DEFCON 1 Newsletter for October 26, 2011

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Exploring
the Future of Global Surface Combatant Fleets

 

Surface
Warships 2012 Paris

 

http://www.surfacewarships.com/Event.aspx?id=589698

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Defense
Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON
1 Newsletter for October 26, 2011

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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. 

 

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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.)  Program Analyst, MCR, Bolling AFB,
Washington, DC

2.)  SUPERVISORY PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Pearl
Harbor Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, HI

3.)  Senior Planner – Defense & Aerospace,
Barco, Duluth, Georgia

4.)  HR Generalist – Defense, ATK, Elkton, MD

5.)  Director of Business Development – DOD,
IntelliDyne, Falls Church, VA

6.)  Sr. Manager of Government Business
Development, Evergreen International Aviation Inc., Washington, DC

7.)  Maritime Piracy and Smuggling Intelligence
Analyst – (TS/SCI)-06886, National Maritime Intelligence Center, ARSONS/McMunn Associates,
Inc. (MAI), Suitland, MD

8.)  Maritime Analyst, Director (SES), DoD
Executive Agent for Maritime Domain Awareness, Deputy Under Secretary of the
Navy for Plans, Policies, Oversight, and Integration (DUSN PPOI), Cubic
Applications, Inc., Alexandria, VA

9.)  Strategic Planner, VSE Corporation, Fort
Belvoir, VA

10.)  Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment
Analyst, LinQuest Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO

11.)  LCS Mechanical Manager, Austal USA, Mobile,
Alabama

12.)  Functional Analyst 1, MCR, Springfield, VA

13.)  Modeling and Simulation Faculty Position –
Network & Cyber Security, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

14.)  Electric Fields Physicist Job, SAIC,
Washington, DC

15.)  Maintenance Specialist III (Ship
Restoration), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, La Porte, TX

16.)  Calibration Technician – Defense, ATK, Rocket
Center, WV

17.)  Algorithm Developer, MIT Lincoln Laboratory,
Lexington, Mass.

18.)  Vice President, U.S. Sales and Business
Development – Surveillance Business, FLIR Systems, Arlington, VA

19.)  Meeting Planner, National Defense Industrial
Association, Arlington, VA

20.)  Program Manager – Naval Warfare Training,
Parsons, Honolulu, Hawaii

21.)  (DCGS) Software Engineer 4B, L-3
Communications, Greenville, Texas

Executive
Director, Partnership for a Secure America, Washington, DC

22.)  Executive Director, Partnership for a Secure
America, Washington, DC

…and
more!

 

***  Surface Navy Association CAPT Raymond A.
Komorowski Photography Award

 

The
deadline for submissions for the Surface Navy Association’s annual

CAPT
Raymond A. Komorowski Photography Award is November 1 2011.

 

Please
don't forget to promote the .  Any
photograph relating to Surface Warfare will be considered.  The winning photo receives $500 and there are
also cash awards available for second, third and honorable mention. Deadline
for submissions is November 1, 2011. 
Please follow the guidelines below or see our website for details.

Both
amateur and professional photographers may submit pictures. There is a limit of
three (3) images per person. Digital images are preferred and must be no less
than 5″ x 7″ at 300 DPI. They should be emailed to
awards@navysna.org.  Each picture must be
accompanied with the photographer's name, address, phone number, and email.
Each picture should also have a caption.

 

If
you are unable to submit electronically hard copies can be sent to us at the
address below and must be postmarked by November 1 2011.  Image should not be smaller than 5″ x
7″.

It
is very important that entries NOT have been previously published, in any media
accessible to the general public or Navy-wide. Prior publication could result
in the relinquishment of prize awards. Entries must be submissioned by
established contest deadlines.  If you
submit a hard copy photo and would like it returned, please enclose a
self-addressed, stamped envelope with your entries.

