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

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Published on: 12/07/2011
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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

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