DEFCON 1 Newsletter for December 7, 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&utm_campaign=MCRI&utm_medium=MCRI_banner&utm_source=MCRI.COM&MAC=19514.002_MCRI_SP/

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Defense
Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON
1 Newsletter for December 7, 2011

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Benjamin Disraeli

 

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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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.) 
Research Program Support Specialist, MCR, Arlington, VA

2.) 
Senior Program Support Specialist, MCR, Arlington, VA

3.)  Online Editor, U.S. Naval Institute,
Annapolis, MD

4.)  Attorney-Advisor, Defense Logistics Agency,
Fort Belvoir, Virginia 

5.)  Senior Science Advisor, Office of the
Secretary of the Army, Fort Belvoir, VA

6.)  PM UAS Assistant Flight Operations Manager,
MCR, El Mirage, CA

7.)  Assistant Commissioner, Training and
Development, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, Department Of Homeland
Security, Washington DC

8.)  Senior Orbit Dynamicist & Mission, Johns
Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, MD

9.)  Aircraft Integration Technician, BAE Systems,
Quantico, VA

10.)  USCG Field Engineer, High Level Security
Clearance (TS/SCI),
United States Coast Guard Intelligence
Program (CGIP), Office of ISR Systems & Technology (CG-26),
Fulcrum IT
Services, LLC, Washington, DC

 

11.)  PM
UAS Program Integrator
, MCR, Huntsville, AL

12.)  Supv Public Affairs Officer, National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, Springfield, VA

13.)  Systems Engineer, PM Reconnaissance &
Amphibious Raids, Infantry Weapons Systems Directorate, Marine Corps Systems
Command (MARCORSYSCOM), Fulcrum Corporation, Quantico, VA

14.)  Director,
White House Airlift Operations, HQ USAF and Support Elements, Department of the
Air Force, Washington, DC

15.)  Navy/ USCG Microwave Network Instructor –
International, Security Assistance Training Team to the Lebanese Navy, AMERICAN
SYSTEMS, Beirut, Lebanon

16.)  Faculty Engineer, Fluids and Structural
Mechanics, Fluid Research, Penn State Applied Research Laboratory, University
Park, PA

17.)  SOFTWARE ENGINEER PRIN-ENG14, L-3 Global
Security & Engineering Solutions, Colorado Springs, Colorado

18.)  Training Analyst, Sonalysts, Colorado
Springs, CO

19.)  Training Specialist IV (SPA-301) with Security
Clearance, Bowhead Technical and Professional Services, 29 Palms, CA

20.)  Senior Acquisition Analyst, Quantech
Services, LA AFB, California

 

…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

***  Navy Accepting Applications for 2013
Astronaut Candidate Class
http://www.navy.mil/swf/mmu/mmplyr.asp?id=16540

 

***  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&utm_campaign=MCRI&utm_medium=MCRI_banner&utm_source=MCRI.COM&MAC=19514.002_MCRI_SP/

 

***  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:

 

Two
DEFCON 1 “Can’t Wait” job opportunities from MCR

 

1.)  Research Program Support Specialist, MCR, Arlington,
VA

 

A Masters or PhD degree in
engineering or science from an accredited college or university with at least
five years experience, or a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or
university with at least ten years experience in S&T program management in
S&T discipline related to the above scope of work. Documented experience
with working knowledge of: (1) Government defense programs, and (2) the
evaluation of proposed solutions in specified or related areas is required.
Demonstrated ability to work in and coordinate teams of experts in the
accomplishment of complex tasks.

 

The Candidate shall provide
engineering, technical program management and technical specialist support to
ONR science and technology programs in general. Tasks will include, but not be
limited to, some of the following specific ONR programs:

· Advanced Electrical
Power Systems (AEPS) Program

· Electrical
Actuation Program

· Computational
Mechanics Program

· Shipboard Thermal
Management Program

· National Naval
Responsibility for Naval Engineering

· Seabasing Enablers
Program

· Ship Design
Synthesis and Analytical Tools

· Advanced Sea
Platforms

· Ship Structures
Program

· Ship Propulsion
Systems Program

· Topside and
Underwater Signatures Program

· Ship Survivability
Program

 

Contact Paul Cole

MCR

571-227-6960

pcole@mcri.com

 

2.) 
Senior Program Support Specialist,
MCR, Arlington, VA

 

A Bachelors degree from an
accredited college or university, preferably in an engineering or scientific
discipline, and at least seven years of management experience in R&D,
preferably S&T programs. Additional experience with Navy laboratories and
Systems Commands is desired. Ability to develop and execute complex technical
tasks, to apply analytical problem solving methodologies, to provide technical
direction to it's support staff, to interface with Government and other
contractor personnel, and to effectively identify and allocate resources.
Demonstrated ability to coordinate teams of experts in the accomplishment of
complex tasks.