Image
Usage:  Photographers retain ownership
and copyright of their submitted images. 
In consideration of the awards presented to the winning images,
photographers grant exclusive use of their winning images to the SNA for use in
their various media for the period of time from selection as winner to 30 days
after the National Symposium where the award is presented.  Additionally, photographers grant continued
non-exclusive use of their winning images to the SNA for use in their various
media and Surface Warfare Magazine for a period of three years after the
National Symposium.  SNA use of any
submitted images not winning awards will be at the discretion of SNA and
subject to arrangements with the respective photographers. 

 

PLEASE
ENSURE CONTACT INFORMATION IS CURRENT

 

Direct
entries to:

       

Surface
Navy Association

Photo
Award

2550
Huntington Ave, Suite 202

Alexandria,
VA 22303

 

***  Surface Warships 2012:

 

Exploring
the Future of Global Surface Combatant Fleets

 

In
a highly uncertain strategic environment, the ability to use the majority of
the world's surface, and reach most of its population makes maritime forces
those of choice for the world's main actors and their allies – and surface
warships are key components of such forces. Their need to police the oceans
against the dual threats of terrorism and piracy make surface warship
programmes a crucial and indispensable part of the future maritime environment.

 

Surface
Warships will provide the ideal environment for industry and naval professional
to discuss innovative future designs and the need to keep current vessels
battle ready through capability upgrades and refits.

 

23
– 25 January, 2012, Hyatt Regency, Paris, France

 

http://www.surfacewarships.com/Event.aspx?id=589698

 

 

***   Navy League Awards:

 

As
the year comes to an end, the 2011 Mackie Award and 2011 Public Relations
Recognition Award deadlines draw near.

 

Please
take a moment to review the following award and deadline information and follow
the links to view detailed submission instructions online.

 

Due
to the fact that awards are announced at National Convention, and the 2012
National Convention will take place in June, the Mackie Award and Public
Recognition Award deadlines are several months earlier.

 

Mackie
Awards

 

The
Donald M. Mackie Awards honor councils for excellent communication via council
newsletter and websites. First, second and third place newsletter and website
awards are presented to councils in small, medium and large size categories.

 

Submission
deadlines for the 2011 Mackie Awards:

Website:
December 31, 2011

Newsletter:
December 31, 2011

 

For
Mackie Award submission instructions, please go to http://www.navyleague.org/programs/mackie_award_instructions.html

 

Public
Relations Recognition Awards

 

The
Public Relations Recognition Awards honor councils for excellent Public
Relations initiatives, based on criteria outlined in the Public Relations
Recognition Program Reporting Form. Public Relations Recognition Awards are
presented to small, medium and large councils with the most accumulated Public
Relations activity points. Please use the Public Relations Recognition Program
Reporting Form to submit your council's report.

 

Submission
deadline for the 2011 Mackie Awards:

December
31, 2011

 

For
Public Relations Recognition Award submission instructions, please go to http://www.navyleague.org/communications/publicrelations/recognition_program.html

 

The
2011 Mackie Awards and 2011 Public Relations Recognition Awards will be
presented at the 2012 National Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

***  Corporate Gray “Security Clearance” Job Fair

 

If
you have a Department of Defense security clearance at the Secret or higher
level, you are invited to meet face-to-face with many top employers at the
Friday, November 4th Corporate Gray “Security Clearance” Job Fair at the
Waterford in Springfield, Virginia. Job fair hours are 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM with
a free employment seminar titled Understanding Your Value in the Cleared
Marketplace starting at 9:00 AM.

 

Some
of the participating employers include: Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, URS,
National Security Agency, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Verizon
Business, Verizon Wireless, L-3 MPRI, Camber, and more! Free to all “cleared”
job seekers. Business attire recommended. Bring many copies of your resume.

 

To
see a complete list of companies signed-up to date and to register in advance,
visit www.CorporateGray.com. 

