Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 16 April 2008

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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 16 April 2008
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“The perplexity of life arises from there being too many interesting things in it for us to be interested properly in any of them.”
– Gilbert K. Chesterton

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.  This issue comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.  Next week’s issue will be transmitted from San Diego, CA.  Maybe.

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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.)  Software Design Engineer, Alion Science and Technology, Pascagoula, MS
2.)  Flight operations Systems Engineer (REQ #MT08-03-22), Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc. (SGT), Suitland, Md
3.)  CONSULTANT/Sr. Instructional Designer, Craig Technologies, Orlando Florida AND Virginia Beach, VA
4.)  Military Intelligence SME, Viecore Federal Systems Division (FSD), Eatontown NJ
5.)  Motor Vehicle Supervisor, TechWise, Fort Eustis, VA
6.)  Deputy Program Manager, Mentron, Crystal City, VA
7.)  Senior RFIC/MMIC Design Lead/Engineer, MicroWave Technology Inc. (MwT), An IXYS Company, Fremont, CA
8.)  Program Assistant, SEA CORP, Middletown, RI
9.)  Systems Engineer RADAR, CDI, Baltimore, MD
10.)  Intermediate Electronic Warfare (EW) Engineer, SRC, Fort Walton Beach, FL
11.)  Electronic Warfare Test Engineer, MTSI, Yuma, AZ
12.)  Heavy Equipment Mechanic, ManTech, Fayetteville, NC
13.)  MK 41 VLS Engineer – Mid-level, L3 Communications, Washington, DC
14.)  NAVAL ARCHITECT (STRUCTURES), SUPSHIPS, GULFCOAST, Naval Sea Systems Command, Pascagoula, MS
15.)  Deputy Manager, Naval Reactors Laboratory Field Office, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA
16.)  Quality Program Lead, Integrated Defense Systems (IDS), Raytheon, Portsmouth, RI
17.)  Military Aviation Customer Service Rep (E), Jeppesen, Englewood, Colorado
18.)  Supply Chain Specialist, Allegis Group, New Orleans, LA
19.)  Supply Chain Specialist, Volt Information Sciences, New Orleans, LA
20.)  Military Aviation Ops Analyst, American Systems, Yuma, AZ
21.)  Aviation Resources Officer, IAP Worldwide Services, Fort Irwin, CA

***  And more…

***  APRIL 23, 2008
Speaker:  CDR John Wade, USN
Topic:  Perspectives from Afghanistan

Location:  Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, Virginia, USA 22202

Check-In opens at 1130
Lunch starts at 1200

To make a reservation please follow the link: 
https://www.navysna.org/Events/GWCLunch/April23GWCLuncheon.asp

***  Upcoming travel (Your DEFCON-1 newsletter may be delayed):

21-24 April C3F, CNSF, Fleet Units San Diego, CA
23 April IABC San Diego
25 – 30 April Offshore Patrol Vessels Middle East Dubai
30 April Middle East PR Association Dubai
1 May Dubai Maritime City
2 – 4 May C5F Bahrain and Fleet Units
5 May Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
6 – 9 May CJTF HOA Djibouti
9 May Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

***  From Matthew Heap:

Offshore Patrol Vessels Middle East

Examining OPV Capabilities And Business Opportunities For Operations In The Persian Gulf
April 28 – 29, 2008* Mövenpick Hotel Bur Dubai* Dubai, UAE

Dear Captain Lundquist,

The naval marketplace is rapidly expanding to view the Middle East as an
important source of future business. Are you in a position to benefit?

Defence IQs inaugural Offshore Patrol Vessels Middle East will take
place in Dubai, April 28-29th and will provide a fully rounded
discussion on OPVs, Corvettes and Fast Attack Craft in use in the Middle
East. Key topics of conversation will focus on:

 Operational importance of smaller vessels in the Middle East

 Propulsion, weapons and sensor suite options for OPVs

 Maintenance, manning and threat detection

OPV Middle East will offer unrivalled insight into the OPV market in the
Middle East. Detailed discussions will provide information on
operational experience, future plans and capabilities of smaller naval
vessels in the region and the wider maritime security environment.

Keynote briefing on Persian Gulf maritime security from Vice Admiral
Cosgriff, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command; Commander, U.S.
5th Fleet and Commander, Combined Maritime Forces.

