DEFCON 1 Newsletter for November 9, 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 November 9, 2011

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career advice for those who are part of the global defense, aerospace,
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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.)
 Human Resource Administrator, MCR,
McLean, VA

2.)  Director of Marketing—Military & Federal,
Tutor.com, Arlington, VA

3.)  Executive Assistant to the CEO, United States
Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

4.)  Signature Research Analyst, TASC Inc.,
Clarendon, Virginia 

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

6.)  CBRNE COTS Maintainer, Camber Corporation,
Winchester, KY

7.) 
Capture Manager, Strategic Planning and Command Communications, OMNITEC
Solutions, Inc., telecommuting/remote position based in the Washington, DC
8.)  8.)  System
Safety Engineer – Electronic Warfare (EW), URS, Dahlgren, VA

9.)  Sr. Technical Recruiter – Defense Group,
Dynamics Research Corporation, Andover, MA

10.)  Director/Foreign Relations & National
Security, The American Legion, Washington, DC

11.)  Sr Facilities Engineer I, Raytheon Dulles HUB
Facility, Dulles, VA

12.)  Emergency Management Specialist, Commander,
Navy Installations, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC

13.)  STP Instructor (Abu Dhabi), Texas A&M
University, Abu Dhabi, UAE

14.)  C-RAM / Air Missile Defense Planning and
Control System Analyst, Fire Center of Excellence, Capabilities Development
Integration Directorate (CDID), Air Missile Defense Requirements Branch, Wyle,
Ft. Sill, Oklahoma

15.)  Material Coordinator, Honeywell
International, Clearwater, FL

16.)  Full Motion Video (FMV) Analyst, Vykin,
Washington, DC

17.)  Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, U.S.
Army Accession Command, Fresno County, CA

18.)  Protection Operations Specialist – CBRNE,
Battelle, Jacksonville, NC

19.)  IT Security Instructor Developer / Jr. System
Engineer (FBI), SAIC, Quantico, VA

20.)  COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, General Atomics,
San Diego, CA

 

…and
more!

 

SNA
GWC Holiday Social – December 14

Location: 
Sine’s Irish Pub
1301 S Joyce St
Arlington, VA 22202

Time:  1630-1830

Cost:  No Cost to SNA Members and $5 for Nonmembers
Includes hors d'oeuvres and a ticket for one free drink.

Toys for Tots donations in the form of money or toys collected at
the event.  If you are unable to attend
and would like to make a donation, please contact
dgarrynavysna@aol.com

RSVP Required: https://www.navysna.org/Events/HolidayParty/2011GWCHoliday.asp

SNA GWC November Luncheon – November 17

Speaker: 
Commodore Stephen P. Woodall, CSC, RAN
Naval Attaché, Embassy of Australia

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 2012 Events:

January 10-12,
2012 – SNA National Symposium

March 3, 2012 –
SNA GWC Dining Out

***  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

 

***  From Mark Sofman:

 

Those
of you who are technically adept…

 

…will
appreciate this  😉

 

http://bit.ly/rAdkT8

 

***  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

 

***  The American Society of Naval Engineers is proud to
present ASNE Day 2012: Naval Warfare – Critical Engineering
Challenges
on February 9-10, 2012 in Arlington, VA.

Call for Student Posters at ASNE Day 2012

ASNE is actively seeking student participants for the ASNE Day 2012 Student
Poster Session. To submit a poster for consideration, please send a brief
abstract to Dr. Leigh McCue at mccue@vt.edu by December 1, 2011. For more
information on submitting an abstract, please visit the Student Call for Posters.

ASNE Day 2012 Student Program Highlights

  • FREE access to all the ASNE Day 2012 events, including the plenary
    and technical sessions.
  • Posters featured in the
    ASNE Day 2012 exhibit hall, providing students visibility in front of
    potential employers in both government and industry.
  • Exciting tour of a naval
    history landmark with views of Washington, D.C.
  • Participation in the
    Student Congress, creating a dialogue with peers from schools across the
    country.

***  The Surface Navy
Association (SNA) Scholarship program is an annual activity that SNA is very
proud to offer to our members’ dependent children and spouses for undergraduate
and graduate education.  The academic achievements of our scholars are
impressive and our current year’s renewal GPA (for those asking for a second
through fourth year of support) was 3.64. 

 

An
SNA Scholar receives an academic scholarship based on demonstrated leadership,
community service, academic achievement and commitment to pursuing higher
educational objectives. Our criteria require that an applicant be a child,
stepchild, ward or spouse of a current SNA member who is a Surface Warfare
Officer or Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist or Officers and Enlisted members
of the Coast Guard who’ve earned a permanent Cutterman’s pin, with three years
of sea time.

