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 JobTitlelocationJobtype
0605181Contracting Officer - DoEAiken, SCContract
139424Tech Writer, Sr.Savannah Georgia Contract
139425Tech Writer, SrSavannah Georgia Contract
139427Tech Writer, SrSavannah Georgia Contract
18-028ID&C Instrumentation EngineerTullahoma, TNContract
18-046Systems Engineer IIHuntsville, ALDirect
18-047Systems Engineer IIIHuntsville, ALDirect
18051418Research Assistant/Sourcing SpecialistMarietta, GAContract
18-104Technical Writer Huntsville, AL Contract
18-124Remedy System AdministratorFort Lee, VATemp to Direct Hire
18-125Information Assurance EngineerFort Lee, VATemp to Direct Hire
18-147NetApp Storage Administrator San Antonio, TXDirect Hire
18-149Linux System Administrator Fort Lee, VAContract
18-182Data Administrator Fort Lee, VAContract
18-203NOC Service TeamFort Lee, VATemp to Direct Hire
18-226Recruiter/Office AdministratorHuntsville, ALContract
792585Cabin Stress EngineerMobile AL Contract
806916Asso. BuyerMobile AL Contract
829425Mechanical Specialist - Parts QualificationMobile, AL Contract
829429Flammability EngineerMobile, ALContract
 
Job ID:0605181
Job Title:
Contracting Officer - DoE
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Primary duties are Acquisition Program Support of the Source Evaluation Board Business process but may include other administrative applications as well.
Specifically, the scope of services required includes:
 Project Management
 Project Documentation
 Business Analysis
 Requirements Definition/Development
 Quality Assurance
 Proposal Analysis
Applicant must have must have demonstrated experience in at least one of the following subject areas:
 Environmental Management (EM) Closure Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting EM Activities (Nuclear Materials Stabilization and Disposition; Soil and Water Remediation; Solid Waste Stabilization and Disposition
 Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting SRNL Activities
 National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting NNSA Activities
 Landlord Services and Site Support Activities
o Demonstrated Experience in supporting Landlord Services and Site Support Activities
Applicant must have expertise in one of the following: 
1. Nuclear Materials Stabilization and Disposition
2. Soil and Water Remediation
3. Solid Waste Stabilization and Disposition
4. National Laboratory- DOE
 
    
 
Job ID:139424
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr.
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required. IPC experience preferred.
Other Requirements: Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance.
 
    
 
Job ID:139425
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required.
Unique Skills: EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection System) best practices, S1000D Technical Publication Specification, STE (Simplified Technical English), and PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) database Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance experience desired.
 
    
 
Job ID:139427
Job Title:
Tech Writer, Sr
Rate:
$37./hr
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required. Military pubs experience.
Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-028
Job Title:
ID&C Instrumentation Engineer
Rate:
TBD
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will evaluate, select, and apply standard engineering
methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in
making adaptations and modifications. Work tasks performed under the general
guidance of more senior engineering staff. Perform assignments, which have
clear and specific objectives and require the investigation of a limited number
of variables for Instrumentation and Data Acquisition System Engineering;
supports the use of common work processes and procedures within assigned
function across the TOS contract. Perform work, generally within
Instrumentation and Data Acquisition System Engineering, which involves the
preparation, interpretation or review of calculations, specifications, plans,
investigations, surveys, structures, systems or equipment with relatively few
complex features. Participate in one or more of the following: Interface with
internal and/or external customers to ensure understanding of system and/or
test requirements. Development of system and subsystem requirements. Instrumentation
and Data System design, development, maintenance, and/or test operations
support. System and/or test configuration design, including conceptual and
detailed sketches and layouts. Preparation of specifications and design
calculations. Preparing designs, drawings and data under the supervision of a
more experienced engineer. Preparation of engineering studies and reports. Preparation
of material quantity estimates for test and/or design projects. Uses
engineering computer aided design/computer aided engineering (CAD/CAE) tools. System
troubleshooting and return-to-service. System Verification and Validation Test
Development/Execution. Draft letters for replies to vendor correspondence. Monitor
schedule for own work. Review design documents of equipment manufacturers or
subcontractors of a low to moderate degree of complexity, and prepare comments
and recommendations. It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE
(Personal Protective Equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and
company policy. Ability to obtain security clearance is a condition of
employment. Perform other related duties as required.


