DEFCON 1 newsletter for August 3, 2022

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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON 1 newsletter for August 3, 2022

Issue # 761


This edition of DEFCON 1 comes to you from Honolulu, Hawaii.


*** 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.

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


July 31-Aug 5                      Honolulu, HI

Aug 16-19                            San Diego, CA

Aug 28-1 Sep                     Helsinki, Finland

Sep. 1 – Sept. 5                  Stockholm, Sweden

Sept 23-28                           Lisbon, Portugal


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


***  From Corinn Seely:


Hello Ned!


I found your newsletter and job of the week and I would love to have you run our opening in your newsletter! Please add my email address to the listserv.


Corinn Seely




Experience:  5 years as a writer, copy editor or similar profession with AP journalism type experience

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, i.e., Journalism, Communications, English, etc.

Communications Specialist for a DoD PAO/PR Support Contract:  A candidate for this position must possess and independently apply a comprehensive knowledge across key tasks and high impact assignments to coordinate with customers for explicit guidance regarding communication activities in order to promote public understanding of the military organization, programs, and products.

  • This individual will be responsible for the oversight, development and execution of strategic public affairs programs and campaigns leveraging all available communications conduits and emerging technologies to most effectively communicate the military organizations’ mission and philosophy.
  • Serve as a Public Affairs Officer and conduct the public affairs program by communicating information through verbal, written and electronic media and serving as the single voice to external media, Soldiers, and Industry of the organization’s products and programs.
  • Recommend strategies to facilitate understanding and support from industry, other federal agencies, Congress, the general public, the acquisition community and the Service as a whole, via a wide range of communication media.
  • Assist in the development and transmittal of informational materials to a variety of publications to enhance the understanding of programs and capabilities as well as assist in the production, direction of videos and multimedia presentations.
  • Plan, develop, conduct and document the results of recurring and ad hoc media analysis activities.

This position will use a variety of methods and techniques in achieving communication goals such as: product exhibits, brochures, pamphlets, graphics, local and national news, Armed Forces Radio, Television Services, etc. The PAO for this position will implement the Strategic Communication Plan to improve relationships and partnerships by informing target audiences of the Organization’s mission and accomplishments, resulting to better support to Soldier products and programs.

Security Clearance: Must possess a Secret or higher Security Clearance or be able to pass a DOD Security Investigation.

Place of Performance:  This Communications Specialist position job performance will be with the US ARMY PEO SOLDIER organization at Ft. Belvoir, VA. Teleworking will be on an as needed, prior approval basis.

Benefits: TMGL provides a full menu of industry standards benefits, health, dental, 401K, life and disability insurance, vacation and PTO.

Start Date: Immediate



Corinn Seely

Administrative Assistant




2.)  Interdisciplinary Engineer/Scientist, Maritime Strike Tomahawk (MST) Signal Processor in the Loop (SPIL), Naval Air Systems Command, Department of the Navy, China Lake, California


3.)  Senior International Program Analyst, Client Solution Architects, Arlington, VA


4.)  Manager, Employee Experience Communications, Northrop Grumman, Dulles, VA—–Virginia/Communications/R10052284/manager-employee-experience-communications/


5.)  Sr. Principal Mechanical Engineer, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, Palmdale, California—–California/Engineering/R10043059/sr-principal-engineer-mechanical-3/


6.)  Prncpl Prop/Asset Mgmt Anlyst, Northrop Grumman, Linthicum, Maryland—–Maryland/Facilities/Real-Estate/R10048030/prncpl-prop-asset-mgmt-anlyst-2/


7.)  Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) – Military Veterans, Mantech International Corporation, MCBH, HI


8.)  TECHNICAL WRITER-EDITOR, AF Technical Applications Center, 709th Support Group, 709th Cyber Squadron, Department of the Air Force, Patrick AFB, Florida


9.)  Government Affairs Director, AeroVironment, Arlington, VA


10.)  PROGRAM ANALYST, Navy Systems Management Activity, Department of the Navy, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, District of Columbia


11.)  Military Tactics Instructor, Linxx Global Solutions, Port Hueneme CBC Base, CA,27_KE28,50.htm


12.)  Associate F-15 Mission Systems/Flight Test Engineer, BOEING, Eglin AFB, FL


13.)  Engineer IV – Weapons, Joint Range Technical Services Contract (J-Tech II), JT4, Edwards, CA


14.)  Strategic Communications Planner (MISO Planner), Amentum, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii


15.)  Military Tactical Combat Casualty Care And EMT / Paramedic Instructor, Amentum, Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, Indiana


16.)  Aircraft Mechanic 1 – Sheet Metal/Structures- (UH-60, CH-47, AH-64, OH-58) MWO Travel Team, Amentum, Fort Hood, Texas


17.)  WFS Blue Force Tracker-Aviation (BFT-A) Field Service Technician – Kuwait (Secret Clearance Required), General Dynamics Information Technology, Chantilly, VA


18.)  Aviation Warfare Subject Matter Expert, 2 Circle Inc., Patuxent River, MD


19.)  Tactics Instructor/Analyst, Instructor/Analyst, AWS, Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center (NAWDC), 2 Circle Inc., Fallon, Nevada


20.)  PMRT-QLIK Sense Developer, STSD, 2 Circle Inc., Eglin AFB, Florida


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