 

With
humble beginnings in 1995, with one scholarship for $500, we now award over
$120,000 per year to 60 total individuals.  In fact, since 2002 we have provided nearly three quarters of a
million dollars in scholarship support to our members and families. 

 

This
past year, SNA received over 50 applications and was able to award scholarships
to 17 of these outstanding new applicants. With your help, we can continue to
grow this exceptional program. SNA is currently accepting donations for the
scholarship fund online at:

 

https://www.navysna.org/SNA/ScholarshipCCDonation.asp

 

The Surface Navy Association greatly values any
donation and all donations are tax deductible as SNA is a 501(c) 3
organization. As an example of the financial clout we can have together, if
every member gave just $25, it would be enough to award over 20 fully-funded
new scholarships. This is an important way for us to invest in the futures of
the families of our nation’s Surface Warriors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

1.)
 Human Resource Administrator, MCR,
McLean, VA

 

THE
COMPANY

 

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.

 

Duties

 

Serves
as Administrative Assistant to the Department of Human Resources. Will work
under limited supervision and must have the ability to work without detailed
assignments. Exercises considerable judgment for selecting appropriate methods
for completing tasks.

 

Responsibilites:

 New Hire Orientation

 Prepares and maintains new hire orientation
packages

 Be prepared to provide packages upon request.
Ensure that all field offices have and are using most updated and first
generation copies of forms in orientation packages.

Conducts
new hire orientation providing benefits overview for local hires

 Ensure that all new hire paperwork is
collected and in a timely manner

 

Distribute
Summary Plan Booklets & Other Materials

 Provide new hires with summary plan
descriptions

 Responsible for the distribution of materials
and forms to employees

 

File
Folders Maintenance

Ensure
that all required forms are included and file in a timely manner

 Follow up with employee and/or group admin to
provide missing forms

Maintain
folders in a neat, presentable manner and easily retrievable manner

File
forms in appropriate HR folders.

 

Administers
and maintains employees benefit enrollment

Ensure
that employees complete and submit insurance form in a timely manner

 Prepare enrollment forms and submit to various
insurance companies for processing

 Follow up with employees and/or group admin
about missing enrollment forms

 

Invoice
Reconciliation

 Ensure that all monthly invoices are submitted
to accounting

 Review invoices for discrepancy and reconcile
with vendor

 Process additions and termination in a timely
manner

 Process change of address with insurance
companies

 Reconciliation of benefits deductions/changes
for payroll

 

Form
I9 Maintenance

 Ensure that Form I9 are completed correctly
and in a timely manner

 Complete employment verification using
e-verify

File
and maintain Form I9 for easily retrieval

Assign
tickler to tract expire documentation and follow up with employees

 

New
Hire Reporting

 Prepare necessary documentation to report to
comply with new hire reporting.

 Ensure that all new hire are reported

 

Terminations

 Send termination notice to group

 Prepare termination checklist for accounting

 Prepares terminated employee’s folder and
prepare for storage

 Executes PAFs

Prepares
QBs (COBRA notice) for terminating employees

 

Additional
duties

Address
incoming mail and distribute or process as appropriate

 Prepares verification of employment

 Facilitate background investigation

 Process 401k distribution – prepares vesting
schedule and file distribution binder.

 Prepares reports as assigned

 Perform administrative duties such as typing,
filing, mailing, making copes, posting

Assist
on special projects and performs other duties as assigned to assist with the
day to day operations of the HR department

 

Qualifications 

 

BS
with 2+ years HR administrative experience. Solid understanding of HR processes
and able to provide guidance to employees regarding HR policies, procedures and
programs. MS Word and Excel. Must be able to demonstrate superior
organizational skills and attention to detail. Experience with CostPoint.
Cognos and government experience is preferred.

 

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 an equal employment opportunity 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.

 

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=965

 

2.)  Director of Marketing—Military & Federal,
Tutor.com, Arlington, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=103709844

 

3.)  Executive Assistant to the CEO, United States
Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

 

The
United States Naval Institute is looking for an Executive Assistant to the CEO.

 

Performs
secretarial and executive support activities to assist the Chief Executive
Officer. 

 

Essential
Duties & Responsibilities
: 

 

·        
Performs a variety of administrative or executive
support tasks that are highly confidential and sensitive.

·        
Coordinates office management activities for the
CEO.

·        
Researches, compiles, assimilates, and prepares
confidential and sensitive documents, and briefs the CEO regarding content.

·        
Reads and screens incoming correspondence and
reports; makes preliminary assessment of the importance of materials and
organizes documents; handles some matters personally and forwards appropriate
materials to the CEO.