 


Required: Candidate can either have a Bachelor’s degree
Electrical Engineering or a related scientific discipline from a regionally
accredited college or university (ABET accreditation) OR equivalent years of experience. Participates
in and fosters a work environment that is based upon openness, trust,
communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction. Basic
English language skill in oral and written communication.


 


Desired: Candidate is desired to have an Active Secret
Security Clearance, but not required to start. Basic technical knowledge of engineering systems, engineering
calculations, applications of engineering methods and construction methods and
materials, and application of computer aided engineering (CAE)/computer aided
design (CAD) tools to engineering problems. Passed Fundamentals of Engineering
or equivalent examination from a recognized state licensing board. Developmental
experience such as practical work experience in design engineering or other
relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, field engineering, or
plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other
engineering/construction firms. Developmental experience with transducers,
sensors, electrical circuits, signal processing, and data acquisition systems
used to measure temperature, pressure, force, flow, acceleration, vibration,
and other physical phenomena common to aerospace systems testing. Coursework or
experience in the design or application of sensors used to convert physical
phenomenon into electrical signals. Coursework or experience in signal
processing and analysis methodologies. Coursework or experience in analog and
digital filtering methodologies. Coursework or experience in application of
Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog conversion methodologies. Coursework or
experience in the integration of sensors, signal conditioning, filtering, A/D
conversion, etc. in the measurement of physical phenomenon. Coursework or
experience in the development and/or application of Instrumentation and Data
Acquisition software. Coursework or experience in the analysis of measurement
uncertainty. Coursework or experience in the calibration of instrumentation.


 
 
    
 
Job ID:18-046
Job Title:
Systems Engineer II
Rate:
87K
Primary Skills:
Description:
As a member of THAAD Ground Systems Development, the Systems
Engineer Associate will report to THAAD Grounds Systems Requirements Lead for
development, maintenance, and publication of TFCC, Launcher, and/or Support
Equipment requirement specifications. Position requires selected candidate to
quickly become a proficient independent contributor with the Ground Systems
Development DOORS database and apply systems engineering change control process
to maintain control of the GSD requirements. Selected candidate will develop
and maintain DXL scripts and Rational Publishing Engine scripts for producing documents
and reports from the DOORS database. The candidate will utilize Clear Case and
Clear Quest to implement change control of the DOORS database.



 Required:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited college in a
related discipline; 2 years of professional experience, or no experience
required with a related Masters degree. Experience with requirements development and change control
processes. Ability to define



and document solutions to complex problems and to convey
solutions to both senior



management and to software implementation teams. Experience with DOORS. Experience with DXL.
Experience with Rational Publishing Engine.
Desired:  Experience with Missile Defense Experience in
Requirements and Verification. Experience with Clear Case/Clear Quest
Experience documenting processes.
Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located in Huntsville, Alabama.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-047
Job Title:
Systems Engineer III
Rate:
101K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will become
a THAAD Ground Systems Development (GSD) Systems Engineer reporting to the TFCC
Force Operations Lead for development of Concept of Operations, functional and
algorithm design for defense planning and evaluation. Selected candidate will
also support systems engineering efforts for the THAAD Portable Planner for
BMDS integration and additional new capability development. Selected candidate
will be responsible for algorithm prototyping within the TFCC FO suite of
modeling and simulation tools; development of new analysis tools, conduct
analysis for assessment of prototype design; generation of Algorithm
Description Documentation of final design; support to software development
teams for formal software development and test activities. Selected candidate
will also support program planning, and program execution status activities,
and proposal development for new efforts.




