Thursday, December 29, 2011

K-Bar List Jobs: 26 December 2011

K-Bar List Jobs: 26 December 2011 (Over 104,000 hits on the blog to date and over 99,000 on the website!!)

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Today’s Posting:
1. San Diego, CA Information Technology Security Specialist
2. San Diego, CA, Senior Supply Analyst
3. San Diego, CA, Administrator III
4. Financial Representative (Sacramento, CA)
5. Tactical Engineering & Analysis Opportunities, San Diego CA
6. Apprentice Ventilation Exhaust Techs (San Diego, CA)
7. Director, Contract Operations, Industrial Programs (Oakland, CA)
8. SAIC Wounded Warrior Hiring Initiative
9. Counterintelligence Specialist (North Carolina/Virginia)(TS/SCI)
10. Security Specialist (North Carolina/Virginia)(TS/SCI)
11. M1A1 Abrams Tank Field Service Representative (FSR) – Egypt
12. Civil Information Manager _ Afghanistan
13. Linguists Needed for USG Intel Community: Multiple Languages, CONUS-OCONUS
14. Medical Service Officers/NCOs – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
15. security guards (Lorton, VA)
16. Senior Security Engineer (Annapolis Junction, MD)
17. Information Technology (IT) Portal Developer (MD)
18. Sr. Data Base Architect (Ft. Bragg, NC)
19. Veteran Opportunity Expo in Las Vegas, NV (Jan 26)
20. Veteran Opportunity Expo in Nashville, TN (Jan 26)
21. 3rd SFG Antiterrorism/Physical Security (AT/PS) Program Manager (Fort Bragg, NC)
22. Finance Manager, GS-0505-13 (Lakewood, CO)
23. Part Time Teller, FIRST MIDWEST BANK (IL)
24. Navy Trainers
25. Estimator (Santa Rosa, Cotati CA)
26. Construction Personnel-Bay Area, CA
27. Information Technology Analysts (FL, NC, VA, CA)
28. Family Readiness Officer (FRO) Camp Pendleton CA
29. Data Quality (DQ) Management El Segundo (LA AFB)
30. GIS Analyst, US Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma Arizona
31. Manager of Financial Regulatory Model (Milwaukee, WI)
32. Vehicle Mechanic (Ft. Drum, NY)
33. Tool & Parts Attendant (Ft. Drum, NY)
34. Healthcare, Nursing, Maintenance, Corrections, and Food Service Professionals (Karnes City, Texas)
35. Senior Business Development Director – Aviation (Forth Worth, TX, Huntsville, AL, or Falls Church, VA)
36. several jobs (Afghanistan)
37. Human Resources Administrator - Part Time Northern Virginia
38. Health, Safety, and Environmental Advisor with emphasis on the health side for Victoria, TX and Dickinson, ND
39. Upcoming Job Fairs in Mississippi
40. Intelligence positions (CONUS, OCONUS)
41. Software Reliability Engineer (Belcamp, MD)
42. Global Marketing Manager for our Biomedical Client in Everett Washington
43. CSC HOT JOB OPPORTUNITIES (Various Locations)
44. 3 Slots Available! IMMEDIATE NEED-ELECTRONICS/MAINTENANCE. TECHNICIAN- AFGHANISTAN
45. Database/Web Administrator -- CONUS & OCONUS (TS/SCI)
46. Systems Administrator – CONUS & OCONUS (TS)
47. Multiple Skills Employment Opportunities on ACFIRST Project Afghanistan
48. MILDEC, IO and OPSEC professionals (Tampa, FL)
49. Electronics Technician Maintenance III (EGG62079) Camp LeJeune, NC
50. Trainmaster (Division) Eagle Pass TX
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1. Trabus Technologies Opportunity, San Diego, CA Information Technology Security Specialist

Top Secret Clearance Required

Position Description

TRABUS is seeking an Information Technology Security Specialist who will provide comprehensive information security engineering/analysis in support of government programs. The candidate will work with enterprise architects, product managers, and product engineering to define security requirements in accordance with applicable government/commercial guidelines, evaluate security architectures and designs, and design and deliver efficient technical solutions that ensure confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation. The candidate should have security assessment experience doing vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, system hardening, system integration and packet sniffing in order to provide analytical and technical security recommendations and be able to support the development, debugging and test events necessary in the certification process. The candidate must be self-motivated, flexible, willing to take the initiative on tasks, employ a high level of problem solving skills to identify and diagnose complex problems, and possess excellent communication skills. The preferred candidate has a current or recent Top Secret clearance with a current Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) or equivalent.

Responsibilities

* Implement and/or integrate security measures for use in systems and ensure system designs incorporate security configurations based on government and/or commercial guidelines
* Assess IT security threats and vulnerabilities
* Design, develop, and implement specific countermeasures which enhance IT security
* Provide support for a program, organization, system, or enclave's information assurance/IT security program(s)
* Provides assistance for proposing, implementing, and enforcing information systems security policies, standards, and methodologies
* Drafting/update and submit System Security Plans (SSPs) and C&A packages
* Design and develop integration interfaces according to physical or functional specifications ensuring functionality and quality of solution

Qualifications/Experience

* Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering or similar technical discipline required.
* Minimum three to five years of hands on experience in a classified IT environment required.
* Following IT Certifications a plus: CISSP, CISM, CISA
* Strong understanding of TCP/IP networking and routing protocols, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Standards and Policies and Implementation, data-at-rest encryption, IDS/IPS, Firewalls, syslog analysis, HTTP and TCP/IP analysis, and vulnerability assessment a plus
* Active programming experience a plus.
* Must be a U.S. citizen and eligible for a U.S. Government security clearance.

To apply, e-mail matts@trabus.com with resume and salary requirements.

POC: Matt Sandberg, matts@trabus.com
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2. CACI Opportunity, San Diego, CA, Senior Supply Analyst, JR 61621

Duties:

CACI has an immediate opening for a Senior Supply Analyst to perform the Fleet Assistance Shipboard Training (FAST) tasking to support COMNAVSURFPAC Code N46 located at Naval Station, CA. The Senior Supply Analyst will be responsible for continuous review of shipboard funding levels, conducting data analysis of shipboard material requirements, and supporting CNSP N46 with data analysis and reviews to improve Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) processes for LSD / LPD class ships. The review will include analyzing driver metrics and other leading indicators as they affect and/or influence baselines and targets with the goal of improving class support processes.

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

Typically requires a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Management, or related business discipline or equivalent (i.e., eight years of "hands-on" experience in a combination of automated supply/maintenance management) and seven to nine years (eight years is preferred) of related Navy supply logistics experience. This experience must include:

* Experience in automated supply, logistics, inventory management, financial management and the functionality of the automated supply systems.
* Two years of experience as a senior-level analyst and a supervisor.

Desired Qualifications:

* Familiarity with MS Office Suite products (Excel, WORD, Access) highly desired.
* The ability to perform relational table/data manipulation using MS Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and WORD is also desired.
* Familiarity with Navy supply and maintenance relationships, organizations, and management databases is highly desired.

Please e-mail detailed (no page limit) chronological resume, clearly showing required qualifications in MS Word format to:csale@caci.com, reference Position # JR 61621

POC: Connie Sale, csale@caci.com
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3. San Diego, CA, Administrator III

Salary: $70-80k

Permanent - 3 month contract to hire

Urgent need - Interviewing immediately!

Job Description

* Environments include support for Windows Active Directory, SharePoint websites, and various applications running in a virtual environment accessible from the Internet and Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI).
* Operation and Maintenance support includes patch management, information assurance/security, anti-virus, and data backup solutions.
* Provide system administration and engineering support for Windows 2003/2008.
* Provide engineering support for initiatives including, but not limited to, SQL, SharePoint, VMware, Host Based Security System (HBSS), and ISCSI Storage system.
* Develop, deploy and maintain automated Windows 2003/2008 Server builds.
* Attend to VMware VCenter server and Vsphere configurations, and hosted virtual server requirements.
* Create Standard Operating Procedure documentation for designs and implementation strategies of new hardware and software deployments.
* Address requirements for maintaining system security as defined by the Certification and Accreditation documentation.
* Work independently as well as in a support environment to meet deadlines while simultaneously performing multiple tasks.
* This environment not only includes working with the Help Desk; but also various SPAWAR Department technical points of contact as needed to resolve customer problems.

Required Skills

* Must be experienced in the administration of Windows Active Directory infrastructure to include Group Policy Object management experience, VMware ESXi server, Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint v3 - 2010, Backup Exec, Acronis, McAfee HBSS
* Must demonstrate strong analytical and problem solving skills.
* Must demonstrate the ability to multi-task and teach or assist others to resolve Systems related issues.
* Must have a demonstrated ability to produce system specifications, design requirements, test evaluation planning documents, and technical publications and reports.
* Requires strong understanding of current Microsoft supported Windows operating systems.
* Must be familiar with Department of Defense networking and security accreditation requirements.
* Knowledge of Retina and Host Based Security System (HBSS) is desirable. Vulnerability Management System (VMS).
* DoD Directive 8570.1 Information Assurance Workforce Technical Level II or III certifications required (Sec +, MCSA, MCSE, CISSP).

Required Experience

May require a bachelor's degree or equivalent in a related area and at least 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of complicated tasks. May lead and direct the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. May report directly to a project lead or manage

POC: Glory Stewart, 858-658-0915, gstewart@at-tech.com
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4. Financial Representative (Sacramento, CA)

Job Description:

Do you have what it takes to leverage the maximum potential of this career with the right mix of skills, ambition, and timing? If you're a top-notch performer, value the freedom of being your own boss, want to be financially rewarded for your success, and have the desire to positively impact people's lives every day, consider a career as a Northwestern Mutual Financial Representative with one of our 350 offices nationwide.

Leverage Our Strength . You can count on us to help you build strong financial futures for your clients. Financial strength is the cornerstone of any company, and Northwestern Mutual has an exceptionally strong financial position.

When a client is looking for someone to help manage their financial risk and achieve financial security in today's complex world, they have much to consider. For example, what do others say about the organization? Is it financially strong enough to be there when you need it? Does it deliver exceptional value over the long term? Does it take care of its customers and provide them with excellent service? Do the company's values match your own?

Desired Skills & Experience:

BA or BS degree from a four-year institution; strong interpersonal skills; self-motivated; history of personal success.

Enjoy working in a fast-paced, highly productive, value-driven environment? If so Northwestern Mutual Financial Network is the place for you! For more information, visit at www.NorthwesternMutual.com.

Local candidates only!
Company Description
We are a financial services company that offers a variety of insurance and investment solutions. Since our founding in 1857, through every recession and every economic boom, we've kept our focus on the long term, delivering our clients and policyowners consistent financial strength year after year. Our financial representatives build lifelong relationships to help clients identify their unique needs in order to provide long-term solutions.

Contact
Stefanie L. Loop
Director of Selection with Fobes Financial Group Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
1425 River Park Drive, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95815 T (916) 648-6452 F (916) 920-9109 stefanie.loop@nmfn.comwww.nmfn.com/fobesfinancial
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5. Tactical Engineering & Analysis Opportunities, San Diego CA:

A. Topside (Navigation, Seamanship, ATFP, SAR and VBSS) Training & Analysis

This is an open position which will result in a contingent offer, pending award of contract. Projected start date is 16 February 2012. Work will be performed at company or US government facilities.

Requirements:

* 12 or more years minimum work experience in a related technical discipline, including thorough knowledge of the Navigation, ATFP, Seamanship, VBSS and SAR certification processes.
* Bachelor degree or higher required in technical discipline
* Must have thorough knowledge of the Surface Force Training Manual and applicable Navy Ship Technical Manuals.
* Requires experience with tracking and managing certification and training schedules for Naval Surface Forces Units. Has working knowledge of Navy Training and administration programs FLTMPS and NTMPS. Must have thorough knowledge of the Navy Personnel Evaluation system to include NAVFIT98A. Experience writing and presenting briefs to senior leadership is required. Requires experience leading a team that evaluates and certifies Navy ships. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of program tools.
* Excellent communication skills dealing with customers at all levels, to include written, verbal, and listening skills
* Excellent demonstrated organizational skills, and ability to multi-task
* U.S. Citizenship required. Candidates must have the ability to obtain a US Government security clearance, and will be subject to a US security background investigation (i.e. favorable background investigation / credit score). Additional eligibility requirements for access to various levels of classified information may also be required. An active security clearance is highly desirable.

Basic Duties:

* Compile, review, submit, and file required reports from departmental Training Teams weekly in order to track ship's progress during their Basic Phase of Training Period. Review reports for proper formatting and content. Distribute reports to Department Heads for review.
* Consolidate and submit weekly status of ships in training and Topside Tickler report.
* Verify weekly Topside Warfare areas training status of ships in Training is being updated on the ATG Extranet, including end of ride report comments, weekly
* Consolidate Review, Submit and archive End of Ride Training Reports from Topside Subject Matter Experts to Topside Department Head on a weekly basis.
* Produce and maintain a quality control methodology to ensure certifications are properly met IAW with SFRM and appropriate instructions
* Consolidate and update training materials for Afloat Training Group Topside Training Team Members, monthly. Maintain presentations for classroom and shipboard training events, Quarterly. Revise Level of Knowledge (LOK) exams questions and submit to LOK test bank annually. Provide LOK exam result metrics, monthly
* Compile a list of common discrepancies found during assessments and develop lesson topic guides concerning lessons learned and best practices for dissemination to training teams and ships in training, quarterly.
* Collect data at weekly ATG SD Planning Board for Training (PB4T) meetings to determine short and long range scheduling requirements. Provides department training schedules that support training requirements, weekly. Coordinate with ATG schedulers, training teams, and shipboard personnel to identify alternative training dates when conflicts arise, weekly. Coordinate ATG trainers and ATG Scheduler for availability of ATG personnel during training events, weekly. Update and review ATG Weekly Ride List. Review MSP weekly for all departmental training events, weekly. Enter information into MSP to create/cancel events based on training needs. Recommend proper allocation of training resources, to include trainers, to training events, weekly. Produce monthly manpower metrics to reflect manpower expended during Fleet Readiness Training Plan (FRTP). Verify documentation of all training events and trainer times have been entered into MSP, weekly.
* Position requires regular attendance and must be performed at company or US government facilities.

Please visit our website for additional information about this job, www.tac-eng.com .

Resumes showing desired qualifications can be emailed to a.adams@tac-eng.com . Please reference job #037.

B. Engineering Department Administration & Analysis

This is an open position which will result in a contingent offer, pending award of contract. Projected start date is 16 February 2012. Work will be performed at company or US government facilities.

Requirements:

* Recent in-depth shipboard experience such as Engineering Officer of the Watch Qualified (any platform).
* Must have thorough knowledge of the Navy Personnel Evaluation system to include NAVFIT98A.
* Must have working knowledge of ATGPAC's application suite TORIS.
* Must possess thorough understanding of certification process in the Surface Force Training Manual (SFTM) for 3M, FSOM, MOB-E and MOB-D.
* Must have working knowledge of Navy training and administration programs FLTMPS and NTMPS.
* Experience in Navy Engineering management programs
* 12 or more years minimum work experience in a related technical discipline
* Experience writing and presenting briefs to senior leadership
* Bachelor degree or higher required
* Excellent communication skills dealing with customers at all levels, to include written, verbal, and listening skills
* Excellent demonstrated organizational skills
* Ability to multi-task
* Previous experience developing training materials
* Working knowledge of Microsoft office suite of program tools
* U.S. Citizenship required. Candidates must have the ability to obtain a US Government security clearance, and will be subject to a US security background investigation (i.e. favorable background investigation / credit score). Additional eligibility requirements for access to various levels of classified information may also be required. An active security clearance is highly desirable.