 

Corporate
Gray “Security Clearance” Job Fair Waterford at Springfield

6715
Commerce Street

Springfield,
VA 22150

 

***  The Surface Navy Association Greater
Washington Chapter is pleased to announce that the speaker for the November
luncheon will be
Commodore Stephen P. Woodall, CSC, RAN, Naval Attaché, Embassy of Australia

Date: 
17 November 2011

Location:  Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Check-In
at 1130, Lunch at 1200

Register Online at:  https://www.navysna.org/Events/GWCLunch/2011/Nov2011.asp

 

Upcoming Events:

December 14 – SNA GWC Holiday Social at
Sine’s

January 10-12, 2012 – SNA National
Symposium

March 3, 2012 – SNA GWC Dining Out

 

***  From Bernie Wagenblast's Transportation
Communications Newsletter (To subscribe for free, please contact Bernie at bernie@bwcommunications.net.):

 

UK
Royal Navy Unveils Cutting-Edge Warfare Training System

Link
to BBC News story:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-15380802

Link
to video report from British Forces News:

http://youtu.be/wX4_-Bgig2I

 

***  Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:

 

1.)  Program Analyst, MCR, Bolling AFB, Washington,
DC

 

MCR
is the trusted leader in integrated program management solutions. For more than
30 years, we have provided objectivity, smart thinking and the highest levels
of support to help our clients get the job done, and done right. Our vast
experience and knowledgeable people are our greatest assets. Their subject
matter expertise, commitment to excellence and the high quality of their work,
combined with our full suite of services, allows our clients to accomplish
their missions and support national priorities. Our corporate values are based
on integrity, excellence, honesty, service and trust. It is through these
values that we form long-term client partnerships, build expertise, and attract
and retain talented employees. For more information about MCR, LLC career
opportunities, please visit www.mcri.com.

 

Description
of Duties:

 

·         Prepare resource initiative displays
and cost estimates using applicable cost models.

 

·         Develop briefings for presentation of
CI/HUMINT portions of GDIP/FCIP/MIP and other program budgets.

 

·         Track CI/HUMINT-related Congressional
actions, assist in apprising the DCHC as appropriate, and work within the
Defense CI/HUMINT Enterprise (DCHE) to answer short-lead questions.

 

·         Advise the government on out-year
impacts of execution year decisions, and coordinate mid-year and year-end
budget reviews with ODNI, OUSD(I), OUSD(C), and OMB

 

·         Assist the government in identifying
DCHE requirements and developing programs and initiatives to support the
acquisition of CI/HUMINT capabilities within NIP, MIP and other programs.

 

·         Assist the government in identifying
and validating new emerging CI/HUMINT requirements and unfunded initiatives to
support the acquisition of CI/HUMINT capabilities within NIP, MIP and other
programs.

 

·         Assist the government in directing,
compiling, organizing and justifying comprehensive, CI/HUMINT programs which
provide the DCHE with the required resources and which are defendable to the
GDIP/FCIP Program Manager, MIP program managers, OSD, ODNI, OMB and
Congressional oversight.

 

·         Assist the government in program and
management analysis in support of NIP, MIP and other program builds.

 

Requirements
for the Position:

 

The
Defense CI/HUMINT Enterprise (DCHE) Planning, Programming, Budgeting and
Execution (PPBE) 

 

analyst
will, in coordination with FE-DX and DIRMO, provide accurate, direct on-site
PPBE support to the D2X-6 Functional Management Branch (FMB) to help the
government determine, defend, acquire, and execute NIP and MIP resources for
the DCHE. Expertise is required in financial management.

 

*Must
have TS/SCI Clearance level

 

Compensation

 

MCR,
LLC’s compensation and benefits package is very competitive. It is designed to
help employees meet varying needs throughout their careers and to reward
employee's skills, experience, and potential.