The Candidate shall provide
engineering, technical program management and technical specialist support to
ONR science and technology programs in general. Tasks will include, but not be
limited to, some of the following specific ONR programs:

· Advanced Electrical
Power Systems (AEPS) Program

· Electrical
Actuation Program

· Computational
Mechanics Program

· Shipboard Thermal
Management Program

· National Naval
Responsibility for Naval Engineering

· Seabasing Enablers
Program

· Ship Design
Synthesis and Analytical Tools

· Advanced Sea
Platforms

· Ship Structures
Program

· Ship Propulsion
Systems Program

· Topside and
Underwater Signatures Program

· Ship Survivability
Program

 

Contact Paul Cole

MCR

571-227-6960

pcole@mcri.com

 

***  From Judy Heise:

 

3.)  Online Editor, U.S. Naval Institute,
Annapolis, MD

 

SUMMARY:
The online editor coordinates the aggregation and online publication of
editorial material from all teams of USNI content providers.  Also responsible for developing original,
web-exclusive content topic ideas, and coordinating event-driven news of
particular interest to the USNI audience. 
Works closely with media marketing director to insure uniform approach
and maintain overall design and content standards for online products. 

 

ESSENTIAL
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

       Evaluates content from all available USNI
sources on issues of importance to USNI’s audience.

 

       Ensures that online content conforms to
USNI standards and ethics.

 

       Considers all rights issues associated
with repurposing content for use online.

 

       Prepares and publishes daily online
updates using back-end content management system.

 

       Recruits and manages online content
professional writing group with input from all other content team leaders for
rapid turn, 750-word treatments on breaking and event-driven topics.

 

       Participates in development and nurturing
of junior author group.

 

       Attends, coordinates with Conference
group, and publishes results online at USNI Conferences.

 

       Edits online content for accuracy,
clarity, and length.  Writes titles,
subheads, and captions.  Reviews all
content pages prior to publishing online.

 

       Develops weekly slates of online content
subjects, striving for a balance of topics, and coordinates special focus and
anniversary sections.

 

       Attends monthly editorial board meetings
to represent the Institute’s online editorial initiatives and needs.

 

       Attends internal content meetings for
Proceedings, Naval History, Heritage projects, the Press, Web, and Conferences
for background information and online content ideas.

 

       Works closely with marketing/communications
team to broaden audience where possible.

 

       Participates in marketing, advertising
and promotion planning as needed.

 

       Attends outside seminars and professional
events relevant to online editorial content and publication.  Represents the U.S. Naval Institute at
seminars and professional events.

 

       Speaks and appears on panels at
professional events as a representative of the online publishing team and Naval
Institute.

 

SUPERVISORY
RESPONSIBILITIES: 

 

Supervises
the work of online content professional writing group.  This includes the overall direction,
coordination, and evaluation of online editorial content producers in
accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws, including interviewing,
hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work;
conducting annual performance reviews; and addressing complaints and resolving
problems.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:
Strong background in producing, managing and publishing online content
involving the military. Experience must include writing, editing, and posting
content.  Proficiency needed in Microsoft
Word, Outlook, Excel and web-based content management systems.  Knowledge of military matters, especially
within the Sea Services. Personnel and project management skills required.

 

EDUCATION
and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, or associated
field. Five to ten years’ experience at a senior editorial level with online
presence. Military experience preferred.

 

LANGUAGE
/ COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS: No foreign language requirements.  Adept at English usage. Able to read,
analyze, and interpret technical and military-specific content. Ability to
respond to inquiries or complaints from authors, readers, or other USNI departments.
Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups,
and/or boards of directors.

 

BUSINESS
SKILLS: Ability to prepare, track and analyze budgets, solicit and review
contracts, track bills, etc.

