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Mr. John Krause, MoDA Program Office, Defense Security Cooperation Agency,

Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), is requesting assistance in

disseminating the below/attached announcement for a MoDA Advisor position

with the NATO Advisory Team in the Republic of Georgia

  

This MoDA job announcement is being disseminated again since the previous

recruiting effort failed to identify a qualified candidate.  The MoDA

Program Office is recruiting a NATO Core Team Deputy to help with the

implementation of Defense Capacity Building (DCB) Programs.  See description

below and the attached PD.  Applications are due NLT 15 May 2017.  This is a

high priority, high visibility position with SECDEF and SECSTATE interest.

In addition to the position description, attached is  a memo from SECDEF

encouraging DoD organizations to support civil servants desiring to serve as

a MoDA Advisor.  Your assistance is greatly appreciated!

 

The MoDA Program is recruiting a DoD civil servant in the GS 13/14/15 pay

grades to serve as a NATO Core Team Deputy supporting the Georgian Ministry

of Defense (MoD).  The MoDA's purpose is to help strengthen Georgia's

defense capabilities and NATO interoperability in order to advance Georgia's

preparations towards membership in the Alliance.  A three member NATO Core

Team is carrying out implementation, providing strategic level advice to the

Georgian Chief of Defense (CHOD) and General Staff, and coordinating the

activities of ally contributed advisors supporting capacity building efforts

in various ministerial functional areas.  The Core Team is embedded in the

Georgian MoD and is the focal point for NATO defense capacity building

measures for existing and proposed assistance efforts.  The Core Team Deputy

assists the Core Team Leader with the overall coordination and oversight of

the defense capacity building implementation and reporting progress to the

Georgian Minister and the NATO Secretary General.  See the attached position

description for additional qualifications and requirements.  This is a high

priority, high visibility position with SECDEF and SECSTATE interest.   This

is a one-year assignment in Tbilisi, Georgia, starting in January 2018,

preceded by five weeks of MoDA training that begins on 30 July 2017.

Interested applicants should follow the application procedures outlined in

this notice.  Additional MoDA Program and position specific information is

included at the bottom of the email.

 

Interested Navy civilians currently at either the GS-13, GS-14 or GS-15

level that are not under any probationary period should email the following

documents to dsca.ncr.bpc.list.moda@mail.mil for consideration, with a copy

bertina.whiddon@navy.mil.  Ms. Whiddon will work with the candidate and

parent command for Navy specific guidelines.

 

       1.Cover letter outlining why you wish to deploy as an

advisor

       2. Resume

       3. Current SF-50 (SSN redacted)

          

Applications are due NLT 15 May 2017 . Competitive applicants will be

contacted for a telephone interview.  Throughout the process, reference and

background checks will be completed.

 

MoDA Program Information:

 

The selected MoDA will serve 12 months in Tbilisi, Georgia, following the

completion of MoDA training.  The advisor will be detailed to the Defense

Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), but remain administratively attached to

their parent organization for timekeeping, pay, leave, performance

evaluations, etc.  Once selected, the candidate MoDA advisor must obtain

written authorization releasing them from their parent organization to

participate in the MoDA Program.

 

The selected MoDA will do a Temporary Change of Station (TCS) move to

Tbilisi for 12 months and will receive 15% post differential and 15% Cost of

Living Allowance (COLA), in lieu of locality pay/LQA, while assigned to

post.  Post Differential is calculated as a percentage of base pay (post

differential % x base pay = post differential rate).  COLA is calculated

based on the comparative cost-of-living at the foreign post versus the

cost-of-living in Washington DC.  COLA is not a direct calculation of base

salary multiplied by the COLA percentage, but rather a percentage of

"spendable income" as determined by the Department of State.  For more

information about COLA, go to:

https://aoprals.state.gov/content.asp?content_id=245&menu_id=74 .  It is

incumbent upon the applicant to understand the entitlements when considering

applying for this position, and it is recommended that applicants seek

guidance from their organization's payroll activity to better understand how

the entitlements are calculated and their impact on the applicant's personal

income.

 

DSCA reimburses participating parent organizations on a quarterly basis for

all payments in excess of base salary.  Tbilisi is an accompanied location,

so the MoDA can bring dependents, if desired.  In addition, advisors are

eligible to reside in embassy housing, which is paid for by the MoDA

Program.

 

The MoDA Program is committed to mitigating the organizational challenges

that advisors' parent organizations experience when their personnel deploy.

The MoDA program, therefore, has dedicated funding to reimburse parent

organizations' costs associated with backfilling their deployed MoDA

advisors.  Cost and salary reimbursement will be paid to offices hiring

external to their organization to fill a vacancy as a result of a MoDA

deployment.  The basis for reimbursement for a backfill is the advisor's

salary (including locality adjustment) plus 30% overhead.

 

Department of Defense Expeditionary Civilians (DOD-EC), formerly known as

Civilian Expeditionary Workforce (CEW):  The Services' and Fourth Estate's

DoD-EC Offices are responsible for sourcing  deployable civilians to serve

as qualified volunteers to fill critical DoD functions at locations across

the globe.  


 
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Client seeks a Program General Manager for an immediate full time assignment at an existing federal government contract at Joint Base Charleston SC. This is a recently awarded five year construction management  contract. Successful candidate has IDIQ (JOC/SABER/MATOC/MACC) management experience.  Salary expectations is $110-140,000 a year with premium benefits including 2 weeks paid vacation, 3% 401K match, cash balance plan, company paid health insurance (PPO) for all dependents (IEC pays all premiums).  Company Vehicle and expense account.
 
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Ideal job for transitioning Navy Supply Corps officer or senior Logistics Specialist: Senior Naval Logistician

 

ICI Services is looking for a motivated individual who wants to join our team in support of a major Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) shipbuilding program at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, DC. We are a mid-sized defense contractor providing Engineering, Logistics, Program Services, and Technical Services to Navy clients.  We are seeking Senior Naval Logisticians ready to join a fast-paced and exciting work environment.

 

Security Clearance:

*         Applicant must hold an active Department of Defense (DoD) SECRET personnel security clearance

Responsibilities:

*         Provide acquisition and life cycle logistics support for auxiliary ships, service craft and small boats.  Conduct logistics research and analysis.

*         Develop acquisition logistics documentation such as Life Cycle Sustainment Plans (LCSP), Replaced System Sustainment Plans (RSSP), Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Plans, Product Business Case Analyses (BCA), Core Logistics Analyses (CLA) and Item Unique Identification (IUID) Plans.

*         Develop acquisition contract documents such as the Statements of Work (SOW) and Data Requirements List (DRL).

*         Support planning for Independent Logistics Assessments (ILA).

*         Monitor logistics requirements, resolve logistics related issues

*         Participate in Project Team meetings, Working Groups, ILSMTs, shipbuilding QPRs and other meetings.

*         Develop strategic and planning briefings, point papers and perform emergent tasks as assigned.

*         Develop meeting agendas and minutes as required

Experience Requirements:

*         15 years' or more of naval logistics experience and ship acquisition program management

*         Demonstrated experience in supporting Department of Defense (DoD) Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) acquisition and life cycle documentation and initiatives encompassing provisioning, sustainment, modernization and readiness

*         Experience with Military Sealift Command and commercial logistics products and requirements desired

*         Experience with logistics databases and S/W applications.

*         Experience with maintenance planning, technical documentation, supply support and MPT requirements a plus

Educational Requirements:

*         Bachelor Degree in business, math, engineering or science or a related field is required.

EOE/M/F/ Disability/Vet

VEVRAA Federal Contractor

 

See the job description for Senior Naval Logistician here: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ICISERVC&cws=1&rid=2321


 
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MYMIC LLC has an immediate need for a Senior Engineer with Global Force Management experience.  Heavy policy writing/review.  Must have current Secret clearance.  Target salary is $68k - $72k, DOE.  This is to provide non-personal support to Joint Staff J35 South Global Force Management Policy and Process Division to analyze/define shortfalls or inefficiencies and deliver solutions to improve systems, architectures and business processes related to critical mission areas of Global Force Management (GFM) , Adaptive Planning and Execution (APEX), Joint Deployment Process (JDP), and mission assurance.
 
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Strike Precision Weapons Planner
 
Labor Category: Senior Systems Analyst
 
Position Description: Candidate will provide direct support to CMSA LANT on technical issues including the analysis and support of missions, mission planning, strike planning, and execution, TMPC component operation, coordination with other DoD precision guided weapon systems programs and components, and analysis of AUR performance. Candidate shall conduct JSOW planning using JMPS to support the CVN airwings strike planning, and will serve as the USN representative for JSOW at the COCOM's MAAP TET.
 
Education/Degree (minimum): BS/BA in science engineering, management or other relevant field.
 
Minimum Years of Experience: Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience with naval strike aviation including experience with deployed carrier air wing operations, mission analysis and planning.
 
Description/Qualifications:
• Intimate knowledge of precision munitions mission planning, tactics, techniques and procedures.
• Detailed working knowledge of US Navy strike and air warfare doctrine, weapons capability, planning and employment.
• Detailed knowledge of precision munitions weapons planning including JSOW and SLAM-ER.
• Level IV Strike Fighter Weapons and Tactics (SFWT) qualified (desired not required).
• Graduate of Navy Fighter Weapons School (desired not required).
• Must have significant analytical, planning, organizational and coordination skills.
• Experienced at briefing Senior Level Officers and senior technical staff members, and works well within a staff and embedded contractor team.
• U.S. citizenship and an active Top Secret / SCI Clearance (current adjudicated background investigation)

 
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KPMG is standing up a Federal Supply Chain Practice and looking for veterans with logistics backgrounds. We have numerous immediate openings for a contract supporting DLA at various sites. Specifically, to support Root Cause Analysis teams. Positions are open as Associate, Senior Associate and Manager.
 
Location: Various
Responsibilities:
·         Help execute process and strategy improvements related to supply chain and operational improvement projects
·         Assist Root Cause Analysis (RCA) groups working inventory management issues
·         Write and/or edit RCA analyses
·         Serve as a resource and key team member on client projects
·         Support progress against project milestones to help ensure timely completion of project deliverables
·         Review the work product of associates and provide direction and training as necessary
·         Provide input into engagement decisions regarding work plan and timeline, project management, resource allocation, and career development of staff members
 
Qualifications:
·         One year of consulting experience providing operational advisory services related to supply chain, logistics, and process improvement; U.S. Federal government consulting experience preferred
·         Bachelor’s degree in supply chain, logistics, operations analysis, or a related field from an accredited college/university or 5 years of demonstrated relevant work experience
·         Demonstrated ability to assess, improve, and reconstruct data and processes across the a client’s supply chain
·         Knowledge of inventory optimization, logistics, distribution, and sales and operations planning
·         U.S. citizenship required
·         Ability to obtain a U.S. Federal government Common Access Card within a reasonable period of time
·         Active US Government security clearance a plus
 
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The performance of this service requires a minimum of ten years of combined experience in
operational and strategic level planning, with a minimum of two years of experience within the
USCENTCOM AOR managing, planning, programming, supervising, and executing Plans at the
theater army level along all warfighting functions.
 
The Senior Strategic Planner shall:
• Analyze DoD and Department of the Army (DA) guidance, directives, and Plans to assist with
developing, presenting, and executing supporting Plans
• Assist with forecasting long-term resource requirements in support of the USARCENT Campaign
Plan and long-term operational strategy
• Synchronize various planning functions within the USARCENT G-5 Strategic Plans and Policy,
and coordinate with all affected staff organizations and subordinate unit commands
• Maintain situational and operational awareness in order to provide recommendations and technical
expertise in the development of future Plans and policy related efforts
• Attend and monitor various battle rhythm meetings and briefs to inform and support planning
efforts
• Assist with developing and updating Level I (Commander’s Estimate) thru Level IV OPLANs
• Review plans to ensure they are comprehensive and are in compliance with directives and guidance
from HQDA, USCENTCOM, and the Commander of USARCENT in achieving operational
objectives, and provide recommendations for updates
• Coordinate with USCENTCOM and component plans directorates to help ensure plans are nested
with the planning efforts of higher and adjacent headquarters within the USCENTCOM area of
operations
• Review current situation, assess national and theater strategy, and review national and international
security considerations for the CENTCOM AOR from an ASCC perspective to provide analysis and
recommendations for theater posturing
• Assist the Plans Branch in developing staff estimates and courses of actions for OPLANs and
policy that support the geographic Combatant Commander’s theater strategy, campaign plans,
OPLANs and OPORDs
• Assist the Plans Branch in developing OPLANs for mobilization and deployment
• Review and provide analysis, comments, and summation of the Unified Command Plan,
Contingency Planning Guidance, and Defense Planning Guidance and the Joint Service Capabilities
Plan (JSCP)
• Participate and collaborate in joint operations planning to develop campaign plans, OPLANs, and
OPORDs for the Geographic Commander
-- Assist with developing ASCC support OPLANs and CONPLANs
• Combine plans of other staff elements into a single integrated planning document that will be
staffed for review and approval
• Coordinate ASCC plans with higher and adjacent commands
• Review higher headquarters policies and publications for impact on campaigns or major operations
• Minimum Requirements: Shall have a minimum of two years of experience with the MDMP. Shall
possess current Top Secret security clearance, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) eligible.
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Ideal job for transitioning Navy Supply Corps officer or senior Logistics Specialist: Senior Naval Logistician

ICI Services is looking for a motivated individual who wants to join our team in support of a major Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) shipbuilding program at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, DC. We are a mid-sized defense contractor providing Engineering, Logistics, Program Services, and Technical Services to Navy clients.  We are seeking Senior Naval Logisticians ready to join a fast-paced and exciting work environment.