 

Equal
Opportunity Employer

 

MCR
is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and
considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender,
age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual
orientation, or any other protected factor. 
In addition, MCR participates in the DHS E-Verify program.    M/F/V/D

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=942

 

***  From Christy Hagen, APR:

 

2.)  SUPERVISORY PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Pearl
Harbor Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor, HI

 

Job
Announcement Number: NW11035-14-5437104B165588

 

SALARY
RANGE: $94,022.00 to $122,226.00 / Per Year

OPEN
PERIOD: Friday, October 14, 2011 to Friday, October 28, 2011

SERIES
& GRADE: GS-1035-14

POSITION
INFORMATION: Full Time – Permanent

PROMOTION
POTENTIAL:14

 

WHO
MAY BE CONSIDERED: Current Permanent Federal Employees serving under career or
career conditional appointments in competitive service, Veteran's Employment
Opportunities Act (VEOA), and ICTAP Applicants.

 

JOB
SUMMARY:

The
Navy and Marine Corps team offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work
linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our
freedoms. Department of the Navy provides competitive salaries, comprehensive
benefits, and extensive professional development and training. From pipefitters
to accountants, scientists to engineers, doctors to nurses-the careers and
opportunities to make a difference are endless. Civilian careers-where purpose
and patriotism unite!

 

This
position is located in the Public Affairs Office (Code 1160) of the Executive
Support Staff (Code 100), Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate
Maintenance Facility.

 

Salary
will be increased by the applicable cost-of-living allowance (COLA), which is
subject to change without notice.

 

KEY
REQUIREMENTS

 

You
must be a US Citizen.

Must
be registered for Selective Service, see Legal & Regulatory Guidance.

Suitable
for Federal employment as determined by background investigation.

Selectee
may be required to successfully complete a probationary period.

You
must obtain and maintain a security clearance

Position
may require occasional travel.

 

DUTIES:

.         Supervises the public affairs office
staff, carrying out the full range of supervisory duties to include but not limited
to planning, assigning, and reviewing work of subordinates, evaluating their
performance, providing advice/counsel to subordinates on work and
administrative matters, approving/disapproving leave, generating award
recommendations, effecting disciplinary measures;

 

.         Designs, plans, manages, and maintains
a Congressional and Public Affairs program;

 

.         Serves as spokesperson and
communication channel between the Shipyard Commander and external agencies,
handles inquiries from congressional, state or municipal legislators and
officials as well as from the media;

 

.         Recruits, trains, and leads a Crisis
Communication team in support of the Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP)
Public Affairs Program, deploys as required in support of NNPP training and
operations;

 

.         Leads the public affairs group in the
command emergency control center;

 

.         Prepares public statements and news
releases, develops informational materials for the general public and other DoD
or DoN agencies;

 

.         Participates in executive decisions on
major policy formulation and advises the Shipyard Commander and Senior
Management on potential public reactions;

 

.         Manages the Historical Program and key
aspects of Theater Security Cooperation support for COMPACFLT;

 

.         Serves as Shipyard Media Manager
managing all Shipyard Audiovisual Operations including photography, artwork,
and video production.

 

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/300524500

 

3.)  Senior Planner – Defense & Aerospace,
Barco, Duluth, Georgia

https://barco.taleo.net/careersection/jobs/jobdetail.ftl?job=64843

 

4.)  HR Generalist – Defense, ATK, Elkton, MD

http://hodes.jobhost.org/viewjob.php?id=1478197

 

5.)  Director of Business Development – DOD,
IntelliDyne, Falls Church, VA

https://jobs-intellidyne.icims.com/jobs/1678/job

 

6.)  Sr. Manager of Government Business
Development, Evergreen International Aviation Inc., Washington, DC

http://jobs.aviationtoday.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site_id=1710&jb=8942694

       

7.)  Maritime Piracy and Smuggling Intelligence
Analyst – (TS/SCI)-06886, National Maritime Intelligence Center, ARSONS/McMunn
Associates, Inc. (MAI), Suitland, MD

 

ARSONS/McMunn
Associates, Inc. (MAI) is a proven performer with pertinent expertise in
maritime and intermodal transportation, infrastructure security, crisis
management and crisis recovery planning, operational analyst support,
counter-terrorism, blended learning and training. Parsons/MAI brings
contemporary insight and dedicated focus to both government and private sector
clients. Parsons makes the world a safer place.