·        
Receives and screens incoming calls and visitors,
determines which are priority matters, and alerts the CEO accordingly. Makes
referrals to appropriate staff or provides requested information.

·        
Informs others of the CEO’s position on issues.

·        
Composes letters and memoranda in response to
inquiries.

·        
Acts as liaison between the CEO, subordinates or others,
by transmitting directives, instructions and assignments and following up on
the status of assignments.

·        
Produces a variety of documents, charts, and graphs
in final form.

·        
Updates CEO on status of issues before scheduled
meetings.

·        
Prepares agenda and collects materials for
meetings, speeches, and conferences; takes minutes and keeps records of
proceedings.

·        
Plans and coordinates arrangements for professional
conferences.

·        
Reviews, proofreads, and edits documents prepared
for the CEO’s signature.

·        
Takes and transcribes dictation on technical and
confidential matters from the CEO.

·        
Coordinates and facilitates the CEO's calendar to
arrange appointments, meetings, and conferences.

·        
Recommends actions to be taken on office
expenditures such as equipment and supply needs.

·        
Assists with preparation of the office budget.

·        
Compiles and maintains records, statistical
information, and reports.

·        
Participates in and /or coordinates committees or
task forces.

·        
Establishes and maintains various filing and
records management systems.

·        
Makes travel arrangements; prepares itineraries;
prepares, compiles and maintains travel vouchers and records.

·        
Operates standard office equipment.

·        
Performs related work as assigned.

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

 

·        
Knowledge of the application of instructions and
guidelines to specific problems.

·        
Knowledge of the department’s and work area’s
mission and its appropriate application.

·        
Knowledge of departmental policies, procedures, and
organizational relationships.

·        
Knowledge of the organization and composition of
letters, minutes, reports, charts and spreadsheets.

·        
Knowledge of correct English usage and grammar.

·        
Knowledge of office practices, processes, and
computer software programs.

·        
Knowledge of the organization and maintenance of
filing systems.

·        
Knowledge of scheduling and coordinating travel
arrangements.

·        
Ability to make decisions where precedents may not
be established.

·        
Ability to apply the overall mission of a
department to make administrative or executive support decisions.

·        
Ability to review several diverse reference
sources, select and synthesize data for reports and other forms of
correspondence.

·        
Ability to use diplomacy and discretion, when
giving out information and referring and directing callers and visitors.

·        
Ability to create presentations, charts, graphs,
databases, and spreadsheets with emphasis on Microsoft Powerpoint expertise.

·        
Ability to perform mathematical calculations.

·        
Ability to follow, apply, interpret, and explain
instructions and/or guidelines.

·        
Ability to determine work priorities.

·        
Ability to make decisions and take appropriate
actions.

·        
Ability to meet schedules and deadlines of the work
area.

·        
Ability to communicate effectively.

·        
Ability to compose routine correspondence and
reports.

·        
Ability to type at least 60 wpm.

·        
Ability to operate standard office equipment.

 

Supervisory
Responsibilities: None

 

Education
and Experience:

 

Seven years of administrative support experience
where use of a personal computer to prepare correspondence, reports, charts,
etc., or to enter/retrieve/update information is an essential part of the work,
including four years equivalent to executive level administrative support work.

Contact:

Ruth
Ann Raup, SPHR

Director
Human Resources

291
Wood Road

Annapolis
MD 21402

Phone
410.295.1062

Fax
410.295.1091

 

4.)  Signature Research Analyst, TASC Inc.,
Clarendon, Virginia 

http://www.intelligencecareers.com/jobs/jobview.cfm?jobid=3659752

 

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

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

 

6.)  CBRNE COTS Maintainer, Camber Corporation,
Winchester, KY

http://www.engineer-jobs.com/job.asp?id=38560900

 

***  From Nicholas Abid:

 

7.) 
Capture Manager, Strategic Planning and Command Communications, OMNITEC
Solutions, Inc., telecommuting/remote position based in the Washington, DC area
with ability to make meetings at Pax River in Lexington Park, MD (20670).

 

Please reply to Nick Abid at nabid@omnitecinc.com. In short, we seek a rare bird who can seek out &
identify new business opportunities, and then working closely with SME's
and other team members in managing the proposal response process. We
require some level of past expertise supporting one or more of the
following: 
Strategic Management, Dod or Navy ACAT Programs,
Business Process Improvement, and/or large Program Acquisition support. On the
corporate side, we need proven skills with: leading major proposals,
developing and supporting business strategy, marketing and branding activities
of our service areas. Experience in contract project management, cultivating
new customer relationships, investigating teaming opportunities and evaluating
and executing proposal activities including teaming arrangements, etc., is
required. Please visit
http://www.omnitecinc.com/employment/openings.asp, and
review the full description for job number 11.0023.MD. 

