frequently changing opportunities. Desire someone with demonstrable leadership skills to lead and manage project teams of 5-10 developers. A successful candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills and is someone who likes having fun at work.

Minimum Requirements:
Candidate must have a BS/MS EE, Computer Science, or Computer Engineering degree. Must be able to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.

LGS Innovations is an Equal Opportunity Employer
8. Position Title: Technical Manager - Software Development (Westminster, CO)
Position ID: 614
Position Location: Westminster, CO
Education Degree Preferred: BS / MS Preferred




Job #614 and Job Title “Technical Manager - Software Development”

The successful candidate is expected to have a broad background in the successful development of wireless system systems, relevant experience in coaching of technical supervisors, and a history of successfully establishing highly responsive, nimble organizations with an external focus. Understanding and experience with commercial cellular technologies and experience with government programs are highly desirable. The Tech Manager will be responsible for providing technical management oversight in support of several cellular development programs and for identifying and implementing development/test process improvements.

The Technical Manager will be responsible for coaching up to 20 software engineers

Requirements are focused in the areas of Wireless product Development, Coaching and Management skills, and Organization Leadership.

Minimum Requirements:
• Approximately 15 years of experience in the successful management of advanced technology projects – specifically telecommunications based systems
• A minimum of 5 years in coaching and supervision
• An understanding of government development programs and contracting is highly desirable but not required
• Demonstrated ability to provide strong leadership in establishing organization goals, implementing value-added process improvements, and motivation of a highly skilled team while maintaining a strong customer focus
• BS in a technical discipline (MS preferred)
• Experienced in a broad array of Organizational Development skills such as Conflict Resolution, Team formation and development of highly satisfied associates.
• Excellent communication and leadership skills
• Background in software development for embedded systems including but not limited to: C/C++, real-time OS, Linux, user and GUI applications.
• Expertise with the latest software development processes including OOD and Agile methodologies.
* Familiarity with wireless technologies and protocols such as GSM, UMTS, LTE, and WiMax is a plus.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. Government Security Clearance.

LGS Innovations is an Equal Opportunity Employer


9. MIL 2 BIZ CAREER & NETWORKING EVENT March 10th, 2010 (Colorado Springs, CO)

Featuring Keynote Speakers - Mike Byrd and Kimberly Hessler

Topic - "Becoming Fully Engaged in Your Career Transition - Facing the Truth & Taking Action"

WHEN: March 10th, 2010

TIME: 6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.

WHERE: Colorado Christian University, Room 115, 1125 Kelly Johnson Blvd., Suite 105, Colorado Springs, CO 80920.

Entrance is $10.00 or free to Active Duty Military Members.

To register please go . For more information contact Caroline at or call 719 330 4682.

Kindly sponsored by the following:

Colorado Christian University

Edward Jones

Personal Business Advisors

New Horizons Learning Center
10. Subject: EMT Position with the FBOP (Denver, CO)

Good afternoon-want to let you know we have an EMT position open at FCI
Englewood, here in Denver. Please check out Careers tab
USAJobs (Vacancies) link Type in Bureau of Prisons, hit enter At top
type in Denver

The job will pop up.
If I may be of any assistance, please let me know. Thank you, Darlene

Darlene Dennison
Secretary to the Director
& Recruiter
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Management and Specialty Training Center
791 Chambers Road
Aurora, CO 80011
P: (303) 340-7956
F: (303) 340-7967
11. Innovative Technology Partnerships (ITP) seeks an experienced Intelligence Analyst to fill a position in Albuquerque, NM

The individual selected for this groundbreaking opportunity will function as an Intelligence Analyst and be a key conduit between the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), the law enforcement community and ITP's federal agency customer. To meet our customer's stringent requirements, we need an intelligence professional who can anticipate, identify, summarize and forward intelligence products related to existing or emerging threats; assist the agency in specifying intelligence requirements; and establish productive, strong personal relationships with peers and management in other agencies and organizations. This job requires an analyst who can work independently, yet can establish relationships, credibility and "presence" with geographically dispersed missions and locations. The right person for this opportunity will have:

• Proven experience conducting analysis utilizing industry standard tools, techniques and procedures.
• Proven experience collaborating with the IC and law enforcement community with the ability to forge key relationships in support of customer operations.
• Broad operational knowledge of international terrorism threats to the US.
• The demonstrated ability to analyze intelligence reporting in light of the threats to the agency's operations, make key intelligence correlations and provide timely, actionable intelligence to operational decision-makers.
• A current knowledge of all-source intelligence analysis, preferably in a cross-functional and inter-agency environment.
• Exceptional written and spoken communications skills, with experience in providing analytic products and briefings to all levels of an organization, including senior-most agency officials.
• A demonstrated comprehension of intelligence analysis concepts and processes.

This will be a highly demanding position, but ITP will appropriately compensate the right individual. The position requires an active "Q" or Top Secret clearance with the potential for acquiring a SCI. Some CONUS travel may be required in support of training, liaison and for system integration primarily to Colorado Springs, CO, Washington, DC, Amarillo, TX, Oak Ridge, TN and Ft. Smith, Arkansas.

ITP is a high technology consulting and technical services company, incorporated in New Mexico, providing national security support to the United States Department of Energy (DOE), National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA), national laboratories and other customers. ITP provides competitive compensation and an excellent, full-feature benefit package.

Anyone interested please contact me at
12. We are currently looking for Customer Care Representatives for our Client in Libertyville, IL.

Essential Duties:

Inbound phone volume for customer inquires 70% to 90%
Answer and provide concise, accurate, and complete responses to all inquires
Determine caller's need and proactively provide appropriate information
Explore all viable solutions, while offering guidance in determining the most appropriate course of action
Utilize the Online Knowledge Base tool
Use discretionary decision making for payment arrangements, extensions, deferrals, and due date changes
Update and verify all account maintenance information
Navigate customers through the set up process and layout of the Consumer Internet
Grant refunds and late charge waivers
Troubleshoot Consumer Internet challenges
Identify and report system, IVR, and Consumer Internet challenges

Required Qualifications:


High School diploma or equivalent


Must have 1 1/2 - 2 years experience working in a call center
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Proficient with MS Office Products
Typing skills of 45 wpm minimum

Must meet ALL the qualifications to apply. If you don't meet the qualifications but know of someone that does, please forward this email.

Thank you!

Pam Grover
Client Manager
Bridge Personnel Services
P: 847.625.5676
F: 847.625.5677

20 Years of Excellence - Woman Owned Business Enterprise
Visit us at - Your Bridge to Top Talent!
13. Program Control Analyst (Arlington, Virginia)

Jorge Scientific Corporation is doing some exciting work in support of our nation's Global War on Terrorism. We currently have an opening for a Program Control Analyst to support our Contracts Division at our Corporate office located in Arlington, Virginia.

In this role you will monitor and forecast program costs, commitments and expenditures in the form of estimates to complete (ETCs) and estimates at completion (EACs). Analyze Deltek GCS Premier reports and develop presentations of the data that are understandable and usable by non-financial management personnel.

Specific duties:
• Work with Program Managers to resolve any discrepancies between forecast and actual costs
• Prepare budgets and monitor their execution on a continual basis to prevent surprises.
• Prepare financial reports primarily using Microsoft Excel with data from Deltek GCS Premier.
• Develop and coordinate the appropriate charge number structure with accounting, contracts and operations, and communicate the applicable charge numbers to the program management team.
The individual must have the knowledge and self-confidence to complete challenging assignments with limited direct supervision, including assessing project status and risks.

