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100% Remote Opportunities with TurnAround Factor (TAF)

POC:  Matthew Roy, 804-878-8328.  The response e-mail is ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com.

Positions are contingent on contract award, but TAF has received notice of intent to award.

Software Engineers (Jr. and Sr. Level)

TAF is looking for software engineers at the junior and senior level to work on a new AR project
based on Microsoft HoloLens 2 that will enable remote maintenance and training. This project
will include the following key skills:
? C# & Microsoft Mixed Reality Toolkit
? Unity Engine
? Python 3
? Embedded C
TAF anticipates hires in the following roles:
? Embedded Development — This role will focus on connecting real-world hardware to
an AR environment, developing the hardware and software needed to bridge existing
devices with an AR platform. Experience with embedded C, embedded Python, and
other similar experience is a plus. Experience with USB, “weird” serial standards, sensor
interfaces, embedded TCP/IP networking, and related areas is a plus.
? Hololens Development (Unity, C#) — This role will focus on implementing in-device UI
and creating a highly intuitive user experience. While Hololens AR experience is a plus,
any experience with Unity can translate well into this role. AR or VR UI experience is a
plus. This role requires a strong focus on shipping usable product and a Lean
startup/MVP-driven mentality.
? Backend & Full Stack (Python, possibly some JS) — This role will focus on creating the
backend platform to connect the dots between the embedded hardware and the
hormones UI, as well as the management, administration, and mentor/supervisor
interfaces required. Experience with Python, Flask, Azure, and Microsoft Dynamics 365
is a plus.

UI/UX experience with AR or HoloLens experience a plus for all roles.
You will work on a small distributed team led by TAF’s Principal Investigator for this project, who
reports directly to TAF’s President. This project is focused on rapid (4 months) delivery of a
MVP followed by tech demonstrations and prototype fielding within 12 months.

A 4-year degree in a related field is required, but TAF may consider candidates with substantial
closely related experience in lieu of a degree. Specific experience with the platforms mentioned
is a strong plus. TAF is located in Richmond, Virginia, but these positions are 100% remote.
TAF has received a notice of award, but the contract is not finalized, so this position is
contingent upon final contract award. These positions are primarily full-time, but both full time
and part time roles are available at each of these levels for compelling candidates with specific
experience in these areas.

The ability to obtain a security clearance or a current clearance is a plus, but is not required.

Pay will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Group Healthcare, Vision, and
Dental are available to full-time employees. 10 days paid holidays and 2 weeks PTO your first
year for full-time employees.

Please contact ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com or PM me for more details!
Job Postings

100% Remote Opportunities with TurnAround Factor (TAF)

POC:  Matthew Roy, 804-878-8328.  The response e-mail is ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com.

Positions are contingent on contract award, but TAF has received notice of intent to award.

Shipboard IT & SIPRnet SME

TAF is looking for an SME familiar with the Navy shipboard IT environment and SIPRnet to work
on a new Augmented Reality (AR) project based on Microsoft Hololens 2 that will facilitate
remote maintenance and training. The SME will provide expertise and advice to prepare TAF’s
engineers for the requirements of integrating with the shipboard environment and assist TAF’s
engineers with the preparation of submissions and supporting documentation. Experience
conducting technical demonstrations and integrating new endpoints into the shipboard
environment and SIPRnet is desired.

A 4-year degree in a related field is required, but TAF may consider candidates with substantial
closely related experience in lieu of a degree. TAF is located in Richmond, Virginia, but this
position will be 100% remote during Phase I. This position is a consulting role expected to
require 5-10 hours per month. TAF has received a notice of award, but the contract is not
finalized, so this position is contingent upon final contract award. Phase I is 4 months; Phase II
is 24 months and work arrangements for Phase II will be negotiated at time of award.
The Phase I effort will be conducted at the UNCLASSIFIED level to facilitate remote
collaboration, but the ability to obtain a security clearance (or ADP-I/IT-1) or a current clearance
is required. Phase II work is expected to require secure access. This role may or may not be
required to participate in classified discussions during Phase II, which may entail limited travel to
a SCIF.