Meet the speakers panel:

 Commander Jeroen de Jonge, Head Above Water Warfare, Netherlands MoD

 Rear Admiral Jan Jaeger (Retd), Managing Director, Admiral Consulting,
Former Director Navy Materiel, Command, Royal Norwegian Navy

 Major General Carl Dodd (Retd), Former Commander, United Nations Truce
Supervision Organisation

 Commodore Ranjit B Rai (Retd),Vice President of the Indian Maritime
Foundation; Former Director of Naval Operations, Indian Navy

 Captain Edward Lundquist, N86 Public Affairs, US Navy

 Andrew Bunney, Vice President Operations and Programs, Abu Dhabi
Shipbuilding

 Leon Gossens, Chief Naval Architect, Manager Product Development, Damen

 Jason Alderwick, DefenceAnalyst – Maritime & Armed Conflict,
International  Institute for Strategic Studies

 Massimo Gualco, Director Marketing & Sales, OTO Melara

 Simon Riddle, Regional Sales Director, Wartsila Lips Defence

 Peter Singer, Director 21st Century Defence Initiative, Brookings
Institution

 Jan Hoegee, Head of Marketing & Sales Naval, Imtech

 Tim Yarker, Export Sales Director, VT Shipbuilding

More information about the event and easy registration can be found at
www.defenceiq.com/ae/opvme. Alternatively, call +44 (0) 207 368 9300 or
email enquire@iqpc.co.uk.

I look forward to welcoming you to this inaugural event in Dubai.

Kind Regards,

Matthew Heap
OPV Portfolio Director
Defence IQ (a division of IQPC)

http://www.iqpcevents.com/ShowEvent.aspx?id=67846&details=88322

***  Send an announcement to the 500-plus defense industry professionals on this list for just $200.  Contact Ned at lundquist989@cs.com.

***  Here are the jobs for this week:

1.)  Software Design Engineer, Alion Science and Technology, Pascagoula, MS

Qualifications 

BS degree in Computer Science or similar field.
5 years experience in the development, design and implementation of software programs and databases.  Experience with software development tools and programming languages.
Communication ability both verbal and in writing to explain ideas and concepts with customer
A secret security clearance or the ability to obtain.

Position is to provide:
Software and database development in support of multiple ship construction programs.
Development of software products utilizing multiple software including: Java and Oracle
Work with multi-user, web-based databases
Assist customers with development of software tools to track, manage and report information necessary to manage large, complicated projects.
Perform analysis, testing and debugging of complex software programs
Design and implement software solutions to support customer requirements.

Job ID  8386.

Find out just how far your skills will take you with Alion Science and Technology.  Join us.  We offer competitive salaries and outstanding benefit packages to full and half-time employees. 

Conditions of Employment 
Applicants who are offered employment with Alion will be required to complete an Alion Application for Employment form.  Also, as a condition of employment, you will be required to sign a Disclosure and Authorization form for a background/reference check of employment history, education, references and criminal records.  Employment is contingent upon satisfactory results of your reference check.

https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1

(Note:  If you wish to submit your resume for this position with Alion Science and Technology, please follow the instruction to apply online, but also send your resume to Ned at elundquist@alionscience.com, and I will also upload it into the system as a “refer a friend” submission for you.)

 

***  From Fabiola Mariscal:

Good Morning Mr. Lundquist,

We currently have an employment opportunity that I would like to share with
the group in the event that there is an individual who may be interested.
All resumes can be submitted via our website:  www.craigtechinc.com or
emailed directly to me: fabiola.mariscal@craigtechinc.com.

Thank you for your assistance.

Sincerely,
Fabie

Fabiola Mariscal
Corporate Recruiting Manager
Craig Technologies
8(a) certified, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned
Woman-owned, HUBZone Certified
757.301.6344 Voice
757.289.2185 Cell
fabiola.mariscal@craigtechinc.com
www.craigtechinc.com
Family…Integrity…Loyalty…Passion

2.)  Flight operations Systems Engineer (REQ #MT08-03-22), Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc. (SGT), Suitland, Md

Responsibilities: Individual will be part of a Mission Operations team, preparing for the launch of an environmental monitoring spacecraft. Responsibilities include: Monitoring of telemetry pages for spacecraft health and safety. Sending command procedures to the spacecraft. Ground system setup and configuration. Participate in system tests and simulations. Quality checking of all products to be uploaded to the spacecraft. Creation and uploading all operational products to the spacecraft. Anomaly investigation, resolution and reporting. Creating and updating new procedures and contingency plans as the mission changes and evolves. Maintain daily flight log of all activities. This position requires occasional rotating shift work and during the Post Launch Test (PLT) phase, six months of rotating shift work.