Security Clearance:
*         Applicant must hold an active Department of Defense (DoD) SECRET personnel security clearance
Responsibilities:
*         Provide acquisition and life cycle logistics support for auxiliary ships, service craft and small boats.  Conduct logistics research and analysis.
*         Develop acquisition logistics documentation such as Life Cycle Sustainment Plans (LCSP), Replaced System Sustainment Plans (RSSP), Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Plans, Product Business Case Analyses (BCA), Core Logistics Analyses (CLA) and Item Unique Identification (IUID) Plans.
*         Develop acquisition contract documents such as the Statements of Work (SOW) and Data Requirements List (DRL).
*         Support planning for Independent Logistics Assessments (ILA).
*         Monitor logistics requirements, resolve logistics related issues
*         Participate in Project Team meetings, Working Groups, ILSMTs, shipbuilding QPRs and other meetings.
*         Develop strategic and planning briefings, point papers and perform emergent tasks as assigned.
*         Develop meeting agendas and minutes as required
Experience Requirements:
*         15 years' or more of naval logistics experience and ship acquisition program management
*         Demonstrated experience in supporting Department of Defense (DoD) Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) acquisition and life cycle documentation and initiatives encompassing provisioning, sustainment, modernization and readiness
*         Experience with Military Sealift Command and commercial logistics products and requirements desired
*         Experience with logistics databases and S/W applications.
*         Experience with maintenance planning, technical documentation, supply support and MPT requirements a plus
Educational Requirements:
*         Bachelor Degree in business, math, engineering or science or a related field is required.
EOE/M/F/ Disability/Vet
VEVRAA Federal Contractor

See the job description for Senior Naval Logistician here: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ICISERVC&cws=1&rid=2321
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  Logistics Analyst Lead
Alexandria, VA - Top Secret
Travel: 15%

Summary:

The Logistics Analyst Lead performs logistic support functions.  Must be familiar with the principles of purchasing, handling, control and transportation of material and other property.  Works independently.  Performs tasks in support of logistics projects.  Develops, upgrades and improves systems for tracking and reporting material, material handling procedures and scheduling.  Directs and supervises other Logistics Analysts or logisticians. Provides support to government logistics personnel in the areas of purchasing, shipping and handling.

 

The candidate must have the ability to operate effectively under pressure adhering to the ProSol Core Values of Agility: rapid adaptation to the changing requirements and environment of our clients; Excellence: Service quality that exceeds the expectations of our clients; Integrity: Accountability and honesty−always doing the right thing; and Long Term Commitment: Unquestioned loyalty and dedication to our clients, partners and employees.

 

Responsibilities:

·         Provide logistics support to deployed forces and to deployed Field Service Representatives / Technician team personnel in support of OEF and other identified missions world-wide, ensuring that communications devices, tools, consumables and associated equipment are readily available;

·         Must be prepared to perform services and deliver and administer equipment and products on a world-wide basis;

·         Travel from CONUS to the CENTCOM Area of Operations (Iraq and/or Afghanistan) in support of deployed forces or other locations world-wide. Other emergency and contingency deployments world-wide can be expected as well.

·         May perform work/support alongside US forces deployed in an operational combat zone and/or support area for limited amounts of time and may be required to live under austere conditions for short periods of time (up to 90 days) in theater.

·         Provide inventory management of all program equipment and related tools, expendables and assets;

·         Ensure that logistics issues are coordinated with the Services, Maintenance and Inventory Teams;

·         Provide logistics support, as required, to support events related to these programs, such as demonstrations;

·         Must be proficient with Government order processing systems

·         Perform quality assurance monitoring;

·         Operate vehicles as a fully qualified driver in accordance with DoD vehicle regulations;

 

Qualifications:

·         7+ years’ experience in military DoD supply / logistics role and team leadership (other government or contractor experience in similar roles is applicable)

·         Experience working to source tools, electronic testing equipment, general supplies, expendables at the most advantageous rates from multiple suppliers through Government order processing systems.

·         Understanding of government funding and how to ensure that funds are available for timely purchasing and delivery.

 

Education and Experience:

·         Bachelor’s degree, or a combination of college and 7+ years of experience

·         In-depth knowledge and understanding of the preparation to and deployment cycles in support of CONUS and OCONUS operations.

·         Global logistical, technical, and other programmatic services primarily in support of operational and sustainment functions.

·         Education or experience with JIT Logistics, Kanban, Six Sigma and Lean Principles all preferences

 


   
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Project Manager- Satellite Communications Project Leadership for Training and Field Service Representative Effort

Alexandria, VA - Top Secret

Travel: 30%


Summary:
The Project Manager (PM) will direct the project within the guidance of the Program Manager, including but not limited to: all financial management and administrative activities, such as budgeting, manpower and resource planning, customer satisfaction and financial reporting.  The PM will perform complex evaluations of existing procedures, processes, techniques, models, and/or systems related to management problems or contractual issues that require reports and recommends solutions.  Prepares charts, tables, graphs, and diagrams to assist in analyzing challenges and opportunities.  Provides supervision, training and direction to staff.
 
The candidate must have the ability to operate effectively under pressure adhering to the ProSol Core Values of Agility: rapid adaptation to the changing requirements and environment of our clients; Excellence: Service quality that exceeds the expectations of our clients; Integrity: Accountability and honesty−always doing the right thing; and Long Term Commitment: Unquestioned loyalty and dedication to our clients, partners and employees.
 
Responsibilities:
·         Provide management support to the (Gov’t) Agency and Sponsor (Customers) in support of the program equipment, training, technologies and programs as required by the Program Manager.
 
Representative tasks include but are not limited to:
·         Provide expertise to assist the Program Manager and/or the Sponsor with the development of strategies, plans and procedures for the formal introduction and integration of satellite radio system, as well as related technologies, with various DoD and non-DoD organizations;
·         Provide budget and financial management support to the Program Manager and/or Sponsor to support all elements of the Distributed Tactical Communication System and other related technology programs as required;
 ·         Provide support for governance (standards, methods, templates, policies, and procedures), performance management, and financial management;
 ·         Provide support for governance (standards, methods, templates, policies, and procedures), performance management, and financial management;
·         Assist the Program Manager with the coordination of events such as travel and demonstrations between the National Capital Region and/or the sponsor’s staff and other organizations
·         Assist in managing and executing the evaluation of Tactical Communication Systems and related equipment and technologies prior to shipment to operational theaters/environments or as use in its net management;
·         Coordinate the introduction of new technologies and equipment with various operational commands and/or Agencies and Governments and their supporting organizations;
·         Assist with the distribution of equipment and related technologies in each operational theater working with the Customer, operational commands, and other DoD organizations as necessary;
·         Source and lead Field Service Representatives (FSRs) and other relevant and necessary personnel to ensure Customer-sponsored technologies are operable by operational forces and other end-users and to sustain operations;
·         Provide support to operational forces conducting real-world operations such as Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF);
·         Demonstrate familiarity with the regulations and procedures for moving contractor personnel and equipment into and out of USCENTCOM, and other strategic locations worldwide (which may include Europe, Asia and Africa);
·         Develop and/or refine formal practices and procedures for the operational fielding and maintenance/tracking of customer-sponsored technologies;
·         Monitor, document and report issues with devices, components and systems in the operational environment;
·         Provide and maintain an up-to-date fielding schedule of FSRs and other personnel under this task that includes most recent location and status;
·         Provide troubleshooting and limited end-user support with respect to devices, components, ancillary products and related systems. Problems or issues that cannot be resolved shall be elevated to a 24/7 help-desk, under separate EMSS contracts.
·         Supervise the installation of components to include (but not limited to) Tactical Operations Center (TOC) kits and vehicle kits on various classes of military and non-military vehicles. The Contractor shall also test the functionality of these components as directed by the Government.
·         Research, review and recommend optimal solutions for acquiring necessary supplies and services to meet evolving requirements;
 
Qualifications:
·         Prepared to perform services and deliver and administer equipment and products on a world-wide basis.
·         Perform work/support alongside US forces deployed in an operational combat zone and/or forward support area.
·         May be required to live under austere conditions for extended periods of time (up to 180 days) in theater. Travel from CONUS to the CENTCOM Area of Operations (Iraq and/or Afghanistan) in support of deployed forces or other locations world-wide. Other emergency and contingency deployments world-wide can be expected as well.
 
Education and Experience:
·         Bachelor’s degree, or a combination of college and 7+ years of experience
o   Preference for technical (Science, mathematics, engineering) degrees
·         In-depth knowledge and experience with Satellite communications, satellite technologies and constellations, push-to-talk systems and data communications over satellite links.
·         Strong preference to persons with tactical and satellite communications background/training /experience.
·         In-depth knowledge and understanding of the preparation for and deployment cycles in support of CONUS and OCONUS operations.
·         Global logistical, technical, and other programmatic services primarily in support of operational and sustainment functions. 
 


    
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We just won three contracts and have immediate job openings available.
 
Click here for more details.
 
If anyone has questions, they can contact me.  These positions are available now!!
 
Thanks.
 
 
Bob Hogan, CCEP
Compliance and Ethics Officer
Knight Point Systems, LLC
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business
1775 Wiehle Avenue Suite 101 | Reston, VA 20190
c: 240-216-2166    o: 703-657-7056    f: 571-266-3106
www.knightpoint.com
DHS EAGLE II Prime Contractor: FC1 SDVOSB Track
GSA Schedule 70 SDVOSB: GS-35F-0646S
GSA MOBIS Schedule: GS-10F-0404Y
ISO 20000 / ISO 27001
 
 
 
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Ensures all building systems are properly maintained, creates a safe and secure environment, and that the building’s appearance reflects the care and importance taken in presenting all aspects of the Museum’s programs and exhibitions. Is responsible for the safe, secure, effective, and efficient monitoring and operation of the Museum’s overall physical plant including HVAC, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems. Works with a variety of departments to coordinate and evaluate Museum operations, policies, procedures, and to ensure proper maintenance and safety procedures are implemented to safeguard staff, visitors and Museum property. Provides overall management for facility maintenance and property through planning, budget control, staff training, scheduling and evaluation.
Complete job details
POC:  Kip Pagach, +1.757.383.8646   |   kip@FairwaterLLC.com
Fairwater Associates has been asked to help identify a candidate for the position above.  Qualified and interested candidates should complete or update their profile at http://fairwaterllc.com/Work_With_Us.html.  Profiles for qualified candidates will be forwarded to the hiring manager for this position.

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Tracking Code
3695
Job Description
GENERAL SUMMARY:
Management consulting position with a Tysons, VA firm specializing in government operations. The Senior Supply Chain Analyst will conduct analyses and lead multiple projects evaluating and improving supply chains supporting weapons and other complex systems.
 
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
·      Support and lead project teams analyzing purchasing, inventory management, maintenance, and distribution in government organizations.
·      Conduct analyses and lead multiple projects that are enhancing or re-designing supply chains, including the transition from legacy software to enterprise resource planning software.
·      Communicate with clients through informal meetings, written reports, and oral presentations.
·      Identify and develop potential business opportunities with federal, state, and commercial organizations.
 
·      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
·      Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree highly desirable.
·      Fifteen or more years’ experience involving several aspects of logistics or supply chain management required.
·      Demonstrated ability to lead project teams and to deliver results on time and within budget.
·      Strong quantitative skills, including the ability to use spreadsheet, database, and project management software.
·      Demonstrated ability and interest to expand domain-specific expertise, such as inventory modeling, through on-the-job and career enhancement training.
·      Familiarity with the government procurement process, enterprise resource planning systems, and logistics support strategies desirable.
·      Superior communication skills, both oral and written.
·      Current U.S. Government security clearance preferred; ability to obtain one is required.
·      Available for occasional travel.
 
LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. 
SECURITY CLEARANCE STATEMENT:
·      Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. For this position, LMI will only consider applicants with current security clearances or applicants who are eligible for security clearances. Please note that only U.S. Citizens are eligible for a security clearance.
Job Location
Tysons, Virginia, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
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Knowledge Point seeks retired Navy 05/O6  supply corps officer with infrastructure expertise for a capabilities based assessment of the UAE Navy.  Premium salary ($200K+ per annum) and excellent benefits (4*hotel accommodations, transportation, vacation ticket, etc).  Start date is ASAP!  Contract is thru late December 2017 with possible extension based on contribution.  This is a tremendous opportunity for Supply Corps former senior officers seeking adventure. 

 Following desires emphasized:

 1)   Supply Officer with theater logistics experience

2)   Experience with policy and strategy development

3)   Experience with PPBES a “plus”

 Click here for position description.  NOTE SPECIFIC MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS.

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Opportunity for supply logisticians supporting a multi-year contract with DLA in Harrisburg, PA. They would prefer Navy supply experience. If you are interested or can forward to those who might be, KPMG is hiring now.
 
Clearance: Secret
 
Responsibilities:
·         Help execute process and strategy improvements related to supply chain and operational improvement projects
·         Serve as a resource and key team member on client projects
·         Support progress against project milestones to help ensure timely completion of project deliverables
·         Review the work product of associates and provide direction and training as necessary
·         Provide input into engagement decisions regarding work plan and timeline, project management, resource allocation, and career 
development of staff members
 
Qualifications:
·         One year of management consulting experience providing operational advisory services related to supply chain, cost reduction, and
operational restructuring; U.S. Federal government consulting experience preferred
·         Bachelor’s degree in finance, engineering, operations analysis, or a related field from an accredited college/university
·         Demonstrated ability to assess, improve, and reconstruct the information, physical, and financial flows across the client’s supply chain
·         Knowledge of demand planning and replenishment, inventory optimization, logistics, distribution, and sales and operations planning
·         U.S. citizenship required
·         Ability to obtain a U.S. Federal government security clearance within a reasonable period of time
·         Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
 
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Serve as the Deputy Program Manager (DPM) for the USAID Information Assurance Division Cyber Security program, responsible for assisting the Senior Program Manager (PM) as key personnel. Utilize full authority to act on all contract matters relating to daily operations and authorized by the Program Manager to be responsible for day-to-day client success activities. These activities include supporting short and long term strategic planning and execution. Maintain a strong and successful relationship with the client.  See link below for detailed job posting.

https://copperriveres-copperriverit.icims.com/jobs/1351/job?iis=Email+a+Friend&iise=tom.oconnor%40copperriveres.com&iisn=Tom+O%27Connor 
Transitioning
A2Z, Inc. has the following vacancies available for immediate hire.  All applicants must possess an active SECRET Clearance.
 
