DEFCON 1 Newsletter for July 29, 2015

by Ned Lundquist
Published on: 07/29/2015
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Maritime Security 2015 West

San Diego, California

August 17-19, 2015

http://www.maritimesecuritywest.com/

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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON 1 Newsletter for July 29, 2015

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Issue # 422

 

“Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.”

– Jean-Jacques Rousseau

 

***  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.)  Administrative Support Senior, MCR, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

2.)  Director, Business Development, MCR, Beavercreek, OH

3.)  Budget Analyst, MCR, Scott AFB, IL

4.)  Commandant of Midshipmen, United States Merchant Marine Academy, Maritime Administration, Department Of Transportation, Kings Point, NY

5.)  ECS Weapons Based Instructor, Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS), TSO Armor and Training, Inc., Gulfport, MS

6.)  CBRNE Proficiency Program Coordinator, SAIC, Arlington, VA,

7.)  Blocker and Bracer (Materials Handler), Directorate of Depot Operations, McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (MCAAP), U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command, McAlester, OK

8.)  Quality Assurance Specialist (Deployable), DCMA Operations Directorate, Western Regional Command, DCMA NASA Product Operations, Defense Contract Management Agency, Brigham City, UT

9.)  ITSS Technical Writer, SAIC, Oklahoma City, OK

10.)  Cable Fabricator, NSWC PCD Multi Vehicle Communications System (MVCS), SAIC, Panama City, FL

 

11.)  DIRECTOR, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND PREPAREDNESS POLICY, U.S. Coast Guard, Washington, DC

12.)  PROGRAM INTEGRATOR, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Fort Campbell, Kentucky

13.)  CBRNE/IT Support Specialist CS3, Chenega, Springfield, VA.

14.)  CBRN Sr. Field Support Representative, JB Lewis-McCord, Camber, Tacoma Washington

15.)  CBRN Sr. Field Support Representative, Fort Campbell, Camber, Clarksville Tennessee

16.)  Program Director, Camber, Fair Lakes, VA

17.)  Operations Research Analyst, Cost Estimating and Analysis Directorate (DOC), Missile Defense Agency, Department of Defense, Redstone Arsenal, AL

18.)  PROGRAM ANALYST, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Universal Solutions International, Inc., Fort Belvoir, VA

19.)  Small Craft Operator, WG-5786-12, Serves as “Master of Towing Vessels” in command of the 325 BHP diesel powered, single screw, 45-foot, 35-ton tug boat vessel “Shelter Bay,” Also serves as a “Captain” of a military-built LCM landing craft, 650-horsepower, diesel powered, twin screw, 78-foot ocean-going vessel “Angelique” with a 60 gross ton carrying capacity, Isle Royale National Park, National Park Service, Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

20.)  Computer Science Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

 

21.)  Physics-Math Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

22.)  Engineering Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

23.)  Program Management Specialist 3, Insitu, Hood River, OR

24.)  Director of Quality, Insitu, Bingen, WA

25.)  Field Service Technical Representative (RQ-21A), Insitu, Cherry Point, NC

26.)  NAVAL ARCHITECT (STABILITY), Structure and Scientific Branch, Hull/Naval Architecture Division, Engineering Department, of Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair in Newport News, VA (SUPSHIPNN), Newport News, VA

27.)  ASW Analyst, Surface Ship Undersea Warfare System Directorate, CGI, Washington, DC

28.)  Training Analyst, CGI, Gales Ferry, CT

29.)  Naval Undersea Warfare Analyst, Operational Evaluation Division (OED), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

30.)  Research Analyst – Ballistic Missile Defense OT&E, Operational Evaluation Division (OED), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

 

31.)  Research Analyst- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, & Nuclear Defense (CBRN-D), Strategy, Forces and Resources Division (SFRD), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

32.)  Dock Master, Sirius Technical Services, Inc., Pascagoula, MS

 

 

See information/links/points of contact regarding these jobs below.

 

***  Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:

 

August 1-8, East Lansing, Mich.

 

August 10- 18, Prince Rupert / Nanaimo / Vancouver, BC, Canada

 

August 17-19, San Diego, Calif.

 

October 28-29, San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

***  Naval Symposium Examines Ship Capabilities, Career Options

Warfighting ethos key to a distributed and lethal surface force

By Edward Lundquist

http://www.marinelink.com/news/capabilities-symposium394933.a

 

***  Maritime Security 2015 West

San Diego, California

August 17-19, 2015

 

Maritime Security 2015 West provides discussion and collaboration on strategies and technologies to counter maritime security threats encountered by governments, law enforcement, and port/terminal owners and operators. Interactive workshop sessions are designed to give all conference participants the actionable knowledge on how to better secure their maritime areas of responsibility, mainly by stressing the importance of collaboration, efficiency, and best practices. Each topic will be addressed by relevant perspectives of those who have implemented successful strategies and technologies in their maritime security operations.