 

This
is a full time, FLSA exempt position at the National Maritime Intelligence
Center, Suitland, MD. The analyst will work as part of a contractor team
supporting the customer’s counter-piracy efforts, where a high level of
interaction is maintained and expected. This position is contingent upon award
of the contract by the U.S. Government by approximately 01 September 2011. Some
CONUS and OCONUS travel is expected.

 

Description:

 

The
Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) conducts in-depth analysis of worldwide
maritime developments to assess overall patterns in the movement of vessels,
movement of high-interest cargoes and other items in the maritime domain that
may pose a threat to the security of the United States. Parsons supports this
effort with specialized analyses of commercial maritime operations focused on
issues of National Security interest and in-depth studies and reports.

 

The
incumbent will provide senior analytical support, conducting maritime piracy
and smuggling intelligence analysis and reporting. This will include
researching, collating, reviewing, evaluating, and integrating data from
multiple sources across all intelligence disciplines to assess the relevance
and significance of ashore maritime piracy network analysis and afloat
operational developments. Incumbent will identify intelligence gaps and develop
collection requirements, analytical tools, and methodologies to fill these
gaps. Participation in interagency and international meetings and conferences
may be required.

 

Qualifications:

 


A current TS clearance with SCI access is required.

 • All-source intelligence analyst

 • Piracy experience

 • Smuggling experience

 • Experience with IC databases

 • AFRICOM or CENTCOM maritime experience

 • Network analysis

 • Bachelor’s Degree or six years related
analytical experience working with Intelligence Community partners.

 • Knowledge of DoD operations, IC
organizations, and the intelligence collection process.

 • Demonstrated ability to brief senior
personnel on multiple issues.

 • Strong oral expression and demonstrated
writing ability.

 • 1 year practical work experience with
intelligence analysis tools, databases, and Microsoft Office products

 

Travel:

 

Some
CONUS and OCONUS travel is expected.

 

Compensation:

 

Highly
competitive total compensation package. Salary negotiable based on experience
and qualification.

 

Parsons
offers an ethical, challenging, diverse, rewarding and fun work experience
where enthusiastic, responsible people use their energy, talent and dedication
to make a difference in the world.

 

Candidates
are encouraged to apply at https://parsons.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=06886
or www.parsons.com/careers. We provide career growth and development, a
competitive compensation and benefits package which includes medical, dental,
vision, and life insurance; tuition reimbursement program; credit union
membership and 401(k) plan. Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer
committed to diversity in the workplace. M/W/D/V.

 

Company
History:

 

Founded
in 1944, Parsons, an engineering, construction, technical, and management
services firm with revenues of $2.7 billion in 2010, is 100% owned by the
Employee Stock Ownership Trust. We have been named by the Ethisphere Institute
as one of the World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies for 2011, our second
consecutive year on this prestigious list. This We conquer the toughest
logistical challenges and deliver design/design-build, program/construction
management, professional services, and innovative alternative delivery
solutions to private industrial customers worldwide as well as to federal,
regional, and local government agencies. Parsons is a leader in many
diversified markets with a focus on infrastructure, environmental, and
defense/security. Currently, more than 10,500 Parsons’ employees are engaged in
more than 4,500 projects in 50 states and 24 countries. These dedicated workers
speak 72 languages collectively, and hold more than 7,900 college degrees and
professional registrations. Parsons’ employees continue to go anywhere in the
world, meet every technical and management challenge, and persevere until the
job is done.