Pay will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Please contact ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com or PM me for more details!
Job Postings

100% Remote Opportunities with TurnAround Factor (TAF)

POC:  Matthew Roy, 804-878-8328.  The response e-mail is ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com.

Positions are contingent on contract award, but TAF has received notice of intent to award.

Navy Maintenance SME

TAF is looking for a Subject Matter Expert (SME) familiar with Navy maintenance and overhaul
to consult on a new Augmented Reality (AR) that will facilitate remote maintenance and training.
The SME will provide expertise and advice to help TAF’s engineers understand the “ground
truth” of Navy maintenance operations for Ship’s Maintenance, Airwing Maintenance, and Depot
Maintenance. Experience in Navy Maintenance is required. Experience at multiple levels (e.g.,
shipboard, depot, overhaul) is desirable. Maintenance Management experience is desirable
(e.g., Warrant Officer, Officer, etc.).

A 4-year degree in a related field is required, but TAF may consider candidates with substantial
closely related experience in lieu of a degree. TAF is located in Richmond, Virginia, but this
position will be 100% remote. This position is a consulting role expected to require 5-10 hours
per month. TAF has received a notice of award, but the contract is not finalized, so this position
is contingent upon final contract award.

Pay will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Please contact ar-hires@turnaroundfactor.com for more details!
Job Postings
POC: Brian Drapp, 619.929.6325 - bdrapp@nakupuna.com

 
HOT FILL Opportunity – Senior Operating Materials & Supplies (OM&S) Subject Matter Expert (SME) (West Coast…San Diego/Los Angeles/Keyport regions); Pay Range: $120K - $145K (based on experience/skills)


Nakupuna Solutions has an IMMEDIATE HIRE OPPORTUNITY for an Sr. OM&S SME to lead a contract support team of 30+ Inventory Specialists/Logistics Analysts across several geographical regions within the continental United States. The OM&S SME will support a Navy Systems Command that is undergoing a multi-year initiative to account for all OM&S property to support achievement of Department of Defense and Department of Navy audit readiness goals and objectives and to ensure compliance with Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness auditability requirements.
  • OM&S Team Lead (Fmr. Supply Corps O4-O6, NAVSUP Civilians GS-13-15, Fmr. Contractor with significant OM&S inventory/leadership experience desired):
    • Leading two regionally dispersed contract support teams in achievement of all contract performance work requirements. Ensuring products and services are completed in a timely fashion, consistent with client and corporate standards.
    • SME for Navy OM&S business processes, inventory procedures, and Navy ERP functional requirements for material management/warehouse management. Provide team/individual training on these topics, as necessary. 
    • Working closely with the client to ensure thorough understanding of contract requirements and client business processes. Ensure understanding across the project team.
    • Performing client engagement to facilitate execution of project deliverables.
    • Supporting Project Manager in developing project plans, ensure successful project execution - on-time, within scope and budget.
    • Supporting Project Manager in planning/scheduling project timelines; monitor and track project progress & deliverable accomplishment. Monitor and report on project progress to project manager and client stakeholders, as appropriate. 
    • Supporting PM in providing direction and support to project teams and setting work priorities, and establishing team member performance objectives and assessing individual performance, providing mentoring and coaching, etc.
    • Ensuring compliance with established corporate processes and procedures across the contract teams under the purview of the Senior OM&S SME.
Job Postings
POC: Ben Polzak - (703) 450-4176 - bpolzak@rehancement.com
 
This position requires an Active Top Secret Security Clearance w/SCI eligibility.

