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POC: Kevin L. McGuire, Director Logistics Engineering, Land Systems -  Tel +1 314 553 4987  Mobile +1 314 202 2967

DRS Land Systems has 3 job openings in Bridgeton, MO (suburb of St. Louis). The Leonardo DRS Land Systems business is a recognized leader in the design and integration of complex technologies into new and legacy systems and platforms for global military and commercial customers.

Senior ILS Manager, Job ID: 99659

Job Summary: Responsible for managing individuals who perform Logistics Product Support Analysis (PSA) maintenance planning, develop sustainment strategies and support documentation on time and budget.  Provides oversight during the design and development of logistics products to fulfill the stated and anticipated needs of customers.

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Senior Logistics Engineer, Job ID: 99207

Job Summary: Potential support programs include U.S. Army Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (CUAS). Responsible for supporting the development of Logistics Product Support Analysis (PSA) maintenance planning, sustainment strategies and completing support documentation activity on time and budget.  Researches, collects, and reports information on the ability and capacity of company products and supplier commercial off the shelf (COTS) equipment.  Provides Logistics insight during the design and development of equipment and systems, and redesign of existing systems to fulfill the stated and anticipated needs of customers.  Will support engineering team during design and development and must analyze, document and support testing of products, systems, subsystems and supporting documentation. Must possess technical expertise in analyzing and maintaining complex electronic, mechanical and hydraulic systems. Must possess the ability to initiate and complete a logistics project independently. Formal and ad hoc mentor and coach for other engineers within the logistics group as well as system and design engineers. Must be able to develop support documentation e.g. Maintenance Task Analysis, and Repair Level Analysis, SM&R codes, that provides overall mission support for the total product lifecycle. Logistics support considerations must include but are not limited to obsolescence analysis, technology insertion, upgrades, repair, and overhaul of legacy systems, subsystems, and components. Efforts required to anticipate and meet these continual customer needs will cover analysis, data collection, LSA file design and technology insertion, prototyping, maintenance, fabrication, repair, and testing.

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Logistics Engineer II, Job ID: 99735

Job Summary: The Logistic Engineer is responsible for developing support documentation e.g. Maintenance Task Analysis, and Repair Level Analysis, SM&R codes, that provides overall mission support for the total product lifecycle. Logistics support considerations must include but are not limited to obsolescence analysis, technology insertion, upgrades, repair, and overhaul of legacy systems, subsystems, and components. Efforts required to anticipate and meet these continual customer needs will cover analysis, data collection, LSA file design and technology insertion, prototyping, maintenance, fabrication, repair, and testing.

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At Verkada, we’re rethinking what it means to be physically safe. Today, we build security cameras that detect action, identify danger and help keep people and places safe and secure. Using a combination of software and hardware, we’re transforming an industry that has seen little innovation for decades—and we already support thousands of customers. But this is just the beginning. We envision a world in which security systems feel as seamless and modern as the organizations they protect and our enterprise solution becomes a model for not just business security, but public security as well.

The Government Contracts Specialist will assist in identifying government contracts, schedules, and purchasing agreements that help drive and close opportunities. They will implement the correct internal business operations to ensure compliance with those contracts. 


    • Maintain a complete and accurate tracking system of all contracts, schedules, and purchasing agreements and the opportunities associated with them.
    • Ensure compliance with existing terms, conditions, and record-keeping requirements for each federal, state, and local contract.
    • Guide contract and government sales strategy by researching, developing, and implementing new procurement vehicles.
    • Provide first-line advice and triage on contract-related requests from the internal sales team and external channel partners.
    • Train, counsel and provide guidance to management and internal sales team for government opportunities.
    • Assist with Request for Proposal (RFP) and/or Request for Information (RFI) support focused on progressing deals and securing wins.
    • Drive implementation of strategic contract opportunities with the most significant impact on the business. 
    • Analyze new law, regulation, and contract trends for potential impact on sales goals and objectives.


    • 5+ years of relevant experience in the state, local, and federal government contract space
    • Excellent writing, oral communication, and organizational skills
    • Experience building and managing contract management tools (including Salesforce), and processes
    • Work efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
    • Ability to analyze legal risks within contracts, and know when appropriate to escalate to the legal team or to external resources, as necessary, for further evaluation or approval.