Basic Duties:

* Collects updates of all Afloat Self-Assessment (ASA) Check Sheets from inputs received from departmental subject matter experts. Provides subject check sheets for approval by the Department Head. Develops quarterly performance trend reports and presentations for use in departmental process improvement. Reviews message traffic daily for Engineering Department pertinent information/notifications and provides recommendation for inclusion in the ASA Check sheets. Coordinates training schedules and develops training material where appropriate.
* Tracks and maintains historical data and develops briefs to show manpower trends, detail training accomplishments and ATGSD Department Manpower Level of effort during Afloat Training Group (ATG) Training Events. Provides monthly metrics and data analysis for mission area Level of Knowledge (LOK) Basic Phase exam results for PACFLT.
* Tracks departmental awards IAW with COMATGPAC INST 1650.1 Series and verifies correct formatting, Engineering - Approximately 50 per year.
* Coordinates departmental resource allocation for all Engineering Department functional areas to ensure adequate coverage of fleet training needs. Functional areas include sixteen Engineering Department Training Teams (Gas Turbine, Diesel, Steam, 3M, DC, Medical and Emergency Action Plan, EAP).
* Collects data at weekly ATG SD Planning Board for Training (PB4T) meetings to determine short and long range scheduling requirements. Recommends department training schedules that support training requirements, - weekly. Coordinates with ATG schedulers, training teams, and shipboard personnel to identify alternative training dates when conflicts arise, -weekly. Coordinates ATG trainers and ATG Scheduler for availability of ATG personnel during training events, -weekly. Updates and reviews ATG Weekly Ride List. Reviews MSP weekly for all departmental training events. Enters information into MSP to create/cancel events based on training needs. Recommends proper allocation of training resources, to include trainers, to training events, - weekly. Verifies that documentation of all training events and trainer times have been entered into MSP, - weekly.
* Provides input for the weekly departmental briefing for department head, to include training team schedules and status of ships in training using Training and Operational Readiness Information Services (TORIS).
* Identifies and recommends training topics based on trends identified for the quarterly engineering summits. Consolidates with Pacific Fleet Training shortfalls that are identified by the Department Head. Develops Training curricula or identify 3rd party subject matter experts. Coordinates with guest speakers as required. Recommends schedule for approximately four Training Venues every year for Fleet Wide training. Provides an after-action report consisting of attendance records, commands participating, and after-action reports on lessons learned.
* Compiles common discrepancies found during assessments, and develops lesson topic guides containing lessons learned and best practices for dissemination to training teams and ships in training.
* Identifies necessary office supplies, equipment and furnishing from approved Government Services Administration (GSA) resources. Prepares order forms of identified shortfalls on a quarterly basis and provides to Department Head for approval.
* Position requires regular attendance and must be performed at company or US government facilities.

Please visit our website for additional information about this job, www.tac-eng.com .

Resumes showing desired qualifications can be emailed to a.adams@tac-eng.com . Please reference job #038.

POC: Alice Adams, 858.573-9869 ext. 107, a.adams@tac-eng.com
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6. Apprentice Ventilation Exhaust Techs (San Diego, CA)

Handling Human Services has 7 immediate openings for “Apprentice Ventilation Exhaust Techs” Please see job description below.

Please distribute to interested applicants.

TO APPLY:

Please contact: Stephanie Handling at (626)806-6066 or call me if you are unable to get a hold of her at (619) 266-4240

Job Number: CA12312771
Job Title: APPRENTICE VENTILATION EXHAUST TECH City of Job: San Diego Experience Required: No Education Required: Not stated Number of Openings: 7 Rate of Pay: $8.50 to 10.00/hour
Shift: Grave
Duration: Long Term
Hours Per Week: 31-40
California Driver's License: C (passenger car)

Job Duties:

Pay will increase in 2 two weeks and will increase depending on performance, availability and ability to learn and understand. Labor Intensive work! Apprentice Techs must wear long sleeves and Slip-Resistant Work-boots are required. Willing to lift 60lbs, work on a roof? Must be able to perform physical bending, standing, pushing, and to be able to physically access small spaces. Are you willing to climb up ceilings and up ladders fitting into confined spaces? Candidates must also have the ability to stand for 4 hours min. Will you pass background check, drug test and have valid Driver License with no DUI or Speeding tickets in pass 3 years? Hope so! May have try outs tonight!

Contact Phone:

Stephanie Handlin
(626)806-6066
Fax: (909)484-1878
E-Mail: handlinjobs@gmail.com

Additional Instructions:

We need to promote someone to Lead Tech and assign company vehicle and gas card. Must have your own reliable transportation to get to various work locations and have clean DMV report and a Valid Driver’s License.
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7. Director, Contract Operations, Industrial Programs (Oakland, CA)
Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay
1301 30th Avenue
Oakland, California 94601

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Position Title: Director, Contract Operations, Industrial Programs (Salaried Staff)
Position Location: Corporate Office, 1301 30th Avenue
Organization: Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay, Inc.
Address: 1301 30th Avenue
City, State, Zip: Oakland, California 94601 Person to Contact: Mike Goetz, VP, Industrial Programs
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Michael Goetz
Vice President, Industrial Programs
510.698.7205; 510.436.3758 (Fax)

Position Description
Directs all aspects of the agency’s service contract functions. Oversees day-to-day operations in regard to the cost, schedule and technical performance provided to Government and commercial customers. Manages all phases of new projects which require coordination with new customers, existing project managers, a national non-profit agency which promotes agency capability with Government and commercial contracting personnel. The candidate will coach contract site managers to improve operational performance, propose and resource additional services requested by the customer and develop proposals for services which expand into commercial markets. Acts as agency customer contact for project activities, reviews status of projects and budgets; manages schedules and prepares status reports indicating conformance to the Service Contract Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and the AbilityOne® program, which promotes the employment of adults with disabilities. Assesses project issues and develops resolutions to meet productivity, quality, and client satisfaction goals and objectives. Develops mechanisms for monitoring program compliance and for problem solving between project managers and customers. Must be a creative self-starter, who enjoys working with a diverse workforce, especially adults with disabilities. The position works closely with senior management in achieving performance standards related to each contract and objectives published in the Agency’s five-year strategic and business plans. This position offers a challenging business environment related to the building services field including installation maintenance, janitorial and food services while providing personal and vocational growth for adults with disabling conditions.

EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS
Must have a BS/BA (or equivalent) and minimum 10 years operational experience in the building services/maintenance industry. Certification with ISSA or IFMA considered in lieu of degree. Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to develop teaming agreements. Must be able to accommodate changing schedules and priorities in supporting a federal government contracting environment. Should be able to advise clients on how to re-scope work effort when necessary to stay within schedule or resource constraints. Proficient computer skills and ability to utilize internet technologies. Demonstrated business acumen to formulate marketing and business development concepts and meaningful strategies, which result in executable plans and successful results.
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8. SAIC Wounded Warrior Hiring Initiative
Featured Positions
December 19th - December 23rd, 2011
To express interest in any of the specific positions below, please send an e-mail with resume attachment to Bethany.a.wolf@saic.com and reference the Requisition Number in the subject line.
Position Title Location Required Experience Required Education Required Clearance Requisition Number
Entry Level
Help Desk Support Service Specialist (Intermediate) Fort Bragg, NC 2+ years of experience High School/ GED Secret 215320
Help Desk Support Service Specialist (Senior) Fort Bragg, NC 3+ years of experience High School/ GED Secret 215148
Ammunition Supply Specialist Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA 1+ years of experience Military Training Other Clearance 214642
Help Desk Specialist MAFB Gun Annx, AL 2 years of experience Bachelors degree Secret 215889

Senior Subcontracts Administrator Mclean, VA 8+ years of experience Bachelors degree None 214946
Program Analyst Alexandria, VA 4+ years of experience Bachelors degree Top Secret SCI 214990
Navy ERP Role Mapping Analyst Indian head, MD 7+ years of experience High School/ GED Secret 214949

Sr. Business Manager Washington, DC 12+ years of experience Bachelors degree Top Secret 215142

SAIC is a FORTUNE 500® scientific, engineering, and technology applications company that uses its deep domain knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in national security, energy and the environment, critical infrastructure, and health. For more information, visit www.saic.com. To learn more about SAIC’s Wounded Warrior Hiring Initiative, go to http://www.saic.com/career/military/wounded-warriors.html. SAIC: From Science to Solutions®

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9.
Counterintelligence Specialist (North Carolina/Virginia)(TS/SCI)






In addition to the remainder of the following qualifications, Send only
resumes the reflect this: Must have completed a DoD service school and
possess Badge and Credentials as a CI Special Agent (may be active or
inactive).

Resumes may be addressed to: karl.klicker.ctr@socom.mil




1.4 Scope and Qualifications: Counterintelligence Specialist

1.4.1 Scope of Services to be Performed:

1.4.2 The Contractor shall prepare, formulate, coordinate and staff a
wide variety of operational and administrative correspondence. The
Contractor shall interface and conduct effective liaison within the
Intelligence Community, as well as liaison with local law enforcement
agencies and other government organizations when directed by the
Government. The Contractor shall maintain office files, prepare
administrative reports and follow established policies and procedures.

The Contractor must be able to learn and become intimately familiar with
the organization and able to explain in detail relevant factors
regarding unit mission, activities and capabilities. The Contractor may
be called upon as an agent of the Government in accordance with the
specific appointment letter to present agency positions effectively
within the intelligence, planning and operational community.

1.4.3 The Contractor shall be responsible for staying abreast of
military, political-military, technical and other developments with
regards to signature reduction and to conduct valid threat assessments.
The Contractor shall update databases, intelligence files and other
required documents to successfully complete the mission. The Contractor
shall provide advice and assistance to develop signature reduction
concepts and procedures.

1.4.4 The Contractor shall analyze, coordinate and integrate
intelligence information to assess developments, trends and threat
implications within critical geographical and functional areas.

1.4.5 Qualifications: The minimum qualifications for the
Counterintelligence Specialist position are:

* Must possess a high school diploma; associate or bachelors degree will
be viewed favorably in lieu of experience

* Minimum total of 10 years experience in a government or industry
security related field

* Must possess at least a total of 5 years experience in
counterintelligence

* Must possess at least a total of 2 years experience in signature
reduction

* Must be a U.S Citizen

* Must possess and maintain TS/SCI security clearance

* Must possess a valid driver's license

* Must have significant experience with MS Office Suite

* Must possess previous experience performing liaison duties between
government agencies and conduction of CI analysis of programs and
operations

* Must have completed a DoD service school and possess Badge and
Credentials as a CI Special Agent (may be active or inactive)

* Strong written and verbal communication skills and an ability to learn
and proficiently utilize proprietary databases are highly desirable (not
rated).



Karl D. Klicker, EdD
Team JACOBS / Senior Strategic Analyst
Special Operations Command HQ
Inter-Agency Task Force - Fusion Division

NIPR: karl.klicker.ctr@socom.mil
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10. Security Specialist (North Carolina/Virginia)(TS/SCI)






Resumes may be addressed to: karl.klicker.ctr@socom.mil



Quals for Security Specialist:

1.4 Scope and Qualifications: Security Specialist

1.4.1 Scope of Services to be Performed:

1.4.2 The Contractor shall perform a variety of personnel security
actions involved in support to the determination of loyalty, reliability
and suitability of military, civilian and contract personnel for
services in a sensitive position. The Contractor shall be responsible
for monitoring the organization's personnel and information security
programs, to include assisting government employees/military members in
the conduct of SCI security violation investigations, access
justification management, issuing Nondisclosure Agreements (NDAs),
security indoctrination and debriefings, permanent/visit certifications,
courier requirements, and travel briefings. The Contractor shall assist
the government employee/military member in the review of results of
investigations and coordinate security requirements for individuals
affiliated with the U.S. Army as a military member or civilian employee.
The Contractor shall assist in gathering, preparing and managing data
from worldwide agencies in support of investigations, operations,
projects and DOD and other Government agency requirements.

1.4.3 The Contractor shall receive, review and process requests for
investigations, security clearances and reports of
unfavorable/derogatory information. The Contractor shall review reports
for accuracy and completeness of the information provided and shall
cross-reference the reports with existing security-related information
to ensure relevant, potential derogatory information is properly listed.
The Contractor shall perform a preliminary check of available databases
and information and shall make an initial recommendation of suitability
for assignment. The Contractor shall use judgment and knowledge of
regulations to determine appropriate courses of action and make
recommendations to the government employee/military section lead. The
Contractor shall make recommendations of appropriate actions to be taken
with regard to the individuals that have access to classified
information that have been involved in an incident/offense which is
considered derogatory in nature, according to the appropriate
regulations. The Contractor shall be responsible for handling personnel
security records with the highest degree of discretion. The Contractor
shall conduct computer and telephonic checks with various organizations
to determine current clearance and access levels, current status of
investigations and the possibility of unfavorable information. The
Contractor shall verify the status of personnel security investigations
and completes the proper paperwork to issue interim clearances. The
Contractor shall be the primary point-of-contact for completions and
submissions of the Electronic Personnel Security Questionnaire (EPSQ)
for initial and periodic SSBI investigations.

1.4.4 The Contractor shall assist in the control and management of
information controlled under the Sensitive Compartmented Information
(SCI) program and assist in the establishment and enforcement of
internal SCI security policies and procedures. The Contractor shall
assist in determining eligibility for access to SCI material. The
Contractor shall be responsible for assisting in the maintenance and
input of data into the SCI management database and security clearance
database. The Contractor shall maintain various automated databases to
track and support security information and customer requirements. The
Contractor shall review incoming/outgoing correspondence to ensure
consistency with organizational security procedures. The Contractor
shall advise on appropriate classification and handling requirement.

1.4.5 The Contractor shall perform a variety of additional duties
related to SCI and Special Access Program requirements such as the
information security program, personnel security program, physical
security program and automation security program such as conducting
in-processing briefings which include Threat Awareness reporting Program
(TARP), proper couriering of classified information briefs, security
practices briefing, security container maintenance and combination
monitoring, foreign travel briefings and regular security refresher
briefings.

1.4.6 The Contractor shall coordinate for and issue documentation
related to signature reduction to supported unit's and individuals and
maintain strict accountability of documents. The Contractor shall
resolve issues that arise regarding the use of signature reduction
mechanisms and services. The Contractor shall update databases,
intelligence files and other required documents to successfully complete
the mission. The Contractor shall provide advice and assistance to
develop signature reduction concepts, issue/cancel and transfer related
documentation as individuals in/out process.

1.4.5 Qualifications: The minimum qualifications for the Security
Specialist position are:

* Must possess a high school diploma; associate or bachelors degree will
be viewed favorably in lieu of experience

* Minimum total of 5 years experience in a government security as it
relates to the Defense Industrial Security Program and JFAN/ICD's/NISPOM
implementing instructions

* Must be a U.S Citizen

* Must possess and maintain TS/SCI security clearance

* Must possess a valid driver's license

* Must have significant experience with MS Office Suite and JPAS

* Must possess previous experience with personnel security, document,
and visitor control

* Must possess previous experience with collateral and SCI and SAP
security requirements to include operating and maintaining a collateral
facility, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, and Special
Access program Facility

* Certification from the American Society for Industrial Security as a
Security Professional and/or certification from the Defense Security
Service as a Facility Security Officer is desired and will be viewed
favorably

* Strong written and verbal communication skills and an ability to learn
and proficiently utilize proprietary databases are highly desirable (not
rated).