The Program Analyst shall provide client with strategic planning, analysis, programming, and functional expertise, and have the ability to employ a rigorous analytical approach to assist in identification of objectives, assessment of current capability, area performance and standards, and development of options for closing gaps in all programs falling under the purview of the client.
More info at:  
https://jobs-rehancement.icims.com/jobs/1459/analyst-%28program--policy%29/job?mobile=false&width=1566&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
 
The Rehancement Group, Inc. (TRG) is a professional services and consulting firm committed to our Government customers. We provide highly qualified professionals to support the mission of our clients and are seeking a Program Analyst to join our team in supporting a Federal client in Washington DC Metro area.
Job Postings
POC -  Robert S. Strickland - rstrickland@alexinc.com - Direct 703.547.1646
 
A brief job summary of this position is immediately below, the link has the full detailed job description and requirements. 
 
Job Title:  Program Analyst   Location: Arlington, VA
Description:   The Program Analyst assists ONR Code 34 Program Officers by providing programmatic, business and financial support in the execution of its basic, applied, and advanced technology development programs. The ONR research portfolio includes support for active exploration programs that are at the leading edges of biomedical sciences, biorobotics, biotechnology, human systems integration, human performance, neurosciences, social sciences, and training.  
 
Job Postings
POC: - Dave Duryea -  Cell:  703-350-5520 - dduryea@spa.com  
Director, Naval Initiatives
Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.
2001 N. Beauregard St., Ste. 100
Alexandria VA  22311
Office:  703-399-7009

Military Operations Analyst-Surface Warfare
Job LocationsUS-VA-Alexandria
ID - 2019-4520
Category - Program Analysis
Type - Regular Full-Time
Overview
The Australian Maritime Analysis Group provides senior decision makers within the Australian Defence Force and  Royal Australian Navy  with timely and objective assessments affecting their maritime community investment strategies.  The group’s primary focus is providing technical analysis and program management support at the program office level, including client site support in Canberra, Australia. Our team of experienced military professionals and operations research analysts integrate naval warfare expertise with advanced analytic methods - including force generation modeling, agent-based tactical simulations, and operational mission analyses - to deliver strategies that redress capacity and capability gaps. #IN123
Responsibilities
Responsible for developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans and for translating them into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis.  Responsible for conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition.  Support and eventually take a leading role in the development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools and in briefing analysis results to top-level government decision makers.  Opportunities for international travel.
Qualifications
Required Qualifications:
• Ability to obtain a Secret security clearance
• 3-5 years of operational surface warfare experience on a cruiser, destroyer, frigate or littoral combat ship. 
• Bachelor’s degree in a technical field such as Operations Research, Mathematics, Engineering, or Physics. May substitute a non-technical degree with demonstrated technical acumen.
• Effectively contribute on teams developing rigorous analytic solutions to top-level Navy issues
• Exercise independent judgment and work autonomously with minimal supervision
• Strong written and oral communication skills, the ability and willingness to multi-task, and capable of professionally addressing client questions and issues
• Proficient with the MS Office Suite of products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook)
 
Desired Qualifications:
• Current DoD Secret security clearance
• Surface warfare qualification
• Experience with Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), Anti-Surface Warfare (ASuW), or Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)
• Master’s degree
• Demonstrated ability in applying innovative concepts, quantitative tools and creative data visualization methods to address Naval issues
• Experience in military operations analysis, including requirements definition, conduct of analyses of alternatives, and the JCIDS process
• Experience using MATLAB, Java, or other analytical software to solve complex problems
• Modeling and Simulation (M&S) experience  
Job Postings
POC: Ed Donnelly - edward.p.donnelly@outlook.com
 
 
The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) is looking for a Logistics SME to join a team working on a DSCA contract for the Defense Institutional Reform Initiative (DIRI).  The object of DIRI is to develop capability and capacity within the strategic and institutional levels of partner nation security forces.  DIRI teams interact with Ministry of Defense and/or senior Military Staff officials to assess organizational weaknesses and establish a roadmap for addressing the shortfalls with the object of developing effective, accountable, professional and transparent partner defense establishments in partner countries that can manage, sustain and employ national forces.  
 
Teams consist of 2-10 SMEs depending on the complexity of the assignment.  Team schedules vary but typically involve overseas travel 4-6 times per year for 1-2 weeks at a time.   SMEs are typically retired O5-O7 and GS/SES equivalents with backgrounds in Service and Joint operational, institutional, and enterprise assignments but there are no fixed rules about qualifications.
 