San Diego, CA
 
Senior Automated Information Systems Analyst
Description: Oversees tasking requirements; current AISs operations, hardware, software, and major portions of contracted projects; and instructs subordinates.  Develops, analyzes and conducts operational research and audits.  Prepares follow-up reports evaluating effectiveness of systems implementations. Determines user training needs for Naval Operating Forces logistics AISs.
 
Education: Shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in management information systems, business, computer science, mathematics, or related quantitative science field.  As a substitute, eight years of experience in a combination of computer programming, design, and/or analysis may be utilized. 
 
Experience: In addition to any experience which is substituted for education, the Senior Automated Information Systems Analyst shall have eight years of experience in computer analysis, AISs functional analysis, networks and programming; plus two additional years as a senior-level analyst working under a formal quality management system.
 
Norfolk, VA
 
Senior Automated Information Systems Analyst
Description: Oversees tasking requirements; current AISs operations, hardware, software, and major portions of contracted projects; and instructs subordinates.  Develops, analyzes and conducts operational research and audits.  Prepares follow-up reports evaluating effectiveness of systems implementations. Determines user training needs for Naval Operating Forces logistics AISs.
 
Education: Shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in management information systems, business, computer science, mathematics, or related quantitative science field.  As a substitute, eight years of experience in a combination of computer programming, design, and/or analysis may be utilized. 
 
Experience: In addition to any experience which is substituted for education, the Senior Automated Information Systems Analyst shall have eight years of experience in computer analysis, AISs functional analysis, networks and programming; plus two additional years as a senior-level analyst working under a formal quality management system.
 
Junior Automated Information Systems Analyst
Description: Analyze specific problems or aspects of NOF AISs Legacy Information Systems operations supporting an activities organization.  Works with files and reports; and interfaces with supporting Information Systems personnel and functional users of Naval Operating Force AIS Software and related AISs.
 
Education: Shall possess an Associate’s Degree in Management Information Systems, business, computer science, mathematics or other related quantitative science field.  As a substitute, one year of experience in combination of management information systems software programming, design and/or analysis may be substituted for each year of college education.
 
Experience: In addition to any experience, which is substituted for education, the Junior Automated Information Systems Analyst shall have two years of experience in management information systems software analysis and/or AISs functional analysis and/or programming.
 
Integrated Logistics Support/Configuration Analyst
Description: Support Military Sealift Command in managing availabilities of USNS ships.
 
Education:  High school diploma or GED 
 
Experience:  8 years of experience providing ship acquisition or fleet sustainment logistics support services to MSC, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies, to include all of the following:  Equipment provisioning and allowance modeling to support preventative (planned), corrective (unplanned), and alterative (e.g. TRANSALTs, MACHALTs, etc) maintenance,  Sourcing of material from commercial and federal sectors, Development and maintenance of ship configuration baselines and equipment/systems top-down breakdown/hierarchical relationships, Marine engineering system functionality, components, and associated Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) elements to support planned/unplanned maintenance, Ship repair planning and specification development processes, Marine engineering system preventative and corrective maintenance.  3 years experience executing ship acquisition and fleet sustainment support services utilizing  any of the following systems: MSC/Navy /Coast Guard databases/systems such as CLIP/CMLS, ShipCLIP, WinMASP, NTCSS,  CDMD-OA, SCLSIS, MERLIN, Inter-Active Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS) or IHS Haystack.  Prefer maintenance background with 3M experience.
 
Jacksonville, FL
 
Junior Automated Information Systems Analyst
Description: Analyze specific problems or aspects of NOF AISs Legacy Information Systems operations supporting an activities organization.  Works with files and reports; and interfaces with supporting Information Systems personnel and functional users of Naval Operating Force AIS Software and related AISs.
 
Education: Shall possess an Associate’s Degree in Management Information Systems, business, computer science, mathematics or other related quantitative science field.  As a substitute, one year of experience in combination of management information systems software programming, design and/or analysis may be substituted for each year of college education.
 
Experience: In addition to any experience, which is substituted for education, the Junior Automated Information Systems Analyst shall have two years of experience in management information systems software analysis and/or AISs functional analysis and/or programming.
 
 
Interested personnel should submit resumes to A2Z, Inc., Tom Ponko, ponko_a2zinc@msn.com, or call 918-787-2250
 
 
 
 
Transitioning
There is currently a need for a defense industries analysts that have China or Asia Pacific experience with emphasis on Infrastructure experience. These analysts will cover ground equipment, air defense systems, and UAV analysis. MIDB is a plus. Minimum requirements for this position is an active TS SCI, Bachelor’s degree, 4-10 or more of experience, military or private sector Strategic All Source Analysis is a plus. These analysts must be good writers. These positions are at the DIAC.
 
We are also looking for an underground facilities analyst on our Supply Chain analysis contract at the DIAC.
 
These are great opportunities for veterans or soon to be veterans with an Intel background. If you know anyone interested, please pass this to them.
 
Transitioning
GDIT seeks "Instructors" on behalf of the Defense Institute for Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS).  DISCS is the "schoolhouse" for the DoD Foreign Military Sales enterprise under the direction of Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA).  DSCA has a strategic initiative to extend the training and development for employees throughout the MILDEPs engaged in FMS program operations and is looking to add "Instructors" both at the schoolhouse in Wright-Paterson AFB, Dayton OH and a new presence in Washington to cover topics related to legislative background of FMS; national security implications; defense acquisition harmonization; basic business management and program execution; etc.
 
Request candidates for both full time and also willing to explore a "adjunct" type contract arrangement.  The client values principally some Security Cooperation/Foreign Military Sales experience; but also needs that self-confident/self-assured type who can confidently control the class and the learning experience.  Secret clearance is needed.  Location will likely be Crystal City/Arlington VA with travel CONUS and OCONUS and lash ups back to the schoolhouse in Dayton.  Client expectations would likely compare to GS 13/14 or seasoned 04 to 06 having a previous FMS tour in theater or domestically.
 
 
Transitioning
Apply at:  http://www.capstonecorp.com/jobs/job-openings, Job ID# 9433
Operational Contract Support (OCS) Analyst / Planner
Job ID 
9433
Overview:
Capstone Corporation is currently seeking and OCS Analyst/Planner.  This position is supporting the Joint Staff (J4), Operational Contract Support Division.  This is primarily a telework position but may require work in government or corporate spaces in the Suffolk, Norfolk, Newport News, or tidewater areas as required by the government. Periodic travel to exercise or planning events will also be required.
 
This position is part of a team of government and contract subject matter experts that work to integrate operational contract support (OCS), an emerging joint capability area described in Joint Publication 4-10, Operational Contract Support, into existing joint policy, processes, systems, training, planning, readiness, and risk reporting.  Contracted support is the capability and capacity represented by contractor personnel, while OCS is the government’s capability to plan for and manage the growing contracted support element of the Total Force.
Responsibilities:
The primary focus of this position is to integrate OCS into joint planning, training, exercises, and other joint force development activities in order to articulate the operational relevance and reality of contracted support to deployed commanders and staffs. In support of the Joint Staff (J4) and in coordination with the Joint Staff (J7) Suffolk complex, the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC), and other primarily tidewater area organizations, the candidate will assist in developing and synchronizing OCS objectives, scenarios, and events (e.g., MSEL injects) into joint exercises and operational planning events to train personnel to combat readiness standards.  Responsibilities may entail supporting various joint exercises. 
  • Leverages prior operational experience to provide an “operators perspective” to assist the team in developing and delivering training or OCS planning support to help commanders and staffs understand the scope and scale of contractor support they will experience in contingency operations and are prepared for their roles and responsibilities to ensure unity of effort with private sector capabilities.
  • Integrates OCS into joint exercises and deployable training which may include testing new concepts in an exercise environment.
  • Develops or adapts products for use in joint training, exercises, operational planning events, or information technology tool capability requirements.
  • Instructs on OCS concepts, tactics, techniques and procedures to deploying personnel.
  • Originates, conceives, and conducts other OCS planning and execution research, training development and delivery, and studies leading to:
    • Affordable improvements and innovation to integrate OCS into joint planning and execution, the joint training system, and joint readiness
    • OCS execution tools that enable and support CCMD/JTF headquarters OCS capability
    • As a function of the Joint Planning and Execution Community, applies strategic and operational OCS guidance to review and offer analytical inputs to CCMD CONPLANS and OPLANS
    • Develops policy, instructions, joint doctrine, manuals, and training as they relate to OCS
    • Develops OCS planning factors that anticipates contracted support requirements to assist planners
    • Determines OCS measures of success, metrics and reporting
    • Synthesizes and presents recommendations (oral and written) to senior military and civilian decision makers
    • Adjusts rapidly to shifts in priorities and managing multiple tasks simultaneously that may include staff support relating to current operations
    • Conducts and delivers other staff support as required
Basic Qualifications:
Minimum education and years of experience:
  • Bachelor's degree.  Five (5) years’ experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
  • Fifteen (15) years of related experience.
  • Any candidate with School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), Joint Advanced Warfighting (JAWS), School of Advanced Air and Space Studies (SAASS), or School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW) graduate certification is qualified for this position regardless of other experience.
Minimum qualifications:
  • Proficient understanding of planning and executing combined and joint operations at the theater/CCMD or component level, experience with the Joint Training System, joint or interagency operations planning, logistics, or civil-military operations conducted at CCMD or Service component command level.
Clearance requirement:
  • Final Top Secret clearance.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master's degree.
  • Graduate of joint professional military education (JPME) Phase I required, Phase II desired
  • Recent and relevant operational or senior staff (CCMD, Joint Staff, and JTF Staff) current operations support.
  • Familiarity with key stakeholders and organizations in the OCS Communities of Interest.
EOE minority/female/disability/veteran
 
Transitioning
The attached position is located at the Norfolk Navy Shipyard with DLA Land & Maritime. DLAis seeking a highly qualified and motivated teammate for this critical position.
Job description
 
Transitioning
Avanti Placements is searching for a Project Manager  to work on DHS project in Washington DC. Must have 8 years counter-IED experience and PMP certification. Immediate Hire! This is for a new effort at DHS NPPD in Washington DC.
 
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
 
Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
Transitioning

We are searching for a Training and Organizational Development Specialist to support the Collaboration and Talent Development Branch at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA. The Specialist will provide consultation and interventions aimed at achieving congruence among the components of the organization such as groups, environment, technology, individuals and tasks. The goal is to provide analysis, consultation and guidance to leadership to determine the changes needed to create a learning environment within the organization.

Responsibilities

Facilitate meetings, focus groups, workshops, retreats, etc. providing structure and focus enabling clients to successfully reach their meeting goals. Deliver follow-up facilitation and/or documents to support the actions developed during meetings.

·         Provide team building through process consultation, diagnostic, development, implementation and evaluation tailored to specific teams and/or challenges. Methodologies may include, but not be limited to interviews, surveys, web-based tools, diagnostic reports and outcome-driven interventions.

·         Conduct organization diagnosis for client organizations across the center. Collection of data can be achieved through surveys, interviews, focus groups, etc.. The data collection findings shall be reported to organization leaders and the specialist will assist leaders in planning a way forward to reach desired organization goals.

·         · Guide organizations in the development of strategic and implementation plans. This planning shall include identification of the organization’s vision, mission, goals, objectives, action plan, and metrics. Identify strengths and weaknesses in relation to factors that influence the organizations effectiveness and forecasting of their future impact.

·         · Assist in the creation of courses and provide course adjustments based upon participant feedback, new research data and Langley requirements. Deliver instructional facilitation for courses created to enhance collaboration and for basic courses/seminars created to educate Langley population.

Requirements

·         · Bachelor’s degree with discipline in training & development, HR, education, instructional design or organizational development/behavior preferred

·         · 5 years of experience in learning/training and organizational development

·         · Experience in e-Learning and technology-based tools or programs

·         · Experience in video, Web-based programs or self-guided instructional manuals

·         · Experience with Lean Six Sigma

·         · Skilled in administering and interpreting assessment tools

·         · Strong interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills

·         · Experience in survey development, strategic communications, program development and process improvement

·         · Comfortable presenting and leading training activities in front of large groups and one-on-one

·         · Highly organized and consistent in follow up and record-keeping

·         · Ability to learn and utilize company core behaviors

·         · Detail-oriented with ability to exhibit a high degree of flexibility and initiative to meet deadlines and respond to changing priorities

·         · Exceptional customer service skills.

·         · Good analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues

·         · Advanced skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint preferred

Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke

Avanti Placements

Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com

www.AvantiPlacements.com

Transitioning
Job Title:  Transportation Logistician
Job Category:   Mid-level
Dep/Group:      Transportation Logistics Services
Location: Headquarters, Herndon, VA
Travel Req:       Yes
Salary Range:   $60K - $80K (based on experience)
Will Train: Yes
Job Description:

Role and Responsibilities

ProteQ is a fast-growing services organization specializing in Logistics Management and the transportation of Project Cargo utilizing all modes of transportation to deliver our clients’ products and equipment worldwide.  We are always on the lookout for qualified and exciting people to join our team-oriented environment.
The Transportation Logistics Specialist directs, develops, and performs logistics management operations that involve planning, coordinating, or evaluating the logistical actions required to support a specified mission or designated program. The work involves: (1) identifying the specific requirements of the customer; (2) developing a plan that identifies the cost, manpower, material, facilities, and services needed to support the client’s program; and (3) correlating those requirements with program plans to assure that the needed support is provided at the right time and place.
 