About our team
Behind the scenes, we’re a team of computer scientists, hardware engineers and experienced founders who saw a chance to make a real impact. We’re united by the challenge of building beautiful products, designed for real people—and by our commitment to using technology responsibly. We believe keeping data private and secure is core to our safety as individuals, businesses and communities and we put great care into building systems that embody our values as people. Likewise, many of Silicon Valley’s top investors believe in us: we’re backed by Sequoia Capital, FirstRound, Meritech and Siemens (Next47).

Verkada is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status, and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.
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Regional Vice President, Middle East and North Africa Operations

Full Time Secret Clearance Travel TS/SCI Security Clearance
Job Title: Regional Vice President, Middle East and North Africa Operations
Job Type: Full-time
Location: Dubai
Education: Bachelor's Degree

Job Description

Scope of the Role
We are seeking a Regional Vice President to lead our Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
operations based in Dubai. Working with the senior management team, this position will drive
strategy and operations and provide executive level support for business capture in the region.
The Regional Vice President will build strong relationships with senior officials in the
Government of Iraq (GOI) and engage in strategic business development throughout MENA
nations. Strategic relationships will be created in coordination with both the Chief Operating
Officer (COO) and the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO). Dubai is the primary location with
engagements in Iraq and other MENA nations.

Key Responsibilities
Provide program oversight and support for all business capture activities in Iraq and
demonstrated marketing and business capture efforts in region.
Work closely with the COO in creating the overall program strategy and mission.
Maintain consistent communication and reports with COO and CSO on MENA activities.
Work closely with Global Mission Support Director on MENA business capture activities.
Collaborate with business unit leaders and business development team members involved with
MENA capture activities.
Participate in monthly Operations Finance reviews, Business Unit Roundtable discussions,
Business Development reviews, program reviews and Board of Director presentations.
Assist in active implementation of company initiatives to ensure compliance with regulatory or
conformance regulations and standards.
Travel frequently to Iraq and other MENA sites, as required for business development and
program oversight.
Visit Balad Air Base in conjunction with other Caliburn executives.

Job Requirements
The successful candidate will bring significant consulting experience, client relationships and
marketing; and will provide leadership, strategic direction, and business development support to grow the business.
At minimum, the individual we seek will have:
Senior executive with operational and business experience in the Middle East, preferably with
corporate or military assignment(s) in Iraq. Optimally a retired one-star or two-star retired flag
officer, preferably Department of Army, Department of Air Force, Department of Navy, or
former Senior Executive Service (SES) with State Department or Department of Defense
experience in the Middle East. Strong diplomatic and communication skills. Arabic language
skills desirable.
Three to five years of military, government or commercial experience in Iraq or Afghanistan and
business experience in Middle East.
Experience in one or several of the following industries: medical, security, base operations,
facilities operations and maintenance, and/or logistics.
International/foreign military sales acquisition and procurement experience.
Active clearance or ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI clearance.
Passion and a deep understanding of the mission and vision of the organization, along with the
agility and flexibility required to coordinate activities with various internal and external
constituents in the Middle East.

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Please contact Vince Walls @ 301-275-5110 or to discuss, or apply on-line @ - Job ID 2020-1545.  See attachment. 
Nakupuna Companies URGENTLY seeking a Senior Financial Management/Budget SME to support the ASN(FM&C) Office of Financial Management (FMO) in financial management planning, analysis, and execution activities. Serves as a subject matter expert and possesses in-depth knowledge of the U.S. Navy budget processes, systems, structures (particularly the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process), and financial management policy and guidance. The role requires an organized, thoughtful professional with excellent communication and collaboration skills. Understanding of DON budget processes, systems, structures, policy, and guidance required. Familiarity with PBIS, SABRS, CFMS and other budget tools necessary.  This position requires ~12 years of relevant professional experience working in or directly for the DoD or DON is required, experience working in or directly for Navy headquarters organizations is highly desirable.  This position requires a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration or data science/analytics or an equivalent related field from an accredited institution.  Currently, position is telework, but will transition back to government facility at Washington Navy Yard post-COVID.  SECRET clearance required.  Great, fast growing company, competitive salary (up to $170K depending up skills and experience) and generous benefits.  Please contact Vince Walls @ 301-275-5110 or to discuss, or apply on-line @ - Job ID 2020-1545.
Position: Senior Budget Analyst
Job Purpose: Serves as a subject matter expert supporting the Office of Financial Operations (FMO) within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller) {ASN(FM&C)}.  Supports FMO in financial management planning, analysis, and execution activities. Serves as the subject matter expert and demonstrates in-depth knowledge of the U.S. Navy budget processes, systems, structures (particularly the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process), and financial management policy and guidance. Applies expertise in financial management, budget, and financial systems to provide advice and guidance to budget and program officials on the preparation of reporting as well as detailed analyses of all phases of the budget process. Provides senior-level advice to the client organization on budgetary matters. 