This job has not yet been posted to the IDA website although applicants might want to go to that site (or DSCA's DIRI page) for general information.  I am not the hiring official but can answer some general queries about the task (I'm on a DIRI team that interacts with the Government of Lebanon and have been on other teams in the past) and will forward resumes to the people who are making the hiring decision.
Job Postings

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.

REQUIRED SKILLS

  • 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.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

  • 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.

Education:

  • 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.
Job Postings
FEMA is seeking 8 senior supply chain consultants for immediate short-term virus response assignments in Washington, DC. The candidates will work twelve-hour shifts up to 7 days a week for a month or more. Download the full job description.

Click Here If You Qualify

Job Postings
FOR ALL NETWORKS AND LOGISTICS COMMUNITY WEB SITE OPPORTUNITY POSTINGS
 
ORGANISATION : LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE POSITION No. : L-1 TITLE : Director GRADE : A-6 JOB CODE : A12 DUTY LOCATION : Capellen, LUX 
 
DETAILS IN ATTACHMENT. 
 
SUMMARY:  The Director of Life Cycle Management is responsible to the General Manager, for the effective and efficient management of the Life Cycle Management Directorate of the NSPA. The Directorate delivers logistics support to NATO, and its Nations and partners. Specific capabilities include acquisition, systems procurement, life cycle management of systems and assigned logistics support and services. The Director must maintain strong support to existing customers while working closely with stakeholders to develop future business to meet the evolving needs of NATO and the Nations. He/she serves as a key member of the NSPA Executive Management Board (EMB) which sets the direction for the Agency and monitors performance across all business areas in his/her area of responsibility. M  
 
By clicking here:https://nspa-nato.career.emply.com/vacancies  you will be redirected to NATO's new vacancy page and prompted to apply using the new e-recruitment tool. 
 
For further information on how to apply, please refer to the application guidelines, in FAQat:   https://nspa-nato.career.emply.com/faq
Job Postings
FOR ALL NETWORKS AND POSTINGS TO DEFENSE LOGISTICS OPPORTUNITIES WEBSITES
 
POC: Dale Cottongim - 540.295.1994  -  dale.cottongim@sntc.biz
 
SNTC seeks qualified Navy business system and acquisition analysts/SMEs. 

Job Description
Participates in NAVSUP business process change discussions relevant to the Navy Electronic Procurement System (ePS).  The BSA will participate in pre-migration of data work like strategy, planning, analysis, and data cleansing to improve the NAVSUP Weapon System Support’s supply system processes in ERP, identifying those processes must be interoperable with ePS and the ITIMP replacement interface.  Support entails the inclusion of functional assistance in understanding the differences between the legacy contract writing environment and the new ePS, helps users reconcile their existing roles with the roles that are inherent to ePS, and generally acts as a resource for understanding the new system. The BSA helps to gather information about specific configurations needed to adapt ePS to the HCA environment, and help translate that information into specific tasking for the Team CGI staff making those configurations, makes configuration changes themselves, and/or teaches HCA staff how to make those changes when appropriate.
 
Applicants with a technical understanding of Navy Contracting Process will be given a distinct advantage in the hiring process if they can demonstrate previous participation in:
  • Integrated Product Team, Technical Interchange Meetings, and Working Groups;
  • Participation in Business Process Mapping relevant to contract writing systems;
  • Providing inputs to contracting process streamlining/improvement strategies;
  • Reviewing and providing feedback on technical documentation relevant to the contracting process;
  • Understanding of roles and responsibilities in the contracting process
  • Coordinating with various stakeholders to ensure alignment of schedules and priorities to achieve Program objectives;
Qualifications
Required Skills: At least 2 years of related experience in Government acquisition (contracting preferred); Able to work well individually and as part of a team; Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel.


Desired Skills: Experience working in a team environment and effectively completing assigned workload; Experience with experience with contracting experience in DoD/Federal; Strong communications skills; ability to effectively interact with senior Government personnel; DAWIA/FAC-C level II in Contracting; Experience drafting contract administration policy and procedures.