Requirements: Experienced subsystem analyst with pre-launch, launch and on-orbit support experience >5yrs in Mission Operations Environment in both an on-line and off-line capacity Experience with analyzing subsystem performance, monitoring health and safety of an on-orbit satellite, developing mission timeline Spacecraft Subsystem experience a plus Spacecraft Ground System experience a plus – STOL experience a plus, – EPOCH 2000 experience a plus Strong computer skill to include UNIX, Flight controller / flight director experience a plus Able to contribute technically and interpersonally on small and closely integrated team and maintains composure under stressful situations

Education and Experience: B.S., Aerospace, Software, Systems U.S. Citizenship Experience, ten years
http://www.sgt-inc.com/positions_list.php#MT08-03-22

3.)  CONSULTANT/Sr. Instructional Designer, Craig Technologies, Orlando Florida AND Virginia Beach, VA

This position is a part of a new and growing Training Programs Division and
responsible for the planning and executions of various training related
analyses and associated tasks.  Including; Front End Analysis (FEA), Job
Task Analysis (JTA), Training Situation Analysis (TSA), and various types of
impact and implementation Studies.  Reporting to the Director of Training
Programs, the candidate will be responsible for creating, modifying, and
enhancing a diverse array of courses, course material, analyses, and
analysis processes for the purpose of successful completion and execution of
the analysis required.  The focus of this work is implementing, managing,
and maintaining analysis processes while assisting in the identification,
selection and acquisition of valid Training Programs Division revenue
streams.  Qualified candidate must have Instructional Design and analysis
experience.

Special position requirements/qualifications:

PhD in Education/Instructional Design or Instructional Technology and
experienced with multiple training related analyses

Duties and Responsibilities:

Develop survey instruments and conduct needs assessment to ensure
appropriateness of online instructional materials, content analysis, and
assessment of learner performance.
Design assessment instruments that evaluate the effectiveness of course
materials that are developed to ensure that objectives are being
accomplished.
Explore, investigate, and recommend new technologies to improve teaching and
learning.
Develop and maintain a consultative relationship with key stakeholders to
identify curriculum requirements.
Coordinate the development and maintenance of required curriculum paths for
various job roles within the organization.
Conduct needs analyses, validate need for training, and identify learning
objectives.
Determine the proper blend of instructor- led, hands-on, and web- based
training to be used in a given solution.
Work with subject matter experts to obtain information and validate
courseware content.
Based on recommended changes to the system or courseware, work with business
partners and business Subject Matter Experts to identify new training needs
and map them to the appropriate training task.
Work with business partners to develop analysis plans, tools and document
findings of said analysis.
Apply instructional design theory and techniques for adult learners, and
utilize established curriculum development methodology in the design and
development of appropriate, effective curriculum.
Analyze and document Training needs.
Develop and implement Front End Assessment/Analysis.
Conduct Media Analysis, familiar with development of media fidelity models
and analysis.
Perform the planning process, work with and supervise other assigned program
personnel, and coordinate the various analyses required.
Develop and produce instructional products analysis processes and tools in a
systematic manner.
Manage the selection tools and processes for determining optimal media
(audio, video, text, still graphics, animation, digital photography, and
simulations).
Support program manager in the day-to-day management of the project, program
and division.
Act as the expert in standards and specifications to include MIL-HDBK-29612,
TRADOC 350-70, SCORM, Section 508, and ILE.
Ensure all products meet industry standards for quality prior to release
Perform as an expert with the systems approach to training,  Training
Situation Analysis, Front End Analysis, Task and Skills Analysis, Learning
Objective Analysis, Learning Hierarchy Analysis, Media Fidelity Analysis,
Training Systems Alternative Analysis, Cost Benefit Analysis, and its
application to the production of program requirements.
Perform other duties and responsibilities appropriate for the given
contract, delivery/task order, program, or division requirement at hand.
Education and Experience Requirements:
Degree      Years Experience

PhD          5

Education and Experience Requirements (in the following fields:
Instructional Technology, Instructional Systems, Cognitive Psychology)
Req: 489715
Clearance: Secret
Salary: Competitive
All resumes can be submitted via our website:  www.craigtechinc.com or
emailed directly to me: fabiola.mariscal@craigtechinc.com.

4.)  Military Intelligence SME, Viecore Federal Systems Division (FSD), Eatontown NJ

Company Profile:
Viecore Federal Systems Division (FSD) provides advanced software and systems development services to the U.S. military and federal government. Viecore FSD specializes in the design, development and support of advanced decision support Technologies and data management systems, from prototype through production.

Position Description:
Military Intelligence Subject Matter Expert. Advise on functionality for new command and control systems, assist with design, interface with developers to ensure fidelity of product, assist in testing software, deliver to customer and provide training as required. Provide liaison to military intelligence community to determine user needs and seek out business opportunities. Brief potential civilian and military customers to communicate the VFSD message and assist with securing business. Prepare briefings, white papers, trade studies in support of BD team. Be prepared to travel world wide, including combat zones, in support of customers.

Required Skills:
Recently retired US Army or USMC Military Intelligence field grade officer (MAJ through COL, LTC is preferred rank). Must have recent OIF (Iraq) / OEF (Afghanistan) experience (since 2004) as a tactical intelligence officer or analyst (Battalion through Division). Must be graduate of one of the DOD Staff Colleges. SAMS, SAWS or AAWS is preferred but not required.

Useful Skills:
Familiarity with ASAS or other ABCS systems (MCS, CPOF, BCS3, AFATDS / JDOCS…).
Specific COIN training and related experiences in Afghanistan or Iraq.
Previous experience working with indigenous forces as trainer or advisor.
Degree Required: Bachelors, MA Preferred
Travel: Yes 50% – 75%
Clearance: Secret Required, Top Secret Preferred
http://www.viecorefsd.com/current_job_openings.asp?lev2=47

5.)  Motor Vehicle Supervisor, TechWise, Fort Eustis, VA
http://www.techwise.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=39&Itemid=49

6.)  Deputy Program Manager, Mentron, Crystal City, VA

Metron’s OASiS Group is seeking an experienced program/technical manager in the Washington, D.C./Crystal City, VA area. Current projects include conduct of assessment analyses using modeling and simulation (M&S), as well as design, implementation, and testing of software products for use in future analyses by high level Navy customers.

Responsibilities include technical direction of and participation in operations research analyses and applications, defense M&S development, customer relations, program management, and new business development. Knowledge of Navy/DoD assessment processes, DoD systems, M&S techniques, as well as scenarios for Major Combat Operations (MCO) and Global War on Terror (GWOT) baseline scenarios are essential, as is an interest in continuing business development.

The following duties are required:

Work directly for San Diego-based Program Manager. Establish current and future program objectives and plans, particularly in new focus areas of operations analysis/research and M&S as applied to military and homeland security problems of national significance.
Perform supervisory functions for subordinate staff members, to include leading and assisting with technical development of products.
Regularly interact with customer base, up to the SES/Flag level.
Target customers, plan, formulate, and write proposals for new work. Define the objective or purpose of the work, estimate costs and specify the capabilities of the product or services to be delivered.
Job Requirements:

A graduate degree in technical field (e.g., mathematics, engineering, physical sciences, or operations research).
A minimum of 10 years of defense programs experience in the areas of analysis and M&S, to include technical and program management experience with industry or government. Prior active military service or comparable experience providing direct support to the military is a plus.
US CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED
Security Requirement:

Successful candidates will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
http://www.metsci.com/careers/openings.html

7.)  Senior RFIC/MMIC Design Lead/Engineer, MicroWave Technology Inc. (MwT), An IXYS Company, Fremont, CA
http://www.mwtinc.com/job_openings.htm#RFAL

8.)  Program Assistant, SEA CORP, Middletown, RI

Status: Full-Time on-site / 40hrs week

Responsibilities: Program Assistant required to provide administrative and program support for the Code 15 AN/SQQ-89 Program. Responsibilities include: meeting minutes and action items recording, distribution, tracking and resolution and creation & update of Power Point presentations. Database data entry and record keeping. Scheduling support using Microsoft Project. Bi-monthly travel to WDC, Morgantown, WV and/or Syracuse, NY required.

Qualifications: Skilled in Microsoft Office: Word, Power Point, and Project experience required. Willing to take advanced courses in Office, if required. Must be experienced with most of the position description elements outlined above. Able to travel at least twice a month for 1-2 days each trip. Must be able to work independently, have a proven track record of customer satisfaction, have outstanding initiative and follow-through.