 

8.)  System Safety Engineer – Electronic Warfare
(EW), URS, Dahlgren, VA

https://www.urs.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=61242&CurrentPage=189&sid=364

 

9.)  Sr. Technical Recruiter – Defense Group,
Dynamics Research Corporation, Andover, MA

http://www.businessworkforce.com/jobs/sr-technical-recruiter-defense-group-andover-ma-37779941-job.html

 

10.)  Director/Foreign Relations & National
Security, The American Legion, Washington, DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=103133854

 

11.)  Sr Facilities Engineer I, Raytheon Dulles HUB
Facility, Dulles, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=103674425

 

12.)  Emergency Management Specialist, Commander,
Navy Installations, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/302268500

 

13.)  STP Instructor (Abu Dhabi), Texas A&M
University, Abu Dhabi, UAE

https://www.tamuengineeringjobs.com/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1320542793333

 

14.)  C-RAM / Air Missile Defense Planning and
Control System Analyst, Fire Center of Excellence, Capabilities Development
Integration Directorate (CDID), Air Missile Defense Requirements Branch, Wyle,
Ft. Sill, Oklahoma

http://careers.wyle.com/Careers.aspx?adata=4l5ZJBze39NmrRFL%2fO71ZpnpC4HS2tHhdB%2fxW8BtlvydQqvCOf4zlM5OjCRtYdBWiXfxEwhI4wVoCBI92dT7prPq1XpEQq92K%2bzwN4ArsYA%3d

 

15.)  Material Coordinator, Honeywell
International, Clearwater, FL

https://honeywell.taleo.net/careersection/9/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1574197

 

16.)  Full Motion Video (FMV) Analyst, Vykin,
Washington, DC

https://jobs-vykincorp.icims.com/jobs/1023/job

 

17.)  Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, U.S.
Army Accession Command, Fresno County, CA

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/301634000

 

18.)  Protection Operations Specialist – CBRNE,
Battelle, Jacksonville, NC

http://www.businessworkforce.com/job.asp?id=37851245&aff=91259E7E-9B28-4A3B-8BD3-7A86EA744DB8

 

19.)  IT Security Instructor Developer / Jr. System
Engineer (FBI), SAIC, Quantico, VA

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Quantico-IT-Security-Instructor-Developer–2F-Jr.-System-Engineer–28FBI-29-Job-VA-22134/1479031/\

 

20.)  COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, General Atomics,
San Diego, CA

 

The
General Atomics (GA) group of companies is a world renowned leader in
developing high-technology systems ranging from the nuclear fuel cycle to
electromagnetic systems; remotely operated surveillance aircraft; airborne
sensors; advanced electronic, wireless, and laser technologies; and biofuels.

 

We
currently have an exciting opportunity for a Communications Specialist to work
with our Strategic Communications team at our facility in La Jolla/Torrey
Pines.

 

This
position, in coordination with Corporate Communications, has the responsibility
for coordinating the development of an integrated communications function and
strategy for General Atomics Energy and Electromagnetic Systems

 

Primary
responsibilities will be designing, developing and implementing specific
communications, both internal and external, through a variety of media, to
strategically and clearly convey the programs and plans of the organization

 

Provides
necessary support in researching, writing and editing press releases, white
papers, speeches, presentation material, internal communications, online
communications and other related documents

 

Requires
frequent contact with senior internal personnel as well as representatives of
organizations external to General Atomics

 

Responsible
for developing, selecting, and reviewing editorials and special articles;.
gathering and analyzing data to obtain items for publication and verifying
facts

 

Bachelor's
degree in marketing, communications, or a related discipline and ten or more
years of progressive professional experience in the marketing or communications
field; equivalent experience may be substituted in lieu of education

 

The
individual must demonstrate extensive knowledge of marketing and communications
principles and concepts as well as a detailed and thorough understanding of
marketing and communications practices, techniques, and standards

 

Must
be customer focused and possess the ability to develop solutions to a variety
of unusual and complex problems

 

Excellent
verbal and written communication and presentation skills to accurately convey
information to a variety of audiences

 

Excellent
interpersonal skills to influence and guide employees, senior managers and
external parties

 

Excellent
computer skills

 

Ability
to work independently or in a team environment is essential as is the ability
to work extended hours and travel as required

 

DESIRABLE
QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Background
in journalism and contacts with local and national media and reporters is
desirable

 

Ability
to understand and translate technical language and concepts into products for
the lay person

 

Headquartered
in San Diego, CA, General Atomics maintains expansive facilities housing
engineering, laboratory, and manufacturing operations in Southern California
and various locations in the U.S.

 

http://hodes.jobhost.org/viewjob.php?id=1464639

 

 

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