Karl D. Klicker, EdD
Team JACOBS / Senior Strategic Analyst
Special Operations Command HQ
Inter-Agency Task Force - Fusion Division
NIPR: karl.klicker.ctr@socom.mil

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11. M1A1 Abrams Tank Field Service Representative (FSR) – Egypt
Orion Technology is seeking highly trained and dedicated individuals with significant technical, maintenance, and operational expertise to enhance the Egyptian Land Forces (ELF) Soldier’s requisite skills and knowledge regarding M1A1 Abrams tank and associated equipment. Field Service Representatives will furnish troubleshooting, diagnostics, adjustments, replacements, and preservation and repair and maintenance advice and training related to all systems in M1A1 tanks to the Government of Egypt

Period of Performance: If awarded, base one-year with four-option years
Requisite Skills:
• M1A1 Master Gunner preferred
• Will possess the experience and knowledge to assess fleet and individual tank hull and turret readiness by examination of the follow key elements:
o Management
o Maintenance
o Organization and Operation
o Fielding
o Technical Manuals
o Personnel
o Training
o Support Equipment
o Packaging, Handling, and Storage
o Transportation
o Facilities
• Individual will be required to possess the necessary skills to effectively trouble shoot and conduct fault isolation of tanks components and systems to include:
o Providing corrective action to the ELF for minor vehicle and system repairs
o Tech Manual Interpretation for troops
o Observing ELF DS and Other Maintenance Level practices and recommending areas for improvement
o Interpreting engineering drawings or other technical documentation for ELF workers
o Documenting Component and System Failure Trends
o Providing suggestions relative to storage and preservation of vehicles
o Explaining use of various TMDE and Special Tools and Test Equipment
o Observe and document tank operational readiness throughout the fleet, to include classification of tanks as Fully Mission Capable or Non-Mission Capable
o Distinguish Hull problems and readiness from Turret problems and readiness, and keep an on-going as well as historical record of the two categories for future reference
o Monitor field activities to ensure ELF is acting in accordance with the Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP)
o Identify and report safety issues
o Participate in tank de-processing and initial operator training
o Provide ELF with Gunnery related technical expertise during acceptance live fire screening
o Familiarize troops with MWO changes and mod kit integration
o Monitor cyclic inspection and surveillance testing, field repairs and report fielding and maintenance practices that may have a detrimental effect on equipment readiness.
o Identify systemic non-conformances and failure issues
o Awareness of Technical Bulletins (TBs), Safety of Use Messages (SOUM), Maintenance Advisory Messages (MAM) and Preventative Maintenance Checks & Services (PMCS)
o Provide technical support to the ELF in implementing the MWOs or CMODs including fielding of software drops and perform downloading tasks with software.
o FSR shall provide technical and maintenance support to the ELF during live fire acceptance and Technical Inspections (TI) on Abrams Egyptian M1A1 tanks at Egyptian Tank Plant (ETP), and Ranges. Support shall include assistance with prepare to fire checks and investigation of tank screening failures on the firing range in accordance with Technical Manuals TM9-E2350-Supplement for Egypt, TM9-2350-264-10-1, TM9-2350-264-10-2, TM9-2350-264-20-1-1 thru 5
• Must be willing to work effectively in a team-oriented structure to include in field, office, and shop environments both on and off military installations
• Must be able to physically qualify for overseas deployment in accordance with US Army and Orion standards and policy
• Prior military service in tracked vehicle maintenance is required (MOS 91A, 45N, 63A)
• Must have a minimum of 3 years of Abrams M1A1 maintenance experience
• Must have experience in Field Service Support of M1A1 Abrams
• Strong M1A1 technical knowledge required
• Must possess the necessary social skills to effectively accomplish required tasks in a mid-east foreign military work environment. Individual must be sensitive, knowledgeable, and supportive of local Egyptian custom, religious observances and traditions
Pls. email all resumes and inquiries to:
Ashley Bagwell
abagwell@orionhsv.com
HR Manager
Orion Technology, Inc.
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Civil Information Manager _ Afghanistan







IMMEDIATE FILL POSITION --- Must be able to deploy on January 7, 2012.

Please forward your updated resume to jwpatmon@jaxconsultingllc.com


Battalion / PRT Level Civil Information Manager

FLSA STATUS: Exempt
LOCATION: Bagram, Afghanistan
CLEARANCE: Active SECRET
CITIZENSHIP: U.S. Citizen / Passport Required

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Under supervision, the purpose of this position is provide information management support to manage Civil Information Management team in support of the Combined Joint Task Forces’ (CJTF’s) civil military operations (CMO) and activities at Bagram Air Field and other Forward Operating Bases (FOBs). Employees in this position will be responsible for the day-to-day management of administering CJTF CIM Policy.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the task performed. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.
Prepare and conduct briefings.
Attend and participate in working groups and conferences with U.S. and Afghan Government Officials.
Manage workflows of data management processes of units subordinate to the CJTF and Regional Command East.
Track and update all applicable Civil Information Management database and Geospatial Information systems.
Conduct data entry, data maintenance and information dissemination for Regional Command East.
Identify procedural shortcoming that impact the quality of civil information available to the CJTF and the U.S. Government and recommend changes.
Liaison with the interagency, GIRoA and international community to integrate those agencies information pertaining to CMO with civil information collected by the assigned unit.
Create data queries and maps using ArcGis in order to provide overlays of civil information including infrastructure, projects, engagements, and personalities for comparison with military operational information, intelligence and information derived from the interagency and international community and inspects all civil information products produced for dissemination by command to ensure accuracy of data.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Not applicable

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or GED; supplemented by college-level course work or vocational /specialize training with a minimum of three years experience in Information Technology, Information Management, or Geographic Information Systems. Candidate must possess a minimum of six (6) years of directly related work experience with the U.S. military. Army or Marine Corps combat or combat support MOS desired. A college degree (4 year or higher) in Information Technology, Information Management, or related field strongly preferred.
Prior deployment to Afghanistan or Iraq (U.S. military or contractor) required
Must be familiar with operational concepts for Stability, Security, Transition and Reconstruction operations.
Experience with Civil Affairs or Provincial Reconstruction Team.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have proficient use in the following: Microsoft Outlook, contact management systems; Microsoft Access, SQL (operational and technical knowledge), ESRI ArcGIS (operational experience) database software; Google Earth internet software; Microsoft Project, project management software; Microsoft Excel, spreadsheet software and Microsoft Word, word Processing software.
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13. High Caliber Linguists Needed for USG Intel Community: Multiple Languages $85~125K, CONUS-OCONUS





Thanks for posting

Position: Top Qualified Linguists
Background:
There is an ongoing requirement to support a US Government intelligence community customer to provide high end interpretation and translation services in core areas that include interpretation, transcription, translation, collection, content management, editing, language training, monitoring, quality control, and scanning.
Job Summary:
All linguist candidates, including those being submitted for any CONUS position, MUST be willing to support short term CONUS and OCONUS travel, which includes travel to a warzone. Short term travel duration ranges from 4 to 30 days.
All linguist candidates MUST possess basic keyboarding skills and MUST be proficient in Microsoft Word.
All linguist candidates, prior to traveling OCONUS, MUST have a valid medical exam within the past 12 months indicating they are fit for overseas work and travel.
All linguist candidates MUST be available to start work no later than 90 days upon security approval for the program.
Standard CONUS work hours consist of 40 hours per week. Linguists could be asked to work evenings, weekends, and on holidays if the mission dictates. Linguists will be paid straight time for any additional hours worked.
Standard OCONUS work hours consist of working a maximum of 77 hours per week. Linguists could be asked to work evenings, weekends, and on holidays if the mission dictates. Linguists will be paid straight time for any additional hours worked. Up to 25% hazardous duty and up to 25% Danger pay may be provided to linguists depending on the location they are deployed (ie., Iraq and Afghanistan).
Warzone candidates MUST be willing to commit to a minimum 12 month assignment before they will be considered.
Candidates MUST be able to read, comprehend, and translate a major newspaper to include editorials.
For those candidates accepted for a Warzone assignment, they can expect a 60 day security screening process, after passing the customer language test, prior to becoming a full time employee.
Only exceptional candidates with solid linguistic experience supporting US Government language services programs will be accepted. All other candidates must have a current TS with SCI eligibility.
requires dedicated, highly skilled individuals in the following languages:
• Arabic(any dialect, Iraqi preferred)
• Arabic(any dialect, Iraqi preferred)
• Arabic(any dialect)
• Arabic (Sudanese Dialect)
• Chinese
• Dari
• Dari and Pashto
• Korean
• Kurdish
• Pashto
• Persian
• Persian + any other language (not Dari)
• Persian
• Persian + any other language (not Dari)
• Persian
• Russian
• Russian
• Somali
Primary Linguist – Performs full range of activities in processing material or participating in situations requiring a general professional capability; 3 to 3+ for translation and interpretation on the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) scale. Operational Experience: none to limited
Senior Linguist - Performs full range of activities in processing material or participating in situations requiring advanced professional capability; 4 to 4+ for translation and interpretation on the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) scale.
Operational Experience: minimum 3 years
Expert Linguist - Performs full range of activities in processing material or participating in situations requiring superior professional capability; 5 for translation and interpretation on the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) scale.
Operational Experience: minimum 5 years
Linguist Specialist - Performs functions that enhance core linguistic functions of translation, interpretation, and transcription that encompass all other language proficiently levels outlined above.
Operational Experience: none to 5+ years
Job Duties:
Some or all of the following will be required of prospective candidates:
- Translation of spoken language, requiring skills in listening, comprehension and speaking of both source and target language.
- Production a written version usually of dictated or recorded material. Activity may either be a rendering of the material in the source language or translation of the material into a target language.
- Faithfully and idiomatically rendering the meaning of a text form the source language of the document into a target language.
- Blogging – maintain content or add material to a blog, drawing based on linguistic or cultural expertise
- Collecting information that is gathered form published, online, and broadcast media
- Managing content by selecting, editing and posting online reviewed and revised products
- Editing products by reviewing and revising for correctness of written expression
- Provide foreign language training or aspects of a foreign language such as specialized vocabulary and concepts
- Monitoring published, online, and broadcast media
- Provide quality control services where products are reviewed and revised for both accuracy and completeness
- Summarize/gist text or recorded material
- Collect, vet, and share word or phrase translations with context-specific meanings
- Writing reports and analyzing reports to highlight trends, patterns, and relationships
Skills and Qualifications:
Language services experience varies (0 to 10 years) dependent upon target language abilities and document language skill level (outlined above).
Starting base salary is dependent upon successful outcome of language testing.
Previous U.S. college level (ie. guest speaker, guest lecturer, professor, etc.) highly desired
Education and Certifications:
Baccalaureate degree or above highly desired
Clearances:
All candidates must be U.S. citizens
TS and above is highly desired
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14. Medical Service Officers/NCOs – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Vinnell Arabia ( www.vinnellarabia.net ), a Northrop Grumman joint venture in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has positions open for immediate
employment. These positions are one year contracts, renewable and the skill sets are as follows:

Medical Service Officers CPT – LTC
Prefer skill sets in Medical Logistics, Operations, Training, Doctrine Development

Medical Non Commissioned Officers SFC – SGM
Prefer skill sets in Medical Logistics, Operations, Training, Doctrine Development

All parties that have the above qualifications, please forward your resume, ORB/ERB and/or supporting documents, DD 214 and availability date to jim.bonynge@ngc.com for further consideration.

Best regards,
Jim Bonynge
Senior Employment Representative
Northrop Grumman Technical Services
Fax 703-713-4845
jim.bonynge@ngc.com
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All interested candidates send resumes to Keosha.sanders@americansystems.com

15. AMERICAN SYSTEMS Corporation will be requiring after hours, weekend and Federal Holiday security guard service. The Building 6 site is approximately 12,589 square feet, located in Lorton Virginia.
Duties:
Guard shall safeguard and protect classified material; guard and control access to the building and protect personnel and property; operate and monitor internal alarm and CCTV systems; maintain and submit a daily activities report in a format to be determined; conduct periodic walk-through inspections at a frequency to be determined (not to exceed one per hour); perform on-the-spot corrective actions necessary to counter safety hazards or life threatening situations; and perform additional duties as directed in written instructions from the Lorton Facility Security Officer (FSO) for AMERICAN SYSTEMS.
• Weekdays: 0000-0830 and 1630-2400
• Weekends and Holidays and days Federal Government is closed : 0000-2400
• Weekday daytime coverage would be provided by administrative staff on customer support contract.
• Guards will rotate shifts to provide coverage for nominal 40 hour work week.
• Guards will provide physical access security during operating hours for cleared visitors in accordance with Lorton FSO established procedures.
The Lorton FSO will be provide orientation and training of guards prior to his/her first assignment to AMERICAN SYSTEMS. Guards will maintain a professional appearance (FSO proscribed dress: AMSYS shirt with khaki/dark color non-dungaree long pants in good condition; polished shoes);
Physically fit to perform duties (no medical problems that will hinder performance of duties); and contraband (radios, televisions, tape recorders, computers, and other such items will be confiscated immediately).

Physical Demands:

Able to remain alert through complete duty day. Security Guards will be required to remain inside building at all times during work shift.


The guard shall be a United States citizen and have at minimum a high school education, or a Commonwealth of Virginia recognized equivalent. The guard shall possess and maintain a TOP SECRET clearance. The guard shall read, write and speak fluent English. The guard shall be in good health and physically capable of performing all required duties. All guards assigned will need to sign a non-disclosure agreement.




Keosha Sanders
Senior Intel Recruiter
Keosha.Sanders@AmericanSystems.com
14151 Park Meadow Drive, Suite 500 Chantilly, VA 20151
www.AmericanSystems.com P: (703) 968-5211


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16. Client's Title: Senior Security Engineer (Annapolis Junction, MD)
Working Hours: Day, 8AM 5PM, Some on call
Years of Experience Required: 7-10 years
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Education: A Bachelor s degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or other related scientific or technical discipline Education can be substituted for 11 years of experience
• CISSP certification 7+ years experience as a Security Engineer supporting software architecture development environments
• Expert on security directives, policies, publications and regulations Strong experience in creating System Security Plans
• Strong experience in IT security certifications CIPP, CompTIA Security, CPP, PSP and alarm/badge system Possess clear understanding of security protocols and standards and have experience with software and security architectures.
• Understand how to design and implement security tests in accordance with stated criteria Experience with security practices of Intranet and Extranet; packet analyzers
• Experience with Linux/UNIX/AIX and Windows servers 2003 2008 Expert understanding of protocols, such as, SSL/TLS, CIFS, HTTP/S, DHCP, SMTP, LDAP/S and DNS Experience in networking concepts and services, such as, VPNs, IPSec, PKI and TCP/IP
• Expertise with the accreditation process in support of such programs as DIACAP
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Active Secret Clearance 7 to 10 years of experience in IT security field Able to work independently or within a team Ability to work with minimal direction on a variety, sometime ambiguous, requirements Strong communication skills, both oral and written Organized, responsive and highly thorough problem solver Familiar with security controls of Federal Information Systems
POSITION DESCRIPTION:
• Provide subject matter expertise and capability to consult/troubleshoot security related matters for enterprise information system and network architectures, access problems and implementation of security policies and procedures.
• Ensures security access and protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction.
• Demonstrate a familiarity with a variety of security concepts, practices, and procedures.
• Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
• Perform a variety of tasks and work under general supervision.
• May lead and direct the work of others.
• A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
• The Information Technology IT Security Engineer reports to the Project Manager.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Apply solid knowledge of information security principles and practices.
• Manage and maintain the security integrity of all IT systems and network architectures.
• Ensure systems are operated, maintained, and disposed of in accordance with internal security policies and practices outlined in the security plan .
• Ensure all users have the requisite security clearances, authorization, and are aware of their security responsibilities before granting access systems.
• Other facets of the IT Security Engineer responsibilities include the following:
o Provide daily, ongoing security oversight of assigned systems as to the security impact of proposed modifications, additions, and technology refresh evolutions.
o Advise users of the security features and procedures used in their ISs
o Evaluate and develop approach to solutions while proactively assess items of risk and opportunities of vulnerability in the network.
o Provide vulnerability remediation and mitigation recommendations.
o Work directly with internal IT staff and customer to establish and enforce IT security best practices, protection objectives, process improvements and effective IT security controls.
o Perform system vulnerability scanning using approved software tools.
o Assist with the software installation, monitoring, troubleshooting, account management, a
Send Resume: graylad@kellyservices.com




Larry D. Gray
Kelly Government Solutions
Senior Technical Recruiter
Office Phone: (301) 588-9720 ext 209
Cell Phone: (443) 851-6518
Fax: (301) 588-9733
www.kellygovernmentsolutions.com
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17. We are seeking an Information Technology (IT) Portal Developer to work with our team of experts at Fort Meade, Maryland.

Duties include:

Develops web page infrastructure and port-let applications utilizing advanced graphics and technologies in support of the Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) Knowledge Management Program. Design, develop and maintain portal and portlet applications utilizing web services works directly with customers and team members to determine project scope and specifications complete system testing and acceptance testing deploy new software releases and maintain software assist in troubleshooting and resolving problems. Establish and maintain full information management flow processes. Provide training to personnel on all information management solutions. Develop solutions to complex issues within a required time frame, which is usually 72 hours.

Monitor the operation/performance of database/portal systems. Analyze problems and take action or recommend solutions that will assure continuity of operations to the maximum extent.
Experience and Education:

At a minimum the IT Specialist should have sufficient relevant industry certifications and experience with either the U.S. military or other federal government agency(ies) that demonstrate the ability to meet the duties described above, and should have the following qualifications:

- Possess a working knowledge of SharePoint 2010.

- Possess a working knowledge of Windows Workflow Foundation.

-Should possess A+ and at least MCAD

-Proficient in VB.NET, C#.NET, JSP & ASP.NET

-Proficient in the administration of MS SQL Server 2005.