Primary responsibilities include:
·         Oversee transportation functions, including any commercial client or Government owned assets
·         Manages the transportation aspects of ongoing projects and serves as liaison between project management and planning, project team, and field management
·         Supervise air and ocean freight forwarding, global warehousing, ground transportation, and reverse logistics
·         Develop partnerships with outside carriers in shipping
·         Plan and implement transportation budgets
·         Proactively identify problems and swiftly implement the appropriate solution
·         Supervise scheduling of shipments
·         Assist in the identification and implementation of continuous improvement opportunities and customer satisfaction opportunities
·         Daily management and coordination of shipments with both shippers and carriers
·         Source carriers and negotiate rates
·         Track and trace all shipments and load status
·         Provide HAZMAT training for all modes of transportation (IATA, DOT, IMO)
·         Perform other duties as requested or assigned
Candidate Qualifications
This position requires travel and field work to ensure successful delivery of client’s shipments.
In addition, the following skills, experience, certifications and/or education are required:
·         Bachelor’s Degree 3-5 years of transportation logistics in an international transportation environment, ideally with a focus on exporting/importing, or equivalent work experience
·         Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) shipper’s certification (or the ability to become certified) in U.S. D.O.T. HAZMAT Employee; IATA/ICAO Dangerous Goods; AFMAN-24, and; IMDG
·         Experience training in one (or all) of the certifications for shipping HAZMAT
·         Packing, blocking and bracing of shipping containers
·         Load planning and palletization
·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills
·         The ability to work well under pressure and in foreign locations
·         Team player and the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment
·         Proficient in MS Word, EXCEL and PowerPoint
·         Schedule/organize shipments for sensitive materials (ITAR, HAZMAT, etc.).
·         Security Clearance required (SECRET)

Additional Desired Skills

·         Knowledge of U.S. Customs export and import regulations a plus
·         OSHA/DoD Forklift operator license
·         Understanding of US Navy Supply System
·         HAZMAT Shipper Trainer Certified
Applications/Resumes Accepted by:
Fax:  1(571)267-2436 (Subject line: Logistician)
Email:   proteq@proteq.com  (Subject line: Logistician)
Mail:
ProteQ
Attn:  Human Resources
2325 Dulles Corner Blvd, Suite 470
Herndon, VA 20171
 
Transitioning
Metron, Incorporated
Mid-Level Operations/Systems Analyst – Norfolk, VA (2017-1346)
Mid-level Operations/Systems Analyst sought to perform modeling & simulation (M&S) based analysis in support of U.S. Navy war gaming efforts.  The successful candidate will conduct systems/operations research to obtain and archive maritime operations modeling input data, and employ M&S tools to create and update modeling databases, develop and debug simulation scenarios, execute batch runs of simulation scenarios representing baseline war game play and alternative courses of action, post-process and analyze M&S metric results, and prepare inputs for results presentations and technical reports.  The successful candidate must be able to effectively interact with game players, administrators, and subject matter experts.
Desired Qualifications
  • BS or MS in Operations Research, Physical Sciences, Engineering, or Math
  • Familiarity with maritime operations, including space, air, surface, subsurface and land asset capabilities and employment doctrine
  • Experience with defense modeling and simulation tools, e.g., Naval Simulation System (NSS), Synthetic Theater Operations Research Model (STORM), General Campaign Analysis Model (GCAM), Extended Air Defense Simulation (EADSIM)
  • Familiarity with analysis tools, e.g., SIMDIS, MATLAB, SimuLink, Satellite Toolkit (STK)
Required Qualifications
  • Current DoD security clearance with current SSBI and SCI eligibility
  • 4-7 years of U.S. Navy, government service or contracting experience, with a focus on operations analysis or systems analysis
  • Proven analytic and critical thinking skills
  • Highly proficient in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • U.S. Citizenship required
Position Location:  Norfolk, VA
Successful candidates will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
All applicants who have recently graduated (within the last 5 years) must send transcripts.  These do not have to be official.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status.  Metron takes affirmative action in support of its policy to employ and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Apply on line at www.metsci.com, click on careers, click on apply on line. 
Metron POC is Matthew Sammons, 703-787-8700, x 2847. 
 
Transitioning
ICI Services is a fast growing employee-owned Company with our headquarters office located in Virginia Beach.  We are a mid-sized defense contractor and have a fast-paced and exciting work environment. 
 
We are looking for a Senior Manpower Personnel & Training Analyst to support a major NAVSEA Program Office at the Washington Navy Yard, in DC.
Responsibilities:
*         Tracks and supports technical studies and analyses for LCS MPT for Seaframe and Mission Package crews and detachments.
*         Supports the preparation, coordination and execution of detailed government and industry HSI/MPT studies, cost, risk, metrics determination and tracking, and other analyses.
*         Participates in applicable Teams, Working Groups, and Advisory Groups, related to the LCS Program.
Educational Requirements:
*         Bachelor's Degree is desired but practical experience can be used as a substitute.
Experience Requirements:
*         15 or more years of experience in Navy operations, manpower, personnel and training support.
Other Requirements:

*         Active Department of Defense (DoD) SECRET personnel security clearance
EOE/M/F/ Disability/Vet
VEVRAA Federal Contractor

POC:  Dave Boisselle, D.S.L. | Team Lead - Sr. Recruiter
ICI Services Corporation | 500 Viking Dr | Ste 200 | Virginia Beach, VA  23452
david.boisselle@icisrvcs.com; www.icisrvcs.com/careers<http://www.icisrvcs.com/careers
(o) 757.340.6970 x.130<tel:(757)%20340-6970> | (m) 757.536.1031
Transitioning

Family Teaching Couple (National)

Job ID 3796036Date posted 01/12/2017
TITLE: Family Teaching Couple (Houseparents)- National (to be considered for any of our locations)
OVERVIEW OF BOYS TOWN
Are you passionate about shaping the future of America’s Youth?
Boys Town is changing the way America cares for children, families and communities by providing and promoting an Integrated Continuum of Care that instills Boys Town values to strengthen body, mind and spirit.
Our mission is centered on creating an environment for children that includes trust, discipline, emotional support and respect. We believe that all children and youth have the potential to become bright, productive, adjusted, loving people.
Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. Join our Town today and help us shape the future of America!
OVERVIEW OF JOB
As our Family-Teaching Couple you will provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family style living environment. Living on-site in a Boys Town Family home, together you will provide youth with moral, spiritual, and educational development needed for future success. This includes providing emotional support utilizing praise, positive feedback, affection, and empathy to build ones self-confidence and respect. Through the use of the Boys Town Model, you will guide and teach youth appropriate skills and behaviors. Using rational problem solving techniques you will teach youth critical thinking skills, assist with behavioral problems, counsel through personal issues, and provide crisis intervention when needed. As our Family Teaching Couple you will plan, participate, and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are both educational and entertaining. Through displaying and teaching parenting, family, and relationship skills to youth, legal guardians, and caretakers you will help create collaborative relationships and family engagement. You will maintain contact with both internal and external consumers/agencies to obtain and/or provide information regarding youth’s behaviors, strategies, and progress. As our Family Teaching Couple you will be responsible for maintaining and preparing written records for household budgeting, tracking youth progress, reporting incidents/behaviors, and documenting youth medical needs and appointments. You will continually provide support for educational success through monitoring youth academic performance. Additionally, you will teach and role model Boys Town values and ethical behaviors, as well as support and encourage participation in regular religious activities. As our Family Teaching Couple you will be responsible for supervising the activities of your assigned Assistant Family Teacher to aid in their development and success. Additionally, you will manage the daily operating schedule of the home; assist with youth transportation needs, and overall household upkeep. This position can also be referred to as houseparent or house parent.
Individuals in this position also show interest in:
social work, family advocacy, wrap-around services, foster care, case planning, case management, mental health, psychology, sociology, human services, CASA, social services, criminal justice, criminology, and education.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, OR SKILLS:
  • Be at least 21 years of age or older, except if applying for Washington D.C. due to contractual requirements one must be at least 22 years of age or older
  • High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred
  • A valid driver’s license with a good driving record and the ability to pass a MVR Check
  • Ability and desire to work and live with youth
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which will include days, evenings, weekends and holidays
  • A willingness to learn and implement all phases of the Boys Town Home Model, including all intervention and administrative functions
  • Proven record of sound judgment and ability to work with children in a mature and responsible manner
  • Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one’s fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth
  • Ability to attend a two weeks paid training in Omaha, Nebraska
BENEFITS OF BEING A BOYS TOWN FAMILY-TEACHING COUPLE:
  • An annual starting salary of $54,400-64,480
  • Fully paid living expenses, which include rent, utilities and a monthly household budget
  • A benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave
  • A company vehicle
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Opportunities to earn college credit while working
  • Career advancement opportunities within the organization
This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Please contact us at 1-877-639-6003 if you need an accommodation to complete the application process.

Job Details: https://jobs.boystown.org/form/candidate/28950/197/3796036
 
Transitioning

Warehouse Technician - Edgewood MD

Clearance - Secret

We are currently looking for an onsite warehouse technician in Edgewood MD to support the receipt, documentation, storage, inventory and shipping of commercial items to support critical search and rescue, medical and chemical, biological, and radiological sets, kits, components, and consumable items.   This program provides and sustains unique, mass casualty decontamination, search and rescue and medical response and management commercial components and systems to support critical Homeland Defense Response units.  These units and equipment are essential to the rapid response and effective lifesaving capabilities in support of major catastrophic natural and manmade incidents.

Education:  The contractor shall possess an associate's degree in business operations, management, or related fields or have over five (5) years of general experience and two (2) years of relevant experience in warehouse related functions.  

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of and understanding federal and state shipping regulations, safety policies, and standard inventory procedures.
  • Proficient in the use of data entry programs, such as Microsoft Excel, to record and retrieve information about the warehouse's inventory.
  • Demonstrated experience in compiling inventory control reports using the Logistics Information System (LIS)
  • Experience in executing inventory control processes
  • Understanding of warehouse safety management policy and procedures
  • Must demonstrate good judgment, ability to follow standards, and employ processes in daily warehouse operations
  • Proficient in developing status reports and other surveillance reporting requirements
  • Ability to operate a forklift to support warehouse operations
  • Ability to perform routine maintenance on warehouse equipment to ensure good working order

Responsibilities:

  • Take product orders and verify if items are available in stock
  • Pull orders from storage areas and compare them with order forms
  • Check products to ensure working order and quantity
  • Choose appropriate packing materials and containers and pack products in accordance to product safety protocols
  • Ensure that each container is sealed appropriately and that they are labeled with appropriate information
  • Be capable of operating a forklift to support warehouse operations
  • Assist in loading/unloading containers from or on/in to delivery trucks or vans
  • Receive and in process product deliveries from manufacturing units and ensure that they are properly identified, marked, annotated in the logistics information system (LIS) and stored appropriately
  • Arrange items in an organized manner to avoid damage or premature wear and tear
  • Create inventory, delivery and shipment reports and ensure that all information is appropriated documented in the Logistics Information System. 
  • Ensure cleanliness and maintenance of equipment and tools used in the receipt, loading and storage processes
  • Ensure that the warehouse is clean at all times
  • Maintain/update both shipping and receiving information within the LIS
  • Safeguards warehouse operations and contents by establishing and monitoring security procedures and protocols.
  • Assists in controlling inventory levels by conducting physical counts; reconciling with LIS
  • Complies with federal, state, and local warehousing, material handling, and shipping requirements
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke

Avanti Placements

Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com

www.AvantiPlacements.com

Transitioning
Manager, Operations Planning & Analysis at the National Industries for the Blind
 
Position is a management position with two direct reports.  Primary responsibilities and duties of the position are to maintain, improve and execute NIB’s sales forecasting process which informs NIB’s business budgeting and planning process.  Candidates must have a strong analytical and mathematical (statistical) background with a firm knowledge and understanding of regression and forecasting techniques.  The position develops  data-based metrics, reports, dashboards and conducts in depth analysis to inform and assist organizational decision making.  The position also manages the provision of non-technical support services for organizational Enterprise Resource Planning systems (Oracle) with a focus on Operation’s departmental workflows and datasets.  Lastly, the position will analyze and assess existing data collection methods, collected data, and metrics and make recommendations to improve the central data collection, analysis, and distribution of operational data to provide visibility of both operational and business process performance.  Full details can be found in the attached position description
 
Questions can be addressed directly to Timothy Dudley, tdudley@nib.org.
 
 
Transitioning
Booz Allen has an immediate need for a former military planner with experience in developing and implementing programs that advance the capabilities of partner nation’s militaries through training programs, logistics support, and equipping programs as well as facilitating cooperation among partner nation militaries.  Experience with such programs in the AFRICOM or CENTCOM AORs required.  Position is full time in the Middle East for 6-9 months
 
Transitioning
Davis Defense needs immediate fill of Senior Logistics Analyst position in support of AAV Basic Mods Team located in Stafford Virginia. 
 
Seek an Acquisition Logistician candidate with DAWIA Level II or III or equivalent certificates with DAU (as an experienced support contractor). 
 
Must possess a current Secret Clearance, held a prior clearance or be able get a clearance in order to fulfill job requirement is support of MARCORSYSCOM Client. 
 
Individual must display in resume knowledge and ability in creating and modifying Tech Manuals, TI's, MI's, Logistics Plans, knowledge of cataloging stock numbers and part numbers, etc.   
 