 

REASONING
ABILITY: Able to advise publisher on editorial calls and issues that go before
the editorial board.  Ability to see and
define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

 

CERTIFICATES,
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: No special requirements.

 

PHYSICAL
DEMANDS: No special requirements.

 

WORK
ENVIRONMENT: High degree of autonomy.

 

Send
your resume here:

 

HUMAN
RESOURCES DEPT.

U.S.
NAVAL INSTITUTE

291
Wood Road

Annapolis
MD 21402

F
410.295.1084

 

4.)  Attorney-Advisor, Defense Logistics Agency,
Fort Belvoir, Virginia 

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/303997100

 

5.)  Senior Science Advisor, Office of the
Secretary of the Army, Fort Belvoir, VA

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/304012100

 

6.)  PM UAS Assistant Flight Operations Manager,
MCR, El Mirage, CA

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=974

 

7.)  Assistant Commissioner, Training and
Development, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, Department Of Homeland
Security, Washington DC

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/303790300

 

8.)  Senior Orbit Dynamicist & Mission, Johns
Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, MD

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=31279852

 

9.)  Aircraft Integration Technician, BAE Systems,
Quantico, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=31511192

 

10.)  USCG Field Engineer, High Level Security
Clearance (TS/SCI),
United States Coast Guard Intelligence
Program (CGIP), Office of ISR Systems & Technology (CG-26),
Fulcrum IT
Services, LLC, Washington, DC

Contact
jobs@fulcrumit.com (703-331-1500)

http://www.fulcrumit.com/careers/

 

11.)  PM
UAS Program Integrator
, MCR, Huntsville, AL

 

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:  

 

Provide
cost and schedule analysis and recommendations for the Unmanned Systems
Airspace Integration Concepts (USAIC) Product Office, within the Unmanned
Aircraft Systems (UAS) Project Office. 

 

Provide
administrative/technical support to conferences, briefings, meetings, working
groups, and integrated product teams (IPTs).

 

Provide
technical recommendations and expertise to should-cost, budgetary estimates,
source selection, and other proposal evaluation/contracting efforts. 

 

Support
development of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to vendors/primes to include
inputs to design specifications, the PWS, and associated Contract Data
Requirements Lists (CDRLs). 

 

Requirements
for the Position: 

•Bachelor’s
degree; in Business discipline or related field of study. An equivalent
combination of education and experience may be considered. 

 •10 years relevant experience.   

 •Microsoft Office applications skills are
required (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint).   

 •Candidate should be able to work effectively
in projects with a high degree of uncertainty and formulate positions based on
sound technical basis.   

 •The candidate should possess exceptional
communication skills and work well in a team/IPT environment.   

 •The ideal candidate will be a self-starter
with the ability to recognize technical issues and risks without assistance and
the written and oral communication skills to accurately disseminate for
resolution.   

 •The candidate must have a good communication
skills and the ability to facilitate meetings.   

 

US
Citizenship is required.  Applicants
selected will be subject to a Government investigation and must meet
eligibility for the required Government clearance (Secret).

 

Must
be available to travel as required. 

 

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=977

 

12.)  Supv Public Affairs Officer, National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, Springfield, VA

 

The
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the World Leader in Geospatial
Intelligence.

 

Imagine
being able to identify anything on, above, or beneath the Earth's surface and
display that information visually to provide a meaningful foundation for
decision-making to ensure the safety of the world. That's the job of the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

 

We
analyze imagery and data from many sources and incorporate it into visual
displays of essential information for use in national defense, homeland
security, and safety of navigation.

 

Central
to the success of our mission are the extraordinary talents and skills of our
teams of analysts and other professionals. We need the best minds to provide
the information edge, continuing NGA's role as the premier provider of
Geospatial Intelligence worldwide.

 

Know
the Earth… Show the Way… Understand the World

 

JOB
DESCRIPTION: Supervisory positions involve planning, directing, assigning,
leading, and monitoring work of the unit, or selecting employees, and managing
and appraising employee and organizational performance. Supervisors make
decisions that impact the resources (people, budget, material) of the work
unit, ensure the technical quality and timeliness of the work produced by
employees in the unit, and collaborate with supervisors across the organization
in unstructured situations. Supervisors must supervise at least one government
employee; they typically supervise between three to fifteen employees. Public
Affairs Officers design, develop, and implement an integrated program of
internal and external information to inform key audiences about NGA programs,
successes, and future vision. They provide advice to senior leaders on likely
public and employee reactions to Agency policies and programs. They produce a
wide range of tailored informational products including written articles, video
news, public displays, Internet sites, and intranet sites. They also facilitate
communication with senior leaders through specific fora designed to gauge
employee and community perspectives.