-Should be able to draft associated technical documentation for reference and maintenance purposes of various information processing systems.

-Should be able to modify existing information processing systems using application and operating system software and appropriate computer language commands or files.

-Should be familiar with Web Portal development, implementation and modification.

-Should be able to conduct quality assurance of Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) operations and equipment.

-Should be knowledgeable of, and able to, ensure compliance with applicable DoD directives governing Signal Security (SIGSEC), Operational Security (OPSEC), and Communications Security (COMSEC), and physical security of all information technology equipment, networks, systems, and processes.

-Should be able to perform Information Assurance (IA) procedures to include data backup and recovery procedures.

- Individual must possess a current Secret or Top Secret clearance with the ability to obtain a TS/SCI security clearance.

Telum Protection Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Telum benefits package include health insurance, life insurance and 401K.
Send Cover letter and Resume to info@telumcorp.com and state "IT Portal Developer" on the Subject line.

Thanks,
Al


Alfredo R. QuirĂ³s
President & CEO
Telum Protection Corp.
910.690.2914 (cell)
910.692.2998 (office)
aquiros@telumcorp.com
www.telumcorp.com
An SBA certified 8(a), SDB, & SDVOSB
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18. Job Title: Sr. Data Base Architect (Ft. Bragg, NC)

Division: Software Development


All candidates must be a US citizen and possess a US DOD Secret level security clearance.

Responsibilities:
• Write, review and recommend enhancements to PL-SQL code.
• Utilize specialized knowledge of Oracle and PL-SQL development to enhance functionality, supportability, scalability and/or extensibility of customer solutions.
• Define PL-SQL best practices to increase performance, productivity and quality.
• Research, analyze and recommend PL-SQL software solutions for client needs.
• Research, analyze, model and develop complex database architectures.
• Apply advanced PL-SQL programming and system design principals using TechFlow development and implementation methodology, in support of client projects.
• Mentor other application developers through team leadership roles as well as training efforts.
• Assist in setting client expectations and delivering according to established timelines.
• Develop accurate time estimates for activities and meet deadlines.
• Attend group meetings and actively share ideas and discuss identified challenges.
• Demonstrate ability to lead, advise, influence and guide client consulting engagements.

EDUCATION
Bachelors in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, or related scientific or technical discipline

If you're interested please email a word version of your resume along with:

Availability:
Salary Requirement:
Clearance Level:



Please send resume to: Recruiter@AvantiPlacements.com


Deborah Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
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Dear K-Bar,
19. I am hoping you can help me spread the word about our upcoming Veteran Opportunity Expo in Las Vegas, NV. RecruitMilitary is producing this Expo in cooperation with the American Legion to benefit veterans, transitioning military personnel, members of the Guard and Reserve, and military family members.

Veteran-friendly employers, franchisors, and educational institutions will be in attendance offering a variety of opportunities.
Its not often that you get an exclusive opportunity to meet face-to-face with veteran-friendly recruiters and to network with other veterans about career opportunities.


EVENT DETAILS:
Thursday, January 26, 2012 • 11 AM – 3 PM
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
7000 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, NV 89115


I invite you to download the poster for this free event. You can print, post, and/or forward it to anyone who may benefit:
https://events.recruitmilitary.com/uploads/event/attendee_poster/468/LAS_VEGAS_Printable_Flyer.pdf

Or you can direct anyone who would like to register for the event to our candidate information page:
https://events.recruitmilitary.com/events/las-vegas-opportunity-expo-january-26-2012

Thank you for all you do for our country, our military personnel, and their families. If you have any questions about this event or RecruitMilitary, please let me know.
With best regards,

Anthony Carney, U.S. Army Veteran
Military Marketing Specialist
Direct Line (513) 677-7088
anthony.carney@recruitmilitary.com
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Dear K-Bar,
20. I am hoping you can help me spread the word about our upcoming Veteran Opportunity Expo in Nashville, TN. RecruitMilitary is producing this Expo in cooperation with the American Legion to benefit veterans, transitioning military personnel, members of the Guard and Reserve, and military family members. This event is proudly sponsored by HCA Healthcare.

Veteran-friendly employers, franchisors, and educational institutions will be in attendance offering a variety of opportunities.
Its not often that you get an exclusive opportunity to meet face-to-face with veteran-friendly recruiters and to network with other veterans about career opportunities.


EVENT DETAILS:
Thursday, January 26, 2012 • 11 AM – 3 PM
LP Field
One Titans Way Nashville, TN 37213

I invite you to download the poster for this free event. You can print, post, and/or forward it to anyone who may benefit:
https://events.recruitmilitary.com/uploads/event/attendee_poster/406/1-26-12_Nashville_Printable_Flyer_lo-res.pdf

Or you can direct anyone who would like to register for the event to our candidate information page:
https://events.recruitmilitary.com/events/nashville-opportunity-expo-january-26-2012

Thank you for all you do for our country, our military personnel, and their families. If you have any questions about this event or RecruitMilitary, please let me know.
With best regards,

Anthony Carney, U.S. Army Veteran
Military Marketing Specialist
Direct Line (513) 677-7088
anthony.carney@recruitmilitary.com

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21. 3rd SFG Antiterrorism/Physical Security (AT/PS) Program Manager (Fort Bragg, NC)
Clearance: TS/SCI
Danny Powers
DanRayPow@nc.rr.com

Job Functions/Responsibilities: The Antiterrorism/Physical Security (AT/PS) Program Manager serves as the assistant to the 3rd SFG AT/PS Officer. He is responsible for the coordination between the USASFC(A) ATO and Physical Security Officers (PSO) and the 3rd SFG AT/PS officer on all matters pertaining to the protection of the 3rd SFG units. The ATPS officer assists in the development, coordination and implementation of the Group AT/PS program, policies and standards. He assists in the development of AT/PS related budgets and Readiness Initiative Fund requests. Prepares responses for the 3rd SFG AT/PS Officer to USASFC(A). Provides oversight for the development and implementation of subordinate unit AT/PS programs. Develops and maintains Threat databases to assist 3rd SFG units in force protection planning.

Qualifications (Experience, Education):

Possess experience conducting antiterrorism and physical security program management and training. Have successfully completed the TRADOC approved Antiterrorism Level II Program Manager Course and the Physical Security Officer Course at Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

Have working knowledge of Special Forces tactics, techniques and procedures which will prepare the contract employee to assess training and equipment needs and develop recommendations to the SFG ATO & PSO. Knowledge gained through operational experience in a Special Forces unit is highly desirable.

Have served as an Antiterrorism/Physical Security Officer to an Army unit of Battalion size or larger in the last five years.
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Excepted Appointment Announcement
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

22. Position Title, Series, and Grade: Finance Manager, GS-0505-13
Salary Range: $87,815.00 - $114,158.00
Job Location: Lakewood, Colorado
Citizenship: U.S. Citizenship is Required
Number of Positions: 1

OPEN PERIOD: December 27, 2011 through close of business January 9, 2012

Government Travel Card Requirement: You must be able to obtain and retain a Government contractor-issued travel card to be used for official business as a condition of employment. If unable to obtain and/or retain a card, you may be subject to removal. Those who fail to meet this condition of employment will have our offer of employment rescinded.

WHO MAY APPLY: Applications are being accepted from qualified individuals who are eligible under one of more of the following special hiring authorities:
- Schedule A, 213.3102 (u) for persons having a disability; or
- Individuals eligible under the Veterans’ Recruitment Appointment authority (See the VetGuide at http://www.fedshirevets.gov/hire/hrp/vetguide/index.aspx for details); or
- 30% or more disabled veterans.

Background: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The FHWA is charged with broad responsibility of ensuring that America’s roads and highways continue to be the safest and most technologically up-to-date.

Overview:
The employee serves as the Financial Manager, under the Administrative Program Coordinator/Executive Officer, for the Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in Lakewood, Colorado. The CFLHD is responsible for the program administration of the Federal Lands Highway Program (FLHP) and the design and construction of transportation system projects on Federally-owned lands in 14 States covering the central, western, and southwestern United States.

This position is ideal for an individual who has a strong financial and accounting background as well as good organizational and team leadership skills. The individual should possess strong communication skills to provide both oral and written guidance to employees and management as well as the ability to negotiate and obtain consensus.

Primary Duties:
The Finance Manager:

• Provides financial and accounting information and data to program engineers.
• Provides financial management advice to the Division Engineer, Directors, Branch Chiefs, and CFLHD as a whole.
• Functions in a comptroller capacity, as the authoritative source of information concerning operational cost data and proactively working with managers across CFLHD to monitor, analyze, and control costs, balanced with sound financial management principles and practices.
• Plans and directs financial and accounting activities that support and advance CFLHD's cross-disciplinary matrix organization of program and project management controls.
• Develops financial and accounting procedures for implementation of financial accounting operations, and develops instructions for the processing of financial documents.
• Develops, establishes, implements and monitors CFLHD-wide, FLH-wide, and other FHWA operating systems, controls, schedules and standard operating procedures.

Qualifications:
Specialized experience must be experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the primary duties mentioned above, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. To qualify at the GS-13 level based on experience, you must have at least one full year of specialized experience with:

• Experience in all phases of financial management, including the development of methods for capturing financial and cost data which reflects the cost of operations and ensures equitable distribution of costs to partner agencies.
• Experience developing financial and accounting procedures for implementation of financial and accounting operations and developing work instructions for processing financial documents.
• Experience communicating in a diverse environment to provide financial advice and resolutions to management.

Additional information regarding qualifications can be found at http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/index.asp.

Reasonable Accommodations:
The DOT provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodations for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify Alycia Bresina, Human Resources Specialist, at alycia.bresina@dot.gov or at (720) 963-3061. Reasonable accommodation decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.

Equal Opportunity Employer:
All eligible and qualified candidates will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or other non-merit factors.

Required Documents to Apply:

-Resume
-College transcript, if applicable to qualifications. (Unofficial copy is acceptable.)

AND EITHER

- If applying under the Schedule A, 213.3102(u), the special hiring authority for individuals with a disability, applications must be accompanied by a current Schedule A letter from a vocational rehabilitation counselor, licensed medical practitioner, or representative from an agency that issues disability benefits. Visit http://www.drc.dot.gov/employment.htm for guidance and other helpful information.

OR
-Those applying for the Veterans’ Recruitment Appointment (VRA) authority or the 30% disabled Veterans’ hiring authorities must provide veterans’ preference documents to support your claim. These may include the DD214 showing dates and character of service (member copy 4), a VA letter, if claiming a 10% or more compensable service-connected disability, and/or a completed and signed SF-15 (claim for 10-point veterans’ preference) showing type of preference claimed, and supporting documentation as specified on this form. For information on veterans’ preference and veterans’ hiring authorities, visit: http://www.fedshirevets.gov/hire/hrp/vetguide/index.aspx

How to Apply:
Please forward your application materials by close of business: January 9, 2011, to Alycia Bresina, Human Resources Specialist at alycia.bresina@dot.gov or by fax to (720) 963-3041. In the subject/attn: line, please be sure to include the title, series and grade of the position. In addition, please state how you heard about this vacancy.


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23. Part Time Teller, FIRST MIDWEST BANK (North Chicago, IL)



Will average 20-25 hours per week


Job Description:
Receives checks & cash for deposit to savings & checking accounts, verifies deposit amounts, examines checks for endorsement & negotiability, & enters transactions into bank records through PC based on-line teller terminal.
Participate actively in the Banks’ sales program to identify customer needs, provide accurate information, explain services and refer customers.
Meet Teller Standards including balancing daily with minimal differences according to Bank Teller Policy and Procedures.


Skills Required:
Cash Handling & Sales experience helpful.
Ability to lift up to 20 pounds
Excellent math skills

Salary: $10.00 per Hour, More with experience.


Hours: 10:00-2:00 or 3:00 Mon-Fri with some flexibility; 8:30-12:30 Saturday. Will average 20-25 hours each week.



Contact: Apply online at: http://www.firstmidwest.com/workforus.aspx; For more information call Joanne Eppers, 815-344-7241

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24. ORQID Consulting and Associates Opportunities, Navy Trainers:

A. Navy Trainer II (PM Support)

Interested candidates should have a recent in-depth shipboard experience in
a leadership role in the Engineering Department, engineering Officer of the
Watch Qualified (any platform), must have thorough knowledge of the Navy
Personnel Evaluation system to include NAVFIT98A, working knowledge of
ATGPAC's application suite TORIS, thorough understanding of certification
process in the Surface Force Training Manual (SFTM) for 3M, FSOM, MOB-E and
MOB-D.

Additional areas of interest; working knowledge of Navy training and
administration programs FLTMPS and NTMPS, experience writing and presenting
briefs to senior leadership, experience in Navy Engineering management
programs.

Required: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and possesses
excellent communication skills. Must have an active Secret Clearance or
higher.

B. Navy Trainer II (Afloat Programs)

Interested candidates should have a Bachelor's Degree or higher in any
discipline, recent in-depth experience in Afloat Naval Training programs,
thorough experience in the operation and conduct of Afloat Training,
thorough experience in Afloat Training Team Operations, recent experience in
Afloat Training and Warfare Area certification process, ability to conduct
workshops and conduct meetings that identify and prioritize process
improvement opportunities in relation to Unit-Level Training, experience
with tracking and managing certification and training schedules for Naval
Surface Forces Units or like systems. Additionally, must have Naval
Shipboard experience, thorough understanding of the Surface Forces Training
Manual, experience writing and presenting Flag Level briefs to senior
leadership.

Required: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and possesses
excellent communication skills. Must have an active Secret Clearance or
higher.

C. Navy Trainer II (AFTP, SAR & VBSS)

Interested candidates should have a Bachelor's Degree or higher in any
discipline, ability to conduct workshops and meetings that identify and
prioritize process improvement opportunities. Thorough knowledge of the
Navigation, ATFP, Seamanship, VBSS and SAR certification processes. Thorough
knowledge of the Surface Force Training Manual and applicable Navy Ship
Technical Manuals. Experience with tracking and managing certification and
training schedules for Naval Surface Forces Units. Working knowledge of Navy
Training and administration programs FLTMPS and NTMPS. Must have thorough
knowledge of the Navy Personnel Evaluation system to include NAVFIT98A.
Experience leading a team that evaluates and certifies Navy ships.
Experience writing and presenting briefs to senior leadership.

Required: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and possesses
excellent communication skills. Must have an active Secret Clearance or
higher.

Please send resume to ORQID Consulting HR Dept with the job title in the
subject line to Ms. Thao Mai, (619) 865-8226, HR@orqirconsulting.com.

POC: Thao Mai, (619) 865-8226, thao.mai@ordqidconsulting.com
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25. Title: Estimator (Santa Rosa, Cotati CA)
Type: Full Time
Start Date: Immediately after hire.
Salary: $60,000 & 65,000 after probation
Education: Bachelors
Job Reference: Estimator

Description:

1. Analyze bid documents to determine level of completion and to discover
omissions and conflicts.
2. Do quantity Take-offs from paper or digital plans utilizing in-house
estimating software.
3. Prepare material lists for pricing. Receive and analyze priced lists.
4. Estimate costs of machinery, tools, bonding, insurance, expendables, and
incidentals.
5. Construct a "totals sheet" which contains all costs and which produces a
contract baseline price.
6. Write a comprehensive proposal presenting prices, inclusions, exclusions,
clarifications of scope and ambiguities, insurance limits, Shoreline
Builders policies, anticipated schedule, and a accurate listing of bid
documents used.
7. Analze post bid changes and produce price increases or credits.
8. Prepare accurate and categorized material build lists for the purchase
and shipment of materials.

Additional Requirements:

1. A formal education in engineering may be substitutable for experience.
2. Must be able to read commercial building plans.
3. Must be familiar with and have experience in the trade of commercial
structural framing.
4. Must have a complete grasp of the English language and be able to write
comprehensive proposals in correct English.
5. Must have sufficient computer skills to use the common spreadsheet and
word processing programs with facility.
6. Should live within a reasoneable commuting distance of Cotati or Santa
Rosa.

Notes: A four month probationary period is a condition for hiring.

