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or mail to: Navy Supply Corps Foundation, 2061 Experiment Station Road, STE 301, PMB 423, Watkinsville, GA 30677.
Senior Program Manager - OPNAV N41 Support - IMMEDIATE FILL
POC: Aurora Johnson @ 248-709-3503 or Julia Hubbell @ 248.251.8173; and Program Manager Jeff Ragghianti, Jeffrey.Ragghianti@ubtus.com, 248-251-8296
· Requires recent experience within the last year of developing budget balancing strategy including the prioritization of unfunded issues and the generation of acceptable offsets.
· Five years' experience obtaining and analyzing PBIS budget data for specific programs
· Special consideration may be given to candidates with demonstrated and verifiable experience at higher echelons of DoD, DoN, or other Federal departments/agencies operating in the national capital region.”
· Expert knowledge of PBIS data and ability to develop specific queries and input of issues.
· Advanced MS Office skills, specifically the ability to clearly portray complex information in MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel are critical.
· The successful candidate must have five years’ experience in the development of high-level briefs, instructions, and policy memos.
· Five years’ experience in Department of the Navy PPBE processes and POM development providing recommendations for balancing limited resources against competing requirements/priorities.
· Five years’ experience reviewing, analyzing, and assessing fiscal risk associated with warfare programs
· Six years of experience performing qualitative and quantitative financial analysis of defense programs at the headquarters or systems command level.
· Eight to ten years of experience with Navy missions, operations, and weapon systems, particularly in aviation and air warfare programs is highly desired. .
· Must have current DoD SECRET clearance.
· Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university preferably in math, science or engineering,
What we offer:
· Generous Vacation and Health benefit package
· 401k matching program
· Long and Short-term disability
· Life Insurance
· Paid Holidays
Please contact Aurora Johnson @ 248-709-3503 or Julia Hubbell @ 248.251.8173.
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The Board of Directors of the United Way of South Hampton Roads is reorganizing to better serve the segments of the community and one of those is the military. We have created a new Vice President position to manage the Mission United division.
(https://www.unitedwayshr.org/mission-united ). Ideally, this person should be a veteran with a desire to help that community by working to get them the services they deserve.
POC: Frank Brooks - firstname.lastname@example.org
UNITED WAY OF SOUTH HAMPTON ROADS – JOB DESCRIPTION
Title: Director of Mission United
Department: Mission United
Reports To: Vice President, Community Impact
Date Created: February 2021, updated Sept 2021
Primary Purpose of Position:
Mission United (MU) is a collective impact initiative, spearheaded by the United Way of South Hampton Roads and over 50 community partners, that supports our region’s active-duty service members, veterans, and their families on their individualized journeys to self-sufficiency. There are over 400,000 military-connected people living in Hampton Roads. MU’s extensive network of service providers connects clients to affordable housing, job training, health care and other resources through an online care-coordination software called Unite Us. MU’s network of partners also provides intensive coaching and case management to help clients achieve their goals for self-sufficiency. Our target population includes:
• Active-duty service members from all five branches, including the Reserves and National Guard
• Military retirees
• Military spouses and dependents
• Veterans of any era with any discharge
United Way of South Hampton Roads (UWSHR) has been identified as MU’s backbone organization. The Director of Mission United spearheads the engagement of diverse stakeholder groups that guide vision and strategy, support aligned activities and shared measurements, build public will and community engagement, advance policy, and mobilize funding to support initiative goals and objectives.
Core Job Responsibilities:
• Lead and coordinate all collective impact committees, workgroups, volunteers, activities, and the Hampton Roads United Network of service providers.
• With our partners, establish and implement MU’s strategies for achieving community-level results.
• Leverage and grow resources and our network of Unite Us service providers.
• Establish and maintain a data management infrastructure that collects, manages, and reports data effectively.
• Facilitate the identification of core measurable outcomes for each committee and workgroup, mutually reinforcing activities, and develop a system for collaboration and communication to advance MU’s shared agenda.
• Assign and monitor all job responsibilities while maintaining positive relations and resolving conflicts among stakeholders.
• Oversee MU direct investments and leverage community resources ensuring that organizational resources are used to their maximum potential.
• Develop, in partnership with MU committees and UWSHR staff, and monitor a five-year MU resource investment plan. This includes the implementation of new grant process for MU integrated with other United Way funding processes.
• Provide tools, methods, and relevant training to support sustainable continuous quality improvement practices.
• Engage UWSHR staff and volunteers to achieve goals related to programming, funding, fundraising, and communications.