 

http://www.maritimesecuritywest.com/

 

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

 

1.)  Administrative Support Senior, MCR, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=5&rid=2736

 

2.)  Director, Business Development, MCR, Beavercreek, OH

http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=5&rid=2735

 

3.)  Budget Analyst, MCR, Scott AFB, IL

http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=5&rid=2734

 

***  From Bridget Serchak:

 

4.)  Commandant of Midshipmen, United States Merchant Marine Academy, Maritime Administration, Department Of Transportation, Kings Point, NY

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/410041100

 

5.)  ECS Weapons Based Instructor, Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS), TSO Armor and Training, Inc., Gulfport, MS

http://jobview.monster.com/ECS-Weapons-Based-Instructor-Job-Gulfport-MS-152889975.aspx

 

6.)  CBRNE Proficiency Program Coordinator, SAIC, Arlington, VA,

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Mclean-CBRNE-Proficiency-Program-Coordinator-Job-VA-22101/273371200/

 

7.)  Blocker and Bracer (Materials Handler), Directorate of Depot Operations, McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (MCAAP), U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command, McAlester, OK

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/410412900

 

8.)  Quality Assurance Specialist (Deployable), DCMA Operations Directorate, Western Regional Command, DCMA NASA Product Operations, Defense Contract Management Agency, Brigham City, UT

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/410850900

 

9.)  ITSS Technical Writer, SAIC, Oklahoma City, OK

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Oklahoma-City-ITSS-Technical-Writer-Job-OK-73101/278628200/

 

10.)  Cable Fabricator, NSWC PCD Multi Vehicle Communications System (MVCS), SAIC, Panama City, FL

http://jobs.saic.com/job/Panama-City-Beach-NSWC-PCD-Cable-Fabricator-Job-FL-32401/280783900/

 

11.)  DIRECTOR, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND PREPAREDNESS POLICY, U.S. Coast Guard, Washington, DC

 

The USCG is announcing a challenging Senior Executive Service career opportunity to serve as Director, Incident Management and Preparedness Policy responsible for establishing, developing and implementing policies, strategies and goals to meet U. S. Coast Guard’s incident response mission. The Director, Incident Management and Preparedness Policy: Establishes agency-wide policy, goals, objectives and procedures to implement the U. S. Coast Guard incident management activities. Initiates and provides agency direction, strategy, and guidance on the Coast Guard initiatives required to meet Congressional mandate and intent to effect a successful program. Provides strategic programmatic oversight for the “Maritime Response” Future Year Homeland Security Program, responsible for establishing, developing, and implementing all hazards incident management goals, strategies, policies, regulations, standards and doctrine to meet Coast Guard responsibilities and to achieve program outcomes. Provides strategic programmatic oversight for the Offices of Search and Rescue Policy, Crisis and Contingency Planning and Exercise Policy, Environmental Response Policy and National Response Center. Establishes agency-wide strategic goals and leads the implementation of the national strategy for Search and Rescue (SAR). In addition, leads a coordinated federal, regional, state, industry and private sector SAR research and development, technology initiatives, and SAR activities. Provides strategic programmatic oversight of the Maritime Environmental Response (MER) for oil and hazardous substance response and implements the national MER strategy. Coordinates federal, regional, state, industry and private sector oil and hazardous substances spill research and development, technology initiatives, and response initiatives. Coordinates Coast Guard participation in the National Exercise Program (NEP), including inter-departmental, and inter-agency and DOD sponsored exercises. Implements the national strategic review of risks (threats, hazards, vulnerabilities and operational risks), and agency input to the national five-year schedule of NEP tiered exercises.

 

The selectee must attain a Top Secret clearance, and undergo pre/post-appointment random drug testing.  U.S. Citizenship required.

 

To review basic job requirements and to apply to this vacancy please visit: http://www.usajobs.gov/ and enter CG-SES-15-02 in the keyword search.

https://jobs.washingtonpost.com/job/36028093/director-incident-management-and-preparedness-policy/

 

12.)  PROGRAM INTEGRATOR, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Fort Campbell, Kentucky

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/410830300

 

13.)  CBRNE/IT Support Specialist CS3, Chenega, Springfield, VA.

http://jobview.monster.com/CBRNE-IT-Support-Specialist-CS3-Job-Springfield-VA-153945773.aspx

 

14.)  CBRN Sr. Field Support Representative, JB Lewis-McCord, Camber, Tacoma Washington

http://camber-cbrn.jobs/tacoma-wa/cbrn-sr-field-support-representative-13272/F15333C79CBC4ED39F79DF7F75556BD8/job/

 