Contact Information

Richard Bedell
651 Portal Street, Suite 3
Cotati, California 94931
Ph: 707 665 9490
FAX: 707 665 9454
Email: yuribachi@aol.com
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26. Construction Personnel-Bay Area, CA

Project Managers and Superintendents
Type: Full Time
Education: No Preference

Description:

Large West Coast General Contractor seeks qualified Project Managers and
Superintendents with min. 10 years experience and Project Engineers with at
least 3-5 years experience in multi-family projects in the Bay Area. Ideal
candidates will possess excellent communication and organizational skills.
Working knowledge of Primavera, Contract Manager, Microsoft Word, Excel,
Outlook, CGC a plus. Excellent growth potential & benefits. An EEO Employer

Contact Information

Melonie Jones, PHR
7745 Greenback Lane, Suite 250
Citrus Heights, California
Ph: 916-969-0900
FAX: 866.608.2499
Email: melonie.jones@deacon.com

Please identify this company and job title on your coversheet or get our
prepared efax coversheet for this job.
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27. Information Technology Analysts (FL, NC, VA, CA)

V1 Analytical Solutions - Information Technology Analysts at USSOCOM
Information Technology Analysts at USSOCOM Sites across the U.S (Florida,
North Carolina, Virginia and California) V1 Analytical is seeking candidates
for a range of Information Technology positions at U.S Special Operations
Command (USSOCOM). Positions include system engineers, software developers,
web portal / Sharepoint designers, database managers and help desk support.
Strongest candidates will have demonstrated IT experience, experience with
U.S. Special Operations Forces and a Top Secret Security clearance.
If you meet these requirements, please send your resume, with the job title
in the subject line.
Lucy Jensen
lucy@military-civilian.com
(310) 455-2002 Office
P.O. Box 883
Topanga Canyon, CA 90290
www.military-civilian.com
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28. Family Readiness Officer (FRO) position with MALS 39 MCAS Camp Pendleton CA.
92055

POSITION: FAMILY READINESS OFFICER (FRO) UNDER FLSA Announcement No: 243-11
NF-0301-04, $ 44,000-$ 49,000 PER ANNUM EXEMPT Regular Full Time (35 to 40
hours a week) Tour of duty may change based upon work requirements

LOCATION: MALS-39 MAG-39 3D MAW OPENING DATE: 21 DEC 2011

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: ALL SOURCES CLOSING DATE: 05 JAN 2012

FILING INSTRUCTIONS: Applications will be accepted from all interested
applicants. All applications and resumes will be retained in the MCCS Human
Resources Office and will not be returned. Applications must be received in
MCCS Human Resources Office by posted closing date.

WHAT TO FILE: A resume along with a summary sheet.

WHERE TO FILE: MCCS Human Resources Office, Bldg 15100. FAX to (760)
725-4099 or mail to: MCCS Human Resources Division, Box 555020, Marine Corps
Base, Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5020. Applications or Resumes may be sent to
Pendleton.vacancies@usmc-mccs.org
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RESUME OF DUTIES:
Reports to the unit commander. Serves as the primary representative to
provide command family readiness outreach, support and assistance to the
unit's military personnel and their families at the Lieutenant Colonel
command level. Exercises sound judgment and initiative in carrying out
responsibilities. Interprets and adapts guidance and material to resolve
complex situations as they arise. Works with wide latitude for independent
action and ensures overall program effectiveness, soundness of
recommendations and effective use of resources. Represents the unit
commander at internal and external meetings or forums to address and resolve
family readiness issues and functions. Provides command outreach, support
and assistance to the unit's military personnel and their families and
assists Marines in their responsibility to attain and maintain personal and
family readiness. Serves as part of the unit commander's Family Readiness
Command Team, which guides the unit's efforts in assisting Marines in
attaining personal and family readiness. The unit commander establishes the
priorities and direction of the Unit Family Readiness Program and the FRO is
the primary staff member responsible for carrying out the commander's vision
and intent. Implements the Unit Family Readiness Program in its mission to
support individual Marines in attaining family readiness. Support to
families shall encompass Marines, spouses, children, and designated
parents/extended family members of Marines. Conducts proactive outreach,
rapport development and multi-faceted communication efforts to facilitate
meaningful two-way communication between the command and its Marines and
families. Assures the unit conforms to applicable guidance and regulations
in the execution of the Unit Family Readiness Program and remains ready to
successfully undergo the scrutiny of higher-headquarters assessments.
Supervises Deputy FROs and family readiness volunteers to include: assigning
and distributing work, providing guidance to get work started, setting work
pace, demonstrating work methods, ensuring worksite materials and tools are
available to complete work, reporting workplace injuries immediately to the
immediate or higher level supervisor, and to the Human Resources office;
following up and inspecting completed work, meeting productivity goals,
ensuring employees follow security, safety and housekeeping rules,
conducting on-the-job training, coaching, counseling, tutoring, and
mentoring employees; recommending and completing volunteer hire and removal
actions, completing performance reviews, recommending volunteer awards,
verifying timekeeping logs, keeping abreast of and actively supporting the
principles of the EEO program, and prevention of sexual harassment. Prepares
and distributes official information via the mass communication system, Unit
Family Readiness Program Newsletter, official unit website, unit toll-free
phone numbers, and other media. Monitors and analyzes usage patterns for
communications methods, to include Marine Online Readiness Roadmaps.

Partners with PAO as appropriate. Distributes marketing materials developed
and provided by HQMC and/or MCCS. Develops and implements Unit Family
Readiness Program communication plan of action and milestones, to include
awareness marketing. Drafts speeches and strategic communications messages
as required. Delivers briefs and presentations as needed (from General
Officer to family member level).

Provides Marines and designated family members with official command
communication and Information and Referral (I&R) services for emerging
challenges. In providing I&R services, establishes and maintains contact
with other organizations, including but not limited to, MCCS, Marine and
Family Services, Marine Corps Family Team Building, MCCS Area Coordinator,
and other on-base and off-base resources. Communicate purpose and extent of
the family support programs to Marines and extended family members. Actively
encourage family member use of available resources and programs.

Plans, coordinates and executes administrative and logistical requirements,
in partnership with the MCCS Area Coordinator, MCFTB, or other applicable
entities for Unit Family Readiness Program events such as Family Days, pre-,
during and post-deployment events, and others as required. Coordinates and
attends Family Readiness Command Team meetings. Attends closing ceremonies
for MCFTB trainings/sessions and volunteer appreciation events related to
unit Marines and family members. Assesses family readiness training and
education needs of unit Marines and families, and coordinates MCCS support
to meet those needs. Establishes training schedules and coordinates delivery
of training. Welcomes new families to the unit, establishing a relationship
and providing information regarding the many resources available. Supports
activities that build unit cohesion and a sense of community among the unit
families. Assures Marines who are required to establish a Family Care Plan
(FCP) have completed one that is executable. Explains the purpose and intent
of the requirement and assists them in the completion of the FCP.

Establishes and maintains liaison with, and serves as a mentor to,
subordinate unit FROs. Assists in the development, implementation, and
evaluation of subordinate Unit Family Readiness Programs. Conducts periodic
assessments of subordinate units' personal and family readiness programs and
provides appropriate recommendations for improvements. Oversees and directs
the efforts of Family Readiness Program Assistants. Validates and tracks
volunteer service hours in coordination with the Installation Volunteer
Coordinator. Coordinates appropriate volunteer recognition. Monitors and
maintains fund allocations. Develops long range and short range cost
estimates for program funding requirements. Monitors overall budget
execution. Acts as the approving official for reimbursement of volunteer
expenses. Maintains contact and coordination with MCCS (e.g., Directors of
MCFTB and Marine and Family Services) and others regarding the effectiveness
of MCCS programs and services. Marines and their family members through use
of an established assessment tool will provide feedback to the commander,
for consideration for performance appraisal, regarding program effectiveness
and effective use of resources. Ensures OPSEC and Privacy Act compliance.
Adheres to principles and concepts of the EEO program. Performs other
related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's degree preferred or four years related experience, demonstrating
a high degree of interpersonal communication and analytical skills to adapt
and respond to diverse situations unique to the military lifestyle.
Demonstrated skill to: serve as a primary representative to provide command
family readiness outreach, support and assistance to a unit's military
personnel and their families at the Lieutenant Colonel command level,
exercise sound judgment and initiative in carrying out responsibilities,
interpret and adapt guidance and material to resolve complex situations as
they arise, work with wide latitude for independent action to ensure overall
program effectiveness, soundness of recommendations and effective use of
resources. Skill to assign tasks to others and supervise them in the
accomplishment of those tasks. Skill to maintain personal contacts and
collaborate with key personnel in the Marine Corps, principal assistants to
the unit commander. Skill to represent the Marine Corps at internal and
external meetings or forums to address and resolve family readiness issues
and functions. Knowledge of philosophies, policies and procedures governing
the Unit Family Readiness Program. Knowledge of military lifestyle and
organizational structure with a clear understanding of the role of the Unit
Family Readiness Program. Operating knowledge of Microsoft Office software
suites. Must possess and demonstrate sound communication skills (oral and
written), presentation skills, interpersonal skills, and social poise. Must
possess coalition building skills and sufficient experience to effectively
deal with families in crisis. Must be detail-oriented, organized and
adaptable. Eager learner and "can-do" attitude essential. Ability to
establish realistic long and short-term goals and objectives, set achievable
deadlines and react quickly to changing priorities. Must possess strong
customer service skills and be able to tactfully communicate with all levels
of the military and civilian community. Must have ability to work
independently. Must have ability to gather, assemble and analyze complex
organizational information, draw conclusions and devise solutions to problem
areas. Must be able to accommodate a flexible work schedule to include
weekend and nighttime family briefs/programs. Must be able to travel in
order to support the Unit Family Readiness Program. This is a white-collar
position where occasional lifting up to 20 lbs may be required.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Applicants are required to successfully complete required background check
and screening. Direct Deposit is a mandatory condition of employment. This
organization provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with
qualifying disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part
of the application and hiring process, please notify Human Resources. The
decision for granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case
basis. Employer will not pay relocation expenses. MCCS is a Drug-free
workplace. The use of illegal drugs by MCCS employees, whether on or off
duty, cannot and will not be tolerated. Federal employees have a right to a
safe and secure workplace, and Marines, sailors, and their family members
have a right to a reliable and productive Federal workforce.

EVALUATION AND RANKING OF CANDIDATES:
Applicants who meet the basic qualification requirements will be evaluated.
The method of evaluation may take into consideration the nature and quality
of experience, training, self-development, awards, safety records,
supervisory appraisals, outside activities and, demonstrated willingness to
support the EEO and handicapped Affirmative Action Programs.
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29. NEEDED ASAP: Data Quality (DQ) Management El Segundo (LA AFB)

All, please check out this HOT job at LA AFB. GREAT opportunity for a
veteran!

They need an immediate fill, but the person needs to have the
qualifications.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:

Data Quality (DQ) Management
- Compile and analyze Data Quality Statements
- Monitor performance on all DQ metric items of Data Quality Management
Control
- Report compliance status on DQ guidance/recommendations
- Develop quarterly training plans for metric improvement and data quality
management
- Participate in the Data Quality Assurance Function Committee
- Acquire and implement directed changes/updates to the Data Quality program
Defense Medical Human Resource Systems - Internet (DMHRSi)
- Maintain and operate the DMHRSi Timecard Program
- Provide functional level support and training and coordination between
Timecard Approvers/Timekeepers (TCs) and Resource Management Office
(RMO)
- Compile and process End of Month Expense Assignment System Version IV (EAS
IV) submissions
- Analyze timecards and time groups for inconsistencies, issues or
discrepancies
- Monitor timeliness compliance of timecard submissions and report
submission compliance status
- Develop quarterly training plans for all inbound TCs
- Add or delete functional cost codes
- Acquire and implement changes/updates to the DMHRSi program and relay
functional changes to RMO & TCs Resource Management Technician/Budget
Execution Report (BER)
- Utilize the Commanders Resource Information System (CRIS) to obtain
financial data
- Support the Budget Analyst in the compilation and analysis of the Budget
Execution Report (BER)
- Assist management of the Open Document Listings
- Provide metrics, as requested, for all cost centers and commodities
- Provide analysis and identification of cost center spending trends
- Serve as recorder (alternate) for the 61 MDS Cost Center Management
Program

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
Must have HS diploma. Bachelor's degree in healthcare, finance, business or
a closely related field is desirable. Experience with Microsoft Office
(Word, Excel and PowerPoint) required. Experience with Air Force Medical
Service (AFMS) highly desired. Must have minimum one (1) year experience
with AFMS source data systems to include Composite Health Care System
(CHCS), Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), M2,
Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System (MEPRS), Expense Assignment
System (EAS IV), Defense Medical Human Resource Systems - Internet (DMHRSi),
and Commanders Resource Integration System (CRIS).

David G. Poulin
Assistant Director
DOL/VETS
U.S. Department of Labor
Marina Del Rey, CA. 90292
(310) 574-6473
(310) 574-6496 (fax)
Poulin.David@dol.gov
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30. GIS Analyst, US Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma Arizona

Here is the requirement, it is a 6 month roll perm. SECRET clearance
required.

Dewberry is currently seeking a GIS Analyst for immediate placement onsite
at US Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma Arizona.

The successful candidate will provide GIS cartographic, analysis and
geospatial data management support for the GEOFidelis Installation
Geospatial Information and Services (IGI&S) mission requirements at the
installation level.

* 3-5 or more years experience with ArcGIS desktop 9.x.
* Familiarity with geospatial data creation, import/export, and
manipulation.
* Experience creating and managing SDSFIE-compliant (Spatial Data Standards
for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment) data is highly desired.

Michael Costanzo | Resource Manager
Description: Signature_logo2
Agensys Corporation
23700 Pebble Run Place | Suite 100
Dulles, VA 20166
Office 703-729-0040 | Cell 703-650-8001 | Fax 703-740-1179
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The Ultimate Source of Energy - Our People
Take the first step toward a career with a future.

31. Position Title: Manager of Financial Regulatory Model (Milwaukee, WI)

Publication Date: 12/21/2011

Reference Code: 50465449002

Number of Openings: 1

Location: Downtown Milwaukee

Department: Finance

Duties and Responsibilities: The Manager is responsible for managing the development of the financial regulatory model. This model will incorporate the revenue requirement and the cost of service allocations for all of Wisconsin Electric’s rate case filings in Wisconsin, Michigan and FERC jurisdictions. The model will provide rate case analysis and scenario testing. The person will be responsible for establishing processes, interfaces, controls, quality controls, reports, and ensure the model results are of filing quality. The Manager will also support Senior Management in rate case strategy and will assist in the development of the revenue requirements of each specific rate case.

• Be responsible for development of the financial regulatory model. This will include project administration, model calculations, testing, documentation, controls, process flow, interface etc.
• Serve as the Rate Case Technical expert for rate case model development and scenario management
• Manage the supporting technology of the financial rate case development process which may include software replacement projects and upgrades
• Be the liaison between financial and regulatory team for regulatory model seamless interaction
• Manages Finance’s role in the preparation of rate case filings for Wisconsin and Michigan. In this role, the Manager of Financial Regulatory Model will be called upon to:
o Prepare and provide testimony at rate case technical hearings
o Develop timely data request responses
o Direct and approve data request responses prepared by others
o Interface with PSCW staff on rate case adjustments and analyses
• Stay abreast and current of other company’s rate case proceedings for effect on the company and strategy for our filings. Develop expertise in FERC and regulatory accounting as well as knowledge of the relationship to GAAP accounting
• Provide expertise in project and financial analysis. Manage, coach, and develop subordinates in their assigned duties. Demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in the Business Success Competencies of Personal Responsibility for Results, Sense of Urgency, Customer Focus, and Financial Discipline

Education and Experience Requirements: At We Energies, our employees are committed to delivering excellent customer satisfaction in everything we do...the first time...every time. We are looking for motivated, customer-driven employees.

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, Economics or a related field is required; MBA preferred. 10 years of Utility or related experience and 5 years or more experience in leading projects and initiatives is also required.