• B.A. or B.S. degree required preferably in Accounting, Business or other related discipline

• Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in program controls, budgeting, financial analysis or a related field, with a thorough understanding of Government contract cost principles and practices.
• Experience with Deltek GCS Premier, Impromptu, or other database software is a plus.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.
• Secret level Security Clearance Required:
(US Citizen with the ability to obtain a security clearance)

Interested applicants should submit their resumes to Human Resources attention Lee S. Boone.

Jorge Scientific Corporation is an equal opportunity employer promoting a diverse and drug free work environment. EOE, M, F, D, V

To learn more about employment opportunities for Jorge Scientific Corporation, please visit us at

"Our company's commitment to offer solutions that are of long term value to our clients"
Judith J. Hartman
Lee S. Boone
Corporate Recruiter
2231 Crystal Drive
Suite 401
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 413-3996 (DID)
(301) 832-0684 (Cell)
(703) 920-2059 (Fax)
14. Engagement Coordinator (Iraq)

Job Category
Operations Support/Management
Type of Position
Full Time

Job Description
SOS International, Ltd. (SOSi) is seeking an Engagement Coordinator with background in Information Operations and/or Psychological Operations. The position is based in Iraq, supporting combat teams at the forward operating bases. There will be frequent travel within the area of operations (AO). The work will support the commander's overall engagement strategy.

In all locations, engagement coordinators will research and analyze the operating environment and ascertain who the key formal and informal influential tribal, religious, political and opposition leaders are in a particular operating area. Engagement coordinators will establish timelines to meet with these leaders and preclude any unintended breaches of local customs. Working conditions are normal for an office environment..
Minimum Requirements

* Candidates will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information

Must be able to rapidly obtain situational awareness and situational understanding of the social and political environment in Iraq to determine and recommend the best method for the employment of information engagement

* Excellent oral and written skills

* Experience with military operations (3 to 5 years of military experience preferred), with at least 2 years of operational experience in-country

* Bachelor's degree in a discipline that supports/enables the requirements; other academic degree or extensive experience can substitute for educational requirements

* Former senior NCO (E-8 or E-9) or officer (0-3 or 04) preferred

* Must be willing to work long hours in a fast-paced environment; 12+ hour shifts are prevalent

* Professional written and oral communication skills

* Advanced technical, analytical and problem-solving skills

* Ability to work independently and in a team environment

* Customer service skills and strong interpersonal skills

* Demonstrated time-management and organizational skills

* Ability to perform and complete multiple tasks simultaneously

* Clear understanding of how brigades operate and are organized in support of a division

* Proficient with Microsoft Office applications and working knowledge of such Web-based collaboration applications as Breeze

Alex Tadiashvili
SOS International Ltd.
Direct: (203) 504-2319
Fax: (203) 504-2319
15. Silverback7, Inc. (SB7), a service-disabled veteran-owned small business that provides intelligence solutions, analysis and training to the U.S. Defense and Intelligence Communities, is seeking a Computer Forensics Analyst.

Job Overview: Computer Forensics Analysts will use computer forensics expertise to support rapid and accurate exploitation of captured enemy documents and media. Must possess the ability to perform forensic investigations across multiple technologies, including Workstations, Servers, PDAs, Telecom equipment, Peripherals, and Documents relative to a given case. Must be able to work independently, as part of a team, and able to manage their own forensics workload.

Candidates must possess an active TS/SCI clearance in order to be considered. Position is Full time at MacDill AFB and is currently a non-deploying position.

Job Duties:
-Provide thorough computer forensic analysis leveraging their extensive computer forensic experiences and knowledge to support the exploitation of captured enemy documents and media.
-Identify computer files (programs, documents, videos, emails, etc) for further analysis.
-Possess extensive computer knowledge and skills to quickly leverage the latest computer forensics software to extract multi-media files for analysis.
-Prepare recurring and non-routine reports.
-Protect friendly networks by following information assurance policy, thoroughly examining captured electronic media for malicious software to identify, quarantine, and eliminate cyber threats.
-These positions require skills in word processing, data entry, knowledge of advanced language software programs and the ability to participate in forensic processing.

