Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for February 17, 2010

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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for February 17, 2010

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Issue # 169

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“The soldier who fights to death never dies, but the soldier who fights for existence never truly exists.”

- Admiral Yi Sun Shin

 

(Yi Sun-sin (March 8, 1545 – November 19, 1598), was a famous Korean naval commander. As the Lord High Admiral of the Korean fleet under the Choson Dynasty, Yi Sun-sin led the fight against the Japanese during their invasion of <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Korea in 1592. He turned back the enemy fleet of Japanese invaders with his innovative turtle ships, and became to many Koreans a national hero. He was shot by a stray bullet in the final battle at Noryang in November 1598, and died. He was posthumously given the title Chungmugong (Duke of Loyalty and Arts of Chivalry).)

http://www.koreanhero.net/en/NationalHeroOfKorea.htm

 

Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter, “DEFCON-1,” a networking newsletter featuring job opportunities and career advice for those who are part of the global defense, aerospace, maritime, marine technology and security industry.  DEFCON 1 brings you job opportunities every week, and counts on members like you to submit job listings to share and post in this newsletter.

 

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***  In this issue (This week’s jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in more detail below):

 

1.)  Desktop/Help Desk Support, Alion Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA

2.)  SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION SPEC, AAFES, Dallas, TX 

3.)  Administrative Officer (Public Affairs), 129th Rescue Wing, California Air National Guard, Mountain View, CA

4.)  Acquisition Analyst Sr, Alion Science and Technology, Arlington, VA

5.)  Editor, Center for Army Lessons Learned, Advancia, Fort Leavenworth, KS

6.)  Professor/Director Army Physical Fitness Research Inst., U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA

7.)  Adjunct Professor, Global History, including Women & War, Bay Path College, Longmeadow, MA

8.)  Professor of Strategic Studies, Marine Corps War College, Quantico, VA

9.)  Chair of National Security Decision Making Department, Naval War College, Newport, RI

10.)  Supervisory Curator, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA

11.)  Military Intel Analyst 3, MAGTF Training System Support (MTSS), Northrop Grumman, Quantico, VA

12.)  Computer Network Operations Planner, Booz Allen Hamilton, Annapolis Junction, MD

13.)  HUMINT Analyst, ManTech Int'l Corp., Reston, VA

14.)  Anti-Tamper Torpedo Systems Engineer, Sabre Systems, Inc., KEYPORT, WA

15.)  Weapons Effects Analyst, SPARTA, Omaha, NE

16.)  Technical Director- Air Defense Weapons Syst, General Dynamics – IT, Quantico, VA

17.)  Training SME – IED; All-Source; EOD Weapons, The Hinkle Group, Reston, VA

18.)  Program Assistant, Analytic Services Inc., Fort Belvoir, VA

19.)  Senior Cost Analyst – Weapons Systems, Technomics, Arlington, WA

20.)  Cyber Damage Assessment Analyst, Mid, Booz Allen Hamilton, Charlottesville, VA

21.)  Project Weapons Security Classification Analyst, URS Corporation, Fort Belvoir, VA

22.)  Finance Manager, BAE Systems Technology Sol & Svc, Hampton, Virginia

…and more!

 

***  From John Alexander:

 

Please keep up the good work and please keep the information coming. As someone that is in the business of pairing highly qualified defense industry workers with those companies seeking candidates, your site is invaluable. Thanks for all you do for our defense industry!

 

John Alexander (defenseplacements@gmail.com)

 

***  From Larry Bearfield, proprietor of Fern’s Country Store in Carlisle, Mass, and creator of the OpSki program for the military community (excerpted from Fern’s Pickle Barrel E-News):

 

Last weekend, Robin and I took time to attend a Military ski event out in the Berkshires. Called Sno!!!Jam, it's a weekend for Military personnel that we were involved with in a past life when we invented a program called Operation Ski & Snowboard (OpSki). essentially we worked with ski resorts worldwide to develop lift ticket and lodging discounts for qualified military personnel – a small market of about 11 million. Weekend on-mountain fun, family events at resorts like Copper Mountain, Squaw, Steamboat, Attitash, Berkshire East were part of the offerings. It was a phenomenal program. All privately run – which astounded The Pentagon when we were called to Washington to help them understand how we could develop a program with no government help. Then the dot-com bust hit before we were able to finally ink the big deal. Timing's everything in life.

Meanwhile, because of the exposure, ski resorts worldwide continue to offer the Military Discounts we helped establish. That's fulfilling. And on-mountain events like Sno!!!Jam here and the USAF Academy's SnoFest at Keystone continue.

We went to the event out in the Berkshires because of the many lasting friendships we made. It's not about the skiing. Primarily a US Navy event, other services have attended, including the Air National Guard Unit that were part of the rescue in The Perfect Storm as well as Army, Marine and Coast Guard personnel. “Locals” like USS Constitution crew members attend as well as folks who flew in from as far away as San Diego! What was especially fun was that we had several Fernites From Afah Chapter Presidents in attendance. We collected on the beers they owed us for their appointments. 

But here's the point of all of this. Regardless of your political persuasion, when you spend time with these men & women you can't help but be inspired by their zest for life, positive can-do attitude, their unwavering commitment to what they do and the intense loyalty they hold in their hearts for their friends. We all wish that we didn't have a need for a military force but that's a fantasy. And when we need them – these are the professionals that I want on my side. We all have our daily grind – but you have to admire what they volunteer to do.

 

http://www.fernscountrystore.com/

 

(Fern’s is the official country store of the JOTW network.  Stop in and tell them you heard about Fern’s from JOTW and get a free cup of coffee!  Larry, I’m going to post this in the newsletter.)

 

Hey Ned, 

 

I'd be happy to share the editorial from our recent Ferns Country Store Pickle Barrel E-News with your loyal readers! However, YOUR readers should know that when we developed OpSki you were active duty at the time and you were instrumental in helping us launch the program. It was pretty 'out-of-the-box' for most of the military folks we were trying to work with. Probably due to the fact that it was one of the first times all branches were brought together in a cooperative effort. But you helped penetrate some of the key naysayers which paved the way for us. And when you were CO of the Naval Media Center your intro of us to the Navy Marine Corps News staff resulted in the first and only on-mountian, slope side production of the weekly news. Operation Ski & Snowboard was, without question, a tremendous success with thousands of military personnel and their families were able to enjoy the benefits of our OpSki program – - without costing the taxpayers one dime! Ultimately, when the dot-com bust hit, we were no longer able to sustain the program. And unfortunately, no one was willing to pick it up to continue it. 

By the way, your readers are also welcome to subscribe for our free Pickle Barrel e-news:

 

http://www.listcast.com/x?oid=24464m

 

Best, 

 

Larry

 

***  Disabled Sportsmen and Wounded Warriors Participate in Numerous Deer Hunts

 

The Virginia Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation Wheelin' Sportsmen program, The Virginia Deer Hunters Association, Sunrise Hunt Club in Sussex, and Fort A.P. Hill sponsored deer hunts for disabled sportsmen, veterans and wounded warriors throughout December. For details on these and other events and hunt event applications for future programs, visit the VANWTF website. Are you interested in volunteering to assist with an event or have a friend that is interested? Visit the Virginia National Wild Turkey Federation Web site to find numerous links to opportunities and information. The Virginia Deer Hunters Association also hosts hunts for Wounded Warriors and disabled veterans. Steven Sears with Sunrise Hunt Club in Sussex County reported their fifth annual wounded warrior and veterans hunt was very successful utilizing the VDGIF wheelchair accessible hydraulic lift stands for hunting week. All 8 hunters arrived and 7 deer and two turkeys were taken Visit the organizations web sites for photos and inspiring stories of sportsmen volunteering to give back and express appreciation in a special way to servicemen who have sacrificed for us.

 

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/outdoor-report/2010/02/10/#people-and-partners-in-the-news

 

***  Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:
1.)  Desktop/Help Desk Support, Alion Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA

 

Job ID: 11406

 

Responsibilities 

 

Seeking HelpDesk Representative / Jr. Systems Analyst to provide technical support and troubleshooting to users by diagnosing and repairing common hardware, software, and user interface issues.   This position supports a Program Management System (PMS) / IDE that is utilized by hundreds of government and contractor users.

– Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via phone, and electronically.
– Diagnose and resolve software issues on all program supported applications.
– Determine source of user problems (hardware, software, user access, etc.).
– Research questions using available information resources.
– Advise user on appropriate action.
– Administer proprietary software.
– Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention.
– Track and route problems and requests and document resolutions.
– Stay current with systems information, changes, and updates.
– Act as liaison between user and development team to resolve issues.
– Participate in the installation, configuration, and upgrade of computer hardware and software.   

 

Qualifications 

 

Must be customer service oriented with strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.  Desire candidates with a college degree and 2 years of relevant work experience.  In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 4 years of applicable work experience or a proven aptitude for this work.  Experience testing software and related products a plus.  Must have proven analytical and problem-solving abilities, and have the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.  Desire candidates that are highly motivated, who possess a keen attention to detail, and who possess experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.  Must have a thorough knowledge of PC applications, PC hardware, and other network related devices.

 

Alion Science and Technology is an employee-owned technology solutions company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering experience, Alion brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: naval architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology; chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. 

 

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=11394

 

2.)  SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION SPEC, AAFES, Dallas, TX 

http://jobs.newmediahire.com/job/job-title-search-engine-optimization-spec-dallas-tx-aafes-3b769ef860/?d=1&source=site_home

 

***  From Alyson Teeter-Baker:

 

Hi Ned,

Below is a job announcement for the JOTW newsletter.

Best,
Aly Teeter

 

3.)  Administrative Officer (Public Affairs), 129th Rescue Wing, California Air National Guard, Mountain View, CA

 

Administrative Officer GS-0341-12:

Must have 36 months of specialized experience dealing with corporate/governmental executives in local media, business and governmental operations; experience that demonstrates the ability to serve as the Wing liaison to National Guard committee for employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; experience performing staff work at a group or higher level; experience that demonstrates the ability oversight for Wing protocol functions; experience representing Wing to federal, state and local officials as well as local news media; experience that demonstrates the ability to serve as Wing’s primary Public Affairs representative; experience that demonstrates the ability to serve as Point of Contact for legislative activities and Inspector General complaint process.

 

Download announcement at http://www.calguard.ca.gov/cahr/Documents/Job/AirTech/10-059A%20ADMINISTRATIVE%20OFFICER.pdf

 

4.)  Acquisition Analyst Sr, Alion Science and Technology, Arlington, VA

 

Responsibilities:

 

Tracks and monitors the delivery of hardware or services to the client by monitoring contract ceilings, deliverables, and vouchers.

Conducts financial trend analysis, life cycle acquisition tracking, including data entry, file maintenance, and data retrieval and reporting functions.

Uses complex quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develops risk reduction/mitigation approaches for improving acquisition/program planning, control, and execution.

Supports customers in the analysis and improvement of acquisition process policy and procedures.

Develops and validates viable business models for business partnerships and acquisitions.

Seeks out and researches prospective opportunities.

Provides support to upper management in deal negotiations, contract development, due diligence and other business development or alliance development projects.

Participates in meetings with business partnerships and acquisitions.

Prepares documentation, reports, and project plans to describe activities planned and accomplished, status reports, letters, memoranda, messages, and contact reports.

Prepares and presents formal briefings and staff seminars.

Provides guidance to less experienced Acquisition Analysts.

 

Qualifications

 

Bachelor’s degree in related discipline plus 5 to 7 years of directly related experience in a government contracting environment. Master’s degree preferred.

In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 10 years applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by
market survey data.

 

http://www.alionscience.com/erecruit/dsp_erecruit.cfm?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=11405

 

5.)  Editor, Center for Army Lessons Learned, Advancia, Fort Leavenworth, KS

https://tbe.taleo.net/NA6/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ADVANCIACORPORATION&cws=1&rid=175

 

6.)  Professor/Director Army Physical Fitness Research Inst., U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86016055

 

7.)  Adjunct Professor, Global History, including Women & War, Bay Path College, Longmeadow, MA

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175414506

 

8.)  Professor of Strategic Studies, Marine Corps War College, Quantico, VA

http://chronicle.com/jobs/0000622730-01

 

9.)  Chair of National Security Decision Making Department, Naval War College, Newport, RI

http://www.latinosinhighered.com/index.php?page=view_job&post_id=10483

 

10.)  Supervisory Curator, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=86170785

 

11.)  Military Intel Analyst 3, MAGTF Training System Support (MTSS), Northrop Grumman, Quantico, VA

http://careers.northropgrumman.com/ExternalHorizonsWeb/getJobPostDetail.do?sequenceNumber=194631

 

12.)  Computer Network Operations Planner, Booz Allen Hamilton, Annapolis Junction, MD

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=28786647

 

13.)  HUMINT Analyst, ManTech Int'l Corp., Reston, VA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=779772

 

14.)  Anti-Tamper Torpedo Systems Engineer, Sabre Systems, Inc., KEYPORT, WA

 

Founded in 1989, Sabre Systems, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Warminster, PA with offices nationwide. Sabre is a quality-driven, professional services company that provides worldwide technology, scientific, management, and administrative services to government and commercial clients. Sabre Systems, Inc. is currently recruiting for an Anti-Tamper Torpedo Systems Engineer to work in Keyport, WA.

 

Anti-tamper (AT) is a systems engineering approach to protecting the military’s critical technology from exploitation by assessing and identifying a system’s advanced technologies, developing engineering methods to protect the technology from unauthorized access or reverse engineering, and testing the methods of protection.

 

AT encompasses the systems engineering activities intended to prevent and/or delay exploitation of critical technologies in U.S. weapon systems. These activities involve the entire life-cycle of systems acquisition, including research, design, development, implementation, and testing of AT measures. Properly employed, AT will add longevity to a critical technology by deterring efforts to reverse-engineer, exploit, or develop countermeasures against a system or system component. AT is not intended to completely defeat such hostile attempts, but it should discourage exploitation or reverse-engineering or make such efforts so time-consuming, difficult, and expensive that even if successful, a critical technology will have been replaced by its next-generation version. AT implementation will be evaluated during the program’s developmental and operational testing through expert assessment. 

 

Job Description:

•As related to the design/redesign of submarine, surface ship, and air-launched torpedo components, subsystems and systems, provide systems engineering support that includes the implementation of AT planning and execution in the design process to ensure compliance with regulations, and other AT guidance, as applicable. Guide programs through the AT process. Support government program offices in establishing Program Protection Integrated Product Teams (IPT) and lead IPTs, if required. Gain an understanding of Critical Program Information (CPI) identification in order to identify CPI and provide programs with CPI training and support to ensure correct identification and documentation of CPI.

•Review, develop and coordinate AT documents including Program Protection Plans (PPPs) and all appendices.  Attend and participate in acquisition program meetings, IPTs, technical interchanges, planning conferences, and various acquisition program protection planning working group meetings. Interface with program managers, design engineers, contractors and others in Government program offices and contractor offices. Provide reports including significant discussion, action item assignments, and recommendations as appropriate.

•Assess and evaluate mitigation efforts for system security threats and risks throughout the program life cycle for torpedo systems. Validate system security requirements definition and analysis. Assess security designs in hardware, software, data, and procedures. Analyze AT management and design implementation information and provide recommendations that are cost-effective alternatives and countermeasures to protect CPI and Critical System Resources. Work closely with government customers in the design of torpedo components, subsystems and systems to effectively and efficiently implement AT designs. Analyze computer-based system designs to determine potential penetration points. Evaluate new AT technologies and other information protection devices. 