Preferred Experience:
• Expert in understanding of regulatory methods and practices
• Excellent project management skills and a deep understanding of interdependent relationships and affects
• State or federal regulatory proceedings and Basic in GAAP and Advanced understanding of FERC accounting
• Cross-functional/organizational team management and facilitation skills
• Ability to operate from a company-wide perspective and be able to process analysis, design and implementation

Applicants should have:
• Strategy development, Proven skills handling ambiguity
• Enthusiastic team player, outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to manage both internal and external relationships. Energetic self-starter who possesses strong problem-solving, negotiation, organizational and analytical skills
• Highly effective communicator across all levels of the organization and with outside parties
• Personal responsibility for results, leadership presence, process and continuous improvement skills
• Demonstrates sense of urgency and provides clear direction to peers in setting priorities
• Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel and be familiarity with UII software – UII skills is a plus
• Strong conceptual, strategic thinker, excellent business analysis skills
• Poise under pressure and ability to handle hostile cross-examination at contested case hearings

Additional Notes: To be considered for this position, candidates must apply online on or before January 6, 2012. Be sure to follow the instructions: Go to http://we-energies.jobs

We Energies is an equal opportunity employer.
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32. Position Title: Vehicle Mechanic (Ft. Drum, NY)
EGG62690)

Minimum Requirements:
URS Corporation is now hiring for a Vehicle Mechanic in support of U.S. Army vehicle maintenance operations at Ft Drum, NY.

High School graduate or equivalent. Minimum of five (5) years vehicle maintenance / repair experience is required. Prior military Vehicle Mechanic MOS (63B) training / experience preferred. Must have completed military vehicle maintenance training or vehicle maintenance vocational / technical school curriculum. Must possess and maintain current valid driver's license as a condition of employment and have ability to operate equipment worked. Current CDL required.

Knowledge and proper use of special tools / equipment required to perform assigned maintenance tasks is mandatory.
Must be able to meet physical requirements associated with and / or pass any medical examination requirements related to performing daily assigned tasks. May be required to pass and maintain a U.S. Government background security check.

Salary: $19.57 per hr

Job Description:
The Motor Vehicle Mechanic repairs, rebuilds, or overhauls major assemblies of internal combustion automobiles, buses, trucks or tractors. Work involves most of the following: Diagnosing the source of trouble and determining the extent of repairs required; replacing worn or broken parts such as piston rings, bearings, or other engine parts; grinding and adjusting valves; rebuilding carburetors; overhauling transmissions; and repairing fuel injection, lighting, and ignition systems. In general, the work of the Motor Vehicle Mechanic requires rounded training and experience usually acquired through a formal apprenticeship or equivalent.

To be considered candidates must apply online at www.urscorp.jobs , go to careers tab, select the
“Career Opportunities” link and enter the requisition number EGG62690



For assistance contact:
Voice: 877-532-7462
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33. Position Title: Tool & Parts Attendant (Ft. Drum, NY)
EGG62689)

Minimum Requirements:
URS Corporation is hiring qualified Tool & Parts Attendants in support of US Army vehicle Maintenance operations at Ft. Drum, NY.

High school graduate or equivalent. Six months actual and related experience and a valid state driver's license is required.
Knowledge and use of special tools/equipment desired. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Must be able to meet physical requirements associated with and/or pass any medical examination requirements related to performing daily assigned tasks.

May be required to pass a U.S. Government background security check.

Salary: $14.28 per hr

Job Description:
Receives, stores, and issues hand tools, machine tools, replacement parts, shop supplies, and equipment, such as measuring devices, in an industrial and/or mechanic establishment. The Tool and Parts attendant does the following: keeps records of tools issued to and returned by workers, searches for lost or misplaced tools, prepares periodic inventory or keeps perpetual inventory and requisitions stock as needed. Unpacks and stores new equipment; visually inspects tools or measures with micrometer for wear or defects and reports damaged or worn-out equipment to superiors; may coat tools with grease or other preservative, using a brush or spray gun, and may attach identification tags or engrave identifying information on tools and equipment using electric marking tool. Must maintain tracking and identification of calibrated tools and special equipment.

To be considered candidates must apply online at www.urscorp.jobs , go to careers tab, select the
“Career Opportunities” link and enter the requisition number EGG62689



For assistance contact:
Voice: 877-532-7462
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34. The GEO Group, Inc. is currently recruiting for Healthcare, Nursing, Maintenance, Corrections, and Food Service Professionals to join us at one of our facilities located in Karnes City, Texas.

The GEO Group, Inc. (GEO) is a world leader of government outsourced services specializing in the delivery of correctional and detention management, medical and mental health rehabilitation services, family and
youth services, and other diversified services to federal, state and local government agencies around the globe.

GEO's success around the world has been achieved by our highly-trained work force. We employ over 20,000 professionals within our facilities, regional, international, and corporate offices. Our highly skilled professionals
manage approximately 80,000 beds at 116 correctional, detention and residential treatment facilities.

With operations in the United States
, Australia
, South Africa
, and the United Kingdom
; GEO offers a diversified array of turnkey services which include design, construction, financing, and operations. Our unique approach allows GEO to provide high-quality and
cost-effective services with state-of-the-art designs, innovative programs and ground-breaking treatment approaches.

We invite your members, families and friends to join us today for A World of Opportunities to make a difference in the lives that you touch.

Apply On-line: http://jobs.geogroup.com/search/karnes-city

Please contact me via phone at 956.718.4700 or email at dsemlinger@geogroup.com for more information about career opportunities. To learn more about GEO and the
opportunities currently available, go to: www.geogroup.com .

Darlene Semlinger
Human Resources Generalist
956.718.4700
dsemlinger@geogroup.com
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35. Senior Business Development Director – Aviation (Forth Worth, TX, Huntsville, AL, or Falls Church, VA)

TRAVEL: Up to 50% of travel between Ft. Worth, Falls Church, VA and Huntsville, AL (At least once a quarter, up to a week at a time)

Minimum of SECRET Clearance (TOP SECRET preferred)

Ideal candidate will be a recently retired (within 5-7 Years) Air Force or Navy, O-5 and above.

JOB SUMMARY:

Initiates and implements the research and analysis of business opportunities, consistent with organization’s long range and strategic plans. The person will be responsible for the annual bookings plan, strategic direction and planning for the Aviation Business Area.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

• Responsible for building company presence as a global provider and effectively leading the marketing of the capabilities resulting to achieve and/or exceed the business plan and objectives.
• Serve as focal point for future domestic and international customers by representing the company’s business development growth within the market.
• Lead the formulation, implementation, and comprehensive support to business areas, including enterprise initiatives, marketing efforts, trade show messaging and branding initiatives.
• Establish relationships with and lead purposeful engagements with current and potential customers.
• Assess future growth opportunities aligned with the strategic growth direction. Provide recommendations on how to support customers in the targeted markets.
• Work across multiple functions and business areas and will lead the development and presentation of growth strategies and opportunities, both international and domestic.
• Lead the market assessments, develop new opportunities and advocates for new business resources, and coordinate win efforts
• Lead assessment of new business opportunities including supply, maintenance, transportation, engineering, and base operations/maintenance support and adjacent markets.
• Develop solutions to complex problems which require the regular use of ingenuity and innovation. Ensures solutions are consistent with organizational objectives and financial goals.
• Participate on opportunity specific win strategy reviews step reviews.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible as the new business portfolio manager for the Aviation Business Area Team (BAT). Maintain and grow key customer relationships, coordinates & schedules customer meetings, identifies new business opportunities and provides candid input to the Aviation BAT Vice President pertaining to aviation business trends globally. Must develop and maintain close, trusted relationships with all Business Area Teams (BAT), key internal business partners as well as the customer. Will develop a business strategy for the Aviation BAT, assisted by key BAT members, other marketing leads and other support elements within DI. Additionally responsible to facilitate and improve the DI brand throughout the aviation marketplace.

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

• Demonstrated knowledge of associate contractors and the competitive landscape
• Complete understanding of business development that includes contract cost and pricing principles that translates efforts in achievements especially in acquiring new and follow-on business
• Ability to read, analyzes, and interprets the most complex documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints.
• Ability to write speeches and articles using original or innovative techniques or style
• Ability to integrate regulatory, customer, political and market information into effective business strategies and plans
• Strong interpersonal skills including tact, diplomacy, and flexibility to work effectively with senior managers, employees, and the general public
• Strong leadership skills with an ability to coach, lead, motivate and influence others to support corporate goals and objectives

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

• Ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 50% of the time may be required.
• Works in a normal office environment with controlled temperature and lighting conditions. This position will be located in Forth Worth, TX, Huntsville, AL, or Falls Church, VA.

EXPERIENCE:

• 15 plus years in business development, program management or strategic planning.
• 8 plus years of experience developing aviation business
• Proven record of successfully growing a business with expanded customers and markets domestically and internationally
• Experience building and managing customer relationships within the aviation customer community to seek out and identify new business opportunities

EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Engineering, Economics or International Affairs
Master’s Degree in Business Administration is desirable
Michael Costanzo | Resource Manager
Agensys Corporation
23700 Pebble Run Place | Suite 100
Dulles, VA 20166
Office 703-729-0040 | Cell 703-650-8001 | Fax 703-740-1179

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36. several jobs (Afghanistan)

The AC FIRST Mission in Afghanistan is experiencing significant
Growth and we are currently seeking experienced candidates for
the following positions:

• Supply Clerk (Military Experience)
• Welder (AWS)
• Power Generator Mechanic
• AWARDS Clerk
• SAMS-E Clerk
• System Administrator
• Wheel Tech Inspector
• RTCH/MHE Mechanic
• Heavy Equipment Mechanic
• Senior Mechanic
• Mechanic
• Transportation Coordinator
• Fire Control System Repairer
• Small Arms Repairer
• Comm/Elec Technician

AC FIRST provides full spectrum logistical services in support of the Department
of Defense’s global contingency and sustainment operations. AC FIRST takes
the customer’s mission as its own on every project. To that end, we work diligently
to maximize the value of our customers by constantly seeking improved ways to
meet their needs, while freeing them to focus on their core missions. We tailor
our management and technical solutions to exceed the customer’s expectations,
regardless of complexity or difficulty. In addition to an attractive compensation
and benefits package, AECOM Government Services promises a challenging and
rewarding experience.
Qualified candidates please apply at
www.aecom.com

From: George.Bassut@aecom.com

George Bassut (USM-Retied CWO2)
Director of Recruiting
AECOM Government Services
817-698-6809 O
817-698-6801 F
AECOM
Rewarding Careers at www.AECOM.com
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37. Human Resources Administrator - Part Time Northern Virginia

Provide general administrative, clerical, technical maintenance, and customer service support within the Human Resource Office for internal and external clients.

Qualifications.
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in business administration or related field.
• Administrative experience or an equivalent combination of experience and education with demonstrated Human Resources support experience.
• Must thrive in a team atmosphere and effectively work with all levels of employees.
• Must be extremely detail oriented with superior follow-through skills.
• Strong ability to multi-task, organize priorities and deadlines.
• Possess strong interpersonal skills, and be customer-oriented.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
• Can not be adverse to filing!

Experience/Training.
• Strong Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) skills.
• HRIS and payroll experience preferred.

Duties and responsibilities.
• Under direct supervision, performs a wide variety of tasks support the HR Department.
• Assists with various inquiries and provides information to employees regarding policies, practices, and entitlements.
• Creates and maintains data and other records in the Human Resources Information System (HRIS).
• Assists employees with HR inquiries (e.g. benefits and payroll information).
• Maintains confidentiality of sensitive information.
• Maintains employee orientation packages.
• Maintains employee personnel files.
• Prepares review folders.
• Constructs orientation packages for new hires.
• Other duties and responsibilities as requested.

John H. Supplee
Managing Director
The Supplee Group LLC
Phone (703) 406-1640
Mobile (703) 801-2246
E-mail john@suppleegroup.com
Website www.suppleegroup.com
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38. We are still hiring for our rig based positions and now I have an opening for a Health, Safety, and Environmental Advisor with emphasis on the health side for Victoria, TX and Dickinson, ND. Please share the attached job posting with anyone who might be interested.

Brent Hollenbaugh, MBA
Manager of Recruiting
450 Gears Road, Suite 500
Houston, Texas 77067
Office: 281-765-7105
Cell: 832-602-7774
Fax: 281-765-7113
Brent.hollenbaugh@patenergy.com

About us:
Patterson-UTI Drilling Company provides approximately 350 currently marketable land-based drilling rigs that operate primarily in oil and natural gas producing regions of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Western Canada. We serve major and independent oil and gas companies to provide a comprehensive drilling solution that includes technically advanced, field-proven equipment integrated into systems that increase drilling efficiency, provide a Safety Culture 24/7 while enhancing Health and Environmental concerns, making the Patterson-UTI Drilling Company the perfect choice for your drilling needs.
Compensation:
$60-70K/ year
Position:
Serve as the Health Advisor in our Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) division reporting to the Regional HSE Manager. This role will serve in an advisory, hands-on role in the geographic region of Victoria, TX or Dickinson, ND. You will advise the Regional HSE Manager on issues related to employee health.
Responsibilities:
•Serve as first responder to incidents in the field to prevent further injury. •Coordinates and executes environmental and/or safety programs to ensure practical, cost-effective measures are in place within the workplace, and a Safety Culture exists to ensure employees are accountable and responsible for health, safety and environmental conditions and practices. •Works to ensure compliance with government laws and regulations and Patterson-UTI Drilling Co. policies. •Handles more difficult, complex assignments involving performing audits and inspections. •May assist management to develop procedures based on regulatory and/or client requirements. •Assists in responding to inquiries or complaints from clients, regulatory agencies and/or community groups. •Conducts investigations and comprehensive rig inspections to identify deficiencies. •Builds strong relationships with rig crews to train, coach, counsel, and mentor to standards established by the company. •Handles special projects, as assigned.
Job Requirements:
•EMT, Paramedic, or Military Corpsman experience required. •Candidates holding at least a Bachelor's Degree in Science, Engineering, Health & Safety or equivalent are strongly preferred but not required. •Minimum 3 year(s) of working experience in HSE field. •Experience in onshore HSE tasks is a plus but not required. •Ability in written and spoken English Language. •Thorough understanding of regulations and the regulatory process.
•Strong analytical, verbal and written communication skills.
•Ability to effectively interact with all levels of management.
Disclaimer:
Patterson-UTI Drilling Company LLC (Patterson-UTI) is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status or disability, or other factors protected by federal, state, or local law.
To Apply:
Visit our website at www.patdrilling.com/careers. Print out the application form and email it along with your resume to brent.hollenbaugh@patenergy.com.
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39. Upcoming Job Fairs in Mississippi

Mississippi Governors Job Fair Network
http://www.jobfairs.ms.gov
Click on the above link to review a job fair and view what employers and job opportunities will be available.
Event Information Date Contacts
Greenwood-Leflore-Carroll Economic Dev. Foundation & Delta Workforce Investment Job Fair
Location:

City:Greenwood
State:MS 1/19/2012

Start Time:9AM
End Time:2PM Anne Preus662-335-6889
Angela Curry662-453-4152


Military Veterans and Spouses/Dependents Job Fair
Location:
VA Medical Center
City:Jackson
State:MS

2/3/2012
Start Time:9:00am
End Time:2:00pm Jennifer Armwood601-364-7049
Adam Todd601-321-6154



Mid Mississippi Job Fair
Location:
Attala County Coliseum
City:Kosciusko
State:MS

Mailing Address:
2/16/2012

Start Time:9:00am
End Time:2:00pm Adam Todd601-321-6154
Bessie Glass601-321-6122



Marshall Benton Area Job Fair
Location:
McMillan Gym at Rust College
City:Holly Springs
State:MS
3/8/2012

Start Time:9:00am
End Time:2:00pm Adam Todd601-321-6154
Bessie Galss601-321-6122



Mississippi Employment Expo
Location:
Mississippi Trademart
City:Jackson
State:MS

3/21/2012

Start Time:9:00am
End Time:3:00pm Adam Todd601-321-6154
Bessie Glass601-321-6122



Spring Southern Region Military and Civilian Job Fair
Location:
Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center
City:Biloxi
State:MS 4/10/2012

Start Time:9:00am
End Time:2:00pm Adam Todd601-321-6154




East Mississippi Job Fair
Location:
East MS Community College
City:Mayhew
State:MS

5/1/2012

Start Time:9:30 AM
End Time:2:30 PM Linda Gates662.243.1978
Adam Todd601.321.6154



Yazoo County Area Job Fair
Location:
National Guard Armory
City:Yazoo City
State:MS

5/8/2012

Start Time:9:00am
End Time:2:00pm Adam Todd601-321-6154
Bessie Glass601-321-6122



Northwest Mississippi Area Job Fair
Location:
Batesville Civic Center
City:Batesville
State:MS

6/28/2012

Start Time:9:00 AM
End Time:2:00 PM Adam Todd601.321.6154
Bessie Glass601.321.6122



Vicksburg Area Job Fair
Location:
Vicksburg Convention Center
City:Vicksburg
State:MS

8/7/2012

Start Time:9:00 AM
End Time:2:00 PM Adam Todd601.321.6154
Bessie Glass601.321.6154


Golden Triangle Employment Expo Location:
Pohl Gymnasium,
Mississippi University for Women,
City:Columbus
State:MS 10/3/2012

Start Time:9:00 AM
End Time:2:00 PM Towanda Williams662-241-7619
Adam Todd601.321.6154
For a listing of 2012 job fairs at other Air Force Installations
contact an A&FRC Staff member for a listing.