 

KEY
REQUIREMENTS

 

•U.S.
Citizenship

•Drug
Testing

•Security
Investigation

 

DUTIES:

 

ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION: This Supv Public Affairs Officer will serve as a Branch Chief for
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) External Communications
Branch. The Branch Chief leads programs designed to enhance positive awareness
of NGA and its leadership with several key audiences. The Branch Chief leads by
recruiting, developing, and managing the work of communications professionals
in external engagements, media relations, and community relations. The Branch
Chief will directly manage external engagements including recommendation or
organizations, events and places for major public addresses, assessment of
invitations and proactive organization or speeches and public appearances to
execute strategic objectives.

 

QUALIFICATIONS
REQUIRED:

 

MANDATORY
QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: Experience that equipped the applicant with the
particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties
of this position, and that is typically in or related to the work of this
position. For this particular job, applicants must have experience in the
following: The successful applicant must have experience with leading strategy
and as the principle manager of the engagement program of a senior Intelligence
Community or Defense Department official, including recommending and executing
major public appearances. The applicant must have extensive knowledge of the
principles, tools, and processes of mass communications; extensive skill in
determining appropriate methods, vehicles, and timing of communications
projects; supervisory experience at the branch or division level (or
equivalent); demonstrated knowledge and experience in supervisory
administration, performance management, and personnel assessment; demonstrated
experience prioritizing tasks and remaining flexible under changing
requirements; demonstrated ability to professionally represent the organization
at all levels as well, as the ability to develop networks; superior
interpersonal skills and communication skills; excellent ability to communicate
with managers and staff at all levels and with the public; demonstrated
expertise in coaching and mentoring, personal time management and the ability
to negotiate and foster cooperation; demonstrated ability to work
independently; demonstrated initiative to organize programs from initial
concept to completion; and proven commitment to continuous business process
improvement.

 

DESIRABLE
QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: In addition to the mandatory qualifications, experience
in the following is desired: A degree in management, communications, or related
field is highly desirable; proven experience managing a high-performing team in
a communications or related environment; thorough understanding of the NGA
mission; knowledge of Department of Defense, and the Intelligence Community
(IC) membership, mission, goals, and priorities; in depth knowledge of NGA
policies, procedures, and workforce programs; demonstrated understanding of
budget development and execution; demonstrated experience drafting and editing
written communication products; knowledge of laws/regulations and internal
procedures and processing regarding the release of information (i.e. FOIA,
Privacy Act, classification); and knowledge of operation of a desktop computer
to include word processing and internet home page activities.

 

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/303880700

 

13.)  Systems Engineer, PM Reconnaissance &
Amphibious Raids, Infantry Weapons Systems Directorate, Marine Corps Systems
Command (MARCORSYSCOM), Fulcrum Corporation, Quantico, VA

http://www.fulcrum-corp.com/content/jobs/archive/2011/10/06/systems-engineer.aspx

 

***  From
Bridget Serchak:

 

14.)  Director,
White House Airlift Operations, HQ USAF and Support Elements, Department of the
Air Force, Washington, DC

https://my.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/304206200

 

15.)  Navy/ USCG Microwave Network Instructor –
International, Security Assistance Training Team to the Lebanese Navy, AMERICAN
SYSTEMS, Beirut, Lebanon

 

For
over nine years, AMERICAN SYSTEMS has provided military training services in
support of US Foreign Policy and the execution of Department of Defense
Security Cooperation Plans and Programs. 

 

Currently
we are seeking a former or retired military trained and experienced Microwave
Network technician to conduct naval Microwave Network technicians’ training for
the Lebanese Navy.   This Security
Assistance Training Team is one of several being provided to the Lebanese Navy
in support of increasing the Lebanese Naval fleet’s operational readiness and
improving their ability to conduct maintenance on their ships and equipment.
Target audience for the training and courses to be taught is mid-grade Lebanese
Navy enlisted personnel and petty officers.  