15.)  CBRN Sr. Field Support Representative, Fort Campbell, Camber, Clarksville Tennessee

http://camber-cbrn.jobs/clarksville-tn/cbrn-sr-field-support-representative-13273/615AE0B7E64A4525A96B27876D05F0B5/job/

 

16.)  Program Director, Camber, Fair Lakes, VA

http://camber-cbrn.jobs/fairfax-va/program-director-13133/E4EF4DB5DDC84632A31658177EF47E08/job/

 

17.)  Operations Research Analyst, Cost Estimating and Analysis Directorate (DOC), Missile Defense Agency, Department of Defense, Redstone Arsenal, AL

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/409433900

 

18.)  PROGRAM ANALYST, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Universal Solutions International, Inc., Fort Belvoir, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/Program-Analyst-Job-Fort-Belvoir-VA-152850759.aspx

 

19.)  Small Craft Operator, WG-5786-12, Serves as “Master of Towing Vessels” in command of the 325 BHP diesel powered, single screw, 45-foot, 35-ton tug boat vessel “Shelter Bay,” Also serves as a “Captain” of a military-built LCM landing craft, 650-horsepower, diesel powered, twin screw, 78-foot ocean-going vessel “Angelique” with a 60 gross ton carrying capacity, Isle Royale National Park, National Park Service, Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/405006500

 

20.)  Computer Science Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

https://jobs.battelle.org/job/Columbus-Computer-Science-Modeler-Programmer-OH-43201/275705500/

 

21.)  Physics-Math Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

https://jobs.battelle.org/job/Columbus-Physics-Math-Modeler-Programmer-OH-43201/275706100/

 

22.)  Engineering Modeler-Programmer, Hazard Modeling Team, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense, Battelle, Columbus, OH,

https://jobs.battelle.org/job/Columbus-Engineering-Modeler-Programmer-OH-43201/275705700/

 

23.)  Program Management Specialist 3, Insitu, Hood River, OR

https://jobs-insitu.icims.com/jobs/2618/program-management-specialist-3-%28hood-river%2c-or%29/job

 

24.)  Director of Quality, Insitu, Bingen, WA

https://jobs-insitu.icims.com/jobs/2623/director%2c-quality-%28bingen%2c-wa%29/job

 

25.)  Field Service Technical Representative (RQ-21A), Insitu, Cherry Point, NC

https://jobs-insitu.icims.com/jobs/2603/field-service-technical-representative—%28cherry-point%2c-nc%29/job

 

26.)  NAVAL ARCHITECT (STABILITY), Structure and Scientific Branch, Hull/Naval Architecture Division, Engineering Department, of Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair in Newport News, VA (SUPSHIPNN), Newport News, VA

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/410131800

 

27.)  ASW Analyst, Surface Ship Undersea Warfare System Directorate, CGI,  Washington, DC

https://cgi.njoyn.com/cgi/xweb/Xweb.asp?clid=21001&Page=jobdetails&jobid=J0715-1840

 

28.)  Training Analyst, CGI, Gales Ferry, CT

https://cgi.njoyn.com/cgi/xweb/Xweb.asp?clid=21001&Page=jobdetails&jobid=J0715-0910

 

29.)  Naval Undersea Warfare Analyst, Operational Evaluation Division (OED), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=INSTITUTEDA&cws=1&rid=255

 

30.)  Research Analyst – Ballistic Missile Defense OT&E, Operational Evaluation Division (OED), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=INSTITUTEDA&cws=1&rid=259

 

31.)  Research Analyst- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, & Nuclear Defense (CBRN-D), Strategy, Forces and Resources Division (SFRD), Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=INSTITUTEDA&cws=1&rid=287

 

Dock Master, Sirius Technical Services, Inc., Pascagoula, MS

 

Sirius is seeking a Dock Master for a shipyard who is Certified/Licensed with extensive knowledge of NAVEA MIL STD 1625D. Must meet all of OSHA requirements for commercial diving. – Must have experience to operate and manage its floating dry dock. Responsible for the technical work in docking, rigging, hauling and undocking vessels, tugs, and barges, as well as, maintaining the integrity of the dry dock. Must be experienced in vessel docking plans and arrangements, alignment, and setting of docking support blocks. Considerable knowledge and experience in vessels’ structure, stress points, load factors, cradle positioning and dock support blocking. Must have knowledge in stability calculations and docking plan development. Familiar with ballast control console operation, tank level control monitoring and trim/heel transfer. Knowledge of environmental regulations, as well as, USCG regulations and safety requirements. Ensures safe operation of dry dock and safety deck margins are maintained. Able to plan, organize, manage and communicate well with others. Overall knowledge of ships is a MUST.

Interested in this position?  For more details, contact carla.boerst@siriustechnical.com.

Sirius Technical Services, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer

 

http://www.siriustechnical.com/JobOrders/orders/om000048D3.htm

 

 

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