 Required:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited college in a
related discipline; 5 years of professional experience; or 3 years experience
with a related Masters degree. Past experience with missile defense algorithm
development and analysis. Experience with modeling/simulation. Experience with
C/C++ programming. Proficient in Matlab. Strong written and verbal
communication skills. Ability to successfully interface with LM Senior
Management, Customers, and members of U.S. Army Air Defense community at large.
Candidate must be a U.S. citizen.




 Desired:  Experience in Missile Defense Concepts and
Interoperability. Engagement Operations/ Force Operations Experience. Experience
with Missile Defense. Experience in Requirements and Verification. Experience
with the DOORS Requirements Database.




 Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located in Huntsville, Alabama.




 
 
    
 
Job ID:18051418
Job Title:
Research Assistant/Sourcing Specialist
Rate:
10.00 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
We are looking for a Part-Time Research
Assistant  to assist in sourcing
candidates through internet research and various research techniques.  

The employee will work on individual research assignments
surrounding technical and market research for ongoing positions. A passion for
researching online and the ability to comprehend and relay technical
information in addition to working with large amounts of data is important. The
individual should also possess the ability to stay focused and be self-directed
in addition to the ability to be organized, detail oriented, and have a passion
for learning!

Training will be provided but the candidate must possess an aptitude towards
research and a drive and desire to learn.

Must be technical savvy, self-directed and the ability to adjust quickly to request. 


Work
schedule is flexible and can be worked out with your supervisor depending on
your schedule. Position provides successful career track for a motivated
individual.



Requirements:


Currently
pursuing their Bachelors degree will also be considered.
Strong research
skills.
Strong computer
skills are a must including a technical aptitude in navigating the
internet and search engine searches.
Ability to
communicate effectively with people and have a passion for talking to people.
Strong writing
skills including the ability to comprehend and summarize technical matters
succinctly.
Possess the
ability to work independently and multi-tasking.
Entrepreneurial
spirit and the ability to function successfully in a small business
environment.
Strong work
ethic and exceptional organizations skills and ability to multi-task and
prioritize work load.
Prior demonstrated
researching experience is required.
Working Remotely
is an option
Must be U. S.
Citizen or Perm Resident  
 
    
 
Job ID:18-104
Job Title:
Technical Writer
Rate:
40.00
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will provide technical
writing support and administrative support. Other duties include note taking,
presentation generation support, etc.   


Required:
Candidate must be able to start immediately. Candidate must have 1 or more
years of experience in technical writing. 
Candidate must be a US Citizen.


