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Special Security Officer (SSO) Support

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

3 x FTE in Coronado, CA;
3 x FTEs in Virginia Beach, VA

CA, VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel positions.

  • Support the command SSO or SSR by processing personnel background investigations for special security clearance actions.
  • Formulating and ensuring compliance with automated information systems security procedures.
  • Suggesting, implementing and monitoring compliance with special security policies and procedures.
  • Conducting and coordinating the training for special security representative.
  • Performing as liaison with Government and Industrial Security officials.
  • Overseeing collateral and higher access and badge procedures.
  • Process visit request via JPAS, fax, and message traffic.

Qualifications/Prerequisites:

  • Minimum of six years physical, personnel and special security experience with DoD or equivalent Government agencies required with operational level experience preferred.
  • Position requires experience in compartmented programs in DoD U.S. Intelligence Community or supporting U.S. Contractors.
  • Experience in security training or security inspections is highly desirable.

Geospatial Analytic Trainer

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

2 x FTE in Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel positions.

  • The Analytic Trainer is to train personnel to conduct Full Motion Video (FMV) Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) from air, space, ground, and maritime Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets. The Analytic Trainer will be expected to produce extremely detailed analytical products to build Patterns of Life (PoL) and target descriptions. Additionally, the Analytic Trainer will be conducting order of battle analysis, Activity Based Intelligence (ABI), Battle Damage Assessment (BDA), and employing traditional Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) tradecraft and the Analytic Trainer will also be expected to perform traditional PED on electro-optical, infrared, radar motion and still frame imagery.
  • Additional tasks for the Analytic Trainer will be focused on Full Spectrum Geo-Spatial Intelligence (GEOINT) and Terrain/Geospatial Analysis. The Analytic Trainer will focus on Analysis and PED of GEOINT Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT) of Spectral, Radar and Infrared datasets. Production will include but will not be limited to specialized radar analysis, thermal analysis, terrain categorization, multi and hyper-spectral analysis. Geospatial analysts will primarily be focused on highly detailed terrain/geospatial analysis and production. Production will include but will not be limited to image rectification, terrain analysis and specialized map production. The Analytic Trainer will be expected to participate in the primary and secondary tasks of the contract as required.
  • Conduct training on Tactical ISR Processing System and THOR system setup, use, network connection, troubleshooting and tear down.
  • Instruct FMV PED analysis platform (Scan Eagle and Puma) and payload capabilities.
  • Provide instruction on data ingestion, transport and storage.
  • Provide instruction on all three phases of PED (Phase 1 -3) and the products required under each phase.
  • Maintain course continuity and provide regular updates to the training curriculum and tests.
  • Draft feedback on student participation and performance to NSWG-10 N2 Staff.
  • In lieu of poor student performance, analytic trainer will report it to NSWG-10 N2 Staff and provide recommendation to remediate or drop student from class.
  • Adapt course curriculum to relevant Area of Operations/Target Set for class participants.
  • Maintain regular cognizance of emerging FMV exploitation software and other new technologies relating to FMV PED and incorporate them into the course as applicable.

Qualifications/Prerequisites:

  • Operate basic computer applications such as Microsoft Office.
  • Possess strong demonstrated briefing skills.
  • Must be capable of multi-tasking in a high stress, time sensitive environment.
  • Previous experience in the SOF community is highly desirable.
  • The Analytic Trainer shall perform high level/expert imagery analysis, imagery product production, intelligence systems architecture and evaluation of procedures, processes, techniques, models and/or methodologies used to develop complex solutions to requirements.
  • The Analytic Trainer shall have operational and tactical level intelligence experience to include general experience in the fields of targeting, intelligence systems, and geospatial systems.
  • The Analytic Trainer shall have be capable of effectively directing subordinate analysts in the accomplishment of intelligence products and assessments.
  • The Analytic Trainer shall be proficient in utilizing computer applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development. Candidates must perform at a highly proficient level on core IMINT analysis and FMV exploitation with recent, hands on experience.
  • Candidates must have good interpersonal skills and be able to effectively work, individually or as a member of a team, and take the lead on select tasks as required.
  • A typical successful candidate should have the following attributes: A minimum of eight (8) years of hands-on GEOINT analytical experience within DOD or the Intelligence Community. Five (5) years of technical experience. At least two (2) years of experience within the past three years with GEOINT exploitation tools such as SOCET GXP and ArcGIS. At least two years of experience with GEOINT analysis, GEOINT production, intelligence architecture, intelligence databases, quality control, and training. Military personnel who have two years of hands-on FMV analysis experience within the SOF community automatically meet the minimum requirement.

Headquarters Ops and Intel Support, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Technical Portfolio Manager (TPM)

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

1 x FTE in Coronado, CA;
1 x FTE in Virginia Beach, VA

CA, VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

  • Provide Headquarters Operations Intelligence Support specifically the ISR TPMs will directly support NSWG-10, SEAL Reconnaissance Team ONE, SEAL Reconnaissance Team TWO, and Mission Support Center as the primary focal point for NSWG10 intelligence software and hardware testing and validation requirements to include interfacing with other NSW Tactical Intelligence Collection Cell (TICC) members and WARCOM and SOCOM Programmatic and Information Assurance personnel. Assist the Intelligence Officer by managing existing and input new equipment into TICC inventories and databases within the Accountable Property System of Record. Currently, the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) or other as defined.
  • Support and provide guidance/recommendations to command personnel/leadership for NSW Program of Record Intelligence products.
  • Provide input on equipment and software comparisons and reviews.
  • Prepare/issue/maintain NSWG10 N2 deployment equipment.
  • Facilitate/coordinate equipment for intelligence software courses of instruction.
  • Execute duties IAW COMNAVSPECWARGRUTENINST 5200.45.
  • Two (2) ISR TPMs will be assigned to NSWG-10 N2, one in Coronado, CA and one in Virginia Beach, VA. Both contractors must be TS/SCI cleared. In addition, they must be able to meet DoD Directive 8570.01 Certification Requirements. “DoD 8570 requires two certifications for compliance, an approved IA certification based on your assigned IAT level and a Computing Environment (CE) certification based on the equipment and software you work with for your primary duties.”
  • Positions will require travel within CONUS in support of NSW exercised, certification course, technical seminars, and site visit/working groups with IC, SOF components partners, and others as defined by leadership. Travel should accommodate up to once quarterly, 7-14 days each as required. These positions may require support in field conditions.
  • Duties will require personnel to be in good physical condition, and at times, the ability to lift equipment weighing as much as 40 lbs.

Intelligence Analysis Coordinators

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

1 x FTE in Coronado, CA;
1 x FTE in Virginia Beach, VA

CA, VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

Personnel are to provide centralized intelligence analysis training and operational management (All-Source Intelligence, Military Source Operations, Counterintelligence, Processing Exploitation & Dissemination, and Targeting that support Naval Special Warfare.

Tasks and Functions:

  • Support daily operation of NSWG-10 N2 equities in conjunction with SRT-1 and SRT-2’s Commander’s priorities.
  • Work closely with N2 equities within the SOF community and the Department of the Navy/Department of Defense for information exchange and effort de-confliction.
  • Oversee and maintain persistent situational awareness of ongoing NSW operations across multiple theaters.
  • Provide the Commander near real time situational awareness of the location and status of NSW and Joint Forces, platforms, assets and capabilities anywhere in the world.
  • Provide manager-level insights for N2 and N2X functions that affect NSW equities across multiple theaters.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain advanced intelligence training plans that support and align with NSWG-10 N2 and N2X operational responsibilities.
  • Provide reach-back support for forward deployed Intelligence Analysts.

Qualifications/Prerequisites:

  • Have five (more years preferred) years of experience working within the intelligence community with a working knowledge/experience of the following areas:
    • Senior-level Briefing
    • Targeting
    • Human Source Network management
    • Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) systems and intelligence exploitation
    • Collection Management
    • HOT-R Human Intelligence Online Tracking & Reporting
    • Voltron analytical software tool
  • Minimum of five years working with Special Operations
  • Familiarity with Ringtail and Automated Information Discovery Environment (AIDE)
  • TS//SCI Clearance
  • CI Polygraph

Personal Property Analyst

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

This individual would be responsible for conducting inventory management of command Personal Property assets.

  • Process receipts of incoming material, schedule and perform personal property Inventories, and manage database.
  • Assists in policy enforcement related to personal property management program. Provide guidance and support to personal property managers and custodians, assist with personal property disposition, and R-Supply.
  • Ensures correct processing and forwarding of receipt, transfer, and disposition of supporting documents.

Qualifications:

  • License to operate a forklift.
  • Minimum five years of warehousing and inventory management experience within the DoD.
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Be able to operate a Personal Computer (PC) with common/standard business software programs. Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Enter data into multiple databases accurately.
  • Possess a SECRET Security Clearance.

Diving Maintenance Technician / 3M Work Center Supervisor Qualified / SWALIS-DPAS Database Specialist / Personal Property Custodian

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

  • Process requests, maintain records, and manage the issue, turn-in, gain, and loss of capital assets, minor property, and operational consumables (OPCON) assigned to Dive Division.
  • Conducts monthly inventories, bi-annual inventories, and annual inventories of gear managed in SWALIS/DPAS by NSWG-2 N4.
  • Investigates and process paperwork for missing, lost, stolen or damaged property.
  • Assists with customer service, issue turn-in, issue documents (DD Form 1149) and receipt of diving equipment. Check and track dive equipment requests on SIPR network and assist in procuring and issuing dive equipment with SEAL Team representatives.
  • Maintains access and complete required training to manage inventories within the command Accountability Property System Record (APSR) through SWALIS and/or DPAS programs.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of three years’ inventory management experience within NSW.
  • 3M Work Center Supervisor Qualified (303).
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Be able to operate a Personal Computer (PC) with common/standard business software programs. Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Enter data into multiple databases accurately.
  • Possess a SECRET Security Clearance.

Diving Maintenance Technician / 3M Work Center Supervisor / Maintenance Manager

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

  • Conducts preventative and corrective maintenance as mandated by OPNAV Instruction 4790 and as scheduled in 3M for all open circuit items including SCUBA tanks, regulators, air compressors, Haskel oxygen charging booster pumps and kits, diagnostic test equipment and tools, buoyancy compensators, surface swim life preservers, depth gauges, pressure gauges, underwater communications equipment, full face diving masks, diving Life Support System (DLSS) associated equipment and NAVSEA Certified Life Support Systems. Must be available to travel in CONUS to conduct maintenance and Inventories.
  • Schedules maintenance within the Preventative Maintenance System (PMS) computer program and document maintenance as it is completed.
  • Inventories repair and maintenance supplies and parts. Identify requirements for recommended procurement.
  • Conducts spot-inventories of diving equipment to include equipment utilized at remote training sites within NSW.
  • Assists with customer service, issue, and receipt of diving equipment.

Qualifications:

  • Navy Dive School Certified ((NEC 5342 (MDV1 or higher)).
  • Minimum five years’ experience as a certified 5342/MDV1 diver.
  • Qualification as a Material Maintenance Management (3M) Maintenance Man, 3M Quality Assurance Craftsman and 3M Work Center Supervisor.
  • Qualified in accordance with NAVEDTRA 43910-(Series).
  • Possess factory-trained certification for diving equipment within inventory, DLSS Re-Entry Control (REC) Supervisor, oxygen clean system worker, and MK 25 UBA maintenance technician.
  • Minimum of Three (3) years NSW experience.
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Be able to operate a Personal Computer (PC) with common/standard business software programs. Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Enter data into multiple databases accurately.
  • Possess a SECRET Security Clearance.

Assistant Armorer

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

The Assistant Armorer will assist the LOGSUPPU-2 Civilian Armorer in day-to-day Armory operations.

  • Have thorough knowledge of the principles of operation, disassembly/reassembly procedures and troubleshooting of NSW and SOCOM specific weapons, Visual Augmentation Systems (VAS) and weapon accessories from here to be referred to as Combat Weapons Systems (CWS).
  • Conducts assessments and required repairs to all CWS to include depot-level repairs to applicable systems.
  • Assists in CWS inventory, storage, receipt, issue, and movements to meet all security and safety regulations.

Qualifications:

  • Must meet Lautenberg Amendment (Gun Control Act of 1968) requirements.
  • Must be prepared to complete the Naval Special Warfare Enhanced Organizational Level Armorer Course upon soonest available opening.
  • Must be able to lift items up to 75 lbs.
  • Must have at least three years’ experience repairing small arms.
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Be able to operate a Personal Computer (PC) with common/standard business software programs. Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Enter data into multiple databases accurately.
  • Possess a SECRET Security Clearance.

Weapons Program Manager

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

Virginia Beach

VA

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Job Description: Full time and Key Personnel position.

The Weapons Program Manager will assist the LOGSUPPU-2 Weapons Officer and Weapons LCPO in the day-to-day operation of the weapons department to include; Armory, Ordnance and VAS divisions.

  • Provides support and assistance to the AD&C (Ammunition Distribution and Control) Manager with ammunition accountability.
  • Provides support and assistance to the armory DPAS Data Base Manager (DBM) on accountability of weapons, VAS, VAS accessories and weapons accessories.
  • Coordinates the timely reporting the receipt, issue and return to stock of armory and ordnance assets through automated and manual means.
  • Assists in ensuring that supported units submit monthly weapons inventory reports to the DPAS DBM.
  • Receives, reviews and monitors incoming requisitions and takes appropriate action to ensure completion.
  • Coordinates required actions that ensures delivery dates and priorities for shipments of weapons and VAS meet operational requirements.
  • Responsible for producing accurate and accountable monthly weapons and ordnance physical inventories.
  • Assembles, schedules additional inventories to satisfy special request or other stock management purposes.
  • Ensures the NSWG-2 enterprise conducts reconciliation and physical verification of assets IAW governing directives.
  • Collects and compiles Inventory Missing, Lost, Stolen and Recovered reports and Financial Liability and Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL/DD200).
  • Performs analytical research to resolve the reporting of in-transit discrepancies.
  • Assumes the role as the departmental DTS reviewing official (RO).
  • Maintains documentation files IAW regulations to advise the Weapons Officer ways to improve the efficiency and economy of distribution and storage operations.
  • Assists inventory teams to meet activity inventory goals.
  • Originates and responds to correspondence to appropriate activities and maintains communication with SEAL Teams and other NSWG-2 customers.
  • Provides a weekly report of all on hand and readily available shipping transportation containers.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

  • Must meet Lautenberg Amendment (Gun Control Act of 1968) requirements.
  • Minimum of three years of LOGSU Weapons Department Head and asset management experience.
  • Minimum of three years Ammo Admin experience.
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Be able to operate a Personal Computer (PC) with common/standard business software programs. Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with others, both verbally and in writing.
  • Enter data into multiple databases accurately.
  • Possess a SECRET Security Clearance.

SOF Core Support Services IDIQ - Program Manager (PM)

Posted: Jul 19, 2019

Tampa

FL

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Job Description: The PM is responsible for overall execution of the SOCOM SOF Core Support Services IDIQ contract. This position is identified as Key Personnel.

Education: Master’s degree in any Business related field – OR – any bachelor’s degree and an additional 5 years’ (total of 15 years’) experience in USSOCOM assigned organizations, as military, Government civilian, or DoD contractor**

Experience: 10 years’ total experience in USSOCOM assigned organizations, as military, Government civilian, or contractor**

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) or DAWIA Level III PM certification – OR – an additional 5 years’ (total of 10 years’) Program Management experience on a DoD Contract
  • 5 years’ Program Management experience on a DoD Contract, ending not longer than 12 months prior to proposal submission. (August 2019)

Responsibilities:

  • Manage contractor employees and the performance associated with all task orders.
  • Manage the necessary training to stay current with appropriate DoD and USSOCOM policy and guidance.
  • Provide subcontract management necessary to integrate work performed on these requirements and shall be responsible and accountable for subcontractor performance.
  • Help manage work distribution to ensure there are no OCI conflicts.
  • Plan, control, monitor, and report cost, schedule, and performance metrics.
  • Develop and submit all required information and deliverables in accordance with individual task order requirements and timelines.
  • Document and notify the government of actual or potential contractor program management problems and/or performance deficiencies.
  • Help perform corrective actions for all identified contractor program management problems and/or deficiencies within timeframes specified by the KO/COR.
  • Help provide the technical approach and expertise, organizational resources, and management controls necessary to meet the cost, schedule, and performance requirements specified in SOW and in any resultant task orders awarded during the of performance of this contract.

Clearance Level: Active Top Secret

Job Location: Negotiable, with Tampa area preferable; Virginia Beach and Washington, DC are other workable options.

** USSOCOM assigned organizations include: the SOCOM HQs at MacDill AFB; JSOC HQs and its assigned units/SMUs; USASOC HQs and its assigned units; NAVSPECWARCOM and its assigned units; AFSOC HQs and its assigned units; MARSOC HQs and its assigned units; and the TSOCs (SOCAFRICA, SOCCENT, SOCEUR, SOCPAC, SOCSOUTH, SOCKOR, SOCNORTH)

Maritime Maintenance and Logistics Advisor (MMLA)

Posted: Apr 29, 2019

Lomé

Togo

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The MMLA Advisor shall provide maintenance and logistics support services to help institutionalize maintenance policies and procedures, as well as provide small boat operations and maintenance training to primarily assist the Togolese Navy to maintain its U.S. provided small boats. Present boat inventory includes:

  • Two 27-ft Defender craft built by Safe Boats in 2009
  • One 29-ft Metal Shark Defiant built by Gravois Aluminum in 2013
  • One 38-ft Defender craft built by Safe Boats in 2018

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Embed and support the Togolese Navy’s efforts, in coordination with the Office of Security Cooperation (OSC), to develop and implement a maintenance plan, focused primarily on the defender boats and any associated trailers within 90 days of award.
  • Repair Defender boats by instituting a repeatable inspection program to document parts and materials required to bring the boats to full operational capability. Procure necessary supplies, tools and materials to support daily operations. Create a supply inventory list and proper storage procedures.
  • Conduct Quarterly Gap Analysis
  • Develop a Work Plan to address the first two tasks above
  • Provide Small Boat Operations Training containing both seamanship and maintenance aspects

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

Ten (10) years’ hands-on experience in operations and maintenance of Defender and Shark Boat watercraft required.

Ten (10) years’ experience repairing and maintaining inboard and/or outboard engines required.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and/or delivering training modules required.

Two (2) years working in Sub-Saharan Africa or a post-conflict region required.

Speaks and writes French at an intermediated level (2-2).

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Crime Scene Management Mentor

Posted: Apr 29, 2019

Based in Morogoro

Tanzania and traveling throughout

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide support to institutionalize and professionalize Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority’s (TAWA) crime scene management, processing and evidence handling capabilities. To increase admissibility of evidence and gain successful prosecutions against wildlife crimes.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • The CSMM shall assess the current capabilities and limitations of TAWA’s capacity to process and document crime scenes for successful prosecution. Based on the assessment, the CSMM will work with TAWA to develop procedures and training to improve the organizational capabilities to conduct crime scene investigation and ensure admissibility of evidence. The CSMM shall develop and provide hands-on crime scene management training, consistent with filling critical gaps identified in the assessment.
  • Conduct a quarterly gap analysis to help improve key performance indicators and refine training requirements.
  • Order and purchase training aids and crime scene management equipment.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

Ten (10) years’ experience and technical competence in processing crime scenes, including wildlife trafficking.

Experience developing and/or delivering training modules required.

Experience working in Tanzania, Sub-Saharan Africa or developing countries.

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Disarmament, Demobilization, Repatriation, and Reintegration (DDRR) Advisor

Posted: Apr 29, 2019

Bangui

Central African Republic

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide subject matter expertise and to advise the Government of the Central African Republic (CAR) on implementing, overseeing, and coordinating its national DDRR program, known by the French acronym PNDDRR.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Assist and advise the Government of CAR to increase its capacity to implement, oversee, and coordinate disarmament, demobilization, repatriation, and reintegration (DDRR).
  • Implementation focuses on the national DDRR program (known by French acronym PNDDRR) by assisting and advising on the planning of DDRR operations throughout CAR, and by building the capacity of CAR government officials in the Executive Unit for DDRR.
  • Jointly map current DDRR activities in CAR with the Executive Unit for DDRR
  • Conduct liaison and coordination to assist in reintegration and prevents recidivism.
  • Attend and report on meetings and other discussions.
  • Conduct monitoring of DDRR operations, in partnership with host nation officials.
  • Assess DDRR capability gaps and make recommendations for possible future training and/or assistance programs in DDRR.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

Minimum of three (3) years’ experience working partner militaries, armed groups or governments in Africa or other post conflict countries (Africa preferred).

At least ten (10) years’ experience working DDRR processes or related projects.

Two (2) years’ experience training or advising foreign militaries or governments.

Fluent French and English speaker, English and French fluency shall be to DLPT 3/3/3 or equivalent.

Demonstrated prior professional experience requiring excellent communications skills, both verbal and written

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

BASF Operational Advisor

Posted: Apr 26, 2019

Bamako

Mali

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide maintenance advisory services to the Battalion Automne Forces Speciales (BASF), Malian Armed Forces.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout an initial capability assessment of the BAFS operations, training, logistics, maintenance and supply within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the capability assessment and gap analysis.
  • Plan, design, develop curriculum and conduct training courses monthly.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to develop standard operating procedures.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military in conduct of daily requirements as well as monitoring and tracking all equipment and materials.
  • Provide advisory support to BAFS Command Staff to include ongoing monitoring of all training and assistance being provided.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

French competency of DLPT 2/2 or above is desirable.

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

BASF Maintenance Advisor

Posted: Apr 26, 2019

Bamako

Mali

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide maintenance advisory services to the Battalion Automne Forces Speciales (BASF), Malian Armed Forces.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout an initial capability assessment of the BAFS operations, training, logistics, maintenance and supply within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the capability assessment and gap analysis.
  • Plan, design, develop curriculum and conduct training courses monthly.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to develop standard operating procedures.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military in conduct of daily requirements as well as monitoring and tracking all equipment and materials.
  • Provide advisory support to BAFS Command Staff to include ongoing monitoring of all training and assistance being provided.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

French competency of DLPT 2/2 or above is desirable.

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Cessna Technical Advisor (C-208B Grand Caravan)

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

(one in each country)

Cameroon, Chad, Niger

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Technical Advisors will train selected aviation personnel in the African Partner Nations (PN) of Cameroon, Chad and Niger on Cessna C-208B aircraft and respective mission equipment, such as Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) and/or Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC), so that PN aviation personnel are self-sufficient in the operations and maintenance tasks for Cessna C-208B aircraft. Anticipate 48 hours work weeks and contract duration of up to 5 years.

In more detail, the following specific duties/responsibilities relating to these positions are required:

  • Technical Advice - Provide extensive technical and logistic support, and perform follow-on training, to partner nation aircraft maintenance personnel and ISR operations & maintenance personnel.
  • Technical Publications - When needed, provide a Technical Data Package (TDP) to perform all maintenance and training activities for the C-208B program.
  • Configuration Management - As needed, implement (if not already implemented) and maintain a Configuration Management (CM) system consistent with best commercial practices. All changes to the Product Baseline, as defined in the OEM Product Specification, shall be approved by the U.S. government prior to implementation by the contractor.
  • Supply Chain Management - Establish, manage, and maintain the necessary inventory of aircraft spare parts, at each performance location, in accordance with approved procedures, to support flight operations and maintenance training support. The contractor shall ensure all spare parts are new, refurbished, or overhauled parts with a zero (0) time between overhaul (TBO). Used parts are prohibited.
  • Supply Operations - Ensure all parts to be utilized on the C-208B are FAA-certified. GSE does not need to be FAA-certified but must comply with commercial practices. Parts that have been specifically excluded from FAA certification by the USG must conform to U.S. government approved specifications/drawings. Ensure that aircraft parts are not counterfeit or used.
  • Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation (PHS&T) - Utilize best commercial practices for PHS&T of C-208B spare & repair parts, GSE, and materials.
  • Repair/Replace/Overhaul Configuration Control - Maintain Title 14 CFR Part 23 type certification control of the C-208B aircraft parts (14 CFR Part 33 for engines).
  • Safety - Adhere to standard safety practices, as well as local base safety procedures, FAA safety guidelines, and the applicable Government Documents, Specifications, and Standards.
  • Training - Create, and teach, a curriculum on a comprehensive maintenance training program, designed to produce fully-qualified maintenance personnel capable of performing the full range of O-level maintenance tasks for the C-208B. The training program development and implementation shall be consistent with established FAA and best commercial practices.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen with active Secret clearance.

Three years overseas duty.

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Level 4 English Language Proficiency.

Federal Aviation Administration (or equivalent) Airframe & Power Plant Certification

Five years’ experience with PT6 engines and three years on Cessna airframes.

Holds a current Inspection Authorization (IA) certificate

Five years’ Supply Chain Logistics experience including experience with spares resupply and repair programs

Military or civilian equivalent Maintenance Instructor Qualification.

Proof of medical clearance by a doctor of physical and mental fitness to perform duties of an aircraft mechanic to include lifting 50 pounds and working in Sub-Saharan climates without climate control

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When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Technical Representative (Harris Radio)

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Ouagadougou

Burkina Faso

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Technical Representative embedded in Burkina Faso to assist in maintaining High Frequency (HF) and Very High Frequency (VHF) Harris Radio Network Configuration Management Services including the identification and maintenance of network components.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Develop technical and administrative direction for the network’s functional and physical design requirements, the management of any changes to the network and verification of interoperability.
  • Integrate current radios and existing equipment into the communication network.
  • Configure and encrypt all radios integrated into the communications network.
  • Provide network management services to operate and optimize the deployed communications network. Network management is primarily focused on performing post-deployment day-to-day activities to operate and maintain the deployed network and performing on-going activities to optimize network efficiency and performance.
  • Train selected local staff to familiarize them with the operation of the deployed communications network.

Perform the following activities to support training for the local staff:

  • Ensure all assigned Burkinabe communication personal are able to perform their HF, VHF, and Data transmission duties.
  • Provide qualified instruction in accordance with applicable training references.
  • Develop an assessment methodology that measures training effectiveness.
  • Provide an after action report that identifies impediments to training implementation and develops a mitigation strategy.
  • Plan, design and conduct Basic Operator and Maintenance refresher training.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance

At least two years of mentor/training experience on Harris VHF and HF radio systems.

At least five years of experience of all aspects of Harris VHF and HF radios, with a focus on advanced radio operator and maintainer skills.

Technical fluency in French, specifically in radio and communications terminology.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries

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Command and Control (C2) Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Niamey

Niger

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Command and Control (C2) Advisor embedded in Niger to assist the Nigerien C2 staff to develop necessary doctrine, operations procedures, and staff practices to ensure a sustainable organic command and control system, to include both the C2 Node and the deployable TOC systems.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Furnish and support Network Configuration Management Services for the Nigerien C2 staff.
  • Develop technical and administrative direction for the C2 Node functional and physical design requirements.
  • Provide advisory and mentor services to support the development of a new established Nigerien C2 Node and the deployable TOC systems.
  • Develop technical and administrative direction for the C2 Node functional and physical design requirements.
  • Provide training to familiarize Nigerien C2 staff with the operation of the C2 Node and deployable TOC systems.

Perform the following activities to support training for the Nigerien C2 staff:

  • Assist C2 Node command in developing duty and responsibility descriptions for each member of the C2 Node.
  • Ensure all Nigerien personnel assigned to the C2 Node and deployable TOC systems are able to perform their duties.
  • Develop and implement initial and refresher training to assigned personnel, in accordance with applicable training references. Where references do not exist, develop the necessary training documents and operating procedures.
  • Develop an assessment methodology that measures training effectiveness.
  • Provide required reports and assessments as outlined in SOW Section 5. Duties and Responsibilities.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military.

Two (2) years hands-on experience working as an Intelligence or Operations primary staff officer in a battalion-level or above Battle Staff/JOC/OPCEN.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

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When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Special Forces Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

N’Djamena

Chad

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Special Forces advisor will counsel and mentor Chadian Armed Forces SATG Command Staff and personnel on operations, training, logistics, maintenance and supply.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Assist the Chadian SATG Command Staff to develop staff practices and best methods to ensure a sustainable operational capabilities. Develop technical and administrative direction for the ANT Command Staff.
  • Provide advisory and mentor services to support the SATG Command Staff’s operations, training, logistics, maintenance, and supply.
  • Provide training services to familiarize personnel with improved SATG Command Staff operations and best practices. The Advisor shall perform the following activities to support training:
  • Ensure all SATG Command Staff personnel are able to perform their duties.
  • Provide qualified instruction participants in accordance with applicable training references.
  • Develop an assessment methodology that measures training effectiveness.
  • Provide an after-action report that identifies impediments to training implementation and develops a mitigation strategy.
  • Plan, design, and conduct refresher training tailored to the training effectiveness assessment.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. Citizen capable of maintaining a Secret Security clearance

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Ten (10) years’ special operations experience; as in a recognized U.S. Special Operations Forces organization as an operator.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign military forces.

Preferred French language skills (DLPT 2/2 or above).

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When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Land Forces Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

N’Djamena

Chad

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Land Force Advisor will counsel and mentor ANT Command Staff and personnel on operations, training, logistics, maintenance and supply.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Assist the Chadian ANT Command Staff to develop staff practices and best methods to ensure a sustainable operational capabilities. Develop technical and administrative direction for the ANT Command Staff.
  • Provide advisory and mentor services to support the ANT Command Staff’s operations, training, logistics, maintenance, and supply.
  • Provide training services to familiarize personnel with improved ANT Command Staff operations and best practices. The Advisor shall perform the following activities to support training:
  • Ensure all ANT Command Staff personnel are able to perform their duties.
  • Provide qualified instruction participants in accordance with applicable training references.
  • Develop an assessment methodology that measures training effectiveness.
  • Provide an after-action report that identifies impediments to training implementation and develops a mitigation strategy.
  • Plan, design, and conduct refresher training tailored to the training effectiveness assessment.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Two (2) years’ experience working at the Brigade and Battalion levels.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Preferred French language skills (DLPT 2/2 or above)

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

FADM Logistics Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Maputo

Mozambique

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide logistics support services.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout a capability assessment of the host nation’s logistics and communications architecture within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the logistical enterprise.
  • Plan, design, conduct and update logistic management courses, curriculum, and training.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to train all levels of personnel.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military perform inventory management to include receiving, inventorying, examining, deconsolidating (break-down), re-consolidating, and labeling equipment for designated equipment and materials.

Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a logistics MOS (U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, or U.S. Air Force) at the S-4, G-4, A-4, or J-4 level.

Two (2) years’ experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a logistics MOS at the Brigade staff level, or U.S. Marines/Navy/Air Force equivalent, and above.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Fluency in Arabic and/or French preferred (may be addressed through interpreters)

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When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

FADM Communications Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Maputo

Mozambique

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide radio communications support services.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout a capability assessment of the host nation’s logistics and communications architecture within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the logistical enterprise.
  • Plan, design, conduct and update logistic management courses, curriculum, and training.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to train all levels of personnel.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military perform inventory management to include receiving, inventorying, examining, deconsolidating (break-down), re-consolidating, and labeling equipment for designated equipment and materials.

Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an E7 or higher US military communications specialist with an MOS equal to U.S. Army 18E, 25, 94 or 250 series with at least four (4) years’ experience in planning, establishing and maintaining VHF and HF tactical and operational radio networks.

Two (2) years’ experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a maintenance MOS at the Brigade staff level, or U.S. Marines/Navy/Air Force equivalent, and above. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z50 Brigade Maintenance Supervisor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Fluency in Arabic and/or French preferred (may be addressed through interpreters)

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

FAD Maintenance Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Djibouti City

Djibouti

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide maintenance and operations support services.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout a capability assessment of the host nation’s logistics and communications architecture within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the logistical enterprise.
  • Plan, design, conduct and update logistic management courses, curriculum, and training.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to train all levels of personnel.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military perform inventory management to include receiving, inventorying, examining, deconsolidating (break-down), re-consolidating, and labeling equipment for designated equipment and materials.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a maintenance MOS (U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, or U.S. Air Force) at the S-4, G-4, A-4, or J-4 level. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z50 Maintenance Control Sergeant, 91Z67S Chief Maintenance Mechanical Operations NCO, or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a maintenance MOS at the Brigade staff level, or U.S. Marines/Navy/Air Force equivalent, and above. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z50 Brigade Maintenance Supervisor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Fluency in Arabic and/or French preferred (may be addressed through interpreters)

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

FAD Logistics Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Djibouti City

Djibouti

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Job Description: (Full time position)

The Advisor shall provide logistics support services.

In more detail, the following duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Able to conduct and carryout a capability assessment of the host nation’s logistics and communications architecture within 90 days of embedding.
  • Conduct quarterly gap analysis examining all aspects of capability assessment.
  • Develop a Work Plan for sustainable improvement for each aspect of the logistical enterprise.
  • Plan, design, conduct and update logistic management courses, curriculum, and training.
  • Support organic host nation military efforts to train all levels of personnel.
  • Developing programs and practices to identify developmental needs, including preparing personnel for more responsible positions and increasing effectiveness in present assignments
  • Assist host nation with writing and implementing Course of Action(s).
  • Support the host nation military perform inventory management to include receiving, inventorying, examining, deconsolidating (break-down), re-consolidating, and labeling equipment for designated equipment and materials.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. citizen capable of maintaining a Secret clearance.

Five (5) years’ experience working in Africa, post-conflict, and/or developing nations.

Two (2) years’ experience advising foreign militaries.

Five (5) years’ hands-on experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a logistics MOS (U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, or U.S. Air Force) at the S-4, G-4, A-4, or J-4 level.

Two (2) years’ experience working as an enlisted member or officer of the U.S. military in a logistics MOS at the Brigade staff level, or U.S. Marines/Navy/Air Force equivalent, and above.

Two (2) years’ experience developing and delivering training modules to foreign militaries. Experience may be demonstrated by serving as a 91Z58 Chief Instructor or equivalent.

Fluency in Arabic and/or French preferred (may be addressed through interpreters)

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

C-130 Technical Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

N’Djamena

Chad

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Technical Advisor for C-130 aircraft provides on-site services required to maintain safe, reliable aircraft for use by African Partner Nation (APN). This task order identifies services and establishes activities required for logistics, maintenance, technical order library and management, supply chain management, and maintenance training to support daily operations of C-130 aircraft.

This task order also includes the requirement for the Technical Advisor to train APN technicians in logistics, supply chain management, technical order library and management, and maintenance capabilities to maintain airworthy aircraft and out-year sustainment capabilities.

The Technical Advisor shall serve as the single point of contact for all matters pertaining to the support of the APN C-130 (Chad).

In more detail, the following are some of the duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Consult host country personnel on the maintenance of the aircraft, engine, and ISR equipment, to include CASEVAC, cargo and passenger movement, and airdrop equipment in accordance with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) technical manuals.
  • Support the management and warehousing of spares, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), and consumables. All contractor-owned equipment, spares, tools shall be maintained in separate storage spaces / facilities from those delivered to / owned by the host nation and/or U.S. government.
  • Have the authority to represent the OEM in all maintenance matters, warranty issues, and have the authority to determine whether local or OEM factory assistance is required.
  • Monitor aircraft launch, cleaning, recovery, and towing.
  • Provide on-the-job training and technical support during aircraft maintenance and ISR mission equipment operations and maintenance actions.
  • Provide guidance in keeping current all technical data of aviation platforms and installed equipment including ISR equipment and radios.
  • Provide on-the-job training, in support of operational missions, to partner nation’s personnel with both over-the-shoulder (preferred) instruction and performing of maintenance actions as a form of instruction.
  • Provide on-the-job training to partner nation personnel on the management and warehousing of spares, GSE and consumables.
  • File and retain documents and discrepancy report for the life of this task order.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. Citizen capable of maintaining a Secret Security clearance

Three years overseas duty

One year conducting training or advising of foreign militaries.

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Level 4 English Language Proficiency.

Federal Aviation Administration (or equivalent) Airframe & Power Plant Certification

Five years’ experience with C-130H engines and airframes.

Holds a current Inspection Authorization (IA) certificate

Five years’ Supply Chain Logistics experience including experience with spares resupply and repair programs

Military or civilian equivalent Maintenance Instructor Qualification.

Proof of medical clearance by a doctor of physical and mental fitness to perform duties of an aircraft mechanic to include lifting 50 pounds and working in Sub- Saharan climates without climate control

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

BT-67 Aircraft Technical Advisor

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Bamako

Mali

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Job Description: (Full time position)

Technical Advisor for BT-67 aircraft provides on-site services required to maintain safe, reliable aircraft for use by African Partner Nation (APN). This task order identifies services and establishes activities required for logistics, maintenance, technical order library and management, supply chain management, and maintenance training to support daily operations of BT-67 aircraft.

This task order also includes the requirement for the Technical Advisor to train APN technicians in logistics, supply chain management, technical order library and management, and maintenance capabilities to maintain airworthy aircraft and out-year sustainment capabilities.

The Technical Advisor shall serve as the single point of contact for all matters pertaining to the support of the APN BT-67 (Mali).

In more detail, the following are some of the duties and responsibilities are required:

  • Consult host country personnel on the maintenance of the aircraft, engine, and ISR equipment, to include CASEVAC, cargo and passenger movement, and airdrop equipment in accordance with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) technical manuals.
  • Support the management and warehousing of spares, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), and consumables. All contractor-owned equipment, spares, tools shall be maintained in separate storage spaces / facilities from those delivered to / owned by the host nation and/or U.S. government.
  • Have the authority to represent the OEM in all maintenance matters, warranty issues, and have the authority to determine whether local or OEM factory assistance is required.
  • Monitor aircraft launch, cleaning, recovery, and towing.
  • Provide on-the-job training and technical support during aircraft maintenance and ISR mission equipment operations and maintenance actions.
  • Provide guidance in keeping current all technical data of aviation platforms and installed equipment including ISR equipment and radios.
  • Provide on-the-job training, in support of operational missions, to partner nation’s personnel with both over-the-shoulder (preferred) instruction and performing of maintenance actions as a form of instruction.
  • Provide on-the-job training to partner nation personnel on the management and warehousing of spares, GSE and consumables.
  • File and retain documents and discrepancy report for the life of this task order.

Required Experience, Qualifications and Skills

U.S. Citizen capable of maintaining a Secret Security clearance

Three years overseas duty

One year conducting training or advising of foreign militaries.

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Level 4 English Language Proficiency.

Federal Aviation Administration (or equivalent) Airframe & Power Plant Certification

Five years’ experience with BT-67 engines and airframes.

Holds a current Inspection Authorization (IA) certificate

Five years’ Supply Chain Logistics experience including experience with spares resupply and repair programs

Military or civilian equivalent Maintenance Instructor Qualification.

Proof of medical clearance by a doctor of physical and mental fitness to perform duties of an aircraft mechanic to include lifting 50 pounds and working in Sub- Saharan climates without climate control

(Please note on resume place and dates where these were obtained)

When asked - Submit a maximum of three (3) writing samples, such as a report, memorandum, letter, or training material, written and signed by the candidate(s), on a subject(s) directly related to the duties and responsibilities shown above.

Logistics Engineer / Analyst

Posted: ASAP

Honolulu

HI, USA

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Job Description: Provide logistics engineering and operational support including the development of source material for the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) products on weapon systems (e.g. TLAM).

Education: A Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline, or eight (8) years of logistics / weapon systems experience, or US Naval operational experience at the E7 level or higher.

Experience: Ten (10) years professional or operational experience in developing logistics support requirements and applicable documentation for a major DOD weapon systems program that employs the use of GOTS and COTS products. This includes five (5) years of concurrent experience in logistics management concepts, policies, systems, and practices to provide extensive analysis of current and future logistics infrastructure. Ability to develop logistic support requirements, identify and establish linkage between functions and tasks common to multiple organizational missions. Professional or operational experience in developing logistics support requirements and applicable documentation. Six (6) years of concurrent experience, demonstrated for current Navy weapons systems programs in performing logistics management functions involving the development of training products, sparing allocation, and embedded help/training for a major weapon control system.

Clearance Level: Active Top Secret or TS eligible.

Job Location: Work will be performed in the Pearl Harbor area of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Foreign Weapons Systems Engineer

Posted: ASAP

Fredericksburg

VA, USA

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Job Description: Lead and support life cycle systems engineering activities in the areas of design and development for weapons systems. Candidate will support US and FMS engineering to ensure requirements, design, and capabilities are properly identified and distinguished within weapon artifacts and documents.

Education: A Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline, or ten (10) years of a demonstrated and established knowledge base and subject matter expertise relevant to specific weapons systems technical disciplines.

Experience: Ten (10) years professional systems engineering experience with a DoD major platform, weapon, Command and Control (C2), or fire control systems program, with five years concurrent experience as a team leader performing system engineering and mission engineering efforts that include developing requirements, top level designs and system architectures for software intensive systems. This includes experience related to the identification, analysis and resolution of complex systems engineering design issues involving platform, weapon, C2, and fire control systems for Navy/Joint warfighting capabilities. In addition:

  • Six (6) years of specialized demonstrated expertise in total life cycle system development for a major weapon system, supporting achievement of milestone decisions and concept of operations, and initial design development from upper level requirements for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) cases.
  • Three (3) years of experience in FMS system platform integration.

Clearance Level: Active Secret, must be TS eligible

Job Location: Work will be performed in the Fredericksburg, Virginia area.

Principal Cyber Security Engineer

Posted: Jan 23, 2019

Fredericksburg / Dahlgren

VA area

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Job Description: Provide cyber security engineering support to Navy weapons systems.

Education: BS in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline (or 10 years of experience in the field in lieu of a degree).

Experience: Minimum of 10 years of experience (20, if no degree) in engineering and securing DoD systems:

  • Certified as IAM Level I or higher
  • In depth understanding of computer security, military system specifications, and DoD Information Assurance policies
  • Strong ability to communicate clearly and succinctly in written and oral presentations
  • Experience executing all aspects of the Systems Engineering Technical Review (SETR) Process
  • In depth understanding and experience in Risk Management Framework (RMF), DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP), Platform IT (PIT), and the implementation of Cyber Security and IA boundary defense techniques and various IA-enabled appliances

Responsibilities:

  • Develop RMF and A&A artifacts
  • Develop documentation of a system from an IA perspective
  • Derive, document and identify system CONOPS
  • Perform research and document logical and physical solutions that prevent, detect and correct the system to be certified and accredited
  • Research and apply DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs)
  • Identify security requirements to bring a system into compliance
  • Plan, develop, execute and document results of security test procedures
  • Analyze and test Navy warfare systems against known vulnerabilities
  • Develop and execute an Information Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM) Plan
  • Perform risk assessments

Clearance Level: Active Secret, must be TS eligible

Job Location: Work will be performed in the Fredericksburg / Dahlgren, VA area

Journeyman Cyber Security Engineer

Posted: Jan 23, 2019

Fredericksburg / Dahlgren

VA area

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Job Description: Provide cyber security engineering support to Navy weapons systems.

Education: BS in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline (or 4 years of experience in the field in lieu of a degree).

Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience (9 if no degree) in engineering and securing DoD systems:

  • Certified as IAM Level I or highe
  • In depth understanding of computer security, military system specifications, and DoD Information Assurance policies
  • Strong ability to communicate clearly and succinctly in written and oral presentations
  • Experience executing all aspects of the Systems Engineering Technical Review (SETR) Process
  • In depth understanding and experience in Risk Management Framework (RMF), DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP), Platform IT (PIT), and the implementation of Cyber Security and IA boundary defense techniques and various IA-enabled appliances

Responsibilities:

  • Develop RMF and A&A artifacts
  • Develop documentation of a system from an IA perspective
  • Derive, document and identify system CONOPS
  • Perform research and document logical and physical solutions that prevent, detect and correct the system to be certified and accredited
  • Research and apply DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs)
  • Identify security requirements to bring a system into compliance
  • Plan, develop, execute and document results of security test procedures
  • Analyze and test Navy warfare systems against known vulnerabilities
  • Develop and execute an Information Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM) Plan
  • Perform risk assessments

Clearance Level: Active Secret, must be TS eligible

Job Location: Work will be performed in the Fredericksburg / Dahlgren, VA area