 

http://www.maritimesecurityjobs.com/2011/06/30/maritime-piracy-and-smuggling-intelligence-analyst-tssci-06886/

 

8.)  Maritime Analyst, Director (SES), DoD
Executive Agent for Maritime Domain Awareness, Deputy Under Secretary of the
Navy for Plans, Policies, Oversight, and Integration (DUSN PPOI), Cubic
Applications, Inc., Alexandria, VA

 

Support
the Deputy Under Secretary of the Navy for Plans, Policies, Oversight, and
Integration (DUSN PPOI) and specifically, the Director (SES), DoD Executive
Agent for Maritime Domain Awareness, as a Project Manager and Maritime Analyst
performing senior staff administrative duties to include research, integration,
and coordination of government agency maritime activities. This position will
primarily support the Capabilities Based Planning Division Director and the
Interagency Solutions Analysis (IASA) project. Responsibilities require an
understanding of DoD decision processes including the Joint Staff’s JCIDS
requirements process. The prospective candidate must be self-motivated,
energetic, and able to handle elevated demand and pace. Candidates must possess
exceptional poise and demeanor, be capable of facilitating large group
discussions, and be comfortable briefing senior leadership while representing
the U.S. Government at a national level. A working knowledge of the national
MDA program and related activities a plus.

 

::
Mental/Physical Requirements:

 


Ability to work under stress and complete short fuse requirements.

 – Must be of sound physical and mental
condition.

 – Must be willing and able to travel.

 Applicant selected will be subject to a
government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for
access to classified information.

 

::
Education/Experience Requirements:

 


5-15 years experience; 4-yr degree.

 – Basic computing skills; Microsoft Office
proficiency.

 – Strong personal communication and briefing
skills; project management skills; excellent writing abilities.

 – Must be comfortable interacting with senior
government executives, military personnel, and other contractors performing
staff functions and coordinating actions between various government
organizations.

 

http://www.maritimesecurityjobs.com/2011/06/30/maritime-analyst-20w-c016-11/

 

9.)  Strategic Planner, VSE Corporation, Fort
Belvoir, VA

http://careers.vsecorp.com/Careers.aspx?adata=GZWIGmaX9QW8bEUiirnCouB4x9dpAI9qa18Y8xHE%2b2A843xiSK4mPsq0UKTv5TKMreyIMMlN%2bxNRJfMKivo3RA%3d%3d

 

10.)  Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment
Analyst, LinQuest Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO

http://recruit.trovix.com/jobhostmaster/jobhost/ViewJobPostDetails.do?title=INTEGRATED+TACTICAL+WARNING%2fATTACK+ASSESSMENT+ANALYST&jobPostId=y3ulkgjymbe75eo52tug72472e&accountId=1b8039e4729727eb23229ec758287f2a1004bbbf&button=&action=viewDetails&tid=0207-7jx2ztbscfd2dnujht73gebl3g

 

11.)  LCS Mechanical Manager, Austal USA, Mobile,
Alabama

http://jobs.defensedaily.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=2160&jb=8841201

 

12.)  Functional Analyst 1, MCR, Springfield, VA

 

MCR
is the trusted leader in integrated program management solutions. For more than
30 years, we have provided objectivity, smart thinking and the highest levels
of support to help our clients get the job done, and done right. Our vast
experience and knowledgeable people are our greatest assets. Their subject
matter expertise, commitment to excellence and the high quality of their work,
combined with our full suite of services, allows our clients to accomplish
their missions and support national priorities. Our corporate values are based
on integrity, excellence, honesty, service and trust. It is through these
values that we form long-term client partnerships, build expertise, and attract
and retain talented employees. For more information about MCR, LLC career opportunities,
please visit www.mcri.com.

 

Description
of Duties:

 

·         Develop metrics and perform analysis
to determine utility of proposed architectures based upon multiple capability
attributes.

 

·         Analyze end-to-end architecture
concepts and advanced technologies/their capability to support National,
Theater, and Tactical Communities.

 

·         Assist in cooperatively defining
high-level simulation functional capabilities required in modeling advanced ISR
systems.

 

·         Work closely with the customer to
understand their study needs.

 

·         Conduct analysis of Intelligence,
Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Cycle simulation results.