 

This
is a 3 month assignment located in Beirut, Lebanon!

 

 Position Requirements:

 

·         Qualification as a military naval
Microwave Network Technician.

 

·         Candidates must be versed in, and
capable of developing a Program of Instruction (POI) in a limited amount of
time using available materials and publications.

 

·         Physically fit with ability to present
a professional military appearance and bearing.

 

·         Bachelors of Science degree in an
appropriate discipline or sufficient vocational / military school training and
certifications.

 

·         Medical physical exam within the last
12-months with no chronic conditions that would prevent performance of duties
in a semi-austere, seasonably very-hot environment with limited access to
“western standard” medical care.

 

·         Ability to present proof of recent
negative HIV test.  (Although Lebanon
does not require any specific immunizations, candidate should have current
immunizations as listed on the US State Department and CDC’s websites for
travel to Lebanon.)

 

·         Must possess a current US Tourist
Passport (with no Israeli stamps). 
(Passport must not expire within 12-months of being hired.)

 

·         Candidate must be drug-free with
ability to successfully pass drug screening test.

 

·         Ability to pass a comprehensive
background check.

 

·         Ability to effectively conduct
cross-cultural communications and deliver training/instruction with the use of
an interpreter.

 

Background
/ Experience Requirements:

 

·         Proven record of successful
performance as a US Navy / USCG Microwave Network Technician with 10 years
experience in maritime / naval Microwave Network programs and recent
supervisory and instructor experience

 

·         Prior experience conducting
cross-cultural communications and delivering training/instruction with the use
of an interpreter.

 

·         Prior experience as a military
instructor in the related skill is required.

 

·         Prior experience developing military
instructional material.

 

·         Prior experience working with foreign
military personnel in the region is highly desired.

 

For
immediate consideration submit resumes to:
Sallyann.Hajkowski@AmericanSystems.com.

 

http://www.americansystems.com/Careers/JobOpportunities/

 

16.)  Faculty Engineer, Fluids and Structural
Mechanics, Fluid Research, Penn State Applied Research Laboratory, University
Park, PA

 

This
position will complement existing computational and experimental multi-phase
flow activities. Responsibilities include establishing a sponsored research
program and collaborating with other research and academic faculty in related
areas within ARL and academic departments at Penn State. Faculty rank will be
commensurate with education level and experience. Minimum educational
requirements include a Master’s degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, or Chemical
Engineering (PhD preferred) or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. Requirements include: Interest in the areas of flow measurement in
multi-phase, liquid/gas or liquid/gas/solid environments commonly encountered
in hydrodynamic applications; and experience in measurement techniques, such as
laser Doppler velocimetry and/or particle image velocimetry in steady and
unsteady flows. An emphasis in cavitation, multi-phase flow, or fluid-structure
interaction is highly desirable. Candidates selected will be subject to a
government security investigation. YOU MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN TO APPLY. This is
a one-year, fixed-term renewable appointment. Electronically apply to Job
#35604 at arl-jobs@psu.edu. PLEASE INSERT JOB NUMBER IN SUBJECT LINE.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
about the Applied Research Laboratory or current position vacancies, visit our
web site at www.arl.psu.edu.

 

https://app2.ohr.psu.edu/Jobs/External/EVMS2_External/currentap1.cfm#35604

 

17.)  SOFTWARE ENGINEER PRIN-ENG14, L-3 Global
Security & Engineering Solutions, Colorado Springs, Colorado

http://www.amightyriver.com/job-search/software-engineer-prineng14.4641443.html

 

18.)  Training Analyst, Sonalysts, Colorado
Springs, CO

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?ipath=EXGOO&siteid=sep_simphire_engineer&Job_DID=JHR1N762DSCKN0BQJR4

 

19.)  Training Specialist IV (SPA-301) with Security
Clearance, Bowhead Technical and Professional Services, 29 Palms, CA

http://www.clearancejobs.com/?action=view_job&jobID=1490575

 

20.)  Senior Acquisition Analyst, Quantech
Services, LA AFB, California

https://careers.quantechserv.com/recruiting/Careers.aspx?adata=CmBKSbUzcSF2ePogKQaFRWY5FVd44ZegmZaOZjrmit8wp72Gr8wIR3yfWnDzEz%2bH%2bJJjpb6HR3Z3wLQQUmr40g%3d%3d

 

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