Transitioning
Our client, located outside New York city, is a market leader in sporting firearms.  Due to rapid growth, they are seeking LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt’s to join the team.  These are newly created positions.
Ideal candidates will have the following:
·         BS, Engineering or Physics degree
·         MBA and/or MS, a plus
·         Six Sigma Black Belt
·         Demonstrated implementing LEAN principles from ground up
·         5+ years in a manufacturing environment—preferably durable products or defense industry
Salary depends on experience (DOE) - $100k - 135k/yr+
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennis-espiritu-4639383

Full relocation package.
If interested, please send resume to despiritu@lucasgroup.com or contact Dennis Espiritu at (212)293-1081.
 
Transitioning
See attached for FedBid DoD Sales Director position details.
Dod Sales Director
 
Transitioning
Customer Technical Representative (CTR) Seat/Service Management for US Navy Band
 
Located at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC.
 
Active Secret Clearance required
 
4-7 years of professional experience and 1-2 years experience as a CTR/ACTR for the NMCI network required
 
1.Serve as CTR for all user accounts, computers, printers and associated peripheral assets.
2.Perform move, add, changes (MACs) and manage delivery, schedule and inventory required for seat and service management.
3.Perform input into NMCI, ONE-NET or other DOD/DON tools required for CLIN orders (such as, NET/e-Marketplace, RAPT) processing for new services, tech refresh and maintenance of existing services.
4.Perform device asset management, warranty, repair, replacement and ordering for hardware and software.
5.Reconcile invoices and coordinate service requirements for approval by staff and the Budget Submitting Office (BSO).
6.Maintain manual and automated databases, such as, but not limited to (1) NET for NMCI Enterprise wide management tool (2) DADMS which is the Department of Navy (DON) Application and Database Management Systems (3) NAV-IDAS which is the Navy Information Dominance Approval System used for enterprise-wide IT/telecom procurement approval.
7.Serve as representative in NMCI Echelon II and CTR working groups, Field Support Activity (FSA), BSO and sites meetings regard IT requirements.
 
 
POC: Daniel Kenyon
dakenyon@target-sys.com
717-795-8646
 
Transitioning
POC(s):  Nancy Heimbaugh nheimbaugh@LMPAlliance.com 717-571-2838 
 Guadalupe Madrid GMadrid@ReadyOne.org 915-858-7277 EXT 1015
 
ReadyOne Industries, an AbilityOne company is looking to fill their VP Business Development vacancy.  Request widest dissemination.  
 
Vice President, Business Development, ReadyOne Industries, El Paso, TX 
(location of VP BD - Washington DC/Philadelphia PA area is preferred)
COMPANY OVERVIEW:
ReadyOne Industries, located at 1414 Ability Drive, El Paso, TX  79936, (www.readyone.org) is a non-profit organization dedicated to manufacturing rugged, high quality garments for the U.S. military, as well as corrugated products and 3PL services, document storage and destruction, and contact center with experienced, multi-lingual operators and customer service representatives.  ReadyOne’s mission is to employ persons with significant disabilities and deliver high quality products and services with a diverse workforce in an environment that inspires success.
POSITION SUMMARY:
ReadyOne Industries is currently seeking a VP of Business Development to lead our business development, Government and commercial project origination, and opportunity qualification activities. Reporting directly to the CEO, this senior management position will lead a team of business development professionals to accelerate ReadyOne’s Government and commercial activities. The successful candidate will have a depth of experience in the Government/Department of Defense industry, proven history of successful project development and execution, and strategic skills to define high probability target markets that align with ReadyOne’s mission.
Responsible for the development and implementation of marketing and business development strategies for the company and assist in customer development and retention activities.  Will build and lead a high performance Business Development organization to drive growth across the enterprise.  Will also develop and manage key client and partner relationships, and will define and implement sales and marketing strategies for ReadyOne.   
KEY ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES: 
  1. As part of building the Business Development (BD) organization, play a key role in the hiring process, define specific responsibilities of positions throughout the BD organization, and lead and manage the team.
  2. Participate in defining growth goals for ReadyOne, and lead the BD organization towards attainment of those goals in partnership with Strategic Business Units and other corporate functions.
  3. Create and lead the sales funnel/pipeline processes.  A key function of the role will be to drive a higher level of consistency in the pipeline by broadening the sources of opportunities and leading a well-define process to evaluate and develop those opportunities.
  4. Manage and/or support the most critical customer and partner relationships across its various markets.                                                                                                                          
  1. Review and enhance processes for pricing and proposal development for both commercial and public sector opportunities.
  1. Drive cross-Strategic Business Units solution sales efforts.  There will be opportunities to develop client-specific solutions across ReadyOne’s product and service offerings.  The VP of Business Development will be responsible for implementing the process and pulling together the resources across the organization to sell and deliver these solutions.
  1. Seek out and develop new relationships with clients.
  1. Perform other duties and responsibilities as required or requested. 
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed on the job analysis are representative of the skill, and/or ability required. 
Education: Undergraduate degree required. Business related advance degree is highly preferred.  Related experience in lieu of advance degree also considered.
Experience: Significant experience in enterprise sales leadership, experience in leading in a mission-oriented entity is ideal, and Entrepreneurial experience building and/or significantly expanding the sales and business development capabilities of an organization.  
Specific skills: Experience working with Federal, State, and/or Local entities. Able to navigate procurement regulations and develop relationships with executives in the public and commercial sectors; experience working with the Department of Defense is desired.  Ability to communicate the company’s mission and effectively position the capabilities of ReadyOne as a part of its comprehensive sales strategy.
 Specialized Licenses, etc.: None required.
Other skills and Abilities: Proficiency with Microsoft, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.  Proven customer service skills are required in order to create, maintain and enhance customer relationships. Must be able to communicate and interact effectively with multi-functional and diverse backgrounds.
Physical Demands: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work Environment: Office and field environment. The VP of Business Development will be required to visit Federal Customers and SourceAmerica at their facilities and also conduct periodic visits with private sector partners and customers.  Will also be required to travel periodically to ReadyOne’s headquarters in El Paso, Texas.  The geographic location that the VP of Business Development will work from is negotiable but the Washington D.C. / Philadelphia, PA area is preferred.   Travel: Up to 40% travel time
 Interested candidates should contact the following individual:
Director of Human Resources:  Guadalupe Madrid, GMadrid@ReadyOne.org
(915) 858-7277 EXT. 1015
 
Transitioning
Systems Engineer
 
Secret Clearance required.
 
The Systems Engineer must be familiar with key system engineering activities such as Risk Analysis, Configuration Management, Requirements Traceability Matrices and Systems Engineering Plans in addition to any of the major Technical Reviews for a program such as, but not limited to, PDR/CDR/SVR.

· lead or assist the lead engineer in executing program level IPTs for systems engineering, risk management, and configuration management.
· participate and provide input to program functional IPTs, IPRs, milestone decisions, and required program updates.
· assist in identifying, assessing, developing, and mitigating program risk.
· translate program requirements into language for a PSpec, SOW, and associated CDRLs for material solution solicitation and update them as necessary.
· develop and author systems engineering documentation (e.g., SEP, CMP, etc.) in support of the program.
· provide systems engineering input into program documentation (e.g., LCCE, LCMP, TEMP, TES, etc.).
· respond to systems engineering inquiries and taskers assigned by the PM.

Education and Experience Required
· Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with at least seven (7) years of general experience - AND - five (5) years of related (Systems Engineer) experience. 
· Level III certified in Engineering from Defense Acquisition University a plus, not required
 
Please send resume to:
 
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
 

Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
 
Transitioning
Proposal Coordinator
 
The Proposal Coordinator will coordinate and contribute to the planning and writing of responses to Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) and Requests for Quotes (RFQs) for federal contracts, contract vehicles and task orders for the National Security Division. This is a great position to use as a springboard for your career in business development.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
·      Coordinates and develops in conjunction with the Business Development Team, responses to Requests for Information (RFIs) from organizations in the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and other federal agencies.
 
o   Completes compliance matrices.
o   Drafts data calls and instructions to teammates (for prime proposals) and responds to data calls (for sub proposals).
o   Develops and maintains compliant and consistent volume templates.
o   Ensures resumes and past performances are compliant to the requirements of the solicitation.
o   Manages preparation and submission of past performance questionnaires (PPQs).
o   Assists in writing and generating graphics for technical volumes.
o   Participates in color reviews and incorporates changes.
o   Edits complete proposal for grammar, tone, and style, as well as compliance and consistency.
o   Produces electronic and hard copy proposals for submission.
 
·      Reviews daily search results of current and upcoming government solicitations, generated by both open-source and company-subscribed search engines, and evaluates whether an opportunity’s scope of work, client needs, and staffing requirements relate to corporate capabilities and merit further review.
·      Conducts research and analysis to assist in qualifying and tracking opportunities. Conducts research of special topics as requested.
·      Participates in strategic planning for capturing opportunities.
·      Maintains and analyzes Business Development records in the corporate online database and company server.
·      Provides text, graphics, and layout design for corporate marketing materials, using the Microsoft Office Suite (proficiency required) and Adobe Creative Suite (proficiency preferred).
Provides administrative support to the Business Development team, including arranging meetings, recording meeting minutes, and monitoring a shared calendars
 
EXPERIENCE, SKILLS, AND QUALIFICATIONS
Required:
·      Bachelor’s Degree
·      2-5 years in federal proposal development

Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
 
Transitioning
Procurement Leader
  • Professional and compliant service for allocated users’ stakeholders to maximize value for expenditures and achieve high stakeholder satisfaction.
  • Define and successfully execute the procurement strategy and objectives
  • Achieve overall savings targets for those categories/projects (as applicable) deemed to be within the Procurement functional domain
  • Achieve Business Unit Procurement KPIs, as defined and agreed in the Country Procurement scorecard
  • Ensure appropriate procurement policy and global ‘best’ practice guidance is being adhered to, so that Procurement activity is executed in a way which aligns to the Company's Global Procurement vision
  • Conduct resource planning and forecasting based on forward projections of required procurement activity and ensuring deployment of suitably qualified and experienced resource in line with the resource plan
  • Manage appointment and development of all direct reports in line with Corporate Strategy
  • Ensure visibility of cost projections for the function and early identification and mitigation of unplanned 3rd party spend through robust procurement risk management
    Located in Charlotte, NC and the salary range is $100-125K based on experience. 
Transitioning
Are you looking for an inclusive and employee-friendly work environment,
challenging assignments, specialized training and generous benefits? At the
Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), you'll find all this and more in a
progressive organization dedicated to continuous improvement. DCAA provides
audit and financial advisory services to Department of Defense and other
federal entities responsible for acquisition and contract administration. We
are ranked in the top third of the "Best Places to Work in the Federal
Government." We want to hire talented people seeking to apply their creative
ideas and enthusiasm while providing a unique service to their country. Join
the elite cadre of professionals who have made DCAA their employer of
choice.

DCAA is recruiting for many entry-level professional auditor positions
located in various cities across the Nation. You may apply for these
announcements if you are scheduled to graduate by June 30, 2017. The
following three vacancy announcements will be posted on or before December
19, 2016, through January 3, 2017, at USAJOBS, the Federal job seeker’s web
site, at https://www.usajobs.gov/.
• Auditor, GS-0511-7/9 (open to the public); Announcement No.
D-DCAA-1864325-17
• Auditor, GS-0511-11/12 (open to the public); Announcement No.
D-DCAA-1864508-17
• Auditor, GS-511-7/9 (Recent Graduates); Announcement No.
DCAA-17-HQ-1862545

To Qualify:
You must be a United States citizen. You must have a bachelor’s degree or
higher in accounting or a related field (such as business administration,
finance, or public administration) with a minimum of 24 semester hours in
accounting.

How to apply:
Visit our Agency’s website to find out application process at a glance:
http://www.dcaa.mil/apply.html.
Tips on how to write a resume for Federal jobs:
https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/faq/application/documents/resume/what-to-includ
e/

Questions?
Contact one of the DCAA Recruitment Team:
Patrick Grimes, Recruitment Team Lead (phone 972-652-3629,
Patrick.Grimes@dcaa.mil) Darlene Washington, Human Resources Specialist
(phone 856-354-7527, Darlene.Washington@dcaa.mil) Michelle DiBiase, Human
Resources Specialist (phone 856-354-7542, michelle.dibiase@dcaa.mil) John
Walker, Human Resources Specialist (phone 770-319-4441;
John.Walker@dcaa.mil).
 
 
Transitioning
We are seeking a senior administrative professional to support an on-going contract that provides analytical and technical support the Emerging Capability and Prototyping Office within the Assistant Secretary of Defense Research and Engineering (ASD (R&E)).  Emerging Capability and Prototyping Office enables the rapid and affordable introduction of new capabilities. The capabilities may respond to an emerging threat, a mission capability gap, or may enhance interoperability or service life of existing systems.
Duties and Responsibilities:
·        Provides full scope administrative assistance to SES-level led office
·        Prepares correspondence for senior executives
·        Manages calendars and implements proper protocol for senior executives
·        Track tasks to completion using Correspondence and Task Management System
·        Manages Top Secret and Special Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) and assists in implementing security SOP and internal control execution and classified material handling
·        Provides support to facilitate classified meetings including sending/receiving security clearance information
·        Assists with Joint World Wide Intelligence Communications Systems (JWICS) account management
Qualifications:
·        A college degree and military background is desired.
·        Relevant work experience of at least 10 years
·        Proficiency with online administrative tracking programs, particularly the Correspondence and Task Management System (CATMS)) is strongly desired
·        High level of proficiency of the English language, both written and oral
·        Highly proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite of applications, especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint
·        Experience using an internal office “tickler” system and experience sending and receiving personnel security clearance information to support classified meetings
·        Proficiency in executive level protocols, knowledge of Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) correspondence procedures, and knowledge of the structure and missions of the OSD and the Components
·        Experience with security facility administration
·        Experience assisting with SCI facilities support and JWICS account is required
·        You must have a current DoD Top Secret with SCI eligibility clearance
 
 
Send resume to:
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com

 
Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
www.AvantiPlacements.com
Transitioning
DEL REY has positions open at this time in NorVa for Material Handlers (4); and in Charleston for Logistician (1).  If you know anyone looking in those areas please have them send their resume or call.
 