Candidate must possess
an Active Secret Security Clearance or higher clearance level.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-124
Job Title:
Remedy System Administrator
Rate:
95K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Coordinates the installation and maintenance
of security patches, third party vendor software and hardware, maintenance and
support, disk space management, backups and file restoration. Maintains
availability of assigned services. Analyzes system problems and recommend
solutions. Participates in the resolution of DeCA’s Enterprise Service Desk
(DESD) issues by consulting with relevant subject matter experts. Coordinates
and performs the restoration of files and troubleshooting of problems by
interacting with information technology staff/vendors. Coordinates, documents,
reports and implements Information Assurance and security efforts. Devises or
modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment
capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Prepares
detailed specifications for programs. Assists in the design, development,
testing, implementation, and documentation of new software and enhancements of
existing applications. Designs, codes, tests, debug, and document those
programs. Provides overall operating system support, such as sophisticated file
maintenance routines, large telecommunications networks, computer accounting,
and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages. Develops and deploys
system architectures for applications, security, Backup, Archival and Restoral
(BAR), and workload management. Manages accounts and access to systems and
equipment. Manages systems resources including performance, capacity,
availability, serviceability, and recoverability. Implements security
procedures and tools. Develops and document systems administration standard
operating procedures. Resolves hardware/software interface and interoperability
problems. Maintains systems configuration. Manages the installation and
integration of systems fixes, updates, and enhancements. Updates disaster
recovery documentation. Monitors and analyze audit logs, report any
irregularities. Maintains structure of rights for accounts and groups. Performs
system back-up functions on a daily, weekly and monthly basis as required.
Maintains the functionality of Microsoft Windows and SUN Solaris / IBM AIX UNIX
servers. Implements updates on server hardware and software. Troubleshoots and
fixes hardware or software problems. Deploys IAVAs, patches, and updates and
configuration changes to Operating System, web servers, applications servers,
and approved application software, then remediates any issues with assets to
ensure the updates have been consummated in the DCOE and datacenter. Creates,
implements and maintains the Group Policy Objects settings in support of the
Windows infrastructure and all Windows components required to maintain the
DCOE, to include Windows Organizational Unit settings ensuring compliancy with
STIGs and DoD/Agency directives. Maintains and supports any and all key
management servers for software licensing keys for Windows applications
operating in the DCOE. Creates, designs, maintains, and updates the Windows
Active Directory structures and elements to ensure an efficient operation of
the Windows environment. Maintains and supports the DCOE Mobile computing
environment ensuring the Agency meets all DoD requirements. Develops Windows packaging
and scripting software for installation, including the design, creation,
testing, troubleshooting and verification of the solutions as well as silent
deployment process with zero touch/unattended installations. Works all tickets
that are assigned based on priority and age of ticket.


Required: Candidates must have
a Sec+ cert and one of the following:


BMC Accredited Developer: BMC Remedy IT Service Management
BMC Accredited Administrator: BMC Discovery 11
BMC Accredited Administrator: BMC Remedy AR System
BMC Accredited Developer: BMC Remedy AR System
BMC Accredited Administrator: BMC Atrium CMDB 9.1










OR candidates must have Sec + and ALL 3 of the
following classes:


BMC Remedy AR System 9.1: Basic Development
BMC Remedy IT Service Management 9.0: Administrator Concepts
BMC Remedy IT Service Management 9.1: Development (5.5 LPC)






 
 
    
 
Job ID:18-125
Job Title:
Information Assurance Engineer
Rate:
70K
Primary Skills:
Description:
Coordinates the installation and maintenance
of security patches, third party vendor software and hardware, maintenance and
support, disk space management, backups and file restoration. Maintains
availability of assigned services. Analyzes system problems and recommend
solutions. Participates in the resolution of DeCA’s Enterprise Service Desk
(DESD) issues by consulting with relevant subject matter experts. Coordinates
and performs the restoration of files and troubleshooting of problems by
interacting with information technology staff/vendors. Coordinates, documents,
reports and implements Information Assurance and security efforts. Devises or
modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment
capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Prepares
detailed specifications for programs. Assists in the design, development,
testing, implementation, and documentation of new software and enhancements of
existing applications. Designs, codes, tests, debug, and document those
programs. Provides overall operating system support, such as sophisticated file
maintenance routines, large telecommunications networks, computer accounting,
and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages. Develops and deploys
system architectures for applications, security, Backup, Archival and Restoral
(BAR), and workload management. Manages accounts and access to systems and
equipment. Manages systems resources including performance, capacity,
availability, serviceability, and recoverability. Implements security
procedures and tools. Develops and document systems administration standard
operating procedures. Resolves hardware/software interface and interoperability
problems. Maintains systems configuration. Manages the installation and
integration of systems fixes, updates, and enhancements. Updates disaster
recovery documentation. Monitors and analyze audit logs, report any
irregularities. Maintains structure of rights for accounts and groups. Performs
system back-up functions on a daily, weekly and monthly basis as required.
Implements updates on server hardware and software. Maintains and supports the
DCOE Mobile computing environment ensuring the Agency meets all DoD
requirements.