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POC:  Gary Broadwell, 703.568.4824,  Feel free to call for more details.
To apply, go to; See Logistics Analyst; Job ID 2020-5661
LMI is seeking a Logistics Planner/Operational Contract Support (OCS) Analyst for a position supporting the Joint Staff (J4), OCS Division in the pentagon. Substantial telework is an option. This is a great opportunity to join an established team setting the conditions to better plan and manage commercial support to military operations.
The successful candidate will work on a team of subject matter experts to integrate OCS, a joint capability described in Joint Publication 4-10, Operational Contract Support, into joint policy, doctrine, operational planning, training, processes, and systems. While contracted support is the immense capability and capacity represented by the private sector in military operations, OCS is the government’s capability to plan for, procure, and manage that commercial capability to military operations. The ideal candidate would have recent experience in one or more of the following areas listed in preferred order:
1.  Combatant Command (CCMD), Joint Task Force (JTF), or Service component command experience in planning or managing contracted support to military forces in overseas military operations or joint exercises, experience in military operations planning in a joint or Service component environment to shape, develop, and review operational plans, annexes, and appendices that integrate commercial support
  • Experience drafting operational, warning, execute, and fragmentary orders
  • Proficiency in developing and synchronizing exercise objectives, scenarios, and events (e.g., MSEL injects) to realistically integrate commercial support into joint exercises and operational planning events to train personnel to combat readiness standards
2.  Joint Staff or Office of the Secretary of Defense experience in, or working closely with, one of the following Joint Staff Directorates: (J3) Operations; (J5) Plans; (J4) Logistics; (J7) Force Development; or (J2) Intelligence.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with senior staff, as well as tactical and operational officers. The purpose of such interaction is to persuade, motivate, influence, justify, negotiate, or resolve operational planning matters involving OCS, logistics, and operational relevance (opportunities and risks) of commercial support to operations.
  • Expert proficiency in oral and written communications. The candidate must be skilled at writing concisely, expressing thoughts clearly, and developing ideas in logical sequence. 
3.  Instructor experience in a military environment teaching joint operational planning, operational contract support, or other joint operational doctrine concepts and procedures.
4.  Acquisition experience specifically related to contingency contracting, vendor vetting, or developing operational planning factors or contract requirements supporting contingency operations (e.g., LOGCAP and AFCAP)
The primary duties of this position are to integrate commercial support into joint operational planning, review and assess operational plans and orders to ensure adequate planning for contracted support, and to support training, exercises, and other joint force development activities advancing the operational relevance and reality of contracted support to military operations.  To be effective, the candidate should have recent and strong operational or logistics planning experience that lends itself to the following tasks:
  • Originate, conceive, and conduct commercial support planning and execution research, process analysis, and studies leading to:
    • Improvements in OCS joint planning and execution and integration into the joint training system
    • OCS execution tools that enable and support CCMD/JTF headquarters OCS capability
    • Instruction on OCS concepts, tactics, techniques and procedures to deploying personnel
    • Planning factors and methods that anticipate contracted support requirements to prompt planners
  • Operate within the Joint Planning Process, apply strategic and operational OCS guidance to review and offer analytical inputs to CCMD-created CONPLANS and OPLANS, WARNORDS, OPORDS, and FRAGOS or supporting Service component plans and orders.
  • Review and develop policy, instructions, joint doctrine, manuals, handbooks, procedures, briefings, talking points, information papers, training requirements or products, or other guidance as they relate to OCS and contracted support.
  • Adjust to shifts in priorities and manage multiple tasks simultaneously that may include staff support relating to current operations.
A 6-9 month objective of this position, after appropriate indoctrination and training, is to become an instructor for the Joint OCS Planning and Execution Course (JOPEC), which teaches application of OCS in planning and operations.  JOPEC is taught to students ranging from senior non-commissioned officers to senior officers.
*NOTE:  Any candidate with School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), Joint Advanced Warfighting (JAWS), Maritime Advanced Warfighting School (MAWS), School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW), or School of Advanced Air and Space Studies (SAASS), graduate certification is qualified for this position regardless of other experience.
  • Active, final Top Secret Clearance
  • Master's degree and 4 years related experience in joint planning, contingency contracting, or OCS as defined in Joint Publication 4-10, Operational Contract Support, OR a Bachelor's degree and 8 years related experience in joint planning, contingency contracting, or OCS
  • Graduate of Phase I JPME 
  • Graduate of Phase 2 JPME
  • Experience as a U.S. Army Logistics Support Plans and Operations (SPO) Officer or other joint or Service equivalent (J/G/A/N/S-4)
  • Recent experience planning and executing combined and joint operations at the theater/CCMD/JTF or component level, experience with the Joint Training System, joint interagency operations planning, logistics, and civil-military operations conducted at CCMD or Service component command level
  • Familiarity with key stakeholders and organizations in the OCS Communities of Interest
Job Postings
Position now open for a GS-15 LNO within one of the Maritime PEOs, located at the Navy Yard.  Great opportunity for an existing Government civilian or a retired O-6 with substantial NAVSEA and NAVSUP experience.  Link to the job announcement and additional details below. 
Open & closing dates
06/17/2020 to 06/23/2020