 
Jim Miller
CEO, DEL REY Systems & Technology, Inc.
EDMWOSB
An Employee Owned Company (ESOP)
7844 Convoy Court
San Diego, CA  92111
Phone: (858) 874-8992 x 101
Cell: (619) 921-3344
Fax: (858) 874-1808
jmiller@delreysys.com
www.delreysys.com
 
 
Transitioning
Client Solution Architects has an immediate opening for a consultant to provide direct support to the Undersea Integration Program Office, PMW 770, Strategic and Shore Communications programs. These programs support “Seamless End-to-End Communications” by maintaining and modernizing the Undersea Shore Infrastructure and supporting end-to-end (E2E) Very Low Frequency (VLF) communications.
 
Day to day responsibilities include:
 
·         Draft budget exhibits
·         Draft spend plans
·         Draft POM issues
·         Maintain Integrated Master Schedule in Microsoft Project
·         Maintain and populate project information sharing environment on SharePoint
·         Draft budgetary reclamas
·         Author program review briefs and point papers
·         Draft DoD-5000/SECNAV 5000 required documentation (AAP, PDD, CCA, etc)
·         Conduct Acquisition Coordination Team activities
·         Conduct financial execution performance surveillance
·         Maintain action item tracker
·         Conduct logistical activities related to recurring and ad-hoc meetings
·         Evaluate and submit for approval shore installation artifacts
·         Conduct Pre-ACAT programmatic activities (requirements gathering, RFIs, etc)
·         Provide coordination for DoD CIO level data calls for NC3 systems (TS Clearance Preferred)
 
Job requirements:
 
A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition and program management activities. 
•    Three (3) years of experience in direct support to a Navy Program Executive Office (PEO) or DoD agency performing systems acquisition. 
•    Working knowledge of the Navy SPAWAR Headquarters and Program Executive Office organizations. 
•    An understanding of the DoD 5000 Milestone acquisition documentation for major acquisition programs. 
•    DAWIA Level II in Program Management or similar certification (e.g. PMP) is highly desired. 
•    Secret Security Clearance – current active clearance preferred. Ability to get clearance is required. 
•    Outstanding verbal and written communication skills. 
•    Must be a team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 
•    High degree of proficiency in using the standard Microsoft Office suite of products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project). 
•    Must be a confident self-starter who is comfortable working with various levels of leadership. 
•    Exceptional leadership, mentoring and customer service skills. 
•    Bachelor’s Degree. Business, Finance or related discipline preferred. 
 
 
Client Solution Architects is an EEO / Affirmative Action Employer.  M/F/Disabled/Veteran.
 
 
Transitioning
Nestle Warehouse Supervisor - requires BA in Logistics and or Supply Chain and 3 yrs of Supervisory Experience - Bakersfield, CA
 
Nestle looking to hire a veteran warehouse supervisor.
 
The Nestle USA Bakersfield, CA facility is the world’s largest ice cream factory.  It is a nonunion facility and operates 24/7.  This specific position will be a 2nd/3rd shift position including 1 weekend day – exact schedule is yet to be determined.   Ideally, they are searching for a candidate that has excellent communication and leadership skills, 3 years’ of logistics supervisory experience in a lean manufacturing environment and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics / Supply Chain or has equivalent experience.  
 
Interested candidates can send their resume to me at james.mccandless@workforwarriors.org and I will forward it to my POC.
 
They can also check out the job description in more detail at: https://www.nestlejobs.com/job/bakersfield/warehouse-supervisor/806/2201837
 
 
Transitioning
RGS is looking to hire a Senior Program Analyst to provide support in the following functional areas: (1) POM Assessment, (2) Action Officer/Requirements Officer (AO/RO) Support, and (3) Program and Quantitative Analyst Support.  The Program Analyst will support the following two offices:
1)Unmanned Air Programs Branch (N992A) including support for the development of the MQ-25A unmanned carrier-launched vehicle with a focus on technology maturation and risk reduction and achievement of acquisition milestone A
2)Support the N99 Front Office in developing and executing N99’s engagement strategy for all aspects of N99’s responsibilities.
The US Navy headquarters staff at the Pentagon, known as OPNAV, supports the Chief of Naval Operations in his mission to support the warfighter by setting requirements, budgeting resources, and managing programs for many different Navy programs.  The candidate shall support the OPNAV Unmanned Warfare Systems Division (N99) regarding engagement and management for matters pertaining to related program concerns. Shall provide support for all planning, programming, policy and execution of all program issues in order to provide the Navy operating forces with trained personnel to support the missions. 
 
Responsibilities:
 
Candidates will provide support services required to facilitate overall objectives for OPNAV N99.  The support will require direct liaison with requirements officers and program managers across the OPNAV organization as well as all other DoN stakeholders in support of the development and refinement of executable programs and policies.  An in-depth, working knowledge of existing and evolving tools and decisions support systems employed within the enterprise will directly contribute to this objective. 
 
Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Assessment
·        Provide analysis of and report on any associated potential programming risks that may be caused by the addition or reduction of Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E).
·        Analyze and report on requirements determinations, programming, site surveys, project management plans, facilities design, and facility construction (e.g. Base Re-Alignment and Closure (BRAC), new facilities requirements, etc.).
·        Develop independent cost estimates (for life cycle costs or other activities).
·        Attend meetings and provide support on the development of the POM Sponsor Program Proposal (SPP) and Fact Of Life (FOL)/Change Proposal (CP) briefs. 
·        Develop meeting agendas, record meeting minutes and action items, and develop presentation materials for OPNAV staff, related Resource Sponsors (RS), and subordinate Commands.
Action Officer (AO)/Requirements Officer (RO) Support
·        Provide programming, planning, and budgeting management support.
·        Draft, analyze, integrate, and review documentation in accordance with Government, DoD and DON regulations.
·        Analyze, evaluate, and prepare program briefs, reports, and correspondence.
·        Develop/maintain program records, databases and other documentation.
·        Provide support in milestone planning, tracking, scheduling, briefing preparation, and staff coordination.
·        Track high profile actions.
·        Facilitate Integrated Product Teams (IPTs,) special advisory boards, off-sites, working groups, audit teams, etc.
·        Support preparation of OPNAV programs of record (PORs) and rapid acquisition briefs, reports, and presentations to both internal and external audiences.
·        Provide support for Unmanned and Rapid Development programs and initiatives.
·        Provide program support for reviews, conferences, briefings, and other meetings.
·        Coordinate information to respond to external, DoD, or other Government agencies.  Assist with information to respond to inquiries in support of audits and external engagement.
Program and Quantitative Analyst Support
·        Produce technical documents in support of the development of core program requirements. 
·        Conduct and assess Program Requirement Reviews (PRR).
·        Prepare and maintain program documentation, including work breakdown structures.
·        Prepare issue papers, responses to external inquiries, and other tasker responses
·        Review proposed Concepts of Operation/Concepts of Employment (CONOPs/CONEMPS) and resulting mission allocations, as well as platform design constraints, as a methodology for achieving required Navy capabilities within projected budget constraints.
·        Coordinate development of options for a Navy Future Fleet Architecture options which roughly fall within the fiscally constrained projections for a level of funding for the Navy. Include rationale of the Concept of Operations/Concepts of Employment (CONOPS/CONEMPS), mission allocations, and design constraints driving those architectures.
·        Attend non-decisional briefings, meetings, various working groups, and conferences.
 
Required Skills: 
·        Fifteen (15) years of general experience highlighting strategic decision-making, complex problem solving, development and implementation of specialized solutions, facilitation of team communication, and design and implementation of business processes and controls. More specifically, four (4) years highlighting knowledge of Navy programming including the following task areas: Management and Training (M&T), Total Force Manpower Management System, Resource Allocation Model (RAM) DUALIE Generator, the Navy’s 30-year shipbuilding tables, Integrated Sponsor Proposal Program (ISPP), Ship Maintenance, Ship Operations, Ship Support, Fleet Training and Navy Targets and Ranges.
·        Knowledge of and/or experience with unmanned systems development in the Air, Surface, and Undersea warfare domain and requirements establishment for implementing rapid prototyping and demonstration, connecting unmanned technology with warfighters, and promising unmanned technologies towards acquisition.
·        Experience supporting the OPNAV Staff
·        Experience with Unmanned programs
·        PPBE
 
Desired Skills:
·        Action Officer support
·        Requirements Officer support
Education:
Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, statistics, business, law, engineering, physical science or management discipline such as business administration, accounting, finance, economics or a management information technology. A Masters degree in those areas may be preferred for specific requirements at the task order level.
 
Clearance:
TS/SCI
 
Transitioning
RGS is looking to hire a Program Analyst to provide support in the following functional areas: (1) POM Assessment, (2) Action Officer/Requirements Officer (AO/RO) Support, and (3) Program and Quantitative Analyst Support.  The Program Analyst will support the following two offices:
1.) Unmanned Air Programs Branch (N992A) including support for the development of the MQ-25A unmanned carrier-launched vehicle with a focus on technology maturation and risk reduction and achievement of acquisition milestone A
2.) Support the N99 Front Office in developing and executing N99’s engagement strategy for all aspects of N99’s responsibilities.
The US Navy headquarters staff at the Pentagon, known as OPNAV, supports the Chief of Naval Operations in his mission to support the warfighter by setting requirements, budgeting resources, and managing programs for many different Navy programs.  The candidate shall support the OPNAV Unmanned Warfare Systems Division (N99) regarding engagement and management for matters pertaining to related program concerns. Shall provide support for all planning, programming, policy and execution of all program issues in order to provide the Navy operating forces with trained personnel to support the missions. 
 
Responsibilities: 
Candidates will provide support services required to facilitate overall objectives for OPNAV N99.  The support will require direct liaison with requirements officers and program managers across the OPNAV organization as well as all other DoN stakeholders in support of the development and refinement of executable programs and policies.  An in-depth, working knowledge of existing and evolving tools and decisions support systems employed within the enterprise will directly contribute to this objective. 
 
Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Assessment
·        Provide analysis of and report on any associated potential programming risks that may be caused by the addition or reduction of Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E).
·        Analyze and report on requirements determinations, programming, site surveys, project management plans, facilities design, and facility construction (e.g. Base Re-Alignment and Closure (BRAC), new facilities requirements, etc.).
·        Develop independent cost estimates (for life cycle costs or other activities).
·        Attend meetings and provide support on the development of the POM Sponsor Program Proposal (SPP) and Fact Of Life (FOL)/Change Proposal (CP) briefs. 
·        Develop meeting agendas, record meeting minutes and action items, and develop presentation materials for OPNAV staff, related Resource Sponsors (RS), and subordinate Commands.
Action Officer (AO)/Requirements Officer (RO) Support
·        Provide programming, planning, and budgeting management support.
·        Draft, analyze, integrate, and review documentation in accordance with Government, DoD and DON regulations.
·        Analyze, evaluate, and prepare program briefs, reports, and correspondence.
·        Develop/maintain program records, databases and other documentation.
·        Provide support in milestone planning, tracking, scheduling, briefing preparation, and staff coordination.
·        Track high profile actions.
·        Facilitate Integrated Product Teams (IPTs,) special advisory boards, off-sites, working groups, audit teams, etc.
·        Support preparation of OPNAV programs of record (PORs) and rapid acquisition briefs, reports, and presentations to both internal and external audiences.
·        Provide support for Unmanned and Rapid Development programs and initiatives.
·        Provide program support for reviews, conferences, briefings, and other meetings.
·        Coordinate information to respond to external, DoD, or other Government agencies.  Assist with information to respond to inquiries in support of audits and external engagement.
Program and Quantitative Analyst Support
·        Produce technical documents in support of the development of core program requirements. 
·        Conduct and assess Program Requirement Reviews (PRR).
·        Prepare and maintain program documentation, including work breakdown structures.
·        Prepare issue papers, responses to external inquiries, and other tasker responses
·        Review proposed Concepts of Operation/Concepts of Employment (CONOPs/CONEMPS) and resulting mission allocations, as well as platform design constraints, as a methodology for achieving required Navy capabilities within projected budget constraints.
·        Coordinate development of options for a Navy Future Fleet Architecture options which roughly fall within the fiscally constrained projections for a level of funding for the Navy. Include rationale of the Concept of Operations/Concepts of Employment (CONOPS/CONEMPS), mission allocations, and design constraints driving those architectures.
·        Attend non-decisional briefings, meetings, various working groups, and conferences.
Required Skills: 
·        Ten (10) years of general experience highlighting project management, analyzing data and formulating conclusions from data analysis, complex problem solving, and organizational planning, management, and development. Specifically, knowledge is required in the following areas: Ship Maintenance, Ship Operations, Ship Support, Fleet Training and Navy Targets and Ranges.
·        Knowledge of and/or experience with unmanned systems development in the Air, Surface, and Undersea warfare domain and requirements establishment for implementing rapid prototyping and demonstration, connecting unmanned technology with warfighters, and promising unmanned technologies towards acquisition.
·        Experience supporting the OPNAV Staff
·        Experience with Unmanned programs
·        PPBE
Desired Skills:
·        Action Officer support
·        Requirements Officer support
Education:
Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, statistics, business, law, engineering, physical science or management discipline such as business administration, accounting, finance, economics or a management information technology.
 
Clearance:
DOD Secret clearance. 
 