Required: Bachelor’s Degree in
a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education,
technical certifications or training, or work experience. 5+ years of directly
related Information Assurance experience. Candidate must have Security+
certification and another related professional certification.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-147
Job Title:
NetApp Storage Administrator
Rate:
$77,000
Primary Skills:
Description:
Candidate will be an experienced NetApp Storage Administrator to
support the Tier 3 team. Daily activities/responsibilities include: Manage and
ensure peak operating efficiency of NetApp Series storage devices. Manage
SnapMirror Disaster Recovery. Utilize Data ONTAP to make point-in-time copies
to maximize host and network performance. Ensure hourly, daily, weekly and
monthly backups. Manage disaster recovery sites data and backup routines. Prepare
& launch scripts to initiate backup and restore. Participates in planning
to ensure capacity efficiency. Performs data migration. Responsible for ongoing
and daily management of storage devices that support services such as
SharePoint, SQL, SDE, PyrAlert, Exchange, File/Print services. Works with
USARNORTH provided service and maintenance support for any problems that is
beyond the capability of the appointed Senior System Engineer. Monitor systems
usage and set automated alert to trigger proactive response to minimize system
downtime and keeps management informed on potential system deficiencies. Maintains
equipment and applications in accordance with equipment/ application vendor
standards. Maintain storage standard operating procedures.


 


Required:


Bachelor’s Degree in IT or related field. DoD 8570 certification
(e.g: CompTIA Security+ CE certification). 3+ years of systems administration
and/or information assurance experience. 2+ years of NetApp storage
administration experience.


 


Desired:


ITIL v3 trained and/or ITIL v3 certified. NetApp Certified
Storage Associate certification. Experience with VMWare & SNAPManager
administration. Experience with Linux/Unix administration.


 


Candidate must possess an Active Secret Security Clearance. This
is a full-time position located at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-149
Job Title:
Linux System Administrator
Rate:
65,000
Primary Skills:
Description:
Coordinates the installation and maintenance
of security patches, third party vendor software and hardware, maintenance and
support, disk space management, backups and file restoration. Maintains
availability of assigned services. Analyzes system problems and recommend
solutions. Participates in the resolution of DeCA’s Enterprise Service Desk
(DESD) issues by consulting with relevant subject matter experts. Coordinates
and performs the restoration of files and troubleshooting of problems by
interacting with information technology staff/vendors. Coordinates, documents,
reports and implements Information Assurance and security efforts. Devises or
modifies procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment
capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of desired results. Prepares
detailed specifications for programs. Assists in the design, development,
testing, implementation, and documentation of new software and enhancements of
existing applications. Designs, codes, tests, debug, and document those
programs. Provides overall operating system support, such as sophisticated file
maintenance routines, large telecommunications networks, computer accounting,
and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages. Develops and deploys
system architectures for applications, security, Backup, Archival and Restoral
(BAR), and workload management. Manages accounts and access to systems and
equipment. Manages systems resources including performance, capacity,
availability, serviceability, and recoverability. Implements security
procedures and tools. Develops and document systems administration standard
operating procedures. Resolves hardware/software interface and interoperability
problems. Maintains systems configuration. Manages the installation and
integration of systems fixes, updates, and enhancements. Updates disaster
recovery documentation. Monitors and analyze audit logs, report any
irregularities. Maintains structure of rights for accounts and groups. Performs
system back-up functions on a daily, weekly and monthly basis as required.
Maintains the functionality of Microsoft Windows and SUN Solaris / IBM AIX UNIX
servers. Implements updates on server hardware and software. Troubleshoots and
fixes hardware or software problems. Deploys IAVAs, patches, and updates and
configuration changes to Operating System, web servers, applications servers,
and approved application software, then remediates any issues with assets to
ensure the updates have been consummated in the DCOE and datacenter. Creates, implements
and maintains the Group Policy Objects settings in support of the Windows
infrastructure and all Windows components required to maintain the DCOE, to
include Windows Organizational Unit settings ensuring compliancy with STIGs and
DoD/Agency directives. Maintains and supports any and all key management
servers for software licensing keys for Windows applications operating in the
DCOE. Creates, designs, maintains, and updates the Windows Active Directory
structures and elements to ensure an efficient operation of the Windows
environment. Maintains and supports the DCOE Mobile computing environment
ensuring the Agency meets all DoD requirements. Develops Windows packaging
and scripting software for installation, including the design, creation,
testing, troubleshooting and verification of the solutions as well as silent
deployment process with zero touch/unattended installations. Works all tickets
that are assigned based on priority and age of ticket.