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40. Intelligence positions (CONUS, OCONUS)
Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) is a global professional services company that provides human-capital solutions and program support to government and corporate clients.

Currently, MEP is the US government’s leading provider of translators, interpreters and cultural advisors, with more than 8,200 personnel in 13 countries across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe. In addition to language translation service, MEP provides intelligence support, training and technical services to the US Department of Defense, intelligence agencies, the civilian government, and international development organizations. Regardless of a mission’s size or complexity, MEP finds professionals with the skills to support it.

You can learn more about MEP by visiting us at http://www.missionep.com/

MEP is currently looking for skilled individuals to fill the following positions.

Job Description: The candidate will produce geo-location data to support the development of various intelligence reports. The qualified candidate must possess the skills and knowledge to manage and facilitate the prosecution of collection data files. Additionally, the candidate will conduct general and directed radio frequency searches on targets of interest in the OEF Theater of Operation. This is a 24-hour operation and shift work is required.

Required Skills: Experience with communications intelligence collection equipment is required. Experience with ground, airborne, and/or national geo-location systems is preferred. The successful candidate will have previous experience with processing collection data files.

Desired Skills: Previous target experience with Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia is beneficial. Also, experience with any of the following is beneficial: GILGAMESH, AIRHANDLER, TPCS, AN/PRD-13, MEV/SS, ELCC, WITCHHUNT, HITS DRAGONFLY, WHAMI, TEMPTRESS, RAS Subsystems, and STORY CLASSIC

Some Key Words for Geo-location Specific Skills

• Assured Pursuit Training
• NSA Geo Bootcamp for Global Systems Communication
• Prophet Spiral
• GILGAMESH / Blue Devil / AIRHANDLER
• Aerial Precision Geo-location (APG)
• Electronic Close Targeting Reconnaissance Operations (usually means deployment to Iraq/Afghanistan with experience in active geo-location)
• Pattern of Life training/experience

Tools and Software for Geospatial Analysts (Possibly confusing - we want Geo-Location and not necessarily Geospatial Analysts)

• Falcon View
• Google Earth
• GUI software
• Stingray, Gossamer, Artemis, Gjowler (other tactical geo-location tools and software)
• ESRI products: ArcGIS, ArcMap, ArcView (not totally relevant but an indication of broader knowledge on cartography, etc.)

General Experience

• Background in SIGINT: ELINT and other technical intelligence related fields
• Real-time experience involving FMV (video) operations
• Experience with predator operations
• Imagery tools and their associated databases

There are four labor categories for this effort with Active / Passive categories at the Junior and Senior Rating:

• Active Geo-Location Operator (AGO) - Junior
• Active Geo-Location Operator (AGO) - Senior
• Passive Geo-Location Operator (PGO) - Junior
• Passive Geo-Location Operator (PGO) - Senior

JUNIOR - 2 years experience in geo-location within the last 3 years within NSA, a service cryptologic element or Other Government Agency (OGA)

SENIOR – 5 years or more experience in geo-location within the last 7 years within NSA, a service cryptologic element or Other Government Agency (OGA)

Passive seniors are not eligible to attend journeyman certification but may revalidate previous certifications in multi-aperture airborne geo-location operations.

Passive also desires language skill as a plus in Pashtu, Yemeni, Somali and Arabic.

If you have any questions, please contact Scott Whitney at scott.whitney@missionep.com.
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41. Software Reliability Engineer (Belcamp, MD)
(Requisition #46918)

ManTech SRS Technologies is seeking a Reliability Engineer/Analyst, who can develop, coordinate and conduct technical reliability studies and evaluations of engineering design concepts and design of experiments (DOE) constructs. You would recommend design or test methods and statistical process control procedures for achieving required levels of system, product or process reliability. You will also analyze preliminary plans and develop reliability engineering programs to achieve company, customer and governmental agency reliability objectives.

Requirements
. Ability to obtain interim SECRET level security clearance.
. Army Reliability experience.
. Seven to nine years of related experience.
. M.S. degree minimum, preferably a PhD in Reliability or Software reliability.

Preferences

. Reliability growth modeling experience a PLUS
. Reliability test and evaluation experience a PLUS
. May develop mathematical models to identify processes posing excessive failure risks.

Recruiter email address: larry.madden@mantech.com or kristin.hall@mantech.com

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42. I have an opening for a Global Marketing Manager for our Biomedical Client in Everett Washington. Do you have anyone in your network who may be seeking a new career move?

I need a Global leader in test & simulation products who has managed at least a $20M global business unit. We are looking for a dynamic individual to oversee the business performance and provide marketing direction for a family of products. The primary role of this position is to lead the product definition, market understanding, and promotional activities for new and existing products.

Need someone with at least 6 years of commercial product management experience.

If you know of anyone please send them my contact information or send me theirs.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

I can be reached at susand@gvstaffing.com or 641-782-2225.
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43. CSC HOT JOB OPPORTUNITIES (Various Locations)

Some of the basic requirements to apply for these positions are listed below. To apply for these positions, go to http://www.csc.com/careersus, click on “Job Opportunities”, and search for the job number.

Pilot Leader (Navigator SOFIA), Job Number 1100MPX:
The incumbent will be a lead coordinator and planner translating science team mission objectives into executable flight profiles within aircraft and airspace constraints. They will be required to translate science requirements into aviation language, and prepares flight planning packages for each science mission. The package includes a detailed flight plan, flight log, and weather and air traffic control constraints. Candidate must be proficient with mission planning tools and aircraft navigation systems. Candidate must be proficient with international rules and requirements for flight planning in ICAO and FAA airspace. Incumbent will deploy with the aircraft to worldwide locations. Flies aboard the aircraft on data missions as required coordinating real time flight plan changes with air traffic control.
Qualifications: Candidate must possess a navigator rating from the armed services or be a former military rated pilot. Minimum of 1,500 hours of total flight time, of which at least 500 hours are in a transport or bomber class aircraft with a gross weight of at least 100,000 pounds, and international flight planning experience is required. Selected candidate must meet the security requirements of the position. Must be able to pass a NASA Flight Medical Certification. Location: (Palmdale, CA)

Aircraft Repair & Reclamation (A-10, F-15), Job Number 1100O3M: The Aircraft Worker makes repairs to aircraft, assists in troubleshooting malfunctions in aircraft structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti-icing, pneudraulic systems, engines, auxiliary power units, and HVAC systems, removes, cleans, reinstalls, or replaces defective parts, accessories, and components such as worn gaskets, couplings, and fittings, bad actuators, accumulators, gauges, sections of corroded fuel and oil lines. Candidate may supervise the jacking and towing of aircraft, make adjustments and settings such as cable tension and seat movement settings and adjustments; obtains standard parts such as fuel and oil line connections and fittings, cable linkage, and spark plug cables and harnesses by referring to parts manuals and making comparisons with samples. May perform pre-flight, thru-flight, and post-flight maintenance inspections, make entries into the maintenance records, describing work performed. Service engines and aircraft components at line station, make repairs short of overhaul required to keep aircraft in safe operating condition. Required: Minimum of 4 years repair and reclamation experience on F-15C/D/E or A-10 is highly desired. More than one is a definite plus. May provide guidance to other technicians being cross utilized from other functions, to level peak workloads as they occur. May be required to provide training to lower level technicians. May be required to Cross-train in other specialties as required. May be required to obtain special certifications. Must be willing to work overtime, any shift and/or flexible schedules as required to support the workload, mission and customer requirements. Must be willing to deploy to support off station requirements. May be assigned other duties as required. Location: Nellis AFB (Las Vegas, NV)
EOE Respond to: http://www.csc.com/mms/careersus/en/index.jsp M/F/D/V


Chief of Asset Management, Job Number 1100O5F: Responsible for planning, directing, organizing, and exercising control over program management in areas such as energy, environmental compliance, cultural/natural resources, master planning, and real estate/real property management. Advisor to Civil Engineering Management officials regarding current and long-range program goals and objectives. May serve as the deputy to the Civil Engineering Manager. Required: Must have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. Degree in engineering, architecture, environmental, real property management, community planning or related field. Nine or more years of experience in engineering, architecture, or related field required. Five or more years of supervisory or management experience. Must possess a valid state driver's license; must have the ability to obtain and maintain a United States Government and/or United States Air Force vehicle driver's license. Must have a favorable National Agency Check (NACI). Must have ability to meet the requirements for issuance of a computer network account (favorable national Agency Check and successfully complete computer security training) and any required security clearances including flight line access. Position is classified as mission essential and requires employee to shelter at work location and to respond to disasters or other contingency operations. Location: Keesler AFB (Biloxi, MS)

Unit Training Monitor, Job Number 1100OOD: The Technical Instructor teaches short courses in a technical trade or craft, such as electricity, electronics, surveying, or aircraft fundamentals. Prepares an instructional program in accordance with training or other course requirements. Assembles materials to be presented. Incumbent will teach assigned topics in accordance with approved curriculum, effectively utilizing all allotted time. Incumbent will maintain proficiency in instructional techniques, while in cooperating current examples in the teaching process (e.g. develops clarification or real world examples of application related to the subject matter). Develop and maintain classroom techniques that reflect professionalism, good discipline and enhanced teaching. The Technical Instructor alternates teaching techniques in order to maintain high motivation and interest in the subject areas, administers grades, records and critiques examinations; prepares and administers remedial assignments, submits written recommendations for curriculum updates to ensure consistency with changes and innovations in latest applicable publications or documents. Require: Must have experience in scheduling, documenting and monitoring training requirements for company and customer personnel using applicable Information Management Systems. Must be able to track skill level upgrade training requirements. May be required to cross-train as a maintenance production clerk, scheduler or Analyst to meet mission requirements. Must be willing to work any shift and flexible scheduling to meet customer requirements. Must be willing to deploy to support off station exercise. Location: Nellis AFB, (Las Vegas, NV)
EOE Respond to: http://www.csc.com/mms/careersus/en/index.jsp M/F/D/V


Supply/Munitions Specialist, Job Number 1100NV3: Specialist will perform inspections, issue, store, and transport explosives, (e.g.; water gel, charge Demo M112 Comp 4, charge Demo block TNT, charge Demo Semtex, Ammonia Nitrate, dynamite, Flares surface and aircraft related counter measure (CM) flare requirements, and small arms). Incumbent will handle requisitions and maintain on hand stocks of munitions as required for Security Forces Air Base Defense, Peacetime arming needs, and base Mobility Force’s unit taskings (UTCs). Incumbent will perform all munitions accountability, inventory actions to include historical records IAW AFI 21-201 and 11A-1-10 and other applicable tech data, oversees munitions production and materiel tasks, Identify munitions and equipment requirements. Incumbent will operate the Combat Ammunition System (CAS) to perform munitions accounting, computations, and research. Stores, maintain, assemble, and issues non-nuclear munitions. Conduct warehousing duties as required. Develop an understanding of the munitions storage plan and what it involves: (verifying munitions assets against receiving documents; noting and reporting discrepancies and obvious damages; routing materials to prescribed storage locations; storing, stacking or palletizing materials in accordance with prescribed storage methods; rearranging and taking inventory of stored materials; examining stored materials and reporting deterioration and damage; removing material from storage and preparing it for shipment). Candidate will operate hand or power trucks in performing warehousing duties. Receive store, inspect, test, transports, and maintains U.S. Air Force (USAF) Munitions, Munitions Material Handling Equipment (MMHE), and supporting resources as applicable to the Site. Responsible to perform all assigned duties as safely and efficiently as possible to maintain a safe work environment in accordance with all applicable rules and standards including, but not limited to, OSHA and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Codes and Standards. Required: to comply with PPE requirements and standards. Must be able to troubleshoot and identify problems, read, understand and interpret Air Force Manuals, Governing supply systems, policies, rules, warehouse programs, nomenclature, work methods, manuals or established guidelines. Read, understand, and interpret CSC methods and established guidelines, accomplishes periodic inspections, recurring maintenance requirements and associated documentation. Requires working scheduled and unscheduled overtime work including areas other than respective assignment. Perform other duties as assigned in accordance with contractual, functional and mission requirements. Position is classified as mission essential and requires employee to shelter at work site and respond to disasters and other contingency operations. Location: Keesler AFB (Biloxi, MS)
EOE Respond to: http://www.csc.com/mms/careersus/en/index.jsp M/F/D/V

Some of the basic requirements to apply for these positions are listed below. To apply for these positions, go to http://www.csc.com/careersus, click on “Job Opportunities”, and search for the job number.

Electronics Engineer Sr. Professional (Aircraft Instrumentation), Job Number 1100P9F: Incumbent will Translate/Communicate customer instrumentation requirements into data acquisition system design. Safely integrate Instrumentation systems into production aircraft (i.e. power, avionics signals etc.). Designs complex instrumentation systems to measure the following:

o Stress & Strain measurements
o Shock & Vibration measurements
o Temperature measurements
o Position measurements (i.e. aircraft surfaces, landing gear etc.)
o Production aircraft signals
o Noise measurements
o Pressure measurements

Required: Experience with military aircraft is desired, Proficiency in AutoCAD drawing package, experience merging multiple instrumentation data sources into high speed multiplexers, experience performing end to end calibrations of instrumentation sensors on aircraft, in set-up and programming software to configure data acquisition hardware, as well as experience in set-up and programming of data processing software for system validation testing, with instrumentation system uncertainty analysis, and in the design & setup of telemetry systems.

Must have Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from a school of engineering having at least one professional engineering curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Location: Patuxent River, (Patuxent River NAS, MD)


EOE Respond to: http://www.csc.com/mms/careersus/en/index.jsp M/F/D/V

ANTHONY D. LESHAW
Recruiting Associate Professional
CSC

Applied Technology Division
6500 West Freeway Suite 600 Fort Worth, TX 76116 I Ph:1 817 570 1930 I Cell: 817 680 0985 I Fax:1 817 570 2141 I aleshaw@csc.com www.csc.com
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44.
3 Slots Available! IMMEDIATE NEED-ELECTRONICS/MAINTENANCE. TECHNICIAN- AFGHANISTAN


To: Lillian Hill



Please email to your network! Thanks!

Please email your resume to lillian.hill@idealinnovations.com

Must be available in the next 2 weeks, have an active Secret clearance, active US passport and be available to attend NDC(Will need updated Medical and Dental records)
OCONUS CANDIDATES PREFERED
When submitting your resume please include your availability for a phone interview. Thank you!

Electronics/Maintenance Technician OEF- $110k to $114k
Perform Electromechanical troubleshooting and maintenance on DOD Systems in Iraq or Afghanistan or Kuwait, often under field conditions. Utilize mechanical drawings, schematics and wiring diagrams to perform system diagnostics and fault isolation to root cause failures. Travel to DOD sites to respond to calls for corrective maintenance; perform scheduled maintenance and upkeep of systems. Conduct system operator training for DOD personnel.