Location: The place of performance will be at primarily at Government facilities the Washington Navy yard, DC, Contractor facility, Naval Support Facility Mechanicsburg, PA and mutually agreed upon locations.  Opportunity for telework is possible but must be agreed to by the customer and the prime contractor without impacting the ability to meet deadlines and provide required deliverables.
Education: Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and a minimum of 2 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience.
Clearance: Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain a US Secret security clearance within 12 months of onboarding.
Applications and resumes can be submitted at: https://applicant.mightyrecruiter.com/jobs/apply/business-analyst-at-sntc-inc--in-harrisburg-pa-d9ef5826ab133746c94a6c38f6c5a923?utm_source=career-site&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sntc%20inc.&utm_content=72510-business%20analyst-271638-na&utm_term=other&fp=f
Company Description:
SNTC, a veteran owned service disabled small business that provides management and digital solutions to improve supply chain, sourcing, acquisition program management and logistics.  SNTC was founded in 2011 and has had steady growth since inception.  

  

 
Dale Cottongim
COO
540.295.1994
dale.cottongim@sntc.biz
Job Postings
POC: Stuart Funk - (703)917-7277  - sfunk@lmi.org

  
 
 
LMI is seeking candidates for support to the Department of Defense.  Work location is the Pentagon and candidates are required to have TS/SCI clearance. Attached are links (2 different positions) with full details.  You may contact Stu Funk (703-917-7277 or sfunk@lmi.org) if you have any further questions/are interested.
 
Operational Energy Risk Management Analyst (2020-4678)
https://careers-lmi.icims.com/jobs/4678/operational-energy-risk-management-analyst/job
 
Operational Energy Supply Chain Resilience Analyst (2020-4677)
https://careers-lmi.icims.com/jobs/4677/operational-energy-supply-chain-resilience-analyst/job
 
LMI is a consultancy dedicated to improving the business of government, drawing from deep expertise in advanced analytics, digital services, logistics, and management advisory services. Established as a private, not-for-profit organization in 1961, LMI is a trusted third party to federal civilian and defense agencies, free of commercial and political bias.
Job Postings
POC:  Carroll Dickson, CarrollDickson@comcast.net

FUELS SITE MANAGER. Client needs Fuels Site Manager for a contract at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Need is now. Successful candidate will be responsible for a 14 million gallon fuel storage and distribution facility, deep water port, aircraft refueling and ground fuel services. Successful candidate also provides technical advice relating to petroleum storage and distribution systems; conducts inspections; responsible for preventive and corrective maintenance on all fuel facilities and equipment. Develop and maintain operational, safety and environmental procedures. Plans, organizes and directs fuel operations to support current and projected workload estimates. Prior military fuels experience required. This could be a one or two year assignment. This could be an accompanied tour. Six figure salary depends on experience. Housing provided by the company. Tax free status. 10 paid holidays. 11 days R&R every six months. Company  paid medical/dental/AD&D. Minimum Qualifications: ten years’ experience in US military fuels operations, maintenance and deep water port; experience in receiving, storing, issuing and shipping  petroleum products via tank truck, pipeline, rail, barge, tanker on US military installations; and refueling US military fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Must have a thorough knowledge of DoD Manual 4140.25m, US Unified Facilities Code 3-460-03, US OSHA Standards, Foreign Governing Standards for environmental compliance and other related US Federal, DoD and military publications related to fuels operations on US military installations. Must have four years supervisory experience within the five years prior to hire. Do you know anyone ready for the opportunity?

Send updated resume to CarrollDickson@comcast.net
Job Postings



POC:  Paul Raby,  Home office: 804 505 5070, Cell: 804 283 3418

Need four senior cost analysts for an opportunity at NGA.  Must have active TS/SCI and qualified equivalent to DAWIA Business Cost Estimating Level III.
 
Candidates should contact me at paul.raby4@gmail.com and I will connect them to the client.