 Evaluate and compared analysis results
creating tables and graphs for each architecture and segment of the TCPED
cycle.

 

·         Brief the customer and community
members (as necessary) on the status of the assumptions and analytical results
on an on-going basis.  

      Develop modeling and simulations
(M&S) tool metrics and analyze how well M&S tools  

      perform against these metrics.

 

Requirements
for the Position:

 

·         Familiarity with the Intelligence
Community – knowledge of GEOINT related activities spanning across the
Intelligence Community

 

·         Familiarity with imagery requirements
definition, GEOINT Requirements structure and understanding of derived
collection deck development. Understanding of the Community Information Needs
Forecast a plus.

 

·         Familiarity with community GEOINT
Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination architectures,
processes and capabilities. Operational experience a plus.

 

·         Familiarity with one or more of the
available GEOINT associated TPED M&S tools such as EXPERT, EXTEND, is
beneficial.

 

·         Familiar with concepts of
Multi-attribute Utility Analysis

 

     *Proficient user of MS Office applications

 

     *Must hold an active TS/SCI clearance

 

Compensation

 

MCR,
LLC’s compensation and benefits package is very competitive. It is designed to
help employees meet varying needs throughout their careers and to reward
employee's skills, experience, and potential.

 

Equal
Opportunity Employer

 

MCR
is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and
considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender,
age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual
orientation, or any other protected factor. 
In addition, MCR participates in the DHS E-Verify program.    M/F/V/D

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=950

 

13.)  Modeling and Simulation Faculty Position –
Network & Cyber Security, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

http://jobs.defensedaily.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=2160&jb=8823972

 

14.)  Electric Fields Physicist Job, SAIC,
Washington, DC

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Washington-Electric-Fields-Physicist-Job-DC-20001/1383097/

 

15.)  Maintenance Specialist III (Ship
Restoration), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, La Porte, TX

http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/business/jobs/postings/?page=12_03_016

 

15.)  Calibration Technician – Defense, ATK, Rocket
Center, WV

 

ATK
is a premier aerospace and defense company with more than 18,000 employees in
22 states, Puerto Rico and internationally, and revenues in excess of $4.8
billion. Our mission is to ensure that our customers accomplish their mission —
whether it’s a technological breakthrough, a satellite launch, or a military
operation. We are a Fortune 500 company and the world’s leading supplier of
solid rocket motors, a leading provider of space systems, and the nation’s
largest manufacturer of ammunition.

 

This
position is located at our Rocket Center WV facility near Cumberland MD. It
will support the calibration and certification of physical dimensional and
electronic equipment.

 

Responsibilities


Calibrate and certify measurement and test equipment used for production and
inspection of product.


Documentation of results

 

Requirements


Associate of Science degree strongly preferred, or minimum 5 years directly
related work experience in dimensional or mechanical field of study


Minimum 2 years experience (with an Associates Degree) in a calibration
laboratory


Knowledge and ability to calibrate and certify measurement and test equipment
used for production and inspection of product


Experience with but not limited to:


Multimeters


Power Supplies


Temperature – Humidity Recorders


Thermocouples


Igniter Circuit Testers


Thermometers & Pyrometers


Digital Temperature Indicators


Resistors / Resistance Devices


Linear Potentiometers


Chart Recorders


Pressure Gages


Cylindrical Ring Gages


Micrometers


Thread Plug Gages, Standard 60°, ACME 29°, Buttress


Dial and Digital Indicators


Calipers, Vernier, Dial and Digital


Force Gages


Height Gages, Vernier, Dial and Digital


Plug Gage, Plain Cylindrical


Thread Ring Gages, Adjustable.

 

Also:


Basic shop math is required.


Knowledge of Statistical Process Control techniques is helpful.


Experience using calibration procedures and instruments of calibration.


Familiarity with ANSI/Z540 and ISO 17025 is helpful.


Experience using Microsoft Office, Excel, Access and SharePoint.