Must have a minimum of 5 years of vehicle maintenance experience and DoD supply concepts. Mastery of U.S Army maintenance support systems and concepts. Able to qualify for a security clearance. Communication skills (written and verbal). Understanding of Department of Defense contracting policies and procedures. Knowledge of selected computer applications (ex: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.). Must be able to meet deployment status requirements. Candidate must have some form of US military service(any branch) or equivalent experience.
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45. Database/Web Administrator -- CONUS & OCONUS (TS/SCI) (U)





Position: Database/Web Administrator
Location: CONUS & OCONUS
Clearance: TOP SECRET/Sensitive Compartmented Information


All interested candidates, please submit a letter of interest and resume to hr@k3-enterprises.com

Job Responsibilities
Participate in all phases of the web and database life cycle beginning with gathering user's functionality and system requirements, architecture, design, implementation, test, deployment and support phases. Additionally, this position will be heavily involved in all aspects of software integration, planning, designing, implementing, troubleshooting, repairing, and providing recommendations for application improvements based on customer requirements and new technologies. The successful applicant will serve as a Database Administrator providing IT support to USSOCOM and its service components or associated Theater Special Operations Command organizations. The incumbent will be responsible for providing a wide range of IT services including requirements analysis and design, on-site engineering, testing, hardware and software integration, configuration management, IT project management, Tier 1-, 2-, and 3-level support, and quality.
- Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of Functionality and System Requirements documents
- Prepare system, sub-system and application Design Plans and diagrams
- Participate in the Code and development of ‘builds’ for deployment in an emerging environment
- Support the System testing and post deployment activities for assigned applications
- May supervise a Development team consisting of developers, tester and/or network engineers
- Develop detailed Hardware and Network specification required for systems based on the number of users, performance and scalability needs.
- Research, develop and/or modify application or user interface software
- Ensure full interoperability and seamless connections between all internal and external data feeds and operational systems
- Conduct procedural and object oriented software analysis and design.
- Develop database applications using agile development methods, following the Scrum model.
- Develop web, web service, client, server, database, middle-ware, and standalone applications.
- Develop in accordance with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) NIST and DISA Standard Technical Implementation Guides (STIG).
- Develop and publish test procedures with routine reporting and insight on bug/issue management.
- Perform software test to include regression and continuous integration tests as software is being developed. Include unit test during application development when applicable.
- Manage the web and database services test process to include beta and release candidate testing. This includes planning and participating in user functional test events.
- Develop web application interfaces with security built within per industry and government standards.
- Maintain and use a software repository with versioning control for controlling final code and work in progress.
- Writes and updates technical documentation such as user manuals, system documentation, and training materials.
- Troubleshoots problems and provides customer support for operating systems and application issues.
- Provide senior level application/database maintenance activities associated with repairing errors and defects of new or existing GOTS/COTS applications/databases as required

Education
Bachelors Degree in computer science or equivalent experience with additional specialized training in Windows based systems administration. Candidate must be accustomed to military deployed environments and preferably shall be familiar with desktop environments, server hardware, database and communication systems. A comprehensive technical knowledge with strong communication skills (written & oral), and strong customer interface skills is extremely important.

Experience
-5-8 years relevant experience developing solutions in, at a minimum, XML, JAVA, HTML, .NET (C# and Visual Basic), JavaScript, Python, SQL, C++, and scripting languages (Windows Batch, Linux/Unix, PHP, etc.).
- 3-5 years experience managing multiples projects within a development team
- Have the knowledge, expertise, and skills to:
- Understand and meet DoD net-centric design requirements.
- Apply database design and architecture principles, best practices, and methods in multiple development frameworks.
- Learn and derive SOF unique requirements, apply development concepts to them, and develop software to meet those needs and environments.
- Ability to take high level requirements and develop them into SDLC documentation
- Versatile user interface design and implementation abilities
- Participate in the software development process management, e.g. SCRUM, iterative waterfall, agile and/or unified process approaches.
- IASAE Level 1 certification required
- ITIL V3 Foundations Certification required

Unique/Additional Requirements
- This position is contingent on contract award
- This position requires a TS/SCI
- This position may require shift and weekend work
- This position may require deployments to CONUS and OCONUS locations worldwide, and may include hazardous duty areas
- While deployments can be of a duration of up to 180 days, this position typically deploys on an as-required basis



Huntre B. Coleman
Human Resources Manager
K3 Enterprises, Inc.
An SDVOSB, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company
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46. Systems Administrator – CONUS & OCONUS (TS)

From: Huntre Coleman





Position: Systems Administrator
Location: CONUS & OCONUS
Clearance: TOP SECRET

All interested candidates, please submit a letter of interest and resume to hr@k3-enterprises.com

The successful applicant will serve as a Systems Administrator providing IT support to USSOCOM and its service components or associated Theater Special Operations Command organizations. The incumbent will be responsible for providing a wide range of IT services including Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) IT systems and assets to support Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (PED) of information across and integrated with the Command, Control, Communications, Computer and Information (C4I) and Video Teleconferencing (VTC) technology capabilities of Headquarters, USSOCOM. These requirements include analysis and design, on-site engineering, testing, hardware and software integration, configuration management, IT project management, Tier 1-, 2-, and 3-level support, VTC and quality.

Some of the responsibilities are:

• Analyzes, administers and maintains voice, video, and/or data communications systems.
• Maintains system security and ensures compliance with policies and procedures. Evaluates hardware and software, including peripheral, output, and related equipment.
• Participates in the development and implementation of system-related procedures and standards. Participates in and may lead aspects of major system installations and upgrades.
• Interfaces with vendors to ensure appropriate resolution during system outages or periods of reduced performance. Develops and implements testing strategies and document results.
• Provides advice and training to end-users. Troubleshoots and resolves complex problems.
• Maintains current knowledge of relevant hardware and software applications as assigned.
• Participates in special projects as required
• Provide recommendations, planning and engineering support for future IT functionality and develop and maintain a technology refreshment plan.
• Provide for on-site planning support for local requirements to include site infrastructure and move planning.
• Assist SOF planners as they plan system upgrades, develop and maintain system architectures, and produce cost and time estimates for IT infrastructure requirements.
• Manage site level IT requirements to include planning and management of Moves, Adds and Changes.
• Provide Site Integration Support and assist with the planning and integration of SOF information systems.
• Conduct market research and technical review of new products on an as needed basis.
• Provide evaluations and recommend changes to the command-unique information systems infrastructure where applicable.
• Document integration of site hardware and software acceptance testing and migration procedures in accordance with DoD, USSOCOM, Service, Theater Command, and commercial industry standards.
• Work independently to meet time-sensitive requirements, and have excellent writing and presentation skills.

Background and Experience: (including education, skills, work activities)
6 years of experience in information technologies work. In-depth experience in IT system administration and one or more of the following technical areas: Systems S/W design, H/W integration, S/W development, configuration management, Quality Assurance, System requirements, Networks and/or system integration,
Functional Responsibility:
Performs technical and analytical assignments and IT system repair/reconfiguration.
(a) Minimum required:
Must have current TS Clearance and meet the requirements of DCID 6/4.
Associates degree with additional formal training and certifications in IT systems.
Candidate must possess current industry certifications i.e. CISCO (Associate, Professional), Microsoft (MCITP), etc; and/or relevant field experience; and/or equivalent education commensurate with the subject IT discipline/position as identified by the USG. ITIL v3 foundation certification

(b) Desired:
BA/BS in CIS or related discipline.



Huntre B. Coleman
Human Resources Manager
K3 Enterprises, Inc.
An SDVOSB, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company
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47. Multiple Skills Employment Opportunities on ACFIRST Project Afghanistan






The AC FIRST Mission in Afghanistan is experiencing significant
Growth and we are currently seeking experienced candidates for
the following positions:

• Supply Clerk (Military Experience)
• Welder (AWS)
• Power Generator Mechanic
• AWARDS Clerk
• SAMS-E Clerk
• System Administrator
• Wheel Tech Inspector
• RTCH/MHE Mechanic
• Heavy Equipment Mechanic
• Senior Mechanic
• Mechanic
• Transportation Coordinator
• Fire Control System Repairer
• Small Arms Repairer
• Comm/Elec Technician

AC FIRST provides full spectrum logistical services in support of the Department
of Defense’s global contingency and sustainment operations. AC FIRST takes
the customer’s mission as its own on every project. To that end, we work diligently
to maximize the value of our customers by constantly seeking improved ways to
meet their needs, while freeing them to focus on their core missions. We tailor
our management and technical solutions to exceed the customer’s expectations,
regardless of complexity or difficulty. In addition to an attractive compensation
and benefits package, AECOM Government Services promises a challenging and
rewarding experience.
Qualified candidates please apply at
www.aecom.com

From: George.Bassut@aecom.com
Please disseminate to all Marine on network.

Semper Fi
George Bassut (USM-Retied CWO2)
Director of Recruiting
AECOM Government Services
817-698-6809 O
817-698-6801 F
AECOM
Rewarding Careers at www.AECOM.com

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48. Avanti Placements is searching for MILDEC, IO and OPSEC professionals for a proposal effort, the contract will be awarded in Jan and work to begin Feb 17th.

Searching for the following:

2.2 PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM SKILLS
2.2.1 Information Operations, Military Deception (MILDEC) Planner (3 Positions). Individual serves as a MILDEC Planner, J-39 (Information Operations), Operations Division for the Unit. Responsibilities include: In-depth life-cycle operational and security analysis to identify critical program information and vulnerabilities in order to develop and implement a solid risk management based program protection plan and strategy to ensure long term operational life of programs. Support of plans by assisting in the development and implementation of enhanced operations security techniques as countermeasures and other related MILDEC support as required.
Required Qualifications
• Possess a Bachelors of Science/Arts from and accredited college or university
• Eight (8) years’ experience in increasingly responsible positions in one (1) or more military, academic or defense industry functional area
• Graduate of a Service or Joint Military Deception Planners Course
• Willing to deploy into combat areas or in support of contingency or training operations
Desired Qualifications
• Recent experience working OEF/ OIF/ GWOT operations
• Experience working with one or more of the following: Joint/ Coalition/ SOF integration and de-confliction issues; Network Warfare Operations; Counterinsurgency; Irregular Warfare; Special Access Programs; Special Technical Operations; C-IED; Counterterrorism.

2.2.2 Information Operations, Operations Security (OPSEC) Planner (1 Position). Individual serves as a OPSEC Planner, J-39 (Information Operations), Operations Division for the Unit. Responsibilities include: In-depth life-cycle operational and security analysis to identify critical program information and vulnerabilities in order to develop and implement a solid risk management based program protection plan and strategy to ensure long term operational life of programs. Support of plans by assisting in the development and implementation of enhanced operations security techniques as countermeasures and other related OPSEC support as required.
Required Qualifications
• Possess a Bachelors of Science/Arts from and accredited college or university
• Eight (8) years’ experience in increasingly responsible positions in one (1) or more military, academic or defense industry functional area
• Graduate of a Service or Joint Operations Security Planners Course
• Willing to deploy into combat areas or in support of contingency or training operations
Desired Qualifications
• Recent experience working OEF/ OIF/ GWOT operations
• Experience working with one or more of the following: Joint/ Coalition/ SOF integration and de-confliction issues; Network Warfare Operations; Counterinsurgency; Irregular Warfare; Special Access Programs; Special Technical Operations; C-IED; Counterterrorism.

2.2.3 Intelligence Support to Information Operations (ISIO) (2 Positions). The ISIO will consist of an IWA analysts to employ ISIO analysis to employ advanced analysis Tactics, Techniques, and Procedure (TTP) and an expert understanding of threat based unconventional warfare to conduct associative targeting of individuals, cells, network Command and Control (C2), and logistics in support of operational forces in support of information operations. This capability provides a mature, tailored analysis of insurgent operational networks and operating patterns that will compliment other analysis being conducted as well as responding directly to requirements from forward deployed units.
Required Qualifications
• Possess a Bachelors of Science/Arts from and accredited college or university or equivalent experience as an Irregular Warfare Intelligence Analysts
• Eight (8) years’ experience in increasingly responsible positions in one (1) or more military, academic or defense industry functional area
• Graduate of a Service or Joint Intelligence Course and capable of using analysts tools such as: analysts notebook, GIS, M3 and other analysts tools.
• Willing to deploy into combat areas or in support of contingency or training operations
Desired Qualifications
• Recent experience working OEF/ OIF/ GWOT operations
• Experience working with one or more of the following: Joint/ Coalition/ SOF integration and de-confliction issues; Network Warfare Operations; Counterinsurgency; Irregular Warfare; Special Access Programs; Special Technical Operations; C-IED; Counterterrorism, and or HUMINT.

2.2.4 Irregular Warfare Analysts (IWA) (3 Positions). The IWA will employ advanced analysis Tactics, Techniques, and Procedure (TTP) and an expert understanding of threat based unconventional warfare to conduct associative targeting of individuals, cells, network Command and Control (C2), and logistics in support of operational forces in support of information operations. This capability provides a mature, tailored analysis of insurgent operational networks and operating patterns that will compliment other analysis being conducted as well as responding directly to requirements from forward deployed units.
Required Qualifications
• Possess a Bachelors of Science/Arts from and accredited college or university or equivalent experience as an Irregular Warfare Intelligence Analysts
• Eight (8) years’ experience in increasingly responsible positions in one (1) or more military, academic or defense industry functional area
• Graduate of a Service or Joint Intelligence Course and capable of using analysts tools such as: analysts notebook, GIS, M3 and other analysts tools.
• Willing to deploy into combat areas or in support of contingency or training operations
Desired Qualifications
• Recent experience working OEF/ OIF/ GWOT operations
• Experience working with one or more of the following: Joint/ Coalition/ SOF integration and de-confliction issues; Network Warfare Operations; Counterinsurgency; Irregular Warfare; Special Access Programs; Special Technical Operations; C-IED; Counterterrorism, and or HUMINT.
If you’re interested please email a word version of your resume along with:



Availability:
Salary requirement:

Email resumes to: Recruiter@AvantiPlacements.com

Thanks!

Deborah Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
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49. Position Title: Electronics Technician Maintenance III (EGG62079) Camp LeJeune, NC


Minimum Requirements:
URS Corporation is hiring qualified Electronics Technicians III in support of USMC Depot Augmentation - Camp Lejeune, NC.

Vocational/technical training beyond high school and at least 7 years of job-related experience or equivalent. Shall perform electronic repairs and will be required to have obtained basic to advanced technical knowledge in resolving routine problems as related to electronic equipment. Must be able to read schematics, technical manuals, understand circuitry and be able to select tools and test equipment dictated by the repair process.
Work Environment, Physical Demands, and Mental Demands:

Typical office environment with no unusual hazards, occasional lifting to 20 pounds, constant sitting while using the computer terminal, constant use of sight abilities while reviewing documents, constant use of speech/hearing abilities for communication, constant mental alertness, must posses planning/organizing skills, and must be able to work under deadlines.

Position may require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.

Salary: $24.91 per hr

Job Description:
Applies advanced technical knowledge to solve unusually complex problems that typically cannot be solved solely by referencing manufacturers' manuals or similar documents. Examples of such problems include determining the location and density of circuitry, evaluating electromagnetic radiation, isolating malfunctions, and incorporating engineering changes. Work typically requires a detailed understanding of the interrelationships of circuits. Exercises independent judgment in performing such tasks as making circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, and tracing relationships in signal flow. Uses complex test instruments such as high frequency pulse generators, frequency synthesizers, distortion analyzers, and complex computer control equipment. Work may be reviewed by supervisor for general compliance with accepted practices. May provide technical guidance to lower level technicians.

Essential Responsibilities:
1. Perform a wide variety of duties of complex nature in the installation, modification and operation of equipment.
2. Work with section supervisors to achieve departmental goals.
3. Assist during installation, modification, and development of new or existing equipment.
4. Install, modify, and/or operate site process test units in compliance with approved operational procedures.
5. Comply with all applicable policies, procedures, and administrative directives.
6. Provide miscellaneous technical and non-technical support as required or directed.

To be considered candidates must apply online at www.urscorp.jobs , go to careers tab, select the
“Career Opportunities” link and enter the requisition number EGG62079



For assistance contact:
Voice: 877-532-7462
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50. Trainmaster (Division) Eagle Pass TX
BNSF Railway seeks Military Leaders E-5 and above (including JMO’s) w/minimum 3yrs supervisory experience!
NO! you don’t need to have a Railroad background
Anticipated Closing Date: Apply NOW! 4 Jan 2012
Anticipated Start Date: Must be on terminal leave or completely out of the service for a Feb 2012 Start date!
Salary/Benefits: Salary Band 29; Entry level monthly salary is between $5100 and $5900. Actual salary will be determined upon the position, individual skills and location.
Applicants MUST complete a profile and application at www.bnsf.com/careers
Ensure to complete the MILITARY section of the application too!
How did you hear about this job? The BNSF Military Recruiter John Wesley
Email me once complete at john.wesley2@bnsf.com
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