Work Location: NUWC (Newport, RI)

Founded in 1981 and headquartered in the Aquidneck Corporate Park near Newport's First Beach, SEA CORP is a recognized provider of the highest quality information technology and engineering services. Spurred on by recent successes in research, development and engineering services, we are experiencing a period of dynamic growth. This growth has created an immediate demand for dedicated professionals in a number of technical fields.

SEA CORP offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits (including medical, dental, 401K, and an incentive bonus plan) and room for individual initiative and professional growth. SEA CORP is an EEO/AA employer.
Send resume to:

Human Resources Dept.
SEA CORP
Aquidneck Corporate Park
62 Johnny Cake Hill
Middletown, RI 02842

Fax: (401) 841-5860
E-mail: HR@seacorp.com

Contact Person: Bobbi-Jo Marcotte – Human Resources
http://www.seacorp.com/careers.asp
9.)  Systems Engineer RADAR, CDI, Baltimore, MD
http://ju2.4jobs.com/job.asp?id=15607211

10.)  Intermediate Electronic Warfare (EW) Engineer, SRC, Fort Walton Beach, FL
https://www1.recruitingcenter.net/clients/syrres/publicjobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10903&esid=az

11.)  Electronic Warfare Test Engineer, MTSI, Yuma, AZ
http://security-clearance-jobs.techexpousa.com/show_display_posting.cfm?posting_id=212390&employer_id=10571

12.)  Heavy Equipment Mechanic, ManTech, Fayetteville, NC
http://www.mantech.com/careers/careers_redirect.asp?r=22345BR&codes=DEjn

13.)  MK 41 VLS Engineer – Mid-level, L3 Communications, Washington, DC
https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/L3/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=35788&esid=az

14.)  NAVAL ARCHITECT (STRUCTURES), SUPSHIPS, GULFCOAST, Naval Sea Systems Command, Pascagoula, MS

Job Announcement Number: SE8-0871-12-MI970045-DE 
SALARY RANGE: 65,315.00 – 84,913.00 USD per year
OPEN to Friday, April 25, 2008
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0871-12/12
http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=70759169

15.)  Deputy Manager, Naval Reactors Laboratory Field Office, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA

Vacancy Ann.#:  NA-08-ES-012
Who May Apply:  Public
Pay Plan:  ES-0340-99/99
Appointment Term:  Permanent
Job Status:  Full-Time
Closes 5/2/2008
Salary:  From 114,468.00 to 158,500.00 USD per year

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=70311205

16.)  Quality Program Lead, Integrated Defense Systems (IDS), Raytheon, Portsmouth, RI
https://raytheon.rayjobs.com/viewjob.html?erjob=433577&eresc=DirectEmployers

17.)  Military Aviation Customer Service Rep (E), Jeppesen, Englewood, Colorado

Serving our Latin America customers, this temporary position is essential to completing a customer transition project within the Military Aviation business unit. Fluency in Portuguese or Spanish is required.

Essential Functions:

Provide top notch customer service in a call center environment
Develop effective solutions to customer problems ensuring that resolutions fit the customer needs
Assess and research customer issues thoroughly and accurately
Collaborate with various internal departments and resources to provide a premier, seamless service experience
Maintain accurate record keeping of customer information and orders in our proprietary database
Participate in continuous improvement activities within the customer service team

Education/Experience:

A High School diploma or GED is required as well as 4 years of work experience in customer facing position OR equivalent combination of education & experience. A working knowledge Oracle order entry and Lotus Notes is preferred. Military aviation experience is a plus!

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

Demonstrated success in handling multiple and competing demands in a changing environment
Effective approaches to managing difficult situations via phone and email
Strong orientation to serving customers and ability to understand the customer perspective
Sound judgment in handling confidential information

Jeppesen is an Equal Opportunity Employer
http://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/jeppesen/JobDescription.asp?JobNumber=567720

18.)  Supply Chain Specialist, Allegis Group, New Orleans, LA
http://aviation.thingamajob.com/jobs/Louisiana/SUPPLY-CHAIN-SPECIALIST/1571244

19.)  Supply Chain Specialist, Volt Information Sciences, New Orleans, LA
http://jobs.volt.com/jobcart/job_details.cfm?JobID=213894

20.)  Military Aviation Ops Analyst, American Systems, Yuma, AZ
https://americansystems.ats.hrsmart.com/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=1916

21.)  Aviation Resources Officer, IAP Worldwide Services, Fort Irwin, CA
https://iapws.recruitmax.com/MAIN/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=4822&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=&sourceID=DEA

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