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Transitioning
REQ 1084 – LRS LOGISTICIAN / PROJECT MANAGER (USCG HQ)
Zantech IT Services, Inc. provides IT, engineering and program management services to federal government and industry clients. 
Located in Tysons Corner, VA, Zantech provides Federal Government agencies with the solutions and expertise to improve customer services and maintain high levels of customer satisfaction. By focusing on standards-based processes and tools, Zantech helps its clients meet their mission objectives, maintain mission critical functions, and transform mission sensitive systems.
Zantech is totally focused on providing “Outstanding Performance…Always” to its customers.
 
JOB TITLE:            LRS Logistician / Project Manager
LOCATION:         Washington, DC 
REPORTS TO:      Program Manager
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
Perform Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) activities for the LRS (Long Range Surveillance) Project at the USCG Headquarters, Washington, DC. 
 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  • Plan, schedule, coordinate and estimate complex tasks associated with products or services, (e.g., design, development, acquisition and maintenance, required to ensure systems and equipment achieve required readiness and sustainability posture at an affordable life cycle cost).
  • Evaluate deliverables for technical adequacy.
  • Support development of logistics acquisition milestone requirements.
  • Specific tasking expected: Participate in the USCG/OEM DMS process;
  • Track items via the software programs below and research alternatives to those suggested by OEM;
  • Participate in the USCG Configuration Control Board (CCB) Technical/Data Review Boards (TRB/DRB) along with the Configuration Change Control Board;
  • Ensure CG-4 & Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) review and respond to CCB, DRB and TRB notifications;
  • Interact with USAF and OEM personnel providing oversight to the DMS/CCB processes.
  • Provide parts oversight and support to HC-130J Logistical processes;
  • Create and update unit parts provisioning spreadsheets which also includes Ground Support Equipment and Rolls Royce Power-By-the-Hour equipment lists;
  • Assist MSS Plus contractors in attempts to locate hard to find and procure parts;
  • Assist team at Greenville and Waco in researching replacement parts;
  • Define requirements of the FIT for creating a parts tracking sheet which is either viewable by CG-9311 team for an updated status if parts fail or are cannibalized;
  • Provide back-up on executive weekly updates.
  • Will have back-up Program Manager - responsibilities as also Project Manager. 
 
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must be a US Citizen.
  • Required: Three (3) years of experience in a depot-level maintenance environment performing aircraft upgrades.
  • Required: Experience in Coast Guard procedures (CG aeronautical practices as defined in Commandant Instruction Manual CIM 13020.1 (series)) utilizing the Asset Computerized Maintenance System (ACMS), Asset Logistics Management Information System (ALMIS), and Asset Maintenance Management Information System (AMMIS).  
  • Desired: Experience with DoD inventory control points, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and within Assistant Program Manager for Logistics (APML) Offices. 
  • An active Secret clearance is strongly preferred. 
  • A sense of mission and the independent maturity to accomplish given tasks.
 
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Zantech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled are encouraged to apply.   
 
www.ZantechIT.com/jobs 
To apply to this position, email your resume to:  recruiting@zantechit.com
 
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Position is in Norfolk.

Job Description
Transitioning
International Paper (http://www.internationalpaper.com) is the world’s largest paper and forest products company.  Primary businesses include paper, packaging and forest products for a variety of end uses. International Paper is a Fortune 100 Company with operations around the globe.
 
We currently have an opening for a Corrugator Supervisor at our Laurens, SC Container plant.  This facility manufactures packaging products for local and national customers.
 
Key Functions and Responsibilities:
Front Line Leader for the corrugator is responsible for the supervision, leadership, and corrugator technical problem solving of one assigned shift of hourly employees to ensure safety, quality, productivity, waste reduction, training, and engagement goals are met.  This position reports to the Corrugator Superintendent.
 
Additionally, the Corrugator Supervisor is responsible for executing the corrugator business plan to meet departmental objectives to include but not limited to the following areas: safety training; accident investigation, managing work schedules, coordinating corrugator maintenance activities, one on one counseling, coaching and training employees, developing corrective actions to proactively address problems, wet end and dry end waste reduction,  technical problem solving, speed enhancement, starch system management, and roll room management.
 
Education:
·         Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
 
Requirements:
·         Proven leadership experience in manufacturing or related field required
·         Experience as Corrugator Supervisor highly preferred
·         Experience with United Singlefacer/Fosber Slitter/Marquip Downstacker is highly preferred
·         Experience leading and managing in a lean manufacturing environment
·         Candidate must possess a consistent track record for exceeding business results and demonstrate a competence to work:
o   With minimum supervision
o   Effectively with all levels in workforce
o   As part of an effective team in support of continuous improvement activities
o   On various shifts
 
Competencies include:
·         Action oriented                                    Drive for results                                  
·         Customer focused                                           Developing direct reports
·         Integrity and trust                                Managerial courage
·         Organizational skills                            Business acumen
·         Communication
 
International Paper offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, disability, life and accident insurance, vacation as well as a 401(k) plan and retirement savings account.   This is a great opportunity to start a career with a dynamic and proven manufacturer in the packaging industry.
 
Qualified candidates should express interest by applying online at internationalpaper.com.
 
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Job ID:  22621
  Responsibilities
  Provides Support for NAVSEA Acquisition Program Office supporting shipbuilding program in acquisition Integrated Logistics Support to include change management, life cycle management, and analysis of logistics policies and procedures. Duties include:

- Review HM&E ILS requirements, support data and plans to ensure consistency with ILS best practices and overarching platform requirements.

-Prepare briefs, technical requirements, plans, policies, procedures, concepts and schedules.

-Provide technical support and evaluation of proposed change requests.

- Uses quantitative analytical techniques to assess program process issues and develop risk reduction/mitigation approaches for improving program planning, control, and execution.
  Qualifications
  Bachelor's degree in related discipline plus 5 to 7 years directly related experience in technical program planning. 

In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 10 years applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by market survey data.


US Navy experience or NAVSEA experience preferred. DDG 51 experience preferred.

Strong background in Integrated Logistics Support for HM&E Systems

Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.

Knowledge of relevant tools, equipment, hardware, and software.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite programs, MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Secret Clearance is required.
  Diversity Statement
  Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.  Alion will provide a reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans who need assistance to apply.  Please visit the Alion Careers site for more information
U.S. Citizenship Required.
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Job Description

Please apply online or send their resumes to the POC.  Instructions on how to apply online are as follows:
To review the position descriptions see below:
To register online for this position, please go to www.alionscience.com/careers
Look to the left of the screen for a blue box that says “apply here”
In the Job Id field enter (number from posting), then click search,
Once the title populates click on the title and follow the steps
 
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Cowan & Associates, Inc. supports a Headquarters-level Navy organization -- Chief of Naval Operations Military Plans & Policy (OPNAV N13) with a full range of activities to, as described below.  OPNAV N13 provides integrated policy defining and shaping the Navy workforce to enable mission execution for the Navy enterprises, and provides strategic directions, plans, policy and oversight.  N13 recommends and initiates force management policy to maintain enlisted and officer strength within Congressional and budgetary constraints thru Future Year Defense Plan (FYDP).  N13 leads a diverse Total Force team in the development of the Navy's Enlisted retention, accession, advancement, compensation and force shaping plans and policies for a population of 270k enlisted personnel.
 
Job Description
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Technical Project Management
DTRA J9
Lorton VA
 
 
Must have Secret Clearance.
 
Seeking a Technical Project Manager to provide Assistance and Advisory Support (A&AS) to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Department to work in the Diagnostic, Detection and Disease Surveillance Division (J9 CBA). The PM will provide both scientific and project management support to the client for developing chemical and biological detection and sensing technologies. 
 
Responsibilities will include; providing project management and acquisition support, assist with planning and analytical support, and draft presentations and informational papers for senior DTRA staff on the status of current and future projects and initiatives. Assist with monitoring and execution of projects, to include review of project statements of work (SOW), cost proposals, monthly reports, quad charts and financial reports.  Assist with management of extramural research programs which include contracts with industry and government performers. Provide support in executing technology transfers for programs including involvement in technology quarterly reviews (TQRs) and monitoring of technology or data transition agreements. Assist with developing, planning and facilitating new and current performers in both CONUS and OCONUS regions. Assist with special projects, key meetings, and tasks as required to support Science & Technology Managers (STMs). Must be customer-oriented and be able to communicate goals and objectives to senior members of the government. Perform other duties as required.
 
 
 
Qualifications:
 
·        Experience with government portfolio program management.
·        Ability to learn quickly and adapt to an ever-changing task assignments.
·        Experience with government acquisition and government funding finance packages is preferred.
·        Knowledge of chemical and biological defense sensing is encouraged.
·        Ability to prepare formal documents and briefings of a technical and programmatic nature.
·        Experience working with intra/inter agency agreements, financial tracking, acquisition policies, and possessing the ability to prepare analysis and monitor program and performers of R&D programs is preferred.
 
Education/Experience: 
Bachelor of Science and three years professional work experience.
 
 
 
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Systems Engineering
OPETS Engineering and Technical Team
Stafford VA
Must have Active Secret Clearance.
 
 
An immediate opening for a Systems Engineer with experience with acquisition documentation.
The Systems Engineer must be familiar with key system engineering activities such as Risk Analysis, Configuration Management, Requirements Traceability Matrices and Systems Engineering Plans in addition to any of the major Technical Reviews for a program such as, but not limited to, PDR/CDR/SVR.
 
·          lead or assist the lead engineer in executing program level IPTs for systems engineering, risk management, and configuration management.
·          participate and provide input to program functional IPTs, IPRs, milestone decisions, and required program updates.
·          assist in identifying, assessing, developing, and mitigating program risk.
·          translate program requirements into language for a PSpec, SOW, and associated CDRLs for material solution solicitation and update them as necessary.
·          develop and author systems engineering documentation (e.g., SEP, CMP, etc.) in support of the program.
·          provide systems engineering input into program documentation (e.g., LCCE, LCMP, TEMP, TES, etc.).
·         respond to systems engineering inquiries and taskers assigned by the PM.
 
Education and Experience Required
·          Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with at least seven (7) years of general experience - AND - five (5) years of related (Systems Engineer) experience.  
·          Level III certified in Engineering from Defense Acquisition University a plus
 
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Senior BFM (Budget and Financial Manager) for part time work. Must have Navy Ship Construction financial experience (e.g. SCN accounts). Likely 25-50% of full time employment. 15 years experience desired. Perfect for semi-retired individual. Fast paced cutting edge office requires support in DC. Secret clearance desired but not required.
Job Type: Part-time
Job Location:
·        Washington, DC
Required education:
·        Bachelor's
Required experience:
·        Navy Ship Construction financial experience (e.g. SCN accounts): 10 years
 
 
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Secret cleared, with locations in  Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Horn of Africa.
Job Descriptions:
BETTS- Operator

BETTS-Trainer and Instructor

 
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Fairwater Associates is looking for candidates with the procurement and strategic sourcing experience outlined below; individuals with the required skills should complete a profile at http://fairwaterllc.com/Work_With_Us.html.
 
location:  Hampton Roads
role:  strategic sourcing and procurement
 
Duties:
            ?          Develop supply chain strategy through analysis of material demand and usage?
            ?          manage suppliers and orders to support operations
            ?          Act as change agent, to recommend and lead the implementation of such methodologies within the organization as necessary.?
            ?          supplier selection based on quote evaluations
            ?          manage supply chain cycle through material scheduling, record-keeping and reporting
            ?          manage the purchasing system and interfacing programs.
            ?          establish criteria to track vendor performance
            ?          reduce costs?
 
Qualifications: 
            ?          college degree in related field
            ?          4 years related experience
            ?          supply chain software expertise
            ?          APICS certification is preferred
 
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Oakland is seeking an IDIQ Program Manager who possesses Business Development, Capture,
and PM experience. The position is a full-time W-2 long term opportunity with focus on the
upcoming Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) JETS IDIQ. Geographically, focus will be on DLA HQ in
Ft. Belvoir VA plus key DLA operating sites including: Richmond VA, Columbus OH, Philadelphia
PA, New Cumberland PA, Ogden, UT, Honolulu, HI, and potentially Kaiserslautern, Germany.
 
The IDIQ scope covers the full range of IT support over 21 task areas.
The ideal candidate must have the following qualifications:
1. DoD, preferably DLA, program management or Task Order management experience
2. Performing Capture on DoD, preferably DLA, RFPs and IDIQ Task Orders
3. Demonstrated business development and relationship development experience
4. Experience responding to and managing IDIQ task orders with multiple subs
5. Familiar with DoD logistics and Information Technology
6. Familiarity with existing DLA programs a plus
7. Familiarity with ERP (SAP primarily) technology and solutions desired
8. Relationships in DLA J6 (IT) desired
Job Description
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ALTA IT SERVICES seeks a Program Support Analyst to support our US Army client in Alexandria, VA.  Must be a ‘go-getter’ who can take ownership of a task and deliver.  Strong MS Office Suite required.  Secret clearance required.  Temp to Perm.  Salary to $80K. 
 
Transitioning
The Program Manager, Services Development will serve as the subject matter expert in the contract management support business line.  This position will be responsible for coordination of all functions related to this business line. It will also provide leadership, strategy, management and coordination of the on-going development, implementation, support and maintenance of the contract management   support program goals and corporate objectives.  
Job Description
 
Transitioning
Synchron is seeking a Senior Logistics Analyst / Advisor to support Team Submarine.  Successful execution of duties will require coordination and support to customer program office with regards to Prime Design / Construction Contractors, Equipment providers, and Navy Warfare Centers developing and reviewing products.   Candidate will be responsible for coordinating, developing, and support managing all ILS Product deliveries for the Program including LCSP’s, Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Planning, Infrastructure Support Plans, ILA accomplishments, Acquisition Logistics Milestone accomplishment, Transition support plans for new equipment, Congressional responses, FMP, ILA’s, NTSP, CSPP’s, Crew Replacement Plans, Training course delivery, Shore Based Trainer and all products related to ILS.   Candidates shall be well versed in Submarine and Ships logistics including have a broad based experience of acquisition management, Logistics Management and Program Management.
Job Description
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We are hiring for the position of Customer Service Manager.  I have attached the job Ad and appreciate your referrals for suitable candidates.  All interested candidate should respond to CSM@Yeswriting.com.
 