•Candidate will be expected to travel to Newport, RI, and to Crane, IN.

 

Job Requirements:

•Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent, and at least 15 years in torpedo-related design and systems engineering experience.

•Individual must be able to interact successfully with personnel at all levels from all branches of military, government civilians, contractors and engineers.

•Direct experience interfacing with NAVSEA/NUWC technical and management personnel is highly desirable. 

•Broad knowledge of the AT and technology protection field is desired. Sabre’s customer will provide a limited period of on-the-job training in AT application and implementation within their working environment on existing programs.

•Must have knowledge of system engineering processes as related to torpedoes

•Experience with weapon system evaluation and analysis  

•Understanding of the DoD acquisition and gate process; and understanding of  the Navy organization 

•Knowledge of software and hardware development and design processes

•Demonstrated ability to prepare highly professional technical/engineering reports and give presentations

•Ability to plan and implement tasks independently

•Willing to travel to Washington, DC, other government facilities, and to prime contractors’ facilities at various locations.

•Travel to CRANE, NSWC facilities in IN will be expected.

 

Candidate must have an active Secret Clearance and be able to obtain a Top Secret Clearance.

Sabre Systems provides an excellent benefits package which includes healthcare, paid days off, tuition reimbursement, and a 401K plan.  To learn more about positions at Sabre Systems, please visit us on the web at http://www.sabresystems.com

EOE

https://sabresystems.ats.hrsmart.com/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=1477

 

15.)  Weapons Effects Analyst, SPARTA, Omaha, NE

http://careers.sparta.com/?adata=lDcTyOlXYwIDJlZnPQf4MRrjjJ7MzmyWv%2fJ7%2bFH%2bdrNrcjDmBsdI%2fG%2fl%2b7S9xjD9shfu9bQAbteX6PdBm9jrfUpMl8yZDP4g

 

16.)  Technical Director- Air Defense Weapons Syst, General Dynamics – IT, Quantico, VA

http://www.resumeware.net/gdns_rw/gdns_web/job_detail.cfm?reqnum=165292

 

17.)  Training SME – IED; All-Source; EOD Weapons, The Hinkle Group, Reston, VA

http://www.clearancejobs.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=1233398&ref=indeed

 

18.)  Program Assistant, Analytic Services Inc., Fort Belvoir, VA

 

Program Assistant supporting Human Resource functions of the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program within the Defense Threat Reduction Agency 

  

The applicant should have significant experience in the Human Resources field to include civilian and military records management, benefits, retention, recruitment, policy development, and office administration.

 

Applicant should have the ability to deliver relevant and accurate information, analysis and insight by researching various Human Resources related issues. 

 

Applicant should be fully versed in the provision of executive program administration in supporting program vision, goals and objectgives.

 

The applicant should possess a Associates Degree in the Human Resources field.  Bachelors Degree desirable.

  

Job Requirements  

  

  ·         Must possess a TOP SECRET/SCI Clearance.

 

·         Microsoft Office familiarity

 

·         Able to work in a fast-paced team environment and adapt to rapidly changing requirements

 

·         Excellent verbal and written communication skills

 

http://careers.anser.org/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?OAFunc=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&p_svid=1274&p_spid=59015

 

19.)  Senior Cost Analyst – Weapons Systems, Technomics, Arlington, WA

http://technomics.net/opportunities.html

 

 

20.)  Cyber Damage Assessment Analyst, Mid, Booz Allen Hamilton, Charlottesville, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=28945697

 

21.)  Project Weapons Security Classification Analyst, URS Corporation, Fort Belvoir, VA

https://www.urs.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=42485&sid=364

 

22.)  Finance Manager, BAE Systems Technology Sol & Svc, Hampton, Virginia
http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=19883

 

***  Thank you for sharing this week’s DEFCON-1 newsletter.  Visit our website at http://www.yourdefcon1.com/.  You can also read previous issues at www.nedsjotw.com or on Topica at http://lists.topica.com/lists/DCO/read.

 

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