The following skills are desired:
-Have proven knowledge and experience with new technologies and programming techniques for multiple software languages, including, but not limited to SQL programming, C#, C/C++
-Have a Bachelor's degree (BSEE, BSCS, BSCE) from a four-year college or university, and 1 - 3 years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
-Have 1 - 3 years Windows development using Microsoft .NET
-Have strong SQL programming experience
-Be proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
-Have strong knowledge of EnCase Forensics and / or EnCase Enterprise, FTK
-Understand Basic Unix commands for study of CACHE Flow Logs
-Have strong knowledge of TCP/IP, Networking, SMTP, Exchange Message transport, Web filtering, Spam Filtering, and Message Capturing Technologies
-Have expert knowledge of Active Directory, Exchange System internals and database design
-Strong Understanding of Privacy Laws, Incident-Response Principles, Encryption Principles and PKI

All resumes should be submitted via the Silverback7 website. Go to: and click on the "Careers" tab to upload your resume to our system. If you have issues submitting through the website please send resume to Rebecca at To find out the status of your resume contact Sasha at (703) 490-9009-112 or


Rebecca Woolson
Associate Recruiter
Silverback7, Inc.
(703) 490-9009 ext. 172
16. Subcontract Specialist (Arlington, Virginia)

Jorge Scientific Corporation is doing some exciting work in support of our nation's Global War on Terrorism. We currently have an opening for a Subcontract Specialist to support our Contracts Division at our Corporate offices located in Arlington, Virginia.

In this role you will prepare and administer subcontracts, task orders and subsequent amendments. Tasks include the negotiation of terms and conditions, analysis of price and creation of the subcontract document and modifications.

General Duties:
• Responsible for the monitoring of the subcontractor's performance, including the management of the deliverables and payment of invoices.
• Keeps fully informed on all subcontract standards, plans and policies.
• Prepares conducts and/or supports subcontract negotiations.
• Helps to insure that the subcontract is in accordance with legal requirements, customer specifications, prime contract requirements and government regulations.
• Assists in monitoring subcontract performance for conformance to requirements to protect the interest of the company and the customer.
• Assists in preparation and monitoring of subcontract budgets, and reviews subcontractor invoices for compliance with subcontract terms and funding status.
• Maintains extensive contact with managers regarding the subcontract performance, cost performance and payment status.
• Prepares and distributes information to appropriate managers regarding subcontract status, compliance, modification, deviation, negotiation and termination.
• Participates in contract/subcontract reviews with prime contract customers
• BS degree required, BA degree preferred

• Two (2) to four (4) years of experience in the field or in a related area.
• Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
• Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
• Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general supervision.

Experience and/or expertise:
• Must be proficient with standard MS Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).

Interested applicants should submit their resumes to Human Resources attention Lee S. Boone

Jorge Scientific Corporation is an equal opportunity employer promoting a diverse and drug free work environment. EOE, M, F, D, V

To learn more about employment opportunities for Jorge Scientific Corporation, please visit us at