GS 15
$142,701 to $170,800 per year
Washington Navy Yard, DC

Will serve as a Logistics Management Specialist on the Liaison Officer Team embedded within a Maritime Program Executive Office (PEO) in Washington DC as part of the Assistant Commander for Operations and Warfare Engagement, Fleet & Warfare Integration Division of the Naval Supply Systems Command Headquarters (NAVSUP HQ).
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CALIBRE, an employee-owned management and Digital Transformation company, is seeking a Senior Program Manager to join our dynamic team!

Twentynine Palms, California

Job ID: 3391

Apply HERE.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop geographically-specific, reality-based, theater-level logistics scenarios, threads, and injects for inclusion into Joint Master Scenario Events List (JMSEL) for MCLOG exercises/training events/wargames.
  • Participate in conferences to facilitate long term planning to optimize joint theater logistics considerations in exercises/training events/wargames.
  • Develop, synchronize, and manage joint logistics inputs for MCLOG's POIs, and exercise scenarios, storylines and JMSEL injects.
  • Develop joint logistics scenarios in accordance with designated exercise parameters.
  • Provide subject matter expertise to support analyzing, designing, developing, implementing and evaluating joint logistics considerations within MCLOG's POIs and training programs.
  • Support expeditionary and operational level joint logistics doctrine development by providing subject matter expertise.
  • Develop reasonable courses of action for the training unit in accordance with exercise learning objectives.
  • Provide joint logistics role-player support by performing role player functions and/or by providing training and instruction to personnel designated to fill joint logistics role player assignments during exercises, training events, and wargames.
  • Provide subject matter expertise to integrate aviation, intelligence, fires, joint logistics and ground combat element operations and maneuver support into all exercises, training events, and wargames.


  • Training, education or experience in the fundamentals and principles of designing and executing military exercises (i.e. collective, organizational training events).
  • Experience, training or education in military decision making and planning military operations (e.g. Marine Corps Planning Process, Military Decision-Making Process, Navy Planning Process).
  • Understanding, gained through training, education or experience of the capabilities, capacities and limitations of Marine Corps logistics systems and organizations.
  • Training, education or experience in the fundamentals and principles of tactical logistics (i.e. combat service support) and how Marine Corps tactical logistics functions, activities and organizations effectively integrate with operational level functions, activities and organizations during the conduct of joint expeditionary operations.
  • Understanding of the roles and responsibilities for coordinating and executing logistics support functions of: Geographic Combatant Commands, Functional Combatant Commands, Component Commands, Combat Support Agencies, Service Headquarters and Combined Joint Task Force Headquarters during the execution of joint expeditionary operations.
  • Knowledge of naval logistics functions, activities and organizations and how Marine Corps commands integrate with and leverage naval logistics capabilities during the conduct of a expeditionary naval campaign.


  • U.S. Citizen
  • Must possess/maintain a Secret security clearance.
  • Minimum of 10 years of related professional work experience
  • Demonstrated skills to perform all required duties
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work responsibly and independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Experience with standard MS Office suite products and SharePoint
  • Military operational experience in deployment and employment of ground combat, aviation, supporting arms, and combat service support units and related equipment.
  • Knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at the Joint operational command level.


  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management or a Bachelor’s Degree in a similar field such as Logistics Management or Supply Chain Management; or in lieu of the Degree, 10 years of cumulative experience in all required skills listed above.