Strong interpersonal and customer service skills are needed.


Candidate must be able and will to work flexible schedules including 1st, 2nd
shifts or split shifts. Associate of Science degree strongly preferred, or
minimum 5 years directly related work experience in dimensional or mechanical
field of study.


Ability to obtain a Secret Clearance which requires US Citizenship as a
pre-requisite

 

ATK
is on the move. We have the people, strategy, agility, and products to thrive
in a highly dynamic national security and space environment. If you are a
dynamic, successful, driven professional, ATK is the company that will further
your experience and career growth. We offer a highly competitive salary,
comprehensive benefits including, full Medical & Dental, 401k, Tuition
reimbursement, and much more. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we are
committed to a diverse workforce.

 

http://www.atk-jobs.com/job/Rocket-Center-Calibration-Technician-Defense-Job-WV/1471315/

 

17.)  Algorithm Developer, MIT Lincoln Laboratory,
Lexington, Mass.

 

The
Chemical and Biological Defense Systems Group develops systems and technology
for disaster preparedness, detection, mitigation, and attribution, with emphasis
on chemical and biological defense. Principal sponsors are the Department of
Homeland Security and the Department of Defense. The work of this group is
highly interdisciplinary; as a result, the backgrounds of the researchers are
diverse, including engineering (electrical, mechanical, chemical, biomedical),
physics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, and biology. Rigorous
systems analyses produce system architectures and recommend research areas to
guide government investment. These analyses are grounded by modeling and
simulation of threats and defenses and by data analysis. Sensor development is
conducted at several levels, including initial measurements of detection
signatures, proof-of-concept experiments for biological or chemical assay or
electro-optic sensors, integration into autonomous sensors along with
development of the associated electronics and algorithms, and rigorous
field-testing in relevant environments. The group develops and tests
multitechnology integrated systems in operational settings. The integrated
systems include significant algorithm development to fuse multisource
information. Emerging thrusts in the group include support for additional
Homeland Security missions, natural disaster management, forensics, and electronics
and algorithm support for other MIT Lincoln Laboratory missions.

 

This
position requires an engineer or computer scientist to aid in the research,
development, and testing of data interpretation algorithms for Homeland
Defense, Department of Defense, or Intelligence Community applications, with an
emphasis on image and video processing. For defined problems, candidates will
be expected to evaluate existing data interpretation techniques, propose
solutions for data interpretation problems based on careful analysis, code
proof-of-concept software systems, and assess performance on realistic data
sets. Candidates will also be expected to help identify emerging trends within
the machine vision field, as well as their application to US Government data
interpretation operations. Candidates should have general knowledge in the
fields of machine learning, pattern recognition, probability theory,
image/video processing, and basic software development.

 

Requirements:

 

The
candidate must possess a Ph.D. in computer science, mathematics, electrical
engineering, or an equivalent field. In lieu of an Ph.D. degree, an M.S degree
with at least five years of directly related research experience will be
considered. Prior experience with machine vision algorithms is required, as is
broad familiarity with machine learning, pattern recognition, and probability
theory concepts. Proficiency with Matlab or C/C++ development environments is
strongly desired.

https://www.ll.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3080

 

18.)  Vice President, U.S. Sales and Business
Development – Surveillance Business, FLIR Systems, Arlington, VA

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2004839

 

19.)  Meeting Planner, National Defense Industrial
Association, Arlington, VA

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4525681

 

20.)  Program Manager – Naval Warfare Training,
Parsons, Honolulu, Hawaii

http://linkedin-api.simplyhired.com/a/li-api/view/jobkey-4842456d24273ff95bd644bc60b466cabd2f47d2/jp-2/

 

21.)  (DCGS) Software Engineer 4B, L-3
Communications, Greenville, Texas

https://l3com.taleo.net/careersection/l3_ext_us/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=254340&src=REF-10280

 

22.)  Executive Director, Partnership for a Secure
America, Washington, DC

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4541199

 

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