"Our company's commitment to offer solutions that are of long term value to our clients"
Judith J. Hartman
Lee S. Boone
Corporate Recruiter
2231 Crystal Drive
Suite 401
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 413-3996 (DID)
(301) 832-0684 (Cell)
(703) 920-2059 (Fax)
The position will be in the NGB facility located in Crystal City, VA
Provide support for National Guard's Joint Lessons Learned Program (JLLP)
17. Minimum qualification for Lesson's Learned Functional Analyst
• Civilian Education: Bachelor's Degree
• Military Education: CGSC or ILE
• Work Experience: Staff Officer ( ANG, ARNG, or NGB level preferred but not required) ; Program and Policy Development and Management with joint/service organizations
• Knowledge/Exposure: Staff action process and joint/service staff operations; briefings and products in support of senior leaders.
• Clearance: Secret, must be current and final adjudication
• Abilities:
o Develop program requirements; Develop and present effective briefings and reports to leadership and organizations.
o Demonstrated ability to function as a member of a training, education, and readiness support team
o Demonstrated ability to operate independently, conduct training integration assessments, lessons learned analysis and joint training system interaction as well as lesson learned information system support/process improvement activities directly supporting National Guard.
o Demonstrated familiarity with joint, OSD, combatant command, combat support agencies and National Guard operations, roles, requirements and domestic operations capabilities
o Demonstrated knowledge with joint/service lessons learned; joint training integration, joint/service readiness, joint capabilities, joint mission essential tasks, joint doctrine, and joint exercises
o Demonstrated ability to operate the following joint training and preparedness systems or processes: Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS)
o Demonstrated extensive knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the National Guard Bureau, Army National Guard, Air National Guard, Joint Force Headquarters - State and Joint Task Force organizations
o Demonstrated success as senior staff officer/analyst in a multi-tasked, high tempo environment
o Desired: Familiarity with joint, DOD, combatant command operations and requirements related to training and education development
o Experience on National Guard as well as a joint/service staff is a plus

Please send resumes to

Stephen Simank
Applied Response Solutions, LLC
512-868-9066 Office/Fax
512-658-4655 Mobile
18. JTAC / JFO Instructors - Fort Sill, OK
Duties: The duties will include preparation design, development, and
synchronization, assess and maintain plans for efficient, integrated and
enhanced movement toward building learning organizations within the
USAFCOEFS. Participation as Subject Matter Expert (SME) in developing
revisions to POIs, Lesson Plans and TSPs. Trainers will provide assessments
and evaluations of student performance in accordance with the POIC and
tailor individual training sessions as needed.

Requirements: Prior experience as Marine Forward Observer, Army Joint
Forward Observer, Air force Joint Terminal Attack Controller, or forward Air
Controller required. Candidates should be a graduate of either: JTAC, JFO,
Marine Forward Observer or forward Air Controller courses. These positions
require SECRET security clearance with eligibility for TS/SCI.

Education/Experience: We are seeking candidates with a minimum of five
years of cumulative experience as a Forward Observer, Joint forward Observer
or Joint terminal Attack Controller. Experience with Call for Fire trainer
and/or OneSAF operations and maintenance is also desirable. Successful
candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Four
year degree and/or additional experience may be substituted.

Send all resumes to

Byron L. Cherry, PhD
Colonel, US Army (Retired)
CEO, Succeed to Lead, LLC
"A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)"
"Small Disadvantage Business (SDB)"
19. On-Site Electronic Warfare Instructors in Lawton, OK.
Working from Fort Sill, they will support the delivery of Electronic Warfare
training to Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Officers. These instructors will
also provide training towards the planning, integrating and synchronizing of
Electronic Warfare (EW) assets for Army brigade and division level
Duties: The duties will include preparing training materials; developing
training aids, providing instruction and After Action Reviews (AAR).
Instructors and Trainers must be able to demonstrate exceptional written and
oral presentation skills.
Requirements: Candidates must have knowledge in Electronic Warfare doctrine,
CREW system reprogramming/testing theory and Electronic Spectrum Management
experience. These positions require SECRET security clearance with
eligibility for TS/SCI.
Education/Experience: We are looking for candidates with several years of
experience, and/or a 4 year degree is desired. Experience in classroom or in
the field. Electronic Warfare Integration, training development and
knowledge of foreign electronic warfare systems are desired.

Send all resumes to

Byron L. Cherry, PhD
Colonel, US Army (Retired)
CEO, Succeed to Lead, LLC
"A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)"
"Small Disadvantage Business (SDB)"

Succeed to Lead is committed in providing innovative solutions to your
complex problems using the best resources available.
20. Patriot Maintainer Instructors for a potential government contract located in Fort Sill, OK.
Patriot Maintainer Instructor - PATRIOT Missile System repair and
maintenance technicians in support of Advanced Individual Training (AIT) and
Initial Entry Training (IET) soldiers in the resident training courses
required for the 94S Military Occupational Specialty (MOS)

Duties: Provide classroom instruction and perform remedial training support
on PATRIOT ADA systems and administer student written/practical
examinations. Evaluate student performance. Conduct student critiques.
Conduct student academic counseling. Maintain equipment and instructional
aides are functioning and available for classroom instruction. Reviews
course materials for applicability.

Requirements: Instructor qualified MOST 94S/27X/35S
Knowledgeable with ICC and Fire Unit operations/maintenance and able teach
organizational level system operators and maintainers and intermediate level

Education/Experience: AA, AS, BA, BS in a technical field and 4 years of
relevant experience, TRADOC 5K skill identifier. Must have been awarded the
MOS 94S, 27X or 35S (or equivalent).
Must be familiar with ECS AN/MSQ-132,-104; ICC AN/MSQ-133,-116; CRG
AN/MRC-137,-147 subsystems operation and repair.

Must be familiar with basic electronic fundamentals, electronic
troubleshooting and repair and logistics fundamental associated with the
PATRIOT Missile System.

Send all resumes to

Byron L. Cherry, PhD
Colonel, US Army (Retired)
CEO, Succeed to Lead, LLC
"A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)"
"Small Disadvantage Business (SDB)"
21. Subject Matter Expert on Field Artillery Systems - Fort Sill, OK
Works under the supervision of the Branch Chief, who provides assignments in
the form of broad objectives independent plans and carries out work
assignments, develops analytical methods and detailed procedures, deviating
from accepted practices to the extent necessary to achieve objectives. Keeps
supervisor informed of issues or controversies that arise and provides
detailed recommendations for decision. Completed work is reviewed for
soundness of overall approach and conformance with policy guidance.
Duties: Serves as a subject matter expert engaged in conducting reviews,
analysis and evaluations of field artillery systems and doctrines to
determine their effectiveness under projected combat conditions and
initiates the acquisitions process for those material items deemed
acceptable by the aforementioned studies.
Conducts review, analysis and evaluation of projects and studies pertaining
to developmental and conceptual field artillery systems to include the
organization and doctrine to utilize these systems. Identifies current and
potential deficiencies or limitations in the analysis of field artillery
systems utilized within the directorate; USAFAS, or outside agencies, both
military and civilian, by reviewing procedures, findings, and conclusions
reached. Assists in the development of the effectiveness criteria for the
analysis mixes and trade-offs. Recommends or assesses proposed changes in
field artillery systems, doctrine, and organization, to include evaluation
of the validity of the improvements, impact, if any, and the development and
assessment of alternatives. Identifies operational and doctrinal
characteristics and evaluations and assumptions pertinent to the use of the
systems in question. Prepares evaluations of field artillery systems
concepts and developments for the purpose of examining and identifying how
or what those concepts add to the total effectiveness of the system. Reviews
documents/analysis pertaining to vulnerability, survivability, and
effectiveness of those systems and makes appropriate comments. Prepares
evaluation of specific system concepts and developments for the purpose of
examining the utility of the system and requirements for additional detailed
study. Monitors items/systems throughout their life cycle to determine,
evaluate and document requirements for product improvements to existing

Reviews combat system concepts proposed or under study by Army agencies,
other agencies of the DOD, and defense-oriented contractors to assess their
potential practicability and their potential effects on future doctrine and
policy regarding the design, development, and use of these systems as they
relate to field artillery. Reviews and evaluates present and proposed
systems to determine what relationships between subsystems and components
constrain the performance of the total system and interprets the impact of
these performance constraints upon requirements. Integrates the systems
analysis effort to provide substantive improvement in the ability to analyze
alternative systems, as they relate to the Army in the field.