P.S.  In addition to the above position we are also looking for an intern for back office support and some online research, just in case you can think of someone local to us; Annandale/Lincolnia/Alexandria.
 
Transitioning
Alion Science and Technology continues to seek qualified candidates to support our Aegis Ashore Team in Deveselu, Romania.  Please review the attached Job Announcement or go to our webpage at http://www.alionscience.com/careers and search under Job ID 21813 to apply. 
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Program Manager
DIA ESITE Contract
Vienna VA, then relocate to Bethesda MD
 
Must have TS/SCI
Contract to be awarded March 2016
 
Program Manager for this DIA ESITE contract. The Enhanced Solutions for Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) contract provides worldwide coverage of IT requirements and technical support services supporting the Government through system design, development, fielding, and sustainment of global intelligence and Command and Control (C2) assets vital to the security of the United States (US). E-SITE, a multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, supports both classified and unclassified programs on multiple networks and security domains. The services and capabilities supported by the E-SITE contract will provide responsive, flexible, adaptive, and timely solutions for participating organizations to satisfy current and future IT requirements.
 
The Program Manager shall be responsible for the successful cost, schedule, and performance of a contract supporting an Intelligence Community client.  Serve as the main point of contact for the Contracting Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), the Government Program Manager, and the Contractor’s senior management. Directly contribute to program efforts in several areas, including cost management/avoidance, schedule estimation and tracking, contract performance management, risk management, requirements analysis, and quality assurance activities. Ensure proper performance of tasks necessary to ensure the most efficient and effective execution of the contract. Will utilize expert communication skills needed to direct the skilled technical resources and report on the technical progress, issues, and problem areas, as well as write and review technical documents.
 
•   Allocate resources (staffing, facilities, and budgets) on the contract
•   Review and propose the contract schedule to the Government
•   Review and approve all earned value, Estimate To Complete, Funds and Manhour Expenditure Report, or other financial reports as appropriate
•   Review risk and risk mitigation activities and allocate budgets for the same
•   Prepare program status reviews and other formal reviews to be presented to the Government PM
•   Review and allocate management reserve within contractual limits
•   Ensure the timely recruitment and training of program staff – both direct and indirect
•   Ensure compliance with all regulatory and administrative requirements imposed by the contract in coordination with the Contractor’s contracts staff
•   Provide Contractor input to the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan reviews or Award Fee reviews, as appropriate
 
Qualifications:
Must have a PMP, DoD 8570 compliance or information assurance certification commensurate with technical objectives and services required within the task order, plus ten (10) years’ experience in managing programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity within the Federal Government is required. Five (5) years must be within the Intelligence Community. Direct experience in managing multi-task contracts and subcontracts of various types and complexity, as well as experience in leading a multi-vendor environment is required. Shall be knowledgeable of the guidelines provided by the FAR and DFAR, DoD 5000 series, and ICD 801 policies. Must have demonstrated experience in conducting requirements analysis, resource allocation, project costing, deliverable tracking, schedule and financial data monitoring, and reporting.  Must be familiar with the applicable software or hardware training and certifications commensurate with the technical objectives, services required, and IT environment specified within the task order.
 
 
POS: Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com

Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
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We are seeking a mid-level technical analyst to support an on-going contract that provides analytical and technical support the Rapid Reaction Technology Office (RRTO). RRTO’s focus is to produce risk-reducing prototypes designed to address Combatant Command (COCOM) threats and/or prototypes and demonstrations coordinated through interagency and Service partnerships.  Portfolios under the purview of this office develops technologies that anticipates adversaries’ capabilities through short-term, innovative science and engineering initiatives as well as longer term, mission- focused capabilities to address the DoD’s Countering Emerging Threats priority areas. These priorities are executed through project review boards, project resourcing and management, as well as responding to leadership and COCOM/Service project recommendations.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides strategic planning support and communications/outreach support to RRTO, supporting all divisions with outreach to industry, academia, and other government agencies, and developing strategies and plans for raising awareness about RRTO’s projects and focus areas.
Communicates and presents an integrated vision for RRTO’s Project Portfolio and Demonstration and Assessment programs, to include Biometrics/Forensics, Innovation Outreach, Strategic Multi-layered Assessment, and efforts funded through RRF, QRF, and ECTD.
Prepares budget and programmatic justifications as needed during Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) cycle, and prepares and delivers briefs, talking points, ad hoc data calls, and other documents.
Serves as the liaison and primary point of contact to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Emerging Capability & Prototyping as well as partner organizations (including OSD/Policy, OSD/Public Affairs, OSD/Legislative Affairs, and COCOM offices).
Identifies and tracks high-level emerging needs and technologies in development outside RRTO and communicates those back to the office.
Provides an entry point in support of the Director and Deputy Director for potential partners, developers, and stakeholders to RRTO.
Works closely with all RRTO Project Managers to share information, create awareness of others efforts, and identify ways to integrate work either internally or with other external programs (i.e. demonstrate RRTO-developed prototypes during RRTO Demonstrations, or transition of technology to other ASD(R&E) program).
Provides oversight and management for RRTO projects, specifically those tied to DoD Strategic Guidance, such as developmental prototyping and efforts tied to ASD(R&E) focus areas.
Provides system engineering and technical analysis of ongoing and prospective prototypes and demonstrations of emerging technologies.
Qualifications:
Demonstrated experience in strategic planning, outreach, and stakeholder engagement
Demonstrated experience with preparing PPBES documents
Hands on experience in planning and executing prototyping efforts of emerging technologies
Experience in assessing emerging technologies for warfighter capabilities
Experience in systems engineering concepts especially as they apply to technology demonstrations
6 years’ experience overall experience supporting DoD or other Federal agencies is required
At least 3 years’ experience of Pentagon/OSD, Service staff and/or Joint Staff experience is required
Active duty operational military background is highly desired
Systems acquisitions experience is desired
Educational Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in a recognized technical discipline, Masters desired.
 
 
 POC: Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
 
Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
703 -548-7156
Transitioning
Budget/Financial Analyst
Bio-surveillance Program
Washington, D.C.
 
Must have active Secret clearance and DHS Suitability
 
Avanti is searching for a Budget/Financial Analyst for DHS project in Washington DC. DHS programming and budgeting process experience is preferred. The budget Analyst provides program planning and budgeting, manages financial and program processes, and communicates requirements to both technical and executive audiences for a Federally managed and operated bio-surveillance and warning program. The Junior Analyst will apply specific professional-level functional knowledge to solve problems requiring the identification and analysis of moderately complex variables.  The analyst takes action to solve problems/issues that routinely arise in areas of assigned responsibility, but may receive guidance or expertise from higher-level staff on more complex problems.
 
The ideal candidate will possess strong communications skills, the ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment, and the ability to work with senior scientific, engineering, and management personnel.  Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Suite applications is essential.  Knowledge and experience in chemical, biological, or radiological defense programs desired, but not mandatory.
 
•         Active Secret-level security clearance
•         Previous U.S. government budgeting and financial management experience, preferably in DHS or DoD, 3 to 5 years’ experience
•         Held DHS suitability
•         Experience with PRISM and FFMS applications
•         Experience working in a scientific/technical environment
•         Good verbal and written communication skills
 
Responsibilities include:
 
•         Prepare and maintain records and reports, e.g., OMB-300, and Next-Generation Periodic Reporting System (nPRS)
•         Assist both the program manager and business manager in ensuring that the operating plan and budgetary objectives are being met
•         Coordinate with DHS Office of Health Affairs (OHA) finance office and Office of Procurement Operations (OPO)
•         Prepare and review program data for both internal as well as external audits
•         Identify overall (adhoc) financial issues and provide solutions to them
•         Monitor and analyze program funding
•         Work collaboratively with government and contractor technical staff to synchronize project-level technical and financial management, including:
o          Developing independent government cost estimates;
o          Reviewing and evaluating cost proposals;
o          Planning and monitoring project obligations, expenditures, and burn rate projections, estimate to/at completion, etc.;
o          Preparing and/or reviewing Statements of Work;
o          Preparing and coordinating Purchase Requests (PRs) using PRISM and the Federal Financial Management System (FFMS);
o          Tracking status of performers’ monthly status reports;
o          Supporting monthly Program Management Reviews;
 
Educational Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance or related field.
 
 
Point of Contact
 
Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com
703 -548-7156
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Cowan and Associates has IMMEDIATE HIRING REQUIREMENT for the following expertise:
 
DDCIO (Navy) Prof II – IT Procurement Analyst for OPNAV N2N6 - PD attached
 
1. Education: Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study. 
 
2. Requirements: 
- 5 years professional experience 
- Experience with supporting IT procurement processes and developing executive level briefs and memos. 
- Proficiency with Microsoft products including Project, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel 
- Ability to work independently and manage one's own work efficiently 
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
 
3. Personnel Security Requirements: U.S. Citizen and required to have a current Secret clearance. 
 
4. Place of Performance: On-site at Pentagon in Washington, DC. 
 
5. Travel and Other Direct Costs (ODC):  Analyst may be required to travel within CONUS.  Travel shall be consistent with the amounts and limitations specified in the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR).  All travel must be approved by the government before any costs are incurred.
Transitioning
Note: this is a great opportunity for a transitioning DC area Supply Corps 04 or 05 to put their background and experience in acquisition and logistics to good use.  The security engineering environment is very collegial and the organization highly appreciates the contributions made by contractor personnel.   Feel free to contact me at 703-380-0749 with questions or send a resume to bill.schworer@gmail.com   

Background
The position supports the Department of State, Security Technology Operations Division, Quality Assurance & Liaison Branch located in Arlington, VA.    The job encompasses advisory and analytical services, working on site with security technology leadership and staff on project management, acquisition, analytics, and business process improvement initiatives.  Essential to this position is the ability to clearly and succinctly communicate with all levels of the organization, which is comprised of technical and non-technical personnel.

Security Technology Operations provides a broad range of technical security and engineering services to ensure a safe and secure environment at the Department of State's over 150 CONUS and 270 OCONUS facilities. This includes managing an extensive supply chain process, technical contracts, and support services domestically and overseas. The position requires the ability to obtain a top secret clearance, and may require up to 5% yearly travel.  Standard 40 hour work week.

Specific duties include:
•       Advise and support government managers responsible for project management and acquisition activities
•       Support various security technology acquisition and project management working groups
•       Analysis of key operational factors (time, cost, resources, scope, & quality) to facilitate effective evaluation and management of contracted activities, security technology programs, and workflow processes
•       Provide oral and written advice to government clients on specific issues
•       Recommend and assist in developing policies and procedures
•       Propose and develop new metrics, benchmarks, and process improvement initiatives
•       Provide long range planning to foster innovative, functional improvements
•       Respond to ad hoc analysis requests
•       Represent security technology at government and industry events
 
 
Requirements
Education:
Undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Mathematics/Statistics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Management, or a related field.
Professional Experience:
Minimum 10 years increasing responsibility in the activity areas of project management, acquisition, business process improvement, and analytical services.
Professional Competencies and Skills Required:
•       Proficient written/verbal communications skills, ability to work independently and maintain professional relationships with a wide variety of government and contractor staff
•       Experience as a project manager or deputy project manager of successful medium to complex activities
•       Working knowledge of:
  • Federal acquisition and contracting processes
  • Industrial statistical process control methodology and techniques
  • Business process reengineering and business analysis principles
•       Fluency in the standard Microsoft Office suite and familiarity with MS Project

Desired skills and qualifications:
•       Graduate degree in a field relevant to the position
•       Government or industry certifications in project management, contracting/contract management, business analysis, data analysis, or six sigma
•       Significant understanding of the federal environment and methods gained through substantive experience working in civil service, foreign service, the military, or as a federal government support contractor

W. J. (Bill) Schworer, PMP
Senior Systems & Performance Analyst
Miracle Systems/Contractor Support to DS/STO/QAL
SA-15/Room 1150/Office 30
SchworerWJ@state.gov
703-875-5667 desk
703-380-0749 mobile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/schworer
 
 
Transitioning
 30 Hours a Week, Flexible Schedule
 
Avanti Placements is searching for a part time Contracts Administration intern for a top-notch defense contracting company located in Alexandria VA.  This position will expose the successful candidate to a wide variety of basic duties in government and commercial contracts, subcontracts, program control and pricing.  The successful candidate will work 30 hours per week, on a flexible schedule.  Excellent hourly rate for a paid internship.
 
Job Responsibilities:
May include, but not limited to assisting Contracts Administrators in the administration of prime contracts, subcontracts, consulting agreements, task orders, teaming and non-disclosure agreements by:
 
•         Data entry and management of an online contracts database
•         Employing templates to draft agreements
•         Employing Excel templates; entering data; manipulating data
•         Producing and manipulating original Excel spreadsheets
•         Providing research, collecting data, in support of pricing and proposals efforts
 
Skills and Qualifications:
 
•         Proficiency in the standard set of MS Office programs with advanced experience in  Excel
•         Familiarity with databases and ability to enter data with high degree of accuracy
•         Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions
 
 
Education Requirement:
 
Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or other related fields
 
Experience Requirement:
 
•         Minimum of 3 months working in an office environment
•         Previous Internship Experience a Plus
 
Please send resume to: Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
 
Thanks!
 
 
Debbie Ceccoli-Dyke
Avanti Placements
Debbie@AvantiPlacements.com
www.AvantiPlacements.com