• Act as point of contact for crisis response
^ provides initial screening and triage evaluation of calls received
^ implements continuity of care procedures and coordinates the provision of ongoing prescreening assessments
^ oversees scheduling to meet call demands
^ network with other agencies who care receiving prescreening services to ensure no duplication
^ develops and maintains protocols or policies regarding the referral of individuals requesting services
^ oversees call center
^ participates in the recruitment and selection process of call center screeners
^ facilitate call center training
^provide active supervision for intervention specialists
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Key Skill Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in related field required; Master’s Degree preferred.
• 5-10 years relevant experience; prior military service preferred; seeking candidates with strategic planning, program development, and evaluation competencies.
• Familiarity with asset-based approaches to community development, volunteerism, and corporate philanthropy.
• Demonstrated experience with group facilitation and working with and managing staff and/or volunteers to plan and implement community-based initiatives with specific deliverables and demonstrable outcomes. This includes an ability to inspire, organize, convene, and lead groups, build consensus, and collaborate with diverse stakeholders. • Project management skills with the ability to problem-solve, prioritize, delegate, and create systems and processes.
• Experience in collective impact and working with military-connected communities and service organizations, with the ability to build and sustain productive relationships with diverse individuals, groups, organizations, and communities.
• Excellent analytical ability and superior problem-solving skills.
• Excellent communication, interpersonal, listening, writing, and facilitation skills.
• Ability to take concepts from initiation to completion with minimal supervision.
• Microsoft Office skills and experience required.
• Commitment to excellence and the mission of United Way.
• Guide vision and strategy: A challenge is defined, goals established, and priorities are identified. Partners share a common understanding of the need and desired result. Partners’ individual work is increasingly aligned with the initiative’s common agenda.
• Support aligned activities: Partners select or develop interventions/programming to advance goals. Partners increasingly communicate and coordinate their activities toward common goals. Partners collaboratively develop new approaches to advance the initiative.
• Establish shared measurement practices: An evaluation and assessment plan has been established. Partners understand the value of sharing data. Interventions/programs are implemented, evaluated, and partners increasingly use data to adapt and refine their strategies.
• Build public will: More community members feel empowered to act on the MU’s priority areas and activities.
• Advance policy: Partners increasingly communicate and coordinate their activities toward common goals. Policy changes increasingly occur in line with initiative goals.
• Mobilize funding: Funding is secured to support initiative activities. Philanthropic and public funds are increasingly aligned with initiative goals.
• Track and communicate results: Changes tracked using a Results-Based Accountability Framework and Unite Us.
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) leads and oversees the organization’s ongoing operations. As a key member of the Leadership Team, the COO is the right hand of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), manages the internal operations of the organization, establishes policies and processes that promote organizational culture, and is critical to the development and execution of the strategic plan. The COO is responsible for the efficiency of the business, which includes setting and achieving comprehensive goals for performance and growth, leading 35+ employees, encouraging maximum performance and dedication and supporting the growth of volunteerism nationwide. The COO role is a high-visibility position, requiring strong communication skills and the responsibility to positively represent the organization in the community and in the media. The COO must maintain the highest level of integrity and lead by example in all areas.
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation (NSCF) is hiring for the Office Manager position (formally called “Administrative Assistant”). This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual to serve our Community in a meaningful and dynamic way.
Interested Candidates, please see below to learn more about the position and for detail on how to submit your application. The NEW Office Manager will start no later than 1 February 2022. The Foundation’s current Administrative Assistant , Ms. Cindy Inglett, will be retiring at the end of January 2022.
Navy Supply Corps Foundation (NSCF) Background:
The NSCF was created in 1970 to serve the U.S. Navy Supply Corps community; the Navy's business, financial, acquisition and logistics professionals. Currently headquartered in Watkinsville, GA, the NSCF has grown from a social organization to a global 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that serves the Navy Supply Corps community through its mission of sharing the story of the Navy Supply Corps and providing the community with programs to meet its current and future needs.
With 38 direct report Chapters around the world, the NSCF impacts the Supply Corps in almost every area where the U.S. Navy operates. The Foundation’s mission is to provide programs and services to support the Navy Supply Corps Community and promote its heritage and traditions.