Required: Bachelor’s Degree in
a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education,
technical certifications or training, or work experience. 5+ years of directly
related experience supporting systems administration.
Candidate must have Security+CE
certification


Desired: Experience in
Identity Management with Single Sign-on. Ideal candidate has HP-UX experience.
No Clearance needed


This position is a night shift position (Monday - Friday 3pm
– 11pm).
 
    
 
Job ID:18-182
Job Title:
Data Administrator
Rate:
85,000 al
Primary Skills:
Description:
Monitors hardware and database availability daily. Executes performance
monitoring and tuning as required. Coordinates database
changes with system managers, developers and data architects. Develops, tests and
deploys RDBMS changes. Administering
and managing Database software within the Microsoft, HPUX, Linux, and SUN
Environments. Runs batch
applications in accordance with agency-provided operating procedures. Ensures reliable system
performance on database servers and other system facilities within its direct
control. Tests new and
updated Database systems, including performance testing. Installs software,
patches, or upgrades, modify tables or databases and assist Government
personnel in performing this function. Maintain database
configuration documentation for all databases. Insure that all database
servers are backed up and verified.  Develops, maintains and executes all IA
related task and duties in accordance with regulations to include the
development and execution of DIACAP Program to Plan of Action and Milestone
(POA&M) or Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) all IA
vulnerabilities. Works all tickets that are assigned based on priority and age of
ticket. Response and resolutions times are identified in attachment H.


Required: Bachelor’s Degree in
a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education,
technical certifications or training, or work experience. 8+ years of directly
related experience supporting database support services. Must be experienced
with database support in Oracle, Microsoft SQL, My SQL, and DB2. Must have
knowledge of database construction, maintenance, back-ups, database space
allocation, & data warehousing. Candidate must have Security+
certification.

No Security Clearance
needed. Candidate must be able to pass a background check that will result in
the issuance of a Common Access Card (CAC).
 
    
 
Job ID:18-203
Job Title:
NOC Service Team
Rate:
45-48 annually
Primary Skills:
Description:
Working as part of the NOC (Network Operation Center)
Services Team, providing 24 X 7 coverage for DeCA HQ and store locations around
the world, the candidate will be required to perform the task show below on a
daily basis as required.  This position
is shift work. Monitor Verizon circuits that connect DeCA HQ to all
Commissaries worldwide. Troubleshoot all circuit problems and report to
carriers. Troubleshoot client network connectivity issues within a Commissary
Local Area Network (LAN). Troubleshoot all wired/wireless LAN equipment issues
for all Commissary LAN’s. Communicate with all Commissaries for
troubleshooting/updating/following up trouble tickets. Work and investigate
with other groups for DeCA Wide Area Network (WAN) & Commissary LAN issues.
Communicate with other third parties for the prompt resolution. Create Daily
Report that includes. Open Netcom tickets. Priority 1 and 2 tickets currently
open. All Remedy tickets closed within the past 24 hours. Personnel leave and
Travel. Tech refresh schedule. Guard and Reserve sales schedule. Monitor DeCA
WAN and LAN for all commissaries worldwide via the NetCool program. Acknowledge
all NetCool alerts ranging from routine to mission critical. Investigate
network outages and other NetCool alerts and troubleshoot the problems.


Contact all circuit carriers
when circuit outages are confirmed. Maintain constant contact with all circuit
carries for any updates on tickets we submit until the problem is resolved. Monitor
circuits for 48 hours after they are restored to ensure circuit stability. Take
calls and create tickets for any network connectivity issues or requests. Assign
tickets to other groups when necessary. Report to upper levels when a critical
issue arises to ensure they are aware of the situation. Work closely with the
on-call technician during after-normal-business-hours critical issues. Configure
switch ports upon request. Update and follow up with users on daily basis until
the problem is resolved. Document troubleshooting methods and procedures in
detail in the ticket work log.


 


Required: Candidate must have a 2-year degree or
higher, as well as 1-2 years of experience. Candidate must have a Security+
certification, as well as a Cisco
Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.


 



Candidate must be Clearable
and able to obtain a DoD Common Access Card which will require the successful
completion of a NACI investigation. This is a full-time position located in Fort
Lee, VA.
 
    
 
Job ID:18-226
Job Title:
Recruiter/Office Administrator
Rate:
$18 - 20 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
Bachelor’s Degree in
Business/Human Resources and 4-6 years of experience. Strong communication,
interpersonal, and organizational skills. Ability to work under minimal
supervision on multiple competing tasks. Proficiency in Microsoft Suites (Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, etc). Ability to work in a team environment.




Responsibilities
include: partnering with hiring managers to determine staffing needs, screening
and reformatting resumes, performing in-person and phone interviews with
candidates, performing reference and background checks, coordinating interviews
with the hiring managers, following up on the interview process status,
communicating employer information and benefits during screening process,
staying current on the company’s organization structure, personnel policy, and
federal and state laws regarding employment practices, and serving as a liaison
with employment agencies, colleges, and industry associations.






Responsibilities
include: partnering with hiring managers to determine staffing needs, screening
and reformatting resumes, performing in-person and phone interviews with
candidates, performing reference and background checks, coordinating interviews
with the hiring managers, following up on the interview process status,
communicating employer information and benefits during screening process,
staying current on the company’s organization structure, personnel policy, and
federal and state laws regarding employment practices, and serving as a liaison
with employment agencies, colleges, and industry associations.




Candidate will also perform
administrative duties for executive management.
 
    
 
Job ID:792585
Job Title:
Cabin Stress Engineer
Rate:
60-75 per hour
Primary Skills:
Description:
Plan,
organize and prioritize work contents based on project deliverables.


Perform
detailed stress analysis of aircraft cabin or cargo components, by classical
hand analysis as well as Finite Element methods, to support the structural
design efforts of new and modified components from the conceptual phase to
development and certification.


Generate
stress substantiation reports.


Develop or
review structural qualification plans in accordance with company standards and
regulatory requirements.


Review and
approve vendor drawings, stress reports, and test reports when delegated.


Coordinate
with design engineers, team lead, suppliers and technical management personnel
to assure that the design meets or exceeds the project deliverables and
complies with the regulatory requirements.


Coordinate
stress activities with internal clients as well as Suppliers


Participate
in regularly scheduled design reviews and is responsible to present stress
findings and challenge design solutions.


Develop
research plans and participate in industry committees at company's request.
Maintains a current knowledge of developments in the field of Structural
Mechanics in order to recommend innovations to improve the quality,
performance, cost of the company product.


Compile and
generate progress reports to convey deliverable objectives.


Provide
guidance to junior level stress engineers with regards to analysis methods,
process or tools.


Demonstrate
a strong work ethic and sense of urgency for completing work assignments.


Experience / Skills / Training:


Position
requires in-depth knowledge of Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials.


Good
leadership and communication skills.


Minimum of 5 years in cabin or cargo
compartment stress analysis.


Experience
in static (FE and free-body), fatigue and transient analysis, Nastran, Patran,
MathCad.


Familiar
with FAA/EASA Aircraft regulatory requirements.


Able to
utilize Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Project PC tools


Education /
Special Qualifications: Bachelor's
Degree (B.S) in Mechanical, Aerospace, or Civil Engineering
 
    
 
Job ID:806916
Job Title:
Asso. Buyer
Rate:
12.00-16.00 hourly
Primary Skills:
Description:
Primary Responsibilities:

Purchase Order Issuance, Follow-up and Closure
Will prepare PO's for spare parts ordering directly from the OEs.
Monitor and track Lead Times from the OEM.
Review Custom and ITAR regulations for shipments outside of the U.S.
Ability to communicate and track transportation couriers online (DHL, UPS, FEDEX and airlines) for delivery of parts to and from warehouse.
Advise warehouse shipping/receiving personnel on inbound/outbound shipping details.
Track invoice flow through the organization.
Must strictly comply with corporate policy on business ethics.
May assist Head of Procurement with matters relative to spare parts, warehouse and inventory matters.
Remain in contact with U.S. OEM's.


Additional Responsibilities:  

May coordinate with vendors and customers.
Attend and support internal meetings.
May support logistics area (warehouse, custom regulation) as needed.


Qualified Experience / Skills / Training: Education:

High School diploma or equivalent


Experience:

Minimum 1 year experience in office administration, purchasing, etc.


Knowledge, Skills, Demonstrated Capabilities:

Ability to learn and interpret P/O's.
Knowledge of standard shipping and receiving practice.
Knowledge of online shipment tracking is preferred.
Ability to read and understand Customs and ITAR regulations a plus


Technical Systems Proficiency:

Experience in MS Office suite a must (MSWord, Excel, Outlook)
Knowledge of computer search engines a must
Experience in an ERP system is a plus (for example SAP)
Authorized to Work in the US
 
    
 
Job ID:829425
Job Title:
Mechanical Specialist - Parts Qualification
Rate:
45-55 hourly
Primary Skills:
previous experience in aircraft certification or parts qualification experience.
Description:
The
Mechanical Engineering - Standard Parts Qualification Specialist position is
responsible to perform analysis of qualification data and provide engineering
support for the creation and updates and technical qualification to aircraft
standard part specifications.


•Experienced
with DO-160 and EASA or FAA regulatory qualification processes related to Part
21 and Part 25 requirements.


•Possess
excellent knowledge of aircraft materials, manufacturing process, environmental
qualification and design application.


•Familiar
with aircraft standard parts (fasteners, seals, inserts, etc.), associated
industry qualification standards and test methodology, requirements and
processes.


•A minimum
of 5 years' experience in aircraft certification or parts qualification,
mechanical systems experience preferred.


•Experience
in aircraft certification and qualification of standard parts (or TSO parts),
certification testing, flammability testing or stress tests is preferred.


•Job requires
good written and oral communication skills, and applicant should be skilled at
the coordination of engineering projects among multiple departments in a
multi-national company.


•Bachelor's
degree in Mechanical Engineering or other appropriate engineering discipline
with relevant experience
 
    
 
Job ID:829429
Job Title:
Flammability Engineer
Rate:
38-55 hourly
Primary Skills:
5 years of aircraft certification experience and 3 years flammability certification experience
Description:
The
Flammability Engineer will support Airbus cabin and cargo engineering team in
the review and approval of interior engineering flammability data in support of
major and minor changes to aircraft type design.


Clear and in-depth knowledge of FAA, European
and other Foreign National Authority aircraft certification regulations
pertaining to Part 23 or 25 cabin interior and flammability requirements. 
A good understanding of the Part 23 or 25
certification process (TC & STC), regulations, orders, notices and
policies.
Minimum of 5 years in aircraft certification or
3 years in flammability certification, cabin experience preferred. 
Ability to write reports and technical
Strong liaison with other departments both internally
and internationally.










BS
Engineering Degree strongly preferred