Maintains liaison and coordinates with other combat development
organizations, DARCOM, branch schools, and other military or civilian
organizations involved in combat developments to maintain up-to-date
knowledge of potentially usable developments. Researches literature on
artillery employment and integrates methodology for studies. Consults and
coordinates with ORSA support personnel and other services or agencies as
necessary. Acts as a representative of the field artillery community and
TRADOC at meetings, briefings, and reviews with higher headquarters, DARCOM,
DA, and civilian contractors. Prepares and conducts briefings as required.

Requirements: Candidate must have Field Artillery background with
experience in Towed and Self-propelled weapons. Possess knowledge of the
material life cycle management system. Candidate must also possess
specialized skills in survey ammunition MET. Must have TS clearance or be
eligible to obtain one.

Education/Experience: Knowledge of the doctrine, organization and
utilization for field artillery systems to include survey devices,
computer-based fire direction systems, communications devices and target
acquisition and fire support systems. Proven knowledge of adequacy and
practicability criteria and operational requirements sufficient to monitor
and evaluate contractors' proposals for new improved field artillery
Send all resumes to

Byron L. Cherry, PhD
Colonel, US Army (Retired)
CEO, Succeed to Lead, LLC
"A Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)"
"Small Disadvantage Business (SDB)"
22. Please have any interested candidates contact Sharon Anderson and to reference JR # is 44567 Information Assurance Office/ISSO in the subject line. Thanks!!

CACI needs motivated Information Assurance Officers (IAO's, formerly known as ISSO's) who possess a wide range of knowledge in design of security components and architectures. The candidate must be familiar with FISMA reporting requirements and well organized.
The NGA Information Assurance Services Program is looking for an experienced Information Assurance Officers (IAO's) to work as a member of the Information Systems Security Team to provide guidance and support. The IAO will provide continuous security operations and management support of the information systems at NGA sites both CONUS and OCONUS. The IAO will respond to day-to-day security requests for the systems in his / her portfolio. Day-to-day activities include:
Review of System Security Packages and Accreditation Status
Review and approve or deny the entry / exit of AIS equipment
Ability to perform CRT black light check on monitors to be accessed in order to check for burned in characters or classified data
Create CD / DVD for user support
The IAO is responsible for the certification and accreditation (C&A) of medium to highly complex systems. The IAO is also responsible for managing a portfolio of systems both CONUS and OCONUS. Also responsible for the review of low to medium IA-related trouble tickets. Responsible for working with Program manages to work-off liens. The candidate will work with system program managers, systems administrators, and information systems security representatives to facilitate the production of C&A packages in a cooperative manner. These packages will consist of systems certification and accreditation packages that are expiring, being recapitalized and new systems being deployed.

Required Skills:

� Working knowledge of the Federal Information Systems Management Act (FISMA) and with FISMA, OMB, and DCID 6/3 guidelines for Certification and Accreditation of information systems, as well as those for FISMA and OMB reporting.
� Understanding of the uses for DISA Platinum Disk, Gold Disk, and SRR scanning and patching software.
� Ability to effectively communicate in both written and oral form with senior engineering management.
� Experience managing relationships with systems security engineers needed to achieve accreditation.
� Experience facilitating Infrastructure Service Requests (ISRs).
� Ability to review Engineering Orders (EOs) for security related issues.
� The creation of Plans of Actions and Milestones (POA&Ms).

Desired Skills:
� Past IAO experience
� Candidates are strongly encouraged to have:
Understand current DoD and/or Intel security regulations, directives, and policies Security certifications: CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, GCFA, CEH, SSCP, Security+
� Experience with NGA or NRO (IMINT) Systems
� Understanding of the NGA Geospatial Intelligence, Functional Management, and Corporate Operations missions gained through direct implementation or interaction with these mission areas
� NGA ISSR/O certification
� Knowledge of the NGA Systems Development Lifecycle.
Bachelor’s degree telecommunications, engineering, computer science or equivalent and five to seven years experience with information networks and the security aspects