The NSCF is a dynamic non-profit that supports the full spectrum of the Supply Corps community within the U.S. Navy including active, reserve, retired and former officers and active, reserve and retired supply-related enlisted members, and their families. While accomplishing its mission, all elements of the NSCF operate in accordance with the U.S. Navy's regulations regarding Non Federal Entities, the Navy's Code of Ethics and the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors (Board) and operates under a working committee construct. The Board assists the Executive Director (ED) and staff with non-profit management, program execution and liaison with the
U.S. Navy at the National and local levels. The triad of Board, committees, and the ED and staff, in essence runs the Foundation. The Board meets twice a year to conduct its governance responsibilities and the committees meet as needed, usually virtually, to execute their programs. The ED and staff conduct the day-to-day operations in coordination with the Board and committee chairpersons.
Along with the standard non-profit governance and operating documentation, the Foundation operates under a Board-approved Strategic Plan that delineates each committee's goals and objectives for a three-year period. We are currently executing the first year of our 2021-2023 Strategic Plan.
The NSCF's mission is more relevant today than ever before: its programs are making a positive difference at all levels of the Supply Corps’ ‘family’ and the way ahead is an exciting one. The Office Manager position represents an extraordinary opportunity for a dynamic individual to help support the Foundation as it moves into the future along with a dedicated Board, vibrant committees, professional staff, and an extensive cadre of energetic volunteers around the world.
Leidos Opportunity, San Diego, CA, eID Support Analyst
April 15, 2021 in Job Postings
The CIO Services Group of Leidos is seeking an eID Support Analyst. In this role, you will primarily support the Leidos internal cloud based Pki infrastructure. We are looking for a candidate that has as solid understanding of Pki and digital certificates, certificate authorities, MFA, smart cards and supporting technologies (inc. Cloud Based). The eID Support Analyst will troubleshoot issues with certificates and tokens in a Windows environment, as well as work with our supporting vendors. The eID Support Analyst must possess diagnostic skills, critical thinking, and ability to work independently and also as part of a small but heavily-tasked security team. Strong oral/written communication skills, an exceptionally keen focus on details and quality, and customer interface skills are a necessity.
Please note: Work location for this position will be San Diego, California.
No two career paths will ever look the same. At Leidos, we know the most talented and diverse IT and engineering professionals will always have a multitude of career choices; your time at Leidos will be a wise investment in your career and in yourself. We welcome your perspective and ideas, in order to foster collaboration and deliver world-class solutions.
We look for solutions that not only transform businesses, but change the world.
Protect yourself and your family, with the benefits of working for a world-class employer.
When you join Leidos, you join a Fortune 500 company and one of Ethisphere Institute’s “World's Most Ethical Companies”
Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company’s 38,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Va., Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $11.09 billion for the fiscal year ended January 3, 2020. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
POC: Terry Raisor, Sr. Talent Acquisition Recruiter, ANDREW.T.RAISOR@leidos.com
L3Harris Technologies Opportunity, Plano, TX, Sr Spec, Cyber Intelligence
January 26, 2021 in Job Postings
L3Harris is dedicated to recruiting and developing diverse, high-performing talent who are passionate about what they do. Our employees are unified in a shared dedication to our customers’ mission and quest for professional growth. L3Harris provides an inclusive, engaging environment designed to empower employees and promote work-life success. Fundamental to our culture is an unwavering focus on values, dedication to our communities, and commitment to excellence in everything we do.
L3Harris Technologies is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies across air, land, sea, space and cyber domains. L3Harris has approximately $18 billion in annual revenue and 48,000 employees, with customers in more than 100 countries.
The Information System Security Officer (ISSO) is part of an Information Security team supporting a wide variety of existing and developing computer network and communications systems and projects. The ISSO is responsible for the development and implementation of security controls required IAW information system (IS) categorization and overlay application.
Major Responsibilities/Activities Statements:
Educational Requirements: Physical Requirements:
L3 Harris Technologies is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. L3Harris is committed to treating all employees and applicants for employment with respect and dignity and maintaining a workplace that is free from unlawful discrimination. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or other related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, characteristic or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local laws. L3Harris maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing and background cJob Title: Sr Spec, Cyber Intelligence
Please be aware many of our positions require the ability to obtain a security clearance. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
By submitting your résumé for this position, you understand and agree that L3Harris Technologies may share your résumé, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions.
POC: Christopher Burks, Talent Acquisition / Recruiter, christopher.burks@l3Harris.com
OPEN GOVERNMENT OPPORTUNITY - GS-15 Logistics Management Specialist - Washington Navy Yard opening -closes 23 JUN 20
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
$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).
CALIBRE, an employee-owned management and Digital Transformation company, is seeking a Senior Program Manager to join our dynamic team!
Job ID: 